20/01/2017 Part Two EastEnders


20/01/2017 Part Two

The cracks start to show for the Mitchells and Brannings. A besotted Louise prepares for her date.


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Right, these are clean. Where do you want them?

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Oh, anywhere.

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Where is it Lauren's taken Ricky and Amy?

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Some city farm.

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Oh, they'll enjoy that.

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You've hardly touched your breakfast.

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I bet you've not slept.

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I could strangle Glenda.

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Yeah. Get in line.

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Look, Jack, there's no way she can take Matthew off you.

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Have you spoken to a solicitor?

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I've got an appointment tomorrow.

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Good.

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Squash her as hard as you can.

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-Hi.

-Morning.

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I was just saying he needs to fight for this.

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Oh, erm, how are you getting on with your mum?

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Oh, fine, apart from the fact that she keeps throwing herself

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at my husband.

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Oh.

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She wasn't talking to Dee the other day, and now they're all pally.

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You heard about Dee giving away her son?

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Yeah.

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How does that make you feel?

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As someone who was given up by her mum.

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Claudette was my mum. I don't think about my birth mother.

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But you must have wished that she'd kept you?

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Why? I had a great childhood with Vincent and my mum.

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I was much better off with a family that wanted me,

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rather than parents that didn't.

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-Are you pleased with yourself?

-Sorry?

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Jack's worried sick you're going to take Matthew from him.

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Which is nothing to do with you.

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Wasn't it enough ruining Ronnie's life without trying

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to ruin Matthew's?

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He's my grandson. I have the right to bring him up.

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You know, it's a good job you weren't at the wake.

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They'd have lynched you.

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What, for bringing up my dead daughter's child?

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Well, I'm sorry that doesn't meet with your approval, Sharon,

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but I'm doing what I think is best.

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You know, I felt sorry for you when Sal attacked you,

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but she was right.

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You're nothing but a selfish cow!

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Thanks.

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It's only breakfast.

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Yeah, but, you know...

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I'm really glad that you invited me.

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Yeah, well, you get to my age,

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you realise you can't hold grudges for long.

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Yeah? So how long till Kim gets to your age then?

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That'll hit the spot quicker than a latte.

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-Thanks, love.

-That's all right.

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Is she serving beer from coffee mugs?

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Dunno. Is she?

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I'm sure she is.

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That's illegal, isn't it?

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No. I'm sure Mick wouldn't chance his licence like that.

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Good spread though, isn't it?

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Mind you, anything's better than Kim's breakfasts.

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That girl's never learnt how to get the best from a sausage.

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-Enjoy it, did you?

-Oh, very nice.

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And how about the brew, eh?

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You'll not get that in a cafe.

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I'm surprised to get it here.

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How come you're allowed to serve beer so early?

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Between you and me, I've always thought rules are made to be broken.

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Not harming anyone, is it?

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I wasn't sure if you'd open the door to me.

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You're not having Matthew.

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I don't want to cause you any more pain, Jack...

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So you've changed your mind then?

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..but I am going to bring Matthew up. I'm happy to go to court

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-if it comes to it.

-Oh, it will do, believe me.

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Don't you think he's been through enough?

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What about what I'm going through?

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Jack, you'll still have Amy and Ricky.

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It'll be hard enough bringing them up.

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Listen, I don't care how hard it'll be.

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The kids are going to stay together.

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I'm the nearest thing to a father he's ever had,

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and if you don't drop this, I will not let you see Amy again.

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Threats? KNOCKING AT DOOR

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I'm trying to be reasonable. My lawyer says...

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Oh, you haven't got a lawyer.

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My lawyer says you haven't got a leg to stand on.

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What are you up to?

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You've changed your tune, ain't you?

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One minute you try and persuade me not to let my Charlie know

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who's his proper father, now you want to cart him off

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to somewhere he don't know, with you, who he hardly knows.

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I mean, Ronnie, she'd have rather he was with Jack than with you.

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Ronnie doesn't have a say in this any more.

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My daughters are dead.

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Oh.

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After a second chance, are you?

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Glenda, this ain't the way to go about it.

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Look, I'm going to go to the shops

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and get something for the kids' teas...

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I'm not a villain, Jack.

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Just don't let her back in.

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What and let her go to the courts?

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No, I gotta play this careful.

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See, I told you it was safe to come. You're yesterday's news.

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Yeah, the only person that hates me here is Babe, ain't it.

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Yeah, but if you hide yourself away, people will think you're ashamed.

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We'll come in again at lunchtime.

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I don't think I'm ready for a pub full of critical eyes just yet.

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Look, Nan's right. You shouldn't lock yourself away.

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You see! Listen to the girl with the degree!

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Well, I suppose a couple of drinks ain't going to do any harm, is it?

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Phone Kim, invite her.

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Go on. She might surprise you.

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PHONE RINGS

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Well, maybe she just...just couldn't speak right now.

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-Morning.

-Afternoon.

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Inset days, I ask you.

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If teachers need training, what's wrong with the weekends?

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Is that Amy's?

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Yeah. It's cute isn't it?

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Aw!

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So, you got any homework or are you planning on lounging around,

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texting Travis all day?

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I don't text him all the time.

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What time are you meeting him?

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12:30 at the Tube.

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We're going into town and spending the whole afternoon together.

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Yeah, well, you be careful.

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I'm sure he's a lovely boy,

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but sometimes those male hormones take over.

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We're going shopping.

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He's hardly going to jump me in the middle of Oxford Street.

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-More's the pity.

-Ah, Louise!

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You've no need to worry for my honour.

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I intend to stay a virgin for the foreseeable future.

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What was all that about?

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Just your daughter, the drama club queen. Do you want a tea?

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TEXT ALERT

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No, thanks...

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Who's that?

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Oh, that's nothing.

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See anything you fancy?

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Easy, I'm old enough to be your mother - just about.

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Oh, no! Ha! No, I meant the clothes.

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You're Carmel's son, aren't you?

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Yeah.

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Could you pass on a message for me?

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I've persuaded Denise to come and have a drink at lunchtime,

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and I think she'd like it if your mother was there.

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You should come, too.

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Yeah!

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Your mum's just popped out to the shop.

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Actually, it's you I came to see.

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I just wanted you to know I'm with you 100%.

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This crazy idea mum's got into her head...

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She can hardly look after herself, let alone Matthew.

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Yeah, well, you need to tell her that.

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I have, believe me, but she's determined to bring the kid up.

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Yeah, she's talking about courts and lawyers.

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I know, crazy,

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but, I know her better than anyone and I'm pretty certain

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I could get her to change her mind.

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Well, that would be great.

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Yeah, well, how much is that going to cost Jack?

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Well, I mean, a favour like that...

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No, go on, how much?

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..20 grand?

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Is that why you've come here?

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Well, cute kid like Matthew...

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You trying to make money out of me?

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Get him off!

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PUNCHES AND KICKS

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Get him off!

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CRIES OF PAIN

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PUNCHES AND KICKS CONTINUE

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I was with Denise when you ignored her call,

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saw the look of rejection on her face.

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Shame you'll never see the look of rejection on her son's face.

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Kimberly Harmony Angelica, you stop that right now.

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I know you don't agree with Denise giving the boy up, but...

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Do you agree with it?

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Well, it's not about me.

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So why are you getting involved?

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I'm not saying I agree with Denise,

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I'm saying, she's made a decision and we need to support her.

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Why do we have to support her?

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Because she's family and that's what family does.

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Vincent, tell her.

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Well?

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See...see, no-one's saying you don't have the right to be upset...

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..but we all know you're going to come round eventually,

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so why draw it out?

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You see?

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You listen to your hunk of a husband.

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This has always been your problem.

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You never admit to being in the wrong.

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Can you stop cleaning your shoes and take Pearl out, please?

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Kim...

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Yep, let's go.

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Leave the toy. Let's go, all right.

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-Now, this attitude...

-How dare you?!

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How dare you think you know me?

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You know nothing about me!

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You never have!

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And you've never known Denise, either!

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Aw, his smile in this one,

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it's just so cute.

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-Who's Delta Morris?

-Who?

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Travis just accepted her friend request.

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It's OK. She lives in Australia.

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So why is some Ozzie sending him a friend request?

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So, do you think he's going to ask you to be his girlfriend soon?

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I hope so.

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We were texting for hours last night.

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I can really open up to him,

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and I've told him stuff that I've never actually told anyone before.

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What like?

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Feelings.

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You know, about my gran dying and stuff.

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He's so supportive.

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There's three of them - Mick, Linda and Shirley Carter.

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Carter, yeah. Run them through the computer see if anything comes up.

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I'm in a cafe.

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Yeah, actually, I am.

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What can I say? I'm a growing lad.

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You're police, aren't you?

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I'm Kathy Beale, I'm the one who reported Babe.

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This ain't going to get the Carters in trouble, is it?

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It's got nothing to do with them.

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I can't discuss it.

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Well, I only called you because I wanted to scare Babe off.

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I'm not in the business of giving old women a scare.

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Breaking licensing laws is a criminal offence.

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People have gone to prison for it.

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Your bacon's not as good as theirs.

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You're Phil, ain't you?

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I can tell, cos you look half-dead.

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Aaron?

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You're quick off the mark. Can I have some grub?

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I thought you was older.

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Yeah. I'm older today than I was yesterday.

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That's the thing about life, Phil, it keeps on going till you die.

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Like my dad.

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Chips would be a start.

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Kath, I'll have some chips when you're ready, please.

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Yeah, I'm warning you, if you're some kind of pervert,

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my dad taught me how to punch and my dog taught me how to bite.

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...fish fingers and then I remembered how much Amy likes spaghetti.

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I've got some rubbish here for you to collect.

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Danny!

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You monster!

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Do you really think I was going to hand over 20 grand?

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This isn't Ron and Roxy you're dealing with here, Glenda.

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You picked the wrong man to try and fleece!

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-What are you talking about?

-Like you don't know.

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I told you, it was my idea.

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Danny, what have you done?

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He said he could talk you out of taking Matthew...

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..for a price.

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I did it for you. The money was for you...

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No!

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I didn't know anything about this.

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Just get out,

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the pair of you. Do you hear me?

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And you don't come back here, and you never see my kids ever again!

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No, you've got to believe me!

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I don't have to believe anything!

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And you take this to court - go on, I dare you.

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I'd love to see what the judge's view on extortion is!

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-Jack, please...

-Just get her out of here.

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Come on, Mum, leave it...

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How could you? How could you?!

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Get away from me! You make me sick!

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I don't want your money, Jack.

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I just want my grandson.

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Max, you believe me, don't you?

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Please, Jack?!

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Get him out of here.

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Get out.

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Go on, get out!

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You had two daughters who couldn't stomach you and that...

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that creature.

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Do you really think I'm going to hand Matthew over to you?

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Ah! Hi.

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-Hey.

-Not working today?

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No, going over in a bit. I'm just doing my, erm, fatherly duties.

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Hello, princess. Hee-hee!

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You got a little high five for Auntie Denise?

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Good girl!

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It's all right, you know. It's not like Kim's going to be watching.

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You know I've got to be team Kim.

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Even though you were against the idea of adopting my son?

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She's very upset.

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Yeah? Me, too.

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I know we've fallen out in the past, but...

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..it's never been like this.

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She means the world to me, but this is my life, you know?

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It's not hers.

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Anyway, we're having a couple of drinks over at the Vic later,

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it'd be really good if she could join us.

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OK.

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True friends support each other no matter what.

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What's that supposed to mean?

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I do support her.

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I told her so.

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Actions speak louder than words, Mum.

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That was a very cruel thing you said,

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but you were angry so I'm prepared to forget it.

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Why forget it?

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It's true. You don't know me.

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How old was I when you palmed me off onto Denise?

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Six? Seven?

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You make it sound like I abandoned you.

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You've always been a part of my life.

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Mum, I've visited you, like,

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a handful of times in the past 20 years.

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I mean, we don't have a relationship.

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So, you know how things have been with me, how I've struggled?

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Look, I'm not having a go at you.

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I'm just saying that Denise brought me up.

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Like she bought up Daphne.

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Remember Daphne? Your other daughter?

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Sorry.

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I shouldn't have said that. I'm sorry.

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But you can't walk out on your kid's lives

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and still think that you've got a say.

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We had no money.

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I had to go where the jobs were...

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You didn't go where the jobs were, you went where the fun was!

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I did my best.

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And do you know what? Your best wasn't good enough.

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You know who's a good mother? My sister.

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Denise is the best mother I've ever known.

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Until now.

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Cos if she can walk away from her baby,

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she's no better than you.

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I know I should never have left my girls,

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but I couldn't stand up to Archie.

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I was terrified of him.

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You could have gone to the police.

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You didn't have to run away.

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Life is complicated, Jack.

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I know what you think of me -

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same as what my girls thought of me.

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I've a lifetime full of regrets,

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but, I'm not the young, feckless woman I used to be.

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I'm stronger. I know what I want.

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I'm ready to give Matthew all the love I wasn't able to give his mum.

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You know, Ronnie always wanted to believe that you'd changed.

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You always let her down.

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I have changed.

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Oh, yeah. Since when?

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Cos, last year, when you came back,

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it didn't take much for Roxy to get you to leave again.

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Wasn't that the time you threatened to take Amy off Roxy?

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We could go round and round in circles, Jack.

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Neither of us are saints.

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-We're both selfish.

-I ain't selfish.

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I don't want to argue with you Jack.

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I'm trying to be reasonable.

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You can still see Matthew, be part of his life.

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Same as me seeing Amy.

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We can make this work, I know we can.

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The kids are staying together.

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With me.

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Now, Ronnie gave you plenty of second chances.

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and just like Roxy, you wasted them.

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Now, I want you to leave.

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TRAINS RUMBLING PAST

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So, where does your mum think you are?

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She took me off school.

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Grief.

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Must have hit you hard.

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Is that why you...you called me the other day, cos you was upset?

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You must miss him.

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I'm sorry, you know, I didn't make the funeral.

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You never told me how you knew my dad.

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We was just mates.

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You look way older than my dad did.

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How old are you, 70?

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Well, you seem to be doing all right for yourself.

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Your dad would be proud.

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I hope so.

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Anything you need?

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Yeah, trainers, game console, trip to Orlando.

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Got any spare cash, I'm happy to assist.

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Well, let's, er...let's start with trainers, shall we?

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You all right?

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Why shouldn't I be?

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I dunno. You just don't seem your usual self, that's all.

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I'm not so sure that coming here was a really good idea.

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Course it was. All my ideas are good.

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Now, this is what I like to see!

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Big strapping man behind a bar.

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Tell me, if I get drunk and misbehave,

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would you manhandle me out of here?

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No, darlin'.

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See her over there?

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She's the turfer-outer.

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Oh, shame.

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Anyway, I'll have a very large vodka, on the rocks,

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-and whatever my family want.

-OK, sweet as.

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Nice to see you getting out.

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I used to help girls who had babies they didn't want.

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You gotta do what's right for you.

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People put too much store on the rights of babies.

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Oh, Denise, don't go. Don't go.

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No, I've got to. I can't, Patrick.

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It's all right, I'm going.

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No...

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don't go.

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I've cleared a whole hour to be here with you.

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Yeah?

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You're my best friend, aren't you?

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She called me selfish?

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I've always put my kids before me, always.

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Jack, would it be the end of the world if she took Matthew?

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You what? I ain't hearing this.

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Ronnie would never want them kids separated.

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I'm not talking about what Ronnie wants. What about what you want?

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Yeah, I want Matthew with us.

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Jack, I don't know for why. You've got your hands full

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-looking after the other two.

-No, we're fine, thank you very much.

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Yeah, cos you got me here.

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You've got Sharon and Honey doing your housework, you've got Lauren

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baby-sitting, you've got Dot cooking you stew.

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Who are you going to have if you move?

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Look, Glenda's motives are good, yeah?

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Let's just find a way of tapping into them.

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He's half an hour late! What do I do?

0:22:420:22:44

-No, Bex, we definitely said 12:30.

-Been stood up?

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Get lost.

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Ooh, touched a nerve.

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You better go run off and cry on your gran's shoulder...

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Oh, she's dead.

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It's a pity she's not around to sing - hang on, what was it? -

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"You Are My Sunshine".

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Whatever that is.

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How do you know that?

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Well, cos I'm the one you've been texting!

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Here, lads, do you want to hear what she says about her Auntie Roxy?

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Cor, she sounds like a right goer!

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What a loser.

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Can I help you?

0:23:260:23:27

-Phil Mitchell?

-He's resting.

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Er, where do you think you're going?!

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Why are you giving my son money?

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I was just trying to help the lad.

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Why?

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Because of Tony.

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Oh, Phil.

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Your name was on the list of people I had to text he'd died.

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How did you know Tony?

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I got the liver that...

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that Tony wasn't well enough to have.

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I felt bad about Aaron losing his dad, so,

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it's just a few quid for trainers, that's all.

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If you try to contact my son again,

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I will call the police.

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DOOR SLAMS

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Babe, you sure you don't want one?

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I'm going to go to the Vic.

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Oh.

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Good.

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I wasn't expecting you to text.

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I've been thinking.

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I'm going to pull out of the house in Ongar.

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Yeah, I can't uproot the kids, not now.

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I'm going to give up the rental, keep this place.

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Stay here.

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I mean, the kids need to stay here,

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where people love them.

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-And that includes Matthew...

-Jack...

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Just let me finish.

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Look, I know you've lost just as much as I have.

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Maybe more, cos of Roxy.

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But you don't have to lose any more.

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Right, Amy? She's going to miss her mum, she's going to miss Ronnie.

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She's going to need her grandma.

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What are you saying?

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Move in.

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Help me bring them up, all of them.

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Are you sure? I mean, we don't exactly get on...

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No, but we will.

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Cos we want what's best for the kids.

0:25:520:25:54

Well...

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OK.

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Yeah.

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Good.

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I'll put the kettle on.

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I thought you'd like that.

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Yeah, man.

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-Kim.

-Oh, here she is!

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I hope you've come to apologise to me.

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I'm really glad that you came.

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I'm not stopping.

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I've just come round to say,

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I can't do this any more.

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Do what?

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Sit by and watch you do something that you will regret.

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Because you will regret it.

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Patrick, Libby, Carmel...

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They're all thinking it,

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but they're going along with it to make you happy.

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You see, you can pretend there's not a baby out there, lost and alone...

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He is being taken care of.

0:26:510:26:53

-Is he?

-Yes.

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And how do you know that?

0:26:550:26:56

You can all pretend that she's going to be fine

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and carry on like normal,

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but I can't.

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Maybe because I love her more than you do?

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Because I do, Dee.

0:27:090:27:11

Kim, please....

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I can't put myself through it.

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I can't watch you make a decision that will kill you...

0:27:180:27:21

..and then have to be there to pick up the pieces. No.

0:27:220:27:25

I'm going to have to walk away.

0:27:290:27:30

What do you mean?

0:27:330:27:35

You and me...

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we're over.

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You're dead to me.

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DOOR SHUTS

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The cracks start to show for the Mitchells and Brannings.

A besotted Louise prepares for her date.


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