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A Tangled Web

Julia has to deal with a family crisis when Sally arrives out of the blue. Heston struggles to deal with the PCT meeting, and Elaine indulges in some Christmas spirit.


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Ooh, that looks...

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lovely, sweetheart.

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Very nice.

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Nardee? Milk?

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Oh, sorry, darling.

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SHE SIGHS

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Come on, Patrick.

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Daddy won't be long, now, sweetheart.

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That's what Mummy always says.

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PHONE RINGS

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-Where are you?

-Me?!

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-Heston!

-I'm at the conference... Thank you.

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..sitting next to the place with your name on it. Where are you?

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-It's a long story.

-Well, if you hurry...

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Look, Patrick isn't back. I can't leave Chloe on her own, OK?

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But I need you here.

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I'll get there when I can.

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Everything we need is on your laptop.

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-It'll be fine.

-No, it won't be fine.

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SHE SIGHS Just hold the fort till I get there, OK?

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Without your PowerPoint presentation I'll look an idiot.

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Hello? J-Julia? Are you...?

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DOORBELL RINGS

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-What time do you call...?

-Julia?

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Sally! Hi, come on in.

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-I thought you had a meeting.

-I did. Well, I do.

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-So, why are you still here?

-Well, I...

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-Mummy, Mummy, Mummy!

-Hello.

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We made angels.

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They're beautiful.

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That's you and that's Daddy.

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So Daddy's an angel, is he?

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We also made a snowflake. It's hanging on the tree, come and see.

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Wow.

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'Please leave your message after the tone.'

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Patrick, where are you and why are you not answering my messages?

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When you get this, you need to call me straight away, do you understand?

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And get back here as soon as you can, before this gets any worse.

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Hey! What...?

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Hey, just a minute. You can't do that.

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Ju... You can't dump that here!

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-Where's Patrick?

-What?

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My husband? Your son?

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Er...oh, he had to pop out. He said he'd be right back.

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Oh, right.

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Oh, sweetie, I think you've missed a little bit on that one.

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-It's supposed to be like that.

-Where did he go?

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-Ah, he said he had to see someone.

-Who?

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-He didn't say.

-Oh, that's odd.

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Right, shall we put these on the tree, then?

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They're not ready.

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-Oh.

-How did his interview go?

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-Uh...OK, I think.

-Didn't he say?

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Well, shall we put Mummy and Daddy on the tree?

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Not yet.

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-Look, if you want to get going...

-What?

-To your meeting.

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-Oh, no, that doesn't matter.

-Oh, I thought you said it was incredibly important.

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Well, you know what? Heston can handle it.

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It gives me a bit more time to spend with you and Chloe.

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What happened to the hard-nosed career woman we know and love?

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I wouldn't say I was exactly hard-nosed...

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I'm teasing. I'll put the kettle on.

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-They're ready now.

-Oh, OK.

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Thank you. And these?

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Oh, I hate it when people dump rubbish like that.

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Yeah, so do I.

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-Mind you, you can see why he wanted to get rid of it.

-It's not that bad.

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It's worse.

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Poor thing.

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You make it sound like an orphan.

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Well, it is, sort of.

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No, it's not. It's a tree, or it was. Once.

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-I don't know how we'll get that in the wheelie bin.

-What?

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Don't the council have shredder things?

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-We can't throw it out.

-Why not?

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Because then we're no better than that idiot in the car park.

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-Besides, we can do something with it.

-Like what?

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Well, we could, er, cover up the dead bits with tinsel, decorations.

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-You're not serious.

-You want to put that up here?

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With a little TLC and some imagination it'll look lovely.

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I think that it's going to need a little bit more than TLC.

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Oh, come on, it'll be fun. Besides, we waste far too much at Christmas.

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Think of it as recycling. Doing our bit for the environment.

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Can't we just make a donation?

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This little tree will be our gift to mother nature,

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sort of a green Christmas.

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CHRISTMAS CAROL PLAYS

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This is a bit odd. When you said he'd be right back,

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was that "right back" as in five minutes, half an hour?

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Um, I don't know.

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-Was he all right when he left?

-Yeah, yeah.

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He wasn't worried, or anxious or anything?

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Uh, no... Oh, careful, sweetie. That's it.

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When did he leave?

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Oh, I don't know.

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-What do you mean, you don't know?

-Well, um...he left earlier on,

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and I didn't really look at the clock.

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When are we going to see my new school?

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Maybe never, at this rate.

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Oh, well, when Daddy gets back.

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IF he gets back.

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-Are you angry with Daddy?

-No, of course she's not angry with Daddy.

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I will be if he's much longer.

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Nardee was angry with him last night.

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-No, no, I wasn't. Not really.

-Really? Why?

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No, it was nothing.

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Hey, listen. I've got some more decorations upstairs.

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Shall we go and see what we can find? Come on.

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You WERE angry with Daddy.

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Er, no. Not really, sweetheart.

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Just a bit of a misunderstanding, really,

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but it's probably better if we don't tell Mummy.

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Why?

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Well, because I don't want her to be worried

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and maybe she wouldn't understand,

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so we'll have a little secret between you and I, OK?

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Right, come on, then. Let's look at these.

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When is Daddy coming back?

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I don't know, darling. You sort through those.

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Julia, you can't leave me here on my own.

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I've had two hours of Primary Health Regulators,

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Clinical Commissioning Groups and Health and Wellbeing Boards.

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All right, Heston, calm down.

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Don't tell... I am up next

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and I am going to make a complete hash of it.

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Heston, everything that you need is in the file, OK?

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I don't understand your spreadsheets, this is your thing.

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I need you and I need your PowerPoint presentation.

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-Why didn't you do one of your own?

-What?

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Heston, I'm in the middle of a family crisis here, OK?

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-THIS is a crisis.

-Yeah, well, handle it.

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I will not be held responsible... Ju...?

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Family crisis?

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Oh, er, sorry?

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You just said you were in the middle of a family crisis.

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Oh, no, I had to tell Heston something.

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-You're not worried about Patrick, are you?

-No.

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-So why were you angry with him last night?

-Oh, it was nothing.

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Well, it must have been something if Chloe noticed.

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Come on, what has he done now?

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OK, um, well...

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OK, to be honest with you, he had had quite a few drinks

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and he should not have driven home.

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Right. Well, that explains why he hasn't turned on his phone.

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-Hung-over and useless.

-He wasn't that drunk.

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I don't know why he has a mobile. He never answers it.

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-He's probably got a good reason.

-You don't think he's had another accident, do you?

-Oh, no, no.

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You ARE worried. What happened last night?

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Nothing happened.

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Did he say something to upset you?

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-No.

-Are you sure?

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Yes, it's probably just Chloe's imagination.

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You know what she can be like.

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Well, he has been a bit odd lately.

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Maybe he's having a midlife crisis.

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I think he's a bit young for that.

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Well, perhaps he's having one now

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so he can squeeze a second one in later on.

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You remember when I came up to do my course

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and you said that I should be careful

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of Patrick's "delicate male ego"?

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-Did I?

-Yeah. Why did you say that?

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Did Patrick say something to you? About me?

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No. No, no, of course not, no.

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I just think it can be a bit tricky handling men.

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Is that it, then? Is that the family crisis?

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Patrick's delicate ego?

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No. No, no.

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Um...no, I just...

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I had to say something to Heston, didn't I?

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And that was just the first thing that came into my head.

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You're not much of a liar, are you?

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If we're going to get a tree,

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we could at least get something that resembles a tree.

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What was she thinking?

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Give her a week. She'll get bored.

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Christmas is supposed to be a time of good cheer.

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Mr Blake?

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Ooh, she heard that, didn't she?

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-It was hideous.

-It can't have been that bad.

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It was. All Julia's fault. All she had to do was turn up.

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-Well, if she had a family crisis...

-What about my crisis?

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She had the presentation, all I have is a scattering of notes.

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Yeah, but sometimes, with kids, things just turn up out of the blue.

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With all this PCT stuff, it was a perfect opportunity

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for the Mill to put itself forward and she's let everybody down.

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Not just me.

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-I'm sure she knew that.

-Hah.

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Look, who else could she turn to? Daniel? Zara?

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I know.

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You are the only person that could handle it, Heston.

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Still.

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-I'm sure it was fine.

-It wasn't.

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-Anyway, it's done now.

-It's not.

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I have to go back this afternoon and interface with these focus groups.

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Um, how about this evening I make you a really special supper, eh?

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No, I have to be up late making sense of all this rubbish

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they've put in front of me.

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-Oh.

-Sorry.

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Oh, well. Be the holidays, soon.

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We can get down to the serious business of spoiling me.

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I don't get Julia. Her children are all grown up.

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How much trouble can they be?

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Hmm. Plenty. Believe me.

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The whole day's shot now.

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Now, that is such a pretty dress. We don't want to get it dirty, do we?

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There we go.

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Oh, Chloe, no.

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It's just a dress, Julia. It doesn't matter.

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-Oh, he's so selfish.

-Please, can I have some ketchup?

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How can he just disappear for the whole day?

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I'm sorry, darling, I don't think I've got any.

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He must have said something about where he was going, Julia.

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He just said he'd be back first thing.

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I can't eat them without ketchup.

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-First thing?

-What?

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That's not what you said before.

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You said he'd just stepped out and that he'd be right back.

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Now you're saying he said he'd be back first thing.

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Well, yeah, I meant...in a minute.

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Did Patrick come back last night?

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Yes, of course he did. Where else would he go?

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He doesn't know anyone in Letherbridge.

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Was Daddy here last night?

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He came in really late, she was fast asleep.

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Are you sure Daddy wasn't here?

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How do you know?

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I woke up and I went into his room and he wasn't there.

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So, he didn't come back?

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-He didn't come back at all?

-No.

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Then why did you say he did?

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-Was that part of the secret?

-What secret?

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-Nothing. No. No, sweetie.

-Well, where was he then, last night?

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With a friend.

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-A friend?

-Yeah.

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Well, he doesn't have any friends in Letherbridge.

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Male friend or female friend?

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Elaine. I'm ever so sorry about earlier.

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-We really didn't mean it.

-No?

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No. And you're right - recycling's good, it's the way to go.

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-You and Cherry think it's a mistake.

-We don't, really.

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Sure?

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Yeah. I mean, it... Er, when it's done up it'll be nice.

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It will be nice.

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-I mean it'll never be beautiful, but...

-Fiver.

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From the second-hand shop. Decorations, tinsel,

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lights, all for a fiver.

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So, we're saving money and saving the planet.

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Right.

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So, I'll leave them with you and Cherry, then.

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Sally. What are you doing here?

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That's a nice surprise isn't it, munchkin?

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-Well, I have had the strangest 24 hours ever.

-Really?

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Yeah. Look, I went to the pub yesterday after the interview.

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I was convinced I'd blown it. I was going to have one drink.

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I met this guy, told him what happened.

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He started buying me drinks, all night. It was crazy.

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Anyway, I ended up staying the night on his sofa.

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Hmm. Patrick...

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And then, this morning,

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I wake up with the hangover from hell.

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I've got a message from the head.

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So, your phone IS working.

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Huh? Yeah, yeah.

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Well, guess what? He wants to see me again.

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This morning, would you believe it?

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So there I am with this awful, awful hangover

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trying to get myself prepared, you know, look right.

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Look, Mum, I'm really, really sorry I didn't make it yesterday, I was...

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I just lost track of time

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and I didn't really know where I was, you know?

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-So why didn't ask your friend?

-Huh?

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Oh, God. Well, he was...out of it, you know?

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-It was a bit of a night.

-I'll bet it was.

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I think we should talk about this later.

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No, no, no. Cos it was fine,

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cos I managed to find my way there, you know. I got there just in time.

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Didn't look my best, admittedly, but...

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it didn't seem to matter.

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Really, really good interview.

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So, this little friend of yours. Did he go along too?

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What?

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I think we should take this in the other room.

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To hold your hand?

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No, of course not.

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So, this friend of yours. Just a good-time friend?

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Or a bit more serious than that?

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When are we going to see my new school?

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I don't think we'll need to look at your new school, now.

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No, we'll go in a minute, darling.

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Sweetie, come here.

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Why don't we see if we can find some decorations upstairs?

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Come on, then.

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I can't believe that we're actually doing this.

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What sort of a person buys rubbish like this?

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-Was she really upset?

-Yeah.

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Maybe Julia'll ask us to take it down.

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D'you think that it needs more tinsel?

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I think it needs more tree.

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Oh, it looks wonderful.

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-Yes, doesn't it?

-See?

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Mmm!

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-DOWNSTAIRS:

-I trusted you!

-You've never trusted me with anything.

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I trusted you with our marriage. I trusted you not to cheat on me.

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You treat me like dirt. You always have.

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-How?! How do I treat you like dirt?

-You think I'm useless.

-You are.

-See?

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When are they going to stop fighting?

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They're not... Sweetheart, I don't think they're really fighting,

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it's just that sometimes grown-ups say things they don't really mean.

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They fight a lot.

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-Do they?

-Are they fighting because of me?

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Oh, no, sweetheart, course they're not.

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They both love you very much and so do I.

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Are they fighting because of my new school?

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No.

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Why don't you help me untangle these, hmm?

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Doesn't Mummy want to live here?

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I'm sure she does.

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I want to live here, near you, Nardee.

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I know you do, sweetheart, and I want you to live here near me.

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Come on, then. Let's get these done, shall we?

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SHE SIGHS

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It'll look better with the lights on.

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There.

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Oh.

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ELECTRICAL CRACKLE

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-That wasn't supposed to happen.

-That, that doesn't look good.

-Uh...

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-SMOKE ALARM BEEPS Should we unplug it?

-I don't think we should touch it.

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THEY SCREAM

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-Get the fire extinguisher!

-Where is it?

-The one with the black label.

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-What?

-For electrical fires.

-Get the green.

-Karen!

-Check the label.

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-Karen!

-Green!

-Where are they?!

-The staff room, it's in the staff room!

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Oh-ho-ho-ho! Oh-ho!

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-Why didn't you tell me she was here?

-I tried.

-Really?

-Yes.

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-You weren't answering your phone.

-You can't send a message? Or text?

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I did. I told you to get back as soon as you could.

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You never said that she was here.

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But... Well, so?

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-Maybe you didn't want to.

-What?

0:19:300:19:33

Never mind. It doesn't matter anyway, now.

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-Where are you going?

-Why?

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Have you got any idea what this is doing to your daughter, Patrick?

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That little girl is up there, crying her eyes out.

0:19:430:19:46

-Well, she'd better get used to it.

-What do you mean?

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Sally's leaving me.

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Ooh!

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Well, look at it this way,

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you brought it in dead, and now we've given it a decent cremation.

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It seemed like such a good idea.

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-It did in theory, yes.

-Not so much in practice.

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Well, I don't know, it might have worked.

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-Don't encourage her.

-I'm really sorry.

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She might have another cause up her sleeve.

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Like what? A home for battered elves?

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They do say Santa has a terrible temper.

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Someone has to look after the little people.

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Why don't we just stick to treating patients?

0:20:250:20:28

-It's not as exciting, though, is it?

-Yeah, but it's a lot safer.

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I suppose.

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Do we have to tell Julia about this?

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Well, not much damage has been done, has it?

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How much is it worth to you?

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Is she all right? Sally?

0:20:440:20:46

Is Chloe all right?

0:20:460:20:48

How long have you known that Patrick was having an affair?

0:20:520:20:55

I don't think it's an affair, as such, I think it's...

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How long?

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-A few days.

-A few days?

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Yeah, I know, I should've told you, I'm sorry. I don't know why I didn't.

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Because he's your son?

0:21:050:21:07

Look, no-one understands more than I do

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that, right now, you are very angry.

0:21:090:21:11

-Angry?!

-Well, you're both angry and now is not...

0:21:110:21:13

We're both angry?! What's he got to be angry about?

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Just don't make any decisions while you feel like this.

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Did he tell you it was all my fault? Because I didn't "believe" in him?

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OK, he's been a fool, Sally, yes. I know that

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-and so does he, deep down.

-Really(?)

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Please, just give him a chance to come to his senses, and then you can work this...

0:21:280:21:32

Why should I give him a chance?

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Give me one good reason why I should give him another chance after what he's done.

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Because you owe it to Chloe.

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WHITE NOISE

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Stupid thing.

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Oh, no.

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SHE SIGHS

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I don't want to "config set up",

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I want to turn this stupid television on.

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CLASSICAL MUSIC PLAYS

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RAP MUSIC PLAYS

0:22:290:22:32

Well, it seems you're just like your father after all. No stamina.

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First sign of trouble you just run away.

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I won't let you do this, Patrick, you're going to make this work.

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Why?

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Because I am not going to let the same thing happen to Chloe

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that you kids went through.

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Maybe you should have thought of that before.

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Keep your voice down.

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If you'd kept quiet, Mum, none of this would have happened.

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She only found out cos you wanted her to.

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Hey, I covered for you, Patrick. I lied for you!

0:23:030:23:07

You wanted to tell her all along.

0:23:070:23:10

-You're only using me to get back at Dad.

-That's a terrible thing to say.

0:23:100:23:14

Is that all you care about? That I found out?

0:23:160:23:18

You think everything would have been all right if I hadn't?

0:23:180:23:22

You've got a text.

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"Last night was amazing,"

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all capitals, seven exclamation marks.

0:23:270:23:30

"Can't wait to do it again," five kisses. What is she, 12?

0:23:300:23:34

RAP MUSIC PLAYS

0:23:370:23:40

What're you doing?

0:23:400:23:42

Looking for the stupid instructions.

0:23:420:23:46

-MUSIC STOPS How did you do that?

-Which instructions?

0:23:460:23:49

Instructions for the stupid television.

0:23:490:23:51

-The instructions are on the system.

-Fat lot of good that is if you can't turn it on.

0:23:510:23:56

Well, it's very expensive and sophisticated.

0:23:560:23:59

Yeah, and so complicated that you can't even turn the stupid thing on.

0:23:590:24:03

-Calm down.

-Don't tell me to calm down.

0:24:030:24:06

I have just spent the last hour trying to get that thing to work.

0:24:060:24:09

I've even missed my television programme, now.

0:24:090:24:11

It's not complicated at all.

0:24:110:24:13

-I tried that and it didn't work.

-You must have done the wrong thing.

0:24:130:24:17

-Give it to me.

-You don't need this, it's on now.

0:24:170:24:19

-It's fine.

-Why do you need all these stupid things anyway? Oh!

0:24:190:24:22

-Ooh.

-Are you all right?

0:24:240:24:26

Apart from the woman who's trying to kill me.

0:24:260:24:30

I'm so sorry.

0:24:300:24:32

I just got frustrated.

0:24:330:24:36

Yeah, so did I, the first time.

0:24:360:24:40

They nearly drove me mad.

0:24:400:24:41

At least she makes me feel like I matter.

0:24:490:24:51

-Like I'm worth something.

-And obviously I'm not,

0:24:510:24:53

if this is the way you treat me.

0:24:530:24:55

-Ssh. You'll wake Chloe.

-Don't tell me what to do.

0:24:550:24:58

Is there anybody you care about? Apart from yourself?

0:24:580:25:00

See, why did you tell her? You know what she's like.

0:25:000:25:03

-What I'm like?! What about you?

-Please...

0:25:030:25:07

And she didn't tell me. She lied to me, just like you.

0:25:070:25:10

-Because I didn't want to make things any worse.

-Well, you have.

0:25:100:25:13

-You haven't known for a few days. You've known for weeks.

-What?

0:25:130:25:16

Did you honestly think I wasn't going to find out?

0:25:160:25:19

You've known about this since his accident. He told me.

0:25:190:25:22

-You lied to me and you lied to Chloe.

-No, I did not.

0:25:220:25:26

You babysat for him so he could go and sleep with her.

0:25:260:25:29

I didn't know that he was going to do that.

0:25:290:25:31

Or did you let them do it here? You're incredible. Both of you.

0:25:310:25:36

-Has Chloe met her?

-No. Of course not.

0:25:360:25:39

I don't believe you.

0:25:390:25:41

-And you're just as bad as he is.

-Sally...

0:25:410:25:43

You stupid man.

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CLASSICAL MUSIC PLAYS

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VOLUME INCREASES

0:26:080:26:10

-Sally, please. Don't do this. Don't.

-Get out of my way.

0:26:150:26:19

It took me ages to get her to sleep.

0:26:190:26:21

Well, I hope you enjoyed it

0:26:210:26:23

because it's the last time you'll ever do it.

0:26:230:26:25

And if you think you will ever see my daughter again,

0:26:280:26:31

you are very much mistaken.

0:26:310:26:33

JULIA SOBS

0:26:370:26:39

-It was an effort to get up this morning.

-You're not kidding, mate.

0:26:470:26:51

If Oliver phones again, do you mind saying I'm out?

0:26:510:26:53

Don't dump your one-night stands on me. Obviously not what she hoped for.

0:26:530:26:57

I didn't sleep with her, you silly cow.

0:26:570:26:59

She fell over and I was helping her out.

0:26:590:27:01

It's not for me to tell my daughter-in-law

0:27:010:27:03

what my stupid, unfaithful son was up to.

0:27:030:27:07

It was for Patrick to come clean.

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Julia has to deal with a family crisis when Sally arrives out of the blue. Heston struggles to deal with the PCT meeting alone, while Elaine indulges in some Christmas spirit when she decides to rescue a Christmas tree.


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