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MUSIC PLAYS LOUDLY, PATRICK SINGS ALONG
Sorry about the noise. Kim can't clean up without a bit of music.
At least she's cleaning.
You hardly had anything to eat at breakfast.
-Can I get you some lunch?
Look, I wouldn't charge you, you know.
Free lunch for my favourite guest?
No, I'm fine. Thank you.
Ah, Pat. Now The Fete And Fortune Day's tomorrow.
And I'm still looking for my Pearly Queen.
I already said no.
-Too right. You can't have Pat entertaining the kiddies.
Well, she ain't so much of a "Hi-de-Hi", more "Ho-de-Ho",
-if you get my drift.
-Shut it, Mo Harris!
Well, if she doesn't want to do it, we can always find someone else.
Come on, it'll be a laugh. The kids'll love it.
And we can help raise that money for the community centre.
-Instead of a costume, stick her in a rocket. The cash'll come flying in.
Please. For me.
If I say I'll think about it, will you drop it?
-Fine. I'll think about it.
Brilliant. I can't stay, I've got a publicity meeting with the Gazette.
But have another drink. On me.
-I can't shift all this on my own.
-Sorry, darling. I got distracted.
-And what's all that?
Oh, that's Vanessa's things. I'll get Jack to take it round.
Listen, I've got to nip out for a bit.
-I can't do this on my own.
-Nan and Abs will help when they get back.
You know they only went shopping to get out of it.
-I need to pack for my holiday.
-Flight's not till tonight.
Yeah, and I've got people that I want to see before I go.
Think what you want. But I'm not going to be ashamed of it.
Oh, right, so it's public knowledge, is it? Whitney's all right?
-If it's no big deal, why are you both sneaking about?
-Guess I take after my mother.
Worry for our kids. That's the reason we get up every morning.
What got me up this morning
-was Kim and Denise screeching the house down.
-Oh. Life in a B&B, hey?
I wouldn't call it living.
I remember...my first business went under,
so we had to book into a B&B for a few weeks.
Anthony came down with pneumonia. What a mess.
We were rock bottom.
But in a way, those few weeks made me.
I was forced to draw a line.
And I swore, I'd never get that low again.
Time to start climbing back up.
I know Carol has her moments, but she is a good woman.
Are you free for a drink tonight?
Yeah. Yeah, I am.
I'll call you later.
-You can't sit here without ordering something.
-We're not a charity.
-I'll get these.
I'll have one as well, please.
Clock's ticking. Look at that. I need an answer, Vanessa.
-I'm trying to get some peace and quiet.
How are you getting on at the B&B? How long do you reckon you'll last there?
I'm tougher than I look.
Yeah, I saw you this morning.
Kim screeching, Patrick perving all over you, desperate for a feel.
Denise and her pity. Sound about right?
-It's not forever.
-You got that right.
Unless you get some cash sharpish, you'll be living under that bridge,
that one there... with the grumpy old troll.
I am not interested in destroying your father, Michael.
Find another angle.
-All right, buddy?
-Very well, Alfredo.
A bottle of your finest Cava, please.
Oh, Jean wants to talk to you about catering for tomorrow.
I've got a much better offer over the road.
All right, shortcake? What do you want?
We need pens and paper for our drawing.
I might have something here for you.
-Here we go.
-Bobby still all right up there?
-Yeah, Shenice is looking after him, ain't you?
Good girl. Off you go. Be good.
Yeah, so how are things over at Beale Towers? With, er...
what's that bird's name, Rebecca?
No, it's not the redhead, it's the blonde one today. It is Cheryl.
Look at you.
It's like all my Christmases have come at once.
Jane "dying", right? Best thing that ever happened to me.
-Whoa, whoa, whoa, you're supposed to be with Shenice.
-I want to go home.
-Why, what's happened?
-I know about Mum.
-Bobby, what are you talking about?
-Who was that?
It was a punter.
I know you, Ryan Malloy.
-And I know when you're up to something.
Oh, did I hit a nerve?
Know what, Janine? What I do is none of your business, is it?
Cos you and me are history.
That must sting. Your ex-wife all cashed-up,
while you still collect glasses in a pub.
Well, you literally couldn't pay me enough to spend another night with you.
Still here, then?
This is my home.
You can't drive me out.
-You said she was dead. Shenice heard you.
-I know. It was...
-It was a joke.
-It's not funny.
Bobby, I know it's not funny, OK? I'm sorry, all right?
It was a really stupid mistake. But listen, your mum's fine, OK?
I tell you what, how about we give her a quick call, yeah?
When's she coming home?
I don't think she is.
But how about you go and stay with her next week, yeah?
Would you like that? Come on.
-We're all right though, aren't we? Just the two of us.
-I want my mum.
I know you do, mate. I know.
Um, I've got to go.
Er, Darren. Just...Darren.
Your father's been calling me all morning.
-You wouldn't know anything about that, would you?
You're a terrible liar, Jodie.
Three calls to Harry since last night.
-What are you playing at?
-I was worried.
-We can handle it.
You're out on the street, I'm stuck in a dingy flat, stinking of fish,
-working for Tanya. Everyone hates us. We've got no money.
-No-one hates you.
Yesterday was really scary, Mum.
I didn't know who else to call.
What are we going to do?
-We'll be in touch tomorrow.
Do you have someone to take you home?
-I'll be fine. I'll be fine.
-Can I have a word?
I just bought that off of one of your punters.
Drove a hard bargain. Reckons it's really good gear.
Does Alfie know that you're dealing drugs in his pub?
Just get out, OK?
What has happened to you, Ryan?
The man I married would never have sunk this low.
Well, the lowest I ever sank was marrying you, wasn't it?
Now walk away, Janine.
-Stick another one in there, please.
Anything for our Pearly Queen.
Oi, don't mention the "P" word. I ain't confirmed yet.
Don't tell me. Kim pulled out the big guns and started singing.
Jodie rang my pig of an ex-husband.
Now he wants to charge in and save the day. Make me pay for it later.
You don't need him. You can do it yourself.
-Not if the Brannings have anything to do with it.
-They'll calm down.
In the meantime,
start taking control.
Take that first step.
Well, I suppose I could face that smug cow Tanya.
Go back and get the rest of my stuff. At least I won't have to go back there again.
I'll do you a deal.
You give me a hand to take some gear back to the shop,
and I'll help pick up your stuff.
She does my head in. Lecturing me when she's been sneaking around with Dad for months.
Lecturing you about what?
It doesn't matter.
All she cares about is herself. She hasn't even asked me about my exam results.
How did you get on?
Two As. Two Bs. And she got a fail in parenting.
TEXT MESSAGE ALERT
Ooh, Lee. You saved his number, then?
Yeah, all right, shut up.
-Not going to reply?
-No. You should go for it.
Nah, I just want to have a nice holiday, you know.
Just forget about boys.
Whitney, Cyprus is full of boys.
Yeah, I know. Anyway, what about your mystery man?
-There's no mystery man.
-I'll be back in a minute. Just keep looking through them, yeah?
-So how is he, then?
-He's a bit better since he spoke to Jane.
Ian, three women on the go? Bound to end in tears.
Yeah, I know. Poor kid. I was so preoccupied, I didn't even think...
Look, maybe I should cut the cord with all of them.
-Just focus on Bobby.
-That sounds like a plan.
Trust me - never take your kids for granted, all right?
She's been boozing all afternoon.
She ain't going to do it. But just in case, you need a backup plan.
-Ooh, talk of the devil. Jean's been looking for you.
Yeah, you wanted to talk to him about the music for tomorrow.
-Oh, yes. Right. Yeah, sorry.
-She wants you to work on something together.
-You know, some of them old East End favourites?
-Oh, I'd love to.
Long as we use proper old vinyl. None of them MP-whatsits.
-No, I hate MPs.
Excuse me for a minute, would you?
Come on, you'd better hear this.
Did you think about it?
I said I would, didn't I?
If you're not up for it, I understand.
But remember Frank's 21st?
You in your fancy dress gear?
Oh, his eyes just lit up.
We all had such a good time that night.
Pat Harris would do anything for a laugh.
Is she still in there?
I don't think she is.
What do you say?
I'll do it. I'm your Pearly Queen!
-Oh! Steady on.
You sure Tanya won't say nothing?
It will be fine.
But maybe we should tell Whitney?
She's been getting suspicious and I hate lying to her.
No. Look, it's not the right time, OK?
Yes, but the longer that we leave it...
Don't worry about Whitney, OK?
That's my job.
I should be getting back to her. She'll be wondering where I am.
Oh, lovely! You give me a couple of minutes, she's got you for a week.
Leave it a bit before you follow me out.
BANGING ON DOOR
-What do you want?
They're in the front room.
There's some boxes in the loft.
You might want to get changed first, though. It's filthy up there.
THUDDING ECHOES NEARBY
Anthony, I need you to look after this place for me.
-Why don't you ask Ty to do it?
-If I wanted to ask Tyler, I would.
I need to be somewhere, Jack's not here. You're in charge.
-All right. I'll tell Tyler.
You got the keys?
The keys. To the gym.
To the... Yes. Yeah.
Where are they? They're the ones.
Oh, spot-check for drugs.
Apparently, someone gave them a tip-off.
Everyone stay where you are, please, we'll get this over with as quick as we can.
Have you got gear on you? How much?
-You said you weren't going to deal.
-Well, I'm going to get rid of it, ain't I?
-Give it to me.
-What? Don't be stupid.
We'll swap it over when we're searched. You go first.
Lauren. OK, just leave it. Leave it.
Don't even think about it.
-Just stay back, please.
You can talk now or we can do it down the station.
-It's mine. Can you let him go?
It's not hers. It's mine.
-No, it's not.
-She's protecting me.
-What is going on?
-Everybody calm down.
-I'll get a caution, that's it.
-It's mine, all right?
-Listen, there's no way this girl...
-Ignore him, sir.
-Lauren, what are you doing?
-Just go home.
-Why are you protecting him?
Oh. Oh, it was Ryan all along, was it?
Take her away, please.
-You swore there was nothing going on!
-Whitney, just calm down.
-We wanted to tell you.
-You slag your mum and dad off behind their backs,
-but you're doing the same with your dirty little secret.
-I didn't mean to lie.
Don't you ever... ever talk to me again.
Lauren? Lauren, what's happened?
-Are you her mother?
-Yeah. What's she done?
Tried claiming this was hers to cover for him.
Maybe you can have a word to her about keeping better company.
You're free to go. You'll be coming down the station.
-Right. Thank you, officer.
No. Don't speak to my daughter. Don't even look at her.
-Whitney? Can we at least just talk about this, please?
-I paid for your holiday because we're meant to be mates.
-We ARE mates.
No, we ain't, Lauren. Holiday's cancelled.
Look at the state of me.
That's your first step.
-You're on your way back.
-It don't feel like it.
-You'll be all right here. Won't be for too long.
-No, it won't.
I'll leave you to it, then.
You've been really good to me.
Can't resist a damsel in distress.
I appreciate it.
At least we know Stace did the right thing.
Taking Lily away.
You don't mean that.
They're better off without me.
Living a new life.
You know, grief can be a funny thing.
You think that you've got it under control - that it's gone, even -
and then suddenly, when you're least expecting it,
it pops up and taps you on the shoulder and says,
"Hello. Remember me?"
And it's like it never went away.
It makes us do strange things.
-You think I'm punishing myself?
-Only you can answer that.
-I care about Lauren. I do.
-She's not Stacey, though.
She doesn't fill that Stacey-shaped hole in your heart.
Come on, let's go.
He's a good boy.
He's just sad.
-We should have waited till Michael got back.
-Jack's there now, chill out.
Oh, every time with those damn keys, boy.
Oh, cavalry's here. Ant lost his keys.
Oh, well, that's a surprise.
I haven't lost them. I had them with me.
-So where are they?
-I don't know.
Out the way, you muppets...
I bet they're in the kitchen again.
Oh, here they are.
But I had them with me the whole time, honest...
-It's early onset Alzheimer's, mate.
-No, it's not.
Stop arguing and get the tea started.
Yeah, well, I better do it.
That can opener's a bit of a challenge for you!
So, what happened? Caution?
Oh, OK, so you think you can just waltz back in my pub
like nothing's happened? After you been dealing?
-I had the Old Bill bending my ear for a half hour.
-Thinking I was in on it.
-I know, I'm sorry.
-Yeah, I'm sure you are.
-I can't keep you on.
-Just be thankful it's me and not Kat.
Cos right now, she wants you hung drawn and quartered.
Me, I just want you out my pub. So get out.
Was it your idea to lie to me?
And keep it a secret?
Lauren wanted to tell you.
-I bet she did.
-She did, honestly.
So it was you who wanted to lie to me instead?
-No, it's not like that.
-So you used my best mate to lie to me?
We like each other.
I care about her.
No, if you cared about her, Ryan, you'd stay away from her.
-All she needs right now is a junkie boyfriend.
-I'm not a junkie.
Oh, a dealer. Whatever.
Listen, you and Lauren
are all that I've got.
What have I got? A brother and a best mate who lie behind my back.
-I suppose I should be used to it by now.
Whitney, come on...
-You say you're looking out for me, but that's a lie too.
The last few months, Ryan, you have not been there for me.
Not when I actually need you. I don't even know who you are any more.
-I'm still your brother, sat here.
-No, you ain't, Ryan.
Not any more.
-Stay away from him, all right?
-I'm not a kid.
-I'm old enough to be with who I want.
-Like a drug dealer?
-You don't even know him, Mum.
-He just got arrested, Lauren.
Life is too short to waste time with men like that.
You need to focus on Whitney. Get things straight with her.
Yeah, like that's going to happen.
You need your friends, Lauren.
-People that can support you.
-I don't need support.
What? My parents split up. Big deal.
-It happens to loads of people.
-Not just that.
I just want to be left alone. So can you go hassle somebody else?
I thought you were better than this.
Don't get on your high horse after what you did to Greg.
-Don't drag that...
-No, you can't judge me when you and Dad just ruined two people's lives.
Actually do you know what?
Why don't you just go follow his lead and disappear?
You want to turn the light on.
It's depressing, sitting in the dark.
He bought it.
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