Storm in a Teacup Doctors


Storm in a Teacup

When his patient tells him about his blind date, Heston considers arranging a date for himself. Freya tries to find out what Kevin knows about her recent patient.


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MUSIC: "Tea For Two"

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-Morning!

-Morning!

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-All right, Heston?

-Good weekend?

-Oh, great weekend!

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Tell me all about it so I can vicariously experience your youthful exuberance.

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-What did you do?

-Oh, well, we just...

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We stayed in.

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-Yeah, we stayed in.

-CHERRY GIGGLES

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Right.

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-Morning, Julia!

-Freya!

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-You're in early!

-Trying to get a head start.

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Well, you won't hear me complaining!

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Heston's at the Campus today so you can use his room.

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-Brill.

-Oh, Freya?

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Um, just a word. I don't want to interfere with your work ethic,

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but don't let yourself get caught with getting into competition with Kevin.

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Just...be professional and do the best you can. That's all we ask.

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-PHONE RINGS

-Of course. I'm sorry.

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Mill Health Centre?

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Ms Parsons, it's Chanda Malik, from the Clements Pharmacy.

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I'm calling about Doctor Wilson's patient, Marcus Tidwell.

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-Oh, hang on, she's right here.

-No, I meant...

-It's for you - pharmacist.

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Hello, Doctor Wilson.

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Doctor Wilson. It's Chanda Malik.

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-I'm calling about the prescription you gave Marcus Tidwell last week.

-OK. What seems to be the problem?

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I was expecting to hear back from you on Friday.

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Erm, remind me...?

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You prescribed beta blockers to a man using an inhaler!

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-I don't understand.

-If you don't even know what that means, this is an even bigger problem than I thought.

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Um...one moment, please.

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Yes, I've got his notes up on the computer now.

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Did you even look at his history?

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Is there a chance it's in his paper notes rather than on the computer?

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OK, well, I'll check that out.

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Doctor Wilson, I appreciate you're only a registrar,

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but you don't seem to be taking this very seriously.

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You didn't even return my message which frankly, I find unprofessional.

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I see. That's fantastic.

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I couldn't agree more.

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Who did you say you left the message with?

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He was so wasted, I mean, completely hammered, so we got this, er,

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-this blue dye stuff that Andy had got from the lab, er...

-Methylene blue?

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That's it - it's bright, bright blue, yeah?

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We used it to paint glasses on his face,

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but in the morning, we couldn't get it off!

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He had to get married with these drawn-on specs! Man, it was funny!

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-He had his wedding photos like that?

-Yeah!

-That's not funny.

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It's very foolish. You're lucky you didn't cause an allergic reaction.

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The photos would have been the least of his worries.

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Yeah, well, it wasn't my idea. You ever been married, Doctor Carter?

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Mind your own business.

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It's not a wedding unless something goes horribly wrong.

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That's half the fun! At mine and Rob's wedding...

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Karen, please, please.

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No more horror stories...

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Jimmi, tell them. I want everything to be perfect.

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Karen's right, if something goes wrong, it gives you stories to laugh about when you're older.

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WHEN you're older? Have you looked at yourself recently, mate?

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I know this is a difficult concept for you,

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all this grown-up stuff like marriage, but one day, you might get it.

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-See you later.

-See you.

-Excuse me.

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-Morning.

-Good morning, Julia.

-Morning.

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Oh, Daniel, Kevin has asked for a one-to-one today.

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He's at the Campus this morning and here in the afternoon.

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Aww, he must be struggling. What a shame.

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Morning, Freya!

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How are you this morning? Need a hand with anything?

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I'm fine, thank you!

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Jolly good.

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And that's... 13 pounds and 13 ounces!

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-Unlucky for some, eh?

-Not for you - well done!

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You've reached your target. I think we can dispense with your medication.

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Richard, I must say, I'm very impressed with your effort over the last year.

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You look healthy, confident.

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And is that a new outfit I see before me?

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Oh, yeah. I've, er, got a date, actually.

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A date? Wonderful. How did you meet?

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Oh, no. Well, it's more of a blind date, really.

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I say blind date. I, er...

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answered a lonely hearts ad - I know it's pathetic.

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Nonsense! Lonely hearts is as good a way as any other of meeting a like-minded person.

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I dunno - you should see the place she said to meet.

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It's this new tea shop on North Street, all jars of tea leaves, you know.

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The sign says they've got over 100 blends!

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I didn't know there were ten!

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-Tea's just tea, isn't it?

-Not at all!

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Tea is ambrosia of the everyman... it sounds like a delightful place.

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Well, I'm more of a "fill your flask up at the garage

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"and get back in your lorry" sort of bloke, to be honest.

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I should just cancel - save myself the embarrassment.

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Just go along and be yourself. Carpe diem!

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Yeah, well, I'm not really a fisherman, but... Thanks for everything, Doctor Carter.

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-Heston.

-Cherry.

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Mr Willis?

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-Not good?

-I don't think he's coping well on his own.

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-Maybe it's time we involve the Social Services.

-Mm. I'll give them a call.

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It's sad, really.

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To get to that age and not have anyone.

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He's probably better off in a home. At least then he won't be on his own.

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Hi, Kevin, it's me...again. Can you please call me back?

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What is in this? It cannot be good for the environment.

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He didn't mean it, you know.

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He's not like that. He just... got in with the wrong crowd.

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I have an idea.

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Come.

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Put it in the bucket.

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SHOP BELL RINGS

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Hello again.

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Sorry about earlier. I'm meeting someone.

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OK. What can I get you?

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Oh, yeah. Er...

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-It's all tea, is it?

-All tea.

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In that case, I'll have a... pot of...tea, please.

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Which blend?

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Blend, yes.

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Er...

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Gunpowder, please.

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That's a green tea.

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-That's right.

-Any cakes? Biscuits? All homemade.

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Better not.

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Karen, will you ring St Phil's

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and get them to clear a theatre for emergency surgery?

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OK! Who's the patient?

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Doctor Kevin Tyler.

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He needs surgical intervention to remove a mobile phone from his person.

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That was a work message.

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PHONE RINGS Marilyn, hello.

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Well, there's a lovely teashop on North Street

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so I could see you there. Yeah, 2.30? Yeah.

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Bye-bye.

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Have you got a date?

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Mr Harper.

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-Which one?

-All of them!

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How's the tea?

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Yeah, it... tastes sort of like...grass.

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You don't know anything about tea, do you?

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No, not a thing.

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You chose gunpowder because it sounded manly?

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-Yep.

-Well, if you really want to make a good impression, I've got some nice Champagne Oolong.

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It's a little bit more expensive, because it's quite difficult to get hold of,

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but that's what makes it so special.

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Oolong? Sounds like something out of Doctor Who.

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Yes, and it comes in a teapot that's bigger on the inside than it is on the outside.

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Sold!

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Come.

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Ready?

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Ah, that is better.

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-You want a go?

-Yeah.

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Oh, Heston, what do you think of this dress?

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-I've got to get off.

-Oh, is it your date?

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Please, don't make a fuss.

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-It is a date!

-It's early days so I'd rather keep it under my hat, if you don't mind.

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-So who is she? What's she like?

-Her name is Marilyn.

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She's intelligent, good sense of humour,

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-and enjoys travelling, dining out, and long walks in the country.

-She sounds lovely.

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-As I say, it's early days.

-Doesn't mean it can't be exciting.

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-See you this afternoon.

-Have fun!

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-What do you think of this dress?

-It's horrible.

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-Really?

-Yes.

-Oh.

-Is Kevin here?

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Yeah, he's in there.

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It's not like that.

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It's not like there's a scoreboard somewhere with both your names on.

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Well, could you at least tell me the criteria?

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Is it who's the best doctor, who gets on best with the patients, or...

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who's the best team player?

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All of the above, OK.

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Best thing you can do is just get on with your job and not worry about it.

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That's easy for you to say. I had to work my nuts off to get this job,

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then I find out I've got to compete in front of everyone.

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I know, it's not ideal, but I'm positive we're... YOU are going to win.

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-Yeah, well, I'll just have to make sure of it, won't I?

-Good.

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That's the spirit. Now, Anything else you want to talk about?

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Freya!

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-What are you doing?

-Um...looking for you!

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-Oh!

-How's it going?

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Yeah, great.

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I didn't think planning a wedding would be your cup of tea.

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Oh, well it's not so much the wedding, as the, um, planning bit that I get into.

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Well, there's loads to do if you want to lend a hand.

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-Yes!

-Great.

-Great!

-OK.

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So, what's the verdict?

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It's definitely my favourite one so far.

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It's a bit flowery but not as perfumey as the Earl Grey.

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More like, I don't know, bathwater.

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Mm, it's refreshing.

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Some people do put tea in their bath, you know.

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Green and white tea are very good for the skin, apparently -

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-full of antioxidants.

-You know your stuff, eh?

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You must think I'm a right uncultured swine.

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-So do you think you've picked up enough to impress your friend?

-Oh, well.

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I don't think I'll have to worry about that.

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-I think I've been stood up.

-Oh. I'm sorry. Here.

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A little pick-me-up.

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Oh, stuff it. Thanks.

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You're welcome.

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So...all this is yours, is it?

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Every last leaf. It's my pride and joy, this place.

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I just hope I can hold on to it. Business hasn't exactly been booming lately.

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In that case, I'm glad I could help you out.

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What have I spent now? About 400 quid?

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You don't look seem to be doing too badly. Plenty of customers in today.

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Offices round here, are there?

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-SHOP BELL RINGS

-Um...talking of customers...

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Course, yeah.

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Doc!

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Richard! Um, I'm sorry. I arranged to meet someone here

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-so I could see what the place was like. I thought you'd be gone by now.

-No, it's fine.

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Things seem to be going well - I'll leave you to it.

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-These are all mine.

-Oh.

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-She never showed.

-Oh, I am sorry.

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Probably took one look at me through the window and did a runner.

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I'm sure that's not true.

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There must be a perfectly reasonable explanation. Have you tried ringing her?

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Who am I kidding? I can do something about my waistline.

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It's just a shame I can't do anything about the rest of me.

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See? Hardly attractive, is it?

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Can't even pour a proper cup of tea.

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What are you doing?

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Lapsang Souchong for two, please, when you have a moment.

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I'm not sure whether the flowers should be colour co-ordinated

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to match my dress, or the bridesmaid dresses?

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I wasn't sure whether to say anything.

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-No, you did the right thing. I'll talk to her this afternoon.

-Have you got house calls now?

-Yep.

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-I'll walk out with you.

-OK.

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Well?

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Er...both! They'll complement each other.

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Look, Cherry, I've got to go, so...

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OK. Just before you do, do you think something like this or something more traditional?

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-I'm really boring you, aren't I?

-No, you're not. I just needed...

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Do you now what? It doesn't matter. It can wait. Let's have another look.

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OK, so...

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Lapsang Souchong, finest tea in the world!

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There we go.

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Sugar?

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If you must.

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Three?

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No milk.

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English breakfast?

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If you'd be so kind.

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There.

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I think we have earned ourselves some lunch.

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Come.

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Don't forget to wipe your feet.

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That's better.

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Answer machine.

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Hi! It's Richard.

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It's coming up to half two.

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I was just checking whether or not you got held up

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before I make a move.

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Give me a bell if you're still coming.

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Thanks.

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OK. Bye, then.

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She won't call.

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Can't blame her, really.

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Classy woman like that.

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Might as well.

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Who'd notice if I put all the weight back on?

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She doesn't deserve you, anyway, keeping you waiting this long.

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I should never have agreed to meet her in the first place.

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Listen, Richard, you can't force these things.

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I know it's difficult

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when it seems like everyone around seems to have the perfect partner

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and the days where you don't relish going back to an empty home,

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but you'll find someone when you least expect it.

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I myself... PHONE RINGS

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-Hi!

-HE MOUTHS

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Oh, no, don't worry about it, it's fine...

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Oh, really?

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Well, that's great!

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Yeah, OK.

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I'll see you soon then.

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OK?

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Bye for now.

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She got held up at work!

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-Yes!

-I knew there had to be a simple explanation.

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She was really apologetic.

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-She said she'll be here in the next hour.

-That's great.

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Isn't it? Maybe there's hope for me yet!

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-I should get back to work.

-I thought you were meeting someone.

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I'll give them a call.

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-Do you think I could have the bill, please?

-Sure.

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-So...what do you think?

-Have you got any more?

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You have got a very big appetite for someone with such a small stomach.

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My dad's not really into cooking.

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Maybe I can teach you how to make a few things, then you can cook for him. What do you think?

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That would be cool.

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Right, a little more stew,

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then we can clear up outside before we start on anything else.

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Best of luck this afternoon.

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Ah. Marilyn?

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Hello, Mum!

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You're waiting for Marilyn too?

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I don't understand.

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-You're all waiting for Marilyn?

-Is this some sort of a joke?

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So, who would benefit from...

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You?

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You arranged to meet all of us?

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-Listen, I know it looks bad...

-Forget it.

-No, wait! Ahh!

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-Oh!

-Let me have look at that.

-Leave it, I'm fine.

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-It's not fine.

-Ah!

-Let's get it under running water. Can you get some clingfilm?

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Oh!

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-Sorry.

-Oh, you will be!

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< Oi!

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Get inside!

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Now!

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It started small. Just one or two meetings a week.

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But it went so well, and I thought I'd lose everything

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if I couldn't get the customers in.

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It just... spiralled out of control.

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I suppose I figured being stood up goes with the territory

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with the lonely hearts.

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I didn't mean to hurt anyone.

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But that must have been you on the phone before.

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You asked me to keep waiting!

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I wanted to wait until the shop was quiet

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so I could tell you the truth.

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I didn't want you going away thinking it was your fault.

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You don't deserve that.

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You're a really nice bloke.

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And what about the rest of your "dates". Don't they deserve better than that?

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You've took advantage of vulnerable men,

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who wanted to find someone to spend the rest of their lives with,

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men who find it difficult to get a date at the best of times

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and for whom lonely hearts took a lot of courage.

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I'm sorry I took advantage of you.

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Well, not me, obviously.

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It's a good way of getting customers through the door, I'll give you that.

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But couldn't you have, like, I don't know, called one man

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and one woman and matched them up so they'd at least have a proper date?

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That's brilliant. I didn't think of that.

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-I think you should show that to your GP.

-Thank you.

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-I could stick around for a bit, if you like? Give you a hand?

-Really?

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Doesn't mean I've forgiven you or anything.

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-Understood.

-Good.

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I expect you'll be needing a cup of tea, then?

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-If you start with the...

-It's OK, I've been paying attention.

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I will leave you in Richard's capable hands.

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And...if you are having a singles afternoon, you've got my number.

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Thanks.

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Hmm, I'm not sure. What do you think?

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They both look the same to me. Sorry.

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Go back to the other one a sec.

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Oh, nuts, it's time I got back.

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-Is everything OK?

-Yes. I just have to... I've got to go.

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See you later.

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Oh, they did not!

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You know, they get that from you.

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You were always getting into trouble when you were a child!

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Maybe I should come and visit,

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keep them out of mischief!

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Next month, maybe?

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Yes, yes,

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everything is fine.

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It would just be nice to have a holiday, that is all,

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get some sun and spend some time with the family.

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Yes, there is nothing to worry about.

0:25:300:25:34

I am very happy here.

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Very happy.

0:25:430:25:46

Kevin.

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-Have you talked to Daniel today?

-I've spoken to Daniel today, yeah.

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You know what I mean.

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Have you spoken to him about the mix-up with Marcus Tidwell's prescription?

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The mix-up? Is that what we're calling it?

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Because I thought it was more like, I don't know, a giant, negligent, life-threatening mistake.

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That's a bit over the top, don't you think?

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It was just a drugs error - it happens.

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It happens if you're incompetent

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and don't check your patient's history, yeah.

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Kevin, plea...

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Please.

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It was a silly little mistake.

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If things were the other way round, you'd want your colleagues' support.

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I wouldn't need my colleagues' support for a silly little mistake

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because I wouldn't make a mistake like that in the first place.

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You might not think so, but I am a good doctor.

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I thought you were too.

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Guess I was wrong.

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Please open the door.

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I have called the police.

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-I've got Noel Bryant in my room asking for a flu jab.

-So?

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So we don't give flu jabs to 42-year-olds.

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I ate the same thing and I am fine.

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You're probably immune, aren't you?

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Bush meat, was it?

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You should have told me.

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You should have checked.

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-Shouldn't she?

-Absolutely.

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