09/02/2017 Part Two EastEnders


09/02/2017 Part Two

Jack grows paranoid at Glenda's intentions. Mick does his best to remain positive.


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RAIN POURS

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HE SIGHS

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Morning. How did she sleep?

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Restless, but she didn't wet the bed.

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Oh, better than nothing, poor love.

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-And you?

-HE SIGHS

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-I made you some tea.

-I'm just going to have a shower.

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Yeah, course. I'll get you a fresh towel.

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TRAIN RATTLES BY IN DISTANCE

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MUSIC PLAYS ON RADIO

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You looking at my bottle, you saucy little mare?

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WATER DRIPS

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You got a Thomas the Tank Engine lunch box

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to go with that, as well, have you?

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I thought My Little Pony was your thing?

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-It is.

-SHE LAUGHS

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Well, I thought, "I'm up. Might as well make myself useful."

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Something nice to look forward to, ain't it?

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Actually, I was going to give work a miss today.

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Dad might need my support. Babe's done a real number on him.

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What? It might be a good chance for me to step up,

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make up for, you know...

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I just don't see how you hanging about

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is going to make anything better.

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-Do you want tomato?

-Hanging about?

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Look, you know your dad. He's strong.

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-Do you want tomato in your sandwich?

-No, it makes it soggy.

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What's he said?

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You don't think he wants my help, do you?

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Lee, look, all I'm saying is that he's got money stresses, right?

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So, you losing another day's wages -

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it's not going to make anything better, is it?

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Anyway, go in. It'll be good for you.

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Get a day under your belt.

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-I like pickle.

-What?

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With my cheese. It don't matter.

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See you later, then. DOOR CLOSES

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What about if I go, take notes, report back?

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Take notes? Glenda, this is an inquest, all right?

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-It's not an evening class.

-What's an inquest?

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It's, erm...

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It's nothing, darling.

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It's something to do with Mummy, isn't it?

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If you won't tell me, I'll just ask Mrs Berry.

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Darling, you know that your mummy and auntie...

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Yeah, OK, thank you. I've got this.

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Darling, you know when you go to the doctor's when you're sick

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-and they tell you what the matter is?

-Mm.

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Well, there's doctors for that when you've died.

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-And they'll be at the inquest?

-Yeah, that's right.

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-Then I want to go.

-You can't, darling, all right?

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They don't let children in and you've got to go to school.

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If you can't go, then someone needs to.

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We already know what happened, darling, all right?

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-It was an accident.

-Doctors are important, aren't they?

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They wouldn't do something unless it was important.

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-Would you like me to go, darling?

-No.

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I'll go.

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No, thanks.

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I'll be having a takeaway, a bottle of wine and some batteries.

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-Here, so, Mick got arrested.

-Him, Babe and Shirley.

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-Carted off in the back of a van according to Ian.

-What for?!

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I don't know the details, but apparently Babe's gone AWOL.

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Yeah, it's cos she's under the patio.

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-Joke! Mick kicked her out.

-Why?

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-For having a heart of stone.

-Oh. Is that illegal now?

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-She was selling booze with the breakfast.

-Oh, is that all?

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Breaking licensing laws - that's a big deal, Stace.

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Yeah, Mick's been given a serious slap on the wrist

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and he's finally got rid of Babe.

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Poor thing didn't even know what was going on.

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-It's a right mess.

-Oh, hello!

-What are you up to?

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I'm just going to get rid of these two

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and then we're hitting the Square gardens, ain't we?

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We're tidying up the flowerbeds. Bit of community service.

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-Can't be easy for you.

-Well, that's the whole point.

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My physio's always bullying me to get out of my comfort zone.

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Probably be stuck at home sat watching the TV

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if it wasn't for him cracking the whip.

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Wish someone would whip me into shape.

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-Well, why don't you join us?

-Oh, I don't know.

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Oh, go on. Get outside. It's good for the head.

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Yeah, but I haven't...

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I'm not a...

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Oh, go on, then. Why not?

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SHE CHUCKLES

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Come on! What?

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-I might bunk.

-Bunk?

-Shush! Dad.

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Who are you kidding? You're not the type that bunks.

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The more you go over this, the longer it's going to last.

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-Give it a couple of days and no-one will even care.

-Shaki will.

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-He's still not talking to me.

-And that's a bad thing?

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I just hate him thinking that I would deliberately do this.

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You agreed. You're not telling him that I sent them.

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Look, Bex, it's time that you grew up and made a choice.

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Do you want mates and a life,

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or do you want to be a social outcast

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with a loser boyfriend who's going to dump you at any minute?

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-All right?

-It's Mads and Alex. Come on.

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Come on, Bex!

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What do you want the keys to my shed for?

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To get some tools - some proper ones -

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so I can sort out the Square gardens.

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I haven't actually got any tools, like, per se.

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You've got a rake, ain't you? And a shovel and some gloves?

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Yeah, yeah, you see, but they're, like, old

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and mouldy and broken.

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Right. What's in the shed?

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Nothing! What do you mean, "What's in the shed?"

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-Well, there must be something.

-No, don't be silly.

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-So, why won't you give me the keys, then?

-Fine!

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Yeah, no, have the keys.

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-Jump down the shed. Enjoy it.

-Thanks.

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All right. There you go.

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-Mwah. Enjoy school.

-See you later.

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Come on.

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I'll see you down the allotments in an hour.

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-All right?

-All right?

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Erm, how was Wakefield?

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Haven't really had a chance to speak to you,

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-you know, what with Babe and...

-Yeah, no, it was great. Yeah.

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-And you're...?

-Fine.

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-Good.

-Fine.

-Good. That's good, that's good, that's good.

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-Mick, I think we need to...

-Yeah.

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-Hi, Whitney!

-We were just having a little chat.

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I was just saying maybe we should have a little staff get-together.

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-You know, the sooner we get things back to normal, the better.

-Yeah.

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-I'm going to go and just quickly...

-Yeah, go. Yeah.

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-Max, what you doing here?

-Don't get cross.

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I called him because I thought you could do with the support,

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and I'm well aware I'm getting on your nerves.

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Yeah, I'm going to come with you.

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-HE SIGHS

-I can't work her out.

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-Well, what do you mean?

-Glenda.

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She's been laying it on thick. Doing my head in.

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-Don't know what her deal is.

-Why, what's she done?

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-HE SIGHS

-Probably nothing.

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I'm just tired and paranoid.

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The two ain't got to be related, have they?

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Right, we're off!

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Good luck.

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Yeah, see you later.

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Yeah, this is... This is Mick Carter.

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Erm, yeah, I called you yesterday. Yeah, about the roof.

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Yeah, do you think you'd be able to call me back on this number?

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Well, you didn't yesterday, so...

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Please, mate, on my life, either way,

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just ring me back and let me know. Thank you. Ta-ta.

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Right.

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We've had a bit of a red card, there's no two ways about that,

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but what we're going to do is

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we're not going to let it get us up here, OK?

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We're going to get organised, going to keep a tight formation.

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And I know we can come through this. I know we can.

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-What is he going he on about?

-Trace, whip that thing down, please.

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So, Babe's breakfasts - elbowed, OK?

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We've got a new little thing going on now, like a lunch deal.

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It's a pint and a sandwich for six and a half quid.

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Whit, I want you in charge of the bar.

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Trace, you're her lieutenant.

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I'm going to have a loose role, you know what I mean?

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Running back and forth between the kitchen and the bar.

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Abs, obviously, in charge of the kitchen.

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-Mother, you're, erm...

-Boss.

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-Oh, I was thinking more of a skivvy.

-No way!

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Come on, everyone. Live-o. That's it, come on. That's it.

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Let's have a go. Let's see what happens, eh?

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Let's see what happens.

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I'm winding you up, all right?

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She's in the kitchen cos of Babe, she's got the experience,

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but she gets a little bit flustered, doesn't she?

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-You'll keep things moving on.

-I'm nobody's skivvy.

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No, I know that. You're an independent woman.

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But now and again, if Abi asks you,

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you put a little bit of garnish on a plate if you fancy it.

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-Yeah? Yeah.

-PHONE RINGS

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Oh, please tell me that that's that geezer. Please.

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It's Linda. Do you want me to tell her to call you back?

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No, no, no. I'm never too busy for Her Grace.

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Hello, my little darling.

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MUSIC POUNDS FAINTLY

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Erm, I don't think giving a house evils

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is going to achieve much, D.

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Did you hear them last night?

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Cos, seriously, I've barely had any sleep.

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No, because I had my own little firestarter here, didn't I?

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-How are the tantrums?

-Terrifying!

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You know, I read the other day

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they actually use kids crying as a torture technique.

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Trust me, if I had any secrets,

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I'd be spilling them all over the shop.

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Aw! So, you didn't listen to your Auntie D, then?

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No, no, she did, she did. It was just...

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No, it's all right, it's all right. No offence taken.

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She takes after her mother, doesn't she? Stubborn.

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Well, I guess I'm reaping what I've sowed.

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How you doing after the crash?

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Yeah, yeah, fine.

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You want to go for a coffee or something?

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-Love to, but I've got to go call the council.

-Right.

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Someone's got to fight the mean streets of Walford, Kim.

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Soon, yeah?

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The mean streets of Walford?

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It's not Chicago.

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I knew it! He reckons he's up here weeding.

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He's up here listening to football and drinking beer!

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-SHE LAUGHS

-It ain't funny.

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Doesn't he think that I would like some me time?

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Here you are. Look at the state of his plot.

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-He might as well give it up.

-Well, you can't do that.

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-Why not?

-It's a family tradition.

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Let me tell you now, nothing edible has come out of this soil since...

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Probably when your dad was alive. No offence.

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-Right, come on, then.

-You don't really need me, do you?

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-Are you bailing on me?

-No, no.

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It's just I helped Martin out here a while back and I feel bad.

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I'm the one with time on my hands. Maybe I should keep it going?

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Well, go on, then. Show your brother how it's done.

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I wasn't going to come if it wasn't for Amy.

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You should have heard her this morning,

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talking like a little lawyer.

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She's bright, you know. A real chance of a good future.

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I just really don't want this to mess her life up.

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Well, you won't let it, will you?

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I've already let her down so badly, ain't I?

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-Jack, this ain't your fault.

-I don't know anything any more.

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Don't know what I'm doing or what I'm going to do.

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Yeah, well, you ain't got to. Not yet.

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There's one thing you should know - I'm not going anywhere.

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Gentlemen, we're ready for you now. Please.

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-25 quid for a leather bracelet.

-Where's all the punters?

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-Probably worried they'll get arrested.

-Yeah?

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Well, I wouldn't mind whacking a few bracelets on them.

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They knew all about it. They were well up for it.

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What's that?

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A cheese sandwich.

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That is a block of cheese in between two slices of bread.

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Yeah, a cheese sandwich.

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I told you to grate it first. Do it again.

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-I'll grate the next one.

-No, you'll do it again.

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-I'm not having food sent back to my kitchen.

-YOUR kitchen?

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Girls, do you reckon you can manage one more?

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-Ham on white. No salad.

-Yeah, I'll do it. You redo that one.

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Filling up out there?

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I'm working on it.

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Right, girls, I want you to get out there

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and shout about this meal deal. Six and a half quid a pop, yeah?

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-Yeah.

-Yeah?

-Mm-hm.

-Go.

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MOBILE PHONE RINGS

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Hello? Yeah, this is Mick.

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Yeah, I'm at the Queen Victoria in Albert Square.

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No, I've sprung a leak. Well, two leaks.

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Yeah. Today?

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Oh, that'd be brilliant, mate, honestly.

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What? What, that's on top of your hourly fee, is it?

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Yeah, well, don't worry about it. I'll find someone else. Thank you.

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For nothing!

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-Canteen?

-Nah, that's rank.

-Let's go to the vending machines.

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-You coming?

-I'll catch you up.

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-Organising another photo shoot?

-What? No.

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Jokes! Come on.

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-Remember what I said.

-Course.

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All right?

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Look, you know how sorry I am. Wait, just listen to me, Shaki.

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What do you want me to say, Bex? That it's all all right?

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Cos it's not, right? What you did - it was...

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I just didn't think you were like that.

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-I'm not!

-I thought you respected me.

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Yeah? Yeah, well, I guess that works both ways.

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Wait, wait, I do!

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-It's just complicated.

-Seems simple enough to me.

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You don't feel hot. Do you still feel sick?

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Can we go to the inquest?

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-No, Amy.

-Why not?

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Because your dad's right - it's not for children.

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Besides, it'll have started already.

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Why do you think it happened? Why do you think they died?

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-SHE SIGHS

-Shall we go out for lunch?

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All right.

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-OK, where should we go?

-McKlunkys!

-Oh, are you sure?

-Yes.

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The purpose of this inquest

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is to establish the identity of the deceased,

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the cause of death, how it happened, when and where it happened.

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I must make it clear it is not for this inquest

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to question why the death occurred.

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One second. Can you just bear with me?

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I am on it, honestly. Just one second.

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Mate, it's been raining all week.

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Yeah, we'll be under water by next week.

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Oh, ta-ta.

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Mick, sorry, there's a bloke down there,

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-he said he wants his money back.

-He's had his pint.

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-An hour ago.

-An hour ago.

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SHIRLEY: Course it's got butter in it. It's a sandwich.

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Well, I said mayonnaise.

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You can't do both or it'll get greasy.

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It's a pub sandwich. It's supposed to be greasy.

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I've got punters walking out. Talk to me.

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I can't work with her, Mick. She won't listen to me!

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Well, I would if you had something worth listening to.

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It's chips and sandwiches.

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Someone explain to me why you're messing it up!

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That's what I said.

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Anyone would think she had a Michelin star

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the way she's banging on.

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We have standards. That's why Mick put me in charge.

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Do you know what, Abs? My mother's right.

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Get over yourself, stop rabbiting, make the sandwich,

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before I seriously lose the plot!

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Yeah. Mick, Linda.

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Mick?

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Erm, sorry, Linda, no, he's just serving a customer.

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Yeah, yeah, yeah, I'll get him to give you a call back.

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Blood and urine taken at the postmortem

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were submitted for forensic toxicology testing.

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This included testing for common drugs of abuse,

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such as cannabis, heroin and amphetamines.

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I've had the opportunity to review the results,

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and cocaine was detected in Roxanne Mitchell's blood and urine.

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They were at levels not sufficient to cause death,

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but did indicate recent moderate abuse of cocaine.

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So, the cocaine can't be directly linked to her cardiac arrest?

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Persistent abuse of cocaine over a period of time

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can cause abnormalities of the heart,

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but there was no evidence of this at postmortem.

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The levels found would certainly have been sufficient

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to impair judgement.

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Also, the contribution of cold-water immersion

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is likely to have led to the circumstances

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that caused the cardiac arrest.

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Do you fancy a chicken burger?

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Or we can go somewhere else if you prefer?

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Do you think I look like my mum?

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You? You're her Mini-Me.

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Can we have food later?

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-There's something I want to do first.

-OK.

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We have heard from Mr Wright, the pathologist,

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that Roxanne Mitchell had cocaine in her body,

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but not at levels which would have proved fatal.

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Whilst I have no doubt that it contributed to her death,

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the prima facie cause of Roxanne Mitchell's death

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was the cardiac arrest which resulted in her drowning.

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The cause of Veronica Mitchell's death

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has been established as drowning.

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There is no evidence of a third party involvement

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in these deaths, therefore a ruling of misadventure

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is appropriate in these circumstances.

0:20:180:20:21

Misadventure? What does that mean exactly?

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All right?

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Mum's out, so I've got a free house. Want to come over?

0:20:350:20:38

Yeah, cool. Just wait for Bex.

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Didn't realise you were joined at the hip.

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-We're not.

-Great, cos it wasn't an invite for two.

0:20:430:20:47

-Hiya.

-Up to you.

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-Are you heading back to the Square?

-Sorry.

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Lou, Lou, I didn't say anything, I swear.

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It's not that. We're just going to Alex's house.

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Why don't you hang out with a mate from your year?

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But I thought you said people would get over it.

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Seriously, Bex, don't get para.

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I'll see you tomorrow.

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-Jack, it's all right. Just breathe.

-Misadventure?

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Is that what I'm going to tell Amy, am I?

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An adventure gone wrong?

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Well, it's not true, is it?

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Roxy went in that water knowing full well

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she'd put a shed load of that gear up her nose,

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and all the while, Ronnie had no idea.

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No idea at all what she was letting herself in for.

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It was no accident.

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And, yes, there is someone to blame - Roxy.

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Well, I'm glad to see that someone's cheered up.

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I can't wait to show everybody at school.

0:22:010:22:05

I love you, Granny.

0:22:050:22:07

I love you, too, darling.

0:22:080:22:09

-Shall we go eat?

-Yeah.

0:22:110:22:12

-Oh, there you are. How was it?

-Yeah, all right.

0:22:230:22:27

-Yeah? So, you went in?

-Yeah.

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-And you stayed all day?

-What is this, Whit?

0:22:300:22:34

Sorry.

0:22:340:22:35

I just got back myself. Bit of a manic day.

0:22:360:22:40

Your dad lost the plot, made Abi cry.

0:22:400:22:43

Oh, so, he isn't superhuman after all?

0:22:430:22:46

Well, I never said he was.

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I, erm...

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There was leftover cheese, so I put a bit of pickle in it.

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Thought you could take it with you tomorrow if you want.

0:22:570:23:01

-HE CHUCKLES

-Thanks.

0:23:010:23:04

So, we still on for tomorrow night, then?

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-What?

-Beanbag and his wife.

0:23:060:23:09

-Oh, yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah. I'll text him.

-OK.

0:23:090:23:11

-We're a team, yeah?

-Of course.

0:23:140:23:17

Mick?

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You've got a voicemail from Linda.

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Did you tell her about Babe?

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I told her last night, but she's nursing Elaine, you know.

0:23:370:23:41

She needs me to be strong, so...

0:23:410:23:43

It must be hard, her not being here.

0:23:440:23:46

We've been together so long, we're like...

0:23:480:23:51

We're like those trees. You know them trees, like,

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with their branches and roots mashed together,

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leaning on each other?

0:23:590:24:01

You know, without one...

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..the trees don't stand.

0:24:070:24:09

I don't know, it's like, without her, I'm like...

0:24:090:24:12

I don't know.

0:24:150:24:16

-Afternoon.

-All right, mate. Go through to the kitchen.

0:24:160:24:19

-I'll be there in a minute.

-Righto.

0:24:190:24:22

-Who's that?

-A roofer.

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I managed to find one that's only going to cost an arm.

0:24:250:24:28

Listen, you need someone to lean on,

0:24:290:24:34

try me. I've got broad shoulders. I can cope.

0:24:340:24:36

Thanks, Mum.

0:24:380:24:39

Whoa! What happened to you?

0:24:500:24:52

I've been digging on the allotment all day,

0:24:520:24:54

-making the soil good to do some planting.

-Nice one.

0:24:540:24:57

Yeah, but your cover's blown.

0:24:570:24:58

-No more sneaking off for a cheeky lager.

-Brilliant(!)

0:24:580:25:02

-All right, Bex?

-Good day?

0:25:020:25:05

-Boy trouble?

-Probably.

0:25:070:25:09

That, or Louise trouble. One of the two.

0:25:090:25:12

-Usually caused by the other.

-Takes me back.

0:25:120:25:15

Remember me and Sharon had a bust-up over a boy called Kelvin?

0:25:150:25:19

-Kelvin? Do I remember him?

-We thought he was sex on legs.

0:25:190:25:23

Haven't thought about him in years! I wonder what he's up to now.

0:25:230:25:26

-What's his surname?

-Carpenter.

-Carpenter.

0:25:260:25:29

Right, well, give me 30 seconds and I will tell you.

0:25:290:25:31

What are you doing? Martin, you're a grown man, not a teenager.

0:25:310:25:35

HE SNIGGERS What? What have you found?

0:25:350:25:37

No, no, you were right. You know, it's immature, ain't it?

0:25:370:25:40

-Well, let me see.

-No, you're not interested!

0:25:400:25:43

See? Look. Send him a message.

0:25:460:25:48

Yeah, good one. I'm not on social media.

0:25:480:25:50

All right. Well, come here.

0:25:500:25:52

Right. "Hi, Kelvin. Remember me?"

0:25:520:25:55

-Don't!

-"It's Michelle.

0:25:550:25:57

"Back in town for a while. Just thought I'd say hi.

0:25:570:26:01

-"My number is..."

-Martin, I swear...

0:26:010:26:02

-Ah!

-What? What, you haven't?

-Yeah.

0:26:020:26:07

Come on, it's only a little message. No harm done.

0:26:070:26:09

You idiot. You absolute idiot!

0:26:090:26:12

-Oh, you love it!

-SHE LAUGHS

0:26:120:26:15

Oh, there you are. I was starting to get worried.

0:26:180:26:22

Well, we went for a coffee after.

0:26:220:26:24

How was it? What did they say?

0:26:240:26:27

Death by misadventure. HE SIGHS

0:26:310:26:33

-Daddy!

-Hello, darling.

0:26:330:26:37

-I've got something to show you.

-Oh, yeah?

0:26:370:26:40

Look. What do you think? Do I look like Mummy?

0:26:400:26:43

-Who did this?

-Gran took me this afternoon.

0:26:440:26:49

I picked her up early from school

0:26:490:26:50

cos she told the teachers she had a tummy ache.

0:26:500:26:53

Then we got back here and she had this idea.

0:26:530:26:55

I didn't see the harm.

0:26:550:26:58

It's cheered us right up, hasn't it, Ames?

0:26:580:27:01

Darling, will you go upstairs for me, sweetheart?

0:27:010:27:04

Wait, you haven't told me - what did the coroner say?

0:27:040:27:07

He said...

0:27:070:27:09

-..it was an accident.

-Thanks for going.

0:27:110:27:15

I'm sorry, Jack, I probably should have asked first,

0:27:200:27:24

but she was so excited

0:27:240:27:26

and I wanted her to have a little treat.

0:27:260:27:28

Get out.

0:27:280:27:30

Jack, please, listen to what I'm saying.

0:27:300:27:32

I made the mistake of letting Roxy into our lives,

0:27:320:27:34

of giving her the benefit.

0:27:340:27:35

Do you think I'm going to make that same mistake twice?

0:27:350:27:38

I'm her grandmother. I just want to help.

0:27:380:27:40

-I want to be here for all of you.

-You're a liar!

0:27:400:27:42

You're a snake, all right?

0:27:420:27:45

Wheedling your way in here, just like Roxy did,

0:27:450:27:48

pulling at Ron's heart strings, and I let her!

0:27:480:27:51

I didn't put my foot down.

0:27:520:27:53

What are you talking about, Jack? I haven't done anything!

0:27:530:27:56

I don't want you anywhere near my kids. Do you hear me?

0:27:570:28:00

Get out.

0:28:020:28:04

Now! Go on!

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