Sophie's Choice Doctors


Sophie's Choice

Rob helps Karen deal with the infestation. Ayesha and Valerie make a decision. Emma meets a handsome man at a neighbourhood meeting.


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Uh-huh. Yes, of course I understand. No, poor Daisy.

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No, no, I haven't even started getting ready.

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You caught me just in time.

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All right, well, give her my best.

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Bye. Oh.

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PHONE RINGS

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-Hello?

-Dr Reid?

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It's Ralph Bradley, chair of Mayfield Community Garden Project.

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We spoke a couple of weeks ago,

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when I dropped off a flyer about our launch party.

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Yes...

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Well, it's this evening.

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Sophie's gone to town on her gourmet nibbles,

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so I do hope you'll come along?

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No need to bring a bottle - we have refreshments galore.

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We'll look forward to seeing you then.

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Right.

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OK, bye-bye.

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There we go.

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Mite cream, nit shampoo...

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-..and cream buns.

-Mm.

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Later, we've got to wash everything first.

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Cover ourselves in this.

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SHE SCREAMS

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Oh, just you wait, your time is coming.

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We haven't got head lice.

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No, it's the same stuff that's in the cream.

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And who's to say they are not burrowing into my scalp,

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as we speak?

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-It's not as bad as that.

-I'm infested!

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And, I'm sorry, but it's the thought of them in every nook and cranny,

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eating me alive.

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Not for much longer.

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Until the next time you arrest some bug-ridden reprobate.

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Or I get a hug from a vulnerable person, with extras.

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You know, I might knock this VPAS thing on the head.

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Or maybe just leave altogether.

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Oh, get off. You love working at the Mill.

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With the stroppy patients and the germs.

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And now I'm housing actual parasites.

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We both are.

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You think that your clientele are rough?

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You should spend a day in the Custody Suite.

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It's just one of the risks of interacting with the general public.

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You need to take the medication.

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-Emma Reid.

-Through there, Emma.

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Darling, just give the group therapy a try, OK?

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It's Dr Reid, isn't it? Number 17?

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Yes. Please, call me Emma.

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-Right. Let me get you a drink.

-Oh, thank you.

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Wine? Fruit juice? Or something stronger?

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A glass of red would be lovely.

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Thank you so much for coming.

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I think you'll find it a very interesting evening.

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We've got another medical professional.

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Nigel Starmers - retired surgeon.

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Paediatrics, I believe.

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He's at number 8.

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-Thank you.

-Come and meet our committee members.

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CLEARS THROAT

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LAUGHTER

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1967.

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I was minus nine.

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Patrick Troughton as Doctor Who.

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Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.

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I don't imagine you two were into much psychedelia.

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Wow, nice hat, Pater.

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Who's that? Terry?

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Not the infamous Uncle Terry?

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Black sheep of the family.

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How did this escape the purge? Uncle Terry.

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Mother would know.

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Green to answer, Mother. Green to answer.

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Hello, darling, I wasn't expecting you yet.

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You've got new hair.

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It's the same hair, just shorter.

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I can call you back in a bit, if you're busy...

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No, it's lovely to see you.

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I so enjoy our little chats.

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Me too, Mum.

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Me too.

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Of course, the application is critical.

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If we don't get that right, then we fall at the first hurdle.

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So... Now, Emma.

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What do you think? Full plans or broad-brush outline?

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Well, if you give them the full plans,

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then they have all the details

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but, you know, perhaps if you...

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Sorry for interrupting.

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Sorry, Prof.

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I missed the kick-off again.

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Apply cream to whole body, including neck,

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palms of hands, soles of feet.

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That's weird.

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Wrists, elbows, armpits, buttocks.

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-Face?

-Yeah.

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And if infected with scabies, put under fingernails and toenails.

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Right, come on, then, I'll go first.

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You do the honours.

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Oh! Your hands are freezing!

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Oh, wuss.

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I'm a wuss? Right, let's see who's a wuss.

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Drop the robe.

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You can warm your hands up on my flippin' feet, first.

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Now that is not bad.

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Whoa. Whoa! What are you doing?

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Well, we may as well make it fun.

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No close contact until the treatment is successful.

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Spoilsport.

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It's what it says on the instructions.

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And anyway, that's probably how we passed it between us

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-in the first place.

-Urgh.

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Oh, no, wait, hang on.

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Shouldn't we put the cream on before we change the bed?

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What if the little blighters get wind of the apocalypse

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-and make a run for it?

-Well, it will get on the duvet.

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Yeah, but it'll get on the sheets anyway, once we go to bed.

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What do the instructions say?

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O-M-G.

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-We've done it wrong?

-No.

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This is the same stuff they put on pets, for fleas.

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Well, I guess that makes sense - fleas, scabies.

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Yes, but Geoffrey just has a couple of drops on the back of his neck.

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We've got to rub this stuff all over!

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I'm sure it's safe, Valerie.

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Anyway, what's the alternative?

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Yeah, I suppose.

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It doesn't say anything about sheets.

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Come here. Give it here.

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Barry had a right knack for bedding.

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He did a demonstration for me once.

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Still, you can't build a relationship

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on duvet-changing ability alone, can you?

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Have you come to any decision about Ruhma and Heston's wedding redo?

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SHE SIGHS

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I'm not sure I'll be able to face going.

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But it's not about me, is it?

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I mean, if it makes things right for them,

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then I'm glad.

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Well...

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..I think you're very brave.

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And even if we are successful with the grant application,

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it's likely to be a modest sum, so we'll need to make it stretch.

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You know, value for money, if you will.

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Just a thought, Prof, have you considered approaching Haslops?

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Offer a sponsorship deal.

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They provide landscaping materials, a few shrubs, whatever,

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we put up a plaque,

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and bang on about their community spirit in our publicity.

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I think you're on to something there.

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Leave it with me. I know their chief exec.

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Of course you do.

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Well, assuming that our local garden centre

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chips in a bit, then I think...

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Prof? I reckon we've done the budget to death.

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How about we get stuck into

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whatever it is Sophie's rustling up in the kitchen?

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Of course. Excuse me a second. I'll just...

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-Top-up?

-Thank you.

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Oh, actually, would you mind?

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I just need to say hello properly.

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-I will be right back.

-Of course.

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Of course I remember!

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We were on our holidays.

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Your father bought me a "Kiss Me Quick" hat.

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Why are you not wearing it in the photo?

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I'd lost it by then.

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I broke the strap and it blew away.

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Yeah. A likely excuse.

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Kiss Me Quick?

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I did find this other photo.

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Ah, doesn't he look young there?

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This other chap, that's his brother, isn't it?

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I can't say.

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Come on.

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If you tell me, I won't tell anyone else.

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That's Terry.

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So what happened to him?

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If I told you, you wouldn't believe me.

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Try me.

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It nearly broke your grandparents.

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They had to move.

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And your poor father. It nearly split us up.

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My parents were horrified to be associated, if only by marriage.

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It made for some very awkward family get-togethers.

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Aunt Sylvia's funeral! Oh!

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SHE SIGHS

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Sushi? I have fish or vegetarian?

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No, thank you.

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But you've clearly gone to a lot of trouble.

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Well, it's for a good cause.

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People are kind enough to give up their time.

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I hope you weren't bored.

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No, no, not at all.

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Excuse me.

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I've got to get the chicken nibbles out of the oven.

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Has it sunk in yet?

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No.

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You know it's Heston and Ruhma's wedding thing coming up?

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I do.

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Was that a joke?

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Is it going to bring back painful memories?

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No, that's all behind me.

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I'll be fine.

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So maybe it's time to come off the antidepressants.

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But I'm on an even keel, so why risk it?

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So are you going to come to the redo?

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If I'm not working.

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And if Heston wants me to.

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We do have bridges to build.

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It's not your fault he got himself into bother.

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He thinks I should have followed his lead sooner.

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You can't be everywhere.

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And everybody has to make difficult decisions, don't they?

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With limited resources.

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And Heston knows that.

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Ah, I see you've requisitioned the hors d'oeuvres now?

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That is not requisitioned, I brought it myself.

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Ralph is a single malt man,

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he chooses wine based on the picture on the label.

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What about Sophie? She seems like a woman with good taste.

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Teetotal.

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She's not on the 12 steps, if that's what you're thinking.

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I wasn't!

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It's all about control with Sophie.

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They seem like an unlikely couple.

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How they managed to hook up in the first place is a mystery to me.

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How they've stayed together for 20 years is even more mysterious.

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That's an achievement these days.

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You've made short work of that Rioja.

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-I shared!

-Uh-huh!

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Oh, certainly, there we go. Enjoy!

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I'm Adam.

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Emma.

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Ah, Dr Emma Reid.

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-Ralph told me.

-Ah.

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Some people name-drop celebrities,

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with Ralph it is members of the medical profession.

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So, tell me.

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What is it like to be a GP?

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Well, it's challenging, fascinating and endlessly surprising.

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Your turn.

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Where to start? I'm a man of many parts.

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Are you? Well, maybe you should start with the edited highlights.

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OK. Architect.

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Single, no kids.

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You've never been married?

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I've never met the right woman.

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Haven't you?

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Jill and Richard hired a castle for their wedding, in Strathclyde.

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Uncle Terry, he was married, wasn't he?

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You had a girlfriend once, didn't you?

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We're not talking about me, Mother. We're talking about Uncle Terry.

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What happened to her?

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You know what? She ran away with the circus, it was extraordinary.

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Alasdair, why are you always alone?

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There's nothing wrong with being single, Mother.

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You must have done something?

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Yeah, of course I did. It's my fault. It's always my fault.

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You push people away.

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HE SIGHS

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Tell me more about your Scottish castle.

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Did you dance the Gay Gordons?

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No, but I did a Bossa Nova with the laird!

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I hope it works.

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I really, really, really don't want to go through this again.

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Oh, thank you.

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I can't wait to wash the filthy creatures off me.

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Well, you say that.

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But, did you know that they actually don't wash away?

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They lie dead under your skin.

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That's horrific!

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I'm going to be like some walking scabies graveyard.

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The body absorbs them after a while.

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Is that supposed to make me feel better?

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Oh, do you know, maybe it is time to step away from public service.

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It's just been one thing after another.

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What? So after all the things that you've dealt with recently,

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you're going to let these bugs get to you?

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Well, when you put it like that.

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We will defeat the mites.

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Live another day...

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..foster some more kids...

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..save some more lives.

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We'll be fine.

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Mwah!

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Of course, neutrophils are the big guns

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of the innate immune system -

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dashing to the rescue at the first hint of inflammation.

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Then you've got the eosinophils,

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Now, eosinophils are another form of white blood cell.

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And without white blood cells, you know, we'd all be dead.

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Darling, we need some more wine.

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Oh, duty calls.

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It's like she's got some sort of radar

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for picking up on Ralph-generated distress signals.

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How do you know them?

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I met Ralph at uni.

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We bonded over our shared infatuation with Lucy Collins.

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Lucy Collins?

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Yeah, she was a student in our year.

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I don't think she realised we even existed.

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She left after two terms -

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formed a rock band with one of the groundsmen.

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We never saw her again.

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Ah, young love.

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Yeah, we lost Lucy but found each other.

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He did nearly kill me once, though. Over a prawn curry.

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It was entirely accidental, so I forgave him.

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SHE LAUGHS

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Emma, I just wanted to thank you

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for your very perceptive comments earlier.

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I believe you'd be a really useful asset to our cause.

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Would you consider joining the committee?

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Would you excuse me.

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Sorry.

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Well...

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Turn that frown upside down.

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What are you playing at? Just go.

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And if I don't?

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I'll tell Ralph.

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-I doubt that.

-Don't push me.

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You will not say a word, unless, of course, you want to destroy him.

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That was a wonderful holiday.

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Mother.

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What did Terry do that was so bad?

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SHE SIGHS

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He betrayed his country for a woman.

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Uncle Terry was a traitor?!

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She was a Communist mole...

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She did a thing to him.

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What thing?

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Well, the kind of thing that women like her

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do to men to get their secrets out of them.

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She was a Red.

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A Communist.

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Sorry.

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A Soviet spy seduced Uncle Terry?

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Well, if he hadn't had his cover blown,

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we could all be speaking Russian by now.

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I suppose we've got Auntie Maureen to thank for that.

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That's Terry's wife?

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Awful woman.

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Terrible snob.

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OK. So, what did Maureen the snob do

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to save us from the Red Menace?

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Well, she suspected him of having an affair,

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so she hired a private detective.

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He traced them to this hotel where they were having their liaison.

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Well, of course, Auntie Maureen sneaked out one night.

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And you can imagine what happened then.

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No! Tell me.

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She caught them at it.

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From what I heard, she pulled the lampstand out of the socket

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and set about the pair of them.

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Apparently, there were these terrible screams,

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the concierge thought they having a menage a trois.

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Menage a trois?!

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Sorry. What was that, darling?

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Nothing.

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I didn't know you spoke French, Mother.

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Well, I'm going to look on the bright side.

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There's a bright side to scabies?

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Yeah.

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My counselling session will help me get through the trauma.

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Perhaps I should prioritise.

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I have got a lot of issues.

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Do you?

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Yeah.

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Well, I mean, you may see a person

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who looks completely at ease with themselves,

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but what's going on under the surface?

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Problems, multiplying, growing.

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One day, I will develop an existential itch

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and then it'll be too late.

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That's why you're having counselling?

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Well, I don't want to get stuck on medication,

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when I could just nip it in the bud with a nice little chat.

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You do know you can talk to me?

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You don't really have the training.

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As a friend, Valerie.

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There was something, actually.

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Do you know?

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This is the second year that I haven't received a Valentine's card.

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Ricky Delaine forgot again.

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Probably busy with his world tour...

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We had a brilliant girls' night in.

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Yeah, we did.

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But it just feels like it's been so long

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since anyone even noticed that I exist.

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Enjoying the party?

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Yes, very much.

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It's, well, it's always nice to come and meet some new faces.

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Adam?

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Yes.

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He can be quite intoxicating.

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Well, we do seem to be getting on rather well.

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Don't fall for it.

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I'm sorry?

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He'll ruin your life.

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Adam destroys women - I didn't see it till it was too late.

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Excuse me.

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Let me get you a glass of wine.

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No, thank you.

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A cocktail, then?

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No, I've had enough alcohol for one evening.

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In fact, I should be going.

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Well, I'll walk you.

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No.

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Ohh, Sophie.

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HE SIGHS

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-What did she say?

-It doesn't matter.

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Oh, but it does.

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-Don't I get a chance to defend myself?

-Excuse me.

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I really would like to know what I've been accused of.

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All right, look.

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It's none of my business who you sleep with,

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but your best friend's wife?!

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They found her two days later, on some waste ground

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behind Charing Cross Station.

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-Dead?

-Alive.

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In a trunk.

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She was never the same after.

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What happened to Uncle Terry?

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Oh, the Russians smuggled him and his mistress

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out of the country in a submarine.

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It sailed right up the Solent! Can you imagine?

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The Ruskies, in our midst.

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It's a wonder we weren't all murdered in our beds.

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He took several important documents with him.

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It was a terrible scandal.

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"The submarine sailed up the Solent

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"to collect its human cargo from a rendezvous at Stokes Bay."

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That's what I said.

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I've shocked you, haven't I?

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No.

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No, I'm not shocked, Mum.

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You are. I can tell.

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I shouldn't have told you Uncle Terry was a traitor.

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But I'm glad you did.

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Is it true?

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Of course not. How many times?

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Sophie?

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Yeah?

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I know.

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You're having an affair.

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No!

0:21:080:21:09

Everything makes sense now.

0:21:090:21:11

You've been acting so strangely.

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Darling, please.

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There is nothing going on between me and Adam.

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Then why did she say that?

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I'm so sorry, I must have misunderstood.

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Come on, Prof. Get a grip.

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Tell me!

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It wasn't me, it was Kate.

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Kate? What? You mean our Kate!

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You've known her since she was a kid!

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She's 19, old enough to sleep with whoever she wants.

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So you're the one who got her pregnant, and then dumped her.

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It takes two.

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She tried to kill herself!

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Kate has mental health issues - you know that.

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HE GRUNTS

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Shellfish!

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My jacket?

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Can you call an ambulance?

0:22:000:22:01

Have you got any adrenaline with you?

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Coat pocket.

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I'll get it.

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It's karma.

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The whole Barry debacle must have racked up some very bad vibes.

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My whole love-life is cursed

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because I ripped out his heart and stomped on it in front of witnesses.

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It is not karma.

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The whole online dating thing, now, that was a disaster.

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Well, you can't let that put you off.

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You've got to stay positive.

0:22:300:22:32

Do you think I'm unlovable?

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Of course not!

0:22:340:22:35

You'll probably move back in with Emma, now you're speaking again.

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Where did that come from?

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I'm happy here.

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Oh, you found it? Good. Sophie,

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-give me the pen.

-No.

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What? If Adam doesn't get that, he could die.

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I hope he does.

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My daughter, Kate.

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She was happy, doing well at uni, until he...

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She's barely functioning.

0:23:080:23:09

Look, what's happened to Kate is awful.

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But this isn't the way to deal with it.

0:23:120:23:14

Please, Sophie.

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We haven't got time for this.

0:23:150:23:17

OK, you should feel the effects of the adrenaline soon.

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Ralph, do you want to show your guests out?

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Yes, of course.

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How are you feeling?

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Who's asking? Emma or Dr Reid?

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I'm hunky-dory, Doctor.

0:23:410:23:42

When you leave this house, I never want to see or hear from you again.

0:23:450:23:49

Stop acting like the injured party - you just tried to kill me.

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He enjoyed his trip to Russia so much,

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he stayed and retrained as a submarine captain.

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That's right.

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Brezhnev built him his own dacha.

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He had a submarine port at the bottom of the garden.

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And he used to take the kids on a trip down the Volga.

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I'd forgotten there were kids.

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What were they called, I wonder?

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They were called, they were called Vladimir and Olga.

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Vladimir became a politician.

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And Olga, she was a very strong gymnast.

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Uncle Terry was very sporty as a young man.

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SHE YAWNS

0:24:330:24:35

Mum, I've worn you out.

0:24:350:24:37

Why don't you have a cup of cocoa and get an early night?

0:24:370:24:40

I think I will.

0:24:400:24:42

I do go on.

0:24:420:24:44

I hope you weren't bored.

0:24:440:24:46

Bored? After that tsunami of a revelation?

0:24:460:24:50

Mum, you take my breath away.

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LAUGHS: Oh, you are funny, Alasdair.

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Right, I'm signing off now. Make sure you check under the bed.

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For Reds!

0:25:020:25:04

Night, night. Mwah!

0:25:040:25:06

HE SIGHS

0:25:090:25:10

Uncle Terry, if your life was half as exciting as that...

0:25:110:25:17

..I imagine you were quite a chap.

0:25:190:25:21

Na zdorovie to you, comrade.

0:25:230:25:26

That's presuming you're still around.

0:25:280:25:30

Mum's happy, that's the most important thing.

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So why didn't you tell me?

0:25:530:25:55

Kate begged me not to.

0:25:550:25:57

I was afraid something like this might happen.

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And now he's ruined all of our lives.

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He's not involving the police.

0:26:030:26:07

So...

0:26:070:26:08

..I guess it's down to you, then.

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I should be going home.

0:26:110:26:13

To be honest with you, this is an evening that I would rather forget.

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Wow.

0:26:260:26:28

You are so good at treats.

0:26:280:26:31

Oh, thank you!

0:26:310:26:33

And you're thanking me?

0:26:330:26:35

Well, for appreciating my efforts.

0:26:350:26:37

Do you know? Only women do that.

0:26:370:26:39

Men take everything for granted.

0:26:390:26:42

Sometimes I think I should go down the bi route, like Emma.

0:26:420:26:45

Really?

0:26:450:26:46

Well, it would double the opportunity for a relationship.

0:26:460:26:50

Valerie, if you want to meet someone,

0:26:500:26:53

you've just got to get out there, that's all.

0:26:530:26:55

I'm not going to go man shopping on my own.

0:26:550:26:57

-Well, I'm up for it.

-Yeah?

-Yeah.

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Look at her. We are gorgeous.

0:27:020:27:05

Who could refuse!

0:27:050:27:07

-Hot.

-Mm.

0:27:130:27:15

Didn't you do work experience with us at the Mill?

0:27:180:27:20

Why would you do work experience at a health centre

0:27:200:27:24

if you always wanted to be a vet?

0:27:240:27:25

In that case, whatever you're selling, I don't want it.

0:27:250:27:29

-Did Ashley cheat on you?

-No.

0:27:290:27:31

So, why are you so worried about seeing him?

0:27:310:27:33

-How are my windows?

-They need a bit of TLC.

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You need to improve the thermal gain.

0:27:370:27:39

While Rob helps Karen deal with the infestation, Ayesha and Valerie make a decision, and Al has an entertaining chat with his mum. Emma gets more than she bargained for when she meets a handsome man at a neighbourhood meeting.


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