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Love and Duty

Rob has an explosive start to the day whilst Jimmi and Mrs Tembe have a clash of opinions after meeting with a psychiatrist.


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Oh, Kev!

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Kev, have you hurt yourself?

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OK, OK, let's get you up.

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Let's get you up.

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HE GROANS

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SHE STRAINS

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Sorry, let's try again.

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SHE SOBS

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I'm sorry, love...

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I just can't do it!

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What time is it?

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Like it matters.

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Have I been here all night?

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Yeah, but it's only dead early.

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Come here!

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PHONE RINGS

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Leave it, Jamie!

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Mum?

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I'm at Sarah's.

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Mum!

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What's happened? Is he all right?

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Mum... Mum...

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What?

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My Dad's fallen out of bed. I should have been there!

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Jamie!

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Jamie!

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You hear about these people going missing, never to be seen again.

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But there are so many more stories where they turn up safe and sound.

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But they don't make news, do they?

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I'm worn out.

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I'm not surprised. You've been out all night.

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Yeah, and nothing to show for it. No leads. Nothing. What if...?

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Shall we ask? Excuse me.

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Have you seen this bloke?

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No.

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OK. Thanks, take care.

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Let's keep looking.

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Should you be out here helping me?

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Well, not really. But I reckon your brother is worth it.

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EXPLOSION

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Oi! Stop, police!

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Whoa! Hang on. You're bleeding!

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Hey!

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They've got away. What happened to the girl?

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She legged it.

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Sergeant Hollins. Yeah, there's been an explosion at the cashpoint on Ripper Street.

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There you go, Dad.

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Stop it, it's fine.

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How many times did you pick me up, eh?

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When I were a kid, you patched me up.

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Wiped away my tears.

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Think we need to call the doctor when the surgery opens, Mum.

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Yeah, Jamie, I know.

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Early twenties, five foot six, maybe.

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Dark brown hair. Nasty cut on her left cheek...

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Um, heels, leggings, sparkly top.

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Thanks.

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Ayesha, I'm going to have to prioritise this now, sorry.

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I know. No problem.

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What are you going to do?

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Carry on searching.

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You need to get some rest.

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You'll be no good to Karl if you're totally worn out.

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Thanks, Rob.

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Hello, mate.

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Yeah, basically it's the same as before,

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only this time they've left behind a gas cylinder.

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Let's get CSI onto it, dust it for prints.

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He can hardly speak now, so he couldn't call me.

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I just heard the crash when he fell.

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Of course. Good morning, Kevin.

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Pat and Jamie thought I should check you over.

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Jamie stayed the night at his girlfriend's.

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Yeah, because I do that all the time(!)

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I'm just explaining that you weren't here!

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Perhaps I could see Kevin on his own?

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Sure.

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OK.

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Let's concentrate on you first.

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Oh!

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Do you need any help?

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-I should have paid 5p but I was trying to be environmentally friendly.

-We've all been there.

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Um...I can't get to the keys.

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Where are they?

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They're in my front pocket. But I don't expect you to...

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How about I take this and you can get your keys?

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Thank you. That would really be good. Ta.

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-Oh! Oh, my

-god!

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I'm really sorry, I'm so sorry...

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Um... Hang on. I've got...

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It's not... That might help.

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Thanks. What about your shopping?

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Yeah... well.

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You know what, take that. Here.

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You sure?

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It's horrible, I know. But it's all you've got.

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Thank you, thank you. Listen, I feel really bad.

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At least let me pay for your shoes. What would that be? What, £30?

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So now you insult my shoes!

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No, I just don't know how much...

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It's fine! Suits you, sir.

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I know you pull your weight, I'm not saying you don't, but your dad needs you here at night.

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OK, fine. It won't happen again.

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I bet Sarah's got something to say about that.

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Everybody's entitled to their own life!

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Except us. You and me. Because we've got to put your dad first.

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May I interrupt...?

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Sorry, doctor.

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-PHONE RINGS

-Excuse me.

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Oh, here we go.

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The doctor's here, so I can't really...

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Kevin doesn't seem to have sustained any injuries.

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Oh, well, that's a relief anyway.

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That's great.

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No, I'm talking to the doctor. Look, I don't think I'll be able to...

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Have you considered a profiling bed?

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Excuse me... Jamie, are you listening to this? What does she want?

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She wants to meet me at the shop. I've said that I can't...

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Right, well just go and give us a bit of peace.

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-But I need to know what's going on.

-So I'll tell you when you get back.

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Jamie, please.

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Wow, that bag is a statement! What exactly, I don't want to contemplate.

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Yeah, I'm exploring my feline side.

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No cat would be seen dead anywhere near that.

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My Geoffrey wouldn't mind.

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Actually, he's quite partial to a bit of dressing up.

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Stop the bus. You dress your... No, don't answer that!

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Oh, Dr Clay, I am glad that I have caught you.

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A psychiatrist friend of Sister Hanif is coming to see me shortly.

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Mrs Tembe, you don't need a psychiatrist!

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You can always come to me with your problems -

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well, any of us, come to that.

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She wants to discuss the possibility of having a clinic here.

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Wh... Like an in-house shrink?

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I would not have put it like that.

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It is an opportunity for us to expand our services.

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But why do we have to have them here? They should stay at the mental health unit, where they belong.

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Has anyone seen The Prince of Tides?

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Barbra Streisand was a psychiatrist in it.

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That's a really good point, Valerie,

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we do not need Barbra Streisand in the building!

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We've talked about taking on a therapist before, so if you want to go ahead and meet with her, fine.

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Perhaps we could meet with her?

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Well, I'm really busy and I have some urgent paperwork I need to take care of.

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I would really value your opinion.

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Ten minutes!

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Ten minutes. My office? Thank you.

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I knew things were going to get worse. But this has happened so fast.

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Last time you were here, he was sitting up, chatting.

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Well, motor neurone disease is unpredictable, and very cruel.

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Yeah. He's been a good man all his life.

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We can make his life more comfortable.

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I'm going to arrange a full assessment of his needs.

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Like the bed?

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He could do with a hoist.

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There's a lot more we can do, now he has his own room.

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Good. I'm paying enough for it.

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Sorry?

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They really want us to move out. But we've been in this house since Jamie was a baby.

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It's our home. It would break my heart.

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Sorry? What do you mean, you're paying enough?

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They reduced my housing benefit after Heather left home.

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You know, spare room? Bedroom tax?

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But Kevin is using the room.

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What difference does that make?

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You must be exempt. You should contact the council and tell them of your circumstances.

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You really think we've got a chance?

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There can hardly be a more deserving case.

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Hardly anyone else would even contemplate what you have taken on.

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Thank you.

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Do you want a cup of tea?

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I've got to do a couple more home visits.

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But do you mind if I pop back later?

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No, but what for?

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I'd like to discuss Kevin with both of you.

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You won't get any sense out of Jamie. He needs a reality check.

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Nevertheless. Later this morning?

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OK.

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Good.

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SQUEALING

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Are you OK?

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I'm fine, just a bit of a wobble on these... Ahh!

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What on earth!

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Don't worry, we're OK.

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Just had a bit of a wobble. I'll be all right.

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Just need to catch my breath.

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Sorry, I'm Megan Sharma. You must be Mrs Tembe.

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Yes, yes. Very pleased to meet you.

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This is my colleague, Dr Clay.

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It's you!

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You have met before?

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Yeah, long story. Over some spilt milk.

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Oh, do tell.

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Miss Pitman...

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Do you want me to go?

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Do you want me to help you back to your desk?

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Would you? That would be very kind.

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I do worry about the long-term psychological effects.

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Can you become crutch-dependent?

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'Doctor's going to think I'm useless now.'

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Doctors, what do they know?

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He's all right.

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Hang on.

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Here's my surprise.

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What? A Mars bar?

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No, you muppet, the flat!

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Well, it's not ours yet, but it could be.

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What?

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Mr Khalil said we could have it cheap.

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My late shifts have paid off, yeah?

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This is like a reward. A place of our own!

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It's a hole!

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It's not! OK, it's small.

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But, like, I can make it nice for us.

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Think about it.

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No gobby mum on your back, no gobby sister and brother-in-law on mine.

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I can't leave my dad, babes.

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You can still go round and see him.

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But he's getting worse.

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I don't know how long he's going to be about for.

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No, you don't. He could die next week...

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Don't say that! What you saying that for?

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Or he could be like this for years.

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And before you know it you'll be, like, 30 and still living with your mum.

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Look, if I leave...

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If you leave, she'll find a way to cope.

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People always do.

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I'm worried about you. You're jumpy. You're sad.

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Your mum and dad had fun when they were young.

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And now it's our turn!

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The NHS wants to make psychiatry more accessible,

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and to have better communication between disciplines.

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So to whom are you accountable?

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The Mental Health Trust.

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We would share management of the patient's care.

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You know, mental and physical health aren't separate entities and it's about time we recognised that.

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I couldn't agree more.

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We would provide point of care services,

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close to where the patient lives.

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So you'd take some of the stigma away.

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How will you get past the reluctance? What are you offering that's different?

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OK, so first off,

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I'd like to lose the intimidating "psychiatrist" label.

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I prefer to be known as a therapist.

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And what am I offering?

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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Transactional Analysis.

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So, people understand why they feel the way they do?

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Exactly. This helps make the patient feel more in control.

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Hello, JJ.

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What now?

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Another cashpoint was blown up this morning.

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Yeah?

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Yeah. Don't suppose you know anything about it, do you?

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Been here all day. Sorry.

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Only we found a gas cylinder at the scene that, as it happens,

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comes from a warehouse on the Cavendish industrial estate where one of your mates work.

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I've got loads of mates.

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After the previous cashpoint was done in, you told one of our officers that you were

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with Bert Haslop the night before.

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Now we can't find Bert,

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which is not a good thing, because he's on probation.

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And his fingerprints are all over that gas cylinder.

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They would be, if he worked at the warehouse.

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Mr Kenwright, you want to be very careful how you answer these questions.

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Do you know where Bert Haslop is?

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No.

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JJ, I'm trying to give you the heads up here.

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CID will take over this case.

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So if you know anything, you're better off telling me.

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Am I? Why's that?

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Because you don't want to pervert the court of justice.

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You know where I am if you remember anything.

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What about the service charges and management costs for the office?

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The Mental Health Trust would cover those.

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And I have spoken to my Medical and Clinical Director.

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There's no problem with any aspect of funding.

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Great. So we could extend the service to the campus.

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Indeed, but all these issues need to be discussed with the other partners.

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It's no problem, I'll talk to them later.

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But they are on holiday!

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You cannot possibly expect them to make a snap decision over the phone.

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Daniel's not going to mind.

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This has come up in many partners' meetings in the past.

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It's exactly what we're looking for.

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Here's my current research and a list of publications.

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If you're interested?

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-Yeah, sure.

-I have to go. I have another appointment.

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Yes, of course.

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-Thank you for coming in, Dr Sharma.

-Pleasure.

-And we will be in touch.

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Thank you.

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-You've got to be kidding!

-Look, it's just down the road.

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I'll still be here for Dad, like always.

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He needs you through the night. Every night.

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So I'm selfish? Is that what it is?

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All right, tell me how it's going to work. What's the plan?

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Yeah. See, that girl's got you under her thumb.

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You're putting her first. And no way is she worth it.

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You hardly even know her!

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No! Because she's never been here.

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Your poor Dad's never even laid eyes on her.

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Probably because she don't feel that welcome.

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Rubbish! She's not interested.

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Mum, I love her and she loves me.

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Oh, I see. Love makes the world go round(!)

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You're not even trying to understand.

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KNOCK AT DOOR

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Excuse me, the door was open.

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Doctor! Sorry.

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Where do you think you're going?

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Jamie... The doctor's come back especially to talk to you.

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I'd leave him for the time being.

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What have I turned into?

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He's never complained, never asked, "Why me?"

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Not until he met Sarah.

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I'm terrified she's going to come between us.

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I'm sure that won't happen.

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If I persuade him to stay, he'll resent it.

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But if he moves out... Well, me and Kev can't manage without him,

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we just can't!

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That's why I want to talk to you about getting help.

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-No, I'm not having strangers here.

-Please, hear me out.

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Whatever you say, it's not happening.

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I think you're eligible for health care funding.

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Nursing in the home.

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But you do need to be assessed.

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Oh, here we go. Assessed! And then we get the bill.

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No, it's free.

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I'll tell that to my support group. They could do with a laugh!

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I think Kevin meets the criteria.

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Yeah, assuming there are enough carers to go around!

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You get approved and then wait in the queue. That's the reality.

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I would do my utmost to prioritise your case.

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There's no point.

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There is, because you and Jamie aren't coping.

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You'd better not be suggesting we don't look after him properly.

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I'm not. But it's very hard when you love someone

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to admit that it's getting too much.

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Please tell me if I'm wrong.

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If the carer stayed overnight, you would be exempt from bedroom tax

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for Jamie's room, if he wanted to move out.

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It's not all about the money.

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I know. You want to do what's best for your family.

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Any news about Karl?

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No, not yet. Ayesha's still looking for him.

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Don't suppose you've had a female patient come in with a cut on her left cheek?

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No. Have you tried A&E?

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Yes! No luck.

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Oh, hang on! Does a scratch count?

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A scratch?

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Perpetrated by a cat. Allegedly.

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What did she look like?

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She was blonde, but the cat was tabby. So she said.

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No, come to think of it, that was on her right cheek.

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We'll keep 'em peeled.

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Sergeant Hollins. May I have a word, please?

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Yes, of course.

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In private?

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I understand that you harassed JJ outside my house again.

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I don't think I harassed him.

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Do you not think that this is inappropriate?

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No, I don't, Mrs Tembe, because these are serious crimes.

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Someone was injured today.

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Right, I am sorry to hear that, but JJ was not involved.

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You are wasting time pursuing an innocent man.

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I have to explore every avenue, that's my job.

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Has JJ ever mentioned Bert Haslop?

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No, he has not. Who is this man?

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Just someone we're looking for.

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I would help you if I could. And so would JJ.

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PHONE RINGS Excuse me.

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I have to take this, sorry.

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Sergeant Hollins.

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Where was he found?

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OK, leave it with me.

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PHONE RINGS

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Ayesha. It's Rob.

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Hey.

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Uh, a young guy who sort of fits Karl's description

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has been taken into St Phil's. He was involved in a RTC.

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How bad is he?

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He's unconscious at the moment. That's all I know.

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Listen, it can't be him, because he hasn't got a car.

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And don't tell me he stole one, because that was never what he was like!

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No, no, no. He was a pedestrian. He walked into the road.

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Was he high?

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I have no idea.

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Where are you? I'll come and pick you up.

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-No.

-That's what I said at first, but I'm starting to see the sense of it.

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It will help take the pressure off.

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Take the pressure off? Say what you mean, doctor.

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You mean I can't hack it.

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Absolutely not - you and your mother have been absolutely wonderful.

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Your dad won't mind.

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So you'd rather have a stranger than me?

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Of course not. He idolises you.

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Look, if he doesn't want it, it's not happening.

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He does want it. For your sake.

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This isn't about me! It's about him.

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I talk to me Dad.

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I read to him. We listen to music...

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You can still do that.

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It wouldn't be the same.

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So how do we sort this? Tell me!

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I'm sorry, doctor. I know you're only trying to help.

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I know it's not an easy decision...

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I'm really sorry...

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POLICE CAR RADIO

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OK, thank you.

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What?

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The guy, the pedestrian, whoever he is, he went into cardiac arrest.

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They couldn't save him.

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Ayesha, I can't imagine what you're going through, but we do need to establish

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whether it's Karl or not.

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You want me to...?

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Unless there's somebody else?

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Only my sister.

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No. I've got to do it.

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Because this is all my fault.

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Come on.

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We couldn't have managed without you, Jamie.

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I should have told you that more.

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You love Sarah, don't you?

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Yeah, but...

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But Dad's just getting weaker...

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How am I supposed to walk out on him when he needs me the most?

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No way would you ever walk out! Your dad knows that better than anyone.

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Look, we can make this work with the carer.

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You know, we'll have a rota.

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I never said it was too much for me. I never said that.

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Neither did I. But I'm admitting it now.

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There's a limit to what we can do and we've reached it.

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I promised I'd always be there for him.

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You will be. You will be.

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But the doctor's right, this is better for all of us.

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And you deserve a life of your own, love.

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I mean that.

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SHE SOBS

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Make me a cup of tea?

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What?

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Must be engrossing.

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Mm. Megan's research document.

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Who's Megan?

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Megan, the psychiatrist.

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Ah. That'll be like wading through treacle.

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Mmm?

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All right, I think I'm just go to reception, dance around naked.

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See if I can get the patients to join in a nude conga.

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OK.

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Unbelievable.

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Poor lad.

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I'm so relieved it wasn't Karl, but another part of me feels guilty.

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That was someone else's son, brother, boyfriend...

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This is going to be the worst day of their lives.

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Yeah, I know.

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He was such a star, Karl.

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We were all dead proud of him.

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He didn't have the best start in life, with Bren, but he made it.

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At least he did for a little while.

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Years ago, he had this den in the woods behind the Churchill.

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Used to go there to smoke. What do you think?

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I think we should take a look.

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So?

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Well, I was very impressed.

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You'll be even more impressed when you read this.

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Thank you, Dr Clay.

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Sorry I was abrupt before.

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-Oh, not at all...

-Just that we need to go ahead.

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I agree. I will certainly make that point at the partners' meeting.

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Yeah, listen, that's three weeks away. We can't wait that long.

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I'm going to ring Daniel later today.

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If you can ring Megan and arrange a start date for her? Thanks.

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Hey...

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What's up?

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Usual. I'm slaving in here and my sister's watching telly.

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I spoke to my mum.

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About the flat.

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She said it was OK.

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Oh, Jamie!

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But I can't do it.

0:25:200:25:21

What?

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Not while my Dad's so ill. But I've got a plan.

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Why don't you move in with us?

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You're not serious. Your mum hates me!

0:25:330:25:36

No, she doesn't. It'll be fine and then, when the time's right, we'll get the flat.

0:25:360:25:41

There won't be a flat. He'll rent it out!

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We'll get another one. A nicer one.

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Not at that price!

0:25:450:25:46

Sarah, please, work with me!

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No way will this work, Jamie.

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We'd be together.

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Being together is about having our own place.

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-Making a proper life for ourselves. Having kids. Isn't that what you want?

-Yes...

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You just don't get it. I can't leave my dad.

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And I'm not moving in.

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Cos if I do, it could split us up. And then we'll have lost everything.

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So you're asking me to choose?

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Yeah, I suppose I am.

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You know, if you loved me, you wouldn't make me do this.

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It's probably not here any more. It was a long time ago.

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No, it's round here. I know it is.

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Karl...

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Karl!

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What are you doing?

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I thought you were dead!

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-Tell me that's not a copper.

-It's Rob Hollins, mate.

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-It's OK. He's helping us.

-Can you walk?

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-Dunno.

-Let's try, shall we?

0:27:050:27:07

-Where are you taking me?

-Back to Emma's.

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You don't even buy I'm ill!

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It doesn't matter what I think! Come on, you're coming home with me.

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Come on, that's it.

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I love it! I feel like Jane Torvill.

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I'm so sorry.

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I need you to start thinking about menu ideas.

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Make arctic roll. I love that!

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I'm a GP.

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Does that mean you solve crimes?

0:27:310:27:34

This is another dig. You need to keep your nose out of it.

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I'm going to have to call you back.

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Rob has an explosive start to the day whilst Jimmi and Mrs Tembe have a clash of opinions after meeting with a psychiatrist.

Heston helps a carer who is torn between moving in with his girlfriend and staying with his chronically ill father.