15/08/2011 EastEnders


15/08/2011

Jack and Carol are forced to take drastic action following last week's revelations. Meanwhile, Abi is thrown into a panic when she discovers Tanya has been missing all night.


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Mum's not in her room.

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So? She'll have gone after Dad.

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But Oscar's in his room. She wouldn't leave him.

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Come on, Jode, it's not even six yet.

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Max's car's not over there.

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I bet they've run away. That'll kill Mum.

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Why don't you come back to bed?

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I want to be here when she wakes up.

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He will be back, you know.

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She's not answering...

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-Will you call Dad?

-No way.

-You were the one who told him to go, Lauren!

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Abi, you did, too! YOU call him.

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DOOR CLOSES

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Here you go. You'll feel better after a nice cuppa.

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There's no way Max'd leave the car lot like that. He's definitely coming back.

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Hmm! Finally, he shows a bit of drive! Opening up early today, Darren?

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-Er, no, I just...

-Are you OK, Mum?

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Yeah, 'course. Why wouldn't I be?

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Look, Max is waking up in some grotty hotel right now, feeling stupid.

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He'll come back. His type always do.

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-You don't think he's with her?

-How about eggs for breakfast? Hmm?

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-Abi? What time is it?

-I'm looking for Mum.

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Did Dad say anything about them going off together?

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What are you talking about? Why d'you think your mum's here?

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-I don't believe this.

-Will you calm down? What's going on?

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Last time he went off, we ended up in hospital and I can't get through on his phone.

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Come inside, you'll get wet.

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Did I hear shouting?

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Oh, have a day off.

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Loud voices, slamming doors, don't tell me...my daughter.

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Granddaughter. Mum's done one.

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She's so upset.

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This is just another day at the office for Tanya.

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-You OK?

-You can't say that.

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It was Rachel I felt sorry for last time, this time it's the kids who've got my sympathy.

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Serial offenders, Max and Tanya.

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Some things you just can't stop.

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You make them sound like Romeo and Juliet...

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Laurel and Hardy, more like.

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She's my sister... she's your daughter!

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Yeah, and to think I went through the pain of childbirth for this.

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They say you forget in time, but every time I look at Tanya, it hits me all over again.

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You're just wrong in the head.

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She's got a broken heart.

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She'll have a broken neck an' all by the time I've wrung it.

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You'll have to find her first.

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Anthony, if you're under the impression I won't sack my own sons, you're mistaken.

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Both of you, round here, five minutes ago.

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-The boys late for work, then?

-Didn't even come home last night.

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I've got a dealer coming for some gear, I got to get to a sale in Wanstead.

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I'll do it. Gym don't open for two hours. I'll do it, I'll stick around.

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That's a great help. Thank you.

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You're welcome. But don't expect me to get all Antiques Road Show with those old dears.

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Maybe I should give their share of the loot to YOU when I'm gone.

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If they haven't bankrupted you!

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Oh, thanks. Jodie's gone back to bed.

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Just because Max is away, don't mean you can wear what you want.

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Men in suits sell cars, men in jeans fix them.

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Yeah, but I didn't know if I was opening up or...

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-Why wouldn't you be? You don't need Max to hold your hand.

-Yeah... but I didn't know what's happening.

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Is he just away then, not gone?

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He's coming back.

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Oh. Cos Jodie seems to think he's...

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Oh, for the last time!

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-You got some chairs for me?

-Yeah.

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-Those ones.

-Thank you.

-Cheers.

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-Do you know my old man? Eddie Moon.

-Nah.

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No. Me neither.

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You'd think there'd be something, like an email, a dodgy receipt. You know, smutty playing cards.

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Just anything, just to suggest a bit of character.

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But there's nothing.

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Just...furniture.

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Receipt for those chairs?

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No-one's accusing you, Jack, of being in on anything, we're just trying to find them.

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Thank you.

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No?

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No, he doesn't know anything.

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How long's this been going on? Your mum and dad?

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Months, Lauren said.

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Do you think we should call the police or anything?

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No, no, they've probably just gone off to sort things out. Those two...

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I'll go and get changed, then we'll go back home and see if they've called, yeah?

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Vanessa reckons he's coming back, but I don't know.

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If he don't, there's no double wedding, no nothing.

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You and Jodie can still get married.

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With what? I doubt Jodie wants her photos to be by a bus stop outside Walford Registry Office.

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If she loves you, doesn't matter where it is.

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Yeah, I suppose. Funny though, ain't it? Life.

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You think everything's all right, then it roundhouses you with something...

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-An '80s music convention in Southend!

-What?

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Have you been listening to me?

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Five Star, Hazel Dean, Culture Club.

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Oh, Darren, can you still drive?

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My life's falling apart. I wouldn't be able to drive you to the Minute Mart.

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-See you later.

-Yeah, see ya.

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Here, Shirl, do you believe this? Look! Here, do you think Phil will lend us his car?

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No, cos I ain't asking him. Southend.

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-All right.

-All right.

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Marie, can I get a bacon roll please?

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Um... I'm really sorry, I've left my money on the side.

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It's all right. I'll get this for you, if you like.

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Nah, I'm not a charity case.

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I'll be back in five.

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I've got my sister having a go at me now, as if somehow I'm to blame.

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Probably won't even see Max now till my 50th.

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He'll turn up moaning at the buffet as if nothing ever happened.

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Have you got a secret place?

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Where you go to be alone, where you keep stuff?

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So you heard about Max's love nest, then?

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No...no, but that's what I'm talking about, see.

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There must be something.

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Him and Tanya had a bedsit where they'd carry on.

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How tawdry. That's what I can never get about Max, how'd he manage to pull Vanessa, and then dump her?

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-She's fit.

-She's my brother's missus. I wouldn't know.

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I take that as sarcasm.

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Like I said, she's still fit.

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Vanessa.

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Look, I had...

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Brannings like to publicise their every move, but not the Golds.

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Is your office free?

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Thanks for your concern, but you're not needed.

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You've tried getting hold of Greg, left messages for Max.

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I'm on top of it. Despite those two moping around

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and her going on all the time about how Jesus loved everyone.

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He did.

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That's cos he hadn't met Tanya.

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DOOR CLOSES

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Mum? Mum where've you been?!

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Probably in her skanky bedsit.

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-Where've you been? We've all been worried about you.

-Where's Dad?

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-I don't know.

-If you're getting back together, shouldn't he be with you?

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-We're not getting back together.

-Right, so the family's destroyed and now you've ditched him?

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Only want what you can't have.

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You could've persuaded him to stay, at least?

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Will you just call him, please?

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-I can't.

-Are you kidding me?!

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I don't care where Dad is, he can rot.

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But she...she's been worried sick, so can you just call him?

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-I can't...

-Why not?! What you can lie to your whole family, but now you can't make a phone call?

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Just call him, Mum. What's wrong with you?

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DOOR SLAMS

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-'You have one message.

-Darren, it's Max...'

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Sorry, we don't have any of them balsam tissues.

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Don't want the boys going soft.

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-What's that for?

-Well, you look emotional.

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Are there tears in my eyes?

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Max is an idiot.

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But to be fair to him, that is his default setting.

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Just with you, I thought he'd turned a corner.

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Everyone has blips.

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You spoken to him?

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Nah, not a word.

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You honestly expect me to believe that?

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And you? I know you're listening.

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What? Sorry, I didn't hear nothing.

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Come on, let's be honest. This is Max we're talking about.

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-Everyone keeps saying that like it's supposed to mean something.

-Tanya's in his blood.

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-Tell her, Jack, go on.

-Tell me what?

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About the bedsit.

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-Let me know when he calls.

-They had a place where they went.

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Maybe if you saw it, it would help you understand.

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KNOCK ON DOOR

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If that's Tanya, tell her she's not welcome!

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-What do you want?

-I've got some wonderful news! Can I come in?

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Getting my exam results back Thursday.

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I've never seen her like that before.

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A year of my life and no-one cares.

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It was like she wasn't Mum. She actually ran away.

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I think this is that moment you realise your parents are just as useless as everyone else.

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'Course, I knew that about five years ago, but you were always slow on the uptake.

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-It's not funny!

-Yeah, and I'm not laughing.

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I swear they're not my parents, not any more.

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Just two idiots called Max and Tanya.

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Don't say that! I only told him to go cos I was angry.

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He has no-one.

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He's lost Mum.

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He thinks we hate him.

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What if he never comes back?

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-'Course he will.

-You don't know that. Why don't you care? You are exactly like Mum!

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I hate you for this.

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Abi hates me, don't she?

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She's just messed up. Can't handle it all.

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-You OK?

-Don't know.

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Mum's devastated.

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-I'm so sorry, Jodes...

-That's all right. It weren't your fault, was it?

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Yeah, but they're my parents. I can't help feel responsible.

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Suppose.

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I don't even know if I can go to work. It just feels wrong. Like a betrayal.

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I think my mum owes you a bit of time off, don't you?

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Come here.

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Sis?

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Sis.

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Apparently, she's got some news for us.

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-You've heard from Max?

-Oh.

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No, no, sorry. Actually...

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all of this is going to be mine!

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Except you lot, of course.

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Though if you need the money I could do with the labour.

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Spoke to Greg this morning on the phone, he said he'll sell me everything. House, beds, sofas...

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Oh. Is that damp?

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-Can he do that?

-My inheritance came through...

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and if there's one thing I've learned, it's that money, well, it buys you things. Like...

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I don't know, people. Houses.

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What kind of woman revels in kicking Oscar out of his home?

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Tanya did that, actually, not me.

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Greg was very rude about her on the phone.

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So I'll let you all know a date.

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Are we going to be homeless?

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Can he do that? Just kick us out?

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-I'll try and find Tanya.

-Just don't tell the girls, OK?

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Don't tell us about what?

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What did Janine want?

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Token of my appreciation for this morning.

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Got a lovely Louis XVI desk in Wanstead.

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Beautiful thing.

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What? What you doing here?

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You're the one acting hot. We're allowed to speak.

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-Yes, OK. Sorry, so what do you want?

-Come home with me.

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Home as in your house?

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-Yeah. Reckon I can sneak you in...

-Lauren, I can't. I'm on my shift.

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Wow, maybe you are too old and grey for me after all.

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Turns out he's got this bolthole...off the beaten track.

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He's a wily one.

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Sounds appealing - little place to call your own?

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Nah, sounds like a headache to me.

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All those extra bills, council tax, rent, heating.

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I've a hard enough time with the Emporium.

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-Ah, my sweet and lovely lady.

-I'm not your anything, remember?

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You've got to learn to take a compliment. It's an art form.

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I'm not the creative type.

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A beautiful Philistine - bundle of contradictions.

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Listen, have you seen Tanya?

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-No.

-We were just talking about this bloke...

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Vodka, please. Neat. Double.

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Excuse me a minute.

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Hey. I just heard about you and Max, you all right?

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Abi came round knocking on the door at God knows what hour.

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Oh, please, you honestly expect me to believe you weren't all in on it?

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Well, I certainly wasn't.

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Little family of cheats, all sneaking around.

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Oi! Enough. I wouldn't be surprised

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to hear you'd been on at Greg, telling him to sell that house.

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-I have no interest in talking to that pathetic excuse.

-He's too nice to do something like that.

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All of this will blow over.

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It's just a blip.

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I don't think so, I'm afraid.

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So you did know all about it then, eh? 'Course you did. The Branning tribe all in on it together.

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Look, I don't agree with what Max's done to you, but you've got to take your share of the blame.

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-I'm sorry?

-You've been here, what, a year? Have you made any friends?

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-What's that got to do with anything?

-You've suffocated him.

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You've not tried to work, get to know his family, his friends. No.

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You've just pranced around that house, flaunting that ridiculous barnet of yours.

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I was good to him.

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You live by the man. You die by the man, all right?

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A woman of your age should have worked that out by now.

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That what you tell yourself every night to get to sleep?

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All alone?

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Yeah, something like that. But see, you know you're in trouble

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when you'll sleep with someone just to avoid your own company.

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-You got a stall selling flip-flops ain't you?

-Yeah. D'you want some?

-Nah. They give me blisters.

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Oh. Nice.

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Sorry. I just wanted to apologise for this morning's gaffe.

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-Oh, it was a gaffe, was it?

-Yeah, well...Gaffe City Central, me.

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-Yeah?

-Gaffington World of Adventures.

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All right. I get it. Wally.

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So if I were to buy some flip-flops, would you have a drink with me?

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What, is that a joke?

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I don't follow...

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Well, who you been talking to, mate?

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You come in here, you offering me money and now this...

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-I just wanted to...

-I don't care what you want. Dirty little perv. Go on, do one!

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I was on the way to work for the woman who ruined my mum's life.

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I'm like, have you lost your marbles? I cannot go back.

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Darren?

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What's wrong?

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'Darren, it's Max.

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'You're in charge of the car lot till I get back.

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'If I get back.

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'Don't screw it up, all right?

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'Listen, just... good luck, all right?'

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How come he called you and not Mum?

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He's definitely not coming back then.

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Hello?

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TOILET FLUSHES

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How long have you had this place?

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-How did you find...?

-HOW LONG?!

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About a month, two months.

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Where is he?

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I don't know. I don't.

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I came to you! I just knew Max was having an affair

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and I came to YOU.

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I am sorry.

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Must really hurt.

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You spend all that time thinking you've won.

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Turns out you've got nothing.

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Actually, I ended it, so...

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if he's not with you, then, it's cos he wants be on his own.

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DOOR SLAMS

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What's the matter with you?

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Do you ever get the feeling that life's passing you by?

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-It's in Southend.

-And where d'you think we are, eh?

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-Beverly Hills?

-It'll be awful.

-OK.

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You won't like the food.

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-OK.

-How you going to afford it? You've got to fork out for hotels...

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You know what, it's funny, ain't it? All those songs about, falling in love...

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having your first kiss...they fill you with hope when you're young.

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You never think that one day you'll be too skint to go to Southend to listen to them.

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-Lend me your phone.

-Why?

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-Cos I'm going to book us tickets.

-No, don't worry.

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Like you said, I can't afford it.

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Well, we'll have to work something out, then, won't we?

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-Don't give me that look! Not after the guilt trip.

-Phil's Jag, too?

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No, Pussy Galore. We're going by train.

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Honestly, you'll be poncing about in a power suit with a Filofax, soon.

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Oh, Shirl! We're going to Southend!

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-And I can't find Tanya anywhere. Just have to assume that Greg'll sell up.

-Not my problem.

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So you'll see them out on the streets?

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I'm not turfing Vanessa out. Ain't her fault Max's jumped ship. I won't punish the woman twice!

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Lauren. Abi. Oscar. Remember them?

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Max'd throw a fit if he thinks for one second you'd let them down.

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Well, it's Max that's let them down, innit? Not me.

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Not Vanessa. It's Max. I'm sick of clearing up his mess all the time!

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-I won't do it any more.

-Don't walk away. I'm not losing this argument!

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Silly me!

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Bubbly's in the fridge(!)

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Bubbly's in the fridge?!

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BUBBLY'S IN THE FRIDGE?!

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SHE SCREAMS

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Mum, stop it!

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-So the sale ain't gone through yet?

-No, but what power do we have?

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Mum can fight him in the court, right?

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She's been cheating, darling. I don't think we can count on the judge being that sympathetic.

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DOOR CLOSES

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You've got to free up your house, Jack.

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Oh, there you are!

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We've lost the house because of you! Cos of what you did, Greg's selling it.

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He's selling it?

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Well, it's his, I suppose, innit?

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Don't you even care? What is wrong with you? Why don't you care about anything?!

0:26:040:26:08

Because it is all falling apart, Mum, and you're not even bothered.

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Why?

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-How did you get off work?

-Pulled a sickie.

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What and they bought it?

0:26:290:26:30

-Just call me Ferris.

-What?

0:26:300:26:33

-Best you stay here.

-Yeah, Tanya needs you.

0:26:380:26:41

Something's not right with you.

0:26:480:26:51

All right, I know you done Greg over, but my Tanya wouldn't let him do this to her.

0:26:510:26:57

She'd be on the phone calling lawyers, threatening to squat.

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What's wrong? Tell me!

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Oh...

0:27:080:27:09

Thanks, Marie! I'm celebrating, so don't put that away just yet, yeah?

0:27:350:27:40

Let me do the talking, yeah?

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-OK, as long as you go through with it.

-I will.

0:28:050:28:07

-Give her a week, yeah?

-All right!

0:28:070:28:10

Er...Jack. You know, now's not a great time, to be honest.

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-Tough, Darren.

-Carol, please.

-This whole thing - it's hit her hard.

0:28:160:28:19

-We'll come back another time, yeah?

-Yeah.

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-CRASH, SCREAMING >

-Mum, please!

0:28:220:28:25

-What was that?

-Nothing.

0:28:250:28:27

Jack!

0:28:270:28:29

-SHE SCREAMS

-What you doing?!

0:28:290:28:31

-Stop!

-Look at this house!

0:28:310:28:33

-All those times I had her in my house. My house! My house!

-You're insane!

0:28:330:28:37

Jack, you've got to get her out!

0:28:370:28:39

Tanya's having this house for the kids, so leave it!

0:28:390:28:42

-Throw me out after what your family's done to me?!

-Look at this place, what choice have I got?!

0:28:420:28:47

SCUM! I'll kill all you Branning scum!

0:28:470:28:50

I'm going to kill you all!

0:28:500:28:53

A beautiful Philistine?

0:28:530:28:55

There's nothing wrong in giving a woman a compliment.

0:28:550:28:58

A compliment is "Nice hair, dear"

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or "You don't look a day over 25, darling". That's practically an admission of love.

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She's rarity. The woman is a marvellous rarity...

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SCREAMING >

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Get out! Stop it, stop it!

0:29:100:29:12

If Max was here you wouldn't dare...

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If Max was here he'd give us a hand! He never loved you! You were a front! To get at Tanya.

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A front!

0:29:250:29:27

SHE SOBS

0:29:290:29:32

Max!

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Stop them, please!

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Jack and Carol are forced to take drastic action following last week's revelations. Abi is thrown into a panic when she discovers Tanya has been missing all night and Janine arrives with a shock announcement for Cora and Rainie. Meanwhile, Michael is left frustrated when his attempts to uncover Eddie's secret do not go according to plan.


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