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07/12/2017

Tensions simmer among the Branning family and just when Max tries to sort things out, more lies are exposed.


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Max, just calm down, all right? Let's talk about this.

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I'm sure there's a solution.

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Yeah? Yeah, what is that, then, Jack?

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Well, tell me what exactly it is you've done.

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Always the copper, ain't you? Always full of loads of questions.

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I tell you what - why don't you just send me down,

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shine a light in my eyes?

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No... No, go on, better still, give me another slap.

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Do me a favour...

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You and me, we've been scrapping like that since we were kids.

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That's my life. Contents of one black bin liner. It's pathetic.

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Right, I'm going to pour us a drink.

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And you're going to tell me what the hell's been going on.

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Right, then, we can work out, together, what best to do next.

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Lauren...

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-What?

-You heard about Dad?

-Er, yeah!

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I've been away, I didn't know.

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I've only just come back and now people are pulling faces,

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they're making digs. I have no idea what is going on.

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Oh, nothing. Don't even worry about it.

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What do you mean, nothing?

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People are saying Dad and this Willmott-Brown bloke,

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they've been cheating people, stealing their money.

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-Yeah, it's not that simple.

-Yeah, that's what I said.

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I mean, Dad's a lot of things but he's not a thief.

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I'll sort it, OK? I'm going to go round there now.

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-Go where?

-To Uncle Jack's.

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-I'm going to go talk to Dad.

-OK. I'll come with you.

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-No.

-Lauren...

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No, absolutely not, all right? I don't want no big scene.

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I just want to go there, I just want to hear the truth, from him,

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and then I can decide what to do.

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Decide what?

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It doesn't matter.

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I'm not a kid, Lauren. I'm 21. I'm grown-up. I deserve to know.

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This isn't about you! It's about Dad and...

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And you? His favourite?

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Is that what you're trying to say to me?

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I used to be the special one until you stole that from me.

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-What is wrong with you?

-He's my dad too!

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You don't get to cut me out, Lauren. Not this time.

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That's exactly what I'm saying.

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All right, we're going to go round to Mick and Linda and the others

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and we're going to try and explain.

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Yeah... What about Fi?

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Forget Fi. She's been using you, just like he has.

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You don't know that.

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Mr Willmott-Brown is very persuasive.

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He's got her wrapped around his finger.

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Yeah, and she's got you wrapped round hers.

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All right, you've been played.

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Accept it. Move on.

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The most important thing for you right now is to build bridges.

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With who?

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The community, your friends.

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Look, Max, prison's a difficult time.

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You know, coming out, people make mistakes, it happens.

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It's that simple, is it?

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What, everyone forgives me and I'll move on?

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What do I move on to?

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Nothing.

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That job was my chance to build something, for me and the kids.

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Max, you just cheated on all your neighbours, every single one of 'em.

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Best thing for you to do right now is to accept it was a bad move.

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All right? Start again. Clean slate.

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-I ain't got a penny, have I?

-Yeah, well, sue him.

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I ain't got a contract, have I? Luke... Luke burnt it.

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Yeah, well forget about him, then, yeah?

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Forget the money. Forget everything.

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The most important thing for you right now is your friends,

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your family. That's the only thing that counts.

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DOORBELL RINGS

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-Hello.

-Oh, mind your feet.

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I just had a bit of an accident with the washing machine.

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There's a sock stuck in the drawer or something.

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But don't worry, I'll have this cleaned up any second.

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You're soaking.

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Don't worry about that. You go and put your feet up.

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I'll make you a cup of tea, yeah? Did you get the pizzas?

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Yeah.

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-Give us 'em here. I'll chuck 'em in the oven.

-Yeah.

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Your daddy is an idiot.

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Thanks. I love you too!

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Did you hear anything more about Max?

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What about him?

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I dunno, just this property scam and Willmott-Brown.

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I don't know, Stace. Nothing that bloke does surprises me.

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-All as bad as each other.

-Well, I hope he's all right.

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Well, who cares, really?

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It's the little people that are going to suffer, innit?

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People like us. Always is.

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Will you just take Hope for a minute?

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Sort of got my hands full here, Stace.

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Yeah, I know but I've forgotten something.

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-What?

-Milk, we haven't got any milk.

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Well, I'll go out later and get that.

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No. I think it's going to rain later.

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I'll go now. Here, you take her.

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OK, come here, you. Come on...

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-Shh....

-All right, I'll be back in a sec.

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OK. Bye, Mummy. Bye.

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Hitting the bottle already? Why am I not surprised?

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Look, girls, now's not the best time, yeah?

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Me and your dad, we're talking things through...

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No, I want an explanation.

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Yeah, but like I'm saying, I'll talk to him and then...

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No. Now. No more delays.

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I want to know what the hell you think you were doing.

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I did it for you.

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For me?

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Yeah, for both of you.

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Yeah, but what actually happened? Did he con you?

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Because people are saying terrible things...

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It's all true, innit!?

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Not entirely.

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I heard him in the Vic.

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You were in it from the beginning, wheedling and conniving...

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-Lauren!

-Just cause he stabbed you in the back an' all

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don't make you any better, Dad.

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Fine. I'm a wrong 'un. All your worst fears about me are confirmed.

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Max...

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-What?

-No smoking.

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Oh, do me a favour...

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Come on, then, Bring it on, girls. Let me hear your worst.

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Look, we just want to know the truth. No more lies.

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-Did you know what he was doing all along?

-Yeah.

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So you knew he was conning people, taking their properties

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-and their businesses?

-Well, that's what businessmen do, Lauren.

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Outdo the competition, make money.

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And you were in on it?

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What did I just say to you? Yes, all right, yes.

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I was in on it. I knew.

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I done it for us, all right! For all of us. For family.

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I mean, look at me, I'm in my forties.

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I ain't got any money. Ain't got a house.

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Look at you, you got a kid,

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you ain't got a husband. Look at her, look.

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All her dreams of being a vet all down the toilet.

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Get sacked from the Vic.

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You know, these people aren't our friends...

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-Not our friends?

-No.

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Well, if they're not, who are? We live here, Dad.

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-These people are our neighbours.

-Well, so what? All right, so what!

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What have they ever done for me, Lauren, apart from stand there

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and watch my life falling apart!

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It's every man for himself!

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Yeah, well, that worked out really well for you, didn't it!

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Seeing as Willmott-Brown cut you out and Fi's dumped you.

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And your contract got burnt.

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So what exactly have you got to show for yourself now?

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He's got you, all right? The both of you. He's got me.

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He's got this family and as long as we stick together,

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we'll get through this.

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Nah. No, he's a crook.

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Look, He's had an 'ard time.

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If this was ten years ago, you'd be putting him inside.

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Yeah, well, I'm not like that any more, am I?

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I put me family first now.

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And sure, he's made a mistake, all right, but that's all it is.

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A mistake.

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I mean, he's not himself, is he? Look at him.

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I'm fine.

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Max, don't have another one.

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You offered me a drink, so...

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-Yeah, one. You need to keep a clear head.

-It's crystal. Thank you.

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What about me? When you knew I was working for them.

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Didn't you think to tell me?

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How could I, Lauren? Cos the less you knew, the better.

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-For who? Me or you?

-Listen to me, all right?

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You weren't implicated. You're still not.

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I've been working for a company that is ripping off the whole Square.

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I had to go into work today and act like everything's OK.

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I was scared. Scared because I've got a little boy to support.

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Scared cos I thought I might lose my job. Get the sack.

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I actually thought that I had a chance of a better life

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and you know what - you've taken that away from me, Dad!

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You can still work there, Lauren,

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-cos I'm not going to stop you.

-No, I told 'em to stuff it.

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I told 'em to stuff their job when they made me evict Ian.

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Well, good. Maybe that's for the best.

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-It's not going to go anywhere anyway, is it?

-Exactly, Dad!

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That's why you should have told me from the off.

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-It ain't all about you, Lauren.

-Shut up!

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Abi, you don't know even know what you're talking about.

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It's always the same. You make everything about you.

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Dad knows that he's done wrong. OK. He was upset.

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Weren't you, Dad? When he came out,

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he didn't have a clue what to do. Ain't that right, Dad?

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I don't believe you.

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Oh, you think the whole world revolves around you.

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You always have.

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You make me sick.

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I've got a little boy to support.

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And d'you know what?

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You're going to know all about that very soon. Aren't you?

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Sooner than you think! Mm?

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Eh? Why don't you tell him?

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Tell Dad your happy news.

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Go on! Like father, like daughter.

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Both liars.

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-Lauren!

-Go on. Tell Daddy.

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Tell me what?

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Silver lining. A little bit of happiness...

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You're going to be a grandad again.

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I am sorry. It's just, I was so...

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Ashamed?

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No. No...

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I just, I didn't want you to be disappointed.

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Yeah, but I'm not disappointed, Abi. It's fine.

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Wait till you hear who the dad is.

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Lauren, can you just leave it now, please!

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What? Steven. Steven's the dad.

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Cos she was having an affair with him behind my back.

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See... Like father, like daughter - again.

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Now she's up the duff.

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He's dead, so she's all alone.

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Which is why she's sniffing around you, all desperate.

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Why she's willing to turn a blind eye on all your lies.

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Why are you being so horrible to me?

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Er...I wasn't the one that betrayed my sister. That was you!

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You said you'd dealt with it. That you were OK.

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-Yeah, well, maybe I'm not.

-Look, who cares? All right! Who cares?

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I mean, bad things happen all the time, Lauren.

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Yeah? Bad things happen in life!

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She's having a baby. Who cares?

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She can join a billion other people doing the same thing.

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How are you doing health-wise?

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Yeah. Fine. I've had a scan...

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Yeah, and how's Tanya taken it?

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Fine. Some... Some really good advice, you know...

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You don't seem very surprised.

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If Abi's happy, I'm happy.

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You knew, didn't you?

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-Didn't you?

-No.

-How?

-How could I know, Lauren?

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I've just found out. You've just told me!

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You honestly think I can't tell?

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I know every single time you lied.

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You honestly think I can't tell, Dad?

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Did you know or did you not?

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Dad?

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Yeah, I had some idea...

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-How?

-Ian. Ian told me. He came to me.

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He was trying to do the right thing by you.

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He thought I should know as your dad.

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You knew and you didn't say?

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Oh, Lauren, this is my baby, not yours.

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Abs, I'm sorry.

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I didn't want to embarrass you.

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I thought if you wanted me to know, you would have told me.

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Excuse me! I was with Steven! Didn't that bother you?

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What was I supposed to do?

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What? Supposed to tell you and wreck everything between you?

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DOORBELL RINGS

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I'll go and get rid of them.

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You don't care about anything, do you?

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I was trying to do the right thing.

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Yeah, like you always do.

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When I was 11 years old,

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I found you in the house with that woman before we even came here.

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That tape. You and Stacey.

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Cheating on Mum over and over again.

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Stacey. Bradley. Poor Bradley dead on the square.

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Hold on, what about my best friend Lucy?

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She was young enough to be your daughter, Dad!

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You've always been so upstanding,

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such a wonderful role model, ain't you?

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Ain't you?!

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You know, every single time I think - OK, you know what,

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I'm going to take a risk here and I'm going to trust you -

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I get disappointed.

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So just for once, Dad, please,

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please just tell me the truth, yeah?

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Just tell me. You don't have to lie to us any more.

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What's she doing here?

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-Oh, sorry, is this a bad time?

-No.

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No, it's perfect timing, actually

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because we were just having a conversation about liars and cheats.

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You know a thing or two about that, don't you?

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Seeing as we wouldn't even be here if it weren't for you.

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-What?

-You.

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You, you are the reason we don't live in that house

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any more with our mum and our little brother.

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It's you!

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You are the reason that Bradley is dead.

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You are the cause of this whole mess.

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This man used to be our dad.

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We used to love him, we actually used to be happy.

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-Enough! Enough now!

-Well, she's right. It's her fault.

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-It is all her fault!

-Maybe you should go, Stace.

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-Yeah, go on, get out.

-Stace.

-I'm sorry.

-Stace...

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Well done, Lauren. Very nice.

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Don't, don't, don't go after her, Dad!

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-She's upset, ain't she?

-Don't, Dad!

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Stace...

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-I'm sorry about all that.

-Look, I shouldn't have come.

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No, no, I'm glad you did.

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It's just Lauren, she don't mean all that.

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It's just tempers flying high, that's all.

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Well, she's probably right, Max. About it all.

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-In the end...

-No, she ain't.

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Stace. I promise you she ain't...

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I'd better go. I've got to sort the kids' tea out.

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I just wanted to see if you were OK.

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You ain't come with your pitchfork? Come to chase me out the village?

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Do you know what I've done?

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You're still my mate, Max. I still care.

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Do you?

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Course I do. You know I do.

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I just wanted to see if you were OK.

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Yeah, no, I'll be fine.

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-Well, if you want to talk...

-Yeah, I know where you are.

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Right, well, I'm still waiting for an answer, Dad.

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Why don't you just look me in the eye and tell me the truth?

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If you do, you might just get a little present.

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Something that you really want.

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The only thing you really want.

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What is that?

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Josh gave it to me.

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It's their copy of the contract.

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Your contract.

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Both signatures.

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Look.

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Not until you tell me truth.

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Why would Josh do that?

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Because he cares about me.

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Cos he wants to be with me.

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Dad, you can have this, OK?

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Or I can burn it. Right here, right now.

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Do you know what that's worth, Lauren?

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-It's worth a lot of money.

-Yes. I do.

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It's worth a lot of money. It's enough for you, Abi, me.

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It's enough for everyone, the whole family.

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How did you know about Abi's baby?

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-I already told you.

-Why didn't you tell me?

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Well, cos of Abi.

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Why didn't you tell Abi that you knew?

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-Well, cos I didn't think it was my place to.

-You're her dad.

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Well, if Abi would have wanted me to know Lauren, she would have told me.

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OK. Why did you go into business with Willmott-Brown?

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It's the money.

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-Did you know that he'd raped Kathy?

-Course I didn't know.

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How was I supposed to know that? I was only in prison with his son.

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I weren't in a good place, Lauren... things had happened, bad things.

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I got out. He wanted to help me. Introduced me to his dad.

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But of course I didn't know about his past, did I?

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What bad things happened in prison?

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Nothing... it's just my head, I couldn't get it straight.

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You never talk about it. Every time I ask, you just clam up...

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No, cos I don't want to talk about it,

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I don't want to go over it all over again!

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Just trust me, all right - I'm being straight with you.

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I've done all this to get money for us.

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-For us? Or for yourself?

-Both.

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That's it, yeah?

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Yeah, that's it, Lauren. Business, just business.

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Well, I don't believe you.

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I don't believe anything that you are saying.

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About the baby, the business...

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No, there's something else, ain't there?

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I know there's something else and I'm scared of what it is.

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Look, why don't you just leave him alone?

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Stop torturing him and give him the contract.

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Give it to him, Lauren. That is money for all of us.

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What, you would take it?

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I got a baby on the way.

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I've got no partner, no job. So yes, I would take it.

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He didn't do any of this for you, Abi.

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He did it for himself.

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He is incapable of doing anything for anybody else but himself.

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Yeah, well, that ain't true. That ain't true. Is it, Dad?

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Come on, you love us. You love us both the same.

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Tell me the truth, Dad.

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Why don't you just give me the contract, Lauren...

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Tell me the truth.

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Go ahead...

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Burn it.

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Fine. Fine. Go on. There you go! Take it. Are you happy now?!

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Look, you've got your money, you've got your share,

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but you know what, Dad? You have not got me any more.

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What is this? What is this? You think you can look down at me?

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-Let go of her.

-You think you can look down at me, is that it?

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You want to look down at me? You think it's all about the money?

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-You think that's all I care about?

-What else is it about, then? Huh?

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Exactly.

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Look at you! You are embarrassing! You're half cut!

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You're nothing but a grubby little money-grabbing man.

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Congratulations, though.

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You got your pay-off.

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-Goodbye.

-Take it. Take it, Lauren, cos I don't care about the money.

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Yeah, right.

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I don't care about the money!

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I'll bring you round some tape if you want.

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You can put it back together again.

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You want proof?

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Is that what you want, Lauren?

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Do you want to see the real me?

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Is that what you want?

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You want to know the truth, do you?

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Is that what you want, Lauren?

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-Dad!

-Max, what are you doing?

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Max!

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What are you doing?

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It ain't about the money, Lauren.

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It ain't about the money.

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It's about revenge.

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-On who?

-On everyone!

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Everyone, everyone who framed me, Lauren.

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Everyone who sat back

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and watched as I was dragged off to prison for 20 years.

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20 years! That's what they gave me.

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I should still be in there now. Rotting away. Innocent!

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What did anyone around here do to help me?

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No, no-one helped me. No-one lifted a finger.

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That's why they're all on my list!

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Ian, top of my list!

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Phil! Jane! What's worse, though,

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you know what's worse is you...

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and you...and YOU!

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Family.

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All betrayed me.

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What are you taking about? We're here for you now, ain't we?

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We're here.

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What are you talking about? That's guilt, that is!

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Where were you?

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Where were you when it was all kicking off, Jack?

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I'll tell you where you were. You were in Paris, mate!

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You didn't bother coming back, did you?

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-Didn't bother coming back to stick up for me!

-Dad...

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Yeah, and you! Little Miss Goody Two Shoes.

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Trying to stick Lucy on me!

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-No, it weren't...

-Set me up to the police!

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You accused me!

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I looked in your eyes, Abi, and I swore to you.

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I swore to you that I was innocent.

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I swore to you that I was innocent and you still let me go down!

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Believe that if you want if it makes it easier,

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-but I came back, I came back!

-Yeah, you came back!

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-What are you talking about?!

-I tried, I did my best, Dad!

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Didn't try hard enough.

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Story of my life, that is...

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Family...turning on me.

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Like when I was nine years old, Jack, do you remember?

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I was locked in the cellar, do you remember that?

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All alone, in the dark. I had to sit there and listen to you,

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Mum and Dad, all the family.

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Sitting upstairs, watching TV, having your dinner! Having a laugh!

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I was locked up like an animal, for what?

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I tell you for what.

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Cos I answered Dad back cos he gave me a slap.

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But he'd done worse.

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Done a lot worse.

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That's it, that's the story of my life, that is.

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Abandoned.

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That's why I done it, Lauren.

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That's exactly why I done it!

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That's exactly why everyone's got to pay!

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That's why they've gotta pay!

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-I don't ever want to see you again.

-This is about me. This is about me.

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Cos I'm the wronged one!

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Poor you.

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Poor Max. You know what, you can stay here and wallow.

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Cos you are not a father. You are pathetic!

0:24:420:24:45

-You want to say that again, do you?

-Oi... Oi...

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What are you going to do, eh? What are you going to do?

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You're going to hit me like your daddy did, are you?!

0:24:540:24:56

No, you see, Dad, I have heard that sob story one too many times.

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No, Dad, don't have that, all right?

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Why don't you just sit down and I'll get you some water?

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She didn't mean what she said and you didn't mean what you said

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and it will all be OK, I promise.

0:25:230:25:26

I just know it will be.

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Look, do you remember when I was little and I used

0:25:290:25:32

to sneak into your room and we'd have our private little chats?

0:25:320:25:35

Me and you, we'd talk for hours and we ain't done that in years.

0:25:350:25:38

Why don't you get out of here, Abi...

0:25:400:25:43

-Dad?

-Just get out, yeah... You're not a little girl any more.

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Just a slapper up the duff... Disgusting.

0:25:500:25:53

No, Dad, this is your grandchild. Look, you can...

0:25:530:25:55

Take that Beale brat - that thing in your stomach -

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and get out of here!

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GO!!

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Abi... Abi!

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Lauren!

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What are you doin'?

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I mean, what's happened to you?

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That's your family, that's all you got left.

0:26:300:26:33

No...

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That's my family, Jack.

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Wrecked, torn apart.

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There's nothing left, nothing.

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Ah, you're back.

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What took you so long?

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Just got chatting...

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Well, look, there's some pizza in the oven for you.

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You forget the milk?

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Ah - nice one.

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