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MUSIC PLAYS LOUDLY, PATRICK SINGS ALONG

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PATRICK LAUGHS

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CACKLING

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MOBILE RINGS

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Sorry about the noise. Kim can't clean up without a bit of music.

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At least she's cleaning.

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Yeah, heh.

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You hardly had anything to eat at breakfast.

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-Can I get you some lunch?

-No, thanks.

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Look, I wouldn't charge you, you know.

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Free lunch for my favourite guest?

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No, I'm fine. Thank you.

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Ah, Pat. Now The Fete And Fortune Day's tomorrow.

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And I'm still looking for my Pearly Queen.

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I already said no.

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-Too right. You can't have Pat entertaining the kiddies.

-Why not?

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Well, she ain't so much of a "Hi-de-Hi", more "Ho-de-Ho",

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-if you get my drift.

-Shut it, Mo Harris!

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Well, if she doesn't want to do it, we can always find someone else.

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Come on, it'll be a laugh. The kids'll love it.

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And we can help raise that money for the community centre.

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-Instead of a costume, stick her in a rocket. The cash'll come flying in.

-Janine.

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Please. For me.

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If I say I'll think about it, will you drop it?

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-Yes.

-Fine. I'll think about it.

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Brilliant. I can't stay, I've got a publicity meeting with the Gazette.

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But have another drink. On me.

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-I can't shift all this on my own.

-Sorry, darling. I got distracted.

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-Right.

-And what's all that?

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Oh, that's Vanessa's things. I'll get Jack to take it round.

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Listen, I've got to nip out for a bit.

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-I can't do this on my own.

-Nan and Abs will help when they get back.

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You know they only went shopping to get out of it.

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-I need to pack for my holiday.

-Flight's not till tonight.

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Yeah, and I've got people that I want to see before I go.

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Like Ryan?

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Think what you want. But I'm not going to be ashamed of it.

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Oh, right, so it's public knowledge, is it? Whitney's all right?

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-If it's no big deal, why are you both sneaking about?

-Guess I take after my mother.

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Jo-Jo.

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Worry for our kids. That's the reason we get up every morning.

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What got me up this morning

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-was Kim and Denise screeching the house down.

-Oh. Life in a B&B, hey?

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I wouldn't call it living.

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I remember...my first business went under,

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so we had to book into a B&B for a few weeks.

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Anthony came down with pneumonia. What a mess.

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We were rock bottom.

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But in a way, those few weeks made me.

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I was forced to draw a line.

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And I swore, I'd never get that low again.

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Time to start climbing back up.

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Thanks, Eddie.

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I know Carol has her moments, but she is a good woman.

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Are you free for a drink tonight?

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Yeah. Yeah, I am.

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I'll call you later.

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Another one?

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-No.

-You can't sit here without ordering something.

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-We're not a charity.

-I'll get these.

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I'll have one as well, please.

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Clock's ticking. Look at that. I need an answer, Vanessa.

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-I'm trying to get some peace and quiet.

-Oh, sorry.

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How are you getting on at the B&B? How long do you reckon you'll last there?

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I'm tougher than I look.

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Yeah, I saw you this morning.

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Kim screeching, Patrick perving all over you, desperate for a feel.

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Denise and her pity. Sound about right?

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-It's not forever.

-You got that right.

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Unless you get some cash sharpish, you'll be living under that bridge,

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that one there... with the grumpy old troll.

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I am not interested in destroying your father, Michael.

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Find another angle.

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-All right, buddy?

-Very well, Alfredo.

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A bottle of your finest Cava, please.

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Oh, Jean wants to talk to you about catering for tomorrow.

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I've got a much better offer over the road.

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All right, shortcake? What do you want?

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We need pens and paper for our drawing.

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I might have something here for you.

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-Here we go.

-Bobby still all right up there?

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-Yeah, Shenice is looking after him, ain't you?

-Yep.

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Good girl. Off you go. Be good.

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Yeah, so how are things over at Beale Towers? With, er...

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what's that bird's name, Rebecca?

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No, it's not the redhead, it's the blonde one today. It is Cheryl.

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Look at you.

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It's like all my Christmases have come at once.

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Jane "dying", right? Best thing that ever happened to me.

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-Mrs Jessop?

-Yeah.

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-Whoa, whoa, whoa, you're supposed to be with Shenice.

-I want to go home.

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-Why, what's happened?

-I know about Mum.

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-Bobby, what are you talking about?

-She's dead.

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-Who was that?

-What?

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It was a punter.

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I know you, Ryan Malloy.

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-And I know when you're up to something.

-Shut up.

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Oh, did I hit a nerve?

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Know what, Janine? What I do is none of your business, is it?

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Cos you and me are history.

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That must sting. Your ex-wife all cashed-up,

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while you still collect glasses in a pub.

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Well, you literally couldn't pay me enough to spend another night with you.

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Still here, then?

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This is my home.

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You can't drive me out.

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MOBILE RINGS

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-You said she was dead. Shenice heard you.

-I know. It was...

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-It was a joke.

-It's not funny.

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Bobby, I know it's not funny, OK? I'm sorry, all right?

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It was a really stupid mistake. But listen, your mum's fine, OK?

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Jane's fine.

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I tell you what, how about we give her a quick call, yeah?

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When's she coming home?

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I don't think she is.

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But how about you go and stay with her next week, yeah?

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Would you like that? Come on.

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-We're all right though, aren't we? Just the two of us.

-I want my mum.

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I know you do, mate. I know.

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Um, I've got to go.

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Er, Darren. Just...Darren.

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Your father's been calling me all morning.

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-You wouldn't know anything about that, would you?

-No.

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You're a terrible liar, Jodie.

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Three calls to Harry since last night.

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-What are you playing at?

-I was worried.

-We can handle it.

-How?

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You're out on the street, I'm stuck in a dingy flat, stinking of fish,

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-working for Tanya. Everyone hates us. We've got no money.

-No-one hates you.

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Yesterday was really scary, Mum.

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I didn't know who else to call.

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What are we going to do?

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-We'll be in touch tomorrow.

-Right.

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Do you have someone to take you home?

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-I'll be fine. I'll be fine.

-OK.

-Thanks.

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-Can I have a word?

-I'm busy.

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I just bought that off of one of your punters.

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Drove a hard bargain. Reckons it's really good gear.

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Does Alfie know that you're dealing drugs in his pub?

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Just get out, OK?

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What has happened to you, Ryan?

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The man I married would never have sunk this low.

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Well, the lowest I ever sank was marrying you, wasn't it?

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Now walk away, Janine.

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-Alfie?

-Yes, darling?

-Stick another one in there, please.

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Anything for our Pearly Queen.

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Oi, don't mention the "P" word. I ain't confirmed yet.

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Don't tell me. Kim pulled out the big guns and started singing.

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Jodie rang my pig of an ex-husband.

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Now he wants to charge in and save the day. Make me pay for it later.

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You don't need him. You can do it yourself.

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-Not if the Brannings have anything to do with it.

-They'll calm down.

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In the meantime,

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start taking control.

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Take that first step.

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Well, I suppose I could face that smug cow Tanya.

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Go back and get the rest of my stuff. At least I won't have to go back there again.

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I'll do you a deal.

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You give me a hand to take some gear back to the shop,

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and I'll help pick up your stuff.

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Cheers, Eddie.

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She does my head in. Lecturing me when she's been sneaking around with Dad for months.

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Lecturing you about what?

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It doesn't matter.

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All she cares about is herself. She hasn't even asked me about my exam results.

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How did you get on?

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Two As. Two Bs. And she got a fail in parenting.

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TEXT MESSAGE ALERT

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Ooh, Lee. You saved his number, then?

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Yeah, all right, shut up.

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-Not going to reply?

-Maybe later.

-No. You should go for it.

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Nah, I just want to have a nice holiday, you know.

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Just forget about boys.

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Whitney, Cyprus is full of boys.

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Yeah, I know. Anyway, what about your mystery man?

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-There's no mystery man.

-Whatever.

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-I'll be back in a minute. Just keep looking through them, yeah?

-All right.

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-So how is he, then?

-He's a bit better since he spoke to Jane.

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Ian, three women on the go? Bound to end in tears.

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Yeah, I know. Poor kid. I was so preoccupied, I didn't even think...

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Look, maybe I should cut the cord with all of them.

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-Just focus on Bobby.

-That sounds like a plan.

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Trust me - never take your kids for granted, all right?

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She's been boozing all afternoon.

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She ain't going to do it. But just in case, you need a backup plan.

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-Ooh, talk of the devil. Jean's been looking for you.

-Have I?

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Yeah, you wanted to talk to him about the music for tomorrow.

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-Oh, yes. Right. Yeah, sorry.

-She wants you to work on something together.

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-You know, some of them old East End favourites?

-Oh, I'd love to.

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Long as we use proper old vinyl. None of them MP-whatsits.

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-No, I hate MPs.

-But...

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Excuse me for a minute, would you?

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Come on, you'd better hear this.

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Did you think about it?

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I said I would, didn't I?

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If you're not up for it, I understand.

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But remember Frank's 21st?

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You in your fancy dress gear?

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Oh, his eyes just lit up.

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We all had such a good time that night.

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Pat Harris would do anything for a laugh.

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Is she still in there?

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I don't think she is.

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What do you say?

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I'll do it. I'm your Pearly Queen!

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-Oh, Pat!

-Oh! Steady on.

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You sure Tanya won't say nothing?

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It will be fine.

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But maybe we should tell Whitney?

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She's been getting suspicious and I hate lying to her.

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No. Look, it's not the right time, OK?

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Yes, but the longer that we leave it...

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Lauren, please.

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Don't worry about Whitney, OK?

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That's my job.

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I should be getting back to her. She'll be wondering where I am.

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Oh, lovely! You give me a couple of minutes, she's got you for a week.

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Leave it a bit before you follow me out.

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BANGING ON DOOR

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-What do you want?

-My things.

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They're in the front room.

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Yeah.

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There's some boxes in the loft.

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You might want to get changed first, though. It's filthy up there.

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THUDDING ECHOES NEARBY

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Anthony, I need you to look after this place for me.

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-Why don't you ask Ty to do it?

-If I wanted to ask Tyler, I would.

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I need to be somewhere, Jack's not here. You're in charge.

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-All right. I'll tell Tyler.

-All right.

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You got the keys?

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Sorry?

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The keys. To the gym.

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To the... Yes. Yeah.

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Where are they? They're the ones.

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Cheers, Michael.

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Alfie?

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Oh, spot-check for drugs.

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Apparently, someone gave them a tip-off.

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Everyone stay where you are, please, we'll get this over with as quick as we can.

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Have you got gear on you? How much?

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-You said you weren't going to deal.

-Well, I'm going to get rid of it, ain't I?

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-Give it to me.

-What? Don't be stupid.

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We'll swap it over when we're searched. You go first.

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Lauren. OK, just leave it. Leave it.

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Don't even think about it.

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-What's happening?

-Just stay back, please.

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You can talk now or we can do it down the station.

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-It's mine. Can you let him go?

-Lauren! What?

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It's not hers. It's mine.

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-No, it's not.

-She's protecting me.

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-What is going on?

-Everybody calm down.

-I'll get a caution, that's it.

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-It's mine, all right?

-Listen, there's no way this girl...

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-Calm down!

-Ignore him, sir.

-Lauren, what are you doing?

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-Just go home.

-Why are you protecting him?

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Oh. Oh, it was Ryan all along, was it?

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Take her away, please.

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-You swore there was nothing going on!

-Whitney, just calm down.

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-We wanted to tell you.

-You slag your mum and dad off behind their backs,

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-but you're doing the same with your dirty little secret.

-I didn't mean to lie.

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Don't you ever... ever talk to me again.

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Lauren? Lauren, what's happened?

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-Are you her mother?

-Yeah. What's she done?

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Tried claiming this was hers to cover for him.

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Maybe you can have a word to her about keeping better company.

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You're free to go. You'll be coming down the station.

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-Right. Thank you, officer.

-Lauren...

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No. Don't speak to my daughter. Don't even look at her.

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-Whitney? Can we at least just talk about this, please?

-No.

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-I paid for your holiday because we're meant to be mates.

-We ARE mates.

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No, we ain't, Lauren. Holiday's cancelled.

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Get home.

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Look at the state of me.

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That's your first step.

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-You're on your way back.

-It don't feel like it.

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-You'll be all right here. Won't be for too long.

-No, it won't.

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I'll leave you to it, then.

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Eddie?

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You've been really good to me.

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Can't resist a damsel in distress.

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I appreciate it.

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At least we know Stace did the right thing.

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Taking Lily away.

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You don't mean that.

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I do.

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They're better off without me.

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Living a new life.

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You know, grief can be a funny thing.

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You think that you've got it under control - that it's gone, even -

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and then suddenly, when you're least expecting it,

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it pops up and taps you on the shoulder and says,

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"Hello. Remember me?"

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And it's like it never went away.

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It makes us do strange things.

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So, what?

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-You think I'm punishing myself?

-Only you can answer that.

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-I care about Lauren. I do.

-She's not Stacey, though.

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She doesn't fill that Stacey-shaped hole in your heart.

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Come on, let's go.

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He's a good boy.

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Deep down.

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He's just sad.

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Yeah.

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Craig.

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-We should have waited till Michael got back.

-Jack's there now, chill out.

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Oh, every time with those damn keys, boy.

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Oh, cavalry's here. Ant lost his keys.

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Oh, well, that's a surprise.

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I haven't lost them. I had them with me.

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-So where are they?

-I don't know.

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Out the way, you muppets...

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I bet they're in the kitchen again.

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Oh, here they are.

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But I had them with me the whole time, honest...

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-It's early onset Alzheimer's, mate.

-No, it's not.

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Stop arguing and get the tea started.

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Yeah, well, I better do it.

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That can opener's a bit of a challenge for you!

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So, what happened? Caution?

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Oh, OK, so you think you can just waltz back in my pub

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like nothing's happened? After you been dealing?

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-Alfie...

-I had the Old Bill bending my ear for a half hour.

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-Thinking I was in on it.

-I know, I'm sorry.

-Yeah, I'm sure you are.

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-I can't keep you on.

-Alfie...

-Just be thankful it's me and not Kat.

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Cos right now, she wants you hung drawn and quartered.

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Me, I just want you out my pub. So get out.

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Fine.

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Was it your idea to lie to me?

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And keep it a secret?

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Well?

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Lauren wanted to tell you.

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-I bet she did.

-She did, honestly.

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So it was you who wanted to lie to me instead?

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-No, it's not like that.

-So you used my best mate to lie to me?

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We like each other.

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I care about her.

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No, if you cared about her, Ryan, you'd stay away from her.

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-All she needs right now is a junkie boyfriend.

-I'm not a junkie.

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Oh, a dealer. Whatever.

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Listen, you and Lauren

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are all that I've got.

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What have I got? A brother and a best mate who lie behind my back.

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-I'm sorry.

-I suppose I should be used to it by now.

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Whitney, come on...

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-You say you're looking out for me, but that's a lie too.

-It's not.

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The last few months, Ryan, you have not been there for me.

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Not when I actually need you. I don't even know who you are any more.

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-I'm still your brother, sat here.

-No, you ain't, Ryan.

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Not any more.

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-Stay away from him, all right?

-I'm not a kid.

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-I'm old enough to be with who I want.

-Like a drug dealer?

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-You don't even know him, Mum.

-He just got arrested, Lauren.

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Life is too short to waste time with men like that.

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You need to focus on Whitney. Get things straight with her.

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Yeah, like that's going to happen.

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You need your friends, Lauren.

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-People that can support you.

-I don't need support.

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What? My parents split up. Big deal.

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-It happens to loads of people.

-Not just that.

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What, then?

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I just want to be left alone. So can you go hassle somebody else?

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I thought you were better than this.

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Don't get on your high horse after what you did to Greg.

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-Don't drag that...

-No, you can't judge me when you and Dad just ruined two people's lives.

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Actually do you know what?

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Why don't you just go follow his lead and disappear?

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You want to turn the light on.

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It's depressing, sitting in the dark.

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He bought it.

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