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-He was my BFF.
-You'll get another.
OK, you can't just get another BFF, Afia.
It's not "Best Friend Until The Next One Comes Along", is it?
Come on. You've got me.
Hiding Amira's number. How pathetic is that?
-We're getting married whether you like it or not.
-Change the record.
And until you apologise, I want nothing to do with you.
-I'm sorry to hear you and Abi are over.
-I just spoke to her.
Oh, maybe I haven't told her yet.
-Vandalising old ladies' gardens, Jay!
-I wasn't there, all right!
She's 15 years old, she's never been in trouble.
-It wasn't me!
-So she starts seeing you, suddenly she's breaking into the Vic...
Yesterday. It was my fault.
-Vandalism's nothing compared to what you were up to at that age.
-Stay out of it.
-Out till all hours, off her head on who knows what.
-That's not the point. I don't want
-my daughter ending up like you.
-What's wrong with that?
Like you've ever been proud of him! It stops, Jay, right now.
We never did know where she got her gob from.
-Why give you the details if she meant to hide them?
-She didn't mean to.
They were just there, in the magazine. How am I going to find Amira now?
Could try her dad again?
Really thought you and Mum were getting on.
-But I'll talk to her.
-She's always going to be the same.
You, me, Shabnam...
it always has to be about her. Well, you know what, not this time.
I'm not going to put Christian through it any more.
Let me try, OK?
You're not thinking of working, are you?
-Got nothing else to do.
-It's not going to PIN itself, is it?
You should still get the rest of the week off. Double pay.
Oh. We'll pay you tomorrow, yeah?
Yeah, and then you can have your biscuits tomorrow, can't you?
Well, that was a bit mean.
And you know so much about business, don't you?
-She's just lost the man she loved.
-If you're not here to deliver any parcels, then I'm not interested.
You looked... Earlier...
you looked tired.
Well, I'm not.
I'm OK. Everything's OK.
You not got school?
Darling, my consultant has said it's small, it's easily treated.
Yeah, but online it says... It says that tumours can...
Well, mine's not like that. It's not. Just one quick little operation...
But they can, can't they, they can spread?
Right, and my consultant said that it's fine.
Yes, but I'm just saying...
They've even gone to the trouble of tucking one of my ovaries under my armpit somewhere.
It's not actually in my armpit, Lauren. I'm...
Yeah, it's just a little precaution to prevent an early menopause.
Look, darling, you encouraged me to go for a smear.
They've caught it early. It's a good thing.
You see, this is why I didn't want you to know
and why you mustn't tell anyone else.
-Because I don't want you all worrying and getting upset.
It is not serious, all right?
And I don't want you all pitying me.
Honestly, we've just got to carry on as normal.
But this isn't normal, is it?
Darling, everything is going to be fine. Come here.
It's going to be fine.
There is no way Jodie's coming to the salon. She's meant to be on honeymoon.
-She's not on honeymoon cos of your slut of a daughter.
-Hello, whose bed have you just crawled out of?
-Right, I think you should go.
-Like mother, like daughter.
-Say what you want about me but leave my mum out of it.
Was meant to be mine and Max's wedding day too. She wrecked Jodie's marriage, you wrecked mine!
I said leave my mum out of it! If you want to punish me, punish me.
But don't take it out on my mum.
Don't give me that look.
-The look you gave me now.
You have no right to give me that look.
You had no right to hide Amira's number.
I should've known he'd come running to you.
-He was upset, I went to see him.
-Turn everyone against me, more like.
He's marrying Christian.
It's not "marrying", Tamwar.
He's marrying Christian, and he needs to divorce Amira.
-I am not stopping him.
-She got in touch and you hid her number!
-Just go to the restaurant.
Stop trying to control everyone. It's not like you even care.
I care, Tamwar. I care about this fam...
My best friend left. He's gone.
You haven't even asked me how I am.
-Tamwar, I'm sorry.
-Forget it. Forget it.
Kat and Alfie have taken Tommy out
for the day, which is lovely.
I mean, everyone should go out for a day.
and see the flowers, feed the ducks.
It's been doing that all morning.
-Have you changed the barrel?
-Changed the barrel?
I don't know how to change a barrel!
Isn't there anyone here who could help you?
Umm. Oh, no, I don't think that you're supposed to be...
It's all right, it's all right.
-Barrel, Norman. Cellar.
And not a word to Kat. I don't want another face full of beer.
Right, who's next, then?
-I threw away Amira's number.
So how did Syed get it?
Come on, that's it! Come on, my son. And again. Come on.
-Boy's a natural.
-Yeah, course he is. He's a Mitchell, ain't he?
Being able to hit someone? Oh, that's amazing!
You reckon it's easy?
Ain't hard, look at the size of those gloves.
I'd like to see you give it a go.
-I know what I did, Yusef.
-I know, but I...
-You're under pressure.
The mind can play tricks. And with the sleeping pills...
-Then I want to come off them completely. I can't think clearly.
-Are you sure that's wise?
You should have seen the way Tamwar was looking at me.
-I know, but...
-I have let him and Syed down.
Tamwar's young. He doesn't understand what you're going through.
He's my son!
To see him looking at me with such anger. Such disappointment.
I'll get you something different. So it'll be easier to stop.
-Yes, thank you.
-Does...anyone else know that you're still taking anything?
If anyone finds out, you must say they're from your doctor.
Yes, of course.
I'm very grateful to you. I know what a risk it is that you're taking.
You know I'd do anything for you. Anything.
I was so sure that I'd thrown that number away.
Thanks, darling. I'm not sure I want another cup of tea.
You need to keep your fluids up, Mum.
Please don't smother me.
It's just a cup of tea.
It's not fair.
There is no "why me?"
I mean, what have you ever done to deserve cancer?
No-one deserves it.
-I can think of a couple of people.
It's not about what you've done. It's not some sort of punishment.
How can you be so calm?
I've got to nip out, darling, just for a bit.
-I'll come with you.
-No, it's fine. I won't be long.
I'll see you later.
Dee, Zainab ain't my problem!
Look, I've had my arm down a U-bend all morning,
I'm doing the towels for number three...
Yeah, course I can do a shift for you as well(!)
If you're going to have a day off, you could at least smile.
Oh... Sorry, I didn't mean...
I mean, you should...
All I talked about was the wedding. On and on. Pushing him away.
-No, you didn't push him away.
-He doesn't know how much I spent.
I can't afford the bills or pay the rent.
So... So look, we'll take it all back, right?
-All the wedding stuff.
-All of it?
And if they won't take it, then we'll sell it all.
Look, it's going to be all right, OK? Trust me.
Come on then, hit me. Hit me!
Maybe that's enough for one day.
-He looks knackered.
-Come on, I thought you said it was easy, eh?
Phil, he ain't ever even put gloves on before.
Come on, big man!
-Ben, do you want to stop for a drink of water?
Show everyone you're a Mitchell. Come on, come on, come on.
Not as easy as it looks, is it?
-You been looking at him like that for ten minutes.
-I'd never look at him like that.
Like...how you're saying I'm looking at him. I'd never... He's with you. I'd never.
No, he ain't with me.
-Well, not like that, anyway.
-Did you want it to be something more?
-If you want him, go for him.
-What are you doing?
-Pat and Norman have been marvellous.
It was just when it got a bit busy.
Listen, thank you so much, sweetheart. Cheers.
So how was Tyler? How was the park? How were the ducks?
Tyler's doing well. Ducks were lovely. Send their love.
Been wearing my dresses too? Hope you ain't stretched them.
Cheap ain't really my style.
-Sorry about that.
-That's all right.
-No. I don't want them.
-We talked about this.
-I threw that number away.
-You've got to stop upsetting yourself.
You were here with me. You were right there.
I don't recall. Are you sure it wasn't just...?
It wasn't what? The pills? No. You picked up the waste paper bin and you made me put it in.
You did, didn't you?
Then you must have taken it out again.
-And why would I do that, Yusef?
-I don't know. You felt guilty?
-What, am I stupid now?
-You need to calm down.
-Don't tell me what I need.
-Whatever you did, it's done now.
-Yes. What does it matter? My children all hate me!
They're upset, and you're emotional. But with these new pills...
I don't want the new pills!
You can rely on me. It will be...
I want to come off everything completely.
I don't want to have to rely on you any longer, all right?
-It's not fair.
-It's not a problem.
It's all gone too far.
I need to start living my life again.
No tomatoes. Extra mayo.
How about Tuesday afternoon? Is 3.30 OK?
-Uh-huh, yeah. Bye.
Yeah, they're from my mum.
-Very funny. This might cheer you up. I've just been around the flat, it's nearly finished.
Custard creams? Hot chocolate?
A long bath and three extra pairs of hands.
-I don't know why you don't phone Tanya.
-You any good with hair?
She can't expect you to do everything.
You all right?
Erm, I want to join the gym.
I need to learn to box.
Show my dad I'm not going to be pushed around any more.
D'you hear that? You could learn a thing or two from young Ben.
Now stop stressing about your mum and call Tanya.
Come on. See you later!
You don't get it, Yusef! Dr Graham came into the shop!
Denise heard him call me Mrs Khan!
-It was an easy mistake.
-It's not a mistake. It was a lie.
I pretended to be your wife.
-I'm not tired.
Can you stop saying that, please?!
I pretended. You let me pretend.
And then you lied to them as well.
Because for one night you were happy.
I'm still a married woman. As you keep reminding me.
-An unhappily married woman.
-Still married, though.
Denise of all people. I mean, what must she think of me?
She'll think Dr Graham made an assumption, that's all.
Syed. I've got to make things up with him. He needs me. Tamwar needs me.
You should've seen the way that that boy looked at me.
Zainab, you need to calm down.
What I need are my children.
-They've grown up now.
-They're still my children.
They will always be my children.
You were right...when you said we needed to keep our distance.
I wish I'd never gone to that event.
Why did you let me lie like that?
-It's what you wanted them to believe.
-Well, it was wrong!
-One day it will all be different.
-No, it won't.
You're tired, you've not eaten.
Let's talk tomorrow.
There's nothing to talk about.
What I did...
That was wrong.
What if Denise tells Masood? I need to see him.
Yes, I need to talk to him properly.
I need to get off these pills, and I need to go back to how my life was.
To the things that were important to me.
My family, my husband.
Don't play games with me.
He's my husband.
And I am his wife.
And I'm going to tell him everything.
Well, I thought Poppy was there, Syed?
Yes, all right, calm down. I'll come in.
"Got to pop out for a bit. I'll be fine"?
I've got to go to the salon.
Was it test results?
No, it was just routine, darling.
Syed needs a bit of help clearing up, so...
-I'll go. You need to rest.
-Stop treating me like an invalid!
Well, you stop acting like everything's OK.
It is OK. I've said it is.
The doctors have got everything in hand.
-I'll go to the salon for you.
-Don't wrap me in cotton wool!
-Can you let me look after you?
-I knew this'd happen. I shouldn't have told you.
No, you should've kept it a secret. Like you keep everything a secret.
This is not something you lie about!
-This isn't like lying about Dad.
-Don't bring your dad into this.
You've got cancer.
Don't you think he should know?
-Have you told Nan?
-She's the last person...
She's your mum. If it was me that had cancer... I'd want you to know.
It's not you, is it?
Just tell her.
No! I've said no, Lauren!
OK, well, I'll go sort the salon out.
Well, there wouldn't be anything to sort out if you hadn't slept with Darren, would there?
You put your make-up on upside down or what?
-Been on my feet all day.
-You've been on your feet?
Well, I ain't really got duck-feeding shoes on.
Mate, you want to try chasing shoplifters halfway round the square!
I mean, the youth comes in, steals a look at me, can't say I blame him for that!
But then he wants to steal my French Fancies? Do me a favour.
You're right, you're right.
I don't know if Pat's told you, but we've raised all the money for the community centre roof.
Have we? Oh, that's great.
Isn't it? New roof. Hooray!
Until them halfway house kids paint it purple.
I just wanted to say thank you...
Ooh, I've enjoyed it.
No...properly, say... I was wondering...
And say no if you've got plans because sometimes people have plans, don't they?
Busy people, like yourself, but in case you haven't got any plans, and in case
this is an evening where a busy person isn't busy being busy,
I wondered if you'd like to come out for dinner? With me?
Oh, just an idea... I've got some ideas.
I'd be honoured.
-Sweetheart, you can go up if you want.
I've only just come down.
Well, I thought you could have a nice hot bath. Night in with Tommy.
Tommy's out for the count.
-All them ducks.
-Why don't you just have a nice hot bath?
If it's quiet here, I'll shut up early and then maybe me and you,
-No. Me and Kim,
-we're going out.
Yes, we are. Girls' night out.
All right. But I'm not going to have the ugly one.
All right. Come on, girl.
-We could take Kamil more often.
-I don't see why.
Give her a bit of a break. Then you wouldn't be such a stressed-out little bunnykins.
She always does this. She causes a big scene, and then expects everyone else to run around and sort it.
Well, she's the closest I've got to a mum.
Yeah, but she's wrong, Afia. And we always let her get away with it.
We let her drag us into her drama.
-You two not at work today?
-We were just popping home to see Mum.
-She's got you under her thumb.
-No. She was just a bit stressed.
-Oh, she's always stressed. It's what stops her from falling apart.
-Well, the restaurant's not going to run itself.
-Just five minutes.
Are you hungry?
Just for once, why don't you feed yourself first?
I'd only worn it the once.
So we'll put it online. Someone will buy it.
A second-hand wedding dress?
Something old, something new.
That someone got dumped in?
I still haven't even got the minimum payment.
I don't know where I'm going to get my rent.
What am I going to do without him?
-why don't I move in?
-What, with me?
Of course with you, who else?
What about your mum and dad's place? It's gorge. You've got proper milk in the fridge.
Come on, Jode... What are friends for?
I know... I know I ain't Darren,
and your place does stink of chips, but...
That thieving little cow!
Don't you think you've done enough? First you steal her man,
now you steal her job.
-I ain't stealing anyone's job.
-No? No? What you doing then? Making lemon tarts?
I've got clients! Lauren's helping me.
I hope you hosed her down first.
I thought you were my friend.
No, you're not.
I trusted you.
I thought I could rely on you, but no-one can rely on you, can they? Ever.
What? How would you like it if someone messed up your wedding?
Someone's got a lot of rage they want to get out.
Got to look the part, ain't I?
Go on, attack.
You been vandalising old ladies' gardens?
All right. All right. Come here.
Come in here.
-So... your wife.
You've had more than one?
-I've had five.
I'm like that with cardigans. Have to try a lot on before I decide.
Come on, let's go.
Do you want me to have a go at them? Cos I will.
I ain't gonna have nobody talk to you like that.
I'll be OK.
I know I didn't see much of you growing up.
But you're my family, Lauren.
And as long as I'm here,
I ain't having you face a problem alone.
Cos we stick together, eh? Cos that's what the Crosses do.
This looks cosy.
What did I tell you, Lauren?
-No, Mum, it's not what you think.
-What have you said?
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