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Nobody's Perfect

Karen uncovers a devastating secret when she delivers some unwelcome news to a man hoping to do charity climb. Elaine must cope with a challenging therapy session.


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ALARM BEEPS

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Morning, gorgeous.

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Make me a coffee first.

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You didn't say that last night.

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Pretty please.

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How can I resist?

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You know you can't.

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RETCHING

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Breakfast and a jog! You know you want to!

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Jamie?

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-Hi, Dad.

-You're on the ball today. Come on.

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-I thought we were having breakfast in bed.

-Whatever gave you that idea?

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-I don't do breakfast. Anyway, you've got to take me home first.

-Why?

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-I can't go to work like this.

-I don't know, might spice things up.

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Kevin.

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Fine, I'll get ready.

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Quickie?

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No.

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Come on, get stuck in.

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Mount Kilimanjaro, here I come!

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Amazing or what?

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-Eh?

-You say that every day.

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Whoa! Boring? Moi?

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-Anyway, Alton Towers, here

-I

-come.

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-Auntie Pauline's going to spoil you rotten.

-Brilliant.

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-She's got strict instructions, mind.

-PHONE RINGS

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Dominic, hi!

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Yeah, the medical form. It's all in hand, mate.

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Just a formality, yeah?

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I understand that. I'll fax it over later today. No problem.

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-What's wrong?

-Nothing. Just last-minute red tape.

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I hope you're going to finish that!

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-Kids in the third world...

-Are starving. Yeah, I know.

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All right.

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Urgh!

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I could set my watch by you two!

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Hi, Karen.

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Told you you'd be too hot in that top! He's self-conscious.

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-This time next week you'll be in Africa!

-Yeah.

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I'm glad I caught you. The organisers want me to do a health check before I go.

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Bit last minute, isn't it?

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That's what I said. I don't suppose there's any chance?

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-Oh, go on, since it's you! I'm at the Campus.

-You're a mate! See ya later.

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-Bye!

-Keep pace, Jamie!

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I'm sorry, I don't know.

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I'm not the receptionist. I can get her to call you back.

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Hello? Charming!

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Take a tip from a professional. Never say you don't know - it sounds unprofessional.

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-At least I show up on time!

-Blame Kevin.

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He takes longer than me to get ready.

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Just as well he has other talents.

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Kevin, a word. We should meet to discuss your progress.

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-My progress, yeah.

-Shall we say my room, 11 o'clock?

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Yeah. If you can wait that long.

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-Hello.

-Oh, hello.

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-Any plans?

-Oh, you know, shopping, hoovering...

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I recommend a stroll around the Barber Institute, followed by afternoon tea at Tabby's Nook.

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Some of us don't have a little woman coming in to clean!

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Mrs Hartley.

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Whoa, where's the fire?!

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The computer system went down in the Arts Faculty office. I've been there nearly two hours!

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-Thought I was going to miss you.

-Get your breath back.

-It's OK, I'm fine.

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-Neil, I've got 20 sponsors for your trip.

-Fantastic!

-I'll get you the form in a minute.

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-Thanks for that, Julia.

-Come on, let's go through.

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She did what?

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I kid you not. I'm telling you, there is absolutely nothing that girl won't do.

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Talk about broad-minded!

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You've just turned green, mate.

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-What?

-Jealous?

-We're supposed to be discussing your portfolio.

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You were dying for me to dish the dirt. That's why you set up the meeting.

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Frankly, you sound like a schoolboy who's had his first conquest.

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I've been there, done that, bought the T-shirt.

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I bet you haven't!

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Which part of not interested don't you understand?

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-OK.

-Right, I've got a patient coming, Mrs McKenna.

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She's suffering from polyarteritis.

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Does polyarteritis mean anything to you?

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Sorry, I didn't realise that was a question.

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-It's a connective tissue disease.

-Sure. I knew that.

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I'd like you to sit in on that consult, but in the meantime,

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pull her notes and check up on her history.

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She's taking steroids, but there are newer alternative treatments available such as TNF modifiers.

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-If she's responding to the steroids, it might be best to leave alone.

-'PLAYFUL LAUGHTER'

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If she's experiencing side effects, perhaps we need to re-think...

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Your BMI is too low.

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Better than too high, right?

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There is such a thing as being underweight, you know.

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I've got a very fast metabolism.

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I could do with some of that. Do you want to take a seat and roll your sleeve up, please?

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Bet you can't wait for next week!

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Karen, this trip is the absolute pinnacle of my life.

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Proof I've been able to bounce back.

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There were times I thought I wouldn't hack it after Shirley.

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-You're a brilliant dad. That's proof enough.

-I don't want to get bound up in my own stuff.

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This gives me a chance to help people in the Third World.

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How does Jamie feel about you going?

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He's just can't wait to get spoilt by our Pauline.

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Has he got a girlfriend yet?

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Well, he does spend a lot of time in his room.

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Angst-ridden texts, probably. Or, worse still, poems!

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-I just hope I can handle all that.

-Yeah.

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-That's high.

-You're kidding me.

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You were a bit worked up when you came in.

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I get a clean bill of health, though?

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It's a standard letter, already printed out. It just needs a signature.

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What can I do for you, Dr Tyler?

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-I want to have you on this desk, right now.

-In front of the patients?

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-Why not? You're not shy, are you?

-Gross! Don't you think that's a bit inappropriate?

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Don't you think you should be doing some filing? Anything else, Doctor?

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-Wondered about later?

-Later?

-What do you fancy doing tonight?

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Who said anything about tonight? Mrs McKenna, you can go through now.

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But I thought...

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Don't get me wrong, you're very sweet.

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-Just a little wet behind the ears.

-PHONE RINGS

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Good morning, Mill Health Centre. Hi, Mr Shepherd.

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-Kevin, do you want to...

-No!

-Kevin. Mrs McKenna. Now.

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Yeah, OK, sorry.

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Other people's love lives. Way too complicated.

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-There you go, Brad, you're booked in.

-Thank you.

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Is Dr Carter free to see Neil?

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-No, he's gone out on an urgent visit.

-I don't need to see a doctor.

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I've got to send it through this afternoon.

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-Sorry, I can't sign it.

-Aw, come on! Do I look unfit to you?

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I'm really sorry. The best we can do is get you in to see Dr Carter the minute he comes back.

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-I'm sure it's going to be fine.

-You've got lots of time. I'll give you a call.

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It's best to be sure.

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Don't have much choice, do I?

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KNOCKING Come in.

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-I put my foot in it, didn't I?

-When?

-Before.

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I... I meant Kevin, not...

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-I just want to make sure you're not upset with me.

-I don't know what you're talking about.

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That's a relief.

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Look, Jimmi... I just want you to know that I'm here for you...

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Er, I really need to get on.

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Sure.

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Home visits take a chunk out of your day.

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Well, I'll leave you to it.

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-How are you?

-It's a wonder I'm here in one piece!

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-Oh?

-A guy stepped right out in front of my car.

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Totally in his own world! I only just missed him!

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-You're all right to do this?

-Oh, yes, fine! All's well that ends well.

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Good... So, apart from that, how has your week been?

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It's er...it's where to start, really. Oh, may I?

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Please.

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-You're not having it!

-Get some real food...

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Hey! Pack it in!

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-Go on, clear off!

-Weirdo!

-Weirdo!

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-Are you all right?

-Yeah, just...messing about.

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Aww, it didn't look like it. Is that your lunch?

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Yeah.

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Do you want me to take you back to school?

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No... Not really.

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-Well, come back to mine for your lunch.

-To your house?

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Come on, it's all right. Pick your stuff up - I'll give your dad a ring, it'll be fine.

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-KNOCK AT DOOR

-Come in.

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Thanks for seeing me, Doctor. Only I've got to get this letter faxed off to the charity...

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Can we rewind a bit and talk about your results?

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-If we must.

-I'm a bit concerned by your blood pressure.

-There's nothing wrong with me.

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Let's hope so. I think we should organise some tests.

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-Why do I need tests?

-To see if there are any underlying medical causes. And an ECG wouldn't go amiss.

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-This is ridiculous. I'm A1 fit.

-Really?

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Yes - I train every day, I have a healthy diet. I don't drink, I don't smoke. I don't do drugs...

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You have high blood pressure and are seriously underweight.

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I don't think you're entitled to lecture me about weight.

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I'm not the one proposing the trek up Mount Kilimanjaro.

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People are dying of hunger while we're splitting hairs.

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Look, I admire your philanthropic zeal...

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If you don't sign the letter, I can't go.

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Your health has to be my priority...

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Ridiculous!

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MOBILE RINGS

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'Hi, Neil. I've brought Jamie back to mine for lunch. There was a fight, but he's fine...'

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Whoa, Neil, hang on! Form.

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I found out Harrison was married, so I finished with him.

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He begged me to go back with him.

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He said his marriage was as good as over.

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And this wasn't the case?

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I was in the middle of a family therapy session when she burst in.

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Fiona, his wife.

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She was heavily pregnant.

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-She confronted you - there and then?

-They've split up.

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Any normal man would be devastated. Not him!

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He sent me a bouquet -

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like there was... something to celebrate!

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I mean...what kind of person does he think I am?

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Everyone's avoiding me at work.

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Julia's giving me the cold shoulder.

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Because she disapproves of the affair?

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She's disappointed in me.

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She feels for Fiona. She's been there.

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You don't think she'll come round?

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Why should she bother?

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Maybe I'm just not worth it.

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I'm not supposed to eat this stuff.

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-What do you normally have?

-You saw.

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Brown rice and veg.

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Every meal.

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Is that why some of the kids pick on you?

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Yeah, but that's only cos they pig out on rubbish.

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What's the matter, Jamie?

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Erm...I've had enough chips.

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That's OK. Do you want some afters - ice cream or...

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No, I never eat sweet things.

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Are you sure?

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Can I use your bathroom, please?

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Yeah, course, it's just here. I'll turn the light on for you...

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-There you go.

-Thanks.

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RETCHING

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BANGING AT DOOR Coming...

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-Hi, Neil.

-What have you given him to eat?

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-Chips!

-Do you not want to know what's happened?

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-Have you any idea what this muck could do to his system?

-He was starving!

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I hate the way well-padded middle-class people use that word!

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Starving is nothing to eat or drink! Starving is lying down to die!

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-Neil, will you calm down? Jamie...

-Jamie!

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Neil...

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-Are you all right?

-I'm all right...

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No, you're not. Come on, sit down.

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BREATHES HEAVILY

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You say Fiona confronted you at work.

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Do you feel this taints you professionally as well as personally?

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It's no more than I deserve.

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What - so, the affair cancels out all the positive things you've done?

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Everybody else thinks it does.

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-What do

-you

-think?

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Maybe I'm fooling myself.

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In what way?

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Maybe I'm not this caring, sharing, spiritual woman I like to think I am, maybe...

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maybe I'm a serial mistress, out for what I can get.

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Would you be here if you didn't care?

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Well, these could be crocodile tears.

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So you could be fooling me, too?

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No!

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Ignore me! Just add stupidity to the rest of my many faults.

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Elaine...

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..you made a mistake.

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-A mistake(!)

-Yes.

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And the consequences of that mistake are devastating, but...

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punishing yourself may not be the best way to deal with them.

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I'm supposed to be intuitive - how could I have a relationship with such a louse?

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Why couldn't I see him for what he was?

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If I had, none of this would have happened.

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Where relationships are concerned...nobody's perfect.

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If I were you, I wouldn't have any more to do with me.

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Elaine...

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Please.

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He's at home. I'd better get back.

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Do you get breathless often?

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-Now and again.

-Is that why you've been putting off the health test?

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It's nothing.

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Don't bite my head off, but I think you need to go back and see Dr Carter.

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What does an obese man know about fitness? Talk about hypocritical.

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OK... Let's talk about food.

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Yeah - listen, I shouldn't have shouted like that

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but have you seen the so-called nutrition content in some frozen food?

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Brown rice and veg for every meal?!

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Well, I was never much of a cook. It's easy and healthy, yeah?

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Jamie is a growing boy. He needs a proper balanced diet.

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And that's what he gets.

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He gobbled that food like he hadn't had a meal in a week.

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And then he just suddenly stopped, and looked guilty.

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Well, he knows he shouldn't eat chips.

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-Neil...!

-A high percentage of young people in this country are obese. I do not want that for my son.

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-He went straight to the toilet and was sick.

-No wonder.

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I saw him eating a Malteser off the pavement!

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-Are you mad?

-SHE SIGHS

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-Neil, I think he's suffering from bulimia.

-I'm sick of listening to rubbish!

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-What with you and Mr Pickwick down at the surgery!

-Neil...

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I've got a trip to organise!

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No, you haven't. Because you're not going to Kilimanjaro, not next week you're not.

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Because you know that letter's not going to get signed.

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More importantly, Jamie is in trouble and he needs his dad.

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(Oh, God, what have I done?)

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I've absolutely no idea how to handle this.

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I just don't know what to say... to my own son.

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I'll come back with you, OK?

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I'm sorry I ate the chips. I know they're bad for me.

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-You're not angry, are you, Dad?

-Neil...?

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Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa, has three volcanic cones...

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-Dad...!

-Kibo, Mawenzi and Shira...

-Neil, can you hear me?

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-Kibo, Mawenzi, Shira...

-Stop it!

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Will you go to your room, love?

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Mawenzi and Shira are extinct, but Kibo could erupt again.

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What's wrong with him?

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I don't know, but he won't want you to see him like this.

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Look, I'll promise I will get help...

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Marangu is the easiest route to the top,

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although the ascent to the crater rim is more challenging...

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Heston, you need to come out to Neil Rufford's. It's an emergency...

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HE SOBS

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-So, buddy boy, what are you thinking?

-It's hopeless.

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-In what way?

-I've absolutely no idea where I stand with her.

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OK, so you've not given a moment's thought to the TNF modifiers?

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-Eh?

-Mrs McKenna.

-Ah, yeah...

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-So?

-Any ideas?

-Actually...no, not yet.

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-You're sailing really close to the wind here.

-I'm doing my best.

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Your mind isn't on...

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You were saying?

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All right, jot down some notes tonight, and I'll overlook it this once. We'll talk in the morning.

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-That's cool. Thanks, Daniel.

-Don't mess up.

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So...haven't you got anything better to do later?

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-I don't think so.

-You sure about that?

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Right, I've sedated him. He's much calmer, more lucid now.

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He's agreed to be admitted, so we don't need to section him.

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Heston, was it me? Did I say the wrong things...

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I was the one who didn't give him a clean bill of health.

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We can blame ourselves till we're blue in the face - the thing is, he's been ill for some time.

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What about Jamie?

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Well, he's got to be treated for his eating disorder - we need to talk to him

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with a responsible adult in attendance. Obviously, that can't be Neil.

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But Neil tells me there's a sister who can look after him...

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I want to stay here!

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Well, your dad needs to go to hospital.

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-No, I can look after him!

-You can't, love. I'm so sorry.

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This is your fault for giving me chips!

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He needs to rest.

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But I've got to see him!

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Heston...?

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-KNOCKING

-Thanks, sis. Really, we don't know what we'd do...

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I'm going to have to go, Jamie's here. See you later.

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Dad, it's OK. You haven't got to go to hospital now.

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Yeah, I think I do, mate. You can come and visit me, yeah?

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I want you to stay here.

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When I was about your age,

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Nan and Grandad were splitting up, and...

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I developed some really strange habits around food.

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Hiding it, and stuff.

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I'm so sorry, Jamie.

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I never got treatment, because...no-one believed that

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boys did that kind of thing.

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Thing is, I thought I'd made myself well. I thought I was doing right by you...

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I know. It's all right.

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No, it isn't. Not yet.

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When are you coming back?

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I don't know.

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But I will. I promise you. OK?

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Listen. you've got to try really hard, and let people help you.

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And that way, you won't end up...like this. OK?

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The ambulance is here.

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So - go and get spoilt by Auntie Pauline, yeah?

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But...I'll get fat, won't I?

0:24:220:24:29

No. Course you won't.

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-Perhaps Mrs Hollins'll help you pack some stuff.

-Yeah. Come on, Jamie.

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Thanks, Karen. You're a good mate.

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HE SOBS

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I think... you set impossibly high standards for yourself.

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All this is as much a shock for you as it is for anyone else.

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Would you agree with that?

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Shall I tell you what really happened on the way here?

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If you'd like to.

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I zoned out at the wheel.

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I heard a man shout -

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well, it was more of a frightened squeal, actually.

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And the next thing, he was at the windscreen.

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-Another second and I could have...

-Could have?

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I could have killed him.

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But that's not what happened.

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Every time I close my eyes I see her face.

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Whose face?

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Fiona. Full of hatred.

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How does that make you feel?

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Powerless.

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Why powerless?

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There's nothing I can do to change what I've done. I'm scared.

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I'm scared I'm going to see that face for the rest of my life.

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Because you think Fiona will never forgive you?

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Because I can't forgive myself!

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For what?

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Elaine...

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..what's the worst thing for you?

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Elaine...

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..what is the worst thing?

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'A child could grow up without a father because of me...'

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..and I don't think I can live with myself.

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It was on the news - the Scraper.

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They think he's killed another woman.

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We're an ordinary family.

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Things like this don't happen to people like us.

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Our forensics expert's working his magic even as we speak,

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and he's good. He's very good.

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But I never hurt her!

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One, two, three, four.

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-How did her blood get on your jacket?

-Well, it weren't how YOU think...

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