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20/04/2017

Steven does his best to help Lauren, and Ben offers help to an unlikely friend.


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What's with the tape?

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-Well, the kitchen ain't safe, is it?

-We know that.

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Just keep the door shut.

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All right, I was only trying to help.

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-MOBILE RINGS

-Mick?

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-'How is she?'

-They haven't rung me back yet.

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'What they playing at?'

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She's upset.

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He's in a right state.

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Do you know when the first estimate's coming in?

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I was talking about Lady Di.

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She wouldn't have needed that basket if it wasn't for me and that stupid diet.

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You weren't to know that the ceiling was going to fall in.

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None of us were.

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-Any news?

-Still waiting for the vet to get back to her.

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It's been a couple of days now, right?

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I just don't know if she can get through this.

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-Hey, Johnny.

-You were there. You saw how much stuff came down on her.

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And I know I shouldn't be going on about it,

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after what's happened with Nancy and with...

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With Sylvie.

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That was massive. That was horrible.

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-And I know this ain't the same. I know...

-We've got to stay positive.

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Yeah?

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She's getting the best treatment.

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-Yeah, that vet is the dog's...

-I see what you did there.

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-Thanks.

-The vet's going to let us know today.

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That's a good sign then, yeah?

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So, Johnny, go and finish your dissertation.

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We don't want your uni work going down the pan and all.

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-Has anyone told Linda yet?

-No, and we're not going to either.

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-Lady Di is Linda's as well.

-Yeah, I know.

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And if all goes well, then I'll ring her and if it don't...

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Look, it's bad enough I've had Mick

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bending my earhole every two minutes.

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You might be her eyes and ears, but if you say anything,

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you won't have any!

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I'm not, I'm just the manager she sent.

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MOBILE RINGS

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Was that my phone?

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-I heard it ring.

-No, no. it was Louie's mobile.

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Oh.

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-Still heard nothing about that job?

-No.

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I've practically flattened my battery,

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I've been checking it so many times.

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I should have known it was too good to be true.

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It was in the right place. One change on the tube.

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It's flexible hours as well,

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so I could have been working from home whenever I wanted to.

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-MOBILE RINGS

-Is it them?

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Withheld number.

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Hello?

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No, I haven't had an accident in the last three years!

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Babe.

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Junk calls should be outlawed.

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-We must get up to ten a day sometimes.

-And spam as well.

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The amount of time I have to spend clearing my spam folder.

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My spam folder!

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I haven't checked there.

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I got an interview.

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Yes!

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This is the third message I've left you.

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Your useless engineer ain't turned up again.

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I've been without heating and hot water for two days now.

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Can you get someone here, pronto?

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-So, you should know something later?

-According to the vet.

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What I don't get is why they won't tell us now,

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whether she's going to be OK or if she ain't.

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Tina's going off her head.

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So is Johnny and Whit. You know what they're like.

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They're soppy so-and-sos.

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All this on top of everything else you've had to face this week.

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And Woody. What a waste of space that is.

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I was thinking more about Sylvie.

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And that.

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There you go. On the house.

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Don't feel sorry for me. I don't even like the mutt.

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Welcome home, Shirl.

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I'll have one of those, please, Kathy. To take away.

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Thanks.

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-Oh? Problem?

-Ten out of ten, Sherlock! What gave it away?

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The fact I'm not actually moving anywhere?!

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It's not the battery.

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Well, before you jump down my throat, I wouldn't dream of it.

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-What?

-Helping you out. Well, it's like you said. You were right.

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This ain't the Middle Ages.

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I mean, you don't need a... What did you call me?

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-Ah, a throwback.

-Am oily rag throwback.

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-That was it.

-OK, Ben. Point made.

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Stop winding me up and help me out, will you?

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Right, I think it could be the electrics.

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I'm not interested in what it "could" be. Can you fix it?

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Yeah, I'll get some tools from the Arches. Oh, if we've got any left!

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You've still got those spanners of ours, haven't you?

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And that screwdriver for your boiler?

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Yeah, well, I might have to keep hold of them for a while yet.

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-Ain't that fixed yet?

-No.

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That mean you've been without hot water for all this time?

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So don't get too close.

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-Yeah, it was in my spam the whole time.

-'When is it?'

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Tomorrow, yeah. Yes, Whitney, I will call you straight after, yeah?

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I'll tell you all about it. See you.

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-So that's that sorted, then?

-What sorted?

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What we're going to do for the rest of the day.

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Babe, I've really got to prepare for tomorrow.

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Yeah, tomorrow's what I'm talking about.

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-We are going to get you a new outfit.

-You don't need to do that.

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Yeah, I do. Look, this is simple, babe. Right?

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If you look good, you feel good.

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And if you feel good, you do good.

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BABY YELLS

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-Well what about Louie?

-We'll take him with us.

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Look, this is on me, OK? It's my idea, so it's my treat.

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That is so sweet of you.

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Come on.

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Steven?

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You know what you were saying,

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about babies and kids...

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I didn't mean for it to sound funny.

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It would be lovely for Louie to have a little brother or sister.

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But with everything that I've got going on right now...

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Including this interview.

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-Well, yeah.

-Which you are going to rock.

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Trust me.

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See you soon.

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-Hey, have you got a password for the account?

-The account?

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Yeah, the brewery account. I need to sort out the next delivery.

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Oh, you'd better ask Shirley. I don't normally deal with that.

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Look, um, Lady Di...

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She's been... She's like one of the family.

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So, if anything happened to her...

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The straw that broke the camel's back, eh?

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-Well, she ain't croaked it yet.

-No, I didn't mean it like that. I was...

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So why did you say it, then?

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Your mum told me what you did.

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About how you asked her not to talk

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to Mrs Lund about me.

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You didn't need to do that.

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I didn't deserve it.

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Your mum said it.

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Sharon said it.

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And I'm saying it too.

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I'm sorry, Bex.

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I really am, OK?

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For everything.

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Mick, for the 50th time, I told you.

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I will call you as soon as I know. OK?

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-Shouldn't you be at work?

-Yeah, I need the password.

-What?

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-For the brewery account.

-What for?

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Well, they won't let me in for this week's order without it.

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Yeah, well, I'll be back in a bit.

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-I thought maybe I could do it. Help take the strain.

-What?

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By poking your nose into things that don't concern you?

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Well, I am meant to be managing the bar.

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Well, if you don't like it, you know where the door is.

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-No, I'm not a quitter.

-Is that why they call you Woody?

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Because that's what you've got between your ear holes?

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Abi, ask your boss to pull his finger out.

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Today's my day off, but last I heard they were still doing tests.

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But they've been doing tests on her since she's been in there.

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-How many more have they got to do?

-Well, they do have to send off for the results.

-Take your time.

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They probably have got other animals to sort out, Shirl.

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-Yeah, just one or two(!)

-It's probably just doing everyone's head in waiting like this.

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Yeah, and it's doing my head in that muppets like you are hanging about.

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Do you know what? I'll see you back at the Vic, all right?

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You do pick up on bad vibes when things are wrong.

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And we have been flat out and the vets don't really talk to the

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receptionist, but I haven't picked up any bad vibes about Lady Di.

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I really haven't.

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MOBILE RINGS

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We'll find out, shall we?

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This is your man.

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Nah, this thing's shot.

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Yeah, should be, along with my landlord!

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I must have lost half a day's takings,

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waiting in for his non-existent engineer.

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Never mind an engineer. Should call a priest!

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Give this the last rites!

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He's... He's furnished the place OK, though.

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-No, he ain't.

-Look at that TV.

-That's mine.

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He did the place up fine when I first moved in.

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Hasn't lifted a finger since and if anything goes wrong,

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he just don't want to know. Even had the brass neck to stick me for a rent increase

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a couple of months back. He should be paying me to live in this pigsty!

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Even upstairs moved out cos they were sick of him and all!

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You should look for somewhere else.

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Yeah, well, there's a couple of bins outside the Vic.

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Maybe I should put my name down for one of them.

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I reckon you could do better than that.

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Ta.

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Anything? I saw Kathy. She said you should hear something today.

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-Er, no, nothing yet.

-Bad news for Craig Revel Horwood.

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I've been giving him so many cuddles these past couple of days,

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-he's started bolting every time he sees me.

-Aw!

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-Carmel's cat.

-Oh, yeah. Nice name.

-Most people think it's weird.

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No, I meant Carmel.

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Oh. Charmer.

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-Mick must be going nuts.

-He ain't the only one.

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-I can't concentrate.

-He's hardly been off the phone since it happened.

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He never even wanted a dog. It was our idea.

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Mine and Nancy's, to keep mum company while Lee was away.

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Next thing we knew, she was following him about everywhere.

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You hear that, don't you? Once a pet latches on to someone, that's it.

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Yeah, well, it ain't just Lady Di. You know what Mick's like.

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If he goes it without her, it's like he ain't dressed.

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They say that too. You can't imagine life with a pet.

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Then you get one and you can't imagine life without it.

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She has lasted this long, though.

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I mean, you'd think if something bad was going to happen...

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The vet's just rang.

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There's loads of space. Just take a look round.

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I ain't moving from this radiator. Not for the next hour, at least.

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That's not a problem you'd have if you lived here,

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what with two mechanics on tap to sort out your chair if it

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packed up again, or any other little problem.

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Having no heating and no hot water ain't no little problem, believe me.

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It'd be sorted. Straightaway.

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OK, fair enough, Donna.

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So, your telly wouldn't fit in your room,

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but it'd fit perfectly over there.

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Yeah, especially now yours has been nicked.

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And the rent would be a lot cheaper than you're paying now.

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There's a downstairs khazi.

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And you've got two awesome gents to come home to every night.

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So, are you and Jay moving out, then?

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Well, if it don't suit, just say so. Me and Jay can find someone else.

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You can go back to your flat.

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DOOR SLAMS SHUT

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What do you say?

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About what?

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You might just be looking at our new tenant.

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Hi.

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He wants us to go and see him, but no ill effects due to the accident.

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The cage saved her. She can come home today.

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Oh! I've been going out of my mind!

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-Never.

-I know I've hidden it well.

-Does Mick know?

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Ne nearly deafened me when I rang him. I'm surprised you didn't hear him from Bulgaria.

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-I'm going to go and get her basket.

-I'll get some toys.

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-I'll stick some grub in and all.

-Hang on.

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Who's going to look after this place?

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At last.

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-We have a use for the missing link.

-Yeah, I'm really happy for you.

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-I'm quite happy for myself.

-Let's throw a party.

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You and Lady Di are both back where you belong.

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-And I know the perfect music we can have as well.

-Oh, don't tell me.

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-Tie A Yellow Ribbon?

-Who Let The Dogs Out!

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LAUGHTER

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Oh, Johnny! You are funny!

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-In here.

-What?

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Right. What is your problem?

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Well, hang on a minute. I'm trying to sort our problem.

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-Donna?

-Yeah.

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-Have you gone raving mad?

-What's your agg with Donna?

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-I haven't got no agg with Donna.

-It don't sound like it.

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Well, not as a mate, or to have a drink with at the Vic,

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-but certainly not to live here.

-Why not?

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Because... Well, because she's ancient, for starters.

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-So was Michelle.

-Well, Michelle's different.

-How?

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I can just see Donna if we have a party.

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Wheeling in, in her dressing gown,

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telling everyone to keep the noise down.

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Wall-to-wall totty. That's what I thought we were going to have here.

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Supermodels in every room.

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I wouldn't have even minded a bloke for you.

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Yeah, well, supermodels are a bit thin on the ground in this

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-manor, in case you ain't noticed.

-Well, even so, there is

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no reason for us to have to settle for the likes of Donna.

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Settle?!

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-The likes of?!

-Nice one, Jay.

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For your information, this ain't exactly my dream gaff neither.

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-OK, let's all just calm down.

-Shacking up with some stupid kids!

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-Oi! I ain't a kid!

-And a murderer!

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-OK, let's just keep this simple.

-Not the only thing around here.

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All right, your flat's like a fridge, yeah?

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Your landlord's rubbish. This place is sweet and the landlords...

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Well, as good as, they're on tap.

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Now, we need a tenant.

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Who's got a 48 inch TV.

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So this solves both of our problems. Right?

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-Right, let's get going.

-We can't.

-Why not?

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-Cos Woody ain't here.

-Where is he?

-Hang on.

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-You've been telling him to get lost ever since he got here and now he has...

-Well, you can stay, then.

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Tracey can't run the bar on her own and Sharon's not in till later on.

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-Yeah, so why me?

-Because there's no-one else.

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You don't even like Lady Di. You keep telling us enough times.

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Big softie.

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-Where have you been?

-We've all got to go down the vet's.

-What's that?

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I just picked it up from the market. It's a welcome home present from me.

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That's almost nice.

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Right, let's go.

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TOY SQUEAKS That's going to drive me mad!

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TOY SQUEAKS

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Um, Teen was right. That was nice.

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Almost.

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KNOCKS ON DOOR

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Oh...!

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-What now?

-I don't get this!

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A couple of days ago, you were looking out for

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me at telling your mum to keep me out of trouble,

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and no, Bex, I don't expect to say sorry and everything's right, but...

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What is it going to take for you to get this?

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You should have realised what they were like, Louise.

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And you should never have let them use you like that.

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If you would have stood up for me when I asked you to,

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if you'd have told Mrs Lund what has been going on,

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then this would have been over weeks ago.

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So why stick up for me with your mum like that?

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Because you're not as bad as them.

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But I still don't want anything to do with you.

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-I'm just trying to apologise here, OK?

-As far as I'm concerned...

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..me and you are finished.

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All right, so there's me and Abi, right? And then...

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Babe, hang on.

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Oh, what now?

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Steven, honestly, you've done enough for me.

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You didn't let me pick your outfit, did you?

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You still paid for it.

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Yeah, so let me pick you some flowers.

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TEXT ALERT

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Oh, you're blushing.

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Must be working already.

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Hi.

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Saw Bex on the square.

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I saw her just now, back in her house.

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And?

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It's all right, there's no secrets here.

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Well, I did what you said. No, I did what I wanted to do too.

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-You apologised?

-I might as well not have bothered.

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Threw it back in your face, did she?

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You don't sound too surprised.

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Well, I'd be amazed if she hadn't.

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So, what was the idea, then? Really rub my nose in it?

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MOBILE RINGS Hi, Phil.

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Everything's fine.

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I'm going over to the Vic to do some work.

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Our record was a few months.

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Me and Sharon.

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That's how long we went without talking to each other once.

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I thought you and her were friends for life.

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Doesn't mean we've been friends all our lives.

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No, well, I suppose you sleeping with her dad might have caused

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a few problems.

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Yeah. Did cast the odd shadow.

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So, Bex will come round? Is that what you're saying?

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You made the first move. That'll mean something.

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And Sharon's right. Don't give up on her.

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Then maybe, she won't give up on you.

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TOY SQUEAKS

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TOY SQUEAKS

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TOY SQUEAKS

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-Will you stop that?!

-Lady Di's going to love it.

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It's almost as annoying as he is.

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Oh, here he is, the miracle worker.

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-How is she?

-I did say I needed a word.

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Aw!

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What's all this?

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I just thought we could have a nice relaxing evening together.

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Have some good food, get in the right frame of mind for your interview tomorrow...

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-Steven...

-..which you are going to smash, OK? I just know it.

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I don't know what to say.

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There's nothing to say.

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-But...

-What?

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You know, Louie's fast asleep.

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Dinner's going to be another 30 minutes, or so.

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-So if I'm wondering how to thank you, you mean?

-Well...

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I really should be cramming for my interview, babe.

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Yeah.

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But...

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Well, after all this, and everything today,

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how can I say no?

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Go upstairs. I'll meet you in a minute.

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Go on.

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We've been running a few tests while Lady Di's been with us.

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-Yeah, you said they came back clear.

-I didn't quite say that.

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Yes, you did.

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She's recovered very well from the injuries relating to the accident.

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But...?

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Lady Di has a form of pneumonia,

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little helped by the problem in her throat.

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And she needs treating.

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Urgently. In a specialist unit.

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That's why I wanted you to come in, to explain this face to face.

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But you said that we could take her home.

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Yeah, we've got all her stuff with us.

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Lady Di is stabilised well enough to go home for now,

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but to get this treated, I will need to refer her. OK. So do it.

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If you know what the problem is, just fix it.

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I'm afraid it's not quite that simple either.

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I'm sorry, I don't know what's not simple about it.

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-It's a rather expensive course of treatment.

-Yeah, but she's insured.

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-You know that.

-Not for this.

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-What?!

-Why not?

-Your policy excludes any pre-existing conditions.

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This ain't pre-existing.

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-She's never thrown up like this before.

-I'm afraid it is, Mr Carter.

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This is a condition Lady Di's had for a long time.

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The reason she's vomiting now is because it's getting worse.

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A lot worse.

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-So, you're saying that we have to pay for this, yeah?

-Yes.

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How much is it?

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In the region of £6-8,000, but it is vital, I'm afraid.

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If she gets this treatment, it's likely she'll make

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a full recovery and the pneumonia won't get any worse.

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We haven't got that kind of money.

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If she doesn't have the treatment...?

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