06/09/2011 EastEnders


06/09/2011

Alfie receives some miraculous news, but his joy is tragically short-lived, and Kat and Alfie must face up to a painful loss. Meanwhile, Yusef pays Qadim a visit.


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You are going to have a little brother or sister

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and you're going to have to look out for them,

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cos you're going to be their big brother.

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Their hero.

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And you'll always have Mummy - both of you.

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If nothing else, you'll always have me.

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Hmm.

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Sorry.

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That sink was clear a minute ago!

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It's only my breakfast things.

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-They should be washed up and left to drain!

-Hardly worth the bother.

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-I've got to do my face.

-What do you think this is?

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-A beauty parlour?

-I never saw the point of make-up, myself.

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I mean, you can plaster a brick wall all you like,

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but at the end of the day, it's still a brick wall.

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You wear make-up!

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Yeah, I know, darling,

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but my brick wall ain't got as many cracks as yours.

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Look, we've got to have a rota, I can't have this every morning.

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I've got me routine to stick to.

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-Where's my toast?

-I never knew it was yours!

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I'm going to the cafe.

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Don't go. I'll make you some new.

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-No, it's OK, Mrs B.

-It'll be nice and hot!

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No, it's OK, I'll see you later, all right?

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What's he doing, living with a load of old women?

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You're not ALL old.

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Oh, ooh!

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You're mad. You don't need to do this.

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Just ignore him. Dip.

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You know, you should be supporting him.

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-I'll support him - When I'm carrying him, bleeding from the ring.

-Shut up.

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-Why did you let Michael talk you into this?

-He didn't. I want to do this.

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-Dad'll be happy about that.

-That's why we never tell him.

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What Michael said, it's rubbish.

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You're too raw for this, Ty.

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He's in good shape. You should try some training yourself.

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What shape will he be in after next week's fight?

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-Come on, lower.

-Excuse me.

-Can't you just walk around, please?

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Should I have to?

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I should be able to leave my house at any time

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without being subjected to sweaty, half-naked, young men.

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-Well, this is boring.

-Open up the Emporium, then. We'll be doing this for ages, mate.

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Right, what's next, boss?

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Christian? What's next, mate?

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Yeah.

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I appear to have over-ordered on the tomatoes.

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But it's OK, cos everyone likes tomato soup, don't they?

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Yeah.

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-(All right?)

-(What do you think?)

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Sometimes I wonder why I ever came to this country.

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-He was mouthing off.

-It's the attitude, Syed,

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the attitude and the remarks.

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Nobody is polite here. Nobody has any kind of respect.

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If we lived in Pakistan, things would have been so very different.

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Your father certainly wouldn't have met that Jane Beale.

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And I wouldn't have met Christian?

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You came to England for a fresh start and we both know you love it here.

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Tambo told me how much you cried during the royal wedding.

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That was allergies.

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So, come on, why are you here?

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I want to see you.

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Syed, I'm no fool, OK?

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Come on, spit it out, I know you need something. What is it?

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OK, Well...

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I want to contact Amira.

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What for?

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I'm serious about marrying Christian.

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I know you don't approve but I need to do this, and I need your help. Do you know where she is?

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No. Of course I don't.

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Well, in that case I've no other option.

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I'll have to see her father.

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Qadim? You can't do that!

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Syed, are you crazy?

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That man wanted to kill you. He left Christian for dead!

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He's my only chance of finding her.

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-Syed.

-Mum, I know what I'm doing.

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This is important to me.

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I have to find Amira.

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Morning.

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Thought it'd be safe to come down now.

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Yeah, them poor kids have been through enough, haven't they?

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Their mum's in prison, their dad's in Dubai,

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we can spare them the sight of your legs.

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Feel free to check them out, Pat.

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I'm still thinking about that bloke on the TV last night,

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celebrating his 110th birthday.

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Think I'd rather shoot myself.

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-Be all right if you still had your marbles.

-If I was 110,

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I'd have a son of...90.

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Yeah, and he'd still be chasing women.

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So would I! If I could catch 'em.

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SHE LAUGHS

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That looks official.

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It's probably Bianca.

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Oh.

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I can't find it anywhere.

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What?

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My pie dish.

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Oh, Liam broke it.

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Oh, no, I'll have to go to the shops.

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You not in the cafe today, then?

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Yes, I'm in this afternoon.

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Why? Norman coming over later?

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No. Why should he be?!

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We're just friends.

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Oh, touched a nerve.

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I know, but you can still see your friends, can't you?

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You could be friends with benefits.

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Well, the only benefit he's likely to get is a slice of my pie.

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If he's lucky.

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Syed.

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Syed!

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-Don't go.

-I have to, Mum.

-I could talk to him, ask him.

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I'm not a little boy! He hates me but he'll want me to get divorced from Amira as much as I do.

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-He'll hurt you!

-Don't upset your mother.

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-What?

-It's nothing.

-It clearly is. You're shaking.

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We're having a conversation. Me and my mother.

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I'm concerned for her well-being, she's under too much stress.

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-This has nothing to do with you.

-Don't go, that man is dangerous.

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-Who's dangerous?

-Great, just great.

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This is all you, is it? Pushing him to get a divorce from Amira?

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It's got nothing to do with Christian! I'm going to see Qadim.

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-We agreed you'd have no contact!

-No, I never agreed.

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-You're going nowhere near him!

-Even he's talking sense.

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-It's our only way to find Amira!

-The guy's nuts. Not happening, Sy.

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Why does no-one think I'm capable of looking after myself?!

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Fine. I'll stay married to Amira!

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Tyler, give me five minutes!

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I'm worried about your blood pressure.

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I am not stressed, all right?! I'm a mother. There is a difference!

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Cheers, darling.

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Look at you, jittering away.

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What's wrong? After all, you know the results anyway,

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-ain't your kid.

-It could be.

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Could it? There's a turn-up for the books.

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But then, your wife wouldn't be the little scrubber you think she is, would she?

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Kat.

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When do you get your results?

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I don't know, in about a half-hour or so.

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Right, when you get them you'll know where I am.

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-How about the pictures?

-I can't tonight, it's my turn to baby-sit.

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You're always baby-sitting. I'm starting to think you don't want to be seen out with me.

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Don't be daft. But I'd be grateful if you watch your remarks with Pat.

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What remarks?

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I don't want her knowing my business.

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She knows I stayed the night. What do you think she thought we were up to?

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I don't want the kids asking any questions.

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Have you always been like this?

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-Like what?

-Frightened to have a life?

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The clock's ticking, Carol.

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Cast your mind back before kids and grandkids.

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There must have been a time when you were happy being you.

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-Don't make light of my life.

-I'm not.

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But life's for living, love.

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Not for peering through a window at.

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Why me?

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You really don't know, do you?

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Get Whitney or Pat to baby-sit tonight.

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You got a date in the back row with some popcorn.

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HE LAUGHS

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I've just had your results e-mailed to me.

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You know, you're my favourite kind of patient.

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Sorry? I don't...

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Some days, all I seem to do is give out bad news,

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so it makes a nice change to do the opposite.

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You mean?

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Congratulations, Mr Moon.

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You're pregnant.

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You mean the...

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..it's my baby?

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Either something's changed or they got your results wrong in Spain.

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Your sperm count is lower than average but a lot higher than some.

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There's no reason why this can't be your baby.

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(Wow!)

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OK, OK.

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-I'm sorry, it's just...

-It's OK, take your time.

-Right.

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(Oh, my.)

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I might...I might be a dad!

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-YUSEF LAUGHS

-Yes.

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(Oh, wow!)

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(Wow.)

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(Wow.)

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You've got no idea, have you?

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Best way, really.

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Look at you, sitting there looking gorgeous, gurgling.

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Come here!

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Oh!

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Ooh!

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SHE PANTS

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I can't get that out.

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Looks like coffee, to me.

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Coffee? She's eight years old! what's she doing with coffee in bed?

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-This down to your granddaughter?

-Great-granddaughter. I know!

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Don't look old enough, do I?

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-Dot!

-'Coming.'

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You got anything to get out a coffee stain?

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Soap and elbow grease.

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Hello, Cora, what are you doing here?

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Just passing. Wondered what you was doing for lunch?

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I was going home but I dread to think of the state of me kitchen.

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I've decided to have an egg and cress at the cafe.

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Pat, have you met Cora? She's my new paying guest.

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Cora. Of course...

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You're Tanya's mum, aren't you? I met you at the wedding.

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That's right.

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Cora?

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Could I have a word.

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-Excuse me, Pat.

-Yeah.

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Cora, I don't like to bring this up,

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but you said yesterday, you was willing to pay a deposit.

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I had the electricity bill in this morning, I could do with the money.

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How much did we say that was for? £50, all in, 200 quid?

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Yeah, yeah.

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Ain't a problem, is there?

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Course not!

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Actually, I was wondering if there was any shifts going here?

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Oh, well, I'm sorry, we're fully staffed.

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Just an idea.

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You can afford the deposit, can you?

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Course, course I can.

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Maybe see you later at the cafe, yeah?

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Yeah. Right.

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Ta-ra.

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Bye!

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Your house must be getting as full as mine.

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Well, you know me, Pat, I ain't one to pass by on the other side.

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Especially when I see someone in need.

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Hmm. I've given Carol and Eddie a bit of space.

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Got a feeling I might need to buy a new hat come spring.

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She ain't put him off, then?

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Oh, no, she's doing her usual thing -

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making out she ain't got any room in her life for a man

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and how he must need his head testing to be even interested.

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-But this one's got staying power.

-Oh?

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The onion is being well and truly peeled.

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-It doesn't have to be...

-I need to go to hospital!

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-Right.

-'Kat?'

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-Whoa!

-Kat. All right, sweetheart, listen,

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I just want to say I'm sorry that I ever doubted you.

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You see...

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What?

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I know it ain't ideal,

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but once we've fallen into a routine it'll be a lot better.

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Yeah, I don't know, Mrs B. I think it's about time I hitched my wagon and moved on.

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That's the last thing I want!

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You know I've had a lot of upheaval in my life lately,

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what with Jim going away and finding Rose.

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And I know you don't want to be surrounded

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by a lot of walking waxworks,

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but I do like having you around, Arthur.

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I know, but you've got Rose now. And that scary lady.

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Ah, but I don't think that Cora is all she's letting on to be.

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I may be a Christian but I ain't no fool, Arthur.

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If she can't pay her way, she'll have to find somewhere else to live.

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How about you just give it a couple of weeks?

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Let the dust settle.

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Just for me, huh?

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All right. Just for you, though.

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DOT LAUGHS

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Jean, don't let Tommy out of your sight.

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I won't, he'll be safe with me. Don't worry, Kat.

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-Let's get you to the hospital.

-No. I don't want you near me.

-Yes, you do.

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Nan, stay with me.

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-I said I'm sorry...

-Get another cab!

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HE MOUTHS

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Don't make it any worse for her, Alfie, please.

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She'll be all right, won't she, Jean?

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They both will be.

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Afternoon.

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Oh! What must you think of me in my kimono at this time of day?

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-What's all this?

-Just helping out.

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-That boy next door is bringing your stuff in.

-All my worldly goods.

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Not much to show for a life, is it?

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Load of old tat, really.

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I know what you mean.

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I used to have three wardrobes full of lovely clothes.

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I know what you're thinking.

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Frivolous fancies.

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But they made me feel good about myself.

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-Guinness and Woodbine normally does it for me.

-Really?

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-No, Rose, not really!

-Oh.

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I used to have a job as a hostess in a nightclub.

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I had to look really smart.

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Tres chic.

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The clientele was very select.

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I loved that job.

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-Best I've ever had.

-Why did you leave?

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Fresher model come along?

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I'd better...

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-Oh!

-Sorry, after you.

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There you go, grandma.

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If I was your grandmother, I would teach you better manners!

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All right, all right.

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It doesn't look like you broke anything.

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So, then...what we agreed?

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Go on, you can have anything you fancy.

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Well, I have got my eye on something.

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From a professional point of view.

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-It's not my taste, but...

-You can make a few quid on it. Go on.

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Those candlesticks.

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-Dream on!

-Going to welch on a deal?

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No, I'm not going back on what I said, but I'm not that green.

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Those candlesticks are the only decent thing I've got.

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I'm not giving them to you.

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How about...selling them to me?

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How much?

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Well, erm...

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..150.

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That means they're worth at least 300. Maybe 400.

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I'm a trader, but I'm not in the habit of conning pensioners.

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Good. Cos this pensioner knows where you live

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and is in the habit of kneeing fellas where it hurts.

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200.

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Deal.

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You caught it early. They can do something, make it all right.

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No, it's too late. I know it is.

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Hi.

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Kat, before you say anything, all right,

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I ain't going anywhere.

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KAT PANTS

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Mrs Moon?

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Get off me!

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Kat, please?

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-I don't need walking to the cafe.

-I know you don't.

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I'm just trying to be a gentleman.

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Does that apply to tonight, as well?

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Yeah, I'll pick you up,

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escort you to the cinema,

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buy your ticket, buy your sweets.

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And then...when I've got you sat down and the lights are out...

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-it's every man for himself!

-You idiot!

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-I shouldn't have snapped at you.

-It's understandable.

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Why do you always do that?

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Why do you always make excuses for my behaviour? For what I say?

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Maybe, because in my mind, you can do no wrong.

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I wish you'd let me help you with family matters.

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You're a good friend.

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A dear friend. I know you've grown used to having an ineffectual husband,

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but not all men are weak and shallow.

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I appreciate your concern, but this is my family.

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So, I take it you don't want Syed to find Amira?

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No.

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I can understand why he's so keen to find his wife to move on with his life.

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Syed will never marry that man.

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If you are any friend of mine you'll agree with me on that.

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Of course I do.

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But it would be good to know where Amira is.

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Not to tell Syed, of course, but to know.

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MO SIGHS

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Alfie. Alfie, here's Kat.

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Well?

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Eight to ten weeks, they said.

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Oh, Kat.

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180, 200. There you go.

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-I want a written receipt.

-Yes, of course.

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I'll get my pad and pen. Oops!

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Right, that's everything taken upstairs.

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Thanks, darling. You're not a bad lad.

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Very handy around the house, aren't you? HE LAUGHS NERVOUSLY

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Is that everything? Cos the steeds need saddling up, back at the coral.

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-The what?

-He means he's got to get back to the car lot.

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Oh, well, I think the steeds can wait for a few more minutes.

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Rose, fetch the glasses!

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-What's this?

-Cherry brandy, left over from last Christmas.

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-I found it in one of me bags. Thought we might have a toast?

-Oh, no, I never touch alcohol.

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Except perhaps for a sweet sherry - medicinal purposes.

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Go on, bend the rules a bit.

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I love cherry brandy.

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And I like those chocolates that have the cherry liquor in them.

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Actually, you know,

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my lipstick is called Cherry Kiss.

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Yeah, yeah, yeah. Right. Come on.

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Here we go.

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Ta.

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-So...

-Thank you.

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To Dot.

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Thank you for taking me in.

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Thank you for taking all of us in.

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It's when your back's against the wall, you find true friendship.

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-Hear, hear!

-To friendship and to Dot!

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-Oh, my days!

-Yuch!

-Perhaps it was the Christmas before last!

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I think it's nice.

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Come on, careful.

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There we go.

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Keep the change, mate.

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Oh, no, no!

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-Where's Tommy?

-Upstairs. sleeping.

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Kat, I'm so sorry!

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It's all right. No fuss.

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-Come on, let's get you upstairs.

-No, I'm working. I'll carry on.

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-You can't.

-The show must go on, Jean.

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-Yes, darling, pint, yeah?

-Yes, please.

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-Oh!

-Whoa, sorry, mate. Jean, sort this mess out, will ya?

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Come on. You, upstairs.

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Mr Shah?

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-Yes?

-Yusef Khan. Salam alaikum.

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Who are you?

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I'm here on behalf of the Masood family.

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My daughter is married to their son.

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Their younger son.

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I have nothing to say to you.

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That's completely understandable.

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May I?

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I don't think I made myself clear.

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If you don't leave, I will take great pleasure in having you removed.

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Hear me out. All I want is to talk.

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I want to help you.

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I don't need your help.

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Cards on the table.

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I want you to help me.

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You know they say it's not really a baby till it's born, don't they?

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Do they?

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Is that what they say?

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Yeah.

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You know, we can always try for another one.

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-What?

-I don't mean straight away.

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But now we know I can have a kid, we can keep trying,

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well, at least till it works, yeah?

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Why'd you want to have a baby with me? You've made it clear what you feel about me.

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-That was before.

-Someone who loved me, who proper loved me - if I told them I was pregnant,

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they wouldn't think it was someone else's.

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You know I love you.

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No, I don't, I don't.

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Cos you don't make me feel like you do.

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That's cos you're just feeling emotional.

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In a few days, when things have calmed down,

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when you've had a chance to talk about...

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Alfie.

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You've been great with Tommy.

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Better than any man could be.

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But I know how much it would mean to you to have your own son or daughter.

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So, I want you to get out there,

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and find yourself a nice, clean girl.

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Do whatever you can to get her into bed and get her pregnant.

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-What?!

-And it don't have to be one night.

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You can have an affair with her.

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And if you want, I'll give you a divorce and you can be a family.

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Kat, stop.

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Cos that's the only way you're going to have a kid.

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Because this is never going to happen to me again.

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I'm not talking about right now, OK?

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Just listen to me. A few months. Maybe even a few years.

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No, I mean it, Alfie.

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I can't go through this again.

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I can't think I've got a baby.

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I can't give birth again.

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And I can't lose it again.

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I'll let you get some rest.

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HE SIGHS

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Kat, I'm going to prove to you...

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I love you.

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I have nothing but contempt for Syed and his life choice.

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As I've said, my daughter is married to his brother.

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If he treated her the way Syed has treated your daughter,

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I wouldn't rest till I'd killed him with my own hands.

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There was a time I felt the same way.

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You must still want to hurt him?

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To make him suffer?

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I think he's a lot like his father - weak, ineffectual.

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If you feel that way, why did you agree

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to your daughter marrying his son?

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Daughters can be disrespectful.

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I can't see how it serves any purpose

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for your daughter to still be tied to Syed.

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That family brought disgrace on my daughter.

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Divorce would bring further disgrace.

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I was divorced...

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..before I married Afia's mother.

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It took many years for me to move on.

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But I did.

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My first wife disgraced me.

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I know how you're feeling, how Amira feels.

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I used to hate my first wife.

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You no longer hate her?

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I hated her for what she did.

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For humiliating me and my family.

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I'll always hate her for that.

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But I see now that she was weak, easily swayed.

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That's just the kind of woman she is.

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But I had to move on with my life...

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to be free of her.

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Tell Amira Syed wants to talk to her.

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Free your daughter.

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Get her to contact his mother, perhaps.

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I don't want my daughter being contaminated

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any more than she already has.

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If anything, I thought you'd be pleased I wanted to find Amira.

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I know you think you're more into this marriage than I am, but...

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you're wrong.

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We'll find Amira another way.

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-How?

-Things have a way of sorting themselves out, Sy.

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-Yeah?

-Yes.

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I'm the guy that fell in love with a Muslim, in the closet, with a wife.

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Trust me, things have a way of working themselves out.

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Just got to have faith.

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You know, I'm...I'm a doctor.

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If I wanted to track Amira down, I could.

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True, it would be unethical but I am prepared to do so.

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Why?

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Let Syed think he's getting his way.

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At the moment, he's reuniting with his family,

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living with that man who helped break your daughter's heart.

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Let him have his divorce, free your innocent daughter.

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Then let me make sure

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he's ripped from the support of his family for ever.

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Let me avenge your humiliation.

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And your daughter's pain and suffering.

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Alfie is knocked for six after receiving some miraculous news but his joy is tragically short-lived when Kat is rushed to hospital. Meanwhile, Yusef takes it upon himself to help Syed and Christian by paying Qadim a visit, Cora is forced to sell off some possessions to raise money, and Eddie puts a smile on Carol's face.


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