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You all right?
-Hi. So, will I be seeing you tonight at R&R?
-Yeah, we'll be there.
Who does she think she is?
-Pat, where you going?
-To have a word with Princess Janine.
Pat, don't start anything!
Just getting into the party spirit.
-Must have cost a bit.
I'm surprised you ain't cancelled that party. Seeing nobody's coming.
Oh, they'll come. You don't want to miss out on all the fun, do you?
We don't need your sort of fun. Had enough to last a lifetime.
-Ricky could do with a good party, couldn't you?
-We're staying in tonight. With cake.
For the kids. We all went to see Bianca yesterday for her birthday.
-I didn't know.
-Didn't think you'd be interested. You ain't been concerned about your family lately.
You don't know what I've got in store for you.
If it's anything like what you had in store for Lydia, I don't want to know.
-I loved my grandma.
-Oh, yeah? Is that why you helped her on her way?
You don't believe that?
My Granny Lydia was the only person that really understood me, you know.
-Who knew me. And accepted me for what I was.
-What about me?
-Don't let her suck you in.
-I'm talking to my brother!
It's all right, Pat. Just leave it.
Come on, Ricky. You don't believe that, do you?
Come on, Ricky.
You're all I've got left.
I suppose innocent till proven guilty.
So...come to the party tonight
and I will show you what the real Janine is made of.
I dunno. I might.
Nice bit of bling.
-D'you fancy a ride?
-Yeah! Thank you! Wooo!
Come at nine. You won't regret it.
Oh, what a racket. I can feel one of my migraines coming on.
You know, that girl, she went off the proverbial rails, so to speak, long ago.
I've never known pound notes bring people the happiness they think they will.
Still, she didn't have a very good home life, you know.
Mrs B, that ain't no excuse for knocking off your grandma.
-I think you're going soft.
-I ain't making excuses.
But you know me...
I don't cast aspersions.
I mean, we don't know one way or the other, do we?
But what I do know is that people need a little kindness and mercy...
Will it ever go away?
I wouldn't be telling the truth if I said it would.
And I don't tell lies.
Whitney and Lauren keep saying I'll get over her.
You don't get over emotional upheavals that easily.
But I've found that it does help if you try to weave...
well, there's a poem what always helps me.
Joy and grief are woven fine, a clothing for the soul divine.
Yeah, but I don't want to forget her, Mrs B.
Of course you don't. She's your lawful wedded wife and you love her.
You've got to grieve.
Well, think that's fixed it, you know. Safe to sit on now.
Thank you ever so much, Arthur.
It's OK. Was nothing.
Weren't nothing to me. I've had this set of chairs for 30 years.
-You better get off home.
-Yeah. Haven't got much of a home left now.
Don't suppose you have.
It's people what make the home, isn't it?
Not the bricks and mortar.
What did you have for lunch?
Same as usual.
Must have been the sight of Janine in the car.
Greg's dreams might've come true?
No. I'm not.
Honey, I'm home.
Hello, darling, you all right?
No, no, no, Pat. It's all right.
So...you didn't find anything then?
Two ads in the paper. Table dancers.
You on a table!
-Something'll turn up, darling.
-I think I might have to go back to Dubai.
There's no jobs here, Pat!
The kids can't cope again without their mum and their dad.
Carol can help out with the kids, can't she?
Here I come, here I come, here I come!
-Just getting into my stride. Just getting into my stride.
What are you trying prove with all this?
-You're getting your hire money, what's the problem?
-I ain't got a problem.
I ain't got ten ton of feathers and 20 crates of cava to get through on me own, have I?
Well, worst case happens...
she's got me to help her out, innit.
Least you got one friend Janine.
Look, don't worry. They'll be queuing up round the block.
Trust me. Look, they ain't gonna know what hit 'em.
And your party is gonna go down in Walford's history!
Can't stomach it.
Why don't you just admit it was you?
I didn't have a choice.
Why don't you just pop round the corner then, eh? Join the Old Bill?
You might as well.
Oh, no, sorry, sorry you can't, can you?
Cos you've got a criminal record!
I thought I was doing it for her best.
What, being grassed up by her own nan?
Carted off back to that home?
-Cos she likes it there, don't she? That's why she ran away.
-All kids run away.
Not if they're happy, they don't!
Happy? How can she be happy here with us in a squat?
-I love her, all right?
-You love her? You love her? You don't even know her.
She drove a motor through Beale's chippy window, that's enough to make anyone love her.
-She's got you wrapped round, hasn't she?
-What's the matter, Ju?
-Lola giving you a little run for your money, is she?
-Like I'm jealous of a 15-year-old.
-You all right, Fats?
-Did you?! That's amazing!
-What? What did you pass?
-Her theory test.
-Maybe you should retake yours.
-Give me a break, Mr Chip shop.
Maybe you could learn how to use 'em.
Do you know what, it makes me feel sick, what she did to her grandmother.
-I dunno. Did you ever meet Lydia?
-You're a happy bunch, aren't you?
Aren't you in the party spirit?
Oh, well, never mind. I'll just have to take my car and go into the West End.
-Just such a shame to waste these, though.
-Two tickets to Las Vegas.
-I'm going to be raffling them tonight.
Accommodation at a top casino. Pool. Burlesque dancers.
There's even talk that Tom Jones is going to be performing.
-Sunshine all day and party all night.
-How much are these raffle tickets?
What are you getting her involved in now?
I'm raffling tickets to Las Vegas, Pat. You should buy one.
I can just see you there. In the Palms with all your ruffles and feathers.
What are you playing at, Janine?
Nothing. But if you don't fancy it you know, there's loads of other fabulous prizes for everybody.
What about you, Fats? You up for a free drink, party all night?
Yeah, you know what, Whit, I'm not really feeling it, you know.
You're getting old before your time.
Don't be so rude. Mind your manners, Lauren.
Mind you, I think these young girls
in their youthful wisdom might be right.
I'm sharing my luck, Pat.
Like you told me to.
You should buy one for Ricky.
If you get him there tonight, I know that he's going to win something very special.
Ricky lent you money for Lydia's funeral. He shouldn't have to buy a ticket off of you to get something.
HONKING Everybody! The prizes will all be revealed tonight.
Roll up. Roll up. The raffle ladies are here.
Here, Kim, Kim. How much is it for a ticket?
You're not going to be able to hide it for long.
Why don't you want to tell him?
Cos I feel better now, don't I?
Look, Greg wants a baby so much, I just don't want to get his hopes up, not till I know for sure.
You better find out then.
It's natural to be nervous, innit.
-I hate being pregnant.
-It's not like you got to go through it alone.
-Not with wonder Greg.
-Didn't think you had much time for him.
-I wouldn't say no.
-You wouldn't say no to any bloke.
I would him.
-Sorry I'm late.
-You have still got a phone then?
Yeah, sorry. Just been a crazy day.
Sorting out Fatboy's kamikaze work ethic. Do you want another?
Roll up, roll up for the hottest party in town tonight.
Yes, here in Walford.
All the free bubbly you can get down your neck. Tunes.
These sexy ladies shaking their booties. Guaranteed prizes.
And of course...
..Moi! So! Who's going to be the first, eh?
Come to get a raffle ticket, have you?
What's all this in aid of, Janine?
I'm entitled to enjoy myself, aren't I?
Why don't you have a little drink and enjoy it too?
While your brother's at home at his wits end wondering how he's going to pay his bills?
-It's for his family.
So what, am I expected to pay for Ricky's kids now?
Families look after each other.
Just like we've always looked after you.
How do you know what I'm going to do?
I haven't even got all the money yet.
It's still in probate.
So why are you wasting it all on cars and on parties?
Come on, wouldn't you? If you were my age.
If you had one ounce of feeling you'd be with your brother right now making plans for his future.
And just drop everything, shall I?
Just cancel the party. Let all this go to waste and trot on over to yours because you said so?
Why would you rather be in a room full of people you've conned
with some raffle ticket scam than with your own brother?
How do you even know it's a scam?
You are so stuck in a groove, Pat.
But I'm not. Because I am young, and I am rich and I'm enjoying it.
And there's nothing you can do about it.
But if you want Ricky to benefit then use your influence to get him here.
Then what? You going to have a personality transplant and share your millions with him?
So could you come over? Yes...that's great.
I'll see you there. Thanks, bye.
-Taking her to a party for free booze ain't going to do much for her.
-She's gotta learn to be strong.
If she never goes out she's never going to meet anyone, is she?
She never meets anyone, we're gonna be stuck with her even longer.
Look, she needs our support. She's lonely.
-You are coming out with us tonight.
-I got this for you. Go upstairs and pee.
I'm not gonna do it now, am I?
Do it when you're ready.
Here we go.
-No, not that one. I ain't sorted it yet.
-Well, sort it then.
I can't show the social Lola's room with all this messing it up, can I?
Come on, Julie.
You, me, Lola, it's our family, innit.
-Yeah, well, I like you and me.
-It ain't going to take away from you and me.
You're going spend all your time making sure she doesn't get into trouble.
What, like I did with you?
Come on. Look, it's just tat.
You gave me that.
Yeah, I...I know.
I'll get you a better one.
-Forget it. Let's go and have a drink.
-No, no, I wanna finish the room.
All right then. I'll go to the club on my own, shall I?
-We'll just do this and I'll go up there with you in a bit.
-I'll see you at the party then.
Roll up, roll up!
Tonight's the night!
Get your groove on.
Come on, Vanessa, let down your hair!
-Didn't expect to see you here.
-Neither did I. You go on ahead, I'll catch you up.
-Max not fancy it then?
-He'll be along in a bit.
Stuck dealing with some fussy customer who doesn't understand what out of hours means.
If you're thinking about going on another binge,
you ain't coming anywhere near our house. Understand?
Don't worry. I wouldn't give you the satisfaction.
Here she comes. Let's hear it for Janice!
It's overkill. We've already seen it.
-Can we go in now?
-Looks like the entertainment's started already.
-I am so sorry to keep you all waiting.
-Let us in then.
Greetings, my fellow Walfordonions.
I am so grateful to be able to give something back, you know,
to the place I grew up.
And to all of you beautiful people in it.
I hope she's not a one bottle wonder.
Let's find that guy, find that girl.
Let's move tonight! Yeah! Loving your look, loving your look.
Come on in, let's get on the dance floor! Get on the dance floor.
Party, party, party!
-How you doing? Yeah!
-Dunno about Vegas - looks more like a knocking shop in here, ain't it?
That's why she let you in here. Complete the picture.
Reckon you'd fit in better.
-And you'd know, would you?
-Didn't till I saw you.
-I'm just here to add the class.
There's more in that glass of cava.
-I wouldn't know.
-You wanna dance?
Come on, you two.
Up on your feet, up on your feet.
Come on, come on, come on.
No, no, no... Max!
Yes! Get moving, get moving!
Not drinking? Not like you.
Thought you were never going to come.
Well, here I am.
I think I might be pregnant.
Whose is it?
It shouldn't be anyone's. I've been on the pill.
-Devious little cow.
-But I'm late.
I'm late. And I've been ill.
Been sick ill. Like I was with Abs.
Greg obviously don't know you're on the pill, does he.
It's not funny.
Am I laughing?
Couldn't just stay away, could they? We shouldn't have got a doorman, we should have got pest control.
Kim's moves never fail.
You want a line?
We've done it!
-We're pregnant! We're pregnant!
-Congratulations, maybe, then.
-We're gonna go and do a test. You'll be all right if we go?
Course I am. Can look after myself. Good luck.
One, two, three!
You never stop trying, do you?
You look like you need it. What's the matter?
Your knight not so shining any more?
-Have you nicked my drink?
-What would I do that? It's free, you muppet.
-Watch it! You're making me spill my drink.
-What do you think you're doing?
-I fancied a night out.
-How did you get past the bouncer?
-You can't stay here.
What you gonna do, eh? Gonna grass me up to the Old Bill again, are you?
-Well, not on my turf. Get yourself in there and sort yourselves out.
-Watch it, oi!
-Is it prize time yet? I'm feeling really lucky.
-Well, good things come to those who wait.
But this is too long, man.
I'll be too mashed to find out what I've won.
I didn't want you to end up like me, Lola. I wanted you to learn the consequences of your actions.
That's why I called them. I panicked. It's no fun having a tag or a curfew.
Getting that itch to nick just for the dirty, petty thrill of it all.
-What did you nick?
-Nothing as big as a car.
-Billy's done some pretty good stuff, though, ain't he?
Yeah, and he's had a tough life. He hasn't always kept it together.
-You say that now but you live with someone day in day out...
What? Living together?
Yes. That's what we're trying to sort out.
Me and Pops is gonna have a right laugh.
Billy's kids ain't with him, Lola, because he couldn't cope with it.
-His life's a lot better now I'm in it.
-Be even better now he's got me.
She keeps leaving me messages.
-Saying she's got something for me.
She's my sister, Pat.
-I'm surprised you can still call her that.
-I'm going to go down there.
So she can use you as part of some twisted game she's playing?
She ain't all bad. You ain't perfect.
You can't leave Carol sitting with the kids.
She'll be all right. They're asleep.
-Unless you want to go back?
-No, I haven't finished me drink yet.
-I thought you was never going to get here!
-Came as quick as I could.
As much as I like you, Rainie, it ain't free.
What is your problem?!
Have a bit?
Have a bit?! If I find you or your drugs in here again,
you'll be having a bit with the Walford Old bill. Now, get out.
-Go on then. Do it.
-I can't look.
-Come on, give it here. Go on. I can do it.
Darling, I'm so sorry.
Thought he could flog gear in the club. Do what you like with him.
We did it. Thanks, Shirley.
I did it for Phil's club. Not for you.
He smelt you a mile off, didn't he?
Don't you dare show your skanky face round here again, or you won't have one left.
You got it?
Well, I hope you're going to give it a lick of paint first.
Ladies! Ladies! Gather round.
Where you going? Don't you want to see who's won?
Nah, I'm going. Good luck, babe.
Have you all got your tickets ready?
-Is everybody excited?!
OK, let's get this show on the road.
First ticket is pink number 4! Pink number 4?
It's me, it's me!
Congratulations! You win the runners-up prize.
That is the number for the best escort agency in the whole of Walford.
-Advertising your new business, are you?
This is a green ticket. And the number - 51!
Brilliant. A hundred pounds.
Let's have a look. It's another pink ticket, everybody.
Lauren. Come on.
-Come on, your dad's going to be wondering where you are.
Now we're going to find out
who has got the winning ticket for this wonderful once in a lifetime trip.
Viva Las Vegas!
OK. It's green. And the number is 100
Oh, that's strange. 100. No one?
Better check this one out.
Let's have a little look...
Oh! Would you believe it?!
What a fix!
Stroll on, will ya, Janine, stroll on.
But the thing is I actually have two tickets here.
And the question is who would I like to take away with me?
And the answer is...
That's out of order.
Oh, what did you expect? Come on, Janine wins every time.
And so does her brother! Quick, stop him.
Ricky - that's for you.
Check it for razor blades, Ricky.
No! That's money... Stop!
Ricky, wait! Ricky!
Quick, follow him.
Ricky! Ricky, please!
I'm leaving Walford for good.
Yeah? Well, I ain't stopping you.
I wanted you to have these before I left. I'm going around the world.
You ain't going anywhere.
-I'm contesting the will, Janine.
-So you'll be lucky to get as far as Margate.
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