13/11/2017 EastEnders


13/11/2017

Phil is forced to takes matters into his own hands. Mick comes to a decision about The Vic.


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Yes, Ritchie. I'm doing it now.

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Got him. Willmott-Brown's son.

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What's he doing with Ben?

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Well, find out, will you?

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And I can't believe that your mum gave us 20 quid for the gig tonight!

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-Yes, for the taxi.

-Yeah, as if! Dad, is that my laptop?

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-Ben...

-Dad!

-Call me as soon as you can, yeah?

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-Dad, it's private. Sharon, tell him he can't use my laptop!

-I saw him on his way home.

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There is zero privacy around here.

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All right, calm down. What is it? Is he looking at vintage cars?

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Actually, he's stalking Ben's new fella.

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Zero privacy!

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You're not even meant to pick me up for another hour.

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I couldn't wait, could I?

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You're going to have to. I need to change.

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You look all right to me.

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-You perv!

-It's a shame about this, though.

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-Oh, don't!

-Was it when I came in?

-No, let's not start!

-Let me have a look.

-No!

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THEY GIGGLE

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Is Ben in?

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You mean the love-sick teenager? Yeah, he's right there.

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Phil!

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Dad! You all right?

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Yeah, I, er... I wanted a word, as it happens.

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Yep, course. What's up?

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If it's private, I can...

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Yeah, I mean, he needs to go home and get changed, anyway.

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Oh, it's me who needs to get changed now?

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You're not taking me out in your suit. Go put a clean shirt on!

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-So bossy!

-Stop! Stop!

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Listen... It can keep, all right?

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-All right. Well, if you're sure?

-Yeah.

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-All right, pop by work tomorrow.

-All right.

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Told you, didn't I? Love-sick teenager.

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-PHONE RINGS

-Shut up!

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Work. Boring.

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Steady!

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It's me. They've called me in.

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I think they're finally giving up.

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Listen to it.

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It'll never be enough, though.

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-You sure about this?

-No.

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-I thought we agreed we'd keep it in the family.

-It's our only option.

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Well, it sounds like failure.

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-Basically is.

-I'm not going to go over it again.

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I'm going to let Tracey shoot off,

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and then I'm going to break it to 'em,

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so a bit of support would be much appreciated.

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Yeah, well, I'm not having any part of it.

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I'm out of here.

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Five messages today!

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Shame there's only so much Robbie to go round, eh, Martin?

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Martin?

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Sorry, mate. Um... Hope's coming home tomorrow.

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Finally! You excited?

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Yeah, of course.

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Right, someone in our house has got a cold.

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That is full up with snotty tissues.

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PHONE BEEPS There's another one!

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Well, it ain't me.

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Well, I can't bring Hope home in a house full of germs, Martin.

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It's obviously Woody or Whit, innit?

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Can't exactly ask 'em not to be ill.

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Well, she's coming home tomorrow.

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Johnny, ring the bell.

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Ladies and gentlemen!

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I've got an announcement to make, so come and get a refill.

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It's all on the house. I don't want to see any empty glasses.

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Is buying everyone a drink the quickest way to make 50 grand?

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HE COUGHS

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PHONE RINGS

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Martin. Yeah, yeah, she's actually meeting me here now, mate.

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Yeah, all right. We'll pop over.

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All right?

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Well, you ain't got to lie awake at night,

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thinking about napkins no more.

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-Our wedding?

-Oh, yeah. Sorry, babe.

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Are you still feeling sick?

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-I feel horrible, honestly.

-Oh!

-And Martin wants to meet us...

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..for a chat.

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I was just looking at his page thing, that's all.

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Sharon, I'll be home soon, all right? You can have a go at me personally, yeah?

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Oh, in the doghouse?

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You, er...

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You got a sec? It's about Ben and Luke.

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Oh, have you seen them together? They're so cute!

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Yeah, like love-sick teenagers, I know.

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Oh, stop it, Phil! At least give 'em a chance.

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I can't.

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Luke is Willmott-Brown's son.

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What?

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It's easy with Bex.

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You should hear me trying to find encouraging words

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for Samuel Philpott's violin playing.

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Is it that bad?

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There's a note in the staff room

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promising a reward for any teacher who confiscates it.

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His dad passed it out at parents' evening.

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Oh, you're pulling my leg!

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No, but seriously, I mean, Bex has got

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so much more confident with her music now, you know?

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-She wants to take on the world.

-I've created a monster.

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No, you have created a confident young woman.

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And I'm really grateful for that. We both are.

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-PHONE RINGS

-Oh!

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You said it'd ring.

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You know, the one night I've got this house to myself, and they put me on call!

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-I know.

-See if I can get rid of it, yeah?

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Hello? Yeah, you all right? Is there really no-one else?

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Shaks has actually blocked me.

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Are you going to go on about this all night?

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-Well, it's just stupid.

-Why are you bothered?

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No way!

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I'm so sorry. All right, I won't be long.

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-You sure you want to wait?

-Want me to start cooking?

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No, it's only pasta. Won't take long.

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-All right?

-All right.

-See you soon.

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That's why she wanted us to go to the gig so bad.

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Do you think she does it with Mr Pryce in your gran's house? Cos that's rank!

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YOU went to see Willmott-Brown?

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Course I did.

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Why did Ian have to involve you?

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Because he's worried about you. Anyway, it's done now, innit?

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Well, what does his son want with Ben?

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I don't know.

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Do you think Luke knows...who I am?

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What, you think it's just a coincidence?

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Well, they met when he was surveying the pub, right?

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So maybe he just mentioned my name to his dad,

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and that's why he came to see me.

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Or he knows, and he's gone for Ben on purpose.

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But why?

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I don't know. Revenge?

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Well, I'm the one who should want revenge.

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Look, do you think Ben's in danger?

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All I know is I don't want him seeing Luke any more.

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I went round there today to tell him to get rid, but...

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But what?

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You didn't tell him what happened, did you?

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Look, I don't want it all being dragged up again.

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I don't want him to know that about me.

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Can't just let it go on, can we?

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No, I know that, but... Just find another way.

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Please, Phil, you can't tell him.

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Bex!

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I'll meet you at the gig. I just want to talk to him.

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Yeah, right!

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-WHISPERS:

-Please?

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Son?

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Hey! What are you doing here?

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-Having dinner...with your mum.

-Mm.

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She just had to nip out for work.

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She could be hours when she does that.

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She said she wouldn't be long.

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I'll wait with you, then.

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I thought you were at a gig.

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Decided against it.

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Ooh! Is that bubbly?

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Yeah. For me and your mum.

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You teachers are so boring! Cup of tea it is, then.

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Hello! How's Janet doing?

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-Yeah, she's getting there, isn't she?

-Yep, back to school tomorrow.

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-Oh, lovely!

-So what's all this about, then?

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All will be revealed, don't you worry.

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-There you go.

-How much is that, mate?

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-No, no, no, you're all right. Go on.

-Are you sure?

-Yeah.

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There you go.

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-Oh, thanks.

-Cheers.

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So...how are the wedding plans coming along?

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-Yeah, good.

-Good.

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Woody said that you sounded a bit serious on the phone.

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Yeah, um...

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Well, as you know, obviously, Hope's coming home tomorrow.

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Yeah, I know. We're really excited.

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But her health is the most important thing.

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So, the thing is...

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You need some space to get her settled in. We get it.

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Oh, of course. That's fine. Sorry, we didn't think.

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-Yeah?

-Yeah.

-Oh, that's a relief.

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We can get a hotel. It'll be an adventure, won't it?

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Yeah, it'll be great. It'll be like a pre-wedding honeymoon. We can stay in that one in Leyton.

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-You know, the boutique one?

-Yeah. Yeah, all right.

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Well...not just for the night, though.

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Oh, how long?

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Two nights? A week?

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Can't get a hotel indefinitely.

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No.

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No, you can't.

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Oh. You want us to move out, don't you?

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What, by tomorrow?

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You're being very enigmatic about this announcement.

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Bet you're on the edge of your seat, ain't you?

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If it wasn't for me, it'd be 60 grand.

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It might as well be 60 mil.

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It's busy in here, innit?

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Anyone would think this pub was a roaring success.

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That surveyor you had - Luke.

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What, the geezer seeing your son?

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You got his number? I want my place done.

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Can't you ask Ben?

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-Can't get hold of him.

-Surveying emergency, is it?

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Luke only does commercial.

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Just give me his number, will you, Mick?

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Been signed by a label yet?

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You'd know about it if I had.

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Yeah, your mum wouldn't be able to keep a lid on that, I guess.

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I meant, I would have told you. Before anyone else, probably.

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Me?

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Yeah, you.

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Sorry, what was wrong with the gig?

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Your mum said you were excited.

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You trying to get rid of me?

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Yes, actually.

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As if you don't want me here!

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Bex, I really like your mum.

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Oh, please! The candles, the champagne.

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Look, I know you're just doing this to get to me.

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Let's be very clear about this.

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-That would be a first!

-I'm here for Sonia. I like Sonia.

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And what would she think if she knew about us?

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Us?

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Well, she'll be home soon, so maybe we should find out.

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-HONEY:

-I wonder what this big pronunciation is going to be?

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Oh, it'll just be Mick being dramatic!

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He'll have a new pale ale in or something.

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Have you heard all this rubbish Robbie's talking about, these dates?

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Hi, it's me. Are you getting any of my calls?

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I think Phil's onto you.

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PHONE RINGS

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I hope you know what you're doing.

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Come on, Mick, let's hear it, mate. We're all ready.

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-What's it all about?

-All right, OK.

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-Er...listen, everyone.

-Sh! Sh!

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We know the history of this place.

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Some of you, you've been coming in here for years.

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We knew it was a big responsibility, you know, when we took it on.

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Apart from L putting in a bit of moody wallpaper upstairs,

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we know... we know just how you like it.

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It's like a home from home, innit?

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Yeah!

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You know, Winston over there, losing on the horses.

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Cheers, pal!

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Robbie over there, having a lips-up with an invisible treacle.

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She ain't invisible!

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But we've let you down. I'm sorry.

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We've just had a big renovation bill come in and we can't pay it.

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So, yeah, we've got no choice.

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With a lot of-soul searching,

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we've got to hand the Vic over to the freeholders.

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You're kidding!

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We're sorry, all right? We really are.

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This is awful.

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This bill, how much is it?

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50 bags, Carmel.

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If I had it, I'd whack it on the table now.

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What's going to happen to it, then?

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Well, it'll probably get turned into a theme pub - Ye Olde East End.

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Oh, leave off! Well, that's why we've invited young Fi.

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Fi, my little darling,

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do you want to explain what you're going to do to this beautiful gaff?

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Well, I don't really have the authority.

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Well, you got 10K knocked off the bill.

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I'm sure you've got a little bit of clout about you.

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-Not really.

-Yeah, but they want reassurance, don't you?

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-ALL:

-Yeah.

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You know what the general idea is.

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-Yeah, we do, don't we?

-Mm.

-They don't.

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Do you want me to do it for you?

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OK, so the freeholders, they're going to be selling to developers.

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SHOCKED GASPS

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So, yeah, this may well not be a boozer any more.

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SURPRISED CHATTERING

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So what's good here?

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You won't be staying long enough to eat.

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Not even a smoothie?

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What do you want with my son?

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Ben warned me this might happen. The third degree.

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I said, what do you want with my son?

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I was hoping that we got past all this.

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You get used to it, as a gay man -

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dads who haven't caught up yet, think it's still the 1950s.

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Listen, I'm going to ask you one more time.

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WHAT do you want with my son?

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If you're worried I'm just in it for the sex, don't be.

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I like him.

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So your old man caught up, has he?

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He knows it's 2017?

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Oh, my dad is a very modern man.

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Prison must have worked out for him, then, eh?

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Now, you leave Ben alone. You jog on without saying a word.

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And I won't dig up the past.

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Does Kathy want the past dug up?

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Your dad already had a go at that.

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So Ben knows now, does he?

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Thought not.

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Was that all?

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Better get going. Wouldn't want to keep your son waiting.

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You can't do this to our pub!

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We're going to write to the council!

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-We can fight it.

-Too right, we will!

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Nothing's been decided yet.

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I mean, obviously, we'll take everybody's views into consideration.

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Properly ambushed.

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Yeah, cos you developers are all heart.

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Almost feel sorry for her.

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Well, I'm sorry, we just won't let you get away with this.

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There'll be protests, you know, revolutions.

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Look at Honey Guevara over there.

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It's not like we're closing tomorrow.

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You know, the handover's going to take time.

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I reckon 50 ain't actually that much, you know,

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-if we all get involved.

-Yeah, me too, actually.

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Yeah, listen, we can have a whip round. I'll stick in £1.20.

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That going to stretch to all five dates, yeah, Rob?

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-I'm talking about doing, like, a fundraiser.

-Yes, like a fun run.

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Or what about if we do something like a supper club? Yeah?

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Billy, help out.

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WHISPERS: If we want real money, we should crowdfund it online.

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-We should crowdfund it!

-Online.

-Online!

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-Strong idea, Bill.

-Thanks.

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Billy, you don't know anything about being online.

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Wasn't Shirley going to abseil down the Vic?

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Well, you can break it to her. She gets vertigo walking up the stairs!

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Yeah, but there isn't enough time for this. The building...

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You sound like you want us to fail!

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No, of course I don't.

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All right. A grand...

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says that Shirley won't wing-walk on an aeroplane.

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Or do you want this place to fail?

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All right, well, make the cheque payable to Michael Carter.

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CHEERING AND WHISTLING

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Mick!

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I'll deal with me mother, don't worry.

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You won't tell her.

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No? Watch me.

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You haven't told anyone.

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Like, aren't you supposed to report it if you kiss a pupil?

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-YOU kissed ME!

-Yeah, right!

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You kissed me. You leaned in and kissed me!

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And you responded.

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For a second. I was in shock. The explosion...

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I didn't know what was what.

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You weren't the only one that was having a bad time.

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My point exactly. We weren't ourselves.

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-I didn't report it because...

-It meant something.

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Because it didn't mean anything at all.

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Here you go, gorgeous.

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Oh! Hope you don't mind coming here.

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Could do without the whole square keeping tabs.

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Luke?

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What's up? You've barely said a word since we got here.

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Yeah. Well, that's cos there's something you need to know.

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Ooh! Sounds serious. Don't tell me you're straight after all?

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Your old man had a word earlier.

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Said I should never speak to you again,

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and before he tells you why...

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He did what?

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Look, he had his reasons.

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-Ben.

-Right!

-Ben!

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Dad, yeah.

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Yeah, I know I said they were ready to give up, but I was wrong.

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OK, sure.

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-Move!

-Watch it!

-Ben!

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Luke! Dad wants us.

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-I'm in the middle of something.

-I don't care. He's not happy.

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We're having dinner in here tonight, love. It's just us.

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So how long was he inside?

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For fraud? Right.

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Well, keep digging, yeah?

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I said we're having dinner in the kitchen.

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You're up to something.

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Stalking Luke online, whispering down the phone in here.

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You're imagining things.

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Am I?

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Dad?

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DOOR SLAMS SHUT

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Are you actually having a laugh?

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-Did you think he wouldn't tell me?

-What have you done now?

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Tell her. Go on!

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You coward! He told Luke to dump me.

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Ben, you don't know him, all right? He's...

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He's been inside, he's done time.

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So have I. So have you.

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This is different, all right? It's for fraud.

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He told me all about it.

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It was one of those cute little things

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we had in common, like our favourite film.

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Listen, you don't know him.

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No, but I know you, you ignorant, bitter old man!

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You don't understand, all right?

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Go on, then. Go on, what's so bad about Luke?

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Come on, tell me!

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DOOR SLAMS SHUT

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Back in a sec.

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You are a jammy so-and-so! I can't believe it actually worked.

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I know. Listen, even if we don't raise the money,

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they're going to have murders if they want to sell.

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Oh, well, don't worry. No, honestly, it's fine.

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Don't worry.

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OK. Yeah, we will. We'll catch up soon.

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Bye! Bye!

0:21:580:22:00

-Any luck?

-No.

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-All right?

-Yeah.

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-Johnny's taking suggestions, babe, if...

-Oh, no, it's all right.

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I was just going to ask you how you would feel about

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Whitney and Woody staying here?

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As in, living here? Good one!

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But they'll pay rent.

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It's just...Hope's coming home tomorrow.

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Oh, of course. How are you? Are you OK? It's all right if you're not.

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Me? Yeah, I'm fine. I just need to keep it family -

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-just me, Martin and the kids.

-Stacey...

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Look, they've been really nice about it, they've moved out,

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they just haven't got anywhere to go.

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They can get a hotel.

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-Yeah, but for how long?

-That ain't my problem.

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Linda, look, I know what I'm asking.

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I do. But, out of all people, you understand what I'm going through.

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What do you think? Do the right thing, let 'em stay?

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Only until they find something else.

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I'm guessing it went badly?

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You didn't tell him?

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I said I wouldn't, didn't I?

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So how DID you do it?

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I didn't.

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Him and Luke, I ain't seen Ben that happy in years, maybe never.

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Yeah, but it's fake, Phil. He's being used.

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All cos of something that happened even before he was born.

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It's like he's cursed.

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Oh, don't say that!

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So, what? We just keep an eye on 'em?

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-I ain't just sitting around, waiting for something to happen.

-Well, what, then?

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Well, if Luke won't walk, I'll make him walk.

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Ben will hate you. If you hurt Luke, you'll lose him forever.

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Being a dad ain't about being liked.

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Come with me.

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Oi! Guess who's found you a place.

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What, really?

0:24:170:24:18

Where?

0:24:180:24:20

Let me just get you a drink, and I'll tell you after.

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See?

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I don't believe it meant nothing.

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Do you want your mum to get hurt?

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-No.

-Then stop this stupid game.

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Look, this isn't a game!

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You've made this fantasy based on one silly moment and now you're

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ready to ruin something really special between me and your mum.

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Why should I believe you meant it with her if you didn't with me?

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If you won't stop this, I see no other option but to tell her.

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You wouldn't dare.

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She'll be angry, but once she sees how one-sided this is...

0:24:460:24:49

Stop saying that!

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Right, you tell her, and you will lose me properly, I swear!

0:24:500:24:54

DOOR OPENS

0:24:540:24:56

-Hello?

-Don't.

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Sorry I was so long. It was hard...

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Hello, Bex. Thought you were out tonight?

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There's something you need to know.

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What?

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Don't.

0:25:160:25:17

Is everything OK?

0:25:200:25:21

Bex kissed me.

0:25:240:25:25

Luke, please pick up.

0:25:360:25:40

I just want you to know that I don't care what my dad thinks.

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Call me, yeah?

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KNOCK ON DOOR

0:25:490:25:50

You need to hear him out.

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Why?

0:26:100:26:12

You know Luke ain't answering my calls? You've ruined it.

0:26:120:26:16

Your dad wants to apologise.

0:26:160:26:17

He knows what he did was wrong.

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Yeah?

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He doesn't want this to destroy things between you both.

0:26:250:26:28

You and Luke have his blessing.

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And he said all this, did he? Him?

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Tell him.

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You can't keep letting the past ruin things now.

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Oh, he can. Over and over.

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Tell him you're sorry, Phil.

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Let's just forget all about this and move on.

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I know you. We're past sorry

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was the last time I forgave you, or the time before that.

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I don't want him in my life no more.

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He ain't my dad.

0:26:550:26:56

Ben, he's just been telling me how happy you've been.

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Oh, as if he's even noticed!

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He would rather I was alone and miserable!

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No, that's not true.

0:27:050:27:06

He did what he did because he loves you.

0:27:060:27:09

What kind of love is that?

0:27:090:27:11

Get out. Now!

0:27:150:27:18

He was protecting you.

0:27:180:27:19

From what? Being happy?

0:27:190:27:22

Get out! This is my house,

0:27:240:27:28

I pay for it with my money from my business. I don't need you no more!

0:27:280:27:31

He was protecting you from Luke's dad!

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Kathy, you don't have to do this.

0:27:330:27:35

What, and watch the pair of you go to war? No.

0:27:350:27:37

What don't you have to do?

0:27:370:27:39

Why do I need protecting from Luke's dad?

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Because...

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Because...he raped me.

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