10/06/2011 EastEnders


10/06/2011

Roxy gets more than she bargained for when she demands that Eddie leave the Square. A fragile Rainie calls Phil in her hour of need, and Tanya makes a surprising announcement.


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-Thank you, cheers.

-I'll get that.

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-And a tea for me, please.

-No, don't worry about it.

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Independent lady?

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No. It'd stick in my throat.

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Roxy?

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Is there a problem?

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D'you know what? Yeah, there is actually.

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There is, he's about that tall, he's about 60 odd, and he goes by the name of Eddie.

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Ring any bells?

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Look, if I've done something to upset you, let's talk about it, let's sort it out.

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-Grandad, come here.

-You all right, darling? All right?

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Look at this, all innocent and wide-eyed. It's your number one disciple, isn't it?

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Shall we let him know? Shall we open his eyes to what you really are?

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What am I?

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OK, all right, we'll do this. We'll shout it from the rooftops.

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-We'll tell everyone what you did to Michael's mum.

-Roxy, sweetheart,

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-there's a time or a place for this, all right?

-Did you know about this?

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Alfie?

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John. John, it's Rainie.

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Yeah, I know, long time no see, eh?

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No, course I ain't been anywhere else.

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Listen, I was wondering if we could meet...

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if we could meet up.

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-Where are you going?

-Max's, babes.

-No, you're not.

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No, you're taking the day off today. And so am I. I've told the salon.

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-I've just told Max.

-What's brought all this on?

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He has actually.

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We're seeing so much of him lately,

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it's like everywhere we turn he's there, in our faces.

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Just makes me realise how lucky I am to have you.

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And that maybe I don't tell you enough.

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So, what are we going to do with this day off?

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Well, I was thinking later on, we could maybe do lunch.

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And right now?

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Right now, I thought maybe we could work up a bit of an appetite.

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I thought you were going out.

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-So I came back.

-Do us a favour. Go back out again.

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-Tanya.

-Please?

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-Come on.

-THEY GIGGLE

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Eddie, why didn't you say something to her?

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Defend yourself.

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-Lie to her, you mean?

-No.

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Tell her she's heard wrong, it was all some big mistake?

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You forget something from the shops, Alfie, that's a mistake.

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You don't turn on the oven when you're supposed to, that's a mistake.

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What I did...

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..that wasn't a mistake.

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Hey.

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Sorry, sorry, sorry. I popped in to see Ronnie and, erm...

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..I bumped into your old man and I told him what I thought.

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-Did I ask you to?

-No, you didn't have to.

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It's history, why didn't you just leave it?

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Because, Michael, it didn't seem like history last night.

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Last night it was like you were letting me in, really, for the first time.

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No? Is this him too? Is this what he's taught you?

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Just taught you to slam down the shutters and not let anyone in.

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Michael, please, don't just storm off again. Please don't do this again.

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He didn't teach me anything, darling.

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Michael, I need... I need to talk about this too.

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-MOBILE PHONE RINGS

-Yep?

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Are you serious?

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OK, OK, I'll be there now.

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You going out?

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Looks like it.

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I thought we were going down the snooker hall.

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It weren't my idea to sign up with that bunch of losers.

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-Are you talking about the support group?

-You're the one that put me up to it, yeah?

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-OK.

-So don't give me any earache, all right?

-I said OK.

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-Maybe we'll get away at the weekend, yeah?

-OK.

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Did you get everything?

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Everything apart from the kitchen sink.

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-I couldn't get any of those peaches.

-What?

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I couldn't get any peaches, so I got oranges instead.

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I was just looking forward to a nice juicy peach.

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That's amazing, isn't it?

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The one thing I didn't get is the one thing you want.

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We can get some down the market.

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-And how are you going to do that?

-Easy. You'll push me.

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Oh, yeah. Yeah, I know.

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"I don't get much pleasure in life, Janine.

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"A little bit of fresh air on a summer's day, is that too much to ask?

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-"But if it's too much trouble..."

-I was just going to say

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those oranges do look good, though.

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Oh.

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Still, now that you mention it, a bit of fresh air would be nice.

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-Max.

-Your eyesight's still 20-20 then.

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Bit late for a bath, isn't it?

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What, are you actually moving in or something?

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-Anyone would think you ain't pleased to see me.

-I'm not.

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It's a good job it's not you I've come to see. All right, Greg?

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-All right?

-He's having a day off.

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I ain't asking him to do anything, just want him to have a look at something.

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I've been thinking, arches. Changed my mind about that loft conversion.

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These pictures got me thinking - divide the room up nice, don't they?

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-But keep it open at the same time.

-Perfect, yeah.

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Couldn't make me a coffee, could you? It's thirsty work, all this designing.

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What are you playing at, eh?

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Look, I joined that group to keep the peace,

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-not to actually do anything.

-I didn't think I'd have to ask you to.

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I'm just having a bad morning, OK?

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I wanted to talk to someone that I thought might understand.

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And I look like some bleeding heart social worker, do I?

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Cos you never have bad mornings,

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you never need to talk to anyone. You're so perfect, right?

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-Eddie.

-Who?

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Michael's dad.

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-What about him?

-I have found out something about him, something seriously dodgy.

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What's that got to do with me?

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I'm not talking about normal villainy here - he's a problem.

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Well, he ain't my problem.

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-He shouldn't be here.

-So tell him.

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He won't listen to me. You've been known to be pretty persuasive in your time.

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-Yeah, when it suits me.

-Yeah.

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Seeing as I don't know him and he's done nothing to me, it don't suit me.

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Phil, will you listen to me? He's...

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It's true what they say, isn't it?

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-You never lose your touch.

-See you in another five years then.

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No, you'll see me sooner than that.

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Kat and Alfie have asked me to stick around.

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Kat twisted my arm a bit actually.

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Not that I needed it.

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-Jack around?

-Why?

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-Only asking.

-He's out for the day.

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I'm here though.

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My place is free, I've got a few minutes.

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-Men round here. Nice bunch, ain't you?

-You're not normally that choosy, from what Jack told me.

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Mind you...

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he can't have been that choosy either.

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-You're a bit rough, ain't you?

-Thanks for helping make this a really good day.

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-You wouldn't know a good day, your sort.

-Go away.

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HE TUTS

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Dearie me. What was he thinking?

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Look at you.

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Says the man coming onto me five seconds ago.

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I'm having second thoughts, darling.

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May not have learnt much, but I've learnt not to make a mistake like that.

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Ain't learnt any manners, though, have you?

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And who'd teach me?

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-What?

-Who'd teach me manners?

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-What are you talking about?

-What are you talking about?

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You are seriously weird.

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No manners. Weird. Anything else?

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Just leave me alone.

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Oi.

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-How do you do it?

-Do what?

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Put a roof over his head, buy him drinks, knowing,

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KNOWING what he did?

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Rox, have you actually spoken to Eddie about this?

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I spoke to Michael, that's enough.

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Are you telling me it's all in Michael's imagination? It never happened?

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No, it happened but, please, speak to Eddie, all right?

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No, no. So he can try and sweet-talk me?

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-So has Michael actually said what happened?

-Yes. His mum's dead.

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-And his old man killed her.

-Yeah, all right.

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I know Michael's really raw about all this, but so's Eddie, all right?

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Good. So he should be.

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I've put the little man down, he was out for the count.

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-Thanks. Listen about Rox...

-Just been talking to Phil's lady.

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Seems she's been let down on a snooker date.

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-Eddie, you're a brave man.

-He's not the only one.

-Eddie, about Rox...

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I saw something down the market, excuse me.

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Yeah, all right.

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Mmm! This is nice.

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It's all right for you, you're in a nice comfy wheelchair.

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Want to swap places with me?

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-No, didn't think you did.

-Oh, shall we go to the caff?

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Fresh air was what you promised me!

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I didn't promise you anything...

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So, what am I meant to do? Just wheel you round the Square all day?

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-Let's go and sit in the gardens.

-Oi!

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If you're expecting me to play football...

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Give me that ball. Just give it to me.

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Enjoying your little game, are you, boys? Do you want your ball back?

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Go and get it then.

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Idiot!

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-I told you getting out would do us good.

-Yeah, you did.

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Evil little madam.

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It takes one to know one.

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MOBILE PHONE RINGS

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And you can tell whoever that is to take a running jump.

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-Pat?

-Today is our day.

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-Mine and yours.

-What?

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Dan, yeah, it's me, mate. It's me.

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Yeah, fine, fine, fine.

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Listen, I need some prices.

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Right, what is all this?

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I told you, I'm just getting some advice from Greg.

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This is me you're talking to.

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-Doric or square?

-What?

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-Well, the arches? What do you reckon?

-Stuff your arches!

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Good job Greg ain't got your attitude, he'd be out of business.

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You'd be out of this house in no time if it was up to me.

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-That's not very friendly, is it?

-I know you.

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And I know you.

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So you should know when I'm getting angry.

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Pink.

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What?

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You always go pink, you know,

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when you get really angry...

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just there.

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Not pink yet, though,

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so I don't reckon you could be feeling that antsy.

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-I told you to leave me alone.

-Yeah, I know.

-Right. And I meant it.

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Didn't say anything about leaving your husband alone, did you?

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-All right, I've got some prices for you.

-Yeah, lovely.

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See the thing is, if you're going to go and get an RSJ in there...

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You got something to say to me?

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-No.

-Only the way I've been hearing it, you've had plenty to say to that girlfriend of yours.

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And most of it's about me.

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So why don't you cut out the middleman and say it to my face!

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Even mentioning your name's a mistake.

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And there's no surprise there...

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because it always is.

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-What are you looking at?

-What is it, you not enough for him?

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-What?

-Got to be some reason for him giving it all that.

-What are you talking about?

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You should keep your boyfriend on a leash, or better still, pack him off to an asylum.

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He's got a screw loose. You must have a screw loose for being with him. ..John.

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Right, folks, if I can have your attention, thank you.

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As you know, in the past we've had darts, dominoes, poker,

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we've even attempted karaoke.

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But for one day... Gather round everybody, for one day only,

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thanks to my Uncle Eddie, the Queen Vic proudly presents to you -

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snooker, look at that.

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I wanted a proper game, I've got a pool table at home.

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Stop whinging, you can have a right laugh on these.

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Me and Shirl up first, yeah?

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-Fiver on me to win.

-Come on, Eddie.

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-You've got no chance.

-Oooh!

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-Oi. What are you doing?

-None of your business.

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Look, about earlier on...

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Yeah, I know, you... I got your message loud and clear, OK, so just leave me alone.

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Cos, this has got nothing to do with you, all right.

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You made that crystal clear earlier on and that's fine by me.

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Yeah, well, maybe...

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maybe I've changed my mind.

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If you want it, then you're going to have to take it off me.

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Stop it!

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Phil!

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Well, don't look at me like that.

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It's not my fault Tiff's got a sniffle.

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It's not my fault I've got a hospital appointment neither.

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-Nothing trivial, I hope.

-You should thank me.

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You've got something much nicer to occupy you here, haven't you?

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-I heard that.

-You were meant to.

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All right, Tan? Nice surprise.

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-Come in.

-I'm not stopping.

-Stick the kettle on.

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It's all right, he's here...

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This is Jed.

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Hi.

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-Jed.

-Yeah. Greg uses him all the time when he wants design work doing.

-Oh, right?

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-I explained how you've been bending our ear about all the work you want doing.

-Has he?

-Yeah.

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And he's agreed to bring some designs round.

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Er, yeah, well... there's no rush, Tan, you know.

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He's here now, ain't he? And he's very conscientious.

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Eddie, what's the matter with you?

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-Like I said, no chance.

-Double or quits?

-You're a glutton for punishment, ain't you?

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-Maybe I was just softening you up.

-Ooh, the original Fast Eddie?

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King of the pint-sized pool table.

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Excuse me.

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Come on, Shirl, rack 'em up.

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I want you gone.

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You're no good for Michael.

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-Told you that, did he?

-He didn't need to.

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Look, don't you think you've done enough to him already?

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Can't you see what you being here is doing to him?

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It's bringing it all back to him.

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Maybe he's not the only one.

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So even more reason then?

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I don't know what actually happened -

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maybe it was some sort of row that got out of hand?

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-Didn't he say?

-That's none of my business, is it?

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I'm just interested in Michael.

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-It wasn't a row that got out of hand.

-Like I said.

-I wasn't even in the same house.

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What?

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What Michael said is right, though.

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You killed her.

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Yeah.

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And that's it, is it?

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He says you killed her, you agree and you both clam up, and you don't say anything else.

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-That kid of yours.

-What about her?

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What if I hadn't been around the other day,

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what if she wandered off proper

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without you looking and, God forbid, something happened to her?

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Whose fault would it be?

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Yours, right?

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Because you're supposed to look out for her.

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I left Michael in a house, alone,

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with a woman that shouldn't have been alone...

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a woman that had problems

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and I knew it.

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What do you mean, "problems"?

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Know the last thing I said to him that night?

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"Look after her," I said.

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"Look after your mum."

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I thought he'd like it, you know, be man of the house.

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I turned around and she was standing in the doorway looking in at us -

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I should have seen it coming, I should have seen it then, the way she was looking at me, as if...

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..as if she was telling me.

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What?

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"You look after me, Eddie."

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That's what she was saying.

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"Not some six-year-old kid, you, like you promised you would when we got married."

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I was always too busy, always had things to do, deals to sort, people to see.

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When I got back...

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..it was him I saw first.

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Bent over her, he was.

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She was just lying on the sofa.

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I thought, "Good boy, he's brought her a cup of tea or something.

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"He's looked after her like I told him to."

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Then I came a bit closer...

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..saw the pills.

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Do you want me to read you a story?

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Do I look three years old?

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You look 300.

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And how old are you?

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-Eight.

-Do you hope to get to nine?

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Is that a threat?

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Cheeky little tyke, aren't you?

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My mum's in prison.

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Turned herself in, did she, tried to get away from you?

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So I've been round plenty of hard nuts. You don't scare me.

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-Does anything?

-Yeah. Ending up like you.

-..Go on, then.

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V, do me a favour. Keep him company, will you?

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He's chewed my ear off for an hour and I've got to phone Lauren, find out where she's got to.

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She said she'd be back by now, she's got revision to do, ain't she?

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Maybe Tanya knows where she is.

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Maybe you could go round there.

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-Again.

-What? Lauren, it's your dad, where are you?

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Say it again?

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Let's just sit here for a bit, shall we? Enjoy the peace and quiet.

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What, in other words, no Max?

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You can't cut him out completely, you know,

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he's the father of your kids.

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And something like that...

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Well, it's a bond, innit? you know, for all time,

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something that can't be broken.

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Are you...are you saying what I think you're saying?

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I have been thinking about it, yeah.

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Kids? What, at our age?

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We're not that old.

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No, I don't really mean age, I mean mileage, really.

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I mean...

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Oh, sorry, Greg.

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No, just...too many times round the clock.

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-And back again.

-Yeah.

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Cheers.

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Any time.

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Do you mean that?

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Cos if I'm supposed to have some "buddy"...

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Like I said, any time, yeah?

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How am I doing?

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-Perfect.

-You sure?

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If I said half those things to Nana Pat, she'd kill me.

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No, she likes it.

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What, someone giving her lip?

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Well, no, she just, you know, she likes someone seeing her like,

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she's not just an old lady in a wheelchair, I suppose.

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Come on.

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-We got any of those ginger biscuits left, all that fresh air's given me an appetite.

-Yes. Here.

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And give the brat one too, might shut her up for a couple of minutes.

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Give her two. With a bit of luck she might choke.

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Tiff.

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-Oh, leave her alone.

-No, you can't say things like that.

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Puts me in mind of me at her age.

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Peas in a pod, we are.

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Tiff, I'm so sorry, love, I got back as quick as I could.

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What have you got to be sorry about, we've been getting on like a house on fire, haven't we?

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You can leave her here a bit longer if you want, I think she really likes it here.

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Oh, yeah, Janine was telling me how lovely you are to be around.

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Come on, Tiff.

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-Come on, darling, let's go home.

-Bye.

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See you.

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Could at least have told her the full story,

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and not left it to your old man.

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You been talking to Roxy?

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Yeah. Not my idea, she came to see me.

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Well, she couldn't get much sense out of you, could she?

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Still, no change there, you never had anything good to say about me, did you?

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Always a mummy's boy.

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Oh, hello, you've finished with Jed already, have you?

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Oh, yeah, very funny.

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-What ain't funny is Lauren.

-Why, what's she done?

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She's meant to be revising, not off shopping. You know about it.

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-You gave her the money to go.

-She's only got one exam to go.

-She's wasting time on that stall.

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She needs a work/life balance.

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-Oh, yeah, you reckon?

-Yeah, I do.

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-So does Greg.

-I hate to break it to you, but Lauren, she ain't actually his kid, is she?

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Well, he'll be just the same with ours. Sorry.

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I didn't mean to let that one slip.

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Yeah.

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Another biscuit?

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You really are trying to choke me, aren't you?

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Look, about what Pat said...

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-She's probably just trying to make mischief.

-No.

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I did moan to her about you.

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As if I care.

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But that was before.

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Before what?

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Before I really realised how much I liked having you around.

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And how much I want you to stay.

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I think we've run out of those gingers.

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That shop sells them, don't they?

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Yeah, I'll go and get some.

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Thanks, Janine.

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It's only a packet of biscuits.

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I thought we'd have a night in.

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Something to eat, something to drink. I opened the good stuff.

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I had to take your mind off my cooking somehow, didn't I?

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What did you go and see him for?

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Michael, I wasn't trying to interfere, I really wasn't. I just thought...

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I just thought I could help, Alfie's right, someone needs to do something.

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You've been talking to that mug as well, have you?

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What did I tell you? Poking your nose into what don't concern you.

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You see, there you go again, this is about you and you're saying it doesn't concern me?

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Because he'll play you, he'll play games and if you can't see that, you're blind.

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I don't think he's playing games.

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See? Falling for it already.

0:25:200:25:22

Unbelievable.

0:25:220:25:24

Michael, he seemed genuine.

0:25:240:25:26

Michael, when he was talking about your mum, he seemed upset.

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He seemed genuinely upset...

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..and what you said, it didn't really happen like that, did it?

0:25:370:25:41

I don't think he's trying to make excuses, I don't.

0:25:410:25:44

-In fact, he said...he said it was all his fault, actually.

-Yeah, yeah.

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Well, that's how he gets you, makes you feel sorry for him.

0:25:480:25:52

-Good trick.

-Well, it didn't seem like a trick to me.

0:25:520:25:54

Says the woman who thought the sun shone out of her old man's backside.

0:25:540:25:58

Why are we talking about my...? We're talking about your dad here, all right?

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What was he, though? Your old man.

0:26:030:26:04

Let's talk about him for a minute. What was he?

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Who you adored so much.

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He was a rapist. And a man who abused his own daughter.

0:26:090:26:13

-Say it. A rapist.

-Stop it!

-A man who abused his own.

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Just stop it now. Stop it.

0:26:160:26:18

Exactly, you don't like it, the truth hurts, don't it?

0:26:180:26:21

I don't like you bigging up my old man like he's a saint.

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You know what, I was trying to help you.

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You know, I wonder.

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I wonder sometimes... if I chose the wrong one.

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Because I look at you...

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..and I look at Ronnie.

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And she saw what her old man was like, right from the start.

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She knew.

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And she would know what mine was like as well.

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Can we just calm down and we'll go back in there and we'll drink our wine?

0:26:520:26:56

-She was always the brighter of the two.

-Why are we talking about my sister?

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But it's not just about brains, is it? No, no. It's about...

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Somehow she's more sensitive,

0:27:070:27:12

more feeling somehow.

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She's made mistakes,

0:27:130:27:16

she has, yeah, terrible mistakes,

0:27:160:27:20

but she's a woman,

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she's a grown-up woman -

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and not some saggy, little airhead

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who still thinks she's Daddy's little princess.

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What is the matter, why are you saying this?

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Just stay away from him!

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And stay out of my business.

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Do you understand?

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Because you and me will be like me and him...

0:27:450:27:47

..dead.

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Yeah?

0:27:520:27:54

This is good stuff. You're right.

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