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05/12/2017

Phil continues to show Vincent up. Kathy lets her anger be known but she is floored when she learns the truth.


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Right, let's knock on a few doors, shall we?

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See if we can persuade a few more rats to leave the sinking ship.

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Excuse me, miss.

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Do you know Max Branning?

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Right, I'm going to get some breakfast on.

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Not for me, thanks, mate. I've got things to do.

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Well, you can't have that much on today, not after last night.

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-It's just a misunderstanding, that's all.

-A what?

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Just crossed wires.

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Max, your so-called colleagues hung you out to dry

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in front of about 100 different witnesses.

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Yeah, well, Fi weren't any part of that, was she?

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Mind you, you did a pretty good job of that yourself with Carmel.

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Fi didn't have a clue what was going on, did she?

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And how long's this been going on for?

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I know her, all right? I'll sort it out..

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Max? There's...someone here for you. From Weyland.

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Thought I'd save you a trip.

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Had Security clear out your desk.

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Not that you'd be able to get back into the office anyway.

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Brothers in arms.

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That's what you used to say we were, back in prison.

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Yeah, I lied.

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Max! Get back! You, get out.

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Nothing here for me anyway. Not any more.

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How's Ben?

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Yeah, Mum's gone to pick him up. The hospital let him out today.

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You going out?

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Yeah, I'm actually going to work.

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Still got to feed Louie.

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Don't tell me. I know, I'm a traitor.

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Working for the company that's working against the whole Square.

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-I didn't say that.

-Yeah, you didn't have to.

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And I wasn't thinking it either.

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People in glass houses...

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Meaning?

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Do you want me to have the little one today?

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Thanks.

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You know, it's not just the money.

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Just want to know where I stand.

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I dunno, maybe I don't.

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Maybe - maybe I've been played like a mug, like everybody else.

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But I just need to know.

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Give Louie a kiss for me.

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Yeah.

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I didn't hear you come in last night.

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Yeah, it was flat out at The Albert.

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You know, everyone that came in ended up, like, you know,

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drowning their sorrows, you know.

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I mean, you had a bit of a busy evening yourself, though, yeah?

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No, I noticed when I logged on.

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Level 762 - I mean, that's impressive.

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I wasn't playing computer games last night.

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What were you doing?

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Vincent...

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What are you doing?

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Um...just a bit of business.

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Business? The Albert is closed - where are you going?

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-I won't be long.

-And where is "Won't Be Long"?

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I like that - where is it?

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I still say you should've let me get us a taxi.

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I'm fine. Told you, you didn't need to come and pick me up neither.

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Yeah, well, I gave in on the taxi.

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So you can give in on me bringing you home.

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Oh, Ben, leave it, please.

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You already said that.

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I already told you, I am.

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You told me, yeah. And that's what I wanted to hear, too.

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Is that why you said it?

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It ain't natural, you being so cool and calm about all this.

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I'm cool and calm about all this because he's history.

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Why should I get worked up about someone who don't count any more?

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Oh, that's nice.

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Have you seen my dad? I keep getting his answerphone.

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And I brought this back with me - Mum's home-made chocolate cake.

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-Did you hear what I said?

-I hope it chokes him.

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You hear that?

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RINGING TONE

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What, you trying to sort things with Fi?

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-I'm just trying to get hold of her.

-Yeah, trying?

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Yeah.

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All right, she's not picking up, hey? She's not answering?

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-Look, come on, let's get out for the day.

-What for?

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-Let's go and clear our heads.

-Yeah, mine already is.

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Good, good. Then you can help me clear mine.

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Come on, come on.

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He's down there, Willmott-Brown, all mob-handed.

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All bowling around in their little whistles.

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Yeah, well, Johnny's been doing some phoning round.

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Yeah, calling in a few favours from some old uni mates.

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And?

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And we can't do nothing about staying on here.

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They've got that side of it totally sewn up.

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But that money we raised, there's no way they can keep that.

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What did Luke say? "Administrative costs"?

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If it comes to any sort of legal battle,

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they'll be laughed out of court.

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It'd be something, Mick.

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You know, get that back and we'd have a little nest egg at least.

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We could start again.

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Yeah, yeah, you're right.

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That little favour you asked -

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I've been making some enquires.

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Hey, sorted.

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What's sorted?

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Our little problem.

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Problem? What little problem was that?

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Our terms of trade after Brexit?

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Our relationship with the emerging economies?

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Opposition on nuclear disarmament?

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What problem, Vincent?

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The van we've been looking for.

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Now, I've been checking out a few websites, all right.

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And found this outfit down in Canning Town

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that blacken out windows.

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Vans, cars, you name it.

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I mean, they'll even take your motor and do it for you,

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or you can hire one of theirs.

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I mean, they normally do it for celebs, you know,

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that don't want to be seen.

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But they don't really care. I checked that out as well.

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No questions asked.

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What do you think, Phil?

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So you've been on all these websites -

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meaning if the Old Bill do ever start sniffing around,

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all the evidence they need will be on your computer.

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Tablet.

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-Whatever.

-But why would they be snooping around?

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And even if you deleted it all,

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it'll still be in the Cloud, won't it?

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Vincent, I was thinking more of a white van.

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And no need to black out the windows.

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I admire your tenacity, but I'd get rid of that tablet, if I were you.

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Yes, um...

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It's Kim's tablet.

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R-I-D. Rid. As in permanently.

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OK?

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Yeah.

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And it's Peppa Pig - and George. Mummy Pig.

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-And Daddy Pig.

-Yeah.

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How did mums manage without Peppa Pig?

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How are you feeling?

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Felt exactly the same as I did yesterday. Fine.

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Still can't believe it, to tell you the truth.

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Sonia, thanks for yesterday.

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How's Vincent?

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Well, he came in late yesterday.

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So he doesn't know?

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I'm just waiting for the right time.

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-I know this is going to sound stupid...

-Go on.

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But I feel like I'm letting him down or something, you know.

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He's not going to think like that, is he?

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I know. That's why it's so stupid.

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Thanks for holding the fort.

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How's Ben?

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Oh, well, just cuts and bruises, thank goodness.

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How's everything here?

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All right. Apart from them Weyland goons out there.

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Well, what are they doing now?

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Trying to persuade more people to take their 30 pieces of silver.

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Which will suddenly turn into 20 - or 10 - if they do.

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I can't imagine what it must be like for you in the Vic right now.

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Well, it ain't exactly a picnic for you neither, is it?

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Um...Ian came back last night, after you left.

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He really went for Max.

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And he said what had happened.

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-Oh, no!

-I'm sorry?

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Well, you will be if you don't get out of here.

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-Not very friendly.

-Not very friendly assaulting my son.

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I'd be careful if I were you. That's slander.

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No, that's the God's honest truth.

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And when's this assault supposed to have taken place?

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You know exactly when. And where.

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And look, here I am walking around, a free man.

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I know the police have a bit of a manpower issue at the moment,

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but you'd think they'd have caught up with me by now.

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You and your accusations, Kathy.

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I've got the right to refuse to serve anyone I like

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in this caff and I ain't serving you.

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Your family last night, you today.

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What's that supposed to mean?

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You will serve me, because you don't have any choice.

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-Oh, yeah. How do you work that out?

-Because I pay the piper.

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In this case, you.

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We own the place now. Didn't your son tell you?

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Remember what I said. Later.

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Do you even know what the Cloud is, Phil?

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Ain't got a clue.

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Easy to wind up though, isn't he? Too easy?

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I dunno. He's got something inside.

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What's that mean?

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I don't know.

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A rage. What you might have called good old-fashioned bottle.

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He's got it.

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He might not use it too much these days.

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Too many computer games.

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But he's got it inside. Just like you have it inside, Philip.

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The two of you, you're like two wild animals trapped in your lair,

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prowling round, pretending to be good, on your best behaviour.

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Changing washers, putting up shelves.

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But I have a feeling if the right opportunity came along,

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you'd know how to roar again.

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Don't worry about Vincent. He'll prove his worth.

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And if he don't?

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I will make sure he does what he is told.

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And what about my little problem?

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All in hand, Philip. All in hand.

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HE BREATHES HEAVILY

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DOOR OPENS

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So when were you going to tell me?

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That you have sold the caff to the man who...

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I didn't know, Mum.

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How could you not know?

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I had no idea until I saw him in the Vic last night

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with the rest of them.

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Look, Mum, I swear to you, right, I had no idea that him

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and Max even knew each other.

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Well, I didn't know you was in and still selling the place.

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Cos it wasn't going to make any difference.

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And how do you make that out?

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Well, he told me that the business was just going to carry on.

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The deal was, I sell the freehold, I lease the business back.

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But?

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The paperwork they promised never turned up.

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So now they can do whatever they want with it?

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Mum, I swear to you, if I'd known it was him,

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I would never have signed it.

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I tried kicking him out just now.

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Refused to serve him. He more or less laughed in my face.

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He's right, though, isn't he?

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He owns it now.

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I've got to serve him.

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Didn't know if I'd be seeing you again.

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Well, I still work here, don't I?

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Or is there something else I don't know?

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Josh, I want to know the truth. About everything.

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No more lies.

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Lauren, just the person.

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You don't mind if I borrow this lovely lady for a minute, do you?

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Borrow your office, too, if that's all right.

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Dad, this is the fifth message I've left you.

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Call us back, will you?

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Hello.

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What's happened to your face?

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-Accident at work.

-What sort of accident?

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What's that matter?

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OK, what is with everyone today?

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Why is everyone biting my head off?

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Ask your old man.

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Oi. I want a word.

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Go on.

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Not here. In the Vic. Now.

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-So what is all this?

-A necessary evil, I'm afraid.

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We may be the owners, but we can't ride rough-shod over the views

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and feelings of our tenants, much as we'd like to.

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That was a joke, by the way.

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So we need to get these served as quickly as possible.

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For the cafe.

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We? Meaning me?

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We've realised it's always easier when it comes from one of their own.

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How's it easier for anyone to be evicted by their neighbours?

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Sympathetic face, shoulder to cry on.

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I'm not stupid, Luke.

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I know exactly what this is.

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Oh, I see. You think this is a test of your loyalty?

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Well, it is, isn't it?

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I'd have thought that was implicit in the terms of your employment.

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It is for the rest of our employees -

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we pay their wages, they do their employer's bidding.

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But if you're not happy with that,

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you do, of course, know where the door is.

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Lauren!

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Looking for something?

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Your tablet.

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Pearl was watching her cartoons on it.

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Go over there.

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Yeah, I just needed to check something.

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And you couldn't use the phone?

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-Ran out - I'd ran out of juice.

-And the charger?

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You know what? I was thinking - how long you had this now?

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Vincent...

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You know, because there's newer models on the market, you know.

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I mean, we could trade it in, replace it. I mean, you don't

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even need to worry about that - I'll sort it out.

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-Listen...

-Level 762, I mean,

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you're definitely going to ace it now with some new technology

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-at your fingertips.

-You do love me, don't you?

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Course I do.

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For better or for worse?

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Only talking about replacing a tablet.

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I mean, you don't need to get any fancy ideas...

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What's wrong?

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Kim?

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I lost the baby.

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Last night I...

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It's no big dramas or anything.

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-I just - I just lost the baby.

-No, no, no, no...

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KIM SOBS

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No, no, no.

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Yeah, so if you could just e-mail that straight across to Alan

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and let me know when it's done. Cheers.

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I'm heading back to the Square.

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Deal with this while I'm gone, will you?

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Yeah, course. You're sacking Lauren?

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I think we've plenty enough grounds, don't you?

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Is this a problem?

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No, no, course not.

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You wanted a word?

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Yeah, about an hour ago.

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Rather a lot of things to do at the moment.

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-Yeah, well, we ain't one of them.

-That money we paid you.

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We want it back.

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I thought I'd already explained.

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You did, yeah. All your moody little costs.

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And legal bills.

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50 grand's worth of legal bills to look at a single document?

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Well, no, the money you crowd-funded will be returned to your investors.

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It's just your share we'll be keeping.

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You won't have a leg to stand on if this goes to court.

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You do realise that, don't you?

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-I'd have thought that's the last place you'd want all this to be aired.

-What's that mean?

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Well, it's what's caused all the problems.

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All the investigations we've had to do.

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What investigations?

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Into the signatures on the contracts.

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Well, they simply don't match with the ones we've got on our records.

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My legal people have been working overtime on all this.

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They suspect some sort of forgery has taken place.

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Now, you CAN take us to court...

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..but, obviously, all this will have to come to light if you do.

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Is that right, then?

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What?

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Ian sold the place to them?

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Yep.

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What's happening? They're chucking us out of the Vic.

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They're taking the cafe off Ian.

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And the bloke responsible's walking around without a care in the world.

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What's happened with Dad?

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And why is everybody looking at me like that every time

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-I ask about him?

-There's been a bit of trouble, Abi.

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-What kind of trouble?

-And it's all his fault.

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-What is this, give a dog a bad name?

-What?

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-Just like you did with him and Lucy?

-What - including you.

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Yeah, I was wrong. I admitted that.

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Well, this time he is in the wrong.

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He's sold us down the river, all of us.

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-There you go again.

-Well, Abi, I know he's your dad...

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Yeah, he is. So stop bad-mouthing him.

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This is just typical, ain't it?

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Anything goes wrong around here and you blame him.

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Really?

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OK, so you believe everything he's always told you.

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Well, there's no surprise there, I mean, you're his daughter

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and I pity you for that,

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-but that's what daughters do, I suppose.

-What you talking about?

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But no-one else round here has ever believed him and no-one ever will.

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I don't care about anybody else.

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The family all know what really happened,

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-so don't even try and pretend.

-So what did happen?

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-Come on, what's he said?

-You saw a way out.

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From a man that you hated and a marriage that you hated.

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And when my dad wouldn't take you away from all that,

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then the claws came out and that's the truth.

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The truth?

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The truth is he ruined my life.

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He turned my marriage into a war zone

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and my husband into a man who couldn't even look at me.

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And what about us?

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What do you think it was like for us, growing up

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under that shadow with all that poison that you spread about him?

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That's not poison, that is the truth.

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Do you know, it's not even my dad saying that. That's me.

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When I try and talk to him about it,

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he just says that he doesn't want to, to let it lie.

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-That it's all water under the bridge.

-Well, not to me, it ain't.

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So you ask yourself, why is that?

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How could he just say it's water under the bridge and I can't?

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Because he's a better person than you are.

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No, because he's guilty and he knows it.

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That's why he's so happy to pretend that all this is done and dusted,

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because he's the one in the wrong.

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That's why he's playing these games, you stupid cow,

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but you're so dumb you can't see it.

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Every woman that he's ever come across has ended up damaged by him.

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I did, the next woman he attacked did, I mean, his marriages

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were nightmares - which he blamed on his wives, of course.

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No, I don't need to listen...

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And what about his marriage to your mother, eh?

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That was all sweetness and light, was it?

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That ended well, did it?

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All those women? And every single one of them wrong about him?

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I don't think so.

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He raped me, Fi.

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Everything I've ever said about him, everything I told that court...

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..is the truth.

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-What do you want?

-I've got something for you.

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-Whatever it is, I'm not interested.

-Just listen.

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Do you know what that brother of yours asked me to do?

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Serve the eviction notice, yeah, he told me.

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Well, if you're here to try and change my mind...

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I'm here to give you this.

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I don't understand.

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It's the contract your dad signed with my family.

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Luke set fire to Max's copy in the Vic.

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But there's always two copies of any contract.

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It's up to you what you want to do with it.

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You can burn it as well, if you like.

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Or you can give it to him. He's due 20% of everything.

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I put my neck on the line for you last night.

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All right, if I'm going to continue to do that,

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I need to know exactly what's going on here.

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Such a decent bloke. You are. Such a good brother. Good father.

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Nah, it's good, Jack.

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Nah, I like having Walford's conscience in my corner.

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Tell me, how much do you sell them flats for again?

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-That's different.

-How's that different?

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-Did you get my messages?

-And here's mine.

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Took the liberty, hope you don't mind.

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That's all your clothes from my daughter's flat.

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Come on, Sophie, work to do.

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So, me and you?

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What, all meant nothing?

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Nothing.

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They played him, Lauren.

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Played him and then set out to destroy him and that's just wrong.

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Maybe he deserved it.

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Maybe.

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But like I said, that's up to you.

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Josh!

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Yeah, go on. Go on!

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I bet you're loving all this, ain't ya!

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Get your hands off me! Get off me!

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Calm down!

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Come on.

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