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A Man Called Brown

Heston experiences some computer rage, while Sid volunteers to find the cause of the virus affecting the Mill.


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WILD WEST INSTRUMENTAL

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BARKING

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Yes, I am about to post your cards to Auntie Ag right now.

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You know, honestly, between you and a broken computer,

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I might as well train as...a postman.

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Yeah, no, I'm still here. Um...

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There is a cowboy looking at me from across the road.

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No, I'm not hallucinating. Charming!

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Next time, post your own flipping letters!

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OK, yeah. Bye.

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YELLING

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Oh. I didn't know you were in.

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Because we're still offline, I am typing urgent documents

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and posting them. Posting!

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How very retro.

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But I can't get it to print.

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Let me see.

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You've got documents in your print queue.

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Yeah, but how do I delete them?!

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And, look, this is just gobbledegook.

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-Dingbats.

-Exactly!

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No, no, no. it's a font. You must have changed it by mistake. Here.

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Oh, right.

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What about this stupid machine?

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And don't say, "Turn it off and on again".

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-WHISPERS:

-Turn it off and on again.

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WHIRRING

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CREAKING

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Oh!

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Yes. Yes, I can talk now.

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I mean, I could talk before, but I couldn't talk,

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if you know what I mean. Now I can't stop talking! Sorry.

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I just wanted to see if you'd thought about my, er...proposal.

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I need more time.

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Take as much as you want.

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How long do you think you'll need, roughly?

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Monday? End of next week?

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Oh, Ashley!

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Being with you is the only thing that matters!

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I love you and I want us to spend the rest of our lives together!

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-Valerie?

-Yeah, I'm sorry.

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It's just...you're already married!

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And if you're as unhappy as you say you are, then...

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-I am!

-Then why did you stay with her?

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I don't know. Scared, I suppose.

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Perhaps I was waiting for you.

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It's a shame you didn't realise that sooner.

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I know - but this is our chance, Valerie.

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I don't know.

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I'm going to have to think about it.

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-I understand.

-Bye, Ashley.

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Au revoir.

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No, a bientot.

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What?

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I've got good toes?

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No, it means "see you soon".

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Oh. Right. See you soon.

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Bye.

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SHE SIGHS

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Oh! Huh!

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They're running a bit behind. Who was that on the phone?

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Just work.

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-Right, we'd better get back in there.

-Yeah.

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-THEY CHUCKLE

-Good.

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-Huh!

-Pay cheque?

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No, no, this could be even better than that.

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SMASH!

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I thought the printer was the problem?!

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Smashing it to pieces is not going to help.

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It helped me.

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EMMA SIGHS

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Look at this, from yesterday. Useless!

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Can you recycle electrical goods if they've been smashed to pieces?

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-Valerie?

-Definitely.

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Or not. What was the question?

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Talking of questions...

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If this is anything to do with you-know-who...

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-No, it's not.

-OK.

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Hypothetically, if two people are meant to be together,

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though it didn't work out before,

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is it OK for them to get back together,

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-even though a marriage will be broken up?

-Valerie!

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-Hypothetically.

-I'm not talking about this stuff with you!

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Is that your final answer?

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-It's him!

-Ashley?

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No, the cowboy from this morning.

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Cowboy?

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Oh! Oh, he's coming, he's coming. Oh! Ooh! Oh-oh-oh!

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Maybe he's got an appointment.

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The name's Brown.

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Have you got an appointment, Mr Brown?

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Just Brown.

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I'm looking for a gentleman I know. I'm told he comes in here.

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Well, we can't give out patient details.

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Can't...or won't?

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Both - but mostly can't, because of the law.

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He'll want to talk to me.

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We can't help you.

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Is there anything else?

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What was that about?

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Goodbye.

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Everything OK?

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Mrs Loom from the CQC,

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just checking we are ready for our NHS inspection next week.

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-Are we?

-Our IT expert is making little headway.

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We are having great difficulties communicating with St Phil's

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and some of our patient data is still locked.

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Some things are back to normal,

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but we are nowhere near a smooth, integrated system.

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Hm! But apart from that...

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I am so sorry to paint such a gloomy picture.

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Is there something you wanted to talk about?

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Er... Um... Yeah. What can I do to help?

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Oi! I don't know what your game is, but you can't stop here!

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-Says who?

-Says us!

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I'm waiting for Silas.

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This is private property!

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If you don't move along, I'm going to call the police!

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Better get a wriggle on, mate, because her husband's a copper.

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What about now?

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Is it still private property?

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Problem solved.

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Look, whoever you want to speak to probably isn't even here.

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Tell him I'm a friend of Clarence.

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Why do you want to talk to him?! What's so important?!

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It's about the time he shot my dad.

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Tell Silas to be out here by 12 noon, or he'll be sorry.

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Um...Mrs Tembe, I've been reading about a practice

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with similar problems to ours last year,

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and they were put into special measures.

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Yes. That is why I have decided to hold a full staff meeting.

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-Really?

-Yes.

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Just so we can be honest about our current situation.

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Perhaps a member of staff can suggest something we haven't tried.

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Don't you think that sounds a bit desperate?

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No. I think it will be good for morale.

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Show them that they are trusted -

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and it is far more productive

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than throwing around valuable office equipment.

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Yes, I know all about it.

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Perhaps we can talk about it later, Dr Carter.

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-Stop it!

-What?

-You're looking up the Zika virus.

-No.

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He'll be fine.

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You heard what the midwife said - growth spurts.

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It's best to have all the information.

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Oh, I suppose.

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I mean, I try to be a supportive husband.

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This is like the antenatal class

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when you wouldn't let me join in with the breathing exercises.

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I'm sorry, but you sounded like Darth Vader. It was putting me off.

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I told Sophie.

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From work? What did she say?

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She said having a small head doesn't sound such a bad thing.

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She had four stitches having her first.

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Oh! Well, that's just trivialising.

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She was trying to make me feel better!

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It's like she's not even aware of the consequences

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-of being born with a head in the lower percentile.

-Oh!

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Hi, Helen, Ashley. I am sorry that we're keeping you waiting.

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We're just still running behind a bit.

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-How behind?

-Well, it's one more and then it's you.

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-OK. Thanks, Ruhma.

-All right.

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Elise? Hey, Brent. Do you want to come through?

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Ooh! Mr Jukes? Could we have a word? It's important.

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There's someone waiting for you outside.

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A big bloke in a cowboy hat.

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-A really big bloke.

-Right.

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-You know him?

-Yeah.

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He's been waiting all morning. We're worried that he wants to hurt you.

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Something about shooting his dad. Does that ring any...?

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Um...we could take you out the back exit,

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or if you'd prefer, call the police and just wait here.

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No, no, no, no.

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If he's here, that means he's been around my house.

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I need to see what he wants.

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Are you sure? Because, er...well, he's a big bloke!

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He's basically like a tank in a hat.

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No. I need to do this.

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I can call...

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SHE WHISTLES THEME FROM THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY

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# Doodly-doodly-doo waa-waa-waa

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# Doodly-doodly-doo waa-waa-waa. #

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Silas. It's been a while.

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Since the funeral.

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I seem to remember you making me a promise.

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I said if I saw you again, I'd kill you.

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What you doing here, Brown? I was minding my own business.

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You've got no right to go around my house, bothering my wife.

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She said you're sick.

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What if I am?

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Maybe I've come to put you out your misery.

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It's Clarence.

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Yeah, I know. What do I want with a stuffed bear?

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What's your game, Brown?

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No game. I want to apologise.

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Ha-ha!

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I'm sorry for what happened at the funeral.

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I shouldn't have said those things.

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-I know it wasn't your fault.

-Is that right?

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I want to make amends.

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Go to hell!

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-What?

-I don't accept your apology!

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It was a dumb accident and your dad was dumb enough to get in the way!

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-What...?!

-Stay away from me and my wife!

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Stay away!

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Oh! OK, third time lucky.

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He's lively today, isn't it?

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Hm! Yeah.

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Come on! One clear image and then I can take your head measurements

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and we'll know where we are.

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Do you think it could it be the Zika virus?

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I'm sorry. He's been on the internet.

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Helen went abroad last year.

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-Right.

-Didn't get vaccinated.

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I went to Bruges.

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Right. Firstly, Ashley, there is no vaccine for the Zika virus yet...

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-You see?

-..and most importantly, the chances of getting the virus

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when you're in Europe are very unlikely.

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-Hm.

-Ashley, don't get worked up,

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let's wait until we get a fuller picture, yeah?

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Ooh! Hello. It seems like your belly's agreeing with me.

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-Sorry.

-No, don't apologise.

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I tell you what, I think the best thing would be

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you go and have some lunch, have a little walk

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and then you pop back and I'll squeeze you in,

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-and hopefully this one's calmed down by then.

-OK.

-OK.

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Your uncle? I thought you were really going to hurt him.

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I get that quite a lot.

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-It's my voice, it sounds a bit...

-Menacing?

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I was going to say serious.

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I'm actually just recovering from a cold. Mm-hm!

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Oh.

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So, OK, why high noon?

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"12:00, or he'll be sorry."

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I came on the coach. There isn't another one for four hours.

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-Oh.

-I thought he'd be sorry if we didn't get to talk.

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So... So, he didn't shoot your dad?

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We had a farm.

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Silas used to come around with the beers

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and they'd go shooting rabbits.

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They went out one day and the gun misfired.

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-I'm sorry.

-At the funeral, I hit him. Pretty hard.

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I said it was his fault, but...

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..it was an accident, I know that.

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Maybe you should try again.

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Yeah, no, go on. It was a surprise,

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and we told him that you were there to hurt him, so...

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You know, take the bear with you. Everybody loves a bear.

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And maybe...smile a bit.

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Good luck.

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The software is all out of date, the whole system is underfunded.

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-Nurse Lee...

-Do you know how many complaints I've had

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since this started?

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Mr Macintosh and Miss Pitman will be dealing with that.

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Patients shouldn't have to put up with this.

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If we can't sort ourselves out,

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then maybe we deserve what's coming to us.

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That's ridiculous. It's not like we brought it on ourselves.

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I agree with Ayesha, actually.

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-Dr Vere...

-I was angry, too, at first,

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but it didn't get me anywhere, did it?

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-So I found some books on IT...

-Oh, everyone's an expert now.

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..and I've been speaking to an old friend of mine, Toby,

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who's actually Head of Communications

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at Zip Tech International.

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-Well, maybe we can get him in.

-He's in Johannesburg.

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-Right.

-But he has given me some really useful advice on computers.

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Basically, he's got me thinking of them as stripped-back logic.

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You know, flows and systems. And if I can understand these,

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I should, in theory, at least,

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be able to understand where our problem's coming from.

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Well, do you think you can solve this problem?

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I'm on admin today, anyway. I've always been good at algorithms

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and I've got Toby on the end of the phone, so...

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And you were always very good

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at fixing the technical stuff at the house.

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It's hardly the same.

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Well, if our IT professional isn't getting anywhere so far,

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then what have we got to lose?

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Right. Well, Dr Vere,

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I will organise all the relevant information

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to be brought to your office.

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Thank you.

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Oh-ho-ho!

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Here we go. Right, that's better.

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We should be able to get a lovely picture from that.

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And...?

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And...slap-bang in the middle of the right percentile.

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You've got a very healthy baby.

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Thank you. That's a relief.

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Yes.

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OK, Helen, your blood pressure is still a little bit high,

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-so I'd like to set up some checks for you, if that's OK.

-OK.

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Good luck. Congratulations. You are going to be a wonderful family.

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You're kidding me. Mr Jukes!

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I can see the family resemblance now.

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I'm working. It's a retirement party.

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Oh. Well, I bet they'll have a lovely time.

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Did he go?

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Um... Yes, yes, got away on the coach.

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Is he really called Brown?

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Yeah. My brother was an... unusual man.

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-What's the story with the bear?

-I'm going to be late.

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OK, fine. He's got rid of it now, anyway.

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He got rid of it?

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Mrs Tembe, are we really pinning our hopes

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on Sid and his South African pen pal?

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Let us at least give Dr Vere a chance.

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Most of the hackers are self-taught amateurs.

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So, you know, maybe Sid's exactly what we need.

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-So, it takes one to know one?

-Hm.

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I must say, I do admire

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how positive you have stayed during this crisis.

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Hm. Well, I had some good news this morning. Er...

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I am now a qualified counsellor.

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Dr Clay! Ah, congratulations!

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Yeah, it was quite a surprise after the final assessment.

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How so?

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Trust me, you don't want to know.

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Well, at least we have some good news.

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We can offer our patients another service.

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I will e-mail the rest of the staff straightaway.

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-Oh, Mrs Tembe, no.

-Hm? Wha...?

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Ah! All right, yeah.

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I will go and tell them in person.

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-Well done!

-Hm.

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You all right?

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Hey! Silas! Silas?!

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Where is he? Where's Clarence?

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-I don't know, I just got here.

-You took him, didn't you?

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I gave him to you in the first place. You threw him away!

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-And that was your fault!

-Hey, hey, hey! Let's calm this down.

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I take back my apology.

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Yeah? Well, I don't want it, anyway.

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-And your dad was a drunk!

-Stop it!

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I was sick of looking after him.

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If he can't go after rabbits without shooting his own head off,

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-then maybe he got what was coming to him.

-Oi-oi-oi! Just...

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With a dad like that, no wonder you turned out like this!

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Argh!

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You punch like a little boy.

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Will you pack it in?! Or the bear gets it!

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Yeah, I've got it.

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Who puts a bear in a bin?

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Honestly, you people!

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HE SIGHS

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KNOCK AT DOOR Hey.

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-Hi, Daniel.

-How's it going?

-Yeah, yeah, good. Really good.

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Well, I don't have any answers yet,

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but I think I am starting to understand what the questions are.

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Right. OK. Did Heston take your monitor?

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Yeah, yeah, but it's fine. I'm not using the computer, anyway.

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-You're not?

-No, no, no, no, no.

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-The answers are here.

-What is it?

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Well, I'm trying to draw parallels

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between what I know about human biology,

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which is a fair bit, and what I know about computers.

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-Not so much.

-No, but I am learning.

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We often talk about computers having viruses,

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so perhaps it'll be helpful to think of our network as a patient.

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-I'll leave you to it.

-Mm-hm.

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You do know he wanted you to hit him?

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People say stuff like that

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when they think they deserve to be punched in the face.

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What? She doesn't know what she's talking about.

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Great. I'm not even going to ask.

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-Sorry, Ayesha.

-Clinic in 20.

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Two minutes.

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So...whose bear is it?

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Fine, I'll just drop it off at the charity shop on my way home.

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I'm not sure they'll take it, though,

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because it looks like it's been used for target practice.

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Oh! Oh, it really has.

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Growing up, my brother was always smashing up my stuff.

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He hated it if I had something that he didn't...

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..but he never got his hands on Clarence.

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-Right.

-But then I gave it to Brown,

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and Brown made his dad angry somehow, I forget why,

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and he wanted to teach him a lesson.

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Really, I just think he hated us spending time together.

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So, he shot your teddy bear?

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Put it on the fence and pulled the trigger.

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I tried to stitch it back up.

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-That's not very nice.

-No.

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Mum was gone.

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It was just me and Dad...

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..and Silas, when he came by.

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We used to watch old western movies.

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My dad was drinking, or working, but mostly drinking.

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So, why give it back? I mean, why not just post it?

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What's really going on here?

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No, no, take your time.

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You've got 20 minutes before the place opens!

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I'm having a son.

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-You are?

-It got me thinking...

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..about how things were,

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how you used to look after me when Dad didn't.

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Life's too short to bear grudges.

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Listen, you were right in the first place.

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I bought the beers, I loaded the gun.

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-He used to leave it out in the rain.

-What?

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When he was drinking.

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That's probably why it misfired. Nothing to do with you.

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And you couldn't have told me this?

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-You weren't there.

-You told me to go!

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My dad had just died. He might have been useless, but...

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How am I supposed to tell you anything if you're never there?

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Here he is. What's that, Clarence?

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Oh! You want to go home? I think that's a really good idea.

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Oh, and you don't care who you go home with?

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Well, neither do I.

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OK, yeah, yeah. Cheers. Thanks, Toby.

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I'll speak to you later. Nice one.

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I think Daniel's worried that Toby might be an imaginary friend.

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Yeah, it has got a bit mad in here -

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but I've been back on the server and found some interesting things

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about people's internet habits.

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-OK.

-Buddhism, Jimmi.

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-OK.

-Now, I know it's all about peace and love...

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Well, it's a bit more complicated than that, but...

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Yeah, but some of the popups on those websites you've been visiting

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-can be a bit more dangerous.

-Really?

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Yeah - and you're not the only one. Basically, everyone was a suspect.

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Zara, with her international shoe shopping,

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Daniel's online golf habit, Ruhma...

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You know, Ruhma does her bargain-hunting

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in some pretty interesting places.

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Even Mrs Tembe looking up a Bible quote,

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all these websites have links, and when you click on those links,

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-not so good.

-So, what are you saying, that we're all to blame?

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Oh, no, no, no, no.

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With help from my mate Toby, I've ruled most of these out.

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Which means the only possible cause is...

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Oh! Hm!

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Oh, yeah. OK, mate, thanks a lot. Cheers.

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Sam, he's going to stand in for me.

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His Rhinestone Cowboy isn't as good as mine,

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but I don't think they'll notice the difference.

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-You sure?

-Yeah, positive.

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We've got some catching up to do, haven't we?

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-Fancy another?

-Thanks.

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Two more whiskeys, please, mate.

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I'll tell you what, you can sleep on the sofa

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and I'll take you back in the morning.

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-You don't have to do that.

-I want to.

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Then I can meet young Silas and his mum.

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There's still a month left...

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..and I am not calling him Silas.

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Oh. We'll see.

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So, how's the farm?

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Still got a good orchard...

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..but mostly, we turned it into a caravan park.

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Seriously?

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There's no money in farming.

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We're going to build a pool next year.

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Oh-ho-ho-ho! Your dad would have hated that.

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There's a Wild West theme.

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Ha-ha-ha! He'd have hated that even more!

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Yeah, but good on you, champ.

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Your, er...your dad had problems,

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the way he treated you, and...

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I mean, I popped in as often as I could, but it...

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It was an accident, wasn't it?

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What? Yeah! Yeah, yeah, of course it was.

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It was like you said, he left the gun out in the rain.

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Because I know I was angry,

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but I've been thinking about it...

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..and if that is what you did, then that wouldn't change anything.

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Er...how are those whiskeys coming along, mate?

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SMASH!

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Are you crazy?!

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That had whiskey in it. What a waste!

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Sorry.

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Cheers!

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Cheers!

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But Al lives and breathes this stuff.

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I can't believe he'd be so stupid as to click on...

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Look, here it is. Here it is.

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An e-mail, it says they're launching a new medical app

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trialled in Hong Kong. It's a game-changer.

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Click on the link below for more information.

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-And he did?

-Mm-hm.

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I'm not telling him.

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Don't look at me, I don't get paid enough for that.

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Then we draw straws, or Mrs Tembe could do it, or something.

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Look, I think one of the partners should tell him.

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-Ha-ha! I'm still not doing it.

-OK.

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Look, the NHS inspection is next week. Can we fix it by then?

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-Me?

-Well, yeah.

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Heston says that we have to fix it by then,

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otherwise we might be in special measures.

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Yeah, I know, but, look, I'm certain this is how the virus got in,

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but fixing it is a whole other skillset.

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How we put this right, I have no idea.

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I'm so proud of you!

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GCS is 9, pulse 97...

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Stuart? Can you hear me?

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-She's told you, then?

-Yes.

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And did you have any thoughts?

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Dad, don't start.

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SHE SOBS

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Heston experiences some computer rage, while Sid volunteers to find the cause of the virus affecting the Mill. Karen encounters a cowboy searching for the man who shot his father. Can she intervene before it hits high noon?