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I know I had a copy of the play here somewhere.

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Under there.

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Careful!

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Ta.

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I don't know why I put myself up for this.

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I mean, half the kids don't understand a word and the rest would rather be playing video games.

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Coffee?

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You do know that's your third cup?

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Aw, there she is.

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What was it, two o'clock?

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Then three. Half four...

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Ah, good morning, sweetheart.

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How's my little angel?

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I'll get going.

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What, already?

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Beat the traffic.

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Bye.

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Bye, Daddy!

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BABY SQUALLS

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Don't tell me. The four things you need in a blokes' magazine.

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Gags, rags, Jags and...

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Actually, it's the BMJ.

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Now, that's what I like in a guy.

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Brains as well as brawn.

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That sounds like a great idea.

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Well, we haven't had a good old gossip for ages.

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Or death by chocolate pudding.

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Ah, now you're talking. Could always share one?

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Are you mad? We've got a lot to catch up on.

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Uff! I don't know where to start with that.

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-Two o'clock at the Icon?

-Yes.

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Methought I heard a voice cry, "Sleep no more, Macbeth doth murder sleep,

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"the innocent sleep, sleep that knits up the ravelled sleeve of care. The death of..."

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Sir? What's "ravelled" mean?

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Ragged. Frayed.

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So try and pick up on the rhythm here.

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-"The death of each day's life, sore labour's bath..."

-Sir.

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Is it like "unravelled"?

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Trent, this isn't your scene.

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-"Balm of hurt minds, great nature's second course..."

-What?

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-"Chief nourisher in life's feast..."

-Ow!

-Stop that now!

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You're dead!

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Trent, I'm warning you.

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-Did you hear what I just said?

-It's her.

-No, it's you.

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You're a pain in the neck. Now get out of my sight!

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No, that's no trouble at all, Mrs Abel. Thanks for letting us know.

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OK, bye.

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Cancellation, I'm afraid. 12.15pm.

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-Well, that's a bit short notice isn't it?

-I know, bless her.

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-Actually, I could do with having an appointment myself, if that's OK.

-How do you mean?

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Think it's RSI. Should rest it, really, but I've been too busy.

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-OK, book yourself in.

-With you?

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No, best not.

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Aw, why? You've got a slot free. And it's really killing me.

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I don't think it's appropriate.

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It's my only arm for goodness' sake! I'm not staff, I'm a temp, it's not a problem.

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Please? Otherwise, I might have to go home.

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Thanks, Daniel.

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-Hi, can I help?

-Martin Eaves, to see Dr Wilson.

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So, how old is Rosie now?

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-STIFLES YAWN

-Six months. Sorry.

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You know, I really can't remember what a night's sleep feels like.

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Is it that bad?

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What, with 600 kids running round you all day when you can barely even see straight?

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And I've got this starting in a week. If we're lucky, the way it's going.

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Hmm? Isn't Macbeth meant to be a bit...

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This isn't ghosts. It's just me not being able to function.

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I can't keep my eyes open, let alone keep control of a class.

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So what is it you want me to do?

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Well, I was thinking about maybe getting some sleeping pills?

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I could maybe kip downstairs. Just for the next couple of weeks.

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-That's possible.

-Honestly, you'd be saving my life.

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She just never stops crying for more than ten minutes.

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I'm not talking just a little whimper. It's full on.

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All night, every night.

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So do you think something's wrong with her?

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Well, Lisa says it's all normal, I should just get on with it.

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But to be fair, she's not the one going to work at the moment.

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I'm sure it's tough for her too.

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Well, if it is, she won't admit it. And every time I open my mouth, it's just me being selfish.

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-Perhaps you should get her to bring Rosie in.

-How many times do you think I've tried?

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So where does it hurt?

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-Here. And here.

-All the way down?

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-All the way.

-Move your fingers for me.

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OK, could be tenosynovitis.

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Sorry.

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Oh, I don't mind a bit of pain in the right places,

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as I'm sure Kevin's told you.

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And why would he do that?

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Oh, come on, I know how you boys like to compare notes.

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But then that wouldn't be very professional, would it?

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It's funny. I didn't think you'd be so uptight.

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I'll prescribe you some anti-inflammatories.

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So he really didn't say anything at all?

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About what?

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No, I think he did.

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And don't pretend you're not interested,

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because we both know you are.

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One, three times a day.

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-Well, you'll just have to find out for yourself, won't you?

-I'm sorry?

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-I freed up an extra ten minutes.

-Are you crazy?

-No, I'm not!

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-This consultation is over unless you come back with a chaperone.

-Who for?

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OK.

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You're not really telling me to go?

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No, just tired.

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Well, yes, we would try.

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But you know she isn't very good in the car.

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We'll see you soon, though, eh, Dad?

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Yeah, yeah. Bye.

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Please don't tell me we've got to traipse all the way down there.

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-Why are you home?

-We've got the doctor coming round. About Rosie.

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-What?

-She said she'd be passing anyway.

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So whose idea was this?

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Mine, if that's OK.

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Well, we only saw the Health Visitor last week.

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Maybe she caught her on a good day.

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No, hang on, there aren't any good days.

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-Martin...

-I just can't see the harm in a second opinion.

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And have some other nosey old bat sticking their oar in,

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treating me like an idiot?

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She's younger than you!

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-Then what does she know about anything?

-She's a doctor, isn't she?

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And Rosie needs some help.

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You do, you mean.

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Love, I think we all do.

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I have to say, she seems fine.

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We could always run some tests.

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There's no need. Honestly, it's almost as if he wants her to be ill.

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-Don't say that.

-Tell him.

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Babies are hard work. Simple as.

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So, why won't she sleep?

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Well, it could be colic. Or teeth coming through.

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Just like every other child.

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-I don't think so.

-And you're an expert, are you?

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I'm with children all day.

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-Maybe that's why you haven't got any patience left for your own.

-Ahem.

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So, that's it? We just have to put up with it.

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-Well, there are one or two things we could try.

-Like what?

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Try establishing more of a routine.

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Make the feeding times more regular.

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And if you can, ignore the crying at first.

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Yes, I've been through all this with the Health Visitor.

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Maybe Martin needs to hear it too.

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Then maybe he should've been here.

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What are you talking about?

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-You can always find time when it suits you.

-What?!

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And perhaps we should both try keeping a little calmer?

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Sorry, but do you actually have any children?

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-No, but...

-I see. Well, thanks for coming.

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We tried.

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-Thanks.

-I've tried. Thanks.

-And?

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You know Jimmi. He's not the most responsive person in the world.

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Like trying to get blood out of a stone.

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Well, you know what I think?

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I think deep down he's starting to realise...

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I'm sorry to interrupt.

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I've got a confession to make.

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Now?

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I don't think this is the time.

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-Or the place.

-All this business with Harrison -

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my affair with Harrison - has made me realise I've got a problem.

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-Yeah...

-And to overcome it, I need the help of my friends.

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The people whose opinions I trust

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and respect above all others, which is you.

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No, thank you. I'm fine.

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Why don't you have a seat?

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-I've got to get back to work.

-What's that?

-I'll see you later.

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They're just to help me sleep.

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So, why the big secret?

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-It's only for the next couple of weeks.

-And what about me?

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OK, fine. But when I get home.

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So what if I don't wake up for some reason, or I need some help?

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-Since when do you need any help?

-Typical selfish man. You're so weak!

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-It's just till I get through the play.

-Oh, really?

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Then what will it be?

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-The Christmas concert, football coaching?

-Yes, it's called my job!

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Just go, will you?

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What's the use? You never let me near her.

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-That's rubbish!

-Or yourself for that matter.

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-Oh, don't start all that again.

-Well, it's true.

-You're pathetic!

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BABY CRIES

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Look, why don't we just face it, eh?

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We started off wanting a family,

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now we've barely got a marriage.

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The fact is, year after year after year goes by,

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and I'm still the other woman.

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-That's not something to be proud of.

-You're not wrong.

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There has to be a pattern - a need, almost.

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Like any other addiction,

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the best way to deal with it, first, is to admit it.

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You don't get off that easy.

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You've hurt people. Families.

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By pretending to myself they didn't exist.

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How?

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Telling myself stories like, "He didn't love her anyway,"

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or, "They were splitting up in any case."

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No, you're not that stupid.

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OK. By telling myself that nothing else mattered except my fix.

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Of what exactly?

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Guilty pleasure?

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Borrowed self-esteem.

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Until, of course,

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I saw Fiona standing there, eight months pregnant.

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Yeah, I was there. There was no pleasure in that.

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-Karen, I know.

-It was terrible.

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And I shouldn't have been brought into the Mill, of all places.

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I know I'm in a position of trust.

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It was my own stupid, selfish fault, no-one else's, and I'm sorry,

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I really am...very sorry.

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"Unsex me here,

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"and fill me from the crown to the toe top-full

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"of direst cruelty!"

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Wow.

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I did it at school too.

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-Which part?

-Who do you think?

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What I'd really like right now, is some gateau from Chez Laurent.

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It is divine. I'd kill for it, so my plan is...

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Tell Zara.

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It's nothing really.

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Just babies, I guess, and parents.

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They do go on a bit.

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I don't feel qualified, somehow.

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I haven't got a prostate problem, but it doesn't mean I can't comment.

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It's different with kids.

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It's meant to be instinct.

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If you're a woman.

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I've managed up to now.

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-How, though?

-I suppose it's just about confidence.

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It's like acting. Half the time with babies, there's nothing very wrong.

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All the parents really want is reassurance.

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So you have to look them in the eye and take charge. How does it go?

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"Screw your courage to the sticking place." They lap it up.

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-Now, this...is a guilty pleasure.

-I'll say.

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You know...

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I've had moments...

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in my life that I'm not very proud of.

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Like?

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Like the toy boy that I brought back from Spain,

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-and a psychotic policeman.

-There's a lot of them about.

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But that's all in the past now.

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Even so, I shouldn't have been all holier than thou with you.

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No, I deserved it. Every word.

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Rory Spittles.

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At Flamingo's in Studley.

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He's got this huge fringe, white trousers, silver jacket.

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SHE GIGGLES

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Sleeves rolled up to here. Broke my boyfriend's heart.

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Which boyfriend?

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D'you know, I have no idea. I can't remember his name.

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THEY GIGGLE

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Hey, come on. To the new Elaine.

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I'll drink to that.

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And death by chocolate.

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(Death by chocolate.)

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# Twinkle, twinkle little star

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# How I wonder what you are. #

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There. You are such a good girl.

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DOORBELL RINGS

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Thank you, my angel.

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DOORBELL RINGS REPEATEDLY

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(Yes, I heard you.) BABY CRIES

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"Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow

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"Creeps in this petty pace from day to day,

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"To the last syllable of recorded time;

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"And all our yesterdays have lighted fools.

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"The way to dusty death.

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"Out, out, brief candle!

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"Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player

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"That struts and frets his hour upon the stage,

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"And then is heard no more.

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"It is a tale Told by an idiot,

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-"full of sound and fury..." Signifying nothing.

-BELL RINGS

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Thank you. And don't run!

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'What do you think you're doing?'

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-I'm sorry?

-'Sending that woman here.'

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What woman...?

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'That health visitor trying to barge in here whether she's wanted or not!'

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Well, to be honest,

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'I thought there were one or two problems that she could help you with.'

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-Like what?

-Like, the fact that you're not getting enough sleep

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and perhaps you're starting to feel down...

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'Are you stupid? I've never felt better!'

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-I'm sorry but...

-My child means everything to me. She's everything I've ever wanted.

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Yes...

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but there are still some issues with Martin.

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'So tell him that!'

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Shush, sweetheart.

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But no, it's not fathers who get snooped on and questioned all the time, is it?

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Or blamed for destroying the marriage just because they're too exhausted to have sex!

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-Lisa, I'm offering you my support here, not judgement.

-'Rosie, please...'

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And if you're not happy with the Health Visitor then we can see about...

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'Sorry?'

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I said, if it would help, we can always see...

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'Shut up, just shut up!'

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Lisa?

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BABY CRIES Shut up, just shut up!

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No, that's absolutely fine. I'll be glad to see the back of him.

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Don't try to tell me it's because his feelings have been hurt.

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-Tell him, will you?

-No, it's because Trent here's got better things to do. Hasn't he?

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-And forget about everyone else!

-D'you see what he's like?

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I don't know why I bother. I really don't.

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Will you just stop?

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I'm going as fast as I can.

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Please, Rosie. Please!

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BABY CRIES

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Good lunch?

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-Great thanks.

-It certainly took the edge off my alfalfa sprout salad.

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-I've been thinking.

-Have you Dr Granger?

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Yes. Don't get me wrong, your work here has been good.

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But in view of what happened here this morning, it might be better if you were to temp elsewhere.

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Wouldn't you agree?

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No, I'm quite happy here, thanks.

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I'm not asking you Lauren. I'm telling you.

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Perhaps I should have a word with Julia then.

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About some of those things you said when you were examining me

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-which you shouldn't have been doing in the first place.

-And what sort of things were they?

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All those questions about me and Kevin

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and the way you were touching me.

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I found it quite embarrassing, to be honest.

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Oh, dear. Don't you think I've had to deal with those harassment cases before?

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-I'm not surprised.

-Every time some sad, sick person wanders in

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-with nothing better to do with their life.

-Very inappropriate.

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It actually gets quite boring in the end.

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Watching you make a complete and utter fools of yourselves.

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Well, we'll have to see then, shall we?

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If Julia agrees?

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I swear, one day I'll swing for that little cretin.

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Trent Beasley. They've only pulled him out of the play.

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So now I've got a complaint to wade through and five days to find a new Malcolm!

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Lisa? Are you there?

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(Lisa).

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I'll be there directly.

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Right, I've got an appointment.

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Save some for me.

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In your dreams.

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-Do you mind?

-Is Lisa here?

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No, should she be?

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-She won't answer her phone and she's with the baby.

-You need to calm down.

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I found this in the bathroom. Empty!

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-What are they?

-Zolifex.

-We do need to find her.

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I thought maybe she'd answer if we call her from here.

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And how old is the child?

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Actually, Zara, no.

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I should do this.

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They're my patients and besides, you've got an appointment.

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You sure?

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OK, fine.

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I've tried everywhere I can think of.

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She's never done this before.

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Come with me.

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MOBILE RINGS

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-Hello?

-'Lisa, it's Dr Wilson.'

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Are you all right?

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Where are you, love?

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'Lisa.'

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With my mum.

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Can you make sure you rebook Mrs Abel.

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Fine. But could you just help me with this? I'm a bit confused.

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What's the difference between lewdness and lasciviousness?

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-In what context?

-Making a complaint against a doctor.

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Yeah, I can't seem to choose. There's unwanted physical conduct.

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-Or verbal. Or even non-verbal.

-Good luck with that.

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For example, would you say your behaviour was more offensive, abusive or intimidating?

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Or was it just sexual assault?

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-I pity you.

-There we go again.

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Inappropriate verbal conduct intended to be malicious or insulting.

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Is he all right?

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Oh, just Mrs Abel, you know what she's like. Bless Him!

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Please. One minute. OK?

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Are you all right? And Rosie?

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Lisa, what happened to those pills?

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Did you take any?

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-And what about Rosie?

-Well?

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-Where are they?

-Shh!

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What have you done with those tablets?

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-Why did you get them?

-She seems OK.

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Where are they?!

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See? He can't stand us, can he?

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Just wants to block us out.

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Lisa, please.

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And it's not just Rosie, it's me.

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-No, I don't think that's true.

-He hates me and our marriage.

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No, Lisa, I love you but I still need to know what you've done with those pills.

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Please.

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I flushed them away.

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Why?

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Because just for one minute.

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One minute. I thought I could've taken them.

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SHE BREATHES HEAVILY

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-D'you know? I could've learned so much from her.

-I'm sure.

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She was always so patient.

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And loving.

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The perfect mother.

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Unlike me.

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I'm sorry, but that's an easy thing to say.

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-No, she was.

-Especially when the person's not here any more.

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She missed Rosie by a year.

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How about your dad?

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He's a bit like Martin.

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He tries...

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Look at us, though.

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This isn't where we're meant to be.

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It's supposed to be the happiest time of our lives.

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You'll get past this, Lisa.

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No, it's not normal. It can't be.

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All the parents I see look so happy.

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Not all of them, believe me.

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Not behind closed doors.

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So what does that mean?

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I'm what, sick in the head?

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No, just exhausted.

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Just human.

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And what do you say to them?

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That it will get easier.

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Which is what I think your mum would've said to you.

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Think she's getting hungry.

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Come and see me tomorrow, yeah.

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Listen, I'm giving up the play.

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Handing it over. Spend a bit more time at home.

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Thanks, eh?

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Pleasure.

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MUFFLED GIGGLES AND DOOR OPENS

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Hello? You are never going to guess what I've had to put up with today from that Lauren creature.

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OK, first, she ropes me in to examining her.

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And I know what you're going to say but there's no way!

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She practically forced me, threatened to go home

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and here is this the best bit...

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-What's this? Cravings?

-Mmm.

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-We do own cutlery, you know.

-Sorry. What were you saying?

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It's OK.

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-No, really, what was it?

-Forget it.

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Daniel.

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Daniel!

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-Where is she?

-Who?

-Don't mess me about. Where is she?

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

-Devon.

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-Is she your girlfriend?

-She's my daughter, you know it.

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Al Pacino - Scent of a Woman

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Hoo-ha!

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THEY GIGGLE

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-That is impossible!

-Well, you'd better pull your finger out.

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People are relying on you, Immie, including your mum.

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Feeling out of her depth, can Freya convince a new mother it's okay to ask for help? Lauren's flirtation with Daniel takes a sinister turn, while Elaine hopes she can make amends with Julia and Karen.


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