07/08/2017 EastEnders


07/08/2017

Mick is left on tenterhooks as Linda makes her return to the square. Abi continues to meddle in Lauren's relationship.


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HORN BEEPS

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Come on.

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Oi!

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Oi!

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Is someone going to tell me who's in charge?

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How are any cars meant to get through?

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Wash up.

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Now!

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Well, can you get my bags?

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Please?

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There's a good boy, Ollie.

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Hello. I've already told them.

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And you are?

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Market Enforcement Officer.

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What have you done with Carmel?

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What, you burying her under the road?

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Oh, what, are you selling tickets?

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-You don't have to live here.

-You want to bet?

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Everything all right?

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No, no, everything is not all right. Can you get my car seat?

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How many more you got in there?

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Oh, no. They're not ours, love.

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We got the penthouse.

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All of you?!

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And I thought four was a handful.

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Come on, sweetheart. Come here. There's a good boy.

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Right, thank you. Now, could you just...? This way.

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Oi!

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The foreman'll pay. Call it compensation.

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Where's the bench?!

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Nicked.

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Mum!

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Sausage!

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Here he is, my boy. I've missed you.

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I've missed both of you.

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-You see her dodge that cab fare?

-Who?

-She's gone over the boozer.

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-You eat all of them...

-I'm eating for two.

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She's been doing that all her life.

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So, you signing on then?

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-No.

-Well, now they've messed up your apprenticeship...

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I ain't signing on!

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Well, I hope you like being hungry.

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I'm getting a job, ain't I?

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-So I'd been on the lash...

-What is that?

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..and I was missing you, and you didn't come on Saturday,

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-so I just thought that...

-What are these new tills?

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-They're digital.

-Yes, I can see that.

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A suggestions box, are you kidding me?!

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There's loads to tell you.

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Why don't you let me make you a nice little cup of coffee?

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Yeah, well, I've got a suggestion for you. Glasses, Shirley. Shelves.

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-I don't work here any more.

-Since when?

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-Let's go upstairs...

-Is this what you meant by

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there'd be nothing left for me to come back for?

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Linda. Lovely to see you again.

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Someone's been busy.

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Just been giving some advice.

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You tell her, she will leave.

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Well, there's lots for me to take forward. Me and Mick.

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You must have lots of other pubs waiting

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so don't let us keep you.

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Cheer up, Mick. L's back.

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So, what do you mean, they changed the locks?

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All right, Carmel? No, you listen to me, all right.

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It's not council property any more, so I want 'em out.

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-Keep it on the down-low, you said.

-Yeah, I know.

-Down-low, Max.

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Here. It isn't...?

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No. Stop fishing.

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I've been texting you all weekend.

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Yeah, I ain't had a chance.

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Well, I've got the morning off. And the house is empty.

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All in good time.

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-All right?

-Hey.

-What do you think of this?

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It's a bit cheap. So, you not working today?

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No, I quit. What's your excuse?

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I've got the morning off. What do you mean you've quit?

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I just want to focus on the wedding. We've only got a month.

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You've set a date?

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There's so much to do.

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I just don't get what the rush is.

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Why are you so interested all of a sudden?

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Is your life that boring?

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No, it's just... Are you really sure about this?

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Thought you liked Steven.

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He's all right.

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So why can't you just be happy for me, then?

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So when you didn't call back or...

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or turn up the next day I just thought maybe you didn't get my...

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I had things to sort out, tie up, get my head round.

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Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Your mum?

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Yeah. Yeah, with Mum.

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So she's...she's getting better? And you've got her care?

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Yeah, she's... It just took me the weekend, you know,

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to make sure I was ready.

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So you're back properly?

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Yeah.

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Good.

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There's...there's something I...I...

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Whitney!

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Oh, Linda!

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Stick the kettle on.

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I think you and me need to have a little talk.

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You've done such a good job.

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Yeah, this way a bit, actually.

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Mum'd be really proud.

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How's Louise?

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She's back home. Shaken still though.

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-And Bex?

-She's getting there, mate, yeah.

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-Nice one, Shrimp.

-That's all right.

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What's that? Flat hunting?

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Yeah, just been to see three. No joy.

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The ones on the corner are my uncle's.

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-I could put in a good word for you.

-That'd be lovely.

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I hear the neighbours are nice!

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Thank you. I should be going.

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-What?

-Always were a bit ambidextrous.

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That's Bex's teacher!

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Looks good.

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Yeah, it does, don't it.

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I'm...proper sorry.

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Are you?

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Have you seen the guy from the garage? He ain't over there and...

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And, what?

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I'm a mechanic. If you need someone to look after your van.

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-So.

-So...

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She's due to start her shift, L.

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New fiance?

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Yep.

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Woody's been telling everyone.

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I called Lee.

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Thought he'd know.

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-Well, I was going to ring him...

-Oh, no, wait, I didn't mean...

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No, I'm happy for you.

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Are you?

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Well, Lee was a bit... You know, he's worried that Woody's

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a bit of a player, but I said to him, you know, people change.

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I mean, he's back in Watford pulling pints,

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with the biggest smile on his face.

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And you're too lovely to be single.

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I mean, I was sad, about your marriage, but I said to him,

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you know, relationships ain't easy

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and Lee was never a talker

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and when one of you's holding stuff back, it's...

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it's hard, but, um...

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but sometimes there are reasons and...

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and I said it's a good thing that you've found someone new.

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And he will too, when he's... Anyway, Lee's OK.

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And even if he wasn't, we wouldn't do anything to spoil it, right?

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None of us would.

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-We're happy for you, aren't we, Mick?

-Really happy.

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Mick's going to walk me down the aisle.

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Are you? Oh, is that what you were going to tell me?

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-About the engagement?

-Yeah. Yeah, that was it. That was it.

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You deserve this. Someone who loves you. Someone special.

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Like me and my Mick.

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PHONE VIBRATES

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Is that Travis again?

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He's only being nice.

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-He cares about you.

-He's just waiting to dump me.

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He's not like that, darling. That ring he got you...

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He's really not going to want me.

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No-one's going to want me.

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Well, of course they are, darling.

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I'm covered in scars.

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Yeah, but, Lou, you've got a beautiful face,

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a lovely personality.

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If a man's only interested in what you look like then he's not worth...

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So why do you still bleach your hair?

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-I didn't mean it like that.

-If looks don't matter,

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why won't you leave the house without your heels on,

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-and your chest out, and smothering your face in slap?

-Louise!

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Sharon, why don't you give her some space?

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Wedding in a month?

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-Not here.

-Well, if you won't come to mine...

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-Why can't you just dump her?

-Look, we've spoken about this, babe.

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Yeah, but this is getting out of hand, Steven!

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I want to take her kid off her like she took mine off of me.

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Yeah, but you can have a kid of your own! Just...with me.

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Yeah, I know. And we will, OK, but...

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I can give you everything she can...and more.

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Oh, Steven. Veg supplier wants a word when you've got a minute, yeah?

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-All right.

-Abs.

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All right.

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Instead of so desperately

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and pathetically trying to fill Peter's shoes...

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You've gotta be patient, all right? Trust me.

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-What about when she finds out you've been spying on her?

-She won't.

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Or when you're not actually dead in three months?

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Look, we want to humiliate her, don't we?

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-Well, yeah, but...

-Yeah, OK, so just leave everything to me.

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OK, I promise you, everything is under control.

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PHONE CHIMES

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It's your dad.

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Oi, oi.

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-Hiya.

-You all right?

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Any news on Louise?

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She's back at home.

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Janet wanted to go and see her after her play date

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-but I managed to put her off.

-Have you seen this?

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Where's people supposed to go?

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Someone from the council leaked it to the paper.

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-It's just a consultation...

-Dad, ask her.

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Ask me what?

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They've been bending my ear all morning about going on holiday.

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Everyone else goes away.

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-I know they do, darling. But holidays, they're expensive.

-Please?

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When I was young, me and my brother, we borrowed this tent, went camping.

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All due respect, pal, we ain't got a tent.

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I'll ask around if you like.

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So we CAN go camping?

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Look, we'll talk about it later.

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-See you.

-See you.

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Come on.

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Thank you.

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It ain't easy being skint, is it?

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We're hardly skint.

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I didn't mean... Look, I was wondering, could you put a card up?

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-Temp mechanic.

-Yeah. Yeah, course.

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I really am sorry.

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Stealing your dad's bench.

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You're not the only one ever done anything stupid.

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Actually, it's not really my decision.

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Everything needs to go through Head Office.

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It's OK. I get it.

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HE SIGHS

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-Max.

-You all right, Steven?

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You sure you should be working?

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I bumped into Steven outside. Why shouldn't he be working?

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Look at these, look. Wedding arrangements.

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-How else is he going to pay for it?

-No, well, that's my job, innit?

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You know, father of the bride and all that.

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No, Max, you really ain't gotta do that.

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-Really, Dad.

-Lauren, I want to, all right?

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I want to find a big house in the country

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and I want to walk my daughter down the aisle.

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That'd be great.

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It's their wedding. You can't just take over.

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Yeah, I was thinking something a bit smaller. Less pressure.

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Why smaller?

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Just... Steven's booked a registry office

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and then we're going to Beale's.

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This is for the rest of your life!

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Abs, ain't you gotta be at work?

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All this wedding talk, must be a bit boring for you, mustn't it?

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Nope. I love wedding talk.

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It's not every day your big sister gets married.

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Yeah, exactly. I'm going to organise a massive stag, mate.

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-All the boys.

-Is that what you want?

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Max, you really haven't got to spend all this money.

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Nah, nah, nah. Trust me, all right? I want you and Lauren

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to get exactly what you deserve.

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As long as you don't do anything too strenuous.

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Sounds like it's all been taken care of.

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Yeah, going to pay for the honeymoon as well.

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Whose wedding is this?

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Somewhere special, you know, like Maldives or something.

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No, Dad! I'm sure Steven's got it all under control.

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Abs, I'm going to do exactly the same for you when you get married.

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If you ever meet someone.

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Right, have a flick through that. Have a look,

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see if you can get some ideas for your sister.

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No, Mum, I haven't told him.

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Because he doesn't need to know.

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I'll speak to you later.

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So, what's been happening?

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Same old.

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Not like Mick to get drunk.

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Probably just missing you, that's all.

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Ollie's had a bath and is now asleep on my bed.

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This is so sweet of you, sausage.

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I said I'd stay at a mate's tonight.

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-If I knew you were coming back, I would've...

-It's all right.

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I'm glad you're home.

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Your dad called me out of the blue...

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and it ain't cos of that woman downstairs

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and it ain't cos Whitney's got engaged,

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so what is it?

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You looking for me?

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I came this morning, but you was out and...

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You got any jobs going?

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You the boy that nicked the bench?

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That was quality, mate.

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Look, I'll do anything. Sweeping, washing, polishing.

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I know my way around a car.

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You mean you know how to break into 'em...

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I just done my apprenticeship.

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Look, I...I just want work...

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and nobody here seems to be...

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People forget...in the end.

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Do they?

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I've been there.

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Listen, I'm fully staffed right now.

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But give us your number...

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Thanks.

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I'll call you.

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Thanks for your time.

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You heard from your mum?

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-What if what she's got...

-Listen, you've got to eat.

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What if I get it too? What if I'm like Mum?

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Well...

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we all get bits from our parents.

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Not always the bits that we want.

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Some of what's wrong with your mum, it could be genetic.

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She's had a hard time of it, in lots of ways.

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I ain't always treated her right.

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But you know what I think's really bothering you?

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You think that some of the way she is...

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is cos of you.

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I'm not going to tell her, if that's what you're worrying about.

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Not for my sake.

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I mean, you deserve your happiness.

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I'll make myself scarce later. Get an early night.

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-You don't need to do that.

-Yeah, I do.

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You and Linda need some time.

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What's all this? Having a fight?

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-Don't miss a trick, you, do you?

-In the middle of the pub?

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I was lagging, though. I...

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-I bet old fancy pants had something to say about that!

-She weren't here.

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-Neither were you, Linda.

-It weren't really a fight.

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Things in Watford, you have no idea how hard they've been.

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And you're here boozing all day, and then having a go at Woody?

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-No wonder he didn't say nothing when he got back.

-I told you, I'm sorry.

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So you feel for Lee. Right, I feel for Lee.

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But I've told you, he's all right now and...and,

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well, Whitney's young, and she's beautiful.

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Don't you think she deserves some happiness?

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You said it yourself, though, you know,

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that the geezer's got a bit of a reputation...

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It is very sweet of you, right, wanting to protect her,

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but if she wants Woody, you know, wants to be Mrs Woody...

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That's why you called me, isn't it? Cos you've been fighting.

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That's what you meant by there'd be nothing left to come back for.

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-Don't you think Mick feels bad enough?

-Stay out of it, Shirl.

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It's not been easy for him trying to keep everything together,

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with Nancy and Lee gone, and you not being here.

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What happened, happened. I'm not proud of it.

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It's in the past, eh? It's in the past and now you're home.

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-You ain't pinning this on me.

-I'm not...

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-pinning anything on anyone.

-I am.

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Because you weren't here.

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Yeah, she's had her mum...

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You're his wife. He needed you.

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And now I'm here.

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When I came to stay here,

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I told you Mum had turned her back on me.

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Said she'd gone off with a man.

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She did.

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I know, but it wasn't just that.

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She was ill.

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And I knew she was ill.

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That ain't your fault.

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I was the one who walked away.

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She's the mum and you're the kid.

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I know what she gets like.

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I knew what would happen without me.

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I just didn't want her to go through it again.

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-I

-didn't want to go through it again.

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You were right to come here.

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-Dad, if I'd stayed...

-Just wish you'd have told me, that's all.

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You were hardly in a place to help anyone, were you?

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Nah.

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Nah, I ain't been much of a dad.

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-You have, though.

-Nah, no, I haven't.

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I've got to live with that cos you can't escape your past, can you?

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Things happen.

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You just have to make the most of them.

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But...

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I'm here now.

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Both me and Sharon.

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Everything you're going through...

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we're both here for you.

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We...

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You OK?

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Yeah. You?

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Let's go razzle-dazzle.

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Is that face for real?

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Well, then you're going to have to claim benefits, ain't you?

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I don't want a life on benefits.

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You're such a mug.

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I'd have got work today if I didn't take the rap for you!

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Yeah, and I've said thank you for that,

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but, well, you were the one that nicked the bench!

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-You shouldn't have let me.

-Oh, hark at that.

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I spent all last week saying we should take it back.

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-And I stopped you, did I?

-Don't talk to him like that.

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I don't want to be like you.

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Look, you done your apprenticeship,

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you've done everything they've asked you to do, yeah?

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It's your money, Keanu.

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That doesn't make you a scrounger.

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I shouldn't have nicked the bench.

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I ain't giving up.

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I'm getting a job.

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It's Ted, yeah? I'm sorry about this morning.

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Drives you mad, roadworks.

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Now, a little bird tells me you're having an anniversary party.

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Ah. Well, the other lady, she mentioned ten quid an 'ead...

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I'm sure we can sort something.

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You're family now.

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It's so lovely to have you back.

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Isn't it? Is your mum OK?

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Are you still all talking Walford in Bloom?

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Yeah. Jane's doing wild flowers. For the bees.

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Kim'll no doubt be doing a palm tree.

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Our new neighbour, well, they'll probably just spray paint a wall.

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I thought Grafton Hill could sponsor it.

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-That would be...

-We'll do tubs. And more in the window boxes.

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You can help me plant.

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Great. I'll see you tomorrow.

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See you tomorrow.

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So have you met our new neighbours, then?

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Oh, only in passing.

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They used to live in the Towers.

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You know they're pulling them down?

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You go away for five minutes.

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They were good enough for us though, weren't it?

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That was 30 years ago, Ian.

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Building new ones.

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Yeah, well, maybe I'll move into one,

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when you and Jane move out.

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You ain't moving?

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Yeah, somewhere without stairs.

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Nice, new council housing.

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About 15% of it.

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But people need somewhere to live!

0:23:050:23:07

Good job Arthur's bench is back, innit?

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Mick's wife Linda says that she'll sort the party for us.

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Oh.

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So long as we're not going to rock the boat.

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Well, maybe... best choose somewhere else.

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You never wanted that party here, did you?

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Well, one thing I've learnt after all these years is it's best to

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let other people think that they've come to a decision themselves.

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Anyway, people never argue with an old lady, do they?

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You can't trust yourself, can you, Mick?

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What are you talking about? It's in the past.

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Look, this is... strictly confidential,

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but you know I work part-time for the council now?

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-I'm in planning.

-Are you?

-Yeah.

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Well, not everyone is happy about all the development plans.

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Obviously, I can't say who...

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but let's just say you're not the only one with questions.

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I don't expect it to go as smoothly as they're all making out.

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Thank you.

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For coming back.

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Earlier...

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I'm sorry.

0:24:530:24:54

Me too.

0:24:560:24:57

-See you later. Bye-bye.

-Catch up tomorrow, yeah?

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Yeah, that'd be great.

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It's like old times having Linda back, innit?

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Me and you are going out.

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Are we?

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You don't have to.

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We need to give these two a bit of space. If you know what I mean.

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I'll get my coat!

0:25:240:25:26

What you said earlier...

0:25:340:25:36

I say a lot of things.

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Mick's not been coping, has he?

0:25:380:25:40

Yeah, but you...

0:25:420:25:44

you had your mum.

0:25:440:25:46

He really needed me and I wasn't here.

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SHE SIGHS

0:26:310:26:33

Everything OK?

0:26:330:26:35

Yeah.

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I just can't wait to be married.

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Nan.

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Oh, sorry, I just fancied a chat.

0:27:020:27:06

I can't believe how quickly Lauren's wedding's coming around!

0:27:060:27:09

Oh, did you not know?

0:27:110:27:13

Missed this.

0:27:300:27:32

You.

0:27:320:27:33

Us.

0:27:330:27:35

Yeah.

0:27:350:27:37

Me too.

0:27:370:27:39

-Old trotters playing up?

-Yeah.

0:27:390:27:42

I love you.

0:27:500:27:51

I love you too.

0:27:530:27:55

-And...

-And it's because I love you...

0:27:550:27:57

that I need to tell you...

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No secrets, yeah?

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I think I'm in love with someone else.

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