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They stop puffiness round the eyes.
Don't expect me to stand up in front of the vicar
-looking like Phil Mitchell, do you?
-What you talking about?
Don't forget your buttonhole. And make sure Tam remembers the ring.
-You still want to do this?
-Course I do, silly.
-It was just a little hiccup, wasn't it?
I wouldn't blame you for wanting to call the whole thing off.
I've been waiting for this day my whole life.
Nothing's going to spoil it.
-What are you doing in my house?
-Morning, Mrs M. How are you?
You haven't got that dirty beast with you, have you?
Nah, Keith put his back out helping with Darren's wedding present.
You mean Genghis, don't you?
Mm-hmm. What time is it?
Think it's just gone eight.
Eight?! Why didn't someone tell me? Oh, my, put your pants on!
Here he is! Walford's little pocket rocket!
Mrs Branning must be so proud(!)
-Where's Dazzy D?
-Don't think he come home last night.
-I should call the vicar.
-I'm going to cancel Palfrey Hall.
If there's not going to be a wedding,
I won't get to do my speech.
-What was that?
-I'm sure you did Darren proud.
-What's going on, Dal? Listen, sit down, take it easy all right, we got it all covered.
Take it easy? I'm getting married in three hours.
-You do remember what happened last night, don't you?
-Just a little hiccup, that's all.
-Little hiccup? Bagsy first shower!
I've got to use the toilet first!
Guess I'll get the sticky tape then?
Is that your speech?
-"One catastrophe after anoth...?"
Yeah, you and Jodie going to be OK then?
Yeah. I think we're going to be fine.
-You and Darren?
-Oh, it's bad enough without you repeating it.
-But, I mean, why would he even go near you?
-I don't know, Abi.
Maybe a moment of madness.
What is it with women in this family?
-You can't keep your hands to yourselves.
-Enough, thank you.
-So you're sticking up for her now?
-Lauren knows how I feel.
If she's going to behave irresponsibly then she'll have to deal.
Thanks, Mum(!) I should've known I could count on you.
So, are you still doing my hair for the wedding?
Actually, Abs, I was...
I knew you'd do this.
I was going to suggest that I close up the salon
and give you a proper pampering.
Well, I don't want my hair like yours.
No, heaven forbid.
Go on, you go ahead of me, I'll see you there.
Give me a chance to tidy up here.
-Morning! Lovely day for it.
-It's still going ahead then?
-Why wouldn't it be?
It's just with the groom copping off with the bridesmaid and...
-Come on, you!
-Hold on, hold on.
-You struggling to keep up?
-I've just got a bit of a stitch, that's all.
It's the only way we're going to get rid of those love handles.
Are you calling me fat?
You know I like to grab hold of something extra at night.
I got an e-mail from that registry office, the one in Stratford.
I'm still married, Christian.
If Qadim won't help me what more can I do? Come on!
How are you?
-It's 5p a bag. No exceptions.
-Denise, I can take over from here.
I think I can just about manage, thank you.
There are some wine gums that need pricing up.
In that case, if you'll excuse me? It appears we have a crisis in the back.
You really should start cooking for yourself, Yusef.
It's no fun just cooking for one.
Well, then why don't you come over this evening?
-I can cook us some dinner.
Yusef, I know what you said. It's just dinner.
I'll check with my receptionist.
It would be nice to have some adult company for a change.
Then Rose will just have to rearrange my diary.
Shall we say seven?
Hi. George wants some confetti.
-He's ever so excited about his Daddy getting married.
I wouldn't count on it.
Turns out the dirty dog's been knocking off some school girl.
-That sounds about right.
-No, no, you must be mistaken.
-Heather wants some confetti.
SuBo here thinks the wedding's still going ahead.
Well, then she'd be right.
See! I knew Darren wouldn't let us down.
D'you know what? I preferred Mercy.
-Are you ready?
-I think I'm ready, Pops.
-What do you think?
-I don't know what to say.
You don't know what to say, do you?
Is that good or bad?
I just want you to be happy, Jode.
I am happy.
But after what he did? Why didn't you say anything?
Because if I never said it out loud,
then it wasn't real, was it?
-He loves me.
-And do you love him?
More than anything in this world.
Right, so come on then. Better than Kate?
Better than Pippa!
This doesn't change anything, you know. We're still sisters.
-Is it true?
-It's not what you think.
Mum! Please, I need you here. Helping me get ready.
-Are you out of your mind?
-I don't want to fight with you. Not today.
-He cheated on you!
-I love him.
It's about being able to forgive, ain't it? However much it hurts.
Which magazine did you read that in?
I know today is really difficult for you
but if you can't be happy for me then I'd like you to leave.
Seven years! Me, you and Demi in the back of Uncle Clint's ice cream van, do you remember?
Remember Mum's face when she found Dad in bed with Pauline?
I do! A lot's happened since then.
You've grown into a lovely young man, Darren. I'm very proud of you.
I'd give anything to be that kid again, though.
What you talking about? You've got it made, you idiot.
-How do you mean?
-Every man's dream!
A girl that turns a blind eye.
-What if I don't want that?
-Don't get me wrong. She's a lovely girl,
but it doesn't do any harm showing her who wears the trousers.
We should probably be making our way across to the Vic now.
-Right. That's my cue. I'm off.
-Just wait and see, Tamster, just you wait and see.
Dal, you got a visitor.
I think you better go.
I came to give you this.
I'm guessing you don't need me as a bridesmaid anymore.
Good luck, yeah? With everything.
We can wait if you like.
Nah, go on. You lot go off. Got to practice my speech.
Denise? Denise, do we have any more puzzle books out there?
Mrs Khan? We met at the fundraiser two weeks ago.
I was just dropping in on an old colleague and, here you are!
Right, all we've got is some Sudoko and word searches.
As you can see, I'm rather busy here, so...
-Send your husband my best, won't you?
And who was that?
That...was an old friend of Masood's.
I forgot to pay for my mints.
-You been chucked out, Scabby?
-I've left my keys in the house. Actually.
-Where's your Mum?
-If I knew that, I wouldn't be standing here, would I?
Yusef. You'll have to make alternative plans for this evening.
Something's come up.
But I've rearranged my diary.
This. Us. You were right. It's not appropriate.
My children have to come first, OK?
So please. Just leave me alone.
Mick, do you want to give me a hand with these cufflinks?
Roll up your sleeves then.
I've always had such big dreams for my little girl.
I know she's never going to win any prizes at MENSA
but she's got the biggest heart of anyone I know.
But you already know that.
And despite the cheap shoes and big ideas...
I've always liked you, Darren.
You were kind, decent...
..I knew that whatever happened...
she'd always have you there to look after her.
Then I find you're just one of a long list.
Not much of a life for Jodie, is it?
All those nights she'll spend going through your pockets.
..not much I can do about it now, is there?
Right. Let's take a look at you.
Go on then.
You go and make an honest woman of her.
If you cheated on me, I'd have you shot.
OK, I'll bear that in mind.
You know what, it's not like I'm trying to be big-headed or anything,
but I think I'm a good catch.
You know, I've got all the talk. I've definitely got the moves.
You know what my problem is, Trace?
I keep going for them girls with too much swagger
and not enough going on upstairs, do you get me?
Trace, you just broken you with up with your fella?
-The groom's arrived.
-Did someone say free drinks?
-Dazzy D man, you scrub up well.
-Have you seen Jodie?
She'll probably be at the church. Talking of which, we need to make a move. We're going to be late, man.
-These are from Kat and Alfie.
-I always wanted to be on a balloon.
-You can take these, Hev.
-Right come on. Come with me!
Here you go, look. A little present from the Millers, Dal. Even Aleesha helped us with this one.
Told you Dad cares. He's just got a funny way of showing it, ain't he?
See, now that is a thing of beauty, man. Look at the wheels.
Scary, isn't it?
Knowing that everything's going to change after today.
How do you know? That you're making the right decision?
Right, are we going to this church or not?
Come on Dal, let's make tracks! Let's get out of here! Come on, no time to spare!
-You all ready?
-Dal, something to calm your nerves?
-Don't want to calm my nerves, just...
-You'll be all right.
-Stop the car, stop the car.
-Just wait till we get there, Dal.
-No, stop the car.
-We'll be at the church in an hour.
-Winston, stop the car, please!
Winston, don't stop the car!
Darren, just go to the toilet at the church!
Dal, where you going? Darren!
Darren! Wait for me!
Darren! Darren, we're going to be late for the wedding!
-You can't see me in my dress! It's bad luck!
It's bad luck, Jodes!
-Go now. Before you jinx it!
-I'm so sorry.
What are you talking about?
I can't do this. I'm sorry.
I found this when I was cleaning the flat. I think it's Tamwar's.
-Right, you want me to give it to him?
On whether Syed is planning on traditional dress.
Hello. This is Albert Square.
How may I help you?
-Heather! Have you seen Darren?
Listen, if he comes in, make sure he's all right. Nice one.
How long do you reckon we're going to have to wait here?
Until someone comes and gets us, I suppose.
Do you reckon I'll get to do my speech?
Just give it up, Tam.
That's a bit premature, isn't it?
Guy can dream, can't he?
I have found you the perfect outfit.
Come on! Tell you what, why don't me and you, just for one minute,
pretend we are a normal couple.
No vengeful ex-wives, families that love us...
Might I suggest we try for a different colour from my last wedding?
What is that?
Mum's shopping list.
-"Paprika, mustard seeds, two lemons!"
What is it?
It's Amira's number.
-I don't know why you're bothered. Parents always screw up.
-Look at my old man.
-At least he spends time with you.
-Yeah, only cos Shirley tells him to.
All they do is lie, cheat and mess with your head.
We're better off without 'em.
-Serves her right. Stuck up cow.
-We can't just leave her.
-Are you coming or not?
I'm sorry, Mrs Olubunmi. I'll fix your flowers again.
Just leave me alone. Just go away, please go away. Leave it!
We didn't mean to upset you. We were only playing a joke.
Don't listen to her. I smashed up your stupid plants, all right?
Abi didn't do anything.
-Why didn't she tell me?
-Forget about your mum, all right?
Call Amira! See what she's got to say.
Is it ringing?
Amira, it's Syed.
Mr Shah. Can I speak to her?
Please just hear me...
So what did he say?
He reckons she moved out two weeks ago.
No forwarding address.
You and Jodie will sort it, you know.
It's just a little wobble, ain't it?
It has to be. If it ain't, what hope is there for the rest of us?
-You'll find him, Hev.
-What? The Darren to my Jodie?
I think he's going to be a businessman, like his daddy.
You never know. You two might go into business together.
I'm a used car salesman who got caught nicking from the till, Hev.
-You're not a thief, Darren.
-Then what am I?
You're the Alan Sugar of Walford. You'll bounce back.
I ain't got no bounce left in me.
Here, take this.
-What is it?
-It's about time some good come of this money.
We don't need all this.
Just take it, will you? Having George with you.
It's the best thing that ever happened to me.
This doesn't mean you're going, does it?
I already told you, Denise. The man's a drinker.
It's funny, isn't it though? How he got your husbands mixed up?
Oh, hello. Not content with breaking Libby's heart, now breaking Jodie's.
That's great, you should go for the hat-trick.
KNOCKING ON DOOR
Wahey! What do you say me and you crack open that sherry of yours?
Or would you prefer altar wine?
Woah! What's the matter with you?
Gone mute or something?
Or...I know, you missing Sister Mercy and the happy clappers?
Now get out of my sight.
-Mum, I've decided to pay Qadim a visit.
-Why would you do that?
-There's still no word from Amira.
-So just give it a few more weeks.
Until she decides to call, you mean?
Why are you stirring things up with that family?
Haven't they been through enough already?
So that's why you neglected to tell me she'd already been in contact?
I don't understand. Where did you get this from?
I thought I'd...
You thought you'd thrown it away? This is just a sham, isn't it?
Every time I think we're making progress
-you go and pull a stunt like this.
-Is everything all right?
It's just one step forward and half a dozen back with you, isn't it?
-I need that for school.
-You'll just have to do it the old-fashioned way and read a book.
This is child abuse. You're going to ruin that.
If you're determined to run riot, then you'll just have to live with the consequences.
-Bad luck, Abs.
-Oh, so she can sleep with Darren
and ruin his whole wedding, yet I'm the one getting punished?
-This is not fair.
-Life isn't fair, Abi.
Well, act like it.
Come on, you can't blame us for behaving badly.
We're products of a broken home.
Drugs, teen pregnancy, juvenile delinquency.
The odds are stacked against us.
You know what? I give up.
Do what you want.
You don't think this is a bit insensitive?
Just read the damn speech, Tam.
"So what is the point of Darren Miller?
"He can't sing, he can't juggle,
"but he's one of the best friends I've ever had."
-Listen, you sure you don't want to come back with me?
-I can't hide behind you when the going gets tough.
Proud of you, Darren. You've turned into a lovely young man. Mwah!
Despite your dad.
Right! I'm going to go and see Gus. See how Wellard is.
-Don't worry, forget it.
"You can always rely on Darren to tell you how many penguins
"you can fit into a Mondeo."
17. 19 at a push.
I've been talking to Afia.
We were wondering if you wanna come work at the Argee Bhajee again?
-No offence, Tam...
-But it's the worst idea ever!
What do you reckon you're going to do?
Don't know. See how far Mickey's heap of junk will take me.
You could stay and prove everyone wrong.
I'm kind of a thief now,
who slept with his boss's daughter then jilted his fiance.
Dwell on the negatives, why don't you?
-Who's going to be my friend now?
-You got Fatboy.
-I don't understand a word he says.
-I can't either.
I'm so proud to say that you're my friend.
Is this where we hug?
I'll always be your wingman, all right?
You look after yourself.
Does that mean...?
At least Darren had the decency to own up to what he did.
We've seen you sneaking around, Mum. Knickers in your handbag,
coming in at all hours, secret little phonecalls...
-It's not what it...
-Who is it this time?
Ian, Alfie, are you giving Uncle Jack another go?
-It's not what you think.
-Well, something's going on!
-You only have to look at your face to know that much!
-What are you...?
Mum? What's going on?
I'm ill, Lauren.
KNOCK ON DOOR
KNOCK ON DOOR
I forgave you. I was willing to put all that bad stuff behind us.
And what do you do? You humiliate me in front of all my friends.
-How am I supposed to go out there and show my face?
-Everyone sniggering. Laughing behind my back.
-It's me they hate. Not you.
I would have given up everything to be with you, Darren Miller.
You think it was easy?
Walking away from the best thing that ever happened to me?
I remember the first time I saw you sitting in the middle of the road.
You were the most beautiful thing I'd laid eyes on.
You believed in me when everyone else had written me off.
Don't you love me?
More than anything.
So why did you do it?
Cos the man you fell in love with...
He got lost, he changed.
I stole and I cheated.
I hurt the most precious thing I had in my life.
You deserve someone who worships the ground you walk on.
I thought that was you.
I wanted to give you the world.
I wanted to show you things you only ever read about in books.
You sound like you ain't going to be around.
I... I didn't want to turn out to be your old man.
-I don't want you to have the same life as your Mum.
I'll be back.
But only when I'm fit to stand in that church to take your hand.
But you're a good man.
At least I thought you were.
Go and find some bloke to whisk you off.
Show you everything that I couldn't.
Give me something to fight for.
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