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Al tries to get to the bottom of his headaches, while Zara and Daniel return to find Valerie in a very odd mood. Heston is put in a difficult position.


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SCANNER BLEEPS

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CLOCK TICKS LOUDLY

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It looks comfy.

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You'll be like a pea on a drum.

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Well, all being well it won't be for too long.

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Just say something, please!

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Don't sugar-coat it!

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Dr Haskey, I wouldn't dream of doing that with somebody in your position,

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but everything seems to be more than acceptable.

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A-OK, in fact.

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No, it can't be.

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Please, take a look for yourself.

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Everything's well within limits.

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No swelling, no growths or lesions.

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There is literally nothing abnormal there.

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-You're reading it wrong.

-Excuse me?

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The pain is too severe. There has to be something.

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-Surely, the fact that there isn't is reassuring?

-Reassuring?!

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My head is literally splitting,

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and you've got no answers for me at all, have you?

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I would take this as the good news that it is.

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At the very least, this has ruled out a large number of possibilities.

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Well, thanks ever so much for your expertise.

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-Welcome back!

-Thank you.

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-Did you have a lovely time?

-We did.

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Looking forward to hearing all about it.

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Excuse me, I've got to dash.

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You're back?

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Yes, we are. How's the foot?

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Oh, getting there. I'll be out of this boot soon.

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So, did Joe enjoy it?

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And Isabelle.

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Oh, they must have had a great time.

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They did. We all did, actually.

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Did you miss us?

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Against my better nature.

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Oh, the holiday really did do you some good!

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Don't push it.

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Did you take lots of pictures?

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Oh, too many.

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Can't wait! I hope you wore lots of sun tan lotion?

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Er, yes.

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You can never be too careful.

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Melanoma can get anybody,

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even somebody with genes as strong as yours.

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Is there any of that sort of thing in your family?

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Not as far as I'm aware.

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Good!

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PHONE RINGS

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Hello, Mill Health Centre.

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DOORBELL RINGS

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Here we go.

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You ready?

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Yeah. Absolutely.

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Let me ask him.

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Luke...

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Please. You've been through enough. Just rest up, yeah?

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OK.

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Come in.

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Just checking in.

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Oh, hello. That is very good of you.

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Not at all.

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So...

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Did the wheels fall off?

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No! No, everything has been going very well.

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Really?

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No problems with the vulnerable patient scheme?

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Oh, there were one or two teething problems at the start,

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but we tackled them head on

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and actually, everything is going very well.

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Better than could be expected.

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No other dramas?

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Or fall-outs, or tantrums?

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How's Dr Sharma getting on?

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-I bet she's having a tough time settling in.

-On the contrary!

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She has fitted in as if she has been here all the time.

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You know, she is very self-sufficient.

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In fact, you could pop in and see Dr Vere.

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Ah!

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Is he having another wobble?

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Oh no, no. Nothing like that.

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No, no, no.

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Dr Vere is making great strides with his emergency medicine,

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and I am sure he will be keen to share his progress with you.

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So, er... Well!

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-How was your holiday?

-It was great.

-Good!

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It's good to be back.

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I'd better crack on, otherwise it'll seem like you don't need me at all!

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Oh, no!

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-Heston!

-Tina.

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Good to see you. How are you feeling?

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A bit weary,

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but I might still be up for a spot of go-karting later on.

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How have you been keeping?

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I'm fine, thank you. Do you mind if I just...?

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By all means. You've seen it all before.

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Oh, it's stunning.

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I needed to book my holiday like, yesterday.

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What happened there?

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Why's your mouth hanging open like that?

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Well, Joe took it. Bless him.

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Not your best look.

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That one needs to be deleted.

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Now this...

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What's bugging you?

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I just want some peace and quiet.

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So you came in here? Sure you don't want some attention?

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-There he is! How are you?

-Good!

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Was it as good as I've heard?

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That is Chuck. The diving instructor.

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SOUNDS BECOME ECHOES

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This is what I like. Men who aren't afraid to express themselves.

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-He reminds me of someone.

-Emotional intelligence.

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Hot tub salesman?

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What hot tub salesman?!

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Yeah, he really did get my bubbles going!

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The staff room is supposed to be a place of peace and quiet!

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This inane chatter's driven me to distraction. No wonder I'm not well.

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Oh, I'm so bored with all this now.

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I hate Luke having to see all this.

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It's no way for him to remember me.

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He'll have plenty of good memories.

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I looked after my dad, and the last few weeks are ugly.

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It's bound to leave a mark.

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Well, palliative care has come on a long way since then.

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Not far enough, in my opinion.

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It took me years to think of the good memories with my dad.

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But they came back, didn't they?

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Eventually, but the damage is already done.

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I'd sooner send Luke away, but it'd do more harm than good.

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I don't think he'd want that either.

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Rock and a hard place.

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No child should have to do this with their parent.

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We should be able to avoid all this, shouldn't we?

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In a civilised society?

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The nurses have been gone quite a while.

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Luke sent them home. I didn't need them.

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Oh!

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That's enough chatting, you need to rest.

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KNOCK ON DOOR

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You all right?

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No.

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How did it go?

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Not brilliant.

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Oh no, what is it?

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What it is is none of your business, Ayesha.

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Al, come on.

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I can't believe this is happening to me!

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I'm so sorry.

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What did they say?

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They didn't find anything.

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What?

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I went all that way to see their so-called expert,

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and nothing!

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They didn't find anything?

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Nothing!

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That's good news! I thought it was something serious!

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It IS serious!

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Nobody... Nobody knows what's going on!

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So there's nothing wrong with your brain?

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According to this expert.

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Maybe it's psychological.

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All right, yeah! I hadn't thought about that, had I?!

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All right, sarky pants!

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Why don't you go and see your favourite Doctor Megan,

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get her take...

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Could you close the door behind you, please?

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Is she all right?

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-Yes, she's resting.

-Right.

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Heston, um...?

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How, do you feel about...

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Er, doesn't matter. It's nothing.

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No, no, no. Go on.

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It's nothing. You want one?

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No, I'm fine.

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Did you talk to the consultants at the hospital?

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Yeah, they were great, actually.

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Handed all responsibilities over to me.

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Made bringing her home much easier.

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Good, because it's not always that straightforward.

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They're saying it'll be a week, two tops, before she...goes.

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Where are the nurses?

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Don't need them.

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I insisted.

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They'll come and refill her driver morning and night, it's fine.

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There's no shame in them being here.

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They're very good at what they do.

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The whole point of getting her out of hospital was, well,

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so it didn't feel like a hospital, and I've got this.

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-Really.

-It's very difficult for someone to handle on their own.

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Seems only right it's this way at the end.

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This isn't normally how it's done.

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Trust me, she's looked after me just as much as I have her.

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You sure you don't want a cuppa before you go?

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No, I've got a few more house visits,

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but anything you need, anything at all, give me a ring.

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Er, there is something actually.

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Will you help Mum die, please?

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Heston, say something.

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Luke...

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I can't do that.

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Why not? GPs do it all the time.

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-They don't, actually.

-They do, it's just not talked about.

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Luke, I can't do it.

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For many reasons.

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You mean your career?

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There's a woman in there,

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did nothing but kindness for everyone she's ever met.

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Now she's suffering, in agony.

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You don't think she's earned a little kindness herself?

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Is the pain management not working?

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-Look at her, Heston! That's not what she wants!

-Luke!

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Listen to me. What you're asking is illegal.

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You think I care about the law when my mum is like this?

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You have to let things take their course.

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That's what the palliative care is for.

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All that does is draw out the inevitable.

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Nobody would know it's you.

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We have the pills already.

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You just need to administer them.

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Properly, so she goes peacefully.

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You have to give me those pills, Luke.

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No.

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Valerie, who have I got next, please?

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Isn't it on your screen?

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Probably, but I can't look at that screen without the feeling

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that my eyes are getting poked into my skull with spikes.

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Mr Boulter. You want to get that sorted.

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You could always change your mind.

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I've told you before. I'm desperate, not delusional.

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It might surprise you.

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Belladonna.

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Beautiful lady.

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Also known as deadly nightshade!

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Yeah, but it's just a little tiny bit. The way it works is...

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Oh, I know how it works! Or how it's supposed to work.

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Well, it's your headache.

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Yes, it is. Not in a million months of Sundays.

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Mr Boulter, do you want to...?

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Back in the swing of things?

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More than I thought I would be, to be honest.

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I'm still waiting for the axe to fall, though.

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Oh? In what way?

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Well, Mrs Tembe says everything has been fine since we've been gone

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but I was expecting...

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Everything to be on fire?

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Give it a couple of days.

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I'd imagine Mrs Tembe has swept a fair pile of things

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under the carpet.

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The main thing is that you have a wonderful tan.

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Why are you being so nice to me?

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Can't I just be nice?

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What do you want?

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OK. Have you noticed anything odd about Valerie?

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All right, all right, odder?

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Um, not particularly. She seems like her usual Tigger-ish self.

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No, there's definitely something up with her.

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-Whatever it is, let it go.

-Happily.

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-How about you saying something?

-No.

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No way! I am not making that mistake again!

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I'll end up seeming like the Wicked Witch Of The West.

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If you want to get involved that's your choice,

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but anything to do with Valerie is your department!

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Who put me in charge of managing the crazies?

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Get out!

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Out?!

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Just upped the levels slightly.

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Ouch!

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Oh, I really am being a bit of a nuisance, aren't I?

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I do apologise for my shocking hosting skills today.

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Well, it's not the worst party I've been to...

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LUKE LAUGHS UNEASILY

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But I wouldn't worry about it.

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Oh, I'm not.

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The only thing I worry about is him.

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Mum.

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Heston's going to help us.

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Oh, Heston!

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You're a good man.

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I think Luke has given you the wrong impression.

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No, I've not! You can, and nobody...

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Luke. Heston?

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Tina, I can't help you with what you want.

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And you wouldn't be the Heston I knew if you could.

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No, I wouldn't.

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It's all about choice, Heston.

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And I respect yours fully.

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I just wish I had a choice.

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Well, looks like I'm going to be here for a bit longer, then.

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All right.

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Thank you, Heston. You've been very good to me over the years.

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My pleasure, Tina.

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You are a very rare soul indeed.

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Oh!

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Mum?

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Mum, are you OK?

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Yeah. Sorry.

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Go, go.

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Luke.

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Yeah, sure.

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Hi. Do you have a couple of minutes?

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Of course. Take a seat.

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How can I help?

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Nope.

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Nope, can't do it.

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Al?!

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-Al?

-Everything OK?

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Well?

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What choice do I have?

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I don't think you appreciate the toll this would have on you.

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This is an opportunity to show love.

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All I'm doing is paying back a fraction of the kindness

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she's given me over the years.

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She didn't give you all those years for you to end up in prison!

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Well, you're the only one who'll know.

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I'd have to tell the police!

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Your mum wants you to be happy.

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Am I right?

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Yes.

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She doesn't want you to end up behind bars.

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No.

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I can't.

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I can't. Why does it have to be like this?

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Make the most of your time with her.

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Say the things you haven't said, repeat the good things you have.

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And try and find some peace in that.

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Yeah, you're right.

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Hang on...

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Here you go.

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Thank you, Heston.

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Really.

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I just wasn't expecting it to be like this.

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I guess it's just a different kind of peace for her, isn't it?

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I'll phone the hospice and get the nurses back.

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OK.

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I'll see you soon.

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Keep me informed.

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I'll just say goodbye to your mum.

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KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Yup?

-Can I quickly ask you a question about VPAS?

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I'm getting in a right tizz with them.

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No problem - just the person I wanted to speak to.

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Oh, don't I feel special?

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So, tell me how it went with Dr Anderson at the Granger Clinic

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while we were away.

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It was all right, but he wasn't a patch on you. Honestly.

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Different planet.

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-Oh, what happened?

-Oh, nothing happened.

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It was fine - he was quite competent, actually,

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but he just didn't have your spirit, your intelligence.

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What is your IQ? It must be right up there.

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Er, I think it's above average.

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He also didn't have your drive.

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You know, the "Granger Go-Get-'Em"!

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You barely stop.

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That must be a mighty metabolism keeping you on your feet?

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I'm sorry, what?

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And the height must help.

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With what?

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With everything!

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What are you, 6'2"?

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Valerie?

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Yes, Daniel?

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What's going on?

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I am just taking an interest in my work colleagues.

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It's a new thing I'm trying. Helps improve rapport.

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OK, rapport.

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Well, just as long as rapport doesn't find its way back

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to gossiping. Remember?

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-Hm.

-So why don't you start less personally and work your way up?

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That's a very good tip, Daniel!

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See, that's what makes you the man you are!

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Good... Good catch-up.

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SHE GASPS You all right?

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What can I do? What hurts?

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Everything.

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Has Heston gone?

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Yeah.

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Sit down.

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Sorry it didn't go according to plan.

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I want to go now, but not if it's going to be giving somebody

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a nightmare for the rest of their life.

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There really isn't any point if we don't have a choice.

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Hey, shh.

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Shh.

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I feel like I'm letting you down!

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You're not letting me down.

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You're not letting anybody down.

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I'd hate for my last act to be replacing my misery

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with anybody else's.

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Let alone my beautiful son.

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Shh.

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Everything's going to be all right.

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Come on.

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-What were you reading?

-Er...

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Hospice booklet.

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What to expect, that kind of thing.

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Riveting.

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Mum.

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Are you ready?

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Are you?

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Yes, I understand, but we could really do with the nurses there.

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The family would appreciate your support.

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Thank you very much.

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-HE CRIES Heston!

-OK.

-She's...

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-OK, OK.

-Oh, Heston, she won't...

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Ambulance, please. Thank you.

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Yeah, it's Dr Heston Carter, Mill Health Centre....

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HE HUMS ONE NOTE

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KNOCKING

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-You all right?

-Yeah, fine.

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You don't look fine.

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Yeah, well, maybe that's because I've done everything

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that every crank said that I was supposed to do

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and yet, I still feel like that bloke from Scanners

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whose head explodes.

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You need to give it more time.

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I've done everything.

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Drank lots of water. I got early nights. I've even got a scan done.

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-Nothing. Nada. Niet!

-You know what it is.

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-I don't!

-Yeah, you do.

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I told you ages ago, you said no.

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It's Occam's razor, mate. It's grief.

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You're like this broken record.

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This is not a psychosomatic response! Look at me!

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It's just grief, mate. I'm sorry, but it just is.

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I don't like it.

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I don't like not being able to fix it.

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Yep. Yeah, I know that one.

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People'll tell you it gets easier. It doesn't.

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You just get better at dealing with it.

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I'm here, though. As long as it takes.

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Cheers.

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Suck it up.

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-Suck it up.

-And breathe.

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And breathe.

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And go and apologise to Megan

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cos you don't need to insult what she does.

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And apologise.

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-See ya.

-See ya.

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Yeah, simple choice, really, but then it didn't happen.

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-I don't regret trying.

-You didn't tell her I'd call the police,

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-did you?

-No.

-And now she's going to die in hospital,

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which is exactly what she didn't want.

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-This could have all been avoided.

-Yeah! You could have helped us!

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I thought I was!

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I can't...I can't remember a single good memory of us.

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Is that normal?

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What happens now?

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I call the police.

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Oh, Mum.

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I'm so sorry.

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Will they let me see her first? You know, be with her now?

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I don't know. I'll ask them.

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You'd do that? Despite what I've done?

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Tina Graley, advanced stage breast cancer, suspected drug overdose,

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pulse is weak and erratic, breathing shallow.

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Daniel! Hang on.

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I just want to let you know I am seeing my specialist on Monday.

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Good.

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So, I might be needing to ask you a very important question

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if all goes well.

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You could ask me now.

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What, and spoil the surprise?

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Hello, my name is Sid.

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Don't worry, we'll have you out in no time, OK?

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-No, not now.

-Oh, come on.

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You know you want to, really.

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I don't want her to know.

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-But she's your mum.

-So?

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She hates me.

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Al tries to get to the bottom of his headaches, while Zara and Daniel return to find Valerie in a very odd mood. Heston is put in a difficult position when a patient's son asks him a nightmare question.