03/08/2017 Part Two EastEnders


03/08/2017 Part Two

Whitney and Mick have a heart-to-heart. Can they keep their emotions under control? One resident sees a glimmer of hope.


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DRILLING

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I'd be lost without you.

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LAUGHTER IN DISTANCE

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-Woody!

-What? Stop it.

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No, you stop it!

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Bex was up half the night, looking in every bag and coat

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for that bit of paper.

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Do you think it'll help them find Louise?

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-CAR HORN

-Nothing new from the police.

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Think they're desperate enough, they'll try anything now.

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These gasworks!

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Yeah, you do try anything if you're desperate.

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Don't go there, Stace.

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-I'm not going anywhere.

-What's that?

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Well, I'm just saying, they didn't burn it, did they, Michelle?

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They didn't even trash it.

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You do know that he's got your dad's bench round ours now in bits?

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Yeah, there is a gouge out the back,

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there are screws missing and she's written "Bernadette" on it.

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Let me tell you now, those Taylors,

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they are not welcome here. I will not serve them, end of.

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They don't strike me as massive fruit-and-veg eaters.

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Sorry, but the police reckon that one of them

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was actually kipping on it.

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All that shows, Stace, is that they're thick.

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No, Martin, all that shows is that you've forgotten

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what it's like to be up against it.

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Oh, come on, right. It don't take a genius, does it?

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Beanbag is a tenner.

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Or you get a bit of foam, cut it out to size, five squid-oolies.

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Well, maybe they don't have a spare "five squid-oolies".

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No, no. I'm with Martin on this.

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It is about respect, Stace.

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People like the Taylors don't know the meaning of the word.

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Never mind family.

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-Caution.

-Yes! You're a good kid.

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-Stepping up like that, son.

-Nice one, mate.

-Thanks.

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Mum can't get sent down when you're having a baby.

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Nah, and neither can you.

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Cos you're going to be taken on by MKF Motors!

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MKF Motors don't take people on. It is well known, Mum.

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Yeah, I know.

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But Keanu is never late for work, is he, Keegs?

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You know, he's always the first one there,

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he's never taken a day off, and he's the best at servicing them vans.

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I mean, if they don't give him a contract today,

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they ain't giving no-one a contract today.

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Yes, that is what I just said, Mum.

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Well, if they don't, then I'll have to have a word, won't I?

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And if you do get your contract, yeah,

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I'll be buying you a drink, son.

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Yeah. Out of your first wages.

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Morning.

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Yep.

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Mick. I...

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I just wanted to say thanks.

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-For what?

-Well, for making us feel so welcome.

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You know, this engagement party. It's big of you.

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Cos I know that...

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me and you have never got on.

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I think we should just put it all behind us and...

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You know, no hard feelings, mate.

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Let's not get on the mate one, eh?

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You ain't welcome here, you'll never be welcome here.

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Don't my woman pay you to pull pints in Watford?

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No? You ought to get back there, ain't you, son?

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Yeah.

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Understanding woman, your missus, ain't she?

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She knows I've got a few things I got to sort out here first, so...

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Ta-ta.

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Here you are.

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Ta.

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You turning into an alkie?

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Dad used to put whisky in his tea.

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What do you want me to do? There ain't no milk left.

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No. Or juice, or bread, or cereal.

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Anyone hear them last night?

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Yeah, I nearly got up and threw a bucket of water over them.

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-LAUGHING:

-I had to put my headphones on.

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Oh, you don't mind, then?

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-No, course.

-What?

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-While you were away, I...

-She forgot was a lesbian.

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Oi, no! Thank you!

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Don't pass judgment on my sexuality.

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Oh, leave off. What, you slept with Woody?

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No.

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We never slept.

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She know about this? Whitney? About her fiance?

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Oh, chill out, Dad.

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It was just a one-off. You know, they weren't together.

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And it ain't a secret.

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She's on the rebound, Teen. After Lee. It ain't been easy for her.

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That's all she needs, isn't it? That tart messing her about.

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-Overreact...much?

-That's a bit harsh, ain't it?

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Look, Whitney can look after herself. It's no big deal.

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Why's that, Mother? You had a go on him an' all?

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It's not your business, Mick.

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So I said to him, "That's not a problem,

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"but he needs to make sure he's booked it by four," you know?

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Right, so the Wiltshire project. The plan is...

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Why didn't we know, Phil?

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What?

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Anything at all about Louise's life before. What happened with Lisa

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and her mental health.

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All the stuff that Louise could tell Bex but she couldn't tell us.

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I told you, Lisa's always been a drama queen, ain't she?

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Oh, has she? Bless her. Flaky little idiot.

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It'll be her hormones, most probably.

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Or just the fact that she's a girl.

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Yeah, but she ain't, though, is she?

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She's a middle-aged woman who still thinks the world revolves around her.

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She makes her own choices.

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She shoots people, she kidnaps sick kids

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so don't get all bleeding hearts about it.

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Lisa's one of life's victims.

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She has a diagnosis, Phil!

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A mental health team, medication.

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That ain't my problem. And neither is she.

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But she is Louise's.

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You know, no wonder your daughter never wanted to talk about her.

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And that's my fault, and all, is it?

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Phil...

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Phil!

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Look, we need to call the police.

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Lisa might not be here but we need them on side.

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They need to know we're following the rules.

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All right. Good idea. Well, you wait here.

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She's my daughter, ain't she?

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TEXT MESSAGE ALERT

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Um...

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I need to leave.

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Yeah, sure. Any hassle, say you got my go-ahead.

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No... I don't mean early, Josh.

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First in, last out.

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Not one foot wrong. Passed with flying colours.

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It's very impressive.

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And come September,

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you'll have a level three certificate on your way to you...

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-Keanu Taylor.

-OK.

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You're an apprenticeship success story, Keanu.

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Qualification through structured training.

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Bags of valuable practical skills development,

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career prospects greatly enhanced.

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And you've been earning while you've been learning.

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And you don't leave with a student loan weighing you down, do you, eh?

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Smart lads like you are what keep me in business.

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KNOCK ON DOOR

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Am I leaving?

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Your tutor at college didn't explain?

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It's always the same over the summer holidays.

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My hands are tied, son.

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Minimum wage.

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If I could offer you a job, I would, but I can't.

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OK...

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Well, you complete the course, you reach 18,

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your price to me nearly doubles and I can't afford you...

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Keanu.

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I got overheads, you understand?

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And come September I got a brand-new batch of apprentices all ready

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and eager to benefit like you did.

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I'll tell you what I can give you, though.

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A cracking reference.

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I'm an idiot.

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I am a heartless, selfish person.

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Josh, if you knew...

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Where's this coming from?

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Steven.

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He deserves more than this. So much more.

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We all do.

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And every day that I'm here, I'm stopping us.

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-Now what's he said?

-No. It's not him.

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This is not his fault. It's me.

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I'm the one that keeps looking at you. It's in my head.

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I'm the one sitting here, wishing that things could be different.

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So, Lauren? listen to yourself.

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No, no. You don't understand. I can't.

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This is not the life that I've got.

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This place, you...

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I know that you don't get it.

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But...this is a fantasy.

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Your world.

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And...

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I'm just not meant to be here.

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You're resigning.

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Yeah.

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This is torture, though, ain't it?

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Us being so close and there's no hope.

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None?

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I know that I said we were going to make this work.

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I'm sorry for that, Josh.

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Cos I was wrong.

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Do I look like a stalker to you?

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If I could just see a photograph of your daughter, sir?

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Do you have a photo on your phone?

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Or on you at all? As in she is your daughter, sir.

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Just hotel policy.

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I'm not a photo-on-your-phone sort of person.

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Look, her name's Louise Mitchell. She's tall, she's got blonde hair.

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Her mum's a bit darker. Shorter.

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Trippy sort of woman, really.

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Look, mate. It's been a long day, all right?

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I'm knackered, I been worried out of my mind about her.

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It's a straightforward question.

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Are they staying here, or not?

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Just one second, sir.

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If I could just see some form of identification from yourself

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before I release that information, sir. Just hotel policy.

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Do you have any identification on you? A driving licence, passport?

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Utility bill?

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Ah! Yeah, as it happens, I've got a utility bill, a council tax bill

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and a couple of other bits in the car. I won't be a second.

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Very good, sir, right you are.

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Hey, are we all right?

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Course we're all right.

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Look, I know you don't like him, but he's a nice bloke.

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-Yeah.

-He is. He treats me right.

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Listen, darling, I don't want to upset you.

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It's the last thing I want to do.

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Someone should tell you. Last time he was here...

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-..he had a bit of a roll about with Tina and...

-Oh, I know.

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-Oh.

-Everyone's got a past, ain't they?

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Course they have. Course they have.

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I'm going to go and sort the barrel store out

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and put the prosecco on ice and probably bleach the carzies.

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Do you know what?

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Ain't nothing to do with me who you fall in love with, is it?

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-So if you're happy, I'm happy.

-Yeah.

-All right?

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Mick, would you walk me down the aisle, please?

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You can say no if it's awkward, or if you don't want to.

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It's stupid, it's just that Ryan, and Helen,

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they're going to be on honeymoon.

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I can't think of anyone else I'd rather give me away.

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I'd be honoured.

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Yeah?

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Thank you.

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Thanks, Mick.

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Mick, why don't we go on holiday?

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-What, me and you?

-Why not?

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Time. Money. The fact that the last time you set foot in a caravan,

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you set it on fire.

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You're a pub landlord, Mick. Drinking in the morning.

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-Golden rule.

-Shut up. This ain't nothing.

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Well, I don't think Linda would see it like that.

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HE KNOCKS ON DOOR

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Excuse me, can you open the door, please?

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Can you open the door? No, course you can't.

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It's hotel policy I suppose, isn't it?

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Lou. Lou, are you in there? Lou!

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Lou, can you hear me?

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Lou. Lou, please.

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Please open the door.

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Lou.

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Lou...

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Oh, thank God.

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Are you all right?

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Is your mum in there?

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Go away, Dad.

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Lou! Lou, what are you doing?

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Lou! Lou!

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Now every second that passes

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is an extra second that my daughter is in there and in danger.

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And anything... Anything, Dominic,

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that happens to her while she's in there, I will hold you

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personally responsible for. Now am I getting through to you?

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-SHOUTING:

-Am I getting through to you?!

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KEYS JANGLE

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-Lou?

-Dad!

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-SCREAMING

-Argh!

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Right. Let's get this party started, hey?

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CHEERING

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It weren't me. It weren't me.

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-Mum, it's all right.

-She told me. She told me.

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Put the phone down, you mental cow.

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-Call the police.

-Mum. Just give me the phone, please.

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Devil on his shoulder.

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-Devil on his shoulder.

-Tell Dave on security. Ambulance.

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Put the phone down! Put the phone down!

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Put it down!

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-Oh, darling, look at the state of you.

-It's not her fault.

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-It's all right, it's all right.

-Dad...

-It's all right, darling, I'm here now.

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It's all right.

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Has someone called an ambulance? Call an ambulance!

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Darling, darling...

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Oh, no.

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No... No. What have you done?

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-Devil on his shoulder. Devil on his shoulder...

-What've you done?!

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Open your eyes, open your eyes! and you look at what you've done!

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Now I swear. I swear, if she dies I will track you down.

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I will track you down and I will break you, you stupid, weak,

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-pathetic woman!

-Phil!

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Well, what's the matter with you?

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-They don't want me.

-Oh, darling.

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That's all right, it's a waste of time anyway.

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They don't want me, Mum.

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Oh, come here. It's all right. Oh!

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I moved some stuff around. Dad didn't mind.

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I know Whit's your best mate so...

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Hey, dance with me.

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-I've already danced with you.

-Come on, dance with her.

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-You'll have to get used to doing what you're told soon, mate.

-Oi!

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She's not marrying me for my dancing abilities, are you, babe?

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Have a dance.

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-Has he been drinking since breakfast?

-He's all right.

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How many have you had, Dad?

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Dance with the bird.

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What's the matter with you? Go on. She's asked you to dance, ain't she?

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Calm down, Mick, mate, have a glass of water.

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-What do you mean have a glass... Who you talking to?

-Mick!

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Come on, you've had a skinful, old feller.

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Let's get you up, come on.

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-Lou. Louise.

-Is she breathing?

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Yeah, yeah, she's breathing.

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Lou, Lou, can you hear me?

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Thank God. Come on, darling.

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Come on, lets get you up, come on.

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Come on, let's get you up.

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I know it hurts. Come on, it's all right.

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It's OK, Lisa.

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It's OK.

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No. No.

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He hurts you, though. He hurts you.

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Says you done terrible, terrible things. It weren't you.

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Weren't your fault. Don't want to know.

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Mum...

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Yes.

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Oh, yes, I am.

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-Wherever I am.

-I want to go with Mum.

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-No, no, no. You need to see a doctor.

-Mum, I promised!

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Lisa, come on. Come on.

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Hospital...

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We go together.

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Come on, come on.

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Sharon...

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are you mad?

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What, "Mad, stupid woman"?

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No, Phil. I'm not.

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Now, do you really still think that none of this is your fault?

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I should go.

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Do you want me to go?

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Cos I will, I'll leave. I'll get a job again.

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I'll do anything, Mick, not to make you unhappy,

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so do you want me to go?

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No.

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Right, well, then something's got to give, ain't it?

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I know you don't want to talk about...

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what happened with us.

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So don't talk.

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Just listen.

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I love you.

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You're my main man.

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I know that you're the one I'm going to be running to

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for the rest of my life.

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Whether it's here or the other side of the world.

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And if things were different...

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If there weren't 20 years between us.

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And Lee.

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And if you weren't happily married to the best woman you've ever met.

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But you are.

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I think we both...

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We both were in a bad place, weren't we?

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Things got mixed up and...

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You and me, us like that, it's...

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It ain't real.

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And going away...

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..helped me move on.

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I love you.

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And you love Linda.

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And I love Woody.

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This is my home, Mick.

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This is the only place that I've ever really felt like

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I've fitted, you know?

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But I will go.

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I can't stay, not if we can't...

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Not if we can't put this behind us. Not if you can't move on.

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All I want is the two blokes that I love the most in the world...

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..to be mates.

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Can you do that for me, Mick?

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I need you to decide if you can do that.

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El...

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I don't care what's going on there any more.

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When you get this...

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..come home.

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Come home, now, please.

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Or there'll be nothing to come back to.

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