12/05/2017 EastEnders


12/05/2017

Whitney receives support from an unexpected friend. Sharon reaches out to Denise.


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I got your message.

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What's happened?

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Yeah, I've got a meeting with Jimmie.

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Who's Jimmie?

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Jimmie Broome. He's the brief from Ritchie's firm.

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-Oh, yeah, yeah.

-Yeah, I don't know who Charlie's got,

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but it ain't going to be any better than him.

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I'm ain't letting him do it, Max.

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I ain't letting him break up my family.

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So what do you want me to do?

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The Vic's got that birthday bash. You wouldn't take the kids there for me, would you?

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I don't know how long this meeting will take, and I don't want them hearing all this.

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-Yeah. Course. It's all right.

-Yeah, and keep an eye on Matthew for me, yeah?

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-Listen, he ain't going to do anything stupid.

-He already has!

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-I knew him turning up would be bad news.

-He's not going to snatch him, is he?

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I don't know, all right? That's the point.

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I don't want to take any chances.

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DOORBELL

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MAX SIGHS

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-Well, is that him?

-Well, if it is, he's early,

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and I've got to pick the kids up in ten minutes.

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Whit, is everything OK?

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Yeah. The, erm...the vets, they said that, erm, it's good news.

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Lady Di, she's OK to come home later, so...

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Oh. I weren't talking about Lady Di...

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And all the party preps are nearly done.

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Mick's going to be gutted to miss this, isn't he?

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Have you spoke to him?

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I weren't talking about Mick, either.

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Johnny told me about Lee.

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Yeah, well, I'm not thinking about Lee.

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You aren't letting yourself.

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Please, Tee.

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Today's about Ollie.

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Er, no, it ain't.

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Ollie ain't coming.

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I hardly slept a wink night.

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Yeah, I didn't get much in the way of kip myself.

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I'm so sorry, Jack.

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You've got nothing to be sorry about.

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If it was left to that grandson of yours, the first I would have

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heard about this is when the brief's letter dropped on my mat.

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I can't do it, Dot. I can't lose him. All right?

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I can't put the kids through all that again, not after Ronnie.

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Thank you.

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What for? I ain't done nothing.

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Just being here. Means a lot.

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Perhaps you and Charlie could get together, you know,

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work something out between you?

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Solicitor's on his way.

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Oh.

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Yeah, and he's told me not to talk to anyone about it,

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not until I've spoken to him.

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Particularly Charlie.

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Look at you! Talk about belle of the ball.

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Well, you've got to make an effort, don't you, y'know?

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I even got this one to scrub up as well.

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So, is Denise not joining you? Only I've hardly seen her lately.

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Oh! Not surprised.

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Not when you've got a lunatic market inspector gunning for her.

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Hey, you can't blame Carmel for being a bit upset.

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Look, Kush and Dee have nothing to do with her.

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It's her son.

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So?

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So she's just looking out for him,

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just like you're doing your sister.

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-It's different.

-I thought she'd be out here manning the barricades with the community centre closing down.

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Oh, well, no need, because I will be chairing the next meeting.

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Since when?

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Well, Pearl needs somewhere to go when I get my nails done, innit?

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So everything's OK with Denise, is it?

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Apart from the fact that she's never going to bag

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a hunk like Kush any time soon.

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But, you know, like she says, it's her life.

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It's her business. It's her mistake.

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Come on, ready. All right. One, two, three.

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Yay!

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That's my girl.

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-What's the matter with you lot?

-Elaine's carer's called in sick.

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-What?

-Yeah. About half an hour ago. Linda just called.

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And what's that mean?

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It means she can't leave her mum, which means she can't come to the party.

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What about Ollie?

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Well, he can't exactly walk here, can he?

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-Yeah, and this one's got a temperature.

-I'm fine, I'll be all right.

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And have you seen the forecast?

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What are we going to do, cancel it?

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It's not going to be much of a party without the birthday boy, is it?

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No. You can go pick him up.

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I can't do it, I've got to go pick Lady Di up, he's in no fit state,

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and Tina's got to prep for the party.

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It's an hour there, an hour back, tops.

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So he'll be here for most of it.

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-I'll give you a hand.

-Aren't you the one with the personal licence?

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-So you keep telling us.

-Well, if anyone asks...

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Yeah, yeah, yeah. You're in the bog.

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Why are you here? There's loads of kids out there already.

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I've just got to take Louie's temperature.

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He's definitely not himself, Dad.

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How long's that been there?

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He's probably all right now.

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Let's have a look.

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Oh, it's perfectly normal.

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No, he's all right, he's not too hot at all.

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I know - it's just with all this chicken pox going around.

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He hasn't got one spot.

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Not yet, Dad! Don't mean he ain't going in for it, does it?

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Maybe I should just call Lauren back.

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Oh, yeah, that's going to go down well, isn't it?

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You drag her out of some important business meeting for what?

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No reason at all.

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Just get him out there. Let him have some fun.

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-I can manage on my own.

-Yeah, I know.

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Why does everyone keep treating me like a kid?

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Look, I was thinking - what about if we call Linda and ask her to meet us at the station?

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It'll save us at least half an hour.

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OK, this is how the court's going to look at this chancer.

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He is the natural father.

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Hm. Some father.

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And he did take care of Matthew for the first nine months of his life.

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It's not exactly very hard, is it?

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You feed 'em, change 'em, that's about it.

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He ain't loaded, but from what you say, it don't sound like he's got no money worries neither, and yeah,

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he had a suspended, but that's spent now so we can't use that,

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and he has a partner who reckons she's more than happy to help with

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the parenting so it don't sound like there's any childcare issues.

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-Whose side you on?

-Yours.

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Well, it don't sound like it.

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We can't afford to ignore his.

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The court's not going to so we have to be prepared.

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Oh, right, so let's just forget about it, then, shall we?

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Let's not throw in the towel just yet, shall we?

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Now, on the other hand,

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you were married to Matthew's mum at the time of her death.

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Matthew was a part of your family at the time and he's remained

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a part of your family ever since.

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And he always will.

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His blood family...

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His, er, great-grandma...?

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Dot. Dot Branning.

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She lives on the manor.

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Yeah, next door.

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You've got your own business and no-one's going to find nothing to worry about on your record, neither.

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So you're saying we've both got a case?

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Yeah, but you've got two big things in your corner.

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Number one, this Charlie's already walked out on his son once.

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Who's to say he won't do the same thing again?

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And two, Matthew's already here, with you.

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The court actually has to take him away and there usually

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has to be a very good reason for them to do that.

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So what do we do now?

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Well, we tell social services what's happening,

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and apart from that, we let the law take its course.

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I'm confident, Jack.

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We can win this one.

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KIDS SHOUTING

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'Ladies and gentlemen, we're being held at a red light.

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'We should be on our way very soon.'

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Whit.

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Can I ask you a question?

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Is it right what Johnny said about you wanting to keep busy right now?

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Were you listening in?

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Yeah. Yeah.

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I mean, you must have really fallen for him.

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I married him, didn't I?

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You seen most married couples out there?

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Says Mr Love-'Em and Leave-'Em.

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Yeah.

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It just seemed perfect...

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..and yeah, I loved him,

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and I loved his family...

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..and I know they can be a bit...

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Yeah. Yeah, they can, yeah.

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But they were all lovely to me. All of them.

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That was the worst thing,

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when Lee walked out,

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I thought, I'm going to lose all of them, y'know?

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Hm. Yeah.

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The worst thing?

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Well, you know what I mean.

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Just another thing to think about, ain't it?

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I don't know why I'm telling you this.

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You ain't exactly the type to put down roots, are you?

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How do you know?

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Because you're 35.

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I'm 34, thank you very much.

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Well, you haven't so far.

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Unless we've got you all wrong.

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You ain't running - you were searching.

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Deep.

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Lee had problems.

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He had a lot of problems.

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It's weird, cos...

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..I still think maybe I could have done something more, you know?

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Could have helped him.

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What, you mean you didn't try?

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Oh, course I did.

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Time and time again, I bet.

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Now who've you been listening to?

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No-one, but I can see.

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I can see what you're like.

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Is that a compliment?

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No chance.

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-We've been through all this.

-I know.

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And I've spoken to Lou till I'm blue in the face. She doesn't want to know.

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I don't want you to talk to Lou. I want you to talk to Dennis.

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-Dennis?

-Yeah, I've been going back over and over it.

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He was there that night, so maybe he saw something.

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Like what?

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Well, I don't know. But I can't ask him, can I?

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I'd probably get shot if I even tried.

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But you can.

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Oh, Bex, just try for me. Please?

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Oh, Michelle, I think you'll find the Gazette is a better bet.

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Couldn't be much worse.

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Yeah, some of those notices have been up there for months.

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I'm not surprised.

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Best on offer up here is temporary sales assistant in some grotty little corner shop.

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Honey...

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SHE SIGHS

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Well, it's only right.

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It's thanks to people like you

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that Denny raised the largest amount in his class.

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Least he could do is write you a thank-you note.

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Well, you say congratulations from me.

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Well, you can say it yourself, can't you?

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He'll be hanging round the party later.

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Party?

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Yeah, Ollie's party.

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They're practically taking over the Square - haven't you seen it?

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Well, I haven't been out much today, you know?

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A lot on my plate right now.

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Not with the community centre?

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What?

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Well, Kim told me she was taking over all that.

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Well, like I said, I've got a lot on. Studying and that.

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Look, Denise, tell me if this is none of my business, but...

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Oh, don't bother. It isn't, but I'm asking anyway.

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Asking what?

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Well, nobody's hardly seen you out the last few days.

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Keep this up - you'll be turning into a hermit.

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I don't really think so.

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Well, we haven't really talked since the baby...

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What's that got to do with anything?

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That's what I'm wondering.

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What does that mean?

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What you told Phil - what you did that day, Denise,

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it was so brave, and I know you thought it all through, but...

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But?

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But it's bound to have an effect, isn't it?

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Giving away your child?

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Look, I'm not criticising, I'm really not, it's just...

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Well, I was there and I was part of all of that, you know?

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And you've been watching me ever since

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and you've been thinking, "When is she going to crack?"

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Well, are you?

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Sharon, believe me, this is nothing to do with any of that.

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This is something else?

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Like you said.

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And no offence, but, it's not really any of your business.

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Look, all of us need help from time to time, bit of support.

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Sharon...

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Thanks.

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What are you going on about all this for?

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You saw Travis that night, yeah?

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I wasn't even supposed to be there.

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But you were. So?

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OK, I saw him, yeah.

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And I saw him go in the kitchen.

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He was getting Lou a drink.

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But you didn't actually see him fill the drink?

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-No.

-So you saw him with it,

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but you didn't actually see where he got it from?

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I said, didn't I?

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And did you see anyone else go in there?

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Not with Travis.

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What do you mean?

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Alex followed him in.

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-Alex?

-There were loads of other people in there, too.

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Can I have the doughnut now?

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Oh, not this again!

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Look, he barely ate any of his lunch and he usually does, OK?

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You know, and it's all well and good Dad saying get it over

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and done with, but chicken pox can make them really ill.

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But no-one has got chicken pox any more.

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Amy does. I saw her myself.

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Yeah, she's still got a few scabs left,

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but she would've stopped being infectious days ago.

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Really?

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Yes. Now, you're fussing, Steven, for no good reason.

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Stop worrying.

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-Bex, it's not a good time...

-I've been talking to Dennis.

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-About what?

-About the party.

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How many times - the last thing I want to talk about is that party!

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-I asked him about Travis.

-And Travis.

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And where he was getting your drinks from.

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-What are you on about?

-Dennis never saw Travis pour anything.

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He just saw Travis go into the kitchen, and then Alex follow.

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So what are you saying?

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Yeah. What are you saying?

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How did you get on?

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Good.

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-Oh, yeah?

-Yeah, let the law take its course, that's what he said.

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Reckons we'll be all right.

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-Good to hear.

-Yeah, do you reckon I should go and get Dot?

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She'd love all this, wouldn't she?

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Jack...

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I told you, didn't I - not to let him anywhere near Matthew!

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What am I supposed to do, throw a force field over him?

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He's not going to do anything in a crowded square, is he?

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He's not going to snatch him or anything.

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Jack!

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Come here, mate. Come on, that's it.

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I've been to see my solicitor.

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Oh, yeah?

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Yeah. Enjoy it while it lasts, all right?

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-The odd visit here and there is all you're going to manage from now on.

-We'll see about that, shall we?

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You don't get the message, do you? No-one wants you here any more.

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I'm not planning on staying. As soon as I get residence, that's it.

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-With everything you've got stacked against you!

-I've got nothing stacked against me.

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-Do you know what, your own gran said you shouldn't be doing this!

-That's a bit odd, that, isn't it?

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Seeing as she was the one who phoned me in the first place.

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Told me how worried she was about you, said I really should get back here, sort out my son.

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Take him, will you?

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-Why?

-I'm going to go and see Dot.

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No, I'm taking you to calm down.

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Stacey, watch him for five minutes, will you, please?

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Vic, now.

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Look, Chelle...

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Don't.

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What?

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Say sorry.

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Erm...

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I'm not going to apologise for what I said,

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but I don't want things to carry on like this.

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You shouldn't be apologising about anything.

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You were right.

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You told me the truth. No sugar-coating.

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For a minute there it was like listening to Mum in full flow.

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I think I've got a way to go yet.

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Give it time.

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I don't want to burn any more bridges, either.

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You just...just give me a minute, yeah?

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Oh! Yeah.

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Honey, listen... What I said just now, I didn't mean...

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I wasn't having a pop at you or anything.

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I had all sorts of plans at one time. Yeah, erm...music.

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Travel.

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Even thought I might develop my hand modelling.

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But, y'know, at least I'm working at something

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and doing something useful,

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and I'm providing for my family.

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So that sounds... That sounds pretty good to me.

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Lady Di! Oh, she's home!

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She is.

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Look who it is!

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Happy birthday, Ollie!

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Look, there's Ollie!

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Happy birthday, Ollie.

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Say thank you.

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Right, who wants to go over the ball pit and get some balloons?

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THEY SHOUT

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We don't care about rain, do we?

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No, we don't! Come on, let's go!

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He's so funny.

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You didn't mind, then?

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What?

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Getting lumbered with Woody?

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No. Do you know, he's been a big help.

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Yeah, cos, like, me and Johnny were thinking

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maybe we made a bit of a mistake about him.

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He's all right, isn't he?

0:21:060:21:08

Yeah. Yeah, he is.

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Yeah?

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Have you finished yet?

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No, no, I've got, like, five minutes. Just got to pack up.

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Come here. Hey, hey.

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Kush, could you give me a hand?

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My hands are a bit full.

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-You sure?

-Yeah, of course she is. She wouldn't have said it if she wasn't, would she?

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-OK.

-Yeah, go on, bud.

-Thanks.

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-Come on, mate.

-Come on, then.

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-See you in a minute.

-See you in a minute, all right.

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Bex, I know you hate me,

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but not everything that happens to everyone is my fault.

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So it was a complete coincidence, was it?

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You just happened to be in the kitchen while Travis

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was collecting them drinks?

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How was I to know how much of a loser he is?

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Didn't even have the sense to get rid of the evidence!

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But if you were in the kitchen,

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wouldn't you have seen him spike the drinks?

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Lou, he had an empty bottle of vodka in his bag.

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That makes it pretty obvious to me.

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Unless...

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What?

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-Alex, what?

-I was trying to look out for you, but Dennis is right -

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-there were loads of other people in there.

-You, for one.

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Loads of people standing by that cocktail jug.

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I just assumed Travis was handing you them drinks, but...

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What? Maybe he didn't know what was in them?

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Maybe.

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Yeah, I'd like to apply for the job you're advertising.

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It's reference 1386.

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Temporary sales assistant.

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BEEPING

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Yeah, I'd like to make an enquiry about claiming benefits, please.

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LAUGHING

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Cute!

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Look, Dot wouldn't have just deliberately set out to cause you grief, would she?

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It's probably what he said - you know, she was worried about you,

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and she came out with something.

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Or he's doing exactly what he's done before - he's twisting things.

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He's poisoning people's minds.

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Yeah. It don't really sound like Dot, does it?

0:24:420:24:46

No.

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No, it don't.

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One, two, three and go!

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CHILDREN SHOUT

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You all right?

0:25:000:25:02

Yeah - that was fun!

0:25:020:25:04

This one's going to be epic. Ready?

0:25:050:25:08

Oh, yeah, compared to the hundreds of others that ain't.

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Right.

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You know, you won't always feel like this, you know?

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What's that, the voice of experience?

0:25:200:25:23

I ain't ever been married. My mum was, though.

0:25:230:25:27

When my dad died, I thought she'd never stop crying.

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But she did eventually.

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You'll move on, you'll meet someone new.

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Maybe.

0:25:380:25:40

No - definitely.

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He's out there, Whit.

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Your perfect man.

0:25:470:25:49

So you knew how to do that all along?

0:25:520:25:55

Yeah, yeah, but it ain't half as much fun as doing it wrong, though.

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Here y'are.

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-Thanks.

-It's yours.

0:26:020:26:04

Whit.

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They're ready to cut the cake.

0:26:050:26:07

OK, thank you.

0:26:070:26:08

I'll have a word with him if you want?

0:26:230:26:25

No, I can fight my own battles.

0:26:250:26:26

She's still doing it.

0:26:430:26:44

She's still pulling the wool over your eyes.

0:26:440:26:47

She just said...maybe this wasn't down to Travis after all.

0:26:470:26:50

She only said that to get herself off the hook!

0:26:500:26:53

Alex is right, isn't she?

0:26:540:26:56

It don't matter what she does, what she says, you'll always hate her.

0:26:560:26:59

You just can't believe it, can you?

0:26:590:27:02

You just can't believe that they might have done it, and do you know why?

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Because Alex and Mads are my friends.

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No. Because that would mean they've got you in their sights.

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# Happy birthday to you Happy birthday to you

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# Happy birthday dear Ollie Happy birthday to you. #

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Make a wish and blow out your candles.

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He can't blow 'em out all by himself.

0:27:390:27:41

-He can try.

-Well, he can't make a wish, can he?

0:27:410:27:43

Right, I'll tell you what -

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we'll all blow out the candles and we'll all make a wish, yeah?

0:27:450:27:48

Yeah!

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One, two, three.

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Ta.

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You know what, I don't believe a word you say any more.

0:28:050:28:08

Hm. Good match, you two, weren't you?

0:28:080:28:11

What?

0:28:110:28:12

Ronnie'd never listen to reason, either.

0:28:120:28:14

What does that mean?

0:28:140:28:16

You know what - you can learn some manners.

0:28:190:28:22

I don't need to learn anything from the likes of you.

0:28:220:28:24

I didn't need to learn nothing from the wicked witch, neither.

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What did you say?

0:28:300:28:31

That cow deserved everything she got.

0:28:310:28:33

Jack, calm down! Get off him!

0:28:340:28:37

What do you think you're doing?

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Let the law take its course!

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I reckon you've blown it, mate.

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