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Medical drama. When Jack discovers that a mate had a one-night stand with a drunken first-year, he wonders whether she was capable of consent.


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HE LAUGHS

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Do we even know where she lives?

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Trust me, mate, there's loads of first years up here.

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Do you recognise anything, love?

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-Woah.

-Woah. Woah.

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It was her!

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We don't know who she is. We found her in the union.

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Don't worry, we'll sort it.

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-We will!

-You better!

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We? You're on your own, mate!

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OK, well, make sure she gets home, and I'll see you tomorrow.

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Yeah, mate. Have fun!

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I'll get a mop.

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What?

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'Miss Hollins.'

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Mrs Hollins. The temp hasn't shown up. Do you want me to cover?

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Aww, what? Oh, that flaming agency, they're bloomin' useless.

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Do you want me to cover?

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You shouldn't, you're just there to input that software.

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I mean cover until you get someone else in?

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Oh, right, yes. Oh, good. Thank you.

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And thought for the day, Miss Hollins -

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be friendly and positive and people will be friendly and positive back.

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-Lovely morning, Dr Cassidy.

-Is it?

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-Morning, Julia.

-Karen.

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-It's not working this end, Mum.

-Oh, ditto.

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Hey, do you fancy a DVD and a takeaway tonight?

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Ooh, yeah.

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I'll phone his nibs.

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Bye.

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-Oh!

-It was an effort to get up this morning.

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You're not kidding, mate.

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I'll just grab my phone and my bag.

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What? I couldn't find her room!

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-It was either let her kip at mine or knock every door.

-So?

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So I slept in the telly room - my back is killing me!

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Hey! You let a complete stranger have your bed?

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I can be a gentleman when I want to!

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Beer's finally frazzled your brain, mate.

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One new message.

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Elaine, it's Oliver.

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Just checking everything's OK with you, in the light of our conver...

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While you two bawl your eyes out at some lame rom-com? No chance!

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True, but someone will sub me.

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Look, I've gotta go.

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Are you all right?

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I'm late for a tutorial.

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But I don't know where I am.

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-Which block are you looking for?

-Social work.

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It's up that way and past the sports hall.

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I don't know this side of campus.

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Are you sure you're all right?

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Do I know you?

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Come on.

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I went to the union bar.

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I don't know what happened.

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I've got a tutorial with Doctor Page, do you know her?

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That's pretty nasty. You should really get it seen to.

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Were you there last night?

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Why don't I take you to the campus surgery?

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Yeah?

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Oh, good Lord!

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End of term, they're all partying.

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Louise Feeney?

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Thank you.

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Oh, post-traumatic shock, is it?

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Well, she's got my sympathy.

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That looks nasty.

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What's your name?

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She's a bit upset.

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-It's Della.

-Della what?

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Right. Later.

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-Eh, where are you going?

-Things to do. Make sure she gets seen.

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Bet you'll be back for the free takeaway, though.

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Fast food with the dullest, most predictable family in the world,

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versus some drinks with my mates...

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Sorry about that. What's your surname?

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Oh, hang on a minute. Not here!

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Oh.

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Well, well. Jack Hollins.

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Hey.

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Hey.

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-I saw that girl earlier.

-Who?

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The one who's probably decorated your walls with vomit!

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Anyway, she's acting a bit weird.

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Hungover, you mean? Gosh, she was wasted.

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Yeah, hungover, but kind of upset.

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Oh, no, not another needy type!

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-Wish I hadn't helped her now.

-What?

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Must have fallen out her pocket.

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So, hand them in.

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I can't, I've got med school in five.

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Unless anyone else wants them?

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All right, give them here, I've got a lecture up by her block.

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Hey, look, Jack wants a go, lads!

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Ah, joke!

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Anyway, if you do see her, mate, just check she's all right, yeah?

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She'll be more embarrassed than anything.

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Oh, come on. I'll buy you a pint.

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Just the one?

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Fine, two.

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-Deal.

-That's it.

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-I'll see you later, mate.

-See you.

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OK. Yeah, I'll do that.

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OK. Bye.

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Oh, Elaine, that was Oliver someone. Oliver Clarke?

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He called earlier too, but I didn't get a chance to tell you. I'm sorry.

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No rest for the wicked.

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Suppose not.

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

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I haven't got time to speak to him and I'm due at the Mill now.

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No problem.

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PHONE RINGS

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Hello.

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It's me. Is that girl still there?

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Della? No. She disappeared as soon as you left.

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-Immie! I told you to get her seen.

-Er, don't blame me!

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She took a look at the morning-after pill leaflet and then went.

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-The what?

-You heard me.

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So don't dump your one-night stands on me! Obviously, it wasn't the experience she'd hoped for.

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-I didn't sleep with her, you silly cow, she fell over, and I helped her!

-Oh, really?

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So, why the sudden interest in that leaflet?

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Imogen, grow up. Not everything's about sex, you know.

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Excuse me, where would I leave something for one of your students?

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It's Della someone?

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You dropped your keys.

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Thank you.

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Um, are you a student here?

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Yeah, Jack Hollins. Third year law.

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And you were with Della last night?

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Well, I saw her.

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Er, OK. So you were at the union bar?

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Yeah.

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-I've got a lecture to go to.

-Can you hang on a minute?

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SHE WHISPERS INAUDIBLY

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Della!

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Do you know anything about this?

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Sorry, I'd better go.

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People think of depression and anxiety

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being major mental health issues, but no-one thinks about anger, you know?

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And where do we refer people with anger problems?

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What do you think, Julia? We were talking about the Mill offering anger management for patients.

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No, you were.

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Erm, Karen do you know where that file is? Cos it's urgent now.

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It's on reception. You asked me to mark in patient figures.

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Oh, yeah, of course I did.

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It'd be a valuable service for people with anger problems,

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and there are loads of them.

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CAR ALARM WAILS What the...?! Silly cow!

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Ooh, anger management!

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I'm really sorry, Kevin.

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Were you on your phone or something?

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I mean, were you even LOOKING?

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-I wasn't on my phone, I just didn't see how close I was. I'm sorry.

-How could you not see my car?

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-It's unmissable!

-Look, erm...

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It's only a scratch.

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-Only a scratch? Do you know how much this will cost?

-Not really.

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Oh, this is great!

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I'm going to have to get the insurance involved. Have you got your details?

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You were looking for this?

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-Oh, thanks.

-It was where I said.

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Good.

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Oh, poor Elaine.

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Sorry?

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Kevin's going mad at her.

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Are you all right?

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Yeah, I'm just busy and I've got to do this.

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Who's going mad?

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Never mind.

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Hey, erm, the sandwich shop is doing a festive special.

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Shall we give it a whirl?

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Ah, thanks a lot, Karen. I can't. I've got to finish this. But thank you for doing these.

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No probs.

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Liam.

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Can I have a word, mate?

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What happened last night?

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Eh? What you on about?

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That girl, Della, she's freaking out.

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Needy type, I told you. Don't worry about it.

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What's this?

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Who's that?

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What was I supposed to do, mate? I couldn't fight her off.

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Mate, she was paralytic.

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Yeah, but she soon sobered up.

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And anyway, mate,

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I used a condom, so no harm done.

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What did you say?

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Oh, don't disappoint me, Jack. I'm not going to marry her!

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Anyway, Dave wants her.

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All right?

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What do you want?

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Is your knee OK? My sister said you didn't stick around at the surgery.

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Yeah, I haven't got time.

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-So you're OK, then?

-Am I OK?

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Oh, I'm fine, I'm great.

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I'm perfect. Thanks for asking.

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Can I sit down?

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I wondered what you remembered about last night.

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Why the HELL do you care?

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I've got no chance with this essay.

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What do I remember? Not much.

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Enough.

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So you sobered up, then?

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Oh, I wish I had. I really wish I had.

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You know what?

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Where I come from, people are nice.

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You can trust them.

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Not everyone's the same!

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I've learnt that, 'aven't I?

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Have you had your lunch?

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What? Er, no.

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I thought not.

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If Mohammed won't go to the mountain...

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Karen!

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I knew I weren't ready.

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To leave home?

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To live on my own. To write stupid essays.

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I were terrified my dad wouldn't cope without me.

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Guess what? He's not the problem.

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You get used to it.

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I know. I know it's my own stupid fault.

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I wouldn't say that.

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What the hell did I expect?

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Look, maybe you shouldn't have got so drunk, but you can't blame yourself.

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Yeah, forget it.

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Move on.

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Well, it's not that easy.

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I'm not telling you to forget it.

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You should definitely talk to someone.

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-Your tutor, maybe?

-When?

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I've got 3,000 words to write by Friday

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and I haven't finished the first sentence!

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But why should I fail the module, cos of this...thing?

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You might be able to get an extension.

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I hadn't thought of that.

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Talk to your tutor. Tell her what happened.

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Yeah, I could say I'm ill.

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It's best to tell the truth.

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Yeah, I'll, I'll tell her I've got a sick bug.

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Thanks.

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Look, you should probably know that there's a video.

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What?

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There's a video of last night.

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Della, you should really talk to someone.

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SHE RUNS OFF >

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I can't blame anybody but myself.

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You were trying to do the best for your son.

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Protect him, that's what mothers do. I can't stop myself!

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I wasn't protecting him, was I?

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I was covering up for him, making excuses for him,

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helping him to hide his sordid little secret!

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And now he hates me as well!

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Yeah, but it wasn't you lying to Sally, was it?

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You just didn't pass on the bad news,

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cos you were trying to protect her and Chloe.

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I really didn't want to get involved in this, you know.

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I mean, it's not for me to tell my daughter-in-law what my stupid,

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unfaithful son was up to.

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It was for Patrick to come clean.

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Hmm. He was never going to do that, was he?

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No.

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Oi, Jack!

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Oi!

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Where's my phone?

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-Have you lost it?

-I want it back.

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-Be more careful.

-Give it here. I've got lab in 10 minutes.

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Come on!

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Look, maybe you didn't have to, Jack,

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but I worked hard to get here.

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I got distinctions in all my modules.

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I'm going to be the best surgeon there is.

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I'm going to save people's lives, Jack.

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What are you going to do?

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You're sick.

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She was all over me, mate!

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I tried to fight her off, I did!

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But then I thought, "You know what?

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"Why not?"

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She's a grown-up.

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She was gagging for it, mate!

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You should have seen her!

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Don't even bother! Because I did see her! And I saw you taking care of her.

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And I thought, "Liam's a really caring bloke, he'll make a fantastic doctor."

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-That's what I thought.

-And I will.

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-That's the point.

-No, that's not the point!

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Look, if everything was fine last night,

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why did you lie about it this morning?

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Cos I know what a self-righteous old prat you are, Jack Hollins!

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I mean, no offence!

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You and me,

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we were drunk too, remember?

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We were wasted!

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And you don't see me running to the cops about her, do you?

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Oh, come on, Jack!

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I was plastered. It was one mistake.

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Give me a break.

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So, you admit it was a mistake?

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Jack, my dad will kill me if I mess up again.

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Again?

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What?

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Oh, don't be stupid! Just give me my phone!

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No.

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I've got friends here, Jack.

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People that'll stick up for me.

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Well, then, you'd better find your phone.

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You were there too!

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Remember?

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You know, I thought it was going to be so perfect.

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This may sound daft,

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but I've never actually had close family living nearby before.

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I've never had them NOT nearby. It's overrated.

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It's just, I was so looking forward to Chloe growing up, you know?

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Be there for all those little moments, not just the big ones.

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And it was actually going to happen.

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So, if you hadn't said anything to Sal,

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what would have been different?

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Their marriage would be a mess, you'd still be feeling terrible.

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Yeah, but it's about trust, isn't it, Karen?

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Sally trusted me.

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You know, me, of all people, I know what it's like to be betrayed by a husband.

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I know the devastation that can cause. And there I was, lying to her.

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You weren't lying to her, exactly.

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Well, by omission, then.

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Oh, give yourself a break, Julia. He's your son!

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No. I broke her trust.

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Not now!

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Jack.

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I thought you might be here.

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Can he come in? Please?

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Um. Er, of course. If that's what you want.

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Whatever you decide to do, Della, that's entirely your decision.

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But what you've described about last night...

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that was rape.

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Rape?

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This man is an opportunist of the worst kind.

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I think we should contact the police.

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But it's my word against his and I were drunk!

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Look, how could I go to court? They'd say I deserved it!

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He'll trash me.

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It's a horrible situation, I know, but you have to just...

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I don't remember what happened, can't you understand?

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Not all of it.

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He was...heavy.

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Squashing me and...

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It were easier not to fight.

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I can't bear it - stupid, stupid!

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It's all right, come on, Della, deep breaths.

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I'd like to refer you to student welfare and arrange some counselling, OK?

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There were quite a few witnesses.

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Me, the barman, er, a girl we passed.

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We'd all testify how drunk you were.

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And he'll say I sobered up.

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Dr Page, all I want is an extension for my essay,

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so this thing doesn't mess up my results.

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Look, I can't focus at the moment.

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Of course you can have an extension, Della.

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But that's not the issue, here.

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It is for me.

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Do you know who this man is?

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Liam Hunt.

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-He's...sort of a friend.

-My dad will be devastated.

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I helped him carry her from the bar.

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-You helped him?

-I thought he was helping her.

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I mean, the guy's going to be a doctor.

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He's a medical student?

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You mean, it's my word against some sharp med student?

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Right, I'll contact the welfare team.

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The thing is, there's not much any of us can do, unless you report it.

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He might have done this before.

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Something that he said.

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For heaven's sake, Della, he's going to be a doctor!

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Sorry, but we can't leave it there, surely?

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You honestly think witnesses would be enough evidence?

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OK, I'm not going to lie to you, there are no guarantees.

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It still comes down to one person's word against another.

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Actually, there is other evidence.

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You've got to be kidding me!

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You're barely conscious.

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You seriously think I want everyone seeing that?

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I'm sorry, that's too much.

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You've known Sally for years.

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Yeah, I've always liked her.

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And she likes you?

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Thought she did.

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Then she'll calm down.

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Not now, obviously.

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Do you think so?

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Don't you?

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Well, we have known each other a long time.

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So, she'll realise that Chloe needs her grandma

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and that matters more than some argument about who knew what, when.

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Oh, I do hope so.

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Listen, it's takeaway night, chez Hollins.

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Do you fancy it?

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Thank you, but I've got to finish all this paperwork.

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But I feel a lot better, honestly, thanks a lot, Karen.

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It'll blow over, honestly.

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Yeah, I know. Just got to be patient.

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So, she gave you an extension?

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Until after Christmas.

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But I don't want to get too far behind.

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Cos you'll get other assignments.

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Well, this is cosy.

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-Come on.

-Cooking up a story, so you don't fail your modules?

0:23:100:23:14

Leave her alone.

0:23:140:23:15

Well, they don't give extensions for hangovers, that's for sure.

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You must have one hell of hangover, cos I know I have.

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Ignore him. Come on.

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Huh!

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He's your best mate now, is he?

0:23:260:23:28

Well, I better warn you, love, he's a bit unreliable, is our Jack.

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A bit disloyal.

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First sign of trouble and he's switched over to the other side, isn't that right, Jack?

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Do one.

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Oh, I get it!

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Except, she's not girlfriend material, mate.

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It's all hassle and "poor me" and "everyone else's fault",

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but she brings it on herself.

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That's what you're going to tell your patients, is it?

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After taking advantage of them.

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And Della, as a social worker,

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you'll have to clean up the mess that blokes like him make every day.

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What? I have done nothing wrong.

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You watch my lips, Jack.

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No-one...got...hurt.

0:24:100:24:14

Police, please.

0:24:190:24:20

What?

0:24:200:24:21

I'd like to report a rape.

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Have you called the insurance?

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I'll do it in the morning.

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First thing, please.

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I want it sorted.

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'Hi, this is Oliver Clarke. Please leave your message after the tone.'

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PHONE BEEPS

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It won't make any difference.

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It's my word against his and I don't know

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if I want to go through a whole court case.

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He'll never be a doctor now.

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True.

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Hi, Mum, it's me. I vote for Chinese.

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No, dull and predictable is good.

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It's great.

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Shall I pick up a DVD on my way?

0:25:560:25:59

OK. I'll see you in a bit.

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PHONE RINGS

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Hello, Julia Parsons, can I help you?

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Nardee?

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Chloe! Hello, sweetie.

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Nardee, I wanted to talk to you.'

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Oh, darling, it is so good to hear your voice!

0:26:210:26:24

Why can't I see you any more?

0:26:240:26:27

It's not fair!

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-Chloe, who are you talking to?

-It's Nardee.

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-Sally, don't do this...

-Have you phoned her? That's very naughty!

-It's not her fault.

0:26:310:26:35

-Nardee?

-You do not speak to Nardee, OK?

0:26:350:26:38

Chloe?

0:26:380:26:39

Chloe?

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Oh, Chloe!

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The point is, Winnie...

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-I have asked you not to call me that!

-Would you prefer Winifred?

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You've planned this!

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It's a concerted attack and you orchestrated it!

0:27:020:27:05

I didn't have to.

0:27:050:27:07

I would prefer Mrs Tembe.

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There's no turning back.

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It is her hormones.

0:27:110:27:13

-Very Jeremy Kyle, stepmother.

-I wish you wouldn't call me that!

0:27:130:27:16

Do you want to make an appointment or not?

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When Jack discovers that a mate had a one-night stand with a drunken first-year, he wonders whether she was capable of consent. Distracted Elaine is embarrassed when she reverses into Kevin's car, and Karen tries to reassure a heartbroken Julia that she did the right thing.


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