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Bren wakes up and, whilst Ayesha wants her to move in, Tyler is keen to talk to her alone. Mrs Tembe helps a student find somewhere to live.


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Oh, hello.

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Good morning. Oh, you have a postcard!

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Though it's more like a telegram, the way Emily writes.

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It looks like she is having a good time.

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Hmm.

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Now, I wondered if you had a fluted baking tin?

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I looked at mine this morning and it has a dent in it.

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Well, that won't do for your baking competition.

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-What size do you need?

-Uh, 12 inches?

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I'm pretty sure I've got one. Come in.

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-Would you like a cup of tea?

-Oh, yes, please. Thank you.

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So...how long do you expect Emily to be away?

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Well, I was expecting her home by now.

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If I'd known she was going to be gone for good,

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I might have got a lodger in.

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For good? So how long has she extended her visa?

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She was applying for a four-year visa last time we spoke.

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It seems there's a shortage of nurses in Western Australia too.

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-Ah, I see.

-GILL CHUCKLES

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She took her time to leave home,

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but she's well and truly flown the nest now!

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I expect she'll fall in love and...get married.

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-Will this do?

-Oh, that is perfect.

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AND it is nonstick!

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GILL LAUGHS Do you take milk?

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Yes, please.

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Uh, this is the competition.

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Oh.

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Well, my mixer broke last week, so this is perfect timing.

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Really?

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Oh, I wanted to buy

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one of those pasta machines!

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Well, the competition is only open to students and staff

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at the university.

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I had to apply for special permission to enter myself.

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Special permission? Well, well...

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I guess we'll never know if my orange polenta cake

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beats your Mary Berry cherry cake.

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No doubt we will get another chance.

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COMPUTER CHIMES

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COMPUTER CHIMES

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You know I won't be able to help you set it up?

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We are so busy today, I'm already behind.

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Well, I will be able to manage. Oh, be careful!

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-Sorry, sorry. Here, let me take it.

-Thanks.

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-Where do you want it?

-Just in there. Thank you.

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-Hello again.

-Hello.

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We, uh, we met when you came to my church,

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our regular organist was off ill.

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Ah, yes, and you baked that delicious cake for morning tea.

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Indeed. Bend your knees.

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SHE SIGHS

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Right, well, thank you very much for that.

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-Is that a keyboard?

-Well spotted.

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I'm quite musical myself.

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In fact, Ricky Delaine commented that my voice had gravitas.

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-Ricky Delaine?

-Yeah!

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-Are you on tour?

-No, no, I wish I was.

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I'm studying music - or I WAS studying music,

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-I'm going home with my tail between my legs.

-Oh?

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I haven't found a job or a place to stay this year,

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and I've been sleeping on couches for weeks.

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Doesn't the university help with accommodation?

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They do in your first year, but then you're on your own.

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What about an emergency loan?

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It's just more debt, isn't it? Just piling it on, and for what?

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Well, you never know where your passions might lead.

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I know I'm not good enough to be a professional, and...

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none of the big music schools took me.

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Well, that is no reason not to continue.

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No, I believe that every talent, no matter how minor,

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-then it should be developed.

-Mm.

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Me too. But I can still play,

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and no-one's going to stop me from studying on my own.

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-Neil Brown?

-Me.

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Oh, you can leave that there. I'll look after it for you.

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Thank you, I appreciate that.

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Aww, poor boy.

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What's the world coming to if music is a luxury the young can't afford?

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All the arts are under attack, and it is up to us to save it.

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That is why I am starting the library

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that YOU are so reluctant to support.

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No. At a time like this, we should all do our bit.

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Well, I just wish I could offer that young man somewhere to stay.

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You do have a spare room.

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Yeah, but Geoffrey doesn't like strangers.

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He would behave appallingly.

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What about you?

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I'd like to make an appointment to talk to the vice-chancellor.

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Well, it's of a personal nature.

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Yes, I can hold.

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They call it "home-sharing".

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It is like having a lodger, but they do things for you in kind.

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For example,

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they would clean your house once a week.

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In my experience, young men aren't much good at cleaning.

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Or he could do your shopping.

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Oh, I wouldn't mind someone to drive me these days.

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Well... They are usually there only during the term time.

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But that means you will have your house to yourself

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during the holiday.

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Well, now that I know that Emily's not coming back...

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..the house does feel a bit empty.

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That is why I thought of you!

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When she returns, she can move straight back in.

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No, this is perfect for your situation.

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Well, I'm happy to think about it.

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The thing is, we are in a bit of a fix.

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He will have to abandon his studies if we cannot find somewhere

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for him to stay today.

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But I haven't even met him.

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He is a lovely boy, studying music, very helpful.

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I am sure that he can provide references.

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Why don't I bring him round to meet you?

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Well, there's no time like the present, is there?

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Wonderful.

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Well...bullying. Online harassment.

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Of course by other students,

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that's why I want the vice-chancellor to deal with this!

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Yes, I can hold.

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-Now, do you drive?

-Absolutely.

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Well, if this works out with Mrs Parling,

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she would like you to drive her occasionally.

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Now, she drives a manual.

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Oh, that's fine. I'm a farm boy, I can drive anything.

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Tractors, vans...

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And you understand that this is on a trial basis?

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Of course.

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Mrs Parling would like to see you at 11.30.

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I will come with you just to introduce you.

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-I think we should leave in about 40 minutes?

-Sure.

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Well, why don't I assemble this for you while I wait?

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One good deed deserves another.

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That is very kind, thank you.

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Allen key?

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RECORDED MESSAGE: 'All great achievements start with a vision.

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'For over 100 years,

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'our students have forged theirs here,

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'going on to change lives for the better.

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'University of Letherbridge.'

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'Hello?'

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Yeah, hello.

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But why should I have to go to student services for a referral?

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Do you not believe what I'm saying?!

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Go online and look for yourself, it's all there!

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Oh, stuff your procedures!

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COMPUTER CHIMES

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COMPUTER CHIMES

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-You have a lovely house, Mrs Parling.

-Oh, please, call me Gill.

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OK. Gill.

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It looks like you like to cook, do you?

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I do, and you?

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Well, I bake a mean chocolate cake!

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Really?

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Well, perhaps a better way to get to know each other would be

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-to do something together.

-Yeah, sure.

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Neil's at the university that's running your baking competition,

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-isn't he?

-Yes.

-The Refugee Relief Fund.

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Is that tonight?

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Uh, yes, but I think you needed to have registered in advance.

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Oh, I'm sure it will be fine.

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The entrance fee's for charity, isn't it? So why not?

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Oh, it says entries are still open.

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GILL GASPS

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I bake a fantastic orange cake.

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Well, uh, perhaps Neil would like to stick

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to the chocolate recipe that he is used to.

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Oh, no, no, no, no. I'm totally up for learning something new. Yeah.

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Ah, great.

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Tea?

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MACHINES BLEEPS STEADILY

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Morning.

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Hey. Mum woke up.

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Really? That's great.

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-Did she talk?

-Yeah. She was actually pretty lucid.

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What did she say?

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She still doesn't know how she got here, or what happened,

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that's still a blank.

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She said she'd been dreaming about this stray cat we took in once.

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We called her Love-Sponge.

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Right.

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She was asking after Karl, she's so proud of how well he's doing.

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Hey. There's something I wanted to talk to you about.

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What?

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Let's get some air first, yeah?

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It's still clear.

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Don't panic, it will bubble away for a moment or so

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before it turns brown.

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-I just don't think it's hot enough.

-It is!

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I'll need that cup of flour now.

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-Oh...

-What?

-You didn't sift it!

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-It's OK, I never sift.

-It won't rise!

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HE EXHALES I'll have to start again now.

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It's burning, it's burning!

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What a waste!

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OK. What's up?

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OK...

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I know this is really uncool, what with Bren

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sort of being your outlaw mother-in-law and all that...

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but I was wondering if, when she's discharged...

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..if she could come and stay in our spare room?

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I know, and I'm sorry to ask,

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but what chance has she got on her own?

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Trying to go cold turkey in a shelter?

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We're family, right?

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Yeah. We are.

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And it's not just for her, it's for me as well.

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All of this has been eating away at me,

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not knowing if she's in a gutter, or being beaten up, or worse.

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It would just mean a lot to me if I knew she was safe.

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Of course it's OK. Everybody needs a home.

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Thank you. What I did do to deserve you?

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We might need to get some things to make it nice.

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Pillows, bedsheets.

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I'll go after work. Maybe even a bedside lamp.

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No, you're busy, I'll go.

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She'll sleep for hours yet anyway.

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-Mrs Tembe.

-Ah.

-It-It's not going to work.

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It was a nice idea, helping the lad out, but...

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everything he did irritated me!

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Would you like me to talk to him?

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Perhaps a gentle word in the right direction...

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We couldn't even bake a cake together.

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He couldn't spare me his ideas about what I was doing wrong.

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I-I don't think I could live with that.

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I shouldn't have rushed into it.

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I thought it might be a bit of fun, but I'm too old for this.

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I'm already exhausted by this morning!

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Well, at least you gave it a try.

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And perhaps I got a little carried away earlier.

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A lodger is not a replacement for a daughter.

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No.

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Would you mind telling him?

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-No, of course. No, that is my responsibility.

-Thank you.

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I'm never going to get this ready in time.

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SHE STRAINS

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Hiya, Bren.

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I'm glad you're awake.

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I wanted to talk to you.

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About Ayesha... and what's best for her.

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CAMERA PHONE CLICKS

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DOOR CLOSES

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Well, so much for young men not being good at cleaning.

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Just thought it might help smooth things over a little bit.

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Our co-operative effort didn't go too well.

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No.

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There is no easy way to say this, but Mrs Parling does not feel

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that sharing her house will work for her.

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Oh.

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But I would like you to come and stay with me -

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or I could book a bed-and-breakfast.

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Erm...I think I might catch the last train.

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Oh, no. Actually, I was hoping that

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you could take the cake out when this goes off.

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You could bring your clothes over.

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SHE SIGHS

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What do you think?

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Yeah, OK, sure.

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I think Gill is having a nap. I'll stay here till she wakes.

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I'm not sure how you lock the house and...

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That is very considerate of you.

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I really have to go. I need to get to work.

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But I will sort the cake out when I get back, and...

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then we can have a nice little chat, hm?

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DOOR OPENS AND CLOSES

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HE PLAYS CLASSICAL TUNE

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TIMER BUZZES

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Oh, hello.

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Sorry, I hope I didn't wake you.

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No, your playing was lovely.

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Thanks.

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Did Mrs Tembe...?

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Yes, she did. It's fine, I understand.

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Sharing your home is a big deal.

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I've got to go and take out Mrs Tembe's cake out of the oven.

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Of course, go ahead.

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-How did it turn out?

-I don't know. Should I tip it out?

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-I would.

-Mrs Tembe didn't say.

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If you leave it in too long, it might brown, or stick.

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I'm not sure, perhaps...

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Now, if you use one of these...

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you need to put the plate on top like that.

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-Mm-hm.

-You need the cloth again because it's still very hot.

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Put the cloth on top and then hold it underneath the tin.

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Right, now, what you've got to do is,

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you've got to flip it over really quickly, OK?

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That's it.

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Now, take the cloth out from underneath...

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Mind, the tin's still hot.

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Now lift the tin off.

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-Ho-ho.

-Yeah! Well done!

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Look at that texture! There's little bubbles on the surface.

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Oh, it smells beautiful.

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FIRE ALARM BLEEPS

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That's mine!

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Well, take it out of the oven before it burns more!

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HE COUGHS

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Oh, it's totally beyond saving!

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No, let's have a go, anyway.

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BOTH COUGH

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Here. There you are.

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-How long was it in for?

-It's my fault, I...

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turned it up to the max.

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Why?

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I was upset, when Mrs Tembe told me I couldn't stay.

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-Oh, I'm sorry.

-No, I'M sorry.

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It was spiteful of me, I just...

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No wonder no-one wants to live with me.

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Don't say that.

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No, I'm messing everything up at the moment!

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I dropped a tray of drinks at a pub trial last week,

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all of the household share interviews I've gone for

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have picked someone else,

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and now I have managed to turn your beautiful cake

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into a massive pile of charcoal poo!

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FIRE ALARM STOPS, GILL LAUGHS

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So far, 2017 sucks!

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Oh, Neil, you're a lovely, genuine young man.

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And you play the piano beautifully.

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Things will work out.

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What was it that made you change your mind?

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Seriously, I need to know what it is about me that puts everyone off.

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Neil, it wasn't you, or...the cake.

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I'm too set in my ways to accommodate anyone else.

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I get irritated easily, and cranky when I'm tired.

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I like things done my way, and I'm too old to change.

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Well, I'm not too old to change.

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My daughter Emily always says it's either my way or the highway.

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Are you prepared for that?

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Hey? How are you feeling?

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Pretty rough.

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Better for seeing you.

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Look, I've had an idea.

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I've made up the bed in the spare room,

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and we want you to stay with us for as long as you want to.

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Tyler's family now, so it's OK.

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I got you some new bedsheets, and...

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Look, do you remember Lamby?

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SHE LAUGHS WEAKLY

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Yeah, I remember.

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It didn't matter how many times I told you it was a rabbit,

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it was still "Lamby".

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You'll do better if you stay with us, Mum.

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No-one can get clean on their own. You really need to do this.

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-You do WANT to do this, don't you?

-I do.

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But I'm tired, love.

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Yeah. You rest, Mum.

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You need to get your strength back,

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and we're going to give you a place to do that, OK?

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I'll go and get something to eat and I'll be back later.

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MRS TEMBE SIGHS

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Very nice.

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And how's today's other little project going?

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Oh, my cake.

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I have to phone and see how that has turned out.

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No, I meant housing our budding musician.

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Oh, not too good. Excuse me.

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-'Hello?'

-Hello? Eh, Mrs Parling.

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Your cake is perfect, if that's why you're ringing.

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No holes, no browning?

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No, it's an inspiration!

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Wonderful. And how is Mr Brown settling into my place?

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No, he's still here.

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He's sifting flour, exactly as I told him to.

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-Really?

-Yes, we're having another trial.

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If he can follow my instructions to the letter

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and bake a perfect cake, he can stay.

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Oh. So you're making another cake?

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Yes, so your mixer's not safe yet, Mrs Tembe!

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SHE CHUCKLES

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Well, I'd better get home and start on my icing.

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The orange glaze is a nice touch, very effective.

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Yes, Neil has done a fantastic job.

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Thank you, but really all I did was follow instructions.

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Well, there's a talent to that.

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Does this mean he has passed the test?

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With flying colours.

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Yes, but we're going to give it a two-week trial to start with.

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That's right, so don't get too big for your boots.

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There's a lot of rules to master if you want to live with me.

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Excuse me a moment, please.

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-Thank you for bringing us together, Mrs Tembe.

-You are most welcome.

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-She really wants that mixer.

-Oh, don't worry, we won't win.

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I'm just having a bit of fun.

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Vice-Chancellor! I need to talk to you urgently.

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About students at this university

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that are secretly photographing women

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they've had sex with and posting the pictures online.

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They call themselves "the League",

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and they keep tallies of their conquests,

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congratulating and patting each other on the back. It's sick.

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And these guys don't hold back on abusing the women, either.

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That's appalling.

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I was targeted, and I asked them to take the photos down

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and they wouldn't, so I tried to stand up to them

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and I got completely slated, so now it's time for the university to...

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OK, ju-ju-ju... First of all, what's your name?

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-Rosie.

-Rosie, this is a very serious matter.

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Have you reported this assault to the police?

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Well, no, it's not an assault, exactly.

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It's the way they post the photos afterwards.

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So you haven't informed the police?

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No, cos they're organising it from here,

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so it's the university's problem.

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And we are aware of problems such as this.

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You know this is going on?

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We know that the culture of revenge porn is a serious problem.

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It's not revenge porn. They plan it, it's a game for them!

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And I've ordered a task force to investigate.

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Well, how long is that going to take?

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How does that protect me now?

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Rosie, believe me, your safety is paramount.

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Have you contacted the counsellors at student services?

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No, I don't want counselling, I want them to be stopped.

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Are they ready?

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Rosie, I'm on your side here.

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Improving the safety of women on campus

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is my number one priority, but right now,

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I have to announce the winner of the competition.

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So, Rosie, will you promise me you will make an appointment

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to see the university student services?

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I want you to make an example, expel them!

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And that may be the action that the university takes,

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but I can see that you are hurting, Rosie.

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Right now, you need to take care of yourself.

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Will you please promise me you will see the university counsellors?

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Look, I-I really have to go now, Rosie.

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But I'm taking this on as my responsibility

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so you can focus on getting back on track.

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Please, see the counsellors, OK?

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APPLAUSE

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Now, before I announce the winner, I would just like to thank everyone

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who entered or bought cakes this evening.

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These fantastic cakes are not only raising money for refugees,

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they're also generating goodwill

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and turning up the heat on this important issue.

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If I can just...

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open the envelope.

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LAUGHTER

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And the winner of the University Refugee Relief Bake Off is...

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a student at the university - Neil Brown!

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With his orange polenta cake. Neil?

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Neil, where are you?

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Neil, is that you? Neil, come on up!

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Come on.

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Congratulations, Neil, well done.

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All of these wonderful prizes are yours to take home tonight.

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It was a very close call, ladies and gentleman,

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and the judges especially wanted to acknowledge the work

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of the runner-up -

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Mrs Tembe and her marvellous cherry cake.

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Well done, both of you.

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Max!

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Oi!

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I think you should have the mixer, Mrs Tembe.

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What? Really?

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When you've found me such a lovely housemate,

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it doesn't seem right.

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Well, I wanted to win, but fair and square.

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Well, you did, in a way.

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Our cake was a joint effort.

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Really, we should have been disqualified.

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It wouldn't do Neil's reputation much good

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with the university.

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No. No, no, no, it would not.

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And you are right, you really should have been disqualified

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and I should have won.

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(You know...

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(I'm going to save your reputation,

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(and I am going to take the mixer.

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(No-one will be the wiser!)

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-So sorry, excuse me.

-Well done.

-Thank you!

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So happy.

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Did she...?

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What do you think you're doing?! Stop!

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Stop this right now!

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THEY GROAN

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It's worse than we thought.

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Nothing matches the anticipation of opening a book for the first time.

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All I get is a monthly allowance, and I get to live here,

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but only as a carer for the real owner.

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I want you to help me find the true figures.

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-You want me to spy on my boss?

-The boss who lied.

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Come on, you saw the state Rosie was in on Friday night.

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Bren wakes up and, whilst Ayesha wants her to move in, Tyler is keen to talk to her alone. Mrs Tembe helps a student find somewhere to live, whilst inadvertently giving her baking rival an advantage!