11/08/2017 EastEnders


11/08/2017

Steven tries to regain control. Carmel gets a glimpse of Max's true colours.


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So, what's the deal with Whitney?

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Are you sharking on Whit's room?

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Well, yeah, if it's going spare?

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So, is she coming back?!

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What's this?

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-No, she's not.

-Well, can I have it?

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-Ollie's having it.

-Good idea.

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He's only little...

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I'm a fully grown woman sharing a room with her stinky sister.

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OK. Ollie can have your room and you two can get the spare.

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-Seriously?

-Sucks...

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Just do as your told, will yous?

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How much longer are you going to be kipping on there?

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-When?

-Today. My train's at 2.

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Well, why didn't you say?

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It was just a last-minute thing.

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My mum called me last night and...you were asleep.

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So what's the hurry?

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I want to tell Mum in person.

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Especially after what happened with Nan.

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OK, well, um... I'll come with you.

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-You've got appointments.

-Yeah, well, I'll just miss them.

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Like it's going to make any difference...

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Don't say that.

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Look, I'm sorry, but I could really do with just a couple of days

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to get my head straight.

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A couple of days away, just...just for me.

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OK, well, look, you can't tell her about the tumour.

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-Steven.

-Please. Babe.

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I just find it easier to carry on as if everything's normal.

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So... When do you think you'll be back?

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I'm not sure, maybe some time next week?

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So Monday...?

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I dunno.

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Well, I...I better get Louie ready.

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OK.

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Listen, you were supposed to vacate the property yesterday. So call me.

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Immediately.

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Long time. You sound stressed.

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Nah, nah. Not really.

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Good to see you looking well.

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How's Louise doing?

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Well, she's glad to be out of hospital.

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It'll be a long time before she's properly better.

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I'm sorry to hear that. You feel helpless, don't you?

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When your kids are in pain.

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Yeah, you just wish you could take it on for them, don't you?

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This'll have to do.

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DOOR OPENS

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You all right, lover boy?

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Funny.

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You treating her right?

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-Yeah.

-Good. Cos she's happy.

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So am I.

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Yes?

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Did you know about Lauren visiting Tanya?

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Did ya?

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No.

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Well, she is, and I need you to go and convince her it's a bad idea.

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Why would I do that?

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Good question, lover boy.

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So I'm right, then.

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You don't want anyone to know

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what you were up to in the Vic toilets the other night.

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Well, she's leaving at lunch. You've got to stop her.

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HE SCOFFS

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How am I supposed to do that?

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I have faith in you.

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Why don't you just date Fi? She's fit.

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-Why don't you just stay out of my business?

-Gladly.

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DOOR CLOSES

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I'm thinking the suite with the pool view?

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Oh, that's wonderful!

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Um...

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Well, I've only got five minutes

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and I need to check with a couple of people first.

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Can I ring you back?

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This is your direct line?

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Thanks so much, Theresa. That's fantastic.

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I'll...I'll call you back. Yeah, bye!

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Shaki. I need to tell you something.

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I've met someone.

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Max.

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Max Branning.

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Yeah, I heard you.

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And I'd like you to meet him properly.

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-Do I have to?

-Yes!

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He might be staying over from time to time.

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Can't you just tell me when he's going to be coming over,

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and I can stay on Kush's sofa or whatever?

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The point isn't to avoid him, the point is to get to know him.

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Are you getting married?

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Don't be silly. I'm too old to get married.

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Do you want a coffee? I cannot wake up today, me.

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I had one earlier.

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Ollie, earlier - I couldn't believe it,

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I gave him a duck and he started quaking.

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And he knew what a dog was and a...and a cow.

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Struggled with a pig, though, to be fair.

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Yeah, well he's been doing that for a while.

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Yeah, course he has.

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I feel like I've missed out on so much.

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So you're staying now? Your mum...

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-She's...

-Yeah, she's doing better than she has in ages.

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I'm going to go back today - pick up the rest of my stuff.

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That's such good news.

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Such good news.

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-I'll come with you, give you an hand.

-No, no, no.

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No, it's fine. It won't take me long.

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Besides, I've been dealing with it on my own for long enough.

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How long have I got to sleep on a settee?

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We'll talk about it later, all right?

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I'm trying.

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Bin that junk from the spare room.

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You going out?

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I dunno. Maybe. Why?

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No reason. I just thought it might be nice to get out, get a coffee.

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You've been hiding away so much.

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So?

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I know why Linda chucked you out.

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Nothing happened. Not really.

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Why, what did she say?

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Not much. But she seems pretty upset.

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It was a silly peck. It meant nothing.

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Is that why you can't look me in the eye?

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Look, you and Mick, you must've spent a lot of time together

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while Linda was away.

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You know, working together, you're living in the next room.

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-Stace, it weren't like that.

-He's a nice guy.

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You'd been let down, I could see why you'd start to have feelings.

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But it weren't just me! It was him an' all.

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Oh, what, the silly peck?

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All right.

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I suppose we both got a bit confused.

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It meant nothing, OK?

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I'm not a home-wrecker. That's why I went away.

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And got engaged to Woody?

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-I love Woody.

-Oh, Whit, you've known him five minutes!

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I do. I know he can make me happy, Stace. I know he can.

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-Whereas Mick, he's...

-Yeah, yeah. I get it.

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Please don't judge me.

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I ain't. I promise.

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I'm just worried about you.

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Well, it'll all blow over. It will, you'll see.

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OK.

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So, now you know, I was thinking Max and I could come on holiday too!

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Yeah, I don't see why not?

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-That'll just even up the numbers, won't it?

-Exactly.

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No more third wheeling.

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-We never said that, Mum!

-Course not!

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Well, now there's going to be no-one left out,

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we could sign up to loads of couples activities!

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-Great.

-That's amazing.

-Yeah.

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Although, it does up the ante a bit, don't it?

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-Do you think I can still get away with a bikini?

-No.

-Yeah.

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I am going to have to have a spray tan.

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-Oh, and, Kush...

-Yeah?

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You're coming over to dinner on Tuesday night.

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Max is meeting Shaki properly

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and I really need you there to keep the conversation flowing.

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This isn't happening.

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Oh, come on. She's excited, we can't spoil it for her.

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And besides, it's nice you get to spend some more time with your mum.

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-Yeah...

-Not everyone's got such a tight-knit family.

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Anyway, look, I've only got an hour so... I'll see you later.

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Yeah, yeah. See ya.

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Mick.

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You throwing her stuff out?

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Yeah.

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Doesn't look like you've got started.

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It feels like a liberty binning it.

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Maybe I should call her, see what she wants me to do with it, or...

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Don't be an idiot, Mick.

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Do what Linda says, bag it all up and put it on the street.

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It wasn't her fault though. I don't want her to get all the blame.

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You start sticking up for her, you're going to lose Linda.

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-And your family. Is that what you want?

-No.

-Good!

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PHONE RINGS

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How you doing?

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No, no, not yet.

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I've left a couple of messages for the tenants,

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but they've not got back yet.

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Yeah, but I'm aware of that and I'm dealing with it.

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Hm. Right charmer.

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No, it's just a colleague at work. He's not big on manners.

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What you need...

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-is a little bit of TLC.

-Yeah. Yeah, I wish.

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Feels nice doesn't it? Being able to do this in public.

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Yeah.

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Good, because, well, after the other night,

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I thought it was pointless keeping it from the boys.

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So I told Shaki.

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And I've arranged dinner for Tuesday evening.

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Right.

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Invite the girls. What do you think?

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Yeah, maybe.

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You have told them...about us?

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No, not yet.

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Oh, right. But it's important, isn't it?

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I mean, we get off on the right foot.

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I don't want them thinking I'm trying to be their mother or something.

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What? Why's that funny?

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Just they ain't going to think that, are they?

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They're grown women.

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It's not like we're getting married.

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No, course not. Sorry if I sounded a bit full-on.

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It's just...

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You know, when you made that announcement the other night,

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it was...

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Well, it really meant something.

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Sorry, am I keeping you?

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No.

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Are you OK? Only I'm...

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-I'm getting a sort of vibe, like...

-I'm working.

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Right. Well, Tuesday evening.

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-Put it in the diary, yeah?

-Yeah, I'll let you know.

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Actually, I tell you what. Don't bother.

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I've clearly got the wrong end of the stick here. I...

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I thought we were starting a grown-up relationship,

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but I forgot.

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I'm dating a middle-aged school boy.

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Is Linda joining us?

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-She's not here today.

-Where is she?

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Picking up the rest of her stuff from her mother's.

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Right. Well, I'm really pleased she's back, but the reason that I

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called this meeting was to find out what's going on with the staff...

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and Linda taking off on a whim is exactly my case in point.

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It's Linda's first week back, so couldn't give it five minutes

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before you go on the attack, could you?

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I'm not going on the attack.

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I just want to get everything clear.

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For example - Whitney leaving, again.

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Is that a permanent decision,

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or is it something that's going to be reversed?

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It's permanent.

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And Linda's her direct replacement?

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Linda's the governor. Whitney's a barmaid.

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You know, Whitney was really popular.

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If we're losing a younger crowd because of her,

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then I think we need to address it.

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Point taken, Fi. Point taken.

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But...

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Let's just make things clear, CRYSTAL CLEAR,

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Linda's back, so this place is going to start getting back to normal.

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This is a family-run pub, we know what the people want.

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So I think it's about time we got rid of this old thing, don't you?

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Have you even looked at them?

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Let's have a pipe.

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HE CLEARS THROAT

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-READS:

-"Scrap the new craft ale.

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"It tastes like dog wee."

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It's a strong old suggestion.

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I don't think I'll be renewing the order.

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Fine.

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But if you and Linda are trading on "the authentic family gaffe",

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then I suggest you keep your domestics upstairs.

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While I'm here, I might as well do a spot check.

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Knock yourself out, girl.

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BANGING ON DOOR

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You're cutting it fine, aren't you?

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You all right, Lauren?

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Dad, if you're here to talk about you snogging Carmel's

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-face off, then I ain't got time.

-No, no, no.

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I'm not here to talk about that.

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You're going to go and visit Mum?

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Yeah. Yeah. Just for a few days.

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-Why? Did Steven tell you?

-Yeah, yeah, yeah.

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I bumped into him earlier.

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-What?

-No, I just wanted to pop over...

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and just to say have a great time.

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Yeah, just give your brother a hug and say hello to your mum?

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-Yeah, I will do.

-OK, see you later.

-Max...

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Yeah?

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You sure there's nothing else?

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Yeah.

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Think about it, Max...

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Think about what?

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I don't know. No idea.

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You and Carmel? How you're an item now?

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Yeah, well... I mean, she's not your usual type, is she, Dad?

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-Well, what's that mean?

-Well... Younger.

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Yeah, well, it is what it is.

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-I ain't really gotta discuss that with my daughter, have I?

-No. Nope.

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-KLAXON BEEPS

-Right, that'll be my cab.

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Babe, could you grab Louie for me and I'll take these out?

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-See ya!

-See you later.

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What're you playing at?

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Nothing.

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Max, I'm serious, OK. I will tell Carmel about Fi.

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Yeah, you could do that. But, see, I could take or leave Carmel.

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Ah, right.

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That's not exactly how you feel about Lauren, is it?

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See blackmail only works when you're holding a trump card.

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Thanks, mate. Just for reminding me of that.

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HE SIGHS

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What is it?

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It's from Denise, it's a...

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..copy of a letter from...

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..the baby's parents.

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It's...an update.

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Right.

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Is he doing well?

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Well, they obviously love him. That's all a kid needs, innit?

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Yeah.

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-Fancy a cuppa?

-I'll make it.

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Linda. You OK?

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No, not really.

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Come on. Let me buy you a cup of tea.

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Thank you for coming in early.

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I'm going to get that rota sorted as soon as possible.

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Having a clear out?

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Sort of.

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Is that Whit's?

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What, you just going to throw it out? That's low, Mick.

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It's complicated, Stace.

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-She's gone AWOL and...

-No, she hasn't. She's at mine.

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Oh, since when?

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Since Linda chucked her out. She didn't want me to say anything.

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Oh, right. She sweet?

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Yeah, fine. Why?

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Leave that stuff, I'll take it when I've finished my shift.

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Thank you.

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So he told you, then?

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Yeah, he said you'd had a falling out.

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What exactly did he say?

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Look, Linda, I don't really want to...

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Why'd you ask me in here for a chat if you didn't want to talk about it?

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Look, I've seen him this past year.

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All right? He ain't been himself without you.

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But he's lucky, I mean, you're back.

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And there might be a couple of bumps in the road,

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but you two, you're never going to break apart, are you?

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Come on, you two, you're like Burton and Taylor, ain't you?

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They split up twice.

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-HE CHOKES

-All right. Posh and Becks.

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I wish Mick looked that good in his pants.

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THEY LAUGH

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SHE SIGHS

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You... You think I should forgive him already?

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Well, you're going to, aren't you?

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So why don't you save yourself the heartache

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and go to the bit where you do?

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There you go, sweetheart.

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Carmel? Have you got a minute?

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Well, I've got to be back at work in five.

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Please.

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Look, I just wanted to say sorry for earlier.

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Just caught me at a bad moment, that's all.

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Didn't realise I had to pick them.

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So who have I got this afternoon, Mr Hyde or...?

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No. I'm just human, ain't I?

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No, it's just work. It's doing my head in.

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Just for that moment, I just couldn't concentrate on dates

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and meetings and...

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I understand.

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It's not an excuse, I know,

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but I am trying to deal with my feelings in a sort of...

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more mature, healthy way.

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Listen, I do want to get to know Shakil.

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And I will tell Lauren and Abi, but they've got busy lives.

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Now, there's no rush, is there? I mean, I'm not going anywhere.

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Are you?

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No.

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Do you want a cup of tea?

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Uh, no, I do need to get back to work - sorry.

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But Tuesday's in the diary and I'm looking forward to it.

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Me too. And thanks for the flowers.

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You all right, mate?

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I've just thought of a way you can repay me.

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Where are you?

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CHILDREN GIGGLE

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Beautiful!

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Yeah, real cover girl.

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Well, I looked a mess after digging at the allotment - much better now!

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Oh, listen, um... I'll take them next time.

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And I've been thinking, you know, about the camping trip.

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Maybe I dismissed it too quickly.

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We're going?!

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-Really?

-Yay!

-Hey!

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-But, listen, we're only going for one night, yeah?

-OK.

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All right. Get down, get off!

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What made you change your mind?

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Well, I looked in the mirror and I saw a grumpy old man.

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It wasn't always that way. Was it?

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No, it wasn't!

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WATER RUNS

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Louise is still asleep.

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Well, she needs it.

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I've been thinking about things.

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Sounds ominous.

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You know, getting that letter, it's made me

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realise, you know, to that kid out there, I'm just some DNA, ain't I?

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Don't torture yourself.

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I'm not. I'm just saying that's how it is, innit?

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Just any idiot can have a kid.

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Being a parent,

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you know, that's a different thing altogether.

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Yeah.

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Sharon...

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..I want to adopt Dennis.

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Mick?

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I just bought your stuff back.

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In bin bags. Classy, innit?

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-Sorry, I didn't have any bags...

-Mick. Why'd you have to tell her?

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So you still got the hump with me?

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Course I have. You've made me look like a home-wrecker.

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I didn't ask for this. I said we were done.

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It is done. I needed to be honest with Linda.

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Oh, yeah. The bedrock of your marriage.

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Yes. You'll learn that.

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-Don't patronise me, Mick.

-I'm not.

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Can I come in?

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You look tired.

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So do you.

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Been sleeping on the settee.

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Oh, she ain't forgiven you, then?

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Sorry, it's none of my business.

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I feel like a stranger in my own house. It's understandable, really.

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It's good to see you.

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I'm happy with Woody.

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He's like a breath of fresh air.

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So what is it that you wanted to say, Mick?

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-Open it.

-What is it?

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Just a couple of hundred shots - it ain't much, but...

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-What, dirty money?

-No, no.

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It's what you would've earned if you'd worked this week.

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-Call it a redundancy.

-I don't want it.

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It's my fault that Linda sacked you, OK? It's my fault.

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I understand why you hate me.

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I don't hate you. I've moved on.

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We're over. Take that away, please.

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DOOR CLOSES

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Where's Mick?

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I dunno. It's been muggins here for the last half hour.

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Linda, could I have a word about Shirley?

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Why don't you have a word to her face?

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Fine.

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I've spoken to you before about using the till as your own

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-private cash point.

-Excuse me?

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-£200 is missing.

-Are you losing the plot, Fi-Fi?

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-I don't even have a fob key!

-Well, maybe you used somebody else's.

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Don't be ridiculous! I wouldn't steal from my own family.

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Linda, this really is getting out of hand.

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-Now, hang on a minute...

-What's happened?

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She's just accused me of thieving from the till.

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What?

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That was me. I'm sorry. I should've said something.

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Yeah. You should have.

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Why would you take 200 quid out the till?

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I needed to...

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Oh, I see. You needed to pay off your tart?

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Don't call her that.

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Look, I think we should just forget I said anything this morning.

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I'm sorry, it was below the belt and I won't bring it up again.

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Mm. That's beautiful, yeah.

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No, I appreciate it.

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It takes a big man to apologise.

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But unfortunately, Steven, it's a bit late for all that.

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I've got some tenants who are refusing to move out.

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I want you to give them a little push.

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A push? Why would they listen to me?

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I don't know.

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But if they don't,

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you'll have to explain to Lauren why you made up a brain tumour.

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I've got faith in you.

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