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'Im Next Door

Ayesha tries to convince Valerie to not get involved with Ashley. Zara gets drawn into a domestic situation with two neighbours, but can she make a difference?


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-Oh! Let me help you up.

-I can manage. Thank you!

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There's no need to be like that. I was only trying to help.

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-Did you leave that there?

-What a thing to say.

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-Are you accusing me of something?

-No.

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You want to be more careful, love.

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-You all right?

-Good morning, Ian.

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-Let's just go.

-Where you going? Can I come?

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-No, mate, you can't.

-I never get invited to your things.

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Ha-ha. I'll be seeing you later then! Ha-ha.

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I just wanted to apologise.

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I think I went on and on about the PPG meeting yesterday.

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You were just enthusiastic.

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Well, Karen pointed out that I may have gone a little bit overboard.

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It's fine. It must have made a real impression.

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It was a bit of a distraction, actually. Ashley being there...

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-Ashley?

-Are we still talking about Ashley?

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No, I'm not going on about him! He is well and truly behind me.

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I was just explaining to Ben,

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that I'm not even thinking about Ashley any more.

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-By talking about him?

-Yes. No. I mean...

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I'm not talking about him, that's the point I'm making.

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I love it here.

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Bit of peace and quiet.

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Tell that to the lump you live next door to.

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-Don't let him bother you.

-He bothers you!

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Well...you've got to give him his due. He fought for his country.

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Do I? We've all been through stuff, I don't know how you put up with it.

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You've got to get on.

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You can't let people like that ruin things.

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Let's forget about him?

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Home-made.

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Gluten-free.

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Thank you very much.

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-You all right?

-Fine.

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-Sounds it. Is it your mum?

-Anything we can do?

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I think we've reached the limit of your expertise on this subject.

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-I was just telling you what I know.

-I know, I know. I appreciate it Ben.

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You and Rob, you made it abundantly clear there are no laws,

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no authorities, nothing,

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which protects innocent people from those sharks.

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I can't believe they can get away with it.

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They are not getting away with it. Mark my words.

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It's going to require a delicate touch,

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something with a bit of guile.

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-Play them at their own game?

-Exactly!

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You got something in mind?

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Not yet... Not yet...

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Bit of a day for it.

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Oi! You better not be coming out with that face later!

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What face? This is my face?

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You're painting Letherbridge red tonight?

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Yeah, we are. Sorry, Ben, it's a girls' night, though.

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Right.

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I'm sorry, but I don't think I'm in the mood.

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No! You might meet someone. Someone who deserves you.

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I suppose. If this whole Ashley debacle has taught me anything,

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it's that I am ready, I'm ready to meet someone properly.

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-There's one more.

-Go on, then.

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We'll finish, then we'll go and get you some shopping...

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You know I can manage.

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You can't be using me as an excuse to stay out that house.

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I'm not! I was just offering to help.

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Well, maybe I can help you get some shopping.

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There they are. The romantic couple.

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What are you doing here?

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I was just taking a nice stroll in the park

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and there were my lovely neighbours.

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-I think we should go.

-We're not going anywhere.

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-This is intimidation.

-Oh, this is my park.

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-I'm starving.

-Oi!

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What are these? Did you make these? Rubbish.

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Better luck next time. Nah, mate, don't eat that.

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-You are a disgusting human being.

-Ian, let's just leave...

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No wonder you spend all of your time on your own, alone!

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-I've got mates.

-Yeah, course you have.

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Come on. Let's not waste a nice day on the likes of him.

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Where you going?

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I thought we were having a nice picnic.

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Don't worry about him.

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Heston! What time would you like us there tomorrow for the photoshoot?

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It's not just a photoshoot, it has to be exactly as it was before.

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-Ruhma! Hi!

-What are you two up to?

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-It was just about tomorrow.

-Oh, the scabies party thing?

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-Yes!

-What?

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I was just explaining to Heston that it's really

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specifically for receptionists who have had scabies,

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so his scabies doesn't really make him eligible.

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You've had scabies?

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Yes... It was...a while ago.

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-I must get on.

-Me too.

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-Look! I have found the perfect bar.

-It looks quite swanky!

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Yeah, you're not going to find the man of your dreams

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in the Dog and Ferret, are you?

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And it's got a huge dance floor

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so hopefully there'll be loads of guys for you to choose from.

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We could screen them from a distance!

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Do you think I should take notes?

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-No... Shall I book us a table, then?

-Oh, yeah, go on, then!

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Cos I bet it gets ram up in there.

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-Nobody says that, Valerie.

-Oh.

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Go Pink Ladies!

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There you go. You going to be all right?

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Yes. Thank you. Lots to do!

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See you later, then, all right?

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Hopefully it'll get her mind off Ashley a bit.

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-Is he back in the picture, then?

-Yeah, and he's doing her head in.

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Didn't she mention it in your counselling sessions?

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-I wouldn't be able to say...

-Ah, course.

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You've done a really good job with her, though.

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It's really made a difference.

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I just hope Ashley doesn't come back in and undo everything...

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Speak of the devil.

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Hi, Ashley. You OK?

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Uh, no, er, I'm not.

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-Feeling rather ill, actually.

-Did you want to see a doctor?

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Ah, OK. Yes.

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Well, it's drop-in, so you'll have to wait.

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-OK. Is Valerie around?

-No, 'fraid not. Anything I can do?

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No. I'll just sit over here.

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-She's not in.

-Oh?

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-She was expecting me.

-Family emergency came up.

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Proper last minute. She left late last night.

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I am sorry to hear that. Please pass on my regards.

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-Will do.

-Doctor. Come in.

-Doctor, eh?

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You can come and give me a look-over, if you fancy.

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Leslie, I've told you to rest.

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How often are you going for these walks?

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Just now and again.

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OK, most days, but it gets me out of the house.

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If you don't take it easy now, you could be leaving yourself

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open to long-term damage, and you won't be able to walk at all.

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There will be no getting out of the house for you. So, rest.

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Well, looks like I won't be going

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back to the park again for a while, anyway...

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-Is everything all right?

-Yes, yes.

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Well, let's take a closer look at this foot.

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LOUD MUSIC PLAYS

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Does he often go on like that?

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He's just trying for a reaction.

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I just ignore it. Same with the junk mail.

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Junk mail? SHE LAUGHS

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He gets me signed for these.

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These are just today's.

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I don't let him get to me.

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-Hello, Valerie.

-Hello, Ashley. I didn't see you there.

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-I'd actually been waiting a while.

-What's the matter?

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I started to get this pain, like indigestion right here.

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It's been moving up to around here.

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And then, suddenly, it started to hurt right here.

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Well, perhaps you've been doing something you shouldn't

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-and it's sort of upset everything.

-Yes. Perhaps.

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How is Geoffrey?

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I'm not really sure we should be having this conversation.

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PHONE RINGS

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Yes, Doctor? Yeah, OK. You can go in now.

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-It's room three.

-It's not an emergency.

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Sure there are lots who need it more.

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-Send another patient.

-You're the last one in the queue.

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MUSIC STOPS

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See? Told you he'd get bored.

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Well, your foot is not healing properly.

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But that's hardly surprising, is it?

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I hate being cooped up in the house.

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Well, you're clearly overdoing it.

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Do you have anyone to look after you, any support? Any family?

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I wasn't lucky enough to have children

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and my ex-husband passed away in '09, but I have the neighbours.

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Right, blood pressure.

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Sure.

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Used to be a time that everybody looked out for each other.

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That's just how it was.

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But now? Pah!

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That is a...bit high.

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LOUD MUSIC PLAYS

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-How have you been feeling?

-Fine.

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Any headaches, any fatigue?

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Well, there have a bit more, now you mention it,

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but I just thought it was old age.

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It could be more than that. Have you spoken to your neighbour?

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Kind of. He can be erratic at times.

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I don't want to rock the boat.

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Rock the boat? He's rocking the walls!

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Is this why you've been trying to get out of the house so much?

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Look. I'm going to be very honest with you, Leslie.

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Your foot is not getting any better

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and your blood pressure is through the roof.

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And these two things are stemming from him -

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next door, your neighbour.

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And if you want to get better, if you want to free yourself

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from this, then you're going to have to do something about it. And soon.

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Mr Pern's test results.

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-You all right?

-Yeah.

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I'm on the phone to the glazing company people.

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-Oh, what have they said?

-It's not what they're saying Ayesha,

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it's what I'm going to say to them...

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If I ever get to speak to an actual human being.

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I hate it when they do that.

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-It's like they're actually trying to bore you into hanging up.

-Yeah.

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-Well, it's not going to work with me.

-What you going to do?

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-Do you play chess?

-Do I look like I play chess?

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Are you aware of the swindle manoeuvre?

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-No. Tell me.

-Ayesha. No, I'm not going to tell you.

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But you give me to the end of the day and I will demonstrate.

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-I will show you.

-I'll leave you to it, then.

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They're going to rue the day they ever messed with a Haskey.

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I'm, like, that far away from checkmate.

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Have you spoken to the council?

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I did once, but they just told me that I should talk to him myself,

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but I didn't think that was a very good idea.

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Right... What about the police?

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I couldn't do that. He might do something in retaliation.

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He gets very angry and I don't... I don't like...

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Not since my ex-husband.

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Well, that must have been very difficult for you,

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but I'm concerned that this situation with your neighbour

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is affecting your blood pressure.

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And if you're walking on your ankle to get away from him...

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What can I do?

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It's been going on so long, I don't know how to fix it.

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Perhaps try talking to him directly

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and then take it from there.

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You don't know what he's like.

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OK. How can I help?

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-Heartburn.

-Heartburn?

-Heartburn.

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Just write me out a prescription and I'll get out of your way.

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Sure there are a lot of people that need your attention.

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Including you. What else can you tell me?

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Well, I get it lots.

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Pain in my stomach, heading up my breastbone,

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regurgitation of my food and or liquids

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with a lingering acidic taste...

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-You know your symptoms very well.

-Like I said, I've had it before.

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-Is it happening every day?

-No. Just off and on.

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OK. Well, it definitely sounds like acid reflux

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but I think we should do some more tests to be sure.

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No! No need at all.

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I'd just be wasting your time and precious resources.

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OK. Well, you could have gone to the chemist,

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you could have got something over the counter,

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it certainly would have been cheaper than a prescription.

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Did you really need to come in at all?

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Right, I'll head to the chemist, then.

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Get out of your way. Thank you.

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Lovely, aren't they?

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Please, please at least rest that foot.

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And if things get any worse, call me. OK?

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You knocked it on your way by. You should be more careful.

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Keep your nasty little games to yourself, I know your type.

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My type? You know nothing about me.

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You're just as bad as her, walking around all high and mighty,

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-looking down your nose at people.

-Doctor...

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When people behave as badly as you do, it's difficult not to.

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To think I risked my life for people like you.

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I come back from Afghanistan, and what thanks do I get? None.

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I have no idea what you're talking about.

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But bullying people is never the answer, is it?

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Bullying? Ha, believe me, darling, you don't know bullying.

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I am not scared of you, little man.

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Doctor, come inside, please.

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-Everything OK?

-Nothing to worry about.

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And you? I am far more interested in how you are?

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-I've been fine. I mean, I am fine.

-I am glad to hear it.

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I was wondering about grabbing a spot of light lunch in the park?

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-With me?

-Well, it would be

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considerably less enjoyable without you. What do you say?

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Well, I don't see how it could do any harm.

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This man is a bully.

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Plain and simple and the only way

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to deal with a bully is to take him head on.

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That may be your way, but it's not mine.

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I don't want to go looking for trouble, Doctor.

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It's best to stay clear.

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Do you seriously believe that this situation is going to change,

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in any way, if you don't confront it?

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You cannot let this man keep tormenting you.

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Do you want this to stop?

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Desperately.

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Well, then it's lucky I'm here.

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-So you knew I'd say yes, then.

-I only hoped.

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I really want us to be friends at the very least.

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Well, I don't see how that can happen.

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Stranger things have happened at sea.

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Is there anyone special in your life?

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You're being very forward, Ashley...

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But for your information, no, there isn't anyone special.

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Not really since Barry.

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That man. I never trusted him.

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Full disclosure. I was glad to see that relationship end.

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That's not really any of your concern.

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That seems unfair. I am always thinking of you.

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How you are, how you're doing.

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Well, it's a shame you didn't exercise some of that concern

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when we were still together.

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I feel awful about that.

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Awful? Awful?!

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Ashley, I had cancer.

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I'm really sorry YOU felt awful(!)

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You never once picked up the phone.

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I was in a state of confusion.

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The dearest person in the world told me she was ill

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and I reacted horrendously.

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-Well, that's not how I would treat people who are dear to me.

-No.

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Anyway, all of this is irrelevant.

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You're married and I'm sure you're very happy.

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Define happy.

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I think we were, once perhaps, but now...

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Oh, what, so all this is just to cosy up to me?

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No, I wouldn't dream of being so lewd.

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All I am saying is that in hindsight,

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I should have taken more time to heal from us.

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Hey-hey. It's the witches of Eastwick.

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Your behaviour, the noise, the intimidation,

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is affecting my patient's health, and that,

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unfortunately, for you, means that it's my problem now, too.

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Actually, I think Leslie has a few words to say to you, herself.

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Leslie?

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Now, listen. Your days of terrorising me are over.

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I've had enough of you and your nonsense. It stops here.

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What are you going to do about it? Get your buddy here to beat me up?

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I am more than capable of speaking for myself.

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I am a strong woman who has had

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enough of your nonsense, little man.

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Did she teach you that? Aw, like a little puppet!

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I see that speaking to you as an adult is impossible.

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So let me be clear...

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You are a pathetic individual with too much time on his hands.

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I'm not angry with you any more, I genuinely feel pity for you.

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Why should I respect you? You should respect me.

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I fought for this country!

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I know!

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We know it, John. We've heard it a thousand times.

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If you fought so hard for your country,

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why when you come back do you make it so miserable for people?

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What?! You're lucky she's here, otherwise I'd...

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You mark my words, we are not done here.

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No, John, you mark mine.

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You're just sitting there.

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-Please, say something, Pookie.

-Don't call me that.

-I'm sorry.

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Valerie, I haven't been able

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to shake you from my mind since the PPG.

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I can't work, I can't. I'm constantly distracted.

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Tell me you don't feel the same.

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-Whether I do or I don't, is irrelevant.

-It is far from it.

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Tell me you don't and I will never darken your door again.

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Oh, fine, all right.

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I haven't stopped thinking about you,

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but the truth is, I've seen who you really are.

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-You always did.

-No, you misunderstand me.

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I didn't like what I saw.

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When the going got tough you got going,

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when I needed you the absolute most, you abandoned me.

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Valerie, I...

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Ashley, you broke my heart, and I don't think I can forget that.

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Listen to me.

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I was a monster and you can't hate me any more

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than I hate myself for it.

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-I've played our conversations...

-Arguments...

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All right, our arguments, over and over again in my head.

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I've made myself sick with it.

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-If I could go back...

-Yes, but you can't. That's the point.

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If I could go back, catch the signs, listen to you,

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be supportive, I would give anything,

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anything to do that.

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I think you're going to be just fine.

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I'm not going to lie, that felt good!

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I've been wanting to do that for a very long time.

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Make sure you make an appointment.

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Absolutely! I feel completely de-stressed now!

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Watch that high blood pressure plummet!

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OK, we don't want that, either...

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So, what now?

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If he puts a step out of line,

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he's going to regret having messed with me.

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Good for you.

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I hope it won't come to it, but if you ever need

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a statement for the police or the council, just give me a call.

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Keep me posted.

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I will, don't worry.

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I'm not going to go back to that now!

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You're dead!

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Doctor Carmichael was right.

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You're never going to stop this, are you?

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Never!

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That's a shame.

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HE GRUNTS

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You hear me? Tonight, when you're sleeping, you're dead!

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-I should really go.

-Oh, please, stay a while longer.

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Look, Ashley.

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I will always have feelings for you.

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But no matter what's happened between us, you are married.

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And that's that.

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I think we should go back to not seeing each other for a while.

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-Valerie...

-No, no. It's not right.

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No matter how it feels, it's not right.

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I wish you all the best, Ashley. I really do.

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-'Hello?'

-Hello there.

-'Sorry to keep you waiting.'

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No, it was my pleasure to hold, you can help me.

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My mother recently ordered some windows from you

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and I have to say, she is completely bowled over.

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I couldn't believe it myself, so I had a look at your website and wow!

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Your craftsmanship, it is, well it's exquisite.

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It's been many a moon since I've seen such fine craft,

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care and detail in a product.

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We were saying, if Chippendale made windows they would look like yours.

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-'Thanks'.

-Yeah.

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In fact, mother said she had no problem with spending

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her entire life savings on getting the whole house done.

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-'Oh, really?'

-Uh-huh.

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'There's a slot free if you want to talk on Monday if that's any good?'

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Well, yes. Monday at 1pm, that would be perfect.

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I think you've got the address on file, the name is Haskey.

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H-A-S-K-E-Y.

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Yeah, that's the one. Haskey.

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Perfect, thank you.

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You remember that name.

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-OK. What's going on?

-Come in.

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Just come clean. You have been acting very weird.

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-What's going on?

-No, I haven't!

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OK. Tomorrow's a special day for you

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and I've just got a little bit over-enthusiastic.

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We're just having photos, quick photos, Shak and Alia.

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It's not just quick photos with...

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They're important to you, and you're important to me.

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You know, that's that.

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That's a nice try. But why are you lying?

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OK, Karen thought we should have a wedding breakfast afterwards,

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four of us, and I wanted it to be a surprise.

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So I booked Maison de Fous.

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And, you see?

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-You've spoilt it now.

-Now I feel bad, sorry.

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So you should. Don't tell Karen, just play along.

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Thank you.

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ALARM RINGS

0:25:300:25:33

COUGHING

0:25:370:25:39

-You want to be more careful, love.

-It wasn't me...

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Are you sure? I didn't see anybody out here.

0:25:410:25:44

Everything all right? Do I need to call 999?

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Everything's fine. John just had a little accident.

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-Didn't you John?

-Yeah.

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Yeah. I just dropped something. That's all.

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That's what it was.

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John, didn't you have something to say to Ian? About earlier?

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-Eh?

-In the park. You were rude to him.

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Yeah.

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Sorry about that, mate. Won't happen again.

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Why don't you go in and tidy up?

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Yeah. I'm going to.

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OK. What just happened?

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I'll tell you over a cuppa. Want to come in?

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-We can go to mine if you want?

-No need.

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Oh, we were worried you'd been gone so long.

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We thought he might have kidnapped you.

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No. We won't be seeing each other again. It's done.

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-Oh, I'm sorry.

-I'm not. It really is for the best.

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I think you're right. Hey, tonight will sort everything out.

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-Thanks, Ayesha, but I think I just want to have a quiet night in.

-OK.

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Thanks anyway.

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I am Paulo.

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Together we make some beautiful pictures.

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-I am steeped in sin.

-What's it like?

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Absolutely glorious.

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-Your son is...

-Ronald Peter Sansom.

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I can't smile any longer.

0:27:320:27:33

You are ruining this!

0:27:330:27:34

He could be lying in a pool of his own vomit, for all you know!

0:27:340:27:37

-Ronnie!

-That's enough.

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She has a right to see her son.

0:27:380:27:41

Ayesha tries to convince Valerie to not get involved with Ashley, and Heston has to head off Ruhma's suspicions. Zara gets drawn into a domestic situation with two neighbours, but can she make a difference?


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