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Flickering Light

Zara confronts Daniel for not supporting her. Rob tries to bond with a new dad. Heston is called upon by a very ill teen to help make a life-or-death decision.


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SOUND OF HEARTBEAT

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I thought you were supposed to be at college.

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Study morning.

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So why isn't your head stuck in a book?

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Nappies. Mrs Hollins messaged. Told me to bring them round, soon as.

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We've got nappies coming out of our ears.

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Then why the text?

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Mrs Hollins would call it acting as a go-between,

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but I would call it interfering, only not to her face.

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-Whatever.

-Austin.

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-I'll swap you.

-What's that?

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That's a screwdriver.

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This one. This one's my favourite!

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You know they won't all fit on the tree?

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They will if...

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No way!

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Oh, it'll be so pretty!

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Yeah, until it drops needles everywhere.

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But I'll pick up every single one. Please, Mum!

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OK. You can have a real tree. But five foot, maximum.

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Oh, thanks, Mum. This is going to be the best Christmas ever!

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DOORBELL RINGS

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-I'll get it.

-He's early.

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I'd better warm that teapot.

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Look who's here.

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Oh, I'm so glad you could come. How's Ruhma?

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She's very good. She sends her love.

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Look what I found on the doorstep!

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I have no idea who it belongs to. Sorry it's late.

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Happy birthday.

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And I'm sorry we had to cancel last time.

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She, um, had a temperature.

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We couldn't risk exposing her to any bugs.

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Oh, it's brilliant! Thanks, Heston.

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And I expect you to name every part next time I see you.

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What, like the left ventricle, the mitral valve?

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Bravo.

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-Molly, love, why don't you go and fetch your new phone? You show Heston.

-OK.

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Don't rush, love.

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She's downloaded so many medical apps.

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She'll have access to more information than I had when I was training.

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So, what do you think?

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Love, he's only just got here!

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Heston, please. Has she got worse?

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HE CHUCKLES

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Where's Joe?

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Oh, he was having such a good time, it seemed a shame to spoil it.

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His breast stroke's really coming on, isn't it?

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You left him there?

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Yeah, his mate from down the corridor's with him, and PC Plod's watching him like a hawk.

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One of us should be there.

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Look, he needs time out to be a normal kid, to have some fun.

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He can have fun with his parents.

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Stuck in a hotel room under police protection?

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You know this isn't what I want.

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-Well, then, why don't you...?

-Why don't I what? Walk away?

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No-one would think any less of you.

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Look, I see how you try to make things normal for him,

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but he knows this isn't a holiday.

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And I see the way that he looks at you sometimes.

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It's like he's...

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It's like he's trying to take away the thing that's hurting his mummy.

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-Where are you going?

-To check on our son.

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But did you notice her ankles, the swelling?

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Well, to be honest,

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I was more interested in wishing her a happy birthday.

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She's exhausted all the time.

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Her breathing... I mean, just climbing the stairs is a real effort.

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Judith, we invited Heston, not Dr Carter.

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And if the swelling's fluid retention...

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Well, it could be a sign. When's her next check-up?

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Not for another week.

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Well, you could ask the hospital to bring the appointment forward.

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They know how acute her condition is.

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Is this it?

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Don't say that!

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No, there's no need to panic.

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-I found this American forum...

-Yeah, you sent me the link.

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And it's expensive, but we'd manage somehow.

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I wouldn't bother.

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The research is at an early stage. And, realistically,

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the only thing that's going to help Molly is a transplant.

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It's been two years. I mean, how much longer can she wait?

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Medium screw.

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-ROB SIGHS

-No, that's a large one.

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You know, it would be quicker if we did this together.

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I'm passing you the bits, aren't I?

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When are they going to get discharged?

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I don't know. Lily'll phone.

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Yeah. She's doing very well.

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She's a natural mum.

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Yeah. I knew she would.

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Yeah. Parenthood brings out the best in some people.

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Oh, but not me?

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I didn't say that.

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Typical copper. One look and you think you know me.

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PHONE RINGS

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Ah, the light of my life! Hi, love.

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How are you?

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How's it going? Do you really mean, is Austin here?

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No, he's not. Yes, of course he is!

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Don't know how I'd manage without him.

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All right, love. Speak to you later. OK, bye.

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This is all wrong.

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-Oh, yeah, and how many cots have you put up?

-None, but I've got eyes,

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and I ain't having my daughter sleeping in a death trap.

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Well, if you think you can do better.

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You're not really here to look at my phone, are you?

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Well...

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They sent you here to find out if my heart's failing.

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How are things?

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I've been more tired. Blood pressure's up.

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Ankles are swollen.

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And that could mean...?

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Terminal failure.

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PHONE RINGS

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Have you discussed this with your parents?

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-JUDITH:

-Hello?

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They don't need any more stress.

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Look, when my dad said about inviting you, I hoped we could talk.

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Do you want me to help break the bad news?

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Not exactly.

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-DOOR OPENS

-Molly.

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That was the transplant centre. A heart's become available.

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It's the right blood group. Matching tissue type.

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The transplant team has been scrambled.

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Oh, finally!

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Well, that's what I call a birthday present!

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Well?

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Well, he was having such a great time, I said he could have another half an hour.

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So we're fine?

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Fine?

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This time next week, I am going to be standing in the witness box, giving evidence.

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You said you weren't worried about that.

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I said I'd given evidence before, not in a murder trial!

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All right! Anything I can do to help?

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You can be in my corner.

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We're living in a hotel, Zara.

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You know, you cannot pretend that that is good for our family.

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I am doing this, with or without you.

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Yeah, course you are, cos all you care about's winning.

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OK, pyjamas, toiletries, medication. OK, we're all set.

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I'd better be going. Good luck.

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Only a few more hours.

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I've looked everywhere. She's not here.

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-She must be.

-We've got to go.

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Molly? Come on, sweetie!

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Moll!

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What's she doing? We've rehearsed this.

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She knows every minute is vital.

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Does she have friends nearby?

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Sophie. Lives in the next street. I'll drive round.

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No, no. It'll be quicker to phone.

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Carol, it's Judith. Is Molly there?

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It'll be nerves.

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It's easy to forget she's only 14.

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OK, thank you, Carol. No, no, no problem. Bye.

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Should we call the transplant centre, tell them what's happening?

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I don't understand.

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Medium screw.

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Medium!

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Yes, I know.

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HE CHUCKLES

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You're doing a good job.

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Mm. Hope Lily will like it.

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Course she will.

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But don't make the mistake of thinking that doing

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-a bit of DIY is going to be enough.

-What do you mean?

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Well, things have changed, haven't they? I mean, my dad wouldn't even touch the pram.

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I mean, yes, you know, I pushed the buggy through the park,

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but you, my friend, you are going to have to strap Darcy

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to your chest and go to male bonding sessions with other young dads.

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Well, I ain't wearing no papoose, not for no-one!

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Yeah, we'll see. But you've got to get stuck in.

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I've been on YouTube,

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seen how to give her a feed and a bath.

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Good. Yeah. Getting down and dirty, that's the answer.

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Whoa, whoa, whoa! Whatever you and Mrs Hollins get up to, that's up to you!

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Changing nappies and doing the dishes, you numpty!

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AUSTIN LAUGHS

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That's how you keep Mum happy,

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-and it makes your life a lot easier, believe me.

-Mm.

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I know it's scary, but we've waited so long for this.

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She's been so brave through all the other operations.

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Well, a heart transplant is about as serious as it gets.

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Heston's here. You can open the door now, sweetie.

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Just Heston.

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We're all here for you.

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Right, what's next?

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Er, slats.

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Nearly done, eh?

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HE GROANS

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We've done good.

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So, big day.

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Suppose.

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You've been dreaming about this for ages. Now here it is.

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Poor old Fred. What hasn't happened to him? Broken radius, tuberculosis,

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a near fatal loss of stuffing.

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Yeah. We did well to bring him back from that one.

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My first cottonwoolectomy.

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I gave you that, hoping you'd use it on a real patient one day.

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You've always been honest about my condition.

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I knew you could handle it.

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Because I've always known I've been on borrowed time,

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-I've never wasted a single day.

-No.

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So, Molly, what's happening?

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How do you know... if you're a good dad?

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Oh, the million-dollar question!

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Er... Well, I suppose you don't know.

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Not until you see how your kids turn out.

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And yours turned out perfect, I suppose?

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-Are you kidding? Shoplifting, steroid addiction.

-What?

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The previous house was sort of turned into a...a knocking shop.

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Your son was a Quadzilla shoplifting pimp?

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Well, the shoplifting - that was down to Immie.

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But, yeah, he had his wild moments.

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But I suppose they both turned out all right in the end.

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Mm. I'm going to do whatever it takes.

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Whatever Darcy needs, she'll have.

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You can dress her in all the designer clobber you want,

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you can send her to the best schools in the world, but -

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and I think you know what I'm going to say here -

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the most important thing you can give her costs nothing at all.

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HE SMIRKS

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Well, that's good, cos I ain't got much else!

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They're coming back.

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Well, if anyone can reassure her, it'll be Heston.

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How can you be so calm?

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I'm not calm when our daughter's about to have her chest cut open.

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So how's it going to help if we all lose it?

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Come in. Catch a cold and they'll cancel everything.

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Now, look. We know you're scared.

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But we're going to be there, every step of the way.

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-There's something I need to tell you.

-OK.

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OK, well, we can talk about that in the car. Ian, bag.

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Right. Let's go.

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Molly, please! This is no time for playing games.

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You need to hear her out.

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OK. We're listening.

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There are never enough hearts for transplant.

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That's why you've been so lucky.

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Not enough people register to donate. I know it's tragic, but...

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That's why I want this heart to go to someone else.

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What?

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Someone with a better chance at a full life.

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Sweetie, you can't mean it.

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Heston, tell her. This is our last hope.

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She knows that.

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Mum, Dad, I'm sorry, but you have to let me go.

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I could have sworn...

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Yes! I knew...I knew it was somewhere.

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Oh, look at that, the batteries work. What a bonus!

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I can pay for my own kid.

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Oh, don't you worry about that.

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There are plenty of things that will empty your wallet.

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They grow out of clothes in a blink of an eye.

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And that's before mentioning the milk or the wet...

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Why do they need so many wet wipes?

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When I've finished my exams,

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I'm thinking of getting an apprenticeship.

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Well, you did very well with the cot. How about construction?

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-Or carpentry?

-Electrician, maybe.

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I know a lot of people. I can have a word, if you want.

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-You'd do that?

-Course I would.

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We don't want Darcy to run out of rusks, do we?

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Thanks, Mr Hollins.

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-Mr Hollins? Whoa, whoa, whoa!

-What?

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We have just been through the time-honoured male bonding tradition

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of putting up flat-pack furniture.

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I think you can call me Rob now.

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It seems stupid, planning for the future.

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If the trial doesn't go right...

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It will go right.

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Once the jury have heard the star witness,

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then you can concentrate on building a life for your family.

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I've known Zara for a very long time.

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-She won't let you down.

-PHONE RINGS

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I've got to take this. What?

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No. I can't.

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Listen, you don't understand.

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But...

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Yeah, yeah, OK.

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-Problem?

-No. It's just my...mum, being Mum.

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I don't understand.

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Girls my age should be hanging out at the Bullring,

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not wired up to ECG machines.

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We've tried to give you as normal a life as possible.

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But even when I'm not in hospital,

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I can't have friends round or go to the cinema.

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Yeah, but to avoid compromising your immune system.

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Maybe we have been a little overprotective. We can change.

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But first, we need to get you to St Phil's.

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You're not listening.

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OK. Enough, Molly. Car, now!

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I'm not going!

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Love, you don't know what you're saying.

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I know more about my condition than you do.

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But you're only just 14.

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So?

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Children who've had years of medical treatment often mature very quickly.

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Yes, and sometimes children have to accept that their parents know what's best for them.

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It's my heart. Why can't I decide what's best for me?

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Moll! Molly!

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Let her go a minute.

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You knew she was planning this?

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I am as surprised by this as much as you are.

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But...she does make some valid points.

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Valid points? This isn't some college debate!

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It's our daughter's life.

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He's not a parent. He wouldn't understand.

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Look, I can only imagine what you're going through,

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but I do know one thing.

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If you don't listen to her, you'll never change her mind.

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Look at all this! Aren't you a lucky girl?

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OK, so you've got a changing mat.

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You've got all your bits and bobs, and, um, a cupboard for toys.

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Thanks, Karen.

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-And not forgetting...

-A bed fit for a princess.

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Rounded corners, fixed sides.

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-I'll convert it into a toddler's bed when we're ready.

-It's perfect.

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So, any problems?

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Problems? What, with Rob the Builder and his sidekick?

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Sidekick?

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It was all upside down and inside out until I took charge!

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Oh! Someone's dropped a bomb.

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Good job we've got plenty of nappies, then.

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Where are the wet wipes?

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-There we are.

-I'll do it.

-What?

-Mm-hm.

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Um, you do know what you're letting yourself in for?

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Yep. I'm ready to get down and dirty.

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There you go.

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Oh. OK. Um, well, if you need us, we'll be downstairs.

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Sorry...

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Pre-op nerves. Perfectly natural.

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I'm not scared of operations.

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Someone died to give you a new life.

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Don't you think I know that?

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-But you're still willing to let their sacrifice go to waste?

-Oh, come on, that's not fair.

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No, I'll tell you what's not fair, is having to watch my child

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go through years of agony, and now, finally, there's a chance

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she can live a normal life, and she wants to throw it away!

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Judith! Hear her out.

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A normal life - what's that? Taking pills every morning?

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Scans, injections?

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We've never had a family holiday.

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It's like I've been waiting all my life to live.

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And a transplant can help you to do that.

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If it only gives you a few more precious years, that's worth it.

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And a couple of months in a hospital bed if I'm too sick to come home?

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Why focus on the worst-case scenario?

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Even if I survive the operation,

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I'll be on immunosuppressant drugs forever.

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Possible side effects - diabetes, kidney problems, cancer.

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POSSIBLE side effects. You might never get another chance.

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I know I'll probably never be a mother, a wife, have a career.

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This is my chance to make a difference.

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So you want to save a stranger? Well, that's wonderful!

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What about us?

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Oh!

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Oh, stop it, will you?

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So, really, how did it go with Austin?

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Really? It was a bit tricky at first, you know.

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Teenage, moody stuff, but...it was really good.

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-OVER MONITOR: Oh, this is rank!

-You volunteered!

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-Why is it that colour?

-I don't know!

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It's florescent yellow! What the hell have you been feeding her?

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She been at the highlighter pens or something? THEY LAUGH

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-Shall we turn that off?

-KAREN CHUCKLES

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MONITOR BEEPS

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You know I'd take her pain if I could.

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Yeah, but your check-ups are clear!

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You wish it was me?

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Well, so do I.

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If I could rip out my heart and give it to her, I would.

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Would that make you happy?

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We are solid and strong as a family.

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This whole experience has proved that.

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Agreed.

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Well, that's what I'm trying to prove. If I walk away, what kind of a...

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World will Joe grow up in?

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Exactly! You don't believe that?

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I believe in protecting my family.

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By locking up thugs like Braydon!

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And what if he gets off?

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-You think I won't be a convincing witness?

-No.

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You'll do the best you can, but who knows what's in the mind of a jury?

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Who knows what they'll decide?

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And if it all does go wrong,

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Braydon could be back on the streets with his gang in no time.

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He wouldn't dare come after us again!

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Who knows what goes on inside the mind of a killer?

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And what if we get put into a long-term witness protection programme?

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That is not likely.

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Could we survive that? And how would it affect Joe?

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What is it with these stupid things?

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ZARA SOBS

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How are you feeling now?

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You see how hard it is?

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It's because they love you.

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I won't change my mind.

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We know.

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So you understand?

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Molly, we've only ever wanted what's best for you.

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But you're a child.

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And you can't legally make a decision like this.

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You can't drag me to St Phil's against my will.

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What would be the point? I know we've lost this heart.

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But next time, we'll use the courts.

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And they'll make sure that you have this operation.

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What?

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Can they do that?

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Technically, yes, but whether that's the best course of action...

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-I never agreed to that.

-Oh, so you want her to die?

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Don't be ridiculous!

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But does she really need the extra stress of a court case?

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So you win the case,

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but in the process lose the relationship with your daughter?

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-He's right.

-It's none of his business!

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I'm beginning to think he's half of the problem. I mean, who gives a five-year-old a stethoscope?

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-I cannot let you do this.

-I am not giving you the choice!

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Like you didn't give Molly any say in whether

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she wanted to be born with a life-limiting condition!

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Stop it.

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I will not let some stranger decide what's best for our child!

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Stop fighting me and fight for your daughter!

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Stop it!

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You loved each other so much.

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-I spoiled everything.

-No.

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How can that be your fault?

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You gave so much love to me, there's nothing left for each other.

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MOLLY SOBS

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If this is my last Christmas,

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I want to spend it being a normal kid

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with parents who remember they still love each other.

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But I shouldn't have to be holding your hand. I'm not on duty.

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Hold on. No, not in there!

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Dirty nappies and Karen's kitchen do not go together!

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-Sorry.

-In the garage. There's a special bin.

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Sorry about that. What were you saying?

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HE CLEARS THROAT

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Oh, you are?

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You're going to audition for permanent traffic duty? All right.

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Well, I don't care about that, do I?

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Stanton wants it, so let's make sure it's done. Yes.

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Two officers on rota at Brindley, 24/7. Is that understood?

0:23:350:23:39

Thank you. Thanks. Bye.

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Mum, Dad, say something.

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How did we get...

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..such a wonderful, brave daughter?

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I'll call the centre. I'll tell them we're not coming in.

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Thank you for understanding.

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I love you both so much.

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You're exhausted. You need to rest.

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Sorry, but...I do have one last favour.

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Of course.

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Will you look after them when I'm gone?

0:24:340:24:36

Yes.

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I know how difficult that was.

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-Don't think you've won.

-What?

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I know we've lost this heart.

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I won't throw away the next one.

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You still want to go to court?

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She is my only child.

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She could live for years with a transplant. Couldn't she, Heston?

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It's possible, yes.

0:25:040:25:06

But that's not what Molly wants.

0:25:060:25:08

Yes, it's selfish, but I want every hour,

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every extra minute I can get with her,

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even if she hates me for it.

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Oh! Snug as a bug.

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Hope she doesn't wake you in the night.

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No, it'll be great to have some life in the house again, won't it?

0:25:250:25:29

You know I'd be here if I could.

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It's OK.

0:25:310:25:32

-I want to help.

-Don't worry.

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I expect you to be ready for your next nappy change.

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Hm, yeah, yeah. I'll be here.

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And next time, I'll bring a gas mask!

0:25:390:25:41

He's just washing his hands.

0:25:530:25:54

All that exercise has...created quite an appetite.

0:25:550:26:00

I'm not hungry. Maybe you and Joe should go without me.

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Fine.

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I didn't ask for any of this.

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All I did was be in the wrong place at the wrong time.

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And there was no way you were going to run away, is there? Because...

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..standing up for the stranger on the street is what you're about.

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Stubborn.

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Infuriating.

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And only the bravest bloody woman I have ever met.

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I'm sorry that you feel that I haven't been there for you.

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But I am now. OK?

0:26:490:26:51

I can't do this without you.

0:26:550:26:57

You don't have to. You don't have to.

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OK?

0:27:070:27:08

So, which one's Kitty?

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We both are.

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So...I've had a little bit of an idea.

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Well, it was actually Aesh's idea.

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What idea?

0:27:260:27:27

We're stronger if we stick together. Why are you pushing us away?

0:27:270:27:30

It is not helping with you constantly jabbing at me, Daniel!

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Do I look like the sort of person who just throws their purse around?

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I swear.

0:27:360:27:37

-It was me.

-What?

0:27:370:27:39

What?

0:27:390:27:40

Zara confronts Daniel for not supporting her, but can he give her what she needs? Meanwhile, Rob tries to bond with new dad Austin. Heston is called upon by a seriously ill teenager to help make a life-or-death decision.