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Zara champions true love. Harrison makes a last attempt to win back Elaine while Lauren continues to torment Imogen. Jimmi has a surprise visitor.


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RADIO PLAYS "JESUS TO A CHILD" BY GEORGE MICHAEL

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I'll pick you up around six. It's a good idea, this,

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bringing one of our cars, it's greener.

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Having a baby has made me think more about this eco stuff. Zara?

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-SHE SOBS

-It's all right.

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-What is it?

-It's the song!

-What?

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What's wrong with me? Turn it off!

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What is wrong with me?

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-We all cry, sometimes.

-At George Michael?!

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You're talking to the woman who giggled all the way through Titanic.

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It's natural. It's the hormones.

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Oh, great(!) That means I've got months of this to look forward to.

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Months and months. But it'll be worth it in the end, won't it?

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I'll see you tonight.

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It's not funny.

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It is!

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-You're never going to let me forget this, are you?

-No.

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I don't know why I agreed to do a life class.

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-Life class?

-Yeah, like drawing.

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Elaine has arranged for Karen and I to go with her.

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-Hmm, it might be fun.

-Ha! Dreary!

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A load of people trying to find their artistic side, and failing.

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I could always pretend to be ill and get out of it.

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Hmm. Is Cherry in today?

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No, she's at that course at St Phil's.

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Be careful.

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'Hi, this is Cherry. Leave a message. Bye.'

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BEEP Hey, it's me. Erm...

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I'll try you again later.

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I've ordered all this stationery.

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I want you to take it into the office and do a stocktake.

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-A stocktake?

-Yes. I want you to write down exactly what's there and then bring the list to me.

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-Problem?

-No.

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-Hi. Can I help?

-My name's Ali Mowbray. I need to see a doctor.

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-Today?

-This morning, if possible.

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Is it an emergency?

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Yes! I get these... LABOURED BREATHING

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-It's a panic attack. You should...

-Yes, I know what it is, thank you!

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Get on with what you're doing. I'll deal with this.

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Right. I want you to breathe into that.

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All right. This is Ali Mowbray, she's having a panic attack.

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Ali, would you like to come with me?

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Thanks, Lauren.

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I want something to make them stop.

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There must be something you can give me.

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A tranquilliser, not addictive, but strong enough.

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-How often is this happening?

-Too often. Pretty much every day.

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Panic attacks are usually caused by stressful situations.

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Do you know what's making you stressed?

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Because if you can identify it, minimise it, take back control,

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then usually there's no need for drugs.

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I've met someone - Joe.

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-OK.

-He's lovely. He cares about me.

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I think this could be serious.

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But...there's something I haven't told him.

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Do you want to give me a clue?

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PHONE RINGS

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Campus surgery, Lauren speaking, can I help?

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Lauren, it's Heston. May I speak to Imogen?

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Imogen's busy right now. Can take a message?

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'I've got a very important job for her. I'd like her to update'

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the QOF information on patients with heart conditions.

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'She's a bright girl, she can manage it.'

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'When do you need them by?'

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Today would be good. Any problems, she can give me a ring.

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I'll tell her. Thanks, Dr Carter. Bye.

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Hi. Can I help you?

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I'm sure you can.

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Would it be possible to see Dr Cassidy in the next hour or so?

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-I need to be somewhere by 11.

-I'll just check.

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She's got a drop in now, but I can fit you in 20 minutes?

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-Thank you.

-I love your watch. Is it designer?

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Yeah, it is - Michael Amadeo.

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-You've seen Dr Cassidy before?

-I have, many times.

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She's very...empathetic.

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She's into all that New Age-y stuff.

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It's great having a GP with such an open mind.

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Yeah, I like people who are open-minded.

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Well, I mustn't distract you from your work.

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Bit of a passion killer.

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How did this happen?

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I was into extreme sports.

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Rock-climbing, snowboarding, you name it - never got a scratch.

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I was on a motorbike with a friend, a lorry slammed into us. He was killed.

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I suppose you could say I was lucky.

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-When was this?

-Year and a half ago. It doesn't stop me doing much.

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I go swimming, I can drive, I can walk.

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I get those...phantom sensations in the place where it was.

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-It still itches.

-You've done amazingly.

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-I haven't told Joe. I don't know how to.

-And he has no idea?

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No reason he should. He hasn't seen me naked, yet.

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We haven't got that far.

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Tonight's supposed to be THE night.

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We're having dinner and then, you know, the rest.

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So he's going to find out even if I don't tell him.

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I haven't really been with anyone since the accident.

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I nearly had a one-night stand.

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This guy picked me up. Well, it was mutual.

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Went back to my place and...

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-And?

-He said I was a freak and a cripple and disgusting.

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That only a pervert would want to have sex with someone like me.

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-Then he left. Couldn't get away fast enough.

-What a total creep.

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-Yeah. Well, I did kind of spring it on him, as it were.

-That's no excuse.

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Whatever. He's long gone.

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But what if Joe reacts in the same way?

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I want to be honest with him, before we start taking off our clothes.

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And...I don't know how to do it.

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-A-hem.

-Lauren. This list...

-Never mind that, I've got another job for you.

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Heston wants you to update QOF information on all the patients

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with high blood pressure and other related health problems. You do know what QOF is?

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Yeah, but I've already done that. I did that about a month ago.

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Well, he wants you to do it again. It's not urgent he says, just by the end of the week.

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-I might give him a ring and check.

-Dr Carter's very busy, Imogen.

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Anyway I'm your line manager, anything you want to know should go through me.

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-Fine. I'll get on with it.

-Thank you.

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I've never really had relationships before.

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-At all?

-Didn't want them. I was footloose and fancy free. If you see what I mean.

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Women aren't supposed to do that, are they?

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Enjoy the sex and then just move on.

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We're always supposed to want emotion and romance, and I never did.

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Until you met Joe?

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I never thought I'd say this, but...

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I've found this one guy I might want to spend the rest of my life with.

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It's weird, but it's...

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right.

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-I know what you mean.

-I can't lie to him,

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or turn off the lights and hope he doesn't notice.

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So...

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Be honest with him. It's only fair.

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If he's worth it, he'll be able to accept it.

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If he's not able to accept it, he's not worth bothering with.

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I know. I just needed to hear someone say it.

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He works at the university, he's an administrator.

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I'm going to have lunch with him and tell him the truth.

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I could prescribe you some drugs for the short term,

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but I don't think you need drugs to get through this.

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-Good luck.

-I'll need it.

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Hi.

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What are you doing here?

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I had to see you.

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If you're genuinely ill, I suggest you see Dr Carmichael.

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If you've just come to try and talk me round, you're wasting your time.

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I did come to try and talk you round.

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There's no point. I've already told you, our relationship is over.

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I had hoped you'd respect that.

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You're right. I'm sorry.

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I shouldn't be putting you in this position,

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or using up time you should be spending with your patients. I'll go.

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-What are you doing for lunch? You do have a lunch hour?

-Yes.

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-Come for a walk with me.

-Harrison...

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Just a walk. Not lunch, not drinks, not a date.

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Come on. Let me show you out.

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You don't trust me? SHE LAUGHS

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No. Not a bit.

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-PHONE RINGS

-Hello.

-Hi, Heston. It's Imogen.

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Imogen, what can I do for you?

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It's about those QOF reports you wanted.

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They're on patients with blood pressure-related problems?

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-No, heart conditions.

-Oh.

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-That's not what Lauren told me.

-Must have got lost in translation.

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-Obviously.

-And if I can have those today.

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Yeah. Sure that will be fine.

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Thanks. I knew I could rely on you. Bye.

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Two-face conniving cow.

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-What you doing?

-That report that Heston wanted.

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When you've finished, give it to me and I'll pass it on to him.

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-I can just email it straight over to him.

-You're not listening, Imogen. You send it to me!

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CALMING MUSIC PLAYS

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MUSIC STOPS

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I'm just going for a walk. I need some fresh air.

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-Thanks for the advice(!)

-Excuse me?

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I told Joe everything and he walked away, didn't say a word.

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I reckon he's dumped me, only he didn't even say that.

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I shouldn't have told him!

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-I don't know what this is about, but can I help?

-What use would you be?

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I don't want any help from any of you, thanks. She's done enough.

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I'm sorry. I never claimed to be a relationship counsellor.

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And if your boyfriend's an immature idiot, that's hardly my...

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I just thought if I told him, everything would be fine.

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And now everything's ruined.

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-What was all that about?

-Zara?

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-It's all right. It's nothing.

-Some people...

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She's upset. I'll go and talk to her.

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Zara?

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-I'm OK.

-You're upset.

-I'll live.

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It's not the first time I've had a run-in with a patient.

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It's more than that. You look terribly tired, I've noticed for a while. Is everything OK?

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-Yes!

-Anything I can do?

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I doubt it.

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Sure? Herbal tea? And maybe a talk?

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Look, I haven't got time to sit around on a beanbag thinking beautiful thoughts.

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I'm partly responsible for this mess, so it needs to be me that sorts it out.

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Cherry? It's me.

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Jimmi, I can't really talk. My workshop's about to start.

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-We have to talk at some point. Sort things out.

-Yes. I suppose we do.

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What time do you finish? Maybe you could come round. I'll cook some dinner.

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-No, I'm not going to the house.

-We'll go out then.

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-I don't want to go to some busy pub.

-'Well, what do you suggest?'

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Why don't we meet on neutral ground?

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Is The Mill neutral enough for you?

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Yes.

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Fine, come round when you've finished. We can chat, yeah?

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OK. Jimmi, I've got to go. I'll speak to you later.

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The only reason I'm here is to convince you it's over.

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I'll listen to everything you have to say, but will you hear me out first?

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I never wanted to hurt Fiona, and I have.

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I'd hurt her a lot more if I went on lying to her, or tried to make her

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-stay in a marriage that we both knew was over.

-Your child?

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Our child shouldn't have to be brought up by parents who don't want to be together.

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Look. Everything's out in the open.

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I've left Fiona and I can't go back.

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I don't want you to abandon your wife.

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It makes me feel even more guilty.

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Actually, if you must know, she left me.

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Why did you say...?

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It's humiliating for me!

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So you lied! Even now, you can't be honest with me!

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OK. No more lies.

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This is the unvarnished truth.

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Ever since she left, I've been doing a lot of thinking.

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I'm not... I'm not proud of the things I've done.

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Nor me.

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I've been trying to use my instincts.

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That's one of the things you've taught me.

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And when I do, when I think about what it is that I want for the rest of my life...

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..I'm always coming back to the same answer.

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I want to spend it with you.

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-Are you Joe?

-Yes. Who are you?

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I'm Dr Carmichael from the Campus Surgery.

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-You're the doctor Ali talked to?

-Yes.

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She's very upset.

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She told you about...erm...

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It's a bit of a bombshell, you've got to admit.

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It hasn't been wonderful for her either.

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She lied to me.

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Well, she didn't tell me everything.

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No. But she was scared.

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And what have you done? You've gone and left her, which is exactly what she was scared of.

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Look, I can't believe I'm saying this...

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but looks aren't everything.

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-Surely it's who you are on the inside that matters?

-It's not just about the thing,

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the foot, although that's a lot to get your head around.

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You can't get your head around her foot?

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You know what I mean. It's the secrecy.

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This always happens to me. Always.

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You're kidding.

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You mean, every previous girlfriend you've ever had has turned out to be an amputee?

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It's not funny! Do you normally talk to your patients like this?

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You're not one of my patients.

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What I mean is...

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Secrets.

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I went out with this other girl, Michaela.

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She got pregnant.

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She didn't want it, she got rid of it, and never said.

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Never even discussed it with me.

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I wouldn't have known, except one of her friends thought I had a right to know, and told me about it.

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That was a horrible thing to do.

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Now it's happened again.

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I meet a lovely girl, we get together, and it turns out she's not the person I thought she was at all.

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This isn't the same.

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-You're not the only one who's been thinking things over.

-And?

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I've decided I have some very self-destructive tendencies.

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What do you mean? Like what? Lion-taming? Class A drugs?

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My taste in relationships.

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You mean by...

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by choosing me that's bad for your health?

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I'm drawn to men who don't make me happy.

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Elaine, I'd do anything...

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You said you'd hear me out.

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I choose men that are wrong for me.

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You mean, even if you want me that means you shouldn't?

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Yes. If you like. There's a pattern in my relationships,

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-you're part of it, and that's what I want to change.

-So you do want me?

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What I want and what I need are two different things.

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I've decided I need to stay away from men altogether,

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at least for a while.

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Have I put you off that much?

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History doesn't always repeat itself, you know?

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This time, this relationship, you and me, it would be different.

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You've got to give that a chance.

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What did you make of Ali before you knew about all of this?

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Beautiful. Fantastic. Out of my league, to be honest.

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And what's different now? She's still the same person.

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It's not like your previous girlfriend.

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It's not about something she's done to you.

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But now I'm thinking, what else hasn't she told me?

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-Why should there be anything else?

-There could be!

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That's the trouble. How do I know?

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You don't.

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I wasn't going to get involved with anyone after Michaela.

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Then Ali's company had a function at the university

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and the minute I saw her...

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And you're really going to throw all that away?

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A-hem.

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It wouldn't work. We're both too complicated.

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We'd end up making each other miserable.

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No, you'll feel differently.

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I won't. And I don't want you hanging round, on the off-chance.

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You've got a wife - ex-wife -

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and a new baby. They should be your main priority now.

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I know what my priorities are, thank you.

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Harrison, I don't want to hurt you. But I need a clean break.

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-I should be getting back.

-You'll be all right.

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Yeah.

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Take care.

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-Do you need anything? Can I get you anything?

-I'm not a cripple.

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You rushed off, so I thought I'd better come and find you, see if you were dumping me.

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-But then I heard what you said.

-Are you OK?

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So, to sum up, you can't live without her

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and you're having panic attacks at the thought of losing him.

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-Panic attacks?

-I thought you'd be disgusted when I said...

-No!

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I'd never have guessed. You don't limp at all.

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-Why should I limp?

-Well, you know... With...

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I don't limp, I don't use crutches, I don't have a cane.

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Wearing heels is tricky and I've had to give up my dream of being a ballet dancer.

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-You're so brave.

-I'm not brave.

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I didn't have a choice.

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Look, if all you're going to do is be sorry for me...

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-Well done, Joe. You opened your mouth and put your foot in it.

-SHE LAUGHS

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That isn't funny! How can you laugh about that?

0:20:230:20:26

Practice. I've heard all the jokes.

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Made most of them myself.

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And all the unfortunate comments about putting your best foot forward,

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standing on your own two feet... HE LAUGHS

0:20:360:20:38

I'm still... it takes a bit of getting used to.

0:20:380:20:41

Yeah. It does.

0:20:410:20:43

I'm not dumping you. I wouldn't.

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For goodness sake!

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You both love each other. You both want this to work out.

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What's the problem?

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Erm...there's something I haven't told you.

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That you've seven other wives and hordes of children?

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No. It's not about someone else.

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It's just...

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-something physical about me.

-What?

-I was going to tell you.

0:21:120:21:17

Look...

0:21:170:21:19

-What?

-Oh, I see.

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I've, um...

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I've got a third nipple.

0:21:270:21:28

You can hardly see it.

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Just think you could be a Bond villain. Mr Scaramanga.

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Some women... It freaks them out.

0:21:360:21:38

I'm not some women.

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I know. So...

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Well...

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That's it from me.

0:21:480:21:50

Have you got any other secrets?

0:21:500:21:53

My nan's recipe for Christmas pudding.

0:21:530:21:55

Come here.

0:21:560:21:58

-Does that mean dinner's back on?

-Yeah.

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And the rest.

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If you want.

0:22:050:22:07

Well. I'll just...

0:22:120:22:14

Don't mind me.

0:22:150:22:18

No need to thank me.

0:22:180:22:19

Oh, for goodness sake!

0:22:190:22:21

Imogen, just the person I was looking for.

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I've done that report for you.

0:22:270:22:29

-Hello, Dr Carter.

-This is excellent.

0:22:290:22:32

-You've done a very thorough job, just what I wanted.

-Is that the report I asked you to do?

0:22:320:22:36

The report that Heston wanted, yeah.

0:22:360:22:40

-You gave it directly to Dr Carter?

-At my request.

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I've emailed it as well, Lauren. I copied you in on it.

0:22:430:22:47

-Problem?

-No. Only I'm your line manager, so it should have gone through me.

0:22:470:22:51

Come on, Lauren! There's enough bureaucracy in the world without creating any more. I'll be off.

0:22:510:22:56

Elaine, you look radiant.

0:22:560:22:58

-Thank you.

-See you soon, ladies, and thanks again, Imogen.

0:22:580:23:02

-It's my pleasure.

-Imogen, I had no idea you could be so sneaky.

0:23:020:23:07

Harrison! Hi.

0:23:130:23:16

Do you jog a lot?

0:23:160:23:18

As often as I can.

0:23:190:23:21

Why?

0:23:210:23:22

How far do you run?

0:23:220:23:25

I try and do at least five miles.

0:23:250:23:27

That's great. Impressive.

0:23:270:23:29

Yeah.

0:23:290:23:31

-Listen, if you're in the middle of something, don't let me disturb you.

-You're not.

0:23:310:23:37

-I just wanted to ask you something.

-What?

0:23:400:23:42

That day's work experience with you was fascinating. I learnt a lot.

0:23:420:23:46

It really had an effect on me. I've even changed the focus of my dissertation.

0:23:460:23:50

-You want to observe some more?

-Yeah.

-That was a...

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a one off. A favour for your dad.

0:23:530:23:56

I'm not really in the business of babysitting students.

0:23:560:24:00

You wouldn't have to. I know all the protocols, you made sure of that.

0:24:000:24:04

I just want to study the process more, the way you piece everything together...

0:24:040:24:09

You think pandering to my ego is going to help you?

0:24:090:24:13

Worth a try.

0:24:130:24:14

Your timing couldn't be better.

0:24:180:24:21

Give the office a call, we'll fix something up.

0:24:210:24:24

Thanks. Thanks a lot.

0:24:240:24:25

Hey. How are you doing?

0:24:280:24:31

Oh, OK.

0:24:310:24:33

This life class thing.

0:24:330:24:37

How long do you think it might go on for because I've got to...

0:24:370:24:41

Elaine? Hello?

0:24:410:24:44

-Sorry, I'm miles away.

-You OK?

0:24:440:24:47

-Harrison turned up. Asked me back.

-What?!

0:24:470:24:51

I hope you told him where to go.

0:24:510:24:53

Actually, I nearly said yes.

0:24:530:24:55

-Tell me you didn't.

-It's tempting.

0:24:550:24:57

I mean, he's single now. Well, separated.

0:24:570:25:00

It's hard. Like kicking a bad habit.

0:25:000:25:04

I need to take my mind off him.

0:25:040:25:06

Which is why I'm so looking forward to that life class.

0:25:060:25:10

Yeah, me too.

0:25:100:25:13

-I've told Julia I'll lock up.

-Working late on a glorious evening like this?

0:25:140:25:19

-I've got stuff to do.

-I'm going home to study my recitative.

0:25:190:25:23

I don't believe it. You championing romance and true love and living happily ever after?

0:25:250:25:31

Well, it works. For some.

0:25:310:25:35

-Your hormones must be in overdrive.

-It's nothing to do with my hormones!

0:25:350:25:39

It is. This.

0:25:400:25:43

You, us, the baby.

0:25:430:25:47

It's changed my whole attitude to some things.

0:25:470:25:52

I didn't realise how much until today.

0:25:520:25:55

-Come here.

-I am not going to cry.

-Shh.

0:25:550:25:57

Oh, this is terrifying! I'm turning into Cherry.

0:25:570:26:03

Your boobs have got a way to go.

0:26:030:26:05

SHE LAUGHS

0:26:050:26:07

If I start wearing pink, shoot me.

0:26:070:26:11

Come on.

0:26:240:26:25

Hello, Jimmi.

0:26:280:26:30

Eva.

0:26:330:26:35

Is it normal?

0:26:450:26:47

-From what I can tell. Why?

-It doesn't matter.

0:26:470:26:50

I have to have an abortion.

0:26:500:26:52

I cook for her. I wash her clothes. I make sure she studies.

0:26:520:26:56

This isn't about you.

0:26:560:26:57

You look good.

0:26:570:26:59

You too.

0:26:590:27:01

-Get off me!

-I know you're seeing someone else!

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What is going on here?!

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