03/08/2017 Part One EastEnders


03/08/2017 Part One

Past actions catch up with the Taylor family. Lauren confides in Whitney about what has been going on. The Mitchell family are thrown into a panic.


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Phil.

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DRILLING AND MUFFLED VOICES

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Have a look at my tyre. What are you going to do about it?

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-IN DISTANCE:

-I'm afraid not.

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Have they found Louise?

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You don't know? What you're saying is, you don't know

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any more than you knew last night.

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Well, her debit card withdrawal means we can accurately place Lisa

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in Castle Point yesterday afternoon.

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So what? That's not exactly a major breakthrough, is it?

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Well, it means we can focus our search accordingly.

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We do need you to work with us, sir.

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Of course.

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As I understand it, the fact that she hasn't run to ground entirely

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is a good sign considering Lisa's circumstances, Mr Mitchell.

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-She's got circumstances now, has she?

-Phil...

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Well, Sharon, it's a joke, innit?

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Do you want to know how many hours she spent on the phone yesterday?

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To you lot? Not getting a straight answer from anyone.

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Look, we're all very worried.

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Oh, Sharon, don't soft-soap it, all right?

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Now, Lisa was in an halfway house.

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You know that, don't you? Eh?

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Lisa has got her own mental health team.

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So where are they now? And what are they going to do

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when they find my daughter's dead in a gutter?

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The most effective use of your time right now would be to try and list

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-any connections Lisa might have to Castle Point.

-Right.

-Lists.

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Mr Mitchell, there is a general public misconception that anyone

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suffering from a mental health issue is dangerous.

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Statistically very few incidents result in the individual

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doing harm to another.

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As I understand it, the person most at risk from Lisa here is Lisa.

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My daughter was taken out of hospital against medical advice.

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Yes. I realise that. Presumably Lisa did so with good reason.

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My daughter don't get her antibiotics,

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and she gets an infection, she gets septicaemia.

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She gets septicaemia, she dies.

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Now how much more risky do you want, eh?

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DRILLING IN DISTANCE Oh, that noise.

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I mean, drilling up, boarding up, packing up,

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and me coming back again.

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-You know, I don't know what the world's coming to.

-It's Brexit.

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Yeah. Well, like I was saying,

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Lisa, she's very nervy.

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And if you ask me, Phil Mitchell has been bullying her.

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Now Louise, she's more sensible.

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-What was it you were saying?

-I said it's Brexit.

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Oh, well, I'm not au fait with that, cos I've been in the hospital.

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THEY LAUGH

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Well, my Ted says...

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I didn't recognise him when I saw him on the pavement.

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Well, it's been a good few years.

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Well, we was neighbours, wasn't we?

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I mean, I moved from the flats and I landed up in 23 downstairs, and then

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you moved from the flats and you landed up in number 23 downstairs.

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-In number 23 downstairs.

-That's right.

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-It's funny, isn't it?

-Yes.

-Coincidence. MEOWING

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Oh...

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-What?

-Look.

-Oh, yes, he's lucky. He's a black cat.

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Lauren!

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Well, I think a 59th Wedding anniversary party for our pot man

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-is a lovely idea, Ted.

-Yeah, with a few of our neighbours

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from up the flats.

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And I suppose Joanie's bingo buddies will have to come, and all.

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Our kids, of course. Not Alan, he's in Australia.

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Grandkids... Well, the ones that aren't too busy.

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It's not often we get family together,

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what with Judith's schedule and her dietary requirements.

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Great. Well, I am sure Mick'll give you a good staff discount.

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And you never know, I might even persuade him

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to give you wine at cost if you go over 20 bottles.

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Well, I was thinking more a sausage roll and half a lager.

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OK, great. Well, why don't I pave the way?

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Do you have a budget in mind?

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Well, I haven't quite got that sorted out yet.

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Right, well, let me know when you do.

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Bit of prudence, I'm sure we can get it down to £10 a head.

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Fantastic.

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Not sure three dozen geriatrics and a pork pie

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-is quite the look we're going for, but...

-Oh, that's a shame.

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-Why?

-I quite fancied a little party.

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Here, Whit? You going to have a few drinks when Woody shows?

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-What's his real name?

-Woody.

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What, they actually christened him Woody?

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No, Stace. He hasn't been christened.

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Oh, my God. Lauren. Have you had an engagement party, or...?

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-No.

-No? Oh good! Good.

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Cos I was thinking we could have a joint one. You know?

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Me and Woody. You and Steven.

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It's embarrassing, Phil.

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Sharon, I don't care that I've upset some seven-year-old with a degree

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in political correctness.

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-You know, my daughter's gone missing.

-Yeah, I'm aware of that.

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All they've given us is a wall of silence

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and a possible cash withdrawal in Essex.

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I should have known there was something up with Lisa.

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I should have trusted my instinct.

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-And that's the social worker's fault, is it?

-No.

-No.

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No, and it isn't mine either.

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Snapping at me in front of them. I don't think so, Phil.

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You've got to look after yourself.

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It'll be OK, Phil. It will.

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But you know, making an enemy of everyone,

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it doesn't do Louise no favours, does it?

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We've just got to stop panicking, yeah?

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And work with them, like they said. Be positive.

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Phil, look at me.

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We don't know that Lisa's in a bad place.

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We don't even know she stopped taking her medication.

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But we do know that she loves Louise.

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And maybe...

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Maybe Louise persuaded Lisa to take her out of the hospital.

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Get away for a few days.

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You know how down she's been lately.

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Hm?

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Sharon, Lisa loved me.

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Right up to, and including, when she shot me.

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It's a secret. So you've got to keep it a secret.

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Steven's dying.

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No...

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Yeah.

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He's got a tumour.

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I've seen the brain scan.

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My dad was even with him when he went in for his consultation.

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Lauren, I'm so sorry.

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I'm sorry.

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But he's so young. You had your whole future together.

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I don't love him.

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I don't.

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I can't. I've tried.

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I don't love him. Whitney, I don't love him.

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After everything Steven's done for me as well

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with his last few months of being alive.

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And I can't...

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I don't even want to marry him, Whitney.

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I don't want to marry him,

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I don't want to be with him. I can't even breathe, Whitney.

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OK, calm down. Calm down. Just breathe...breathe.

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-Just breathe.

-I hate myself.

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Have they said...

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Have they told you how long he's got, or...?

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Yeah. He's got three months.

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OK.

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OK, then... Look, you know whatever you do...

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..whatever you do, I will be here and I will back you.

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Yeah.

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You've just got to figure out what's worse -

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living a lie with Steven for three months,

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or having to live with yourself if you don't.

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-DRILLING

-Max. It's me again. Where are you?

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-THEY SHOUT OVER THE DRILLING: You feel what?

-Bad.

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£5.50 off of Merry at work.

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The minute I've blown it up, that bench goes back.

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-Yeah, that Merry saw you coming.

-No. Cos if I had a dead Dad,

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I wouldn't want his bench nicked either.

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What do you mean, "back"?

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Keanu!

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-All this lot here?

-Yep, them.

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Right, leave it with me, all right? Excuse me!

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Hello!

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What, a motel she stayed in in Canvey Island for a wedding, though?

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I mean, it's a hell of a long shot.

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If anything comes of it, I'll call the Old Bill, OK?

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-Well, how have you even remembered?

-It's the only time I know of

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that Lisa's been anywhere near Castle Point.

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And Louise definitely would have called by now, so why ain't she?

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I don't feel well.

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Oh... Oh, no. Well, you won't, sweetheart, you won't.

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You've been through a terrible ordeal.

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Here... Here you are...

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Have some water, just little sips... Little sips. Make you feel better.

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There you go. Little sips. There you go... That's better. That's better.

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She's all right now. Yes, she is.

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She's all right now. He's gone now.

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He's gone.

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Mummy look after you now, darling.

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Couple of weeks by the seaside, just you and me.

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Be so lovely. See another side.

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Sun on our faces.

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Oh, darling...

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Isn't it good to be free?

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You don't know how worried I've been about you, Lou.

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He...

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I can't tell you how much I've missed you...

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-I missed you, too.

-LISA LAUGHS

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Missed...

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Oh, that's wrong.

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Oh, Mum, it feels like it's burning.

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Can I have my painkillers?

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He is so manipulative, Louise.

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Did the doctor give you my antibiotics?

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Oh, Mum. It doesn't feel right.

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It's just a temperature, just a little bit of a temperature.

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-We'll all be OK now, darling.

-No. No, Mum, I need my painkillers.

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I need my painkillers. What time is it?

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We should eat.

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Yes. Not yet.

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No, we can call room service.

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And then we can call Dad because he'll be worrying about me...

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No. Not yet.

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Not yet, not yet, not yet, not yet, not yet, not yet, not yet!

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No, no, no, no... Cos he... He knows.

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He knows, darling.

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Your dad knows, he knows that we're on holiday.

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And the kitchens... The kitchens, they'll be closed.

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You're a good girl, Louise.

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But you've got to listen to me.

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We do not do room service, OK?

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OK? OK?

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Yeah.

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What are we doing, Mum?

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We sit and we wait, sweetheart.

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For your friend Helen...

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..with the car and the keys to the cottage, right?

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Have a biscuit.

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No bad currants in the biscuits.

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-Where's the cottage, Mum?

-Sh!

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And I'm telling you,

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you cannot leave that fence post unsupervised

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health-and-safety-wise.

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Oi, why are you giving me the runaround?

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-Why ain't you answered one single text?

-Excuse me, excuse me.

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You're invading my space.

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-Max, why did you tell Lauren the tumour was worse?

-What tumour?

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Steven, what're you talking about? What tumour?

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Oh, you mean the invisible one?

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Listen, mate, what you should be asking is what's going to happen

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in three months' time when you're scheduled to die?

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You all right, Lauren?

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And then she said... She said, "Don't you recognise me?"

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And I said, "I can't hear you... I can't hear... I can't hear you

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"with the tablets. I can't hear you with the tablets. I can't hear you.

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"And it can't even be you." I said that to her...

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-Gran is dead.

-That is what I said. I said that to her!

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And she said... She said, "Yes".

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How long ago did you stop taking your tablets?

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And that's the really clever bit. You see... You see how clever

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that is? Because he... He... He will never suspect.

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She knows your father is a bad man.

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It's got to be more than a month, Mum, yeah?

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Peggy knows, she knows. She knows what he did to me.

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What he did to us.

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Taking... Taking a baby away from her mother is wrong.

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Wrong! Forcing a little girl away from her mother is wrong.

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-Wrong!

-No, no, no, Mum. Mum. That was me. My choice. OK?

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I left the last time.

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You weren't well. Do you remember?

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Mummy, I was a kid and I didn't know how to help.

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And you wouldn't talk and you said it was a secret, do you remember?

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My life... My life was...was...was not worth living.

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OK, OK.

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I don't want to pull rank, but I'm going to pull rank here.

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I've got a stall-holder with a flat tyre.

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Now, if you don't rectify this fence-post situation as a matter

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of urgency, then I'm going to have to report you to the council.

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Or enact a citizen's arrest.

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Fine.

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I'll be calling the council tomorrow to report you.

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Bye-bye.

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Look, I think we should all go away for a long weekend.

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My treat.

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Try and make some happy memories.

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Yeah?

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And of course you want to spoil yourself, don't you?

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I took a liking to these gourmet truffle crisps.

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That's the second person who's put their rubbish in my suggestion box.

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They had artisan deli rolls, popcorn bars.

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-And they had these puddings with plants in.

-Sorry?

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Me and Woody. We went away to the Isle of Wight for a week.

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-Oh, lovely.

-Yeah, it was.

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Honestly, Fi, you want to see some of the places there.

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They've got jars of pickled everything.

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Communal dining's really gourmet, you know.

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Nah, the only way we're going to get a big dining table in here

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is if we get rid of that dartboard and the piano.

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-That ain't going to go down well.

-No. There'd be outrage.

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We've had tears, we've had sulking.

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When Jack first told Ricky he wasn't allowed to go on the Beavers trip,

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I actually thought the child was going to make himself sick.

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Aw... It's hard for him. I get it, though.

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-But Jack... You know, he's still raw after losing Ronnie.

-Yeah.

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Whereas Billy, he wants to save up and expand his range of coffin lids.

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Yeah, I can see right through him, Ingrid. I said to him, you know,

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"Life is short, OK? There's Auntie Caroline with her hernia,

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"and my Will is longing to have a holiday in Europe

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"while his passport still works."

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I know I'm meant to be a grown-up,

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but I've stopped doing the washing up in protest.

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INGRID LAUGHS And I've stopped making the beds.

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And it is driving me absolutely insane.

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I'm still waiting... I'm still waiting for Billy to notice.

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Oh, actually, Mick. Can I have a large water for my husband, please?

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Oh, it's not a big deal.

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You, lady, you bust your pretty little backside

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to take that English GCSE. The least you can do is get the result.

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I know the result on account of passing out straight after, Kush.

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And listen, I'm going to get the result...

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..later.

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When we get back from holiday.

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And you can stop talking about my bottom, sexist.

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Oi!

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Oh, Woody, I'm so sorry! I didn't know it was you!

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-It's all right.

-I'm really sorry.

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-It's all right. You all right?

-Yeah, I'm all right.

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A tenner an 'ead. DOORBELL IN DISTANCE

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It is what it is, Ted.

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-UPSTAIRS:

-Keanu!

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-Ageism - that's what it is, Joyce.

-What?

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She is deliberately trying to put us off. A tenner an 'ead?

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-UPSTAIRS:

-Will someone answer the door?

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Chris' cafe, you'd get a full dinner, crumble and custard

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and still have money left over for the bingo.

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-Tenner an 'ead.

-Keanu, get the door!

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It's just meant to be a small party. Is that what you said?

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-UPSTAIRS:

-Mum!

-I am sitting on the toilet!

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I said I'd think about it.

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-UPSTAIRS:

-Mum, come to the door!

-What?!

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And I'll tell you what I think.

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She is stuck-up, that Fiona. It's all about profit.

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How is a small glass of sherry and a sausage on a stick

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going to cost ten quid per person?

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What they going to do? Gold plate it?

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-UPSTAIRS:

-Mum, it's the police.

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Will you pack in that racket?!

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-This is victimisation, Jaz.

-Ms Taylor... Karen!

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-Keegan weren't there. He didn't do it and he don't know nothing about it.

-This isn't about Keegan.

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Oh.

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Your social worker claims that she spent the whole of her evening visit

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-sat on a stolen bench.

-No.

0:18:560:18:58

-"Arthur Fowler."

-No, yeah, well...

0:19:020:19:05

Look, he's got a back problem.

0:19:050:19:06

Yeah? He don't lie on wood every night. You know, this time next year

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he ain't even going to be walking.

0:19:100:19:11

Do you want to be responsible for crippling a young boy, yeah?

0:19:110:19:14

I'll get my coat.

0:19:170:19:18

-Karen Taylor, I am arresting you on suspicion of...

-Yes!

0:19:180:19:21

-I'm getting my coat.

-No. Mum...

0:19:210:19:23

Clutching at straws. Some hotel from some wedding in 1999.

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It's a wild goose chase, isn't it?

0:19:300:19:31

At least if Phil's doing something, you can stop worrying

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-he's going to start drinking again.

-Yeah.

0:19:340:19:36

Honestly, neither of us know anything about Lisa's life.

0:19:360:19:40

We don't even know her actual diagnosis.

0:19:400:19:42

They didn't know for ages.

0:19:420:19:44

What? What? Louise said.

0:19:460:19:49

What? What did she say?

0:19:490:19:51

It was ages ago when her year was doing mental health.

0:19:510:19:53

Phil said Lisa was a flake.

0:19:530:19:55

Yeah, I know,

0:19:550:19:57

but he's not the only one who's taken his eye off the ball, is he?

0:19:570:20:01

I should have pushed. I should have asked.

0:20:010:20:03

It's like I said to the police, Louise never seemed interested

0:20:040:20:07

in talking about her past.

0:20:070:20:09

I mean, I don't know where they went away when Lou was a kid.

0:20:090:20:12

I don't know her favourite place.

0:20:120:20:14

It's like all this time,

0:20:150:20:16

and there's huge chunks of Louise's life I know nothing about.

0:20:160:20:20

KNOCK ON DOOR

0:20:340:20:36

KNOCKING CONTINUES

0:20:390:20:41

Well, open it.

0:20:500:20:52

If my daughter is in there, then she's in danger.

0:20:520:20:54

So open it.

0:20:540:20:56

It's OK. It's OK.

0:21:070:21:09

Cleaner. Gone away.

0:21:090:21:12

Now... Now, you make sure you keep that dressing dry, darling.

0:21:130:21:17

Have a nice... Have a nice little bath.

0:21:170:21:19

Make you feel better.

0:21:190:21:20

Yes. OK.

0:21:210:21:23

OK, yes.

0:21:230:21:25

Yes, yes, yes...

0:21:250:21:28

SHE MURMURS IN PAIN

0:21:390:21:43

Emergency. Which service?

0:22:020:22:04

Louise!

0:22:080:22:10

If you are unable to speak but need an emergency service,

0:22:100:22:14

tap the handset.

0:22:140:22:15

You are connected to the police.

0:22:190:22:20

If you require an emergency service,

0:22:220:22:24

please press the number five key on your keypad two times now.

0:22:240:22:28

SHE SOBS

0:22:390:22:41

Sweetheart?

0:23:060:23:07

-I'm going to get us help.

-What?

0:23:090:23:11

No... No, No! No, no, no. It's not safe.

0:23:110:23:14

-It's not safe.

-Mum...

0:23:140:23:16

I'm not well.

0:23:160:23:18

SHE SOBS

0:23:180:23:20

Please... Gran.

0:23:220:23:25

Peggy's dead. She's dead, isn't she?

0:23:260:23:29

-Yes.

-So it's all in your head.

0:23:290:23:32

And I love you...

0:23:340:23:36

..but I can't do it again.

0:23:370:23:39

No. No! No, no, no. It's not safe. It's not safe!

0:23:390:23:44

He is a bad man. He's manipulative, and...

0:23:440:23:47

and poison. She knows.

0:23:470:23:50

She knows what he did to me, taking a baby away from her mother,

0:23:500:23:55

-it's just like taking a hand off an arm...

-Please stop.

0:23:550:23:57

Just chuck it away. A foot off a leg.

0:23:570:24:00

You are not better.

0:24:030:24:06

Every time you say you are better.

0:24:060:24:09

And Dad?

0:24:100:24:11

It's not Dad.

0:24:140:24:16

You've never looked after me.

0:24:180:24:19

LISA WHIMPERS

0:24:190:24:21

Mum, this is not looking after me.

0:24:210:24:24

I feel like I'm dying.

0:24:300:24:31

OK.

0:24:340:24:35

OK.

0:24:350:24:37

Go. Go away.

0:24:400:24:42

Go away.

0:24:420:24:44

Go away. Go away.

0:24:440:24:46

I'll stay. I'll stay. I'll stay here. Yes.

0:24:460:24:49

You can have me. You can have me.

0:24:490:24:51

Have me, I'll stay, I'll stay. I'll stay.

0:24:510:24:54

# Pick you up Drop you

0:25:110:25:14

# Little blonde doll... #

0:25:160:25:17

LOUISE SOBS

0:25:170:25:19

# Nails out my fingers

0:25:190:25:21

# Teeth out my mouth

0:25:220:25:24

# Hair off my head

0:25:260:25:28

# Off my head... #

0:25:300:25:32

Are you scared?

0:25:350:25:36

He took my heart out my chest, my baby.

0:25:410:25:48

He took my heart out of my chest.

0:25:480:25:52

-I won't leave.

-LISA CRIES OUT

0:25:520:25:56

No, no, sh. Don't do that, Mummy. Mummy...

0:25:560:26:00

I'm here.

0:26:000:26:02

I'm here. I'm here.

0:26:020:26:04

I won't go again, I promise.

0:26:060:26:08

I promise.

0:26:080:26:09