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Rumspringa

Al sets a trap, and Valerie tries to ignore Ashley. Emma finds herself in an uncomfortable situation and a moral dilemma - should she speak out?


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MUSIC PLAYS IN BACKGROUND

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It's fine.

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Look, Chris, we'll just find another time to get together, that's all.

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Please stop saying you're sorry.

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I love you.

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All right.

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Take care of yourself.

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Bye.

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Did you want something?

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Can I get you anything else?

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No, I'm fine. I mean, no, thank you.

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All the cameras have in-built microphones,

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so I can hear and record everything he says.

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Oh, that is clever.

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You are very clever.

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All you need to do is not sign anything.

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I'm sure he's going to pull a fast one.

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His next trick is going to be to try and convince you that you need

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new doors. You don't.

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-I could do with a new back door...

-Mother!

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You had a new one fitted just before Dad died.

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But I liked the old one, though.

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-It was a stable door. Do you remember?

-You don't need any doors!

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-Have you got that?

-I've got it.

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George might SEEM like a nice man, but he is a shyster.

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Ah! Your father used to refer to tradesmen as "shysters"!

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The apple doesn't fall far from the tree.

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I'm going to wear my pink cardigan.

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Why?

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I need to look smart for the cameras, don't I?

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-For my close-ups.

-SHE GIGGLES

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I need to tell you I'm sorry.

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Pardon?

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Last year, when I was a mess...

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I ended up being taken downtown.

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-You mean, you were arrested?

-Yes, ma'am.

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I kind of don't exactly remember what happened that night,

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but I was in a cell and...

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I remember you. Yeah, you racially abused a colleague of mine.

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-Yes, I did.

-You had your head shaved like some Neo-Nazi.

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I am real sorry.

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I really wasn't that person.

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-I'm not any more.

-You know, she was just trying to do her job,

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take care of you and you...

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What do you mean, you're not that person any more?

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-I have changed.

-Why?

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Because you've grown some hair?

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That doesn't mean you've changed.

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-Or have you had some kind of epiphany?

-Exactly that.

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-Rumspringa.

-What?

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I'm Amish. Rumspringa is when we leave our community

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-and we experience the world.

-Oh.

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So I came to Europe.

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I tried stuff.

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I met the wrong people.

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It got messy, but someone helped me,

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let me see who I was again.

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I want to apologise to you.

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Aren't you supposed to go home and be baptised or something

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after Rumspringa?

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I want to, I really do, but it's not simple.

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I can't just call my folks for airfare.

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Well, good luck.

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I appreciate the apology,

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however you should know that your behaviour was disgusting.

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Although, I'm glad you've finally seen the light.

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Ruhma and Heston would not look out of place in a glossy magazine.

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Yeah, they're lovely photos.

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Ooh, who wouldn't want a soul mate?

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She's banging on about the photos from Friday -

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they've made her all gooey.

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-Oh, new shoes?

-Yeah, but they're giving me gyp.

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They're worth it. Well, I'm all for a bit of romance,

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but happy families?

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-What's up?

-Chris phoned.

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He can't come over in August.

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He's in line for promotion.

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That's good, though. No, not good.

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I'm screening.

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Don't ask me how many text messages I've had from Ashley today.

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Seriously, don't ask.

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Just don't ask me.

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-Ask you what?

-No.

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I'm going to keep occupied. I am going to stay strong.

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-Who knew, though?

-Who knew what?

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That there is a vulnerable sexiness in a man who's needy.

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Anyhow, Carolina Thomas, she's got that disc thing again.

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-Ah, no.

-She's on your list.

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I know. Bummer.

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What?! I asked her to come into the surgery.

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She asked me where I'd got my medical degree.

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Well, she is caustic, even when she's well.

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But when she's in pain...

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Don't forgot to wear your gloves, that flat's filthy.

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Karen Hollins, where is your sense of empathy?

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DOORBELL RINGS

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Hello again, Mrs Haskey, how are you?

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What a smashing cardigan - my favourite aunt has one like that.

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I thought I ought to wear something nice.

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I'm going to be honest with you, Mrs Haskey - I work on commission only,

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a zero-hours contract would be luxury to me, so I'm truly grateful

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you're considering upgrading your doors.

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We have to go and sit in the lounge to talk about this.

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Oh, OK. Well, let's go and get you the best value, then, eh?

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-We used to have a stable door at the back.

-Mother!

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Ours is called "The Texan" - beautiful door.

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Nice to be able to open the top and keep the bottom locked.

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-I know.

-Let me just say, though,

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I'm not writing up any orders until

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I'm sure YOU'RE sure you want to go ahead.

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Wow. This place looks like it's had a complete makeover.

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Because it was such a pit before?

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-No. I didn't mean that.

-Yeah, we both know you did.

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Well, whatever you've done, it looks great.

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-He's new.

-He's my Black Jesus.

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You don't see many. Tut! Like Jesus was white.

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Right, let's have a look at your neck, shall we?

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OK, can you try and turn your head for me, please?

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You wouldn't be here if I could.

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And the other side.

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What part of agony are you failing to understand?!

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I'm just trying to gauge how much movement you've got, that's all.

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Years of training...

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Why are you surprised that my place is nice?

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I'm not.

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-I didn't mean to be rude.

-Ah, yeah, of course.

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OK. I can give you some medication for the pain,

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but then I'm going to have to refer you back to the physio at St Phil's.

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I'm not going.

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Please, Carolina.

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Come on, it's just like last time.

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You need a few days' rest, but then it's important to keep

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the movement going, get some exercise.

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Did you not hear what I said?

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This is such a lovely home. So like my aunt's.

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She's like you, my aunt, lots of lovely, irreplaceable things.

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So much sentimental value.

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Oh, you oily little creep.

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If your son's anything like me,

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he'll have been on at you to upgrade your doors.

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I made sure my aunt had new ones after her neighbour was burgled.

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The ones we do have triple-A-plus security ratings.

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Alasdair is very concerned about the doors.

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He'll be worried. Imagining you waking up in the night

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with someone in the house. Some thug in a balaclava, broken in

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and standing at the bottom of your bed.

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Thug in a balaclava?!

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Leaning over you shouting about jewellery and cash.

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Tell you what.

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I'll add in The Texan, if you still want the stable door option -

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no extra cost.

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I've ALWAYS liked a stable door.

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How much will it cost?

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All in... Under £6,000.

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It's an investment in the house, isn't it?

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You can't better bricks and mortar.

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So it's worth it, and I can afford it.

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That's what my auntie said. "What price peace of mind?"

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And your son will be relieved.

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He'll want his mum to have triple-A-plus security.

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-That's enough of you.

-Sons worry.

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Alasdair does, he never stops.

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Oh... Hello, George.

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I'M the son.

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Oh, hello!

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I've heard a lot about you. Well, all good, mate, no need to worry!

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You SHOULD worry, you unscrupulous git.

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-I beg your pardon?!

-Some thug in a balaclava?

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Nice try at putting the frighteners on my mother.

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Oh, you're a class act, aren't you?

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It's a good job we've got it all recorded.

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See that?

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Go on, give it a smile.

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And that one.

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Go on, say cheese.

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-You can't do that.

-And yet we did.

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He's very clever.

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80/50. That's a little low.

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You know what would get my blood pressure up?

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Waiting around for an hour before every appointment at St Phil's -

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that's what. And the one time I'm five minutes late - because I had

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to walk it there, I had no bus money - the woman at reception

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throws a blue fit, calls me out in front of everyone.

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Nah, not going to happen.

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Right.

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-Well, will you need a fit note for work?

-I'm not working.

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And since when was a sick note a fit note? Ridiculous.

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You haven't been sleeping on this, have you?

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Do you think I'm stupid?

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You make assumptions and you're rude.

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Lord, give me strength!

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Please, Carolina, stop this.

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Look at all the changes you've made.

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Whatever you're doing, you should bottle it,

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because it's doing you good.

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I suppose I'm more connected to my faith.

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-Well, that's good.

-I have someone in my life.

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-Great.

-He's good for me.

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He makes me feel cared for.

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I'll tell you what, why don't I put the kettle on,

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-we'll have a cup of tea?

-Oh, wicked!

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Sorry?

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You know I can't nod.

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I'll put the kettle on.

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-You can't film people without their consent. Give me that!

-No.

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You can't deliberately frighten old people with special needs.

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I haven't got special needs, dear.

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Your mother was quite happy for us to quote.

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I didn't say no.

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You thought all your Christmases had come at once, didn't you?

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Well, they haven't. You tried to take advantage

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of my mother's fragility. And you are practised at this.

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You do it all the time, don't you, Shyster!

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Let me get this right - special needs, fragility?

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You're saying your mother is mentally incapable?

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Alasdair!

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Which kind of tea would you like?

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Don't care.

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Gosh, somebody's looking after you.

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No junk food.

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No builders' brew.

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Carolina is caffeine-free now.

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What are you doing here?

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Is Carolina in trouble?

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No. I'll ask you again, what are you doing in this flat?

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-You're a cop.

-I'm a GP,

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who happens to work with the police - as a doctor.

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Like I was the night you abused my colleague.

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So, I'll ask you again.

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What are you doing in the kitchen of my patient,

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who happens to be a young black woman?

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Surely you can see why I'm concerned.

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You don't need to.

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I owe Carolina my life.

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When you saw me, I was polluted.

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Then I got sick and I ended up sleeping on the sidewalk.

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I believe the Lord helped me and Carolina find each other.

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She just picked you up off the street and asked you to live here?

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She showed me love.

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-I would never hurt her.

-Yes, well, you would say that, wouldn't you?

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She gave me a bed and got me well.

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The first time I was strong enough,

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I found the Black Jesus. He was surely a sign.

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I am ashamed of my behaviour...

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..and the words I used and the way I used them.

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But I own that shame

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and I have repented.

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That's all right, then, isn't it?

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Finding Him, was proof Carolina was right to help me.

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Only, now you want to go home,

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but it's difficult because she's become so reliant on you.

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Hey! Samuel!

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You not going to come in and say hello?

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Please don't say anything.

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I need a little more time.

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Please.

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This must be terribly embarrassing for you.

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I'm so sorry.

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Is your mother certifiably senile, Mr Haskey?

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-It's Doctor. Dr Haskey.

-Right, so, it's your medical opinion, then?

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We supply replacement windows and doors.

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Our customers aren't required to pass mental agility tests.

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It's not our job to make sure they're right in the head.

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So, if Mrs Haskey isn't,

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then I suggest you get some legal advice on cancelling her contract.

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Cup of tea?

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How do you sleep at night?

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She's not my mother.

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MOBILE PHONE ALERT

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Oh, that's interesting.

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You see, I posted a little clip of our home movie online.

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It's only been ten minutes and yet, there's already been a comment.

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"I recognise that con man.

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"He ripped my grandad off for £10,000."

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You are going to pay back my mother every single penny

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you took from her, or the whole video goes online.

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Do you catch my drift, you repugnant little worm?

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RINGTONE: Theme from The Sweeney

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Hello?

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Rob, hi. Listen, I need a favour.

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-Yup.

-SIREN BLARES

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Do you remember that tall American guy that we had in

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-around Bonfire Night - the skinhead.

-Samuel Troyer.

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-You remember him?

-I remember him because he came down the station

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a few weeks ago to apologise to Janet.

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She was quite touched by it, said it meant a lot.

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Anyway, what about him? Because he will have gone home by now,

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his visa was up in February.

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All right, thanks.

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It's the berry tea.

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This is what I should bottle, Dr Reid - Samuel.

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Yes, well, we've met.

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Just now.

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My beautiful Jesus - Samuel found him for me.

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Samuel's the decorator - he's the one that buys the kale!

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He changed my life.

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And you've changed his, apparently.

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How do you know that?

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Samuel's going to be completely honest with you.

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Aren't you, Samuel?

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What are you talking about? What's going on?

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-Oh, my God, oh, my God!

-All right, all right, don't panic.

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It's just the cord that's broken, all right? It's not a sign.

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-It's not an omen.

-What is wrong with you?

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I know it's not - it freaked me out.

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Do you have any idea how offensive you're being?

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-Me?!

-You see a black woman and a naive piece of art

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and you think I must be all oogie-boogie-voodoo

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and it must be a sign if it falls off the wall?!

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That's so racist.

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Oh, I'M the one who's racist, am I?!

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No, it's me.

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I was.

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I got locked up.

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I was high and I was horrible to a policewoman.

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I cussed her.

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The N word.

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Samuel, you looked like a fascist when I found you...

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..but you also looked like you were dying,

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and you needed my help.

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That's who you were THEN.

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He's not that person now.

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-Are you?

-No.

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That's why I need to go.

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-I need my home.

-You're going to leave me?

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No, no, I'm saving money so we can go together.

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You want us to be together?

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Not like that.

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Oh, hey, hey.

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-Ashley's left you a voicemail.

-Oh, no, I'm still screening.

-Whatever.

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You're going to have to do The Icon run.

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Why? I did it last time.

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-Do I have to?

-Valerie! I've got a whopping blister.

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Tash is going to sort it out, but not till later,

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Rob is coming in with my trainers, I'm not walking anywhere until then,

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so, you - Icon, lunch run.

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Ow!

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Mother gets all her money back

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or every second of that goes online.

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You'll take down what's up there now?

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Yes, I will.

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We'll repay your mother's payment back into her account.

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And you're going to call your boss?

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I don't have to.

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Take it off the internet and I'll authorise the transaction.

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Nothing comes offline until the money is in her account.

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I want your word that nothing else goes up, obviously.

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I presume your word's worth having?

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Hurry up, Dr Reid. Show's over.

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I want to know that you're going to be all right.

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Have you not seen enough?

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I'm worried about you.

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Your neck, all of this...

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All right, well, look. Samuel, will you pick up her prescription?

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You will do it?

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If there's anything else you need, then you'll call me at the surgery?

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You've done more than enough.

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All this honesty must be good.

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Thanks, Doctor.

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Let's get all this embarrassment over with.

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If I could take a pill and be in love with you, I would.

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DOOR CLOSES

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-The money I'm saving is to take you home with me.

-Why?

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Why would you do that?

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Why would you plan something like that without talking to me first?!

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It's weird, Samuel.

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It's crazy.

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# ..with or without you

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# The five years we have had have been such good times... #

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Uh, the Mill phoned through a lunch order.

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-15 minutes.

-15.

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# I guess it's just what I must do

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# Don't, don't you want me? #

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So, are we in agreement?

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What's online comes down, money back, no more films.

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-Simple.

-The longer the video's out there, the more you stand to lose.

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Blackmail's never pretty, is it?

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If I were you, I'd consider damage limitation about now.

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You'll never get the better of my son.

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MOBILE PHONE ALERT Ooh, what's that?

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Another comment! "This scumbag frightened my sister into buying

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"doors and double glazing she didn't need."

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That's 2-0, isn't it? You sure you want to keep playing?

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OK, OK. We'll do it this way. I'll refund your mother,

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you take the film down

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and tell all your FANS to contact the company directly.

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-For full refunds?

-We've supplied and installed quality products

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-in good faith!

-No, no, no!

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The video stays up unless everybody gets their money back.

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You won't know what hit you, you shyster.

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You tell him, Mother.

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So?

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-Yes, all right, then.

-I'm sorry, we didn't hear that.

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I said yes, all right, then. You think you've got me over a barrel.

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That's because he has.

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You, sir, are going to take a long, hard look at your business ethics -

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we're going to be keeping an eye on you,

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and if we don't like what we see...

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Next time, Mother won't be so nice.

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Now, get out.

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# Street's like a jungle

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# So call the police... #

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I don't know why I'm here.

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You may not have listened to my messages,

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but fate has plans for you.

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Actually, it was rather a humdrum collection of occurrences.

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Don't take away the magic.

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Let's call it destiny.

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Destiny brought about by Karen's new shoes.

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-How so?

-Well, what started as a small rub

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turned into a whopping great blister.

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-Oh, that's quite an image.

-They're not very magical, are they -

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Karen Hollins's feet?!

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Expecting me to emigrate to America

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and be your pity project on some farm

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in the middle of nowhere. Do you realise how ridiculous that sounds?

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I couldn't be more sorry.

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For when you were a racist or for when you stopped being one?

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You made me into a good person.

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You have to believe that.

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If I didn't, you wouldn't be here.

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I'll re-string it.

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-Will you be all right?

-Do you care?

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Oh, come on. You know I care about you.

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Enough to get me to emigrate, but not to...

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I'm sorry if I've hurt you again.

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Oh, change the record, Samuel!

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I won't miss your bad temper, though.

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Petty.

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Judgmental.

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Bit harsh.

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I will miss you.

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Always.

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Yeah, well.

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And, hey presto,

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money is back in your account.

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Remind me to take that surveillance footage down,

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say, sometime this evening.

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Mum, might now be a good time to talk about power of attorney?

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You want to get your hands on my money?

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-No!

-You couldn't even organise your pocket money as a boy.

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Mother, it's got nothing to do with money, OK?

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I can't keep going home and leaving you here alone.

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I just can't do it - so how about

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we look into finding you somewhere closer to me?

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Just stop this, stop it!

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I won't go! I want to stay here!

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I won't go to wherever it is that YOU live.

0:23:440:23:48

I never laugh with my wife.

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We don't have fun.

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She hates quiche.

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Not everyone's a fan.

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My wife doesn't understand me.

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Not like you do.

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You're hardly unfathomable.

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I want to be a good person,

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but she makes it so difficult.

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Oh...

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So sorry!

0:24:190:24:21

Let me... Sorry!

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ICE CUBE CLATTERS

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Oh, dear! Um...

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Sorry.

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You need to have respect for your mother.

0:24:430:24:46

Am I supposed to be apologising?

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Yes. I may not remember what I had for my breakfast,

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or what we watched on the television last night.

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-We watched...

-It doesn't matter!

0:24:530:24:55

-Thousands of people are living with dementia, and

-I

-will live with it.

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I just want to take control and be my own person for as long as I can.

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Mother, I know that, but...

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I'm very grateful for everything you do, but I'm not prepared

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to give up on myself. Not yet.

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You made lemon meringue pie?

0:25:200:25:22

I'm not leaving.

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That's complicated. Where's the recipe book?

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In my head.

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For now.

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Along with a lot of other more-important things.

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I hear you, Mum.

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Really? What did I say?

0:25:390:25:42

Alisdair is to make no plans without consulting his mother first.

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Hallelujah!

0:25:490:25:51

Excitement and lust become powerful things.

0:25:510:25:56

-Lust.

-But we must best our cravings.

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They're powerful because they're important.

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What's the alternative?

0:26:020:26:05

Dry, chaste boredom?

0:26:050:26:07

I can't be the other woman, Ashley.

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-And I don't believe you'd want me to be.

-But I do... I just...

-Hush.

0:26:100:26:14

-..want you!

-No.

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Oh, Valerie.

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Ooh, lemon meringue pie.

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Irresistible.

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I've got to go.

0:26:260:26:27

-What if

-I

-were a pie, Valerie?

0:26:270:26:30

What if I were a shortcrust pastry case filled with lemon curd...?

0:26:300:26:35

What if I was spread with meringue?

0:26:370:26:42

-Stop it.

-Zesty.

0:26:420:26:44

-No, we can't...

-Taste my sugary goodness!

0:26:440:26:47

-We need to get things sorted.

-What do you care?!

0:26:510:26:55

-Of course I care.

-Then, why do you want to take my home away?

0:26:550:26:58

Why are you tormenting that poor young woman?

0:26:580:27:01

Ashley's booked us a hotel for a dangerous liaison this afternoon.

0:27:010:27:04

You can't just pop off with him for a quick bonk at lunchtime.

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Amy, Sean's dead.

0:27:070:27:09

How could he possibly be sending you texts?

0:27:090:27:11

Al sets a trap, and Valerie tries to ignore Ashley. Emma finds herself in an uncomfortable situation and a moral dilemma - should she speak out?


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