No Sweat Doctors


No Sweat

Ruhma's meeting with a wedding photographer does not quite go to plan. Jimmi counsels Ben. A man suffering from excessive sweating comes to see Daniel.


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Please.

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You can't take it.

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Stop! Greg! Greg!

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There must be some mistake.

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Please! No, come back!

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Oh!

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Greg! Greg! It's gone.

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Gone.

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-What's gone?

-The van.

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It's been repossessed.

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This awful man just appeared with official papers and everything

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and... Greg, are you listening to me?!

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The van was an unnecessary expenditure.

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Did you know this was going to happen?

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We need to cut costs at this vital stage.

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It's called fiscal responsibility.

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But how are we going to transport all this lot to the shopping centre?

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Simple. We'll use the car.

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But it's too small.

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-It'll be a squeeze but we shall manage.

-But...

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Darling, you're going to have to excuse me

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because I've got a doctor's appointment. I need to freshen up.

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What for? Are you ill?

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No, not at all.

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But there's no harm in getting checked out now, is there?

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Could you box all these up? There's a good girl.

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Hello.

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I'm just reminding you that Mr Adams is coming at midday.

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-Who?

-The wedding photographer.

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Don't say you've forgotten?

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Of course not. It's just...

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What?

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The timing is a bit tricky.

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I've got a CCG meeting.

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So what are you saying? That you are not coming?

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It depends on the meeting.

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It'd be lovely if you could make it.

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Yeah, I know it would. Look, I want this just as much as you.

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I'll do my best. See you later. Bye.

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You know, I can't help feeling sorry for Ben.

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He seems so downhearted this morning.

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I thought it was his decision?

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Maybe I should...you know...

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-What?

-..go and talk to him.

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Give him a shoulder to cry on.

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Offer a healing touch. That sort of thing.

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-I don't think that's a good idea.

-Why not?

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Well, he's probably still processing, you know.

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Maybe best give him his own space for now.

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What if he wants to come out of his shell?

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What if he doesn't?

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So you think it's best not to interfere?

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Yeah!

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Hmm.

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PHONE RINGS

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Oh, hi, Mr Summers.

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I was hoping to see you later. What can I do for you?

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What?

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What are you saying? I don't understand.

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KNOCK ON DOOR

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Come in.

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I thought you could use a brew.

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Thanks. That's very kind of you.

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So, how are you coping?

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Just ploughing through the annual audit.

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With a bit of luck, I should be on top of it by the end of the day.

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No, I meant how are you coping with the thing about you

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coming out of the closet and then dumping Will?

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Well...it was...

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Yeah. No, I understand.

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You're processing.

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Take your time.

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At least I've got work to distract me.

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Oh, no. No.

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No. You mustn't bury yourself in displacement activity.

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You must confront your trauma.

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I think I've done enough of that already.

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No. You see, Ben, the worst thing you can do is muffle your emotions.

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Your gayness has been on a roller-coaster ride, hasn't it?

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And I think it's important to acknowledge that.

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-Actually, I'm not sure that...

-You've only just accepted yourself

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and then your first relationship, boom, blows up in your face.

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It must be so tempting just to dive straight back into the closet,

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-slam the door, lock the door...

-Valerie, can I ask you something?

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Go ahead.

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Have you ever done a counselling course?

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Not officially, no.

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But I like to think I know my way around the basics.

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-You could call me intuitive.

-Right.

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So, go on, then, between you and me.

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How are you really coping?

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Also, you shouldn't be afraid to let people know that

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you're vulnerable at this time.

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That you're flailing. That you're...

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Valerie, sorry, I don't mean to be rude

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but I really have a lot on my plate, right now.

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Yes, I can see that.

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No, I mean...

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I really do have to crack on.

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Oh, right.

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Well, I'll leave you to it, then.

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-Are you doing anything for lunch?

-Sorry?

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You and me, lunch?

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Er...fine.

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Great.

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We've still got a lot more ground to cover.

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Take a seat.

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Here you go, Madam. An invitation to an event guaranteed to lift

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the clouds of your enveloping dotage.

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-Excuse me.

-There you go, sir. It will brighten up your afternoon.

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Excuse me. Bothering the patients.

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Excuse me.

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I happen to be promoting enlightenment.

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Well, I'm trying to promote a peaceful surgery.

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Then I suggest you close your mouth.

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I beg your pardon!

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I'm going to have to ask you to leave.

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There's no need to talk to me in that tone of voice.

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I happen to have an appointment with Dr Granger.

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Name?

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Gregory Griffiths.

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You're 15 minutes early. If you'd like to take a seat?

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What I would like, if it's not too much trouble on your part,

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is to be pointed in the general direction of the gent's loos.

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SPOON CLINKS

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Awkward request moment.

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Go on.

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I'd really be grateful if we can have one final counselling session.

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If you can make the time.

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Is this about Will?

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You're a mind-reader.

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Obviously, you're family and living together, so if you think it's...

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He's moved out, actually.

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Oh?

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Sorry. Forget I asked.

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Mm. My room. Ten minutes.

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Yeah.

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SIGHING Too dry.

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HE COUGHS

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PHONE RINGS

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Greg, call me as soon as you get this message.

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It's urgent.

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We're in trouble.

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What's this?

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An opportunity to expand your artistic horizons.

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OK.

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I am renting a promotional stall in the shopping centre.

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Feel free to come along and choose a sculptured figurine

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which would undoubtedly enhance your working environment.

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-It's...nice.

-Nice?

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Surely a professional person of your standing can appreciate

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the sheer assemblage of talent required to craft such a piece?

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Notice the graceful sweep of the curvature.

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The poignant beak. The minimalist detail of the plumage.

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Mr Griffiths...

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-Call me Greg.

-OK, Greg.

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Is there anything that I can actually help you with?

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There certainly is.

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For the past month or so, I have been sweating profusely.

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As you can see for yourself. And it's getting worse.

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I'm having to change my clothes up to twice a day.

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-OK.

-Now, I have researched my symptoms

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and it appears I have something called hyperhidrosis.

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It's a possibility.

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A possibility? I'd say it was a racing certainty.

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Are you taking any medications of late?

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Such as?

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-You tell me.

-No.

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No, OK. Any symptoms of infection? Fever, for example?

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These can be sometimes triggers for sweating.

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I've had one or two colds. Does that count?

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OK, what about spicy food?

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Eat a lot, or much alcohol?

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I enjoy a curry and a claret now and again.

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OK, well, it's best to avoid those for now.

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What about deodorant, do you use that?

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Possibly. Think so. Yes.

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OK, I recommend that you switch to an antiperspirant.

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Try to avoid using restrictive clothing.

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Anything made of man-made fibres like nylon.

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Put on clean, fresh, clothes every day.

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And we'll do some tests too.

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But, even with these precautions,

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I understand there's no cure for hyperhidrosis.

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I'm stuck with it?

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Perhaps, but we offer a wide range of treatments

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that can manage the situation.

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What kind of treatments?

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There's a number of options up to and including Botox.

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Does that mean needles?!

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So...

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How's Will?

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He's OK.

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He moved in with Erin on Saturday.

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Oh.

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I think I really hurt him.

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You know what Will's like.

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He's disappointed now, but he'll bounce back.

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Do you think I did the right thing?

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Do you?

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Yes.

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Well, you can only do what you think is right.

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I'll always be grateful to him.

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Left to me, I would have stayed closeted for years.

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Mum would have liked that.

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Do you really believe that?

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I spoke to her again over the weekend.

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She's not totally wow about my sexuality but she's getting there.

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So, it's not all bad, then?

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I suppose. Even with the unexpected break-up.

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Hm.

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Well, think of this as a springboard

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for a more emotionally confident chapter in your life.

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And quite a lot of celebrities have the toxin injected in their armpits.

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Why on Earth would they do that?

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If they're doing a lot of award ceremonies,

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they don't want to be seen to be sweating too much.

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That's all very well but I'm not quite a celebrity yet

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-and I have an absolute horror of needles.

-Don't worry.

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I'm not suggesting for a minute that we go to that option straightaway.

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This is a prescription for an aluminium chloride antiperspirant.

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Book an appointment with the nurse on the way out.

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I also want to do some blood tests on you,

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to make sure everything is in order. And we'll take it from there.

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Thank you, Dr Granger.

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And can I look forward to your company later on?

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And, dare I say, your possible patronage?

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What?

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Oh, well...

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-Let's see.

-You won't regret it.

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Art is good for the soul.

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Aren't you forgetting something?

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Beg your pardon? Oops.

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Silly me.

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Please come in. I'm sorry my husband can't be here

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but we tend to agree on the same things.

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Please take a seat, Mr Adams.

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ITALIAN ACCENT: Please, it's Paolo.

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What a gorgeous home you have.

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Such refined decor.

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Thank you.

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You come highly recommended.

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I've seen examples of your work and I am very impressed.

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-Thank you. But have you seen my latest work?

-Oh.

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It is an explosion of fabulousness.

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I see you in a shimmering gown, garlanded with swirls and furls.

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Your husband is by your side,

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complementing your radiance in a suit of dark satin.

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In the background, there is the merest hint of

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oriental palace or an exotic beach,

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bathed in dazzling sunshine.

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All done through the magic of...

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MIDLANDS ACCENT: ..green screen.

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Actually, we wanted something a bit more traditional.

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Traditional?

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Well... Please, please.

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Don't get me wrong.

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I don't mean old-fashioned.

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It's just what I want, we want, is classic bride and groom shots.

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Because we're going to be at the same venue that we got married.

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We're going to have the same flowers.

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Is there something wrong?

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ITALIAN ACCENT: No, I was just wondering, uh...

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MIDLANDS ACCENT: ..why you didn't hire a photographer at the time?

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Well, we...we did. But there was a mix-up.

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And they went to the wrong venue.

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-Ah, that was unfortunate.

-Yeah.

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But there won't be a mix-up this time

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because I'm going to be in charge of the whole day.

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ITALIAN ACCENT: I understand

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and I will be 'appy to meet your requirements.

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Grazie.

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So, shall we have a look at the contract.

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The meeting was cancelled. Hello there.

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Oh, hi. I am Paolo.

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Hola, Paolo. Mio nome e Heston.

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Right, let's get started?

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What have you been doing all this time?

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Why haven't you packed the ducks away?

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-Why haven't you been answering your phone?

-Never mind that now.

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Come on. We'd better get a shift on, if we're going to set up the stall.

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-That's not going to happen.

-What?

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There is no stall. Not for us.

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What are you blathering about?

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I got a call from the manager of the shopping centre.

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It turns out he never received the initial down-payment.

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So he's had to let it go to someone else.

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Oh, tell me this is a joke.

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You stupid... This is all your fault!

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My fault?!

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You're supposed to be in charge of the business side of the business.

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Me? For the past year, I've been holding down two jobs

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to finance this project.

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Your project!

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Your project that you've never let me have a single say in.

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Have you any idea how hard that's been for me?

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The sacrifices I've made?

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And what about my sacrifices?

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Day in, day out, the strain of maintaining creativity.

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The absolute stress of trying to realise an artistic vision.

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Don't you come the martyr with me!

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I'm sorry. That was probably uncalled for.

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We're ruined.

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Utterly ruined.

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Come on.

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I'm sure we can turn this situation around.

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-I'm sure.

-How?

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Trust me.

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Here's to your impending career in fashion photography.

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It's only an ambition at this stage.

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I'm sure it'll be a roaring success.

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Don't you think so, Ruhma?

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Right, can we see some examples of your work.

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There's no need. Because I've told Paolo what I...WE want.

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There's no harm in looking.

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Oh, this is fun.

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I thought you'd like it.

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We could be astronauts on the moon.

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Or Antony and Cleopatra going down on the Nile on a golden barge?

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Love it.

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Or contestants on Love Island.

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You don't even know what that is.

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I don't want this to be like a silly pantomime theme.

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Oh, pantomime, I hadn't thought of pantomime.

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Do I need to remind you that our occasion was ruined?

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I just want some decent photographs, Heston.

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How was your wedding ruined?

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She was arrested right after she said "I do."

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GASPING Brilliant!

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More fabulousness!

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Sorry?

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Cops and robbers! We can do a comic strip theme.

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Oh, like a silent movie.

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I could be a Keystone Cop and chase you down an alleyway,

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-strewn with ridiculous objects...

-No!

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No! No!

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This is not what I want.

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Are you sure you got permission to do this?

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I told you. I called Dr Granger and he readily gave his blessing.

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Speaking of blessings.

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This is definitely one in disguise.

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-How do you work that out?

-Think about it.

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In the shopping centre, we would have been one stall among many.

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This is a unique location.

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Word of mouth will spread like wildfire.

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I predict a brisk business future.

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Doesn't seem too brisk.

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Once again with a negative attitude.

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You again.

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Ah. Good afternoon.

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Might I interest you in...

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You're trespassing and causing an obstruction.

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It's all right. We've got...

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You've got five minutes to clear all this tat away.

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Tat? Tat?! You philistine harpy!

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SHE CHUCKLES

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Five minutes before I call the police.

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There seems to be some misunderstanding.

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Fetch what's-his-name, Dr Granger.

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I don't think we should bother him. Ignore the harridan.

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She's bluffing.

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What are you doing?

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Getting Dr Granger.

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Dr Granger.

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Oh...

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-There's a problem with one of your patients.

-What?

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I'd like to see Dr Granger.

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Hello, you are...?

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I'm Laura Griffiths. You saw my husband earlier, Greg.

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-Yes?

-Did you say he could sell his sculptures outside this surgery?

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No, no, I didn't.

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I'll leave you to it, then?

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Behold the noble canard.

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This beauteous creation could be yours for the modest sum of £75.

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Excuse me. Sorry to interrupt. What do you think you're doing?

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I'm bringing art to the masses.

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You lied to me. Can this day get any worse?

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Calm down, dear.

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For somebody who's exerting himself with your supposed condition,

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you seem remarkably free of symptoms.

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The condition is erratic.

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The sweating comes and goes.

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What's all...? What condition?

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-What's all this got to do with sweating?

-Nothing.

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Greg doesn't have a problem with sweating.

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WHEEZING: Shut up.

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-What's going on?

-I said...

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COUGHING

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Greg!

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Greg, try and slow your breathing down!

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Nice and smooth, nice and smooth.

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I just don't get it.

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Why would Ben break our lunch date?

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Maybe he forgot.

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Perhaps...

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Or maybe he's gone for lunch with Jimmi cos it makes sense.

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Jimmi has been counselling him.

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Yeah, OK, I get that. He has got a connection with Jimmi.

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But me and Ben...

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What's happened?

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Are you OK, do you need a hand?

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No, no, it's fine.

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-Are you sure?

-Sure.

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Honestly, that bloke.

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He would make an interesting case study for Jimmi.

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Is Jimmi looking for case studies?

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Oh, I don't know.

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Because I think I'd make an excellent one!

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Thank you, Doctor. I feel much better.

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All the same, I'd like to arrange for you to be taken to St Phil's

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-for some further tests.

-Is that really necessary?

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I'd also like to find out what caused your breathlessness.

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He's never had this before.

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Have you taken any illegal substances?

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Of course not. What kind of person do you think I am?

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The only thing I've taken...

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HE COUGHS

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Go on.

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Greg, it's in your interest to tell me about something you could

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have taken that could have contributed to your attack.

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OK, I ate a few of those.

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I never tried them before.

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Is that what caused this?

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Possibly. With some people,

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chilli peppers cause an extremely allergic reaction.

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Why on earth would you eat them?

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It was a dare. A friend dared me.

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Not cos you thought they'd make you sweat?

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What are you suggesting?!

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That I would deliberately try and mimic a symptom of hyperhidrosis?

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Why would I want to do that?

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You tell me.

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And while you're at it, explain this.

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Penny for them.

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I was just thinking,

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maybe I wouldn't make such a good case study for Jimmi after all.

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Are you kidding? You'd be an ideal candidate.

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Yeah, but what would I talk about?

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Where do I start?

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Actually, now you come to say it, I do have anxiety issues.

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And I've often wondered if I was dyslexic.

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Or maybe I've got a touch of dyspraxia?

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Maybe you should stick to actual experiences.

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I can't tell you the amount of sleep disorders I've had.

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And then there's fatigue issues.

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And I'm pretty certain I've had a few narcoleptic episodes.

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I've never heard you mention any of these things before.

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I didn't realise I was so problematic.

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Jimmi is in for a real treat.

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This is an outrage. You've no right to read my private correspondence.

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Why didn't you tell me?

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It's not important, I've no intention of serving on a jury.

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Why not?

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Because some trials can last for months. And that's a disaster

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when you're trying to start up your own business.

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I see, hence the chilli.

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I read somewhere that you can be excused jury service

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if you have a condition like hyperhidrosis.

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Is that true?

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Doctor, I need you to stand by your diagnosis.

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I didn't make a diagnosis.

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Please, I've given up 20 years, working in local government

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in order to realise my dream of becoming an artist. Don't dash it.

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I've given my answer.

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It wouldn't be ethical.

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Oh, I see.

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But it would be ethical to let Laura and me go bankrupt!

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If anyone is driving us towards bankruptcy, it's you!

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-Laura?

-The business website is dull and uninformative.

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You've never done any market research.

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The products are over-priced.

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And when you try and sell them to potential suppliers,

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your overbearing attitude puts them off.

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-I don't think this...

-We're supposed to operate as a team

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but you insist on making all the decisions.

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Why have you never mentioned this before?

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I have. Repeatedly. But you just don't listen.

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For over 20 years, I've been married to a man

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who has never once shown the slightest regard

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for anything I've ever said.

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Perhaps it's time you heeded Laura's advice?

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At the very least, considered her opinions.

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Could we...start again?

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This time, together.

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Together?

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This isn't helping.

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What isn't?

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The Arctic silence.

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I was going more for seething.

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The wedding photos are never going to be the same

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because that day has been and gone.

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What, you'd rather I looked at photos of myself being arrested?

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I'm sorry the day didn't go to plan.

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But at least I got to marry the woman of my dreams.

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Nice try.

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I think we can have a bit more fun with this, you know.

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And embrace the central artifice.

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Go on?

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If we're going to go fake,

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let's go really fake.

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With Paolo's green screen, we could be at the Niagara Falls

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or a tropical garden. You decide.

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I don't know.

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This is an era of fake news.

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We could be a current couple.

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We could be bake or fake.

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Did you just make that up?

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I think I did.

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I'm not saying I am totally on board with this...

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But?

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I...I insist that we just have some photos of the bride and groom.

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Of course.

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I mean it, Heston. I'm not dressing up as Tinkerbell.

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No, I'm Tinkerbell.

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You've missed one.

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Be a dear and pick it up.

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I'll be waiting for you at home.

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With your bags packed.

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What?

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Do you know what, Greg?

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I could almost put up with your arrogance and artistic delusions.

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But today has proved with blinding clarity that what will never

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change is the fact that you are absolutely and irredeemably...

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stupid.

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Laura!

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Oh, and just so you won't be totally alone for the

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rest of your miserable life...

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Jimmi, sorry to barge in, but I've got some good news for you.

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-Great news, actually.

-Oh, yeah?

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I've decided to be your next guinea pig.

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My what?

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So, if you're looking for a new case study...

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look no further.

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Ta-da!

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You are really strong.

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I have no control over it.

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Is there anything specific in your life that is causing you anxiety?

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What are you, an idiot?

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Can you stop doing that?

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Doing what?

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Scratching yourself. You've been doing it all morning.

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-Have I?

-Yeah. It's making me itchy.

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You lied to me.

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For your own good.

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I trusted you!

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Leah!

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Leah!

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Ruhma's meeting with a wedding photographer doesn't quite go to plan, while Jimmi counsels Ben. Daniel is caught in the middle of a troubled marriage when a man suffering from excessive sweating comes to see him.


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