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Forgiven

Daniel helps a man who has been deceiving his fiancee confront his traumatic past, but is he doing the right thing? Meanwhile, a face from the past returns to Letherbridge.


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# Say hello

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# And wave goodbye. #

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Can't believe the post is late!

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-Must be an omen.

-Jack!

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Just sit down and eat your breakfast.

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-Doesn't matter anyway.

-Don't be daft.

-You'll have done enough to get the grades you need.

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-Exactly. They're all subjects you're good at anyway.

-Even on an off day you know enough to scrape through.

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-I suppose.

-Well, there you go.

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It's in the bag!

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Hello, you. Where've you been?

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Er, just for a walk.

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At this time?

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I woke up with a headache. Feeling much better now.

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In that case, you can join me in the shower.

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No can do. I'm supposed to be seeing the vicar in just under an hour.

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-I thought you'd already done that.

-No, not yet.

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I can't believe it's really happening.

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I know.

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I'm such a hot catch!

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Yeah, right. You're such a big kid, you mean.

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MUSIC: "Say Hello Wave Goodbye" by Soft Cell

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# Take your hands off me. #

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It's just means that I'm running a bit late, Julia.

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Oh, thanks, Julia. Bye.

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Finally!

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Just open it!

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Well?

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-C in Art and two Ds in Media and English.

-That's not too bad.

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It couldn't be worse.

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-She needed two As and a B.

-None of my unis will take me now. What am I going to do?

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-Exams aren't everything.

-She doesn't have to write off uni.

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-That's not what I'm saying.

-She just needs to rethink her options.

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-There's always clearing.

-Just shut up!

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My life is ruined!

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You'll find all the addresses and phone numbers in there.

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Thanks.

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You all right?

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Mmm. It's just Sophie. I don't like lying to her.

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-I thought you were going to talk to her?

-I know.

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Are you worried that she won't understand?

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I hate any type of confrontation. Always have.

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Even so, you can't keep a secret forever.

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No.

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PHONE RINGS

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Hello.

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Hello.

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DIALLING TONE

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PHONE RINGS

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Hello.

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Hello, is anyone there?

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DIALLING TONE

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PHONE RINGS

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Hey, Soph.

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Oh, in about an hour.

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Yeah. Love you too.

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Bye.

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-Bye now.

-Bye.

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-Hello.

-Come on in, darling.

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I won't be a minute.

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Close the door.

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Don't do that.

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You're the boss.

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Whatever turns you on.

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Hang on!

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What's the matter?

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MUSIC: "Say Hello Wave Goodbye" by Soft Cell

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# Take your hands off me

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# I don't belong... #

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Look at you, all shaking.

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There's nothing to be scared of.

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KNOCK ON DOOR

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Please leave me alone.

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Im, it's not as bad as you think.

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-Go away.

-I mean, look at me - I went through clearing and ended up on a good course.

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-Not interested.

-Will you stop acting like a drama queen for a minute?

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You mean like you did when you screwed up your A levels?

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I'm trying to help. I didn't come in here for an argument.

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Well, go away then!

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Fine. Stay working as a part-time receptionist all your life and end up like Mum.

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SIREN WAILS

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Right, Mrs Howard. I'll see you next week.

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PHONE RINGS

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Thanks for seeing me at short notice. It's really painful.

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Yeah, it's a nasty cut.

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

-Come.

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Sorry to bother you but there are two police officers in the reception

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asking to see the man fitting Mr Kolne's description.

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They must have seen me come in.

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-What am I going to do?

-Shall I show them in?

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No, we'll come through in a minute. Thank you.

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Sophie's going to find out.

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-Thank you, sir.

-OK.

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Poor Mr Kolne. I did do the right thing, didn't I?

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-Thanks for that.

-It's OK.

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Maybe now's the right time to tell Sophie the truth.

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I've told so many lies I wouldn't know where to start.

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-Just be honest.

-Yeah.

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Mr Kolne, can I drop you somewhere?

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Ohhh!

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Sophie?!

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SHE SCREAMS

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-I hate you! Hate you!

-What's happened?

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-Blue-Bird's Massage Parlour?

-I can explain.

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I don't want to hear it! I checked your history.

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It's nothing but prostitutes and massage parlours!

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-I was going to tell you. I just didn't want to hurt you.

-You disgust me!

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-The wedding's off.

-Sophie!

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-Sophie, let me in! Let's talk about this.

-Go away!

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Dr Granger, could you have a word with her?

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-I don't think it's my place...

-She'll listen to you. Please.

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< How many more times?

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Go away! Oh, Dr Granger!

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I... I thought you were Toby. Are you all right?

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-I'm fine. Really.

-I'm so sorry.

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I just wanted to talk to you about Toby.

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He's not seeing prostitutes. Well, actually, he is. One.

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His mother.

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How was the audition? Did you get the part?

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Er, thanks to my linguistic skills I've been promoted to a better part.

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-Really?

-Ko-Ko, the chief executioner of Titipu.

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Sounds rude.

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I wasn't sure at first due to the director's bizarre methods

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but, mercifully, he's been sacked.

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It's a much more traditional production now.

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Well, I think that's really great.

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-We're going to have to go and hear him sing, aren't we?

-Mm-hmm.

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Never mind that. How did your hot date go?

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Oh, don't ask.

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That bad?

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A complete and utter disaster.

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At least you found out he wasn't right before you got too involved.

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Yes.

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So, you haven't seen her for 20 years?

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No. Not until today.

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You told me your parents had died.

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I'd almost started to believe it myself.

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From the age of six, I was brought up in a care home after I was taken off my mum.

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-It's not uncommon for children in care to invent a past for themselves.

-That's no excuse.

-No.

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-You're my fiance. We're supposed to be honest with each other.

-I'm sorry. I really am.

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So why track her down after all this time?

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I've wanted to do it for years but I was just...

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-too scared, I guess.

-And now?

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Just seemed like the right moment, what with us getting married.

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You should've talked to me. I mean...

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how could I trust you after this?

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He's was very worried that you wouldn't understand.

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I don't.

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And...

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..I'm not sure I ever will.

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You'll scare the patients away with that face.

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Of course, it's results day! How did you do?

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I don't want to talk about it.

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Thought you were the clever one. I got that wrong.

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PHONE RINGS

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Mill Health Centre.

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No, sorry we're closed for lunch, actually.

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Yes, Nurse Malone is in today.

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Till six.

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What's it for?

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OK, I suppose. Hang on.

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-OK, her address is...

-What are you doing?!

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A patient needs Cherry's address to send a thank you card.

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Don't give out personal information, you idiot!

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Are you stupid or something!

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Yeah, sorry and no, you'll just have to send it to the Mill. OK.

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Well, at least it's all out in the open now.

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-Hopefully, she'll come round.

-Good luck with your mum.

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-If you need any more information, you know where I am.

-Yeah.

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It's not going to be easy but I've got to at least try.

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Yeah. I'm glad it went well with her.

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Yeah.

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She didn't recognise me at first.

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But then she hugged me

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and it all came back.

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Her smile...

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..her touch.

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In fact, she was so happy to see me that she broke down

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-and promised to get help.

-That's good.

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I am doing the right thing, aren't I?

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-I mean, you don't think I'm deluding myself?

-It's your decision.

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But, in my opinion, everyone deserves a second chance.

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I'll just be a minute. Dr Granger?

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-As a doctor, you're supposed to keep your personal feelings to yourself.

-Sorry?

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If she's hurt him before, there's no reason why she won't do it again.

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-Hi.

-Hi.

-You'll never guess what Imogen nearly did.

-What?

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She only nearly gave out your address to a patient.

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-Really?

-Don't worry, I stopped her just in time.

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-Thanks.

-Good job one of us was doing our job properly.

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Who was the patient?

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Just some guy who wanted to write you a thank you card or something.

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-And then I got a smelly mop in my face.

-I WISH I'd been there.

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I was only trying to help.

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Look, if Mr Kolne's anything like his mother, I'd steer well clear.

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-How'd you mean?

-Whenever she's at the surgery she's always kicking off. Swearing and screaming abuse.

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She's a nasty piece of work.

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Her son seems convinced she's ready to turn over a new leaf.

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-I'll believe that when I see it.

-That's a bit harsh.

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-You can't just write someone off.

-I have got a house call.

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Don't worry, your mummy does have an ounce of compassion in her, somewhere.

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See you later, Dr Evil.

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All I'm saying is some people are incapable of changing for the better.

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Well, if Joe had had that attitude with me,

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I'd probably be in the gutter now.

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-My point, exactly - just where you belong.

-Very funny.

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See you later.

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You know I'm right.

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Hey, you.

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You've always said I've never grown up.

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At least now you know why.

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How'd you mean?

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Never had a proper childhood.

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Not in that place.

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No more secrets.

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I swear.

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You're such a big kid.

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Come here.

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Toby. >

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Mum.

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I'm really sorry, but...

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-..I didn't know where else to go.

-What's happened?

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-And you did say that I could visit whenever I liked.

-Of course.

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I've left the parlour.

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After you came to see me, I...

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I decided enough was enough.

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Hey. It's all right.

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But I've nowhere else to go.

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I'm homeless.

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Don't worry about that. We'll sort something out.

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What's wrong?

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Just that I'm useless.

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At everything. Even this poxy job.

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Fortunately, you're destined for greater things.

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Not any more.

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-Got my exam results today.

-Ah.

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I totally screwed up.

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History is littered with intelligent people who failed their exams -

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Winston Churchill, Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison...

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All I've got to look forward to is some crappy course through clearing.

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You mustn't lower your expectations.

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I've got no choice.

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12 months is but the passing of four short seasons.

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You what?

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There's always next year.

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It's going to be fine.

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-They just threw me out without any money.

-I thought you said you left?

-I did,

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but they threw me out after I asked for what they owed me.

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Well, anyway, you can stay with us for the time being.

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-What?!

-There's plenty of space.

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That's hardly the point. Look, I know you want to get to know her

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but...that's going too far. It's too soon.

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-I should never have come.

-You sit down. You're going nowhere.

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-But you hardly know her.

-She's my mum!

-She's a prostitute with a drug habit!

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Will you stop talking about her as if she's not in the room?

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I'm sorry. But there's no other way of putting it.

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Mum, why don't you sit in the other room and I'll bring you a cuppa?

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Yeah.

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I didn't mean to cause any trouble.

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-So tell me, if she worked in a bank or a law firm like yours, could she stay then?

-Oh, don't be ridiculous.

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And don't you be so damn bigoted!

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-Bigoted?!

-I know exactly what this is about.

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You just don't want your friends and family knowing about my real background.

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Oh, here we go, the "I'm Not Good Enough" speech again.

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-True though, isn't it?

-I was actually thinking of you.

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-But I want her to stay!

-Have you forgotten what happened?

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You were taken into care cos of that woman!

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And she never came back for you.

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I mean, what sort of mother could do that?

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You shut up! She's ill.

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She still is.

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-I can't just turn my back on her.

-Look...

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by all means carry on seeing her

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but I'm not prepared to stay in the same house as her.

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Not after how she's treated you.

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Well, that's your choice.

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You'd choose her over me?

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I didn't say that...

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..but I lost her when I was six...

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and I'm not going to lose her again.

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Well...at least I know.

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Well, if she comes in. Of course, I'll contact you immediately.

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Thank you.

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-Problem?

-They're trying to find one of our patients - Mary Kolne.

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-Surprise, surprise(!)

-Why, what's happened?

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Come on, pick up.

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TEXT MESSAGE ALERT BEEPS

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Mr Kolne, it's Dr Granger.

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'I urgently need to speak to you about your mother.

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'Please call me. Thanks.'

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I'm going to pass by on the way.

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-I wouldn't get involved.

-It won't take long.

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Toby...

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..I didn't mean for any of this to happen.

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It's not your fault.

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The way Sophie feels about me, it's...

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..it's understandable.

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If she can't accept what's important to me then...

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Anyway...

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I'm really glad you're here.

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20 years.

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I...

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I don't suppose you remember much.

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Odd things.

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Hardly anything at all.

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I've got something to show you. Won't be a minute.

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You OK?

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Listen, me and your dad have been talking.

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-Yeah?

-And...

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we know you didn't get the grades you needed

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but under the circumstances we think you did brilliantly.

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Absolutely. We should've made that clear.

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And I just wanted to say I'm sorry for earlier. I acted like a complete idiot.

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-No, you didn't.

-Anyway, I've printed out a list of courses from the clearing site.

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Oh, you didn't have to.

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-Anyway, I've decided I'm going to carry on working at the Mill.

-What?

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-Not seriously?

-Well, that way I can pay my way.

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And I'm going to resit my exams next year.

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Look. I don't want just any uni. I want the best.

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Well, I think that's fantastic news!

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And I'll second that.

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-We should celebrate. What about that Italian you mentioned?

-Well, go on, book it.

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I'm so proud of you.

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Good call, sis.

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Remember this?

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No.

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Can't say I do.

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What you doing?

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I just...

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-Mum.

-I need some cash to tie me over.

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I told you I didn't have any.

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-You gave me this.

-Did I?

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Look, I will help you...all I can...

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..but I will not pay for your habit.

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The wallet.

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Mum, please.

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I need it.

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Mum.

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I need it!

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You OK?

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I thought I could leave him but...I just can't do it.

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-What are you doing back?

-I need to talk to Toby about his mum.

-His mum?

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She attacked the owner of the parlour. He's in a bad way.

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She's inside.

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OK, OK.

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MUSIC: "Say Hello Wave Goodbye" by Soft Cell

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# Take your hands off me

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# I don't belong to you, you see

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# Take a look at my face

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# For the last time

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# I never knew you

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# You never knew me

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# Say hello goodbye

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# Say hello, wave goodbye... #

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Ambulance.

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PHONE RINGS

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Hi, Zara. He's dead. His mum.

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Hold on.

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You were right.

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PHONE RINGS

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Jimmi? Hey.

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How's it going?

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Really? Oh, you didn't.

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Yeah.

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No, it's fine.

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It's all fine.

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Eddie?

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-Oh, my God!

-You are good at disapproval.

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-I don't disapprove.

-Of course you do.

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Who are you anyway?

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What have you done to Eddie Radley?

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Have you seen the dust on these shelves.

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She's the prime suspect. You can't investigate your own wife.

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You think my wife murdered this man?

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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Daniel helps a man who has been deceiving his fiancee confront his traumatic past, but is he doing the right thing? Immie gets her exam results, and a face from the past returns to Letherbridge.


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