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Al argues with his mother about her future, and Valerie wrestles with a dilemma. Karen has to deal with a scared widow.


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Will you shut up?!

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I'm just saying.

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Well, then, don't. Because I didn't start this.

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I'm sure you believe that.

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What does that mean?

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We both got rid of the scabies, didn't we?

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But only one of us got it back.

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Hands up who didn't get it back. Oh, that was me!

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Maybe the mites were too disgusted to visit you again.

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Are you sure it wasn't one of your VPAS patients?

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Because I read about this family, who live in utter squalor,

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they have rats inviting their friends round for dinner,

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that sort of thing.

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They all got it.

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We both checked our lists.

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There wasn't anyone.

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One of your friends, then?

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What sort of people do you think I hang out with?

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If I answer that, you're going to get upset.

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This isn't my fault.

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I've checked everywhere and...

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Oh.

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Oh... I'm so sorry,

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I didn't realise the funeral was today.

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I wanted to check how you were coping.

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Sean only went out to buy some crisps.

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He didn't even like them, they were for me.

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That doesn't make it your fault.

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If I'd wanted them, I could have gone myself.

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And then none of this would have happened.

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It doesn't help, thinking like that.

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The last thing I said to him was that I didn't want cheese and onion.

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Those were probably the last words he ever heard.

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It's pathetic.

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You can't have known what was going to happen.

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I just wish I could go back.

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Make sure he knew how much I loved him.

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I'm sure that he knew.

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The way that you talked about him, I'm sure everybody knew.

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I can't believe this is the last time

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I'll ever see him, be able to touch him.

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I did have an idea, but it's silly.

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What's that?

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We met through a dating app on our phones.

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Whenever he was away from work, we'd text all the time.

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Wherever he was, we were always in contact.

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I was thinking of burying his mobile with him.

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Well, if that makes you feel better, then you should do it.

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It would be like we were still in contact somehow.

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Well, that's a good enough reason for me.

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Come on. Come on.

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SHE SOBS

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I know it doesn't seem like it now, but you will get through this.

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I forgot someone.

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So you're basically saying that I'm right? That you started this.

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Poor woman, her husband got hit by a car when he was crossing the road.

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He was only 24.

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That's terrible.

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She'd really let the place go,

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I mean, it was a total tip when I went round.

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But I'm an idiot. I didn't question it because of the state she was in,

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but, well, there could have been all sorts festering there.

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I'd better go round and check.

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Yeah, get her some help before she passes it on to anyone else.

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Oh, and Karen.

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I forgive you.

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Right, we need to get things sorted.

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Make some plans for your future.

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I don't need your help.

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I'm fine as I am.

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What's that?

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Mother, you boiled milk in the kettle?

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Stop fussing.

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You can't drink that. You'll burn yourself.

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What do you care?

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What? Of course I care.

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Then why do you want to take my home away?

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-ANSWERING MACHINE:

-I'm sorry but the person you called is not available.

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Please leave your message after the tone.

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I actually slept for a couple of hours last night.

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I had a dream.

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It was that cottage in Devon, just after we were married.

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I haven't thought about it for years.

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Sean, we were so happy.

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We'd gone all that way, out to the middle of nowhere,

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and you'd forgotten to pack underwear.

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Your face when you realised.

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I told you...

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There you go.

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I don't want that. I want tea.

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I can't clean the burnt milk off the inside of the kettle.

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So I'll buy you a new one.

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What have you done to my kettle?

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HE SIGHS

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Mum, talk to me.

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What's wrong?

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Yesterday, you said you were going to force me to move.

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No, no, I didn't say that.

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You misunderstood.

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You said you wanted power of attorney.

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Yeah, power of attorney will make it easier for me to help you.

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This is where I lived with your father.

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If I go, I'll forget.

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And then he'll be gone for good.

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It's not safe for you to be here alone.

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We got rid of that man yesterday, but there will be others.

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What man?

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There are people that will take advantage of you

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if you're here alone all day.

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And what if you have an accident?

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I'm not going into one of those old people's home.

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They smell of death.

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I can look after myself.

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I wish that were true, but, Mum,

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I think we need to explore other options.

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I bet you do.

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What does that mean?

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You just want to get rid of me so you can have this house.

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That's ridiculous.

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Well, that's what you said yesterday.

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I'm sure you did. You can't fool me.

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I'm sure it was you.

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Mum, I need to go back to Letherbridge tonight.

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I think you should come with me.

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I'm not setting foot over that doorstep.

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Well, I can't leave you here like this.

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Well, that's your problem.

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I'm fine where I am.

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DOORBELL RINGS

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-Hello, Amy.

-Karen?

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I know you're not expecting me,

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but I wondered if I could have a word.

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Um...

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So something has come up, and I wanted to talk to you about it.

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Oh?

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How's your skin been lately?

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Have you had any irritation, any scratching?

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No.

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Oh, fantastic, that's great.

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I just wanted to be sure.

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What's this about?

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Well, we've had an outbreak of scabies at work.

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And I've got to go around and check

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that there have been no problems, trying to trace the source.

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It's not bad enough I lost Sean,

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now you also think I'm going around spreading horrible illnesses?

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No, no, no, no.

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They're just little mites...

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I just wanted to check that you were OK.

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Because this place is a pig sty.

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Amy, I can see that you're not coping.

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That is not your fault, after everything that you've been through.

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But your house doesn't seem very clean,

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and that can cause all sorts of problems for your health.

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I know.

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I'm sorry.

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I don't want to live like this.

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I never used to.

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That's OK, I'm going to get you some help.

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That's what these VPAS visits are all about.

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Everything's going to be OK.

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PHONE BEEPS

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SHE SOBS

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Amy?

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SHE SIGHS

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Something wrong?

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No.

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Actually, since you've asked...

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Yesterday, I gave in to my passion.

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OK...

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It was just a kiss, but I can still taste it.

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And now Ashley has gone and booked us a hotel

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for a dangerous liaison this afternoon.

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Dangerous liaison? Tank-top Ashley?

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-The very same.

-You're not going?

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Beneath that tank-top beats a burning heart.

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Valerie, he's married.

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

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at lunchtime in a cheap hotel.

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You make it sound so sordid.

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It is.

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Yeah, but there is a bond between us, it's primal.

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-Unstoppable.

-Valerie, you deserve better.

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It's not just about our physical needs.

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We relate on a mental level as well.

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Yeah, I'm sure you do.

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I bet he even gave you

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the my-wife-doesn't-understand-me speech.

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He actually said that?

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It's true, she doesn't understand him.

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Will you tell me what's going on?

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Amy, you're scaring me. Who called?

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It was a text.

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From Sean.

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Well, you know that can't be true.

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I buried his phone with him.

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You saw it.

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Can I... Can I see?

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What does it say?

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"I miss you too."

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You know that can't be Sean, don't you?

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I've texted every day, left messages.

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Prayed.

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I know this isn't nice to think about,

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but somebody must be playing a trick on you.

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I told the phone company what happened.

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They promised they would keep the line connected,

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that they wouldn't give away his number.

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They said they wouldn't even charge for it,

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under the circumstances.

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I know you want to believe this, but it can't be happening.

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Please don't reply.

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Amy, Sean's dead.

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Even if his phone was working,

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how could he possibly be sending you texts?

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I don't know how.

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All that matters is that he is.

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PHONE BEEPS

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Oh, I don't know what to do.

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She's not safe to be left alone.

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You dealt with the dodgy window salesman?

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Yeah, but there'll be others.

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How does your mum seem?

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Angry...at me, mostly.

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She thinks I want to turf her out so I can have the house.

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She's just confused.

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I can't get through to her.

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Have you tried singing to her? It can help.

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Right.

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If I wanted nonsense advice, I would speak to Valerie.

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I expect better of you, Ayesha.

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It's a real thing.

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She is losing her mind.

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How is singing some Beatles medley going to change that?

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Heston was talking about it the other day,

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saying opera can trigger memories in dementia patients.

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So, surely the same applies to other kinds of music too?

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Anyway, there's scientific evidence. Look it up.

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Oh, yeah, cos I've got all the time in the world

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to spend disproving some crazy theory

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I already know to be nonsense.

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Al, you asked me for a solution, I suggested one.

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It's up to you if you pay any attention or not.

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Anyway, I've got to go, there's patients waiting.

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HE SIGHS

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Singing therapies.

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Where's Karen? I've got these patient feedback forms

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that she's been going on about.

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She went out to visit patient zero.

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I beg your pardon?

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The woman who started the whole scabies outbreak.

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Apparently her house is Grotsville Central.

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Valerie, as you well know,

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dirty houses have nothing whatsoever to do with scabies.

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That's not what my magazine says.

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What magazine - Scabies Monthly?

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No, Fresh Talk.

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That trash? That's the magazine that ran the article

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about the royal family had been replaced by Russian look-alikes?

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The evidence was quite damning.

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Right.

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Well, the evidence for scabies

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affirms that it passes from skin to skin.

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The mites don't just turn up at dirty houses,

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waiting for someone to jump on.

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But if you'd rather trust the word of those hacks than me...

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Sorry.

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Yeah, Karen might have got a bit caught up in my enthusiasm.

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For two people who've been banging on about this for weeks,

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you're both remarkably naive.

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You're not following, Rob.

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Someone is playing a trick on her.

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It's a sick, cruel joke.

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No, I do, I get it.

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OK? But there's not a lot I can do unless she reports it.

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She's just lost her husband -

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she's desperate to cling onto anything at the moment.

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The longer she spends thinking that she's communicating with him,

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-the harder it's going to be when she faces the truth.

-What?

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And you are certain the messages are coming from his phone?

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His name came up on the mobile.

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And she was weird as soon as she heard the ring tone -

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must have been specific to him.

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And she definitely put it in the coffin?

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I saw her do it.

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Well, someone must have taken it out, then.

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I don't see how.

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The body was in the house right up until the funeral.

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She would have seen.

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You don't think somebody...

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What, dug him up to play a trick? I doubt it.

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And, anyway, I would have heard the reports.

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OK.

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Well, do you think that you could trace

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where the mobile is calling from?

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I need more evidence to authorise that.

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And the phone companies are not exactly quick off the mark to help.

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I don't suppose she's spoken to whoever is doing this?

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No, just texted.

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And why's that?

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That's how she says they communicate.

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I'm thinking that she doesn't want the proof that it's not real.

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Well, why don't you get hold of the number, and call them yourself?

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How? It's never out of her sight.

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If anyone can find a way, it's you.

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Yeah, well, flattery will get you everywhere.

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Yeah, I know.

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Bye.

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Just get in here!

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-HE GROANS

-No!

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Ashley, I am here to work.

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Somebody might see us.

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But I'm hungry for you.

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Make an excuse, bunk off.

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I can't just abandon reception.

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And, anyway, I don't think we should be doing this.

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We don't have a choice.

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We do have a choice, and you have a wife.

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She means nothing to me.

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Tell me you don't feel it, the charge between us.

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Yes, you know I do.

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But some people think you may be using me.

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What people? Oh, I'll set them straight.

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I think they might be right.

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How can they understand what we feel?

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How can they know the fireworks that go off in my mind...

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..every time I look at you?

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Very well, I will go to the hotel and wait.

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The choice is yours, my darling.

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Give in to our love,

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or let other people rule your life.

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-But...

-Sh.

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Mwah.

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Ah.

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Mm.

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Who were you talking to?

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My husband.

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Any more messages?

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He says he wishes he could hold me in his arms again.

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Um...

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Have you...? Well, are you sure that somebody

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hasn't changed the number in your phone?

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Cos...

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I mean, it might say Sean,

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but it could be another number entirely who's actually calling you.

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-Who would do that?

-Well, I don't know.

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But isn't it best to check?

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It'll take two seconds, and it will put your mind at rest.

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See, it's the same.

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I remember the double six at the end - it was our old house number.

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Well, at least we've ruled that out.

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RINGTONE

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Yeah?

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Who am I talking to?

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You called me.

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I presume I'm talking to the man from beyond the grave?

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I'll take that as a yes.

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Why are you tormenting that poor young woman?

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What you're doing is cruel and sick.

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The woman you've been texting

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is going through the worst time of her life,

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and what you're doing is not helping.

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So if you've got any decency, you will stop it.

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This is a wind-up, right?

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What are you playing at now?

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I just thought it would be nice to have a jolly old sing-along.

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You used to like playing on Boxing Day.

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Your carols.

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The whole village would come round.

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I learnt when I was a girl.

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Every Tuesday night after school,

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I had to go round to Mr Henderson's house.

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You remember that?

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Always smelt of chestnuts.

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He was a kind old man.

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He lost his wife in the war.

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It was her piano, I think.

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I remember you trying to teach me.

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It went on for ages, didn't it?

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You wouldn't let me watch the telly, if I had to have a lesson.

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Those scales.

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Ho! I hated those scales with a passion.

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Especially when I wanted to be watching Thundercats.

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I've got to put the washing on.

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Come on, Mum, please, please. Do it for me.

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Let's see what we've got here?

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Why are you trying to confuse me? I know what you want.

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I want you to be well and happy, Mother.

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Here you go, how about this?

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Greensleeves? You know, it's actually a myth

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that this was written by Henry the VIII,

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it's not important right now...

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So, let's see...

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HE PLAYS

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HE PLAYS A WRONG NOTE No, um...

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HE SINGS GREENSLEEVES

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You know how it goes.

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You remember?

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I'm sorry, Mum, it was a stupid idea.

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SHE PLAYS GREENSLEEVES

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# To cast me off discourteously... #

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I swear I didn't know.

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I thought it was my mates winding me up.

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You thought they were pretending to be a grieving widow?

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Who would do that?

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You haven't met my friends.

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They're always doing stuff like that.

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I know they're idiots, but I was just playing along.

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How did you get Sean's phone?

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I didn't.

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Bought mine new the other day.

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The phone company said that she could keep his old number.

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Talk to them about it -

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it must be their mistake, this is what they gave me.

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How did she take it? Did I upset her?

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Amy's grieving.

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She wants to believe it, even though she knows it can't be true.

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So, please, don't answer any more of her messages.

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I won't.

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Thank you.

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I'm sorry.

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Yeah.

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Zara, now, you're a fellow woman of the world.

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Uh-huh.

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You know the thrill of forbidden love.

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Can I help you with something, Valerie?

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Well, there is this gentleman,

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and he would like to ravish me in a hotel room at lunchtime.

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Doesn't sound like much of a gentleman.

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Ayesha disapproves, of course.

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But she just doesn't understand.

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She's never known the thrill of illicit lovemaking.

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But you're different.

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You've got a wild, free spirit.

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Valerie, the first thing I did this morning

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was spend ages, nearly an hour,

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squabbling with Daniel over breakfast cereal.

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And then I tried to prevent Joe from having tantrums over,

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well, just about anything.

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Let's just say, I'm not in that place any more.

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Yes, but you remember it?

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You know, when nothing else mattered but the demands of the flesh?

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Oh, there was nothing better.

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He's married.

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Well, that's just his problem, isn't it?

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The fact that he wants you, makes it all the more intense, doesn't it?

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Yeah, it does.

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So you don't think it's cheap, then?

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Meeting him in a hotel room at lunchtime.

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The thrill of a snatched hour together?

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That moment of feeling truly alive?

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That's not cheap.

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That's glorious.

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So you think I should go, then?

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If it were me, I wouldn't be asking someone else's opinion.

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I knew you'd understand.

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Sorry about that.

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How are you feeling?

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He's gone quiet.

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Why hasn't he replied?

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Amy, there's something that you need to know.

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PHONE BEEPS

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Is that him again?

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What's he saying?

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I shouldn't have contacted you,

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but I had to be sure you were all right.

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Now I know that you are, I can rest.

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I won't be able to do this again.

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I'll always love you, Amy.

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Amy, I...

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I just needed to know he was all right.

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I'm glad for you.

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Wow, Mother.

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I am seriously impressed.

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You've clearly kept your practice up?

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No, I haven't.

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I have an idea.

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How's about I get a carer to come and see you, twice a day?

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What for?

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Well, they could help you with things.

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-They could go shopping for you.

-I do my own shopping.

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Well, it would be someone to go shopping with you.

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They could carry the heavy stuff.

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I could get someone to come and see you of an afternoon?

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Someone to talk to.

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Someone to play the piano for.

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Let strangers into my house?

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I would get them from an agency.

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It would be someone you can trust.

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We could even put up some more cameras, you know.

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If there was any more dodgy business, we'd have it taped.

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What do you say?

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Well, all right.

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If it means I can stay here, yes.

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You know it wouldn't be a permanent solution?

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I'm not leaving here.

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No, I don't want you to leave here, either.

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This is your home.

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That's why we're doing everything we can to keep you here.

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All right.

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Let's see what's next.

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Oh, my goodness.

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Dad used to sing this, every time he had a bath.

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SHE LAUGHS

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-Go on.

-I'll give you a note.

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SHE PLAYS A NOTE Oh, that's high.

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-You'll manage.

-Was that Dad's key?

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I don't know.

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Go on, tinkle those ivories, Elton.

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# Oh, Danny boy

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# The pipes, the pipes are calling

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# From glen to glen

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# And down the mountain side

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# The summer's gone

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# And all the roses falling

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# 'Tis you, 'tis you must go

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# And I must bide

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# But I'll be back

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# When summer's in the meadow

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# Or when the land is soft and white

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# With snow, with snow, with snow

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# Yes I'll be here

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# In sunshine or in shadow

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# Oh, Danny boy

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# Oh, Danny boy

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# I love you so. #

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PIANO PLAYS

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This is why I'm always banging on

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about the need for a proper back up system.

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This is ridiculous. I just pressed a button

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on the keyboard and the whole damn thing...

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We've had a power cut, Heston.

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How long have we worked together?

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You really think I don't know when you're holding something back?

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Can we just talk about this later?

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What about your responsibility to me?

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To yourself?

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What about your responsibility to us?

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Al argues with his mother about her future, and Valerie wrestles with a dilemma. While attempting to track down the source of the scabies, Karen has to deal with a scared widow.


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