17/01/2017 EastEnders


17/01/2017

Tensions remain high for the Fox family following recent events. Things go from bad to worse for Mick.


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Och aye the noo!

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Morning, love.

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Tell Mick I got a right good deal on the bunting

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for the Supper Club tonight.

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I got red tartan, I got lions...

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Smashing.

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Linda threw him such a party.

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Should hope so. He's only 40 the once.

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Quiet in here.

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Run off my feet earlier. Died down now.

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The caff's heaving.

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-Really?

-Kathy's coffees are going down a storm.

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I'd best not keep you, then.

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Yeah. Anyway I'll be back later tonight, all right?

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Love a bit of Gay Gordons, me.

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And spread the word, don't forget. I want to get this place buzzing.

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-Do Mick proud.

-See you later.

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Thanks.

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Hey, Denise, you should be resting, man.

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-I'm not an invalid.

-It's only been a few days.

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Yeah. Yeah, it's fine. It's just...you know, it's the milk.

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Oh. Would expressing help?

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No, the midwife said that that just prolongs things.

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Don't worry about me, darling.

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Everything will get back to normal soon, yeah?

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Yeah, course.

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I was going to bring them up to you.

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You'll be down the hospital best part of tomorrow.

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You need to rest.

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Do nothing but these days.

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It's Tony's funeral this afternoon, isn't it?

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Yeah.

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His poor family.

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Look, Michelle told Ben that we were seeing the consultant.

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He doesn't know about Denise.

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Good.

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You don't have any regrets, do you?

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Seriously, Bex. I don't care what it took.

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I'm just so relieved I don't have to look at Keegan's zitty face

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across that lab ever again...

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Oi oi, you'll be seeing her at school all day, won't you?

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(Hang on, Bex.) Dad, this is important.

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Anyway, I can't make it tonight...

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Nah, I've got drama club...

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Yeah, I know, I totally can't wait...

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Cool guys and not stupid kids.

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In answer to your question...

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..no.

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No regrets whatsoever.

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Oi.

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Oh.

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I don't pay you to sweep up, I pay you to cook.

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Rat droppings. They're everywhere.

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Don't worry about it. I've been on to the council.

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More importantly, how was your birthday?

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-Good knees-up?

-Yeah, yeah. It was bang on.

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It was bang on.

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You'll never guess who showed up. My Nancy and Tam.

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All the way from Italy.

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How are they?

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They're good, yeah, yeah.

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They've got a bit of graft, you know, got somewhere to live.

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They not calling in here?

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Nah, nah they had to shoot off double early.

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Bet you didn't want to let Nancy go.

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No. No, didn't want to leave any of 'em, to be honest with you.

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Elaine no better then?

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It's going to be a long haul.

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Fingers crossed the doctors give Linda a break

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so she can get herself home.

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In the meantime, you've still got family here don't forget.

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I really appreciate you holding the fort, you know.

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You've been a real diamond.

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I meant Lee.

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He did come back from Watford, I assume.

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Yeah, course he did.

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He's got his high-flying career to get back to, ain't he?

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He does want to make amends, you know.

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Yeah...

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I know.

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Morning.

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Are you feeling all right?

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I thought you liked this new posh stuff.

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I do.

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Thank you.

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It's all right.

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It was wicked seeing Nance and Tam again, weren't it?

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-Yeah.

-Nancy sounds like she's doing amazing.

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And I'm not, I suppose.

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Didn't say that, did I?

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Anyway. Your dad had a good time, didn't he?

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He didn't say a single word.

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Well...

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you've still got a lot of making up to do, Lee.

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I've already said to him

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that I'm going to pay back every penny, all right?

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How you going to do that?

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I weren't going to say nothing,

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but I got a job interview after work today.

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-What for?

-Insurance sales.

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Commission again, yeah.

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Yeah, but it's a much better basic than what I'm on now.

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I'm trying, all right?

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Yeah, I know.

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Em...

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Thank you, Vincent.

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Um, I didn't really know what was appropriate...

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Thank you. It's really thoughtful of you.

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Yeah, they're lovely. I'll get a vase.

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So, um...how are you doing?

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You know...

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Where's Kim?

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Yeah, she's, um...

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She's taken Pearl on a play date.

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Has she?

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Yeah, I think she just needed to get away from Emerald

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-if you want me to be honest.

-Right.

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A month's a long time.

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Yeah.

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I mean, she's driving us insane,

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just running round the house half naked.

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-Chat, chat, chat...

-Not to me, she ain't.

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I think she just needed more time.

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Must be catching.

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I respect you, Denise.

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It's your kid.

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You know what you're doing.

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But when Kim gets something in her head...

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you know what she's like.

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She's her sister.

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And she should be here supporting her.

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No matter what she thinks.

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She doesn't know that you're here, does she?

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I'm sorry.

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-I-I-I'd better be going.

-Yeah.

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-Mum...

-I thought after last week that was it, you know?

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The worst is over.

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But I'm not going to be allowed to forget, am I?

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I should go and check with Billy.

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Make sure everything's all right for Thursday.

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You'll need to take Ronnie's dress, don't forget.

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It was good of Dot to look after Matthew this morning.

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-And she's offered to bring her cat over tonight.

-Mm.

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The kids love playing with it.

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Tormenting it, more like.

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Yeah, well, helps keep their minds off things.

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Out, out, out, out! Shoo!

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What is it?

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-A rat.

-SHE GASPS

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Overflowing bins I can just about cope with, but vermin?!

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Should be used to them by now. It's London.

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Get a grip.

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Donna, these are super-size, I swear.

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They'll be camping out at the launderette now it's closed.

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Yeah, lovely. Five-star hotel, right next to our shop.

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I'll give Mr Papadopoulos a call.

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Right. Spuds done.

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I'll need more than that.

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Why? We don't want to waste 'em.

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There might not be many punters after Italian night.

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Yeah, well. I'm back at the helm now.

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Johnny hadn't a scooby.

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Johnny did his best.

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And it ain't like you've never messed up plenty, is it?

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Right. That's the red lions up outside, so we're all set.

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Apart from the neeps.

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No, I think I'll leave the grub to the experts.

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Oh, yeah, don't overdo it. Not at your age.

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Oi.

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Linda would love tonight, wouldn't she?

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Yeah. She'll be back soon enough, don't you worry,

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ordering everyone around.

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Post for you both of you on the side.

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Not red 'uns, are they?

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Problems?

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Nah.

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It's Lee's fault, ain't it? He's got you in debt.

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Look, as long as we keep the show on the road,

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everything's going to be all right.

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-You sure?

-Yes. OK. So tatties, neeps...

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Thank you.

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How are you doing?

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You all right?

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I take it you've heard.

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I can't pretend that I wasn't surprised.

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-If you've come to talk me round...

-I haven't.

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Look, if Phil's the reason you're doing this, I would never tell him.

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He knows.

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What?

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Sharon overheard when we were talking in the lavs at the Vic.

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They've come up the hospital...

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They agree with the adoption.

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What, are you saying that Sharon pushed him into this?

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I don't think so.

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Look, Phil is...

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He's really vulnerable at the moment.

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-He would never give up his son.

-Well, he has.

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There's no going back now.

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Shirl, I can't think about Phil right now.

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Of course.

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Can you imagine what it'd have been like for me

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if Phil would have taken him?

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I do get it, Denise.

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Do you?

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When I was having Mick...

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..I thought about doing the same thing...

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..but my family waded in.

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I didn't have to make that call.

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I'm thinking about the baby, you know, as much as me.

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Takes a lot of guts.

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That means a lot, coming from you.

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-Well, there's plenty out there that will be judge and jury.

-Yeah.

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Anyway, thank you for coming round, Shirl, you know, it was...

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starting to feel pretty lonely around here.

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Good music, good grub. What's not to like?

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I dunno. All that diddly dee stuff does my head in.

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Go on, give it a try. It'll be a laugh.

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Oi, check with me before you pin stuff up there.

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You're not trying to put it up again, are you?

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Tina didn't think you'd mind now.

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Given how popular you are.

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Tina, you know I'm trying to build up the evening trade.

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It's completely different. We ain't a pub.

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Yeah, but we serve food.

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The coffee and cake is a big draw.

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Bit of healthy competition won't hurt. Unless you're...

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SHE SQUAWKS

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..chicken?

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Do me a favour.

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Your last la-di-da "Supper Club" was a total disaster.

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That was down to Johnny. I'm in charge now.

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And I've got very big plans.

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You sure Michelle is all right with you nicking her frog bag?

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She can't need it. She left it on the back of the kitchen door.

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I'll give it back to her when I see her.

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Tell you what, it is good to have her back properly though, ain't it?

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-Ian!

-Sorry, sorry.

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Do you want L plates on the back of that?

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Tell me about it.

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Here, you going to the funeral?

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I'm not sure.

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They're having the wake in the Vic. I might be needed over there.

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We've had our differences...

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Yeah. And some.

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Still, no-one deserves what she'll be going through.

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No.

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See you later.

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All right?

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All right.

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That is decaf, ain't it? Otherwise I'll be buzzing all night.

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Yeah. Some cake? We've got a new range.

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Ooh... Well, I can't say no to a bit of lemon drizzle.

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Have you been to see Denise yet?

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I've gone to text her that many times.

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Text her? She's just across the Square, she's in a right state.

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I just don't know what to say, Shirl.

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You don't have to say nothing. Just listen.

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I think back to my boys.

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I could never hand 'em over to some stranger.

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Denise has been a good friend to you.

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Yeah.

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Look, Carmel, you don't have to agree with your mates.

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You just need to be there for them.

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Sir Andy Murray, get hold of that.

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You don't think it's a bit OTT?

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No, my L said you can never have enough razzle dazzle.

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She would know.

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Whit, I really appreciate you grafting on your day off.

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Well, it's the least I can do after everything you've done for us.

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No, for Lee. He's the one that should be showing gratitude.

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He is trying.

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Yeah, so everyone keeps telling me.

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He's got himself a job interview after work.

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Really?

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PHONE RINGS

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Hello, darling! We was just talking about you.

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Yeah.

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What?

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No...

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Yeah, yeah, I'm gutted.

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Yeah, no, we'll be all right, we'll cope, L.

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We'll cope, we'll be fine. It's just, em...

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All right. Give him a big kiss from me, all right?

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I'll speak to you later. Bye.

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What's happened?

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Elaine's being moved to rehab.

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So Linda won't be coming home, not even for a couple of days.

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What does that mean? How long's she going to be away for?

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Ollie was sobbing his heart out,

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so she's going to call me later after lock up.

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Maybe it's a good thing in a way.

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There's nothing good about this.

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No, what I mean is, you don't want Linda worrying

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about bills and that, do you?

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If we all knuckle down and work really hard,

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it could all be sorted by the time she comes home.

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It's just, um...

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It's just really hard without her.

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Carm.

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I was beginning to think there must be a cross on the door.

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Sorry, I would've come sooner, but...

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I've been rushed off my feet.

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You're here now.

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I can't stop.

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I promised Shaki a burger.

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He'll be waiting.

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Right.

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Just came to...check how you were.

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Well...

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been better.

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Course.

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It's bound to take time...

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to adjust.

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I know what you're thinking, Carmel.

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Yeah?

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I should've confided in you more.

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No, not at all.

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It's your business.

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You're my best friend, I...

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No. Denise, it's...it's fine.

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You had a decision to make and you made it, so...

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..that's it.

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Sounds like you don't approve.

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No, no...

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Look, I really can't talk about this now.

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Shaki will be waiting.

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-We'll talk about it another time.

-Yeah, whatever.

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Yeah.

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You've gotta come next time, Bex. It's such a laugh.

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Yeah.

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SHE GIGGLES

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You idiot!

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Oh, my days. You know Travis?

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Travis. The fit one. He's in your art class, ain't he?

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Yeah. He's coming over. So I've gotta go. OK. Bye. Bye.

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Typical.

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VENDING MACHINE WHIRS

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Sorted.

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Cheers.

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Do you want some?

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No, you're all right.

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Hey!

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What do you think?

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For the Burns Supper at the Vic tonight.

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It looks great.

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Why don't we all go for a drink?

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Yeah, might do you some good to get out.

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What, and have everyone in the Vic pointing the finger?

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Oh, come on, nobody's going to do that.

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Carmel couldn't get out of here quick enough.

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My own mother and sister can't even face me.

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It's been a bit of a shock, but everyone will soon accept it.

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Yeah.

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Accept it?

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It was my decision.

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-It's got nothing to do with anyone else.

-True, true.

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I just meant that it's not an everyday thing, is it?

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We all need some time to get used to the idea.

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Look, I know that you've both done your best to help me

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and I appreciate that.

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But you tell me straight,

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do you, hand on heart, support what I've done?

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Of course.

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Yeah...

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But you were the one who said I was wasting my life having the baby.

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-When?

-No, no, no, what's done is done.

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There's no point in falling out over this.

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When you first found out I was pregnant.

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-I didn't mean...this.

-Libby...

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Libby, I think you should come with me.

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-Just give your mum some space.

-Yeah, that's a good idea.

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Oh, Babe, I'm really sorry, I'll be over in bit.

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Emin's been held up.

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As long as you are coming.

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With no Linda, Mick needs all hands on deck.

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Yeah, of course.

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Sorry about Kathy earlier.

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Oh, jealousy's a terrible thing.

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I'm so sorry. I'll get a cloth.

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-Don't worry about it.

-Such a clumsy clot.

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Let me at least clear it up, eh?

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No, it's fine.

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Anyway you've got to get back to the Vic, ain't you?

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If you're sure.

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Yeah.

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Listen, Babe, forget Kathy.

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I think it's brilliant what you're doing for Mick.

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I wouldn't drink the coffee, if I were you.

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He likes us.

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Yes. Yes, he does.

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Come here, Dave. My turn.

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Dave?

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That's what I call him.

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Yeah, Dave's good.

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We can't call him Ethel if he's a boy.

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Oh, no, I suppose not.

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But why on earth Dave?

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Glenda said Auntie Ronnie and Amy's mum

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had a hamster called Dave.

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Yeah. They did.

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Roxy named him after Ronnie's first boyfriend to wind her up.

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Can we call him Dave?

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Oh, please, Grandma Dot?

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-Please?

-Well...

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as you've asked so nicely...

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yes, you can call him Dave.

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You sure?

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Well, why not?

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Least I can do to make 'em happy.

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Poor little mites.

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Have you heard from Charlie?

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No, no.

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No, I won't now. I suppose he won't be at the funeral.

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Well, Jack says his sisters can't make it.

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What?

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Oh, well, just be you and me then.

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You've been a godsend to Jack.

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-Dad!

-Dad!

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I found a visitor outside.

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It's your Uncle Danny.

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What are you doing here?

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Got compassionate leave. Thought you might want some help.

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You all right, Donna. Welcome to Shupper Club.

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Oi, Whit, you didn't tell me The Crankies were in.

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Who?

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Can I tempt you with a traditional Burns Supper?

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Sheeps lungs and mash? I don't think so.

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-I like you your hair, Donna.

-Thanks. Fancied a change.

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Rusty Nail? I mixed it myself with the best Scotch in the house.

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Now you're talking.

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Here, Mick, what time you Addressing the Haggis?

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Do what?

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Well, it's not a proper Burns Night unless you Address the Haggis.

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If Linda was here there'd be pipers, Highland flingers, the lot.

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Yeah, well, technically, it ain't Burns Night

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till next Wednesday, is it, so...?

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That's it, Whit. This is a Scottish-themed night.

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We're having a little nod to the Burns thing.

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Ian can do the Address.

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He's got Scottish ancestry. Go on, look it up on your phone.

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Oh, well great. Thanks.

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I'm sure there's a wee dram in it for you, eh?

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Definitely. Of course there is. No. Sorted, yeah, yeah.

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Pint, please, Shirl.

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-You had a tough day?

-Oh, no worse than usual.

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Nan. Thank you for coming.

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What are you having?

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-G&T. Thanks.

-You get it.

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Well, maybe the dad weren't interested.

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She brought those girls up pretty much on her own.

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You'd think she'd know better at her age.

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I mean, she is nearly 50.

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If you're slagging my mum off, don't.

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We weren't, love.

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We were just genuinely concerned about how she's coping.

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Well, she could use a little empathy.

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Denise, she took me into her confidence,

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but I had no influence at all.

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I mean, you know how headstrong your daughter is.

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I've rung social services.

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I'd have to drag Denise through the courts to stop this.

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No, we should respect her decision.

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Even if she's making a mistake?

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I'm just so upset she's denied me the chance of a little grandson.

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You may not have a grandson, but you still have a daughter.

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And right now she needs you more than she would admit.

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She was always wilful, Denise.

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I do want to help her.

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I don't know how.

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We just need to support her through this.

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Oh, families are complicated, aren't they?

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I'm not getting any younger.

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Sometimes I feel like time's running out.

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So, what, you are going to see her, then?

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Yeah.

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I'll call by, yeah.

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Tina, I'm so sorry. Emin has been stuck on the Tube.

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-He should be here any minute though.

-It's fine, it's fine.

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What is it - coffee, love? I'll bring it over.

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Kathy, Kathy.

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What is it?

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I think Babe's done something to the coffee machine.

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But I've no idea what.

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Oh, that vindictive cow!

0:24:080:24:10

Yeah, look, I've checked it

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and I can't find anything wrong with the beans or the machine.

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Have you tried drinking it?

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Yeah...

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It tasted weird, I think.

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KATHY SIGHS

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What has she done?!

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Poor devil! see him owre his trash,

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As feckless as a wither'd rash,

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His spindle shank, a guid whip-lash,

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His nieve a nit;

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Thro' bloody flood or field to dash,

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O how unfit!

0:24:420:24:45

Do you need a hand?

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No, got it covered, ta.

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You must be cream crackered anyway.

0:24:500:24:53

Come on, then. Tell me how your interview went?

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Well, they didn't like me from the off,

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so I didn't stand a chance. Weren't really me anyway.

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Never is.

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I'll get something else.

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And I'll make sure it's better pay,

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and that way I can pay you back sooner.

0:25:050:25:07

Gie her a Haggis!

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Oh!

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Give it up for Mr McBeale!

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CHEERING

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What have you done?!

0:25:140:25:16

Nice to see loyalty's alive and kicking.

0:25:160:25:18

Hold up, what's going on?

0:25:180:25:20

-Nothing.

-You won't mind drinking this, then.

0:25:200:25:24

Babe's done something to the coffee.

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Drink it. Or I swear, I'll force this down you.

0:25:260:25:28

Hold on, Mum. What's she supposed to have done?

0:25:280:25:30

Just tell us what's in it, Babe.

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Tell 'em.

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Rat droppings.

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GROANING What?

0:25:380:25:39

Rat droppings?!

0:25:390:25:40

- In our coffee? - Tina's drunk some.

0:25:400:25:42

-I think I'm going to puke.

-Is this for real?

0:25:420:25:45

Have you totally gone off your trolley?

0:25:450:25:47

Kathy and our very own traitor here,

0:25:470:25:49

are deliberately trying to wreck our trade.

0:25:490:25:51

- I should be calling the police. - Too right.

0:25:510:25:53

No, no, there's no need for that.

0:25:530:25:55

It's some sort of mistake, all right?

0:25:550:25:57

You don't expect us to pay for this now, do you?

0:25:570:25:58

No, no. Er...

0:25:580:26:00

Scotch on the house, for everyone!

0:26:000:26:02

Can I have some water, please? And a bucket.

0:26:040:26:06

Chelsea sends her love.

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I suppose she's totally cool with all this.

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She ain't here. You are.

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Look, Libby...

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this whole thing, you know, it's been way harder than I expected.

0:26:220:26:27

Come here.

0:26:290:26:30

Darling, you know I didn't mean what I said.

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It's true.

0:26:400:26:41

I did think you'd be wasting your life with another kid.

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I shouldn't have said it.

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I'd already made up my mind before then.

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Why didn't you say?

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Maybe because I thought you'd try and talk me out of it.

0:26:520:26:57

I'd got used to the idea of a baby.

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Your little brother.

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I'm so sorry.

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Auntie Kim may never get it.

0:27:110:27:15

But Nan's coming around.

0:27:150:27:18

And I am not going anywhere.

0:27:180:27:19

That means the world to me.

0:27:220:27:25

You know that?

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Oi. Come here!

0:27:340:27:37

What is going on in that swede of yours?

0:27:370:27:40

I swear, Mick.

0:27:400:27:41

That Kathy's out to finish us.

0:27:410:27:43

What are you talking about? You're doing that all on your tod!

0:27:430:27:45

I only ever do my best for this family.

0:27:450:27:47

Oh, your best? Is that what you call it?

0:27:470:27:49

You seriously need help, Babe. Tina's in a right state.

0:27:490:27:51

I've had to pay 'em all back for their grub.

0:27:510:27:53

You know what a state we're in!

0:27:530:27:54

-You don't know what Kathy said.

-I don't care!

0:27:540:27:57

All right, Mick, just go upstairs, yeah?

0:27:570:27:59

We'll sort things out down here.

0:27:590:28:00

Yeah, you're tired, emotional.

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Missing your Linda.

0:28:030:28:04

I'm telling you now...

0:28:040:28:06

-Mick, don't!

-I'm telling you, one more thing,

0:28:060:28:08

just one more thing, and you will never set foot in this pub again.

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Do you understand me?!

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Tensions remain high for the Fox family following recent events.

Things go from bad to worse for Mick.


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