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Compulsion

Karen makes it her mission to cheer Adam up, but what he really needs is a reality check. Meanwhile, Mrs Tembe shows her manipulative side.


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# Give me joy in my heart, I pray

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# Give me joy in my heart Keep me praising

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# Keep me praising till the break of day

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# Sing hosanna, sing hosanna

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# Sing hosanna to the King of Kings

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# Sing hosanna, sing hosanna

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# Sing hosanna to the King

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# Give me joy in my heart Keep me praising

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# Give me joy in my heart, I pray

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# Give me joy in my heart Keep me praising

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# Keep me praising till the break of day

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# Sing hosanna, sing hosanna

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# Sing hosanna to the King of Kings

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# Sing hosanna, sing hosanna

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# Sing hosanna to the King. #

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Good morning, Dr Clay. Now, just to remind you about our meeting today?

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-Huh?

-At lunchtime.

-While Daniel and Zara are still away?

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-It is just a catch-up. Now, I have asked Dr Carter to join us.

-Why?

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Well, I think we can manage as normal without them.

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-Fine.

-Thank you.

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-Praise the Maker! ALL:

-Praise the Maker!

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And be of service in His name.

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Do your best, everyone.

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-Are you OK?

-Yeah, fine.

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Where are you today? Your outreach?

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-The university.

-Me, too.

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I think I'll join you today.

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-Are you ready, Mark?

-Yes, Julian.

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Are you sure?

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Praise the Maker!

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-BOTH:

-Praise the Maker!

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-Any sign of life?

-No, I've let him sleep.

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Hibernate, more like.

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Do you know, today I thought that I'd take another shot

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-at trying to cheer him up.

-How?

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-I don't know. Just try and get him to open up, you know.

-How are you going to do that?

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Go downtown, watch a film.

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Anything to get him out the flippin' house.

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Good luck with that.

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Thanks.

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Good morning. Would you like to hear some good news?

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-Have strength. Are you with us this morning, Mark?

-Sorry, Julian.

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Let me show you. Would you mind if I ask?

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-How many times have you smiled today?

-I don't keep count.

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But you have smiled? And what is it that makes you happy?

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-Does God make you happy?

-Not always, if I'm honest.

-And why is that?

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-Could you tell me?

-I really don't have the time.

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You don't have the time? For God?

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Mark?! He's bleeding!

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-OK, let me have a look.

-We can manage...

-I'm a doctor.

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-OK, right.

-Has this happened before?

-All the time.

-No, I'm fine.

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No, you're not!

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-Lizzy...

-OK, you need to come with me.

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-KAREN:

-'Adam...'

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SHE KNOCKS ON DOOR

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'Are you awake?

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'Can I come in?'

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So, listen, do you remember that

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film you were talking about way back when?

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Well I've booked us a couple of tickets.

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We're talking popcorn, the whole nine yards.

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Nah, you're all right.

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Oh, come on! We'll make a day of it. Bite to eat, bit of shopping,

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'spoil ourselves rotten.

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'Adam, you can talk to me.'

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'What about?'

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Anything you like!

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-PHONE RINGS

-Sorry.

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Yeah. Yeah, speaking...

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-Here we are. Mark...? Sorry, what's your last name?

-Hopwood.

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Mark Hopwood.

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Are you registered with us, Mark?

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-Are you a student?

-No, he's not.

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Right, in that case can I take some details? Date of birth?

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28th of August, 1995.

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-And address?

-Is all this absolutely necessary?

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-Yes, it is.

-Then you can contact us here. Through me.

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Would you like to come through?

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If you'd like to take a seat.

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DOOR SHUTS

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Yeah, no...of course. We just need to work out a time.

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OK? Yeah, good. Bye.

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Oh, wow... You hungry?

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-Who was that?

-Amanda.

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-She wants to see us tomorrow.

-What for?

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I suppose to work out what we're going to do next.

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Mum's going to get better. And then I'm going home. Simple.

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Why don't we talk about it when we go out and have something to eat?

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-Like what?

-You can have whatever you want.

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Burgers, pizza? Go on, go and get ready.

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-I could do pizza.

-Yay!

-Takeaway, though, yeah?

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SHE SIGHS

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Do you suffer from headaches?

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No...I just feel a bit weird sometimes.

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-How many times a day?

-Not every day.

-He's probably just overtired.

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Why don't you just have a seat over there?

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Have you eaten today?

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We have an excellent organic diet.

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-And I don't suppose drugs or alcohol are an issue?

-Need you ask?

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-How long have you been doing this?

-Five months.

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-What were you doing before that?

-I was here at uni.

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-Oh. What were you studying?

-Engineering.

-Engineering.

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-How do your parents feel about all this?

-He has a scratch on his head,

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-which you have now attended to...

-Could you just leave us alone, please?

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Mark?

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Thank you.

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-I need to arrange some blood tests.

-Why?

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-Blood sugar, thyroid, other things.

-Come on.

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-Why can't you let him just speak for himself?

-I speak for the Maker.

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Because He is the one that will heal him. And in time will heal us all.

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For the out tray, thank you.

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-Thank you very much.

-It's our pleasure.

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-Perhaps you'd like to read one of these?

-Thank you.

-Praise the Maker!

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Praise the Maker.

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(Well!)

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He wouldn't leave that boy alone for one second. "Follow the truth!"

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-What a lot of nonsense!

-Just filling their heads with mumbo jumbo.

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-Now, hold on one minute...

-Really, Mrs Tembe?

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I know he was a little abrupt.

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But until we know all the facts we should not mock their faith.

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Adam, it's here! Adam? Oh you're here. Come on, look see.

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I got a hot one, which I know you like. Ooh, hallo!

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And there's a meaty one.

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-And if there's anything we'll just have it tomorrow.

-Great.

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Unless, of course, Rob spots it first, and then you've got no chance.

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So I suggest that you fill your boots. Come on, get stuck in. Whoops.

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Cheers.

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No!

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Yeah. Hi, it's Karen.

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-Have you spoken to Rosie?

-Straight after this.

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Now, I would like to begin with a proposal.

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Five libraries have closed in our area and the council is

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looking at alternative ways of providing a book-lending service.

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So what's it got to do with us?

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Well, I thought we could have one at the Mill. Just a few books

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-on a trial basis.

-Why?

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Well, you know that I am always trying to raise our satisfaction rating.

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Yes, we're going to clog up Reception even more?

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It would be a wonderful way to engage with our community.

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Why don't we start selling coffee at the same time?

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-Oh, I think it would help promote thought and reason.

-Why's that?

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-Well, reading does have clinical benefits.

-Yeah, I know that.

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-There's the books-on-prescription scheme.

-What about hygiene?

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-Hygiene?

-A load of second-hand, dirty books floating all over the place.

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Oh. Hardly think that's an issue.

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-There would have to be quality control.

-Absolutely.

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I'd suggest modern classics. Some non-fiction...

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Why don't we just see what the other partners say?

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Oh, they cannot possibly mind.

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What, you think Zara's not going to mind us turning into a charity shop?

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I don't think it will do any harm.

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Dr Clay, it really would be on a trial basis.

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Now, the Well Woman Clinic.

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I have been thinking of changing the date.

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How are you feeling?

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-I'm fine now.

-Praise the Maker.

-Praise the Maker.

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I'm afraid I blame myself. I've been pushing you too hard.

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-No, that's OK.

-12 hours' outreach was a little too much.

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-I still didn't make the target, though.

-Let's pray for strength.

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Maker, heal my body and soul.

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Maker, heal my body and soul.

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Maker, heal my body and soul!

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Maker, heal my body and soul!

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-BOTH:

-Maker, heal my body and soul!

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Maker, heal my body and soul!

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-Maker...

-Heal my body and soul!

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-Shouldn't you be getting back to the group?

-Maker, heal my body and soul!

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Maker, heal my body and soul! Maker, heal my body...and soul!

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Oh, Sid. Thanks ever so much for coming.

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-It's no problem.

-Yeah, but you've given up your lunch.

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I didn't have anything planned.

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-There's loads of pizza, if you...

-So, where is he?

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-Upstairs, as always... There's no shifting him.

-Teenagers, eh?

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I've tried everything that I can think of.

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There's no getting through to him.

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It's like he's a completely different lad.

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-It's no wonder, though, is it?

-Yeah, but it's been weeks.

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And I was thinking, you being Jackie's GP,

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he might start to accept it if he hears it from you.

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-Fine, I'll give it a go.

-It's the first on the right.

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So you don't think books carry germs?

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Is that what you're trying to say? Or do you think it's my OCD?

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-Is that what you're saying?

-Not really.

-That's what it sounds like you're saying.

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-Good afternoon.

-Oh, good grief!

-Can I help you?

-We wondered if we could speak to you all for a moment?

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-No, thank you.

-Wouldn't you like to hear some good news?

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We've had enough good news today.

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Then perhaps we could leave you some of these? For your patients.

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-Certainly not.

-Would you like one?

-Not really.

-Please read it.

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-Would you like one, too?

-No, I'm fine, thanks.

-You're very kind.

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-Sorry, what's this?

-Praise the Maker! ALL:

-Praise the Maker!

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It's a shame, really, cos they're so impressionable at that age.

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Look.

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KNOCK ON DOOR

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How's it going?

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Smells great down there, doesn't it? Must be melted cheese.

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You just can't beat that smell, can you?

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Tell you what, there's one thing I won't understand, not in a million years.

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-Why would you put pineapple on a...?

-What do you want?

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-I just thought we could have a talk, mate.

-About what?

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You, I suppose.

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I'm good. So, is that it?

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-And there's your mum.

-What about her?

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-I'm not saying she's not going to get better...

-Course she is.

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..but it can take a long time to recover from a stroke.

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-Yeah, I know that.

-And then there's all the physiotherapy...

-So?

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So she's going to need full-time care for quite a while now.

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Nah. You don't know what she's like.

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-Adam, I've seen quite a lot of these cases...

-I don't care.

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-Would you just listen to me...?

-She is getting better!

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DISTANT SINGING

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Do you think you'll be safe in there?

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-Oh, I should think so. Just wait for my signal.

-What signal?

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-I don't know yet.

-What sort of signal...?

-And keep out of sight!

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Valerie. Stay calm.

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DISTANT SINGING

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Ah.

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Come on, come on...

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-You still here?

-Look, all I'm saying is...

-Yes, I heard.

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You need to start thinking about yourself. Your future.

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Why don't you speak to your social worker, eh? Or with Karen.

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-Work out a plan.

-No point.

-OK. Let's say you're right.

-I am right.

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Let's say you're right and that everything works out fine.

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-How long do you think that's going to take?

-I don't care.

-Six months?

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-A year, maybe?

-And...?

-So, what are you going to do for all that time?

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-Just hide yourself away up there?

-So what if I do?

-What about school?

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You're going to have to go back some time. And Karen and Rob?

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-What about them?

-Do you not think you need to talk to them?

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They deserve that much, don't they?

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They're the ones helping you out here. Mate, I know it's hard.

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But what do you think your mum would want you to do?

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Just sit round here feeling sorry for yourself?

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That's no good for anybody, is it? You or them. Adam...

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DOOR SHUTS

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# Sing hosanna, sing hosanna to the King. #

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Enjoy your meal, everyone. Let's keep it to 30 minutes. Mark,

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-how are you feeling?

-Fine...

-Excuse me.

-Would you mind?

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What are you doing here? I came to see my patient. Have a seat.

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I'm sorry but I will have to ask you to leave.

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-Have you had any more dizzy spells? Or headaches?

-No.

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-He's been praying. Haven't you, Mark?

-Mm-hmm.

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And as a result, he feels a lot better now.

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-Glad to hear it.

-Praise the Maker. Praise the Maker.

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Is that the signal? Heston? Heston?! Oh!

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-Have you had any mental health issues?

-How dare you?!

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-Anxiety, panic attacks? Depression?

-What are you implying?

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-I'm talking to my patient.

-Mark... Will you leave us now, please?

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-When I'm finished.

-Mark...?

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PHONE RINGS

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-Yes?

-You didn't answer my question.

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-Hello. Is that Julian Crawley?

-How can I help you?

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Well, I was reading one of your leaflets this morning.

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-Uh-huh.

-The yellow one. Temple Of Followers.

-I'm aware of it.

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-Yes, I found it very...informative.

-Thank you.

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-I'm very busy at the moment, so if you could...

-'I was just wondering if I

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'could find out a little more about your beliefs?'

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-Then perhaps you should come in and see us.

-'For example,'

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When you say that the Maker will lead you to the truth...

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-How did you get this number?

-..do you mean that quite literally,

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or is it more in the metaphorical sense?

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-MUSIC PLAYS THROUGH WALL

-Didn't make much of a breakthrough,

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-I'm afraid.

-So I can hear.

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-He just seems determined not to face it.

-And you explained about Jackie?

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Mm. As best I could.

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-What am I going to do, Sid?

-It's hard to say.

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Well, there must be something!

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Just give him time?

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Is that it?!

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Well, I made it pretty clear. So hopefully something got through.

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I still don't understand why you're here.

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My life was empty.

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You were at university, studying engineering.

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-Before He found me.

-"He"?

-The Maker.

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What do your family say?

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We're not allowed contact for the first six months.

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Why do you think that is?

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Mark, I know you're suffering.

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-Can I go now, please?

-And so does the girl you were with.

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Lizzy?

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And this Maker...

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-Is he a "he" or a "she", do you think?

-This isn't the time.

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Because I think that we do most of the making, don't you?

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I'm not here to judge you.

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I have bad thoughts about her.

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Bad thoughts?

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I have impure thoughts. All the time.

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I try to keep my mind pure,

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but it only gets worse. The harder I try and the more I keep praying...

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Which is why you have the panic attacks.

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-I'm very sorry...

-'Now, my neighbour, he thinks we all come from aliens.'

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I'm really sorry...

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-'Mr Williment. He lives three doors down.'

-I really must go now.

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But he is a bit odd, though, really.

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Apparently, he's got cameras in his hanging baskets.

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-Still, it takes all sorts, doesn't it?

-Goodbye.

-No, come back!

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-Bye.

-Come back!

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SHE SIGHS

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Come with me, Mark. Will you just leave us alone?

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-I'm just a bad person, I must be.

-You sound pretty normal to me.

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-I just want my mind to be clean!

-Such is the work of the Devil.

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-Well, it's called anxiety disorder.

-It's called evil!

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-Maker, heal my body and soul.

-The more you ignore this, the worse it will get.

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-BOTH:

-Maker, heal my body and soul. Maker, heal my body and soul.

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-Will you just stop?

-What is your solution? For him to turn his back on God?

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-Return to a life of sin?

-You can't just pray this away!

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Or stuff him full of medication, perhaps? Your poison!

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Mark, you have nothing to be ashamed of.

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-BOTH:

-Maker, heal my body and soul. Maker, heal my body and soul.

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Maker, heal my body and soul.

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'Maker, heal my body and soul.'

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-Is he all right?

-They're praying.

-But isn't there anything you can do?

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Not unless Mark wants me to.

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You care about him a lot, don't you?

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-Of course I do.

-I think he cares about you.

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But it's against the rules.

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We must not be distracted by worldly thoughts.

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-Our first duty is to the Maker.

-And the Maker is God?

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The Maker and God are as one.

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Is the Maker a man?

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He is God in human form.

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Is he celibate?

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No, the Maker has many companions.

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I don't know why God would want you both to be so unhappy.

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-And did you tell Mark that?

-Maybe you should tell him.

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Lizzy, go to your room.

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I never want to see you here again.

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I think that's very unlikely.

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I find your behaviour appalling.

0:23:390:23:41

-Well, the feeling is mutual.

-And you will be punished.

-In what way, exactly?

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"Let he who brings my followers to doubt be cast into the

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"eternal fires of Hell."

0:23:480:23:50

-One of the Maker's, I presume.

-Shame on you.

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-On you both!

-Well?

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-Did it work?

-I'm not sure yet.

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Maker, heal my body and soul.

0:24:040:24:06

Maker, heal my body and soul. Maker, heal my body and soul.

0:24:060:24:12

Maker, heal my body and soul. Maker, heal my body and soul.

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-Mark?

-Maker, heal my body and soul! Maker, heal my body and soul!

-Mark, stop.

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There's nothing to heal.

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I told you to go to your room.

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-Leave her alone!

-You wicked...

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-Don't listen to him, Lizzy.

-Don't you dare defy me!

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I'm sorry, Julian.

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Where do you think you're going? Get back here this minute!

0:25:030:25:07

Take one more step and you are lost to the Maker!

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Your lives will be as nothing! You will be turning your back on God!

0:25:130:25:17

You will never set foot in His house again!

0:25:170:25:20

You are walking away to the Devil! Get back inside. Go on!

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Cast these foolish disbelievers from your minds!

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They are nothing but weak and lustful!

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And they will burn in eternal hellfire!

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Get out of my sight. All of you!

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And don't you dare speak of this!

0:25:350:25:38

I pity you! All of you!

0:25:390:25:42

-Do you think we upset him(?)

-Only slightly(!)

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Dr Clay.

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I have contacted the council about the library idea.

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And I must say, they seemed very supportive.

0:26:010:26:04

-Right, was that before or after the meeting?

-I'm sorry?

0:26:040:26:07

-So did you do it on purpose?

-Did what?

0:26:070:26:09

Wait till Daniel and Zara were away to arrange all of this.

0:26:090:26:13

-No, of course not.

-What about Heston?

-I do not understand...

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Did you agree this with Heston before, you know?

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Dr Clay, it is just a few books.

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And I can assure you, it will be transformative.

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Guess who made it through the group stage.

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Didn't you ever play libraries when you was a child?

0:26:410:26:44

No, never.

0:26:440:26:46

-The, erm, photographs are back out there. I take it you know?

-Yeah.

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Well, I can see you are terribly burdened with your workload.

0:26:500:26:54

Well, the place was quiet.

0:26:540:26:56

Karen, let it go,

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# Let it... #

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No singing!

0:26:590:27:00

Karen makes it her mission to cheer Adam up, but what he really needs is a reality check. Meanwhile, Mrs Tembe shows her manipulative side and Jimmi is the unsuspecting victim. Heston is called upon to save the day when he encounters a troubled young man whose health is being compromised by a cult.