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04/12/2017

Max finds himself in a dangerous position. Sharon is concerned that Phil is returning to his old ways with Aidan on the scene.


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You're not making any sense.

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The third of January.

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Then out.

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Now, what part of that don't you understand?

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Josh, what is all this?

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This is simple. You haven't paid what you owe.

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So, now, you're in breach of contract.

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Shame to see all this go.

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-What do you mean "go"?

-Demolished.

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New block of flats. Luxury living.

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-You can't do that.

-Oh, believe me, we can. We own it.

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And a few other properties, come to mention it.

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We'll be paying them a visit too.

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How many you got?

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Looking forward to it already.

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I've got to get out of here.

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Going so soon, Kathy?

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See you around.

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Max, what the hell's going on here?

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Now, where were we?

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BANG ON DOOR 'Carmel?

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'Carmel, open up, It's me, let me in.'

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BANG ON DOOR

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BANGING CONTINUES

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What's happening now?

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Are you still...bleeding?

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It's probably just early days, isn't it?

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My body adjusting.

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Did this happen with Pearl?

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If something was wrong, I'd have other symptoms, wouldn't I?

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I don't know.

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-Well, you must know. You're a nurse.

-Kim, I work with geriatrics.

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Half of my patients don't even know what kids look like.

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Look, it's not unusual, you are right.

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But I think we should get you to the hospital.

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You know, get you checked out, just as a precaution.

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I'll get the car.

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No, it's all right. Um...

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I'll go by myself.

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Yeah. Could you look after Pearl for me? I won't be long.

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I don't think you should be going on your own. Why don't I call Vincent?

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Well, you said it yourself, you know. It's just to be safe.

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What's the point of dragging him away from work?

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Yeah? So, um, thanks.

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Um, Sonia?

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Did this happen to you?

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With Bex?

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I didn't even know I was pregnant.

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Why did you tell us you'd knock ten grand off the bill?

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Ain't it obvious?

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-So they could do this.

-Just business, Mick.

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So this was the idea all along, was it?

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Feed us a load of lies and then chuck us out anyway!

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-We really can't take all the plaudits.

-Credit where credit's due.

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I'd like to propose a toast.

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To the man without whom none of this would be possible.

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Come on, Maxwell. Don't be shy.

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Cheers.

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-Max Branning.

-Maxwell.

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No-one got anything to say?

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-Well, that makes a change.

-You Judas!

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I've been called worse, Mick.

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A lot worse. By most of the people in this backstreet pub.

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-Max, you're serious? You're involved...with him?!

-Get out!

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And take Little Lord Fauntleroy with you!

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Listen to that, Luke! We're being told to leave our own property!

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Something a bit iffy with your reasoning there,

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if you don't mind me saying so.

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Now, there's a case of the proper stuff in the car, Maxwell.

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Would you do the honours?

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Today's been a long time coming. We have a lot of celebrating to do.

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Dad. None of this is supposed to be happening. I asked him.

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Josh told me.

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Denise, hi. Where's Mum?

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That's why I came back. I've been looking for you.

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I think you'd better go and find her.

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Yeah, I need to find mine as well.

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-All right. You wait here, OK?

-Yeah.

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Denny! Five minutes, then it's tea, OK?

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-You going out again?

-Is that a problem?

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Yeah, the food's almost ready.

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Well, it ain't a crime, is it? Missing a bit of dinner?

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-Phil, what is all this?

-All what?

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I'm not stupid. I can read the telltale signs.

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What telltale signs?

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You answering a question with a question.

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-Am I?

-PHONE RINGS

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Look, I'm just sorting out a bit of business, Sharon, that's all.

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-Yeah, well, what sort of business?

-Just a bit of business, Sharon. That's all.

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Hello.

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-Is that Aidan? Is that who you're doing business with?

-All right, OK.

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-All right, yes.

-Phil?

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Phil! Do not ignore me!

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Sharon, Ben is in hospital, OK?

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-'Mum?'

-FRONT DOOR CLOSES

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Mum, are you here?

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Mum?

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What's happened?

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I didn't know he was behind all this. Any of it.

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-Any of it? What does that mean?

-MOBILE RINGS

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Sharon?

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What?!

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Oh!

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-Mick, just keep calm.

-Calm?!

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What, with them vultures down there, picking over our bones?!

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We're not dead yet. But we will be if you kick off though.

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Kicking seven bells out of them ain't going to do any good.

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They'll just get fancy lawyers and get us out quicker.

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How can they change what we owe them? I just don't get it.

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-We've done everything we were told!

-Told, yeah.

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Think about it. Fi never actually put any of that in writing, did she?

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So we raise the money, all right? We've got most of it.

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A little bit of effort, we'll get the rest.

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Then we find out they've slapped on a penalty clause cos we're late. So we pay that.

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Then we find out they slapped on another penalty clause because that was late as well.

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-So, what you saying? There's nothing we can do?

-No.

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Ain't saying that.

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Johnny?

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'Bobby killed Lucy.'

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'What? You knew all this time and you just let me go down?'

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-'I'm so sorry.'

-'You're dead to me.'

-SIREN

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'Dead.'

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'I'm arresting you on suspicion...'

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'Bobby Beale was her son! You speak to her!

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'It was HER son! Bobby Beale!'

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'Keep your hands down.' SIRENS

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'It was her son!

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'Bobby! Bobby killed Lucy!'

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Who else they got their claws into?

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The Vic, and...?

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Take a good look round.

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While you still can.

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-The whole Square?!

-Get your hand off me.

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It's not polite, is it, to keep a lady waiting?

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-What happened?

-I don't know. I just found him.

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He was just laying there, like outside the Arches.

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-It's down to you, is it?

-What?

-You and your scummy mates?

-No!

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What's the idea? Nick some gear out the Arches?

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-Get your hands on some cash?

-I called the ambulance, all right? So get out my face!

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Phil! Is that right? Ben's been attacked?

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-I told you, it had nothing to do with me.

-Well, is he all right?

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I don't know. I ain't seen him yet.

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They think it's just some cuts and bruises.

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But um...

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But they've taken him in for a head scan, just to be sure.

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-I'll see you back at the Square.

-I've told you everything.

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I owe you.

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Mum?

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Will you talk to me? Please?

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Do you like this shade of red?

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Just forget about that for a minute, will you?

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Forget about my make-up?

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A girl must always look her best, sweetheart.

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No matter what life throws at you.

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You still have to scrub up.

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Everyone knows that.

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What's been thrown at you, Mum?

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More to the point, who's done it?

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Max.

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Yeah?

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Your boss said all of this was off the table and so did you.

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-Cos that's what he told me.

-You didn't believe him though, did you?

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I didn't know what to believe.

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Well, that's not what you said either.

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What was it, eh?

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Were you scared?

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-Scared of losing your precious little job?

-It's complicated.

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No, it's not.

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It's not. It's pretty simple, actually.

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You had a choice.

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And you made it.

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Our champagne's not going down too well.

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Good vintage, too.

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Shouldn't be a total waste.

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Oh, Max.

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The icing on the cake.

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I couldn't have put it better myself.

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So, what do you say?

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-What does she say to what?

-He's never!

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-Fi?

-No. Spell it out, Maxwell.

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This is the supposed to be the biggest day in a girl's life.

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Don't short-change her.

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Yeah, shouldn't you be down on one knee?

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Right, will you, um, do me the honour?

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Although that's been in pretty short supply so far,

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as far as you're concerned lately, hasn't it?

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The huge, huge honour...

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-Max, please, don't do this here.

-He's started now, Sophie.

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Don't make a man stop.

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..of being my wife?

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-What is happening?!

-Don't ask.

-Trust me, you don't want to know.

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I know my daughter, Maxwell.

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And I can tell you exactly what she's thinking right now.

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Is there a doctor in the house? Right, Sophie?

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Sorry, what are you talking about?

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-It's a simple enough question.

-Only she'd need a lobotomy first!

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Fi?

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I'm sorry.

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Oh, dear.

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This really isn't working out how you expected, is it?

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Ha-ha! Couldn't happen to a nicer bloke!

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Sorry, what is all this?

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You've been useful.

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Very useful.

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And we're grateful.

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-Aren't we, Luke?

-Every one of us.

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In fact, get the man another glass of bubbly. He deserves it.

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Have one of these as well.

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Only, so far as anything else is concerned,

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I really don't think so.

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-Here you go.

-GLASS SMASHES

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Mrs Fox-Hubbard?

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Treatment Room One.

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What, is it Carmel?

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Is that the problem?

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Cos you were the one who wanted me to get her on side.

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That was all your idea.

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-What you trying to say? What, it's over?

-I think he's finally worked it out.

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-Listen, can you just shut up, all right? She can speak for herself.

-Max, just come on.

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So it's all business?

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All right, fine. If that's how you want to play it.

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Actually, it's not even that, I'm afraid.

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What is that?

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It's your contract with Weyland and Co. Remember?

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The one that details your generous commission agreement.

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Sorry, where did you get that from?

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Got your first pay cheque too.

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We don't like ultimatums, Maxwell.

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-Makes us wonder if you're really a team player.

-One of us.

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And we've come to the conclusion you're not.

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-We've got a deal.

-Had a deal.

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Not any more.

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Right, our money's no good then, yeah?

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So, no matter how much money we've paid you back,

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we're still out on our ear?

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Listen to that, Luke.

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The sound of pennies finally dropping.

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As of now, we're still running this pub.

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-And if you CAN chuck us out in the New Year...

-There's no "if "about it.

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-We still call the shots till then.

-So, we're telling you to get out!

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-Now! Seriously! Before you get ironed out!

-Yeah!

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And if that money we've paid you ain't enough, that's simple too.

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You can just hand it back.

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Ah. Now, there might be a little problem there.

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-There's administrative costs.

-Rather a lot of them, I'm afraid.

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Dad, I really think we should leave now.

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You said you were on our side, you lying cow!

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Well, we've done all we came to do.

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And I'd like to say it's been a pleasure.

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But that's all to come.

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-Why don't we go and see your mummy?

-Look.

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Surprise her.

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Yeah?

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Who did this?

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Don't know.

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Just a couple of chancers.

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Chancers?

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I didn't see them.

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So, how do you know who they were, then?

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Well, did they take anything?

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I don't think so.

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You don't think so?

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-They didn't.

-So this is personal?

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I mean, you said it yourself. Nothing was stolen.

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So, this must be personal. Ben, who are you protecting?

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Why would I protect some lowlife who attacked me?

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A minute ago, it was a couple of chancers. Now, it's lowlife.

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What, is this private, is it?

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What?

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Domestic?

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What?

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Luke did this?!

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He sent a motor over.

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It was a bribe, more like.

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Turn a blind eye to what his psycho old man did to you.

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Now you see why I didn't want to say anything, I knew he'd go off on one.

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Dad?

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Dad, it's over.

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OK? End of.

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-He won't show his face round the Square again.

-But they're there now.

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-You what?

-The whole family. They're in the Vic.

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-Dad.

-Phil.

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Phil!

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Phil! Phil!

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-Don't be stupid!

-What? What, we just let him get away with this, do we?

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-No, I'm not saying that.

-Well, it sounds like it to me.

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-There are other ways of sorting this.

-Well, like what?

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Well, maybe there's witnesses.

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Maybe someone saw something.

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-Maybe we can get Ben to go the police and they can sort this out.

-Ben ain't a grass, is he?

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Oh, and what are you going to do, then?

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March round to the Vic and smash the place up?

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You don't know who they've got in there with them. And if that lot don't kill you,

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-then the police will cart you off and throw away the key.

-So?

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After what his old man did to you?

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After he put our son in hospital? You're saying, just roll over, yeah?

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No, I'm saying this is your brother talking, and not you.

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You're cleverer than this.

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Yes, there are ways of getting back at Luke and yes,

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you can make him pay for what he's done, but not like this.

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There's got to be another way, hasn't there?

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Phil!

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Mark Nicholson?

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Treatment Room One.

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Feels bitter, right now, Josh.

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I know.

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On the outside, looking in.

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But embrace it. Earn my trust.

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Just like your brother and sister have done.

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Believe me, this'll stand you in such good stead one day.

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You need to get him out of here.

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-Yeah, I will.

-No, right now, Jack.

-I said I will.

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So, this was the idea, was it, from the start?

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-From the minute you got here.

-Yeah, saying you could help.

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-See, I always knew you was a snake!

-This ain't just a business, Max.

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You know, this is our home. It's my home, it's my children's home!

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Did you know he was behind all this? He attacked my mum!

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-What are you talking about?

-Ask him! All right?

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Go and ask your new best mate! Ask him what he did to my mum!

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Ask him why the judge sent him down!

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-Right, that's it.

-Now, we haven't finished with him yet.

-Yes, you have.

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Yes, you all have. You got a problem with that, you'll have to go through me.

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-Why are you defending him?

-After everything he's done!

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He's my brother!

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Come on.

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Come on.

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-Let's go.

-That's it, go on.

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-Mick.

-Go on, Jack! Get him out of here!

-Mick, don't. Leave it.

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-Please.

-You! You got anything to say to me?

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Nah.

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No, no, no.

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Did you make him see sense?

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I think so. I don't envy Sharon, mind you.

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He's going to be walking round like a bear with a sore head

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for the rest of the night.

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So, why was Luke in the Vic?

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They came in mob-handed, the whole family.

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Made this big announcement, how they're the new owners now.

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The Vic?

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-How?

-I don't know. I didn't want to know either.

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I just wanted to get out of there.

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Oh, they are evil, Ben.

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They'll betray you as soon as look at you. Every single one of them.

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If Phil had gone after them again...

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It's nothing to do with him anyway.

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What?

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This ain't Dad's fight.

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Not much of a fight. I mean, look at you.

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Luke got lucky.

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Took me when I wasn't looking.

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Maybe next time, it'll be him looking the other way.

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Next time?

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Ben, I have just stopped your father from going off starting

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World War Three.

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Please don't tell me I'm going to have to do the same with you.

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I'm looking for Mrs Fox-Hubbard. It's all right, I've got her.

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Thank you.

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-Hey.

-Oh! Hello!

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Little Miss, how you doing?

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Yeah...

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-Have you been in yet?

-Yeah.

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And?

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Don't look at me like that. I didn't ask for your help, did I?

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Yeah, well. You want to thank your lucky stars that I did,

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with the lynch mob baying for your blood.

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There's a lot of lampposts out there, Max.

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I need a drink.

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Well, who did it?

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Says he don't know.

0:24:510:24:53

Well, didn't he say?

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Hit from behind.

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So there's nothing anyone can do about it?

0:24:550:24:58

No, it... It don't look like it.

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Is, um... Is there any food left, or did Dennis scoff it all?

0:25:030:25:06

No, there's some left.

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Aidan. It's me.

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Listen, I need a favour.

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A big favour.

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Max! What are you doing?!

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