Part 1 EastEnders Omnibus


Part 1

Masood's desperate attempt to halt Tam and Afia's wedding is dealt a crushing blow, but a bigger shock lies in store for Zainab when Yusef makes an unexpected confession.


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-Happy Fathers' Day.

-Oh. Yeah. Cheers.

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New shirt? Tag's hanging out.

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-From the girls.

-Been thinking, it might be nice idea to get us all together this afternoon.

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Fathers' Day barbecue, round at ours.

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-Good idea, Greg.

-Great.

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Perfect.

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You can't put Auntie Bushra there. She'll have her back to us.

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-Finally.

-Auntie?

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-The wedding is on top of us, OK? That seating plan has been locked in for a week.

-I'm just saying.

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She reckons she has a neck condition

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from turning around at the Afridi's wedding last year.

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-Oh, please.

-She's been wearing a brace, Auntie.

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-A brace.

-It is best to keep her happy.

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And what about Auntie Shameen?

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She's Mum's sister, I want her to be close.

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It's best to keep her happy as well.

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All right. Fine.

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-We'll move Shameen to this table, OK?

-Where are we putting Dad?

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Your father doesn't even deserve to be there,

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not the way he's been behaving recently.

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Fortunately for him, a lot of questions would be raised if he's not there.

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Oh, so now not only is my brother banned,

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but my Dad owes his place to the whims of Asian gossip.

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We haven't finished, Tamwar.

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It's not like you need me, is it, Mum?

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I'd better...

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He's right, you know. Syed should come to the wedding.

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-No. Absolutely not.

-I'm just saying.

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What, and bring his boyfriend?

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So they can bang on about wanting to adopt a baby? I don't think so.

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-I'm sure they've other things to talk about.

-Syed, maybe. But Christian?

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I think he puts it on, you know. Nobody's that gay.

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I'd like to ask them, if that's OK?

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-No. I don't want him there.

-I'm disappointed, Zainab.

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We've talked and talked about this and you've never budged.

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I suppose there's something admirable about that.

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But I would have thought that you, who knows how it feels to be mistreated,

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would take this opportunity to be the better person.

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It'd just, it'd be really good if we could make a decision about our own wedding.

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Second wedding.

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Tamwar! >

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Happy Fathers' Day.

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Thank you.

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-D'you fancy lunch at mine?

-Yeah.

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Yeah, fish and chips. I mean, I don't have much of a kitchen.

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Afia?

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Er, beauticians.

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Not that you need it!

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Right, well...I'll see you then.

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And come earlier if you want. Or not. I know you're busy.

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That says "happy",

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so we'll put that one there...

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Do you want another one? Michael?

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Michael, why don't you help her for a bit?

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She's making a card. Fathers' Day, for Jack.

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Nah, nah. You're all right.

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GREG YAWNS

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This is it for us today.

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The sofa. Your snuggly shirt.

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I got a few sausage rolls from the posh bakery for lunch.

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-Actually...

-Maybe, maybe, I'll have a shower about, what, four o'clock?

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But at this stage, I can't guarantee it, Greg.

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You know how it's Fathers' Day?

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Well, we were thinking it'd be fun to get the kids around, have a little barbecue....

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-Who's "we"?

-Well, me, Max... It's a great idea, isn't it?

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Great!

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-Delivery for you.

-On a Sunday?

-Yeah.

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Morning!

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What do you want?

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-It's Fathers' Day...

-So?

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Tickets for the boxing. I...

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Cheers, bye.

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I'll leave your one here...

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Enjoy your day.

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-My mother know about this?

-It was her idea.

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Like the engagement party was her idea?

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That was my poor judgment, I apologise.

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But I assure you, she would like her whole family at the wedding.

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That's a lie.

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She doesn't want me anywhere near it. Him even less.

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She does ask that you don't flaunt the nature of your relationship or your plans for adoption.

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So my mother will generously permit me to attend my brother's wedding

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if I conceal what I am, who I love, and how I plan to spend the rest of my life?

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No way.

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Mummy and Daddy.

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Janet and William.

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The whole family, eh?

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-There's Uncle Phil. Say hello.

-Fifteen missed calls, and now you don't pick up.

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Rainie, call me back, please!

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I'll be taking him back in a bit, so we'll be out of your hair.

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Poor little Janet, stuck in bed.

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One of them 24-hour bug things, Honey said.

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Bit rotten innit, Fathers' Day.

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-Phil, d'you remember that Henry Mason bloke?

-Who?

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You know, the carer... at my home.

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-What, the nonce?

-Yeah.

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They dropped all charges against him. Not enough evidence, they reckon.

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If I'd said anything... Could've helped...

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-Seen my Hammers mug?

-Phil. All them kids.

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-What about 'em? What do you want me to do? Have you seen it?

-No.

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-Julie was using it the other day.

-So?

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-So she might know where it is!

-She'll be back in a minute, why don't you ask her yourself?

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Come on, let's do another picture. What shall we do this time?

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Hello, everyone. Come through. Greg's in the kitchen.

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-GREG:

-Hi, everyone!

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No Vanessa?

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No. Girls' day with Jodie. Looking at wedding venues.

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All right, Greg?

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-GREG:

-All right, mate?

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-You OK today?

-What?

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-Tough day for you. With your Dad and everything.

-It's not your problem any more.

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-Greg's my husband now.

-Yeah, course he is(!)

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Yes, he is. And today is important to him.

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Don't wind him up, don't make him feel stupid.

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Try listening and say, "That's interesting, Greg, tell me more".

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"Oh, yeah, Greg. That's really interesting. Tell me more".

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Please.

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All right. Message received.

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Come on, Tommy. Say, "Come on Bobby! Come on Bobby!"

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Oh, great shot! Even Tommy liked that one.

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-That's my point. 40-15.

-What?

-We said...

-It went...

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No, listen, we said anything wider than here...

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past there, or wider than here... is out.

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-So it's my point. 40-15.

-Hold on a second.

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Me and Tommy agree, that might have been in.

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Who made you umpire?

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Trying to help, that's all. Ain't we Tommy? Trying to help.

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-40-15.

-Watch your Uncle Ian.

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Set.

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The colours work well together, don't they?

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-Well?

-He's very stubborn.

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Knows when he's not wanted.

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-You should stop bothering. Right. Masoods. Khans.

-I am bothering.

-What are you guys talking about?

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Your mother suggested we invite Christian and Syed to the wedding.

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Did she? On what condition? He stops being gay?

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Everyone makes compromises.

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-And he said no?

-I was as surprised as you are.

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Not surprised at all? I would have said no.

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To your brother's wedding? Really?

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Look at that, Greg.

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Smells amazing.

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-Oak woodchips. Gets the smoke up, adds a bit of flavour.

-Lovely. Superb.

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Wait till you try it.

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-Long way from a washing machine.

-What?

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Back in the day, we used to get an old washing machine drum,

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hammer in some star pickets to keep it off the ground...

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-Voila, barbecue.

-Know what that is? That is genius.

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Out in the garden in Canning Town.

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-Few beers.

-Happy days.

-Yeah.

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-Fancy a lager?

-Thank you.

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-Is it ready yet?

-Hang on, babes, I only just got it started.

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Hang on a minute, you shouldn't be drinking! You're ovulating this week.

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Thanks, darling.

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-Phil says keep the noise down. It's driving him mad.

-Nice of him to come and tell us himself(!)

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Sorry, sweetheart, we'll go somewhere else.

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-OK.

-Hold on, there ain't nowhere else quiet!

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Right, I win. You quit.

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-You what?

-Yes. Bobby's right.

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Yes, you quit, so that makes him the winner.

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No, no, no. I have not quit. It's a, what do you call it... rain delay.

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-Shut up, rain delay! You walked off the court. Which means you're a big loser.

-Yep.

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-Thank you.

-Loser.

-Loser.

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Like hell.

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Oh, Ian...

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Do you know what that sound is?

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Sweaty little runt trying to play tennis, by the looks of it.

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No. Fathers' Day. Me and Alfie playing with our sons.

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Must be a right little jolly to you. Three kids done a runner. And a wife.

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-Soon as Bobby gets his Oyster card he'll be doing one and all, won't he?

-Yeah, maybe.

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But until then, I'll enjoy every moment with my son. Which is more than you can say.

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You've got five seconds to get out before you eat that racquet.

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All right, I'm going. I'm going back out there to play with my son.

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-Shabnam sent this?

-From Lahore.

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Wow.

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We thought we'd put our handprints on it, and then write our names and a message or something.

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I don't know. Might be a bit weird.

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And what about Dad only getting a card from three of his four children?

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Only got himself to blame, Tam.

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He's still our father.

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Apparently Mum invited you to the wedding?

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Yeah. Well, firstly, she sent over Yusef.

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More importantly, if I do go, I'm not allowed to be gay.

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That's not entirely true, is it? She probably wants you to keep it small.

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Keep what small? The fact I've found the person I want to be with forever?

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Wooh! I would not go in there for a while, if I was you.

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I tell you, your mum's chooza palak does not agree with me.

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I like physics, yeah? I love physics. It's who I am.

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But I don't always go on about the foundational flaws of quantum mechanics.

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Which are many and grave.

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I know it's not the same.

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But it's my wedding...

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Well, my sham wedding, but I want you to be there.

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It's about us being together and saying,

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"Yeah, there are differences

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"mainly caused by our psycho parents, but...

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"we're still one thing."

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"We're still a family."

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Have you cut your hair?

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Eyelashes, of course!

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-And what did you...

-Extensions.

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-They look lovely.

-For 80 quid, they'd better.

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-Is that really necessary?

-Are you an idiot?

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Sorry.

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Like I need that before my wedding.

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You seem stressed. This should be a happy occasion.

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Two families coming together.

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Syed might be coming, you know.

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-Really?

-Tamwar's talking to him right now.

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All the Masood men will be there.

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That's a good thing, isn't it?

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I haven't forgotten what his Dad did to you.

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I can manage.

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You say that, but I can tell.

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-I know you're terrified of him.

-I'm fine.

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Have you mentioned it to Tamwar?

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He wants him there. What could I say?

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-You're going to be his wife.

-It's family.

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So what are you?

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It's not hard, is it?

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-Tell him to shut up. But I get him in here moaning like an old woman.

-Sorry.

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-Can't do anything right, can you?

-Oi!

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Got something to say, Billy?

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No. It's fine.

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She tell you what to do, does she? Let a thief push you around?

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-I ain't stolen nothing.

-West Ham mug, ain't seen it?

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-No, I haven't.

-Liar an' all.

-Don't talk to her like that.

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Or what Billy, eh? Or what?

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Just...show some respect.

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How about you having a bit of respect that I can say whatever I want under my own roof.

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-It's just a mug.

-If you don't like it, you can walk out.

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-Come on, Phil.

-My house, my rules.

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You got a problem with that, you can leave, but you ain't man enough for that, are you?

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Maybe I am.

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THEY LAUGH AND CHAT

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-Lads.

-All right, mate.

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-Edward. All right?

-Michael.

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Nice day for a barbie.

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-Remember the washing machine?

-Eh?

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Barbecue in the backyard.

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Oh, yeah! He burnt everything to a crisp, this bloke.

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-No-one complained.

-To your face.

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We've got tickets for the fights at Bethnal Green.

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Over at York Hall. Like our front room, wasn't it, Dad? Growing up?

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-Yeah.

-Been a while, though.

-It has.

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Should be a good one.

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Nice eyelashes.

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What, is that the wrong thing to say?

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Really nice. Astronomically beautiful.

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I don't want your dad at the wedding.

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I've been trying to tell you...

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-Tam?

-I just don't think it's entirely reasonable...

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-to ban my dad from my own wedding.

-Sham wedding.

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Yeah, but he doesn't know that. So as far as he's concerned, this is it.

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And the things he did?

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He's family.

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And what about my family? What about what he did to my Dad?

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Do you think that has no effect on me?

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-Of course not.

-But my feelings don't seem to matter. Or yours.

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Look at how tense he makes you.

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I'd just rather this wasn't totally your decision.

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Maybe try, for once in your life, to not see everything in just black and white.

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Enlighten me, then, on the wonderful shades of grey that I'm missing.

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I am scared of him!

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I'm scared for me, and I'm scared for my dad.

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Do you understand that?

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I know he's your father and he's been there all your life,

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but I don't feel safe around him.

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-He's not really like that.

-He tried to kill my Dad, Tam.

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So to me, he is really like that.

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And to have to see him,

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and then to have to be in the same room as him on my wedding day...

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-Sham wedding day.

-It won't be a good day!

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Is family not important to you?

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I'm family!

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I'm your wife!

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You're meant to protect me and make me happy.

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That's your only job.

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That's why I married you.

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Because you make me happy.

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Do you understand that?

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You know I'm not someone who gives orders.

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You know how much I love you and I love our little team.

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But if you don't do this,

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then you stop being that person that makes me happy.

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You become the opposite. And then I don't understand...

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I don't understand why...

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..I love you at all. No, Tam. Please, just go.

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Please, just go.

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How much more?

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60p.

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I saw two pence in some dog muck out there if you need it.

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Thanks very much. Hang on.

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"It's only a mug".

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-Thought that fat scone was going to explode.

-There y'are.

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50. 70! Keep the change.

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Thank you.

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So, we're like, proper housemates then.

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-Looks like it, doesn't it?

-That's good, cos I got you a present.

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-Eh?

-Happy housewarming.

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You're unbelievable, you are.

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Does that mean we get to talk about domestic things now?

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-Like lampshades? What glasses will define us as a couple?

-I want to find him.

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Find who?

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I want to find our son.

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Why?

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I don't know. Fathers' Day, you know...

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having to take William back to Honey, all this Henry Mason stuff...

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-Just got me thinking.

-No.

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-Why not?

-Because we spoke about it before. And no!

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Jules...

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Good people. Max. Tanya. Greg.

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Yeah.

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My people.

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-You understand that?

-Yeah!

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So you can try playing at friendly Eddie Moon, try to be everyone's mate,

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but sooner or later - with my help, if they need it -

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they'll find out what you really are.

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A dog...

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..that I wouldn't be seen dead in a sweaty, old boxing gym with.

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Happy Fathers' day...Dad.

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Come on, Tommy. Say, "Bobby's the champion, Bobby's the champion!"

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Come on, get a move on, this stuff's heavy.

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Ian is a loser! Yes, he is, he's a big loser!

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Good girl, good girl.

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All right?

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-What's the matter with you?

-Nothing.

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All right sweetheart, all right. We'll tidy it up, then.

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In you go.

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Are you mad?

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Oh, yeah.

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Come on, I have crayons. Where's the thing? There. These...

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Get in there. I'll see you shortly.

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Thank you very much.

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Go on, get a wriggle on.

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Now, butterflies.

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You don't like that colour? What about purple?

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I have no idea what I want.

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Tamwar. Are you OK?

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Afia doesn't want Dad at the wedding.

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I see. And what do you want?

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It won't feel right if he's not there.

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I admire your loyalty.

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I'm sorry. I know what he put you through.

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I can manage.

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I agree with you, you know?

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-Really?

-Of course. It's not my wedding.

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It's yours and Afia's. The decisions belong to you.

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Afia says she's scared of him.

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She's family now.

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You'll be sharing a life together. A home. Children, Inshallah.

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I suppose it depends what kind of man you want to be.

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A man who honours his wife, who puts her wishes first...

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that's the kind of man to welcome into a family.

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You'll do the right thing, Tamwar. I'm sure of it.

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This meat is amazing.

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It's the oak woodchips, isn't it, Greg?.

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Gives it that smoky flavour.

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Still a dead animal, isn't it?

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-What about your tofu?

-It's made from beans.

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That's what they tell you.

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-I heard it was puppies.

-Dad!

-What?

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Well. Happy Fathers' Day. Good to have you all here.

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-Could be you next year.

-What's that?

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-Fathers' Day and all that.

-Shut up, Dad.

-What?

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It's nothing to hide, is it? We're trying for a baby, we all know that.

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-See? Exactly.

-Hard work though. As you're aware.

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-It's pre-watershed!

-Thank you, Lauren.

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-But we're focused, got a plan. I run the calendar.

-That way...

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Yeah, all right, Greg. Thank you.

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That's really interesting, Greg. Tell me more.

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Well, like any project, it's all about management.

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Certain things you can only do at certain times.

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Once it's planned, it's a case of turning up on site and getting the job done.

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Greg, why don't you give me a hand with the barbecue?

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-No, no. You cooked, you relax.

-No, it's all right. We'll manage.

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-Don't be silly.

-If you want.

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We'll come back to this project management stuff.

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Fascinating.

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-Top bloke, isn't he? Greg.

-Just stop it!

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Or what? What you going to do, Tan?

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You going to shout at me?

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You'd love that, wouldn't you? It's how we got started the other night.

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You just going to deny it?

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What, what? The massive mistake that it was?

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-I thought was all right.

-Hang onto that thought. It won't happen again.

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-So that's where we're at?

-That's where we're at.

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Don't remember it being "hard work" with us, all that baby stuff.

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-No?

-Nah.

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Never needed much encouragement in that department.

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Over at mine, I couldn't have stopped you if I'd tried.

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Even by your standards, Tanya, that was very spirited.

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Right. We're done here.

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No, we ain't.

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That's it. Put your hand right into the paint.

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Into the paint. And then...

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hands out, like that. Onto the card, yeah!

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There you go.

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-I'll be back in a minute.

-Yeah.

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And...

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..me.

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Hey, Tommy, how good was Bobby today?

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High five, mate. You were a beast out there on the court.

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Eddie, big Fathers' Day with the kids?

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You kidding?

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Last time they did that, I had to by the drinks myself!

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AND finished up paying for Tyler's new exhaust.

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Yeah, that sounds about right.

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Nah, I got a call from Frankie.

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That's good enough for me.

0:24:060:24:08

Happy Father's Day fun?

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Yeah, isn't it mate. Great day. Mind you, the tennis is rubbish, isn't it?

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What do you think? "It's rubbish! Rubbish, Bobby!"

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Leave the plants alone. What's the matter with you?

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Your mum will go mad at you, won't she?

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Nice fag?

0:24:250:24:26

I don't know what you're talking about.

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The shirt looks nice.

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Oh, yeah. It's lovely.

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Is it you?

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As if. No, Abi.

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Happy Fathers' Day, loser.

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Thank you. Come here.

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Good that you and Mum are getting along again, ain't it?

0:24:460:24:50

Yeah. It is.

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Both of you.

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Please.

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-Ta-dah.

-I brought...

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I know it rots your teeth, but...special occasion.

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Right, OK. Well, take a seat, I'll pour you some.

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Nah, it's OK.

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Ice! There's got to be some ice around here somewhere.

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You can't come to the wedding.

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What?

0:25:450:25:46

-It's just you...

-Er...

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You take a seat, um...

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-You wanted ice, right?

-Dad...

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It's not appropriate, the way you've been behaving.

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I explained that.

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-I'm your father.

-I know.

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It's just, it's how I want it.

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-Come on, Tam!

-It's how I want it.

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Really?

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-Yes.

-This is all your decision?

-Yes.

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-Nothing to do with Yusef?

-No!

-Your mother? Afia?

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-No opinion?

-No.

-Just my son.

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-It's your wedding day.

-I know. It's how I want it.

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No, you don't, Tam! It's not!

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What did he say to you? "If you don't do it, you're not fit enough to marry my daughter?"

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Don't you see what he's doing, Tam?

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He's pushing me out.

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He's determined to destroy this family

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and the only thing stopping him, the only thing holding it together, is you and me.

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Dad, it's how I want it.

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No, you don't Tam! You don't!

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I'm your father!

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Times table, remember?

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A little boy who wouldn't go to sleep until his father sat there,

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and rubbed his back, and went through his times table?

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It's how I want it.

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Tam, don't. I'm your father!

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You. I know it was you.

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It's not going to happen. Do you hear me?

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There's not going to be a wedding!

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Masood's desperate attempt to halt Tam and Afia's wedding is dealt a crushing blow, but a bigger shock lies in store for Zainab when Yusef makes an unexpected confession.

Shirley is incensed to discover Phil and Rainie's secret, while Carol and Eddie's relationship takes a heartwarming turn. A guilty Tanya issues Max with a warning when he causes mischief at a family gathering, and Billy has a surprise announcement for Julie.


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