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Daniel is put in a difficult position when a face from his prison days turns up at The Mill. Meanwhile, Zara decides to start turning her house from hell into a home.


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ENGINE STARTS

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HEAVY BREATHING

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FOOTSTEPS APPROACH

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-What happened?

-Coffee.

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Oh.

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Here. Let me.

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-Nice try.

-Oh.

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You can't keep me here. It's inhumane.

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It's not right that the doctor looks more ill than the patients.

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-Ah!

-You're not going anywhere.

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-Daytime telly for you.

-Show mercy.

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Andy.

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-Tea?

-No, thanks, can't stay long.

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I just want a quick word with Richard.

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All right. I'll leave you to it, then.

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How's tricks?

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-It is coming.

-I think my boss is getting suspicious.

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I said, it's coming.

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I'll lose my job if he finds out I've been helping you.

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Well...

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..I'll write you a cheque.

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-How much?

-Two grand.

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That's just for this month.

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I will catch up.

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I've got some new things on the horizon.

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What happened to the old things?

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-Is this one going to bounce?

-Just take the cheque.

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'These dairy products...

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-'Nail Jenson.

-'The course of a year...

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'Another time...

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'Come on, this is it.

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'On strike...

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'Without the general, nobody'd ever have known about Frank.

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'I'd advise you to take it easy where Marlow's concerned...'

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Sorry.

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'..You'd advise me.'

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Kerry!

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You off?

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Yeah.

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See you.

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Just need to use the loo before I go.

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Another cheque.

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-Will it clear?

-This place will be repossessed if it doesn't.

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There's only so much I can do.

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He said he had some new things coming up.

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He didn't say anything about it to me.

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No change there.

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You ready?

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-You could at least try and look interested.

-You don't need me here.

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Well, if you think I'm going to sit here alone and let some salesman...

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KNOCK ON THE DOOR

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..baffle me with computer-speak...

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Zara put you up to this?

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-Richard Longley?

-Yes.

-Come in. Julia Parsons, practice manager.

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-Nice to meet you.

-And this is Daniel Granger. One of our partners.

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-Richard?

-Yes, Richard.

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-Pleasure to meet you.

-Pleasure to meet you.

-Have a seat.

-Thank you.

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SOMBRE MUSIC

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Please come and take a seat.

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There are drinks, so help yourselves.

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GENERAL CHATTER

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Nobody likes call centres. You're sitting on the phone for hours.

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Then they give you these instructions that never seem to solve the problem.

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With Phoenix Tech Consultancy, we will deliver this promise.

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If we can't sort out your computer problem on the phone

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within ten minutes, we will send round an engineer who will not leave

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the building until your system is completely up and running again.

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-You got any questions, Daniel?

-Yeah. How long have you been doing this?

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Well, it's a new company.

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I'm fully qualified.

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I've got certificates.

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I'd like to see those, if that's OK?

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-Yeah.

-You can never be too sure.

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Andy, Kerry.

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-I'm sorry for your loss.

-Thank you.

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-She was always talking about you both.

-Really?

-The famous siblings.

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-She said you came round all the time.

-Couldn't stand to see her all alone.

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Not after everything she did for us.

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-I really wish I could have been here more often.

-Florida's a long way.

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-We'd speak on the phone when we got a chance.

-She said you were very busy.

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We helped her redecorate the bathroom.

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I did offer to help her buy somewhere a bit...

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-Nicer?

-More suitable.

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She didn't want to move, though. Said this was her home.

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She must be the only person in the world

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who'd want to stay on this estate.

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They've done it up a bit. The shops, they're new.

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It's not so bad.

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Says the woman who lives on the other side of the world.

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Oh, congratulations.

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-Who's the lucky man?

-Richard.

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What's he like?

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He's perfect.

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Lucky you. I didn't even know you'd met someone.

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No?

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I'm surprised Eve didn't mention it.

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Good morning, Mill Health Centre.

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Granger.

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Dr Granger.

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No, I'm sorry, he's in a meeting.

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It was a long time ago for both of us.

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-I'm a different man these days.

-Yeah. So I see.

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-Richard.

-I'm just trying to make an honest living, that's all.

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Daniel, there's a consultant on the line from St Phil's,

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are you at your meeting?

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-Yes, yes, put it through.

-Someone gave you a second chance.

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-I'm just asking for the same.

-Transferring you.

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Thanks for coming in, Matt.

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We'll look at your new untested business and get back to you.

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Can't just...! Ah!

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Thank you for coming.

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Listen. I...

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..I don't know how to say this.

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I really appreciate everything you did for my mum.

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It can't have been easy, this past year.

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It wasn't.

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I wanted to give you something,

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as a thank you.

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-What do you mean?

-Money?

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You've been so good with your time.

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Eve looked out for us when no-one else wanted to know.

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-She took more of an interest than our parents ever did.

-I'm sorry.

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I didn't mean to offend you.

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We might not have high-flying careers like you,

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but we don't need your pity.

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Maternity leave.

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-What?

-'I've only been here one morning'

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and I already want to burn the place to the ground.

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How am I going to survive maternity leave?

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-You'll be fine.

-'I don't want to be fine, Daniel. I want to be happy.'

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I want our baby to be happy.

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'They're going to love the house.'

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This is my baby, Daniel, it will have taste.

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'Look, I'm not joking.'

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This isn't the sort of house that a proper family lives in.

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Well, where is, then? Where does a, where does a proper family live?

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-You know.

-'No.'

-Well, somewhere...

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nicer.

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I don't understand what that means. Where's home, Zara?

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I don't know.

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OK. If you can't stand the house, I told you we'd move.

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'But, please, don't make us run away'

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when you don't know where you're going.

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'All right? I'm trying to give us a home, Zara.'

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I'm really trying.

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I've got to go, I'll talk to you later.

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-I hate going back there.

-It's over now.

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I spilt coffee on the rug this morning.

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Came out, well, most of it, but he's still taken it away. Freak.

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You don't have to stay with him.

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If I walk away now, we won't get anything.

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What use is half a house if it's about to be repossessed?

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-It's too soon.

-You could be with him for years

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and come away with nothing. He's broke.

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He paid the deposit without blinking.

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Proved to the bank he was raking it in.

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Well, he's not now.

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-We should cut our losses, find someone else and start over.

-No.

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Just think about it.

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You've been here a long time.

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I was thinking, what would I do if the roles were reversed

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and you were asking me to trust you?

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What did you decide?

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I'd let bygones be bygones and put the past behind us.

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-Really?

-No.

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I'd run a mile.

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Once a con, always a con, eh?

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Well, maybe not for you.

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Julia was impressed by your pitch. She wants to offer you the contract.

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Did you tell her I've got form?

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Not yet.

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Thought you'd torment me first, did you?

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What were you in for? You never said.

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Same as you.

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I'm not going to lie to you. When I got out,

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I fell back in with the old crowd, but I put it behind me.

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Six months, I've been straight.

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How come?

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I met a girl.

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Isn't it always a girl?

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Since she agreed to marry me,

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I've been a different man.

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She's made me want to be a different man.

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Better.

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And now, all I want is that boring,

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conventional life that most people complain about.

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Wife.

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Home.

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There's nothing boring about that.

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I had it in my reach, but the money's running out.

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I bought us a house. Near here.

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Off Adelaide Avenue.

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-Nice.

-Yeah.

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I can't keep up the payments.

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I gave up my old income to start my business.

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Six months and not a single client.

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-Must be tempting to earn a bit of quick cash on the side.

-No.

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-I'm not going to do that.

-Why not?

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Would you want to go back to your old life

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and risk everything you've built up?

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Maybe I don't deserve better, but I've got to keep trying.

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For Kerry's sake, I've got to keep trying.

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I won't say anything to Julia.

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Oh, finally, a human being.

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So, now, tell me, do you do same-day delivery?

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Hmm.

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Mm-hm

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Right, they're probably going to take a couple of days

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to process the contract.

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I'll get an advance. I'll bring it straight here.

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Obviously, I'm going to have to keep some to live on myself

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and, er, pay off my other debts.

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Your sister has very expensive tastes.

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-You've opened a new business?

-And that's my first contract.

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-I thought you already had a company.

-I wound it up.

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How much is this contract for? I paid your cheque in.

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-Will it cover that?

-Yeah.

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-Next month?

-I'm going to have new clients by then.

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It's a mortgage,

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Richard, not a few quid you borrowed off a bloke down the pub.

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I've done the hard part and it's going to snowball from here.

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I can't keep stretching deadlines for you.

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Where did all your money go? I deserve an explanation.

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Can you just let this go?

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Andy...

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I want to move on.

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Please.

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You can't live off a small contract from a health centre.

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This is just a start.

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I'll rearrange the mortgage so I'm just paying off the interest. Yeah?

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-Can you help me organise this?

-If you do that, you'll never own the house.

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I'll pay it off when things pick up, Andy.

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Giving your sister the home she deserves

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is all that is important right now.

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Well, I'm happy to tell him yes. Unless you've got any reservations?

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No. No. We could do with some decent tech support.

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Great. Well, thanks for your input.

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Any time. Right, I've got to get on with my house calls.

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Listen. Are you sure that you're happy with it?

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Because you seemed a bit frosty when he was doing his pitch.

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I was just being cautious. He seems like a decent guy these days.

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You know him?

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-Ah!

-Surprise.

-Don't do that.

-Sorry.

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Come with me, to the other room. I want to show you something.

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You'll like this. Come on.

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-Prison?

-It was a long time ago.

-Well, when did he get out?

-Don't know.

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We just can't let a stranger with a criminal record

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work on our computers.

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I trust him.

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Oh, and what if he tries to access the medical records?

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I mean, they are confidential for a reason, you know.

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What was he in prison for, anyway?

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-Fraud.

-Oh, just great.

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Why didn't you tell me this when he walked through the door?

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Look, I spoke to the guy. He's hard working.

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He's committed to his family.

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He's made mistakes in the past, of course,

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but he wants to put that behind him.

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I want to give him a chance.

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Well, I'm not willing to do that.

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I wouldn't have half the things in my life I've got now

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if you'd held my past against me.

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-The partnership...

-Yeah. Daniel.

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Hang on, can you honestly tell me, hand on heart,

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that there is no chance that this man will abuse his position

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if we give him the contract? Can you tell me that?

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-Well, the old one was completely ruined.

-It was just a little stain.

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I want this to be your perfect home.

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-To have things just the way you want them.

-How much did it cost?

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It doesn't matter how much it cost. We're on the up now.

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You can have everything you wanted.

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PHONE RINGS

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You'd better get that.

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It might be important.

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Richard Longley.

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Ms Parsons. Good to hear from you.

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OK. You can put it over there. I'll take it from here.

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Nice muscles.

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Do you want to earn a few quid on the side?

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No, you can't do this.

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Is Dr Granger there, please?

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I want to talk to him, now...

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It's all right, it's business. I'll take care of it.

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I love you.

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I love you too.

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-Hello?

-Something's wrong. He's just smashed his phone up.

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-What happened?

-He got a call. Something about a deal.

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It fell through.

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-He's set up a new business.

-What? He didn't tell me.

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Why's he doing all this in secret? We, we must be missing something.

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All right, I'll call you later.

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Closed for lunch. Come back at four.

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Is this an emergency?

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Hang on a minute.

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-Thank you.

-Excuse me! Oi!

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-Mr Longley.

-I'm calling the police.

-I just want to talk about this.

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I explained everything on the phone.

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I'm sorry if it's not what you want to hear,

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-but that was our decision.

-Where's Granger?

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He's not here this afternoon.

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And if you don't calm down then we will have to call the police.

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-Has he told you about my past?

-That is not the issue.

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You liar.

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He's a partner. He had no choice. He has to put the practice first.

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Look, I just want to fix your computers!

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I just want to do an honest job! What is so unreasonable about that?!

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Right, I think time for you to go now!

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DOOR SLAMS

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Hello?

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What's going on?

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I thought about what you said.

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About what a home should look like.

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And I thought...

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it would have a nursery.

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-You are supposed to be resting.

-Give me a break.

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Did you move the bed all by yourself?

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Can I give you a hand?

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You can start...

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by putting this stupid thing together.

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I swear it was designed by whoever created the Rubik's Cube.

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Mr Rubik, probably.

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Thank you.

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Get building.

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OK.

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-Thanks so much for helping me with these, Karen.

-No problem.

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Oh, you know, if I go now, I can catch the last post at the sorting office.

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-Well, you go, I'll lock up.

-Thanks. Night.

-Night-night.

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DOOR OPENS

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Julia?

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EERIE MUSIC

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ZARA GIGGLES

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It's hard.

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THE MOBILE PLAYS A LULLABY

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How sick are we going to get of this song?

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I'm going to make you a coffee.

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You look like you're going to be there for quite a long time.

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Nearly finished, thank you.

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I couldn't find anything new. It's all stuff we've seen before.

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We must be missing something. It's like he's cracking up.

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What are you doing?

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He keeps the key on him. Why?

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-It's just his cheque book.

-Yeah, but why lock it away?

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A burglar could just steal the whole thing.

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What else does he keep in here?

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-Get me a knife. We'll pick the lock.

-You know how to do that?

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I'll smash the thing open if I have to.

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-He'll know something's up.

-I don't care.

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I can talk him round. He's hiding something.

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I'm not staying here until I know what's wrong.

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DOORBELL RINGS

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-Let me try.

-Wait.

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RATTLING INSIDE THE BOX

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This one's the same.

0:25:310:25:32

I don't understand.

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Who's Matthew Hargreaves?

0:25:350:25:38

Who am I married to?

0:25:390:25:41

-Is Daniel home?

-Who are you?

0:25:430:25:46

Is Daniel home?

0:25:470:25:48

Who are you?

0:25:480:25:50

Is he here?

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No.

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-Well, his car is.

-He's gone for a walk.

-Do you think I'm stupid?

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-Just leave.

-Where is he?

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-Police.

-Hang up.

-There's a man in my house. He forced his way in.

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-I said, hang up.

-Four Darragh Drive.

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-I only want to talk to him. That's all.

-Come quickly, please.

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He's threatening me.

0:26:190:26:21

I think he may be unst...

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Ah!

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LULLABY CONTINUES TO PLAY

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You need to get out of here.

0:26:350:26:36

I've spent eight months of my life on this,

0:26:360:26:38

I'm not walking away with nothing.

0:26:380:26:40

Zara's got a bleed behind the placenta. It could get bigger.

0:26:400:26:44

-I thought you were looking for my husband.

-We are.

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Why are you following me?

0:26:480:26:49

Get this man out of here.

0:26:490:26:51

I don't want him near me.

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