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12/02/2018

Max makes an upsetting discovery. Vincent struggles with Aidan's demands, and Masood finds himself in hot water.


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BANGING ON DOOR

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BANGING CONTINUES I know you're in there!

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Uncle Max?

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Can we maybe move some of the flowers over there?

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Health and Safety.

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Right. Course not.

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Sorry.

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Bill?

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When's Abi's funeral going to be?

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You know, it's been weeks. She deserves more than this.

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I don't work at the parlour any more, Max.

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You'll have to talk to Jay.

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Sorry.

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Donna, we've had another letter come through the door.

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The landlord's getting serious.

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TOILET FLUSHES

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You listening?

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We can't keep avoiding this.

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We need to start advertising for new housemates.

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SHOWER RUNS

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Right, fine. I ain't got time for this.

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But if you carry on, you'll end up on your own.

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Pretending to have showers!

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And YOU can deliver that present.

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You're not going overboard, are you?

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Course I am. She's our daughter.

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There'll be money from the sale of the Albert,

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so why can't I spoil her?

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A lick of paint is not going to break the bank.

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I'm just saying "go easy", that's... DOORBELL RINGS

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It's a bit early for Valentine's.

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Well, this doesn't mean that I forgive you, yeah?

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And FYI, roses would've been better.

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I mean, I could always take them back.

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Don't be testing me now, you know.

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You're all right, you are.

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Sometimes.

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Yeah, look, I've...gotta go.

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-But it's your day off!

-I got a few things that I need to take care of.

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So, what IS the hold up?

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-Jay, if it's money, I'll sort it out.

-It's not money.

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Well, what is it?

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Jay, just tell me, all right?

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Whatever it is ain't going to be

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worse than my daughter lying cold in the morgue, is it?

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Well, I haven't got the paperwork to act.

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What do you mean, you ain't got the paperwork?

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Tanya said she sent you the death certificate.

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Well, maybe she went with someone else.

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No, she would've told me that. Look again, will you?

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-Max, I don't...

-Can you look again, Jay, please?

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-Look, I'm sorry, all right. There's nothing I can do.

-Yeah, whatever.

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Call Tanya. See what she's got to say.

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You're just useless, mate. You know, you must be in over your head.

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Not a clue what you're doing.

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PHONE: I'm sorry, but the person you've called is not avail...

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-I'm sorry.

-Yeah? Well, this ain't over.

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I didn't appreciate your little delivery.

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Just a friendly reminder.

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We ain't friends.

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I don't want you anywhere near me or my family.

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If you want me out of your life, Vincent, you know

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exactly what you need to do.

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I'm working on it.

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Well, work harder.

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Well?

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It'll do.

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Is that a it's-good "it'll do" or a it's-not-as-good-as-mine "it'll do"?

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Beta, it can never be as good as mine.

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Chachi, come on.

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Achha, chalo. Pass.

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Really?

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Does this mean I get my kitchen back?

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Oh, that's a great batch!

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The Beales think you can sell such quantity?

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Er, the Beales are 100% behind me.

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Oh. Well, so are we. Hm?

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Yes, I get it. FRONT DOOR CLOSES

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-MAX:

-Jack?

-Leave it with me. Can't talk.

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-You all right?

-Yeah.

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What's the name of that gaff in Exeter Tanya works at?

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-I think I wrote it down somewhere.

-Dunno. Why?

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I want to speak to her. It's just Jay's not doing anything

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to sort out Abi's funeral. Want to get on top of it.

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Yeah, well, Tanya's arranging the funeral.

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For all we know, she might not even be using Coker & Mitchell.

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Yeah, that's what Jay said.

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-Has she spoken to you?

-No.

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Listen, mate, you know how these things are - they take time.

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I just want to know what's going on, that's all.

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Well, look, Tanya's their mum, all right?

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-She's going to do right by Abi.

-Yeah, and I'm her dad.

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All right, then. Well, sort that lot out, then.

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That mail's been sitting there for some time. It's Abi's.

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I know it's not the same as arranging a funeral.

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But it might help.

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Pull out?

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I don't understand. We've already accepted the offer.

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It's taking too long.

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It's a pretty standard timeline.

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Yeah, not for me, it isn't. What else can you do?

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There was one buyer. He was offering cash.

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-It could speed things up.

-All right, take it.

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-It's much lower.

-How much lower?

-100 grand.

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OK. But make sure you push it through.

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I'm talking exchange and complete

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within the next couple of weeks, tops.

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Contact me once it's done.

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I need to know exactly when that money's going to hit my account.

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-Here's your tea.

-Lovely, cheers.

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DOOR BELL TINKLES

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So...are we good?

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Better than that.

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-We are back.

-Yes!

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So, spread the word, but keep it quiet.

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Leave it with me.

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We just need to now talk about my cut.

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-For what?

-Referrals.

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-MASOOD CHUCKLES

-Get off.

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Mas, you keep forgetting to turn the "open" sign round.

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-Kathy!

-We'll talk about it later.

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I've been busy serving customers.

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Serving what? You ain't even turned the fryers on yet.

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Oh! Well, you know, the customer always comes first -

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-you always say that.

-Hang on my every word, do you?

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You don't need to worry, boss. I'm your man.

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I've got everything under control.

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I'm sure you have. But just to be on the safe side,

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I'm sticking here today.

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Perfect.

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Now, tell me about your specials.

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Hello, beautiful.

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-You all right? How's she doing?

-Very well.

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-Strong little girl.

-Good.

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Just like her mum.

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-I'm going to take her photo, if that's all right.

-Yeah.

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We're moving her out of the incubator in a bit,

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so you can have a photo and cuddle if you wanted.

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-Babe, I'm back.

-We're in here.

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And don't forget to put this smelly stuff in the iron.

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-Yeah? We don't do plain water.

-Right you are.

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Mondays and Thursdays for cleaning is good for us.

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But you need to be done by 3.30,

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because sometimes Pearl has her playdates.

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-No worries. I'm nothing if not professional.

-Right.

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-What's this?

-Oh, Karen.

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-She's our new cleaner.

-Yeah, I thought we cancelled the agency.

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I did. Karen's independent.

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Cheaper.

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Karen, do you mind if we have a minute, just...?

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Back in a minute.

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Babe, we talked about this. About tightening our belts.

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You said "no agency," not "no cleaner."

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-I mean, how tight are we going exactly?

-Not too tight, you know.

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Just temporarily until I start my new business.

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All right, well, I can keep Karen, then?

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-Sure.

-Yeah.

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-Yeah.

-PHONE RINGS

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Hey. No, no, no, remember, I said two weeks max, not four.

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Savannah...stop blaming the lawyers.

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No, I can't change my mind! No, no, no.

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No, we stick with it.

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HE GRUNTS

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What are you doing?

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-There you go.

-OK.

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-Right, both of you, yeah?

-No, just her, please.

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-Aw!

-Sh-sh-sh.

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-Got it?

-Yeah.

-Thank you.

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Er, do you think she'll be strong enough to go to her mum's funeral?

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It's too early, I'm afraid.

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That's OK.

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-BABY CRIES

-Sh! Sh-sh-sh!

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You take all the time you need.

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Were you planning on buying some?

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No. You?

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Dunno. Maybe.

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-You?

-I was thinking that there's an opportunity.

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A gap in the market.

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Donna, if the flower stall

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can't get any red roses, how are you going to?

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I have my ways.

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-No chance.

-Do you want to bet?

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All right.

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Even if you did miraculously find some red roses,

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-they'll never let you sell 'em.

-You mind your own, sweeper boy.

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I'm bringing love back to the Square.

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No argument from me there.

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Oh, er, will you do me a favour? Will you give this to Max?

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What is it?

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It's a Christmas present, from Abi.

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Oh, I don't know, Donna.

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-Oh, come on. Please, Rob. He is your uncle.

-Yeah.

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I tried speaking to him this morning. Didn't go down well.

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Well, maybe don't talk, then - just give it to him.

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You never know. It might help.

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I mean, Walford's all right for now,

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but if I'm still living here by the time I'm 16,

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I'm literally going to kill myself.

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-Is that before or after your presents?

-Oh, totally after.

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Mum promised me an iPhone. No joke.

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All right? Can I have the special, please?

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Sorry, Carmel, no calamari today.

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Turns out we didn't have enough in stock. Did we, Masood?

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-Calamari?

-We really must get rid of that sign.

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-There you go, love.

-I thought the special was...

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How about some chips instead? That's what we do here.

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Nice hot chips.

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Excuse me. I'm not being funny, but these are rank.

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-What?

-Think I'll give it a miss.

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You trying to kill us or something? This is straight-up child abuse.

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-You are so getting shut down. Ain't that right, Bernie?

-Yeah.

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Can't be that bad. Quick, let's have a look.

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Well, they HAVE been out a while.

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See what I mean, though?

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It's like everything round here is just rubbish.

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I don't understand - it's been so slow today.

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Hang on, I'll do you a fresh batch.

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Do you think we've got time to waste?

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Give us our money - we're so out of here.

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How would you like to earn five times more than you just spent?

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Are you ready to talk yet?

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I said there's...nothing to talk about.

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It's under control.

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SHE SCOFFS

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Didn't look like that to me.

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Whatever's going on is bad, isn't it?

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No, I was just a bit stressed.

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There was a hiccup with the sale of the Albert, but it's fine now.

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Something's off. I know it.

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Why do I feel like I'm on

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-a need-to-know basis with you, Vincent?

-It's not like that.

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Trust me?

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Anyway, look, I need to go.

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Again? Where?

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Need to sort you some new flowers.

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Daddy likes to play games.

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But Mama can play games too, can't she?

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-Yeah.

-Yeah.

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Of course she can.

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Jack?

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-You all right, Honey?

-Hi, Max. Kids' playdate.

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-Where's Jack?

-He's gone to pick up Lauren, I think.

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What - she's back?

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-HE SIGHS

-He should've called me.

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It should be me picking her up.

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Well, he did say he wouldn't be very long.

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Jack, it's Max. Give me a call back, will you?

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Didn't say why she's back, did he?

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-I mean, it's nothing wrong?

-Sorry, Max. I don't know.

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KNOCK AT DOOR

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Uncle Max, er...

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..this is for you.

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Where'd you get this?

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-Miss Beale! You've gotta come quick!

-What is it?

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-It's Bernie! She's thrown up in the caff.

-Well, ain't Marie there?

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-Who?

-Marie. The lady that works there.

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-She'll be able to sort her out.

-You poisoned us earlier.

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Now my mate's throwing up and you're not doing anything about it.

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You know what? You just see how I tweet Watchdog.

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Oh, Mas, you be all right?

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-Yeah, you take as long as you like.

-Right.

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-20.

-We agreed 10.

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Yeah, well, if you don't want her

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coming back any time soon, you'll pay up.

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-That's extortion.

-Well, that's life.

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You know, I CAN just text my mate at any time.

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All right, fine. 15, because that's all I've got.

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You really are your mother's daughter, aren't you?

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-DOOR OPENS

-Hey.

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-All right?

-Are you starting Walford High next week?

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Maybe.

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Hello?

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All right, people.

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It's special samosas day. Come and get them while they're hot!

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You know you can't park that there.

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-Park it round the back - I've told you 50 times.

-Jay!

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It's always hard...

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..even if it's someone you DON'T know.

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I could give you a hand, if you like.

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It's probably best not to, you know.

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-Need to try and handle this on my own now, you know.

-Yeah, course.

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Well, you're doing a good job.

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Well, I had a good teacher, didn't I?

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Abi bought me one like this before.

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Father's Day, I think it was.

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Must've been about 12.

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Had to drink everything out of it -

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water, juice, milk, beer.

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That's nice.

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I didn't deserve her, Robbie.

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I failed her as a dad long before we was up there on that roof.

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Feel that about Sami.

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You know he lives with his mother?

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It's for the best.

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I held a little baby girl today who's never going to know her mum.

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It's cos of me.

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It's no wonder Lauren called Jack, not me.

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Uncle Max, look...

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Living with regret ain't easy, but...

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..there is light at the end of the tunnel. You gotta believe that.

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I just think it's easier to mend things when

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you've got someone to help you.

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-There you are.

-Thanks.

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So...where are they?

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Out back.

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Donna...you do realise...

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-..they ain't red?

-Yeah, they ain't roses, either.

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But cheap as chips to buy. We need every penny for the rent.

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No-one is going to spend a fiver on a fake white rose.

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Ah, but a flower of any other colour will smell as sweet.

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-I'm not sure that's how that goes.

-Whatever.

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A samosa a day keeps the hangover at bay.

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Oh, back again?

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OK, well, these are for you.

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I tell you what - why don't you try them with the seasoned yogurt? Eh?

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Tell me what you think.

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I'll just be with you in a minute.

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There you go.

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Thank you very much.

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OK. What can I get for you?

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Oo-ooh!

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Not too late, are we?

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Er...it's all sorted.

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I've sold it and you'll get your money as promised.

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Oh, that's grand. When?

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Four weeks.

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Lawyers, eh?

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Still, I'm glad it's sorted.

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Don't know about you, but I hate having these things hanging over me.

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Yeah, well, I should be off, then.

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Just one, for old times' sake?

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Yeah.

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Max...

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I'm sorry I couldn't be more help this morning.

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-It's all right, Bill. Don't worry about it.

-At least she's home now.

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Jay, he'll look after her for you.

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-Sorry, what are you talking about?

-The funeral.

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Now Abi's at the parlour, well, things'll get moving, you know.

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You've done well here, Vincent.

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Very well.

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Yeah.

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It's good to have something to fall back on.

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Especially when you're in a pickle, having murdered somebody's kin.

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I didn't kill him.

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Oh, we're back to denial, are we?

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I thought we were making such progress.

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I'm giving you what you want, aren't I?

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I'm a patient man, Vincent, but four weeks?

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Anything could happen.

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What do you want?

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A gesture of goodwill.

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A bank transfer.

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Whatever you have.

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I'm not greedy.

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No.

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We had a deal.

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I stuck to it.

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The end.

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AIDAN SIGHS

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VINCENT WHEEZES

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You don't seem to understand English.

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I was better with numbers... and we are square.

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Really? Is that so? Well, you better start counting.

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How many was that? I can't hear you.

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Three.

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That's a good lad.

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And if you don't start doing what I tell you,

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you won't be even able to count up to three.

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Understood?

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Now, shall we give that another try?

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Shall we?

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Where is she, Jay?

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-Look, Max, you can't come in...

-Where's my daughter?

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What, is she through there?

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-Max...

-What you doing? Hiding her?

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This is Tanya's idea, weren't it?

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Max, you can't go in there!

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Did he say anything?

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-Shall I call him?

-He'll come down when he's ready.

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-What do you suppose happened?

-Well...

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-ALL:

-Bismillah-ir-Rahman-ir-Raheem.

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Well, how was work? Sab theek hai?

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Yeah, fine.

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And did you sell any samosas?

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Some.

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Some? Not all?

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Don't be disappointed. They were very tasty.

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That's the problem with setting the bar too high.

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These things take time.

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That big batch - you made them believe you COULD sell them.

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You'll do better tomorrow.

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Aisa hai. You must under-promise and over-deliver.

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They're going to fire me.

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For selling short? Bakwaas.

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-I'll have a word with them.

-No, not the sales.

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Kathy didn't know I was selling the samosas. I didn't have permission.

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Oh.

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Yeah, I know. I'm a failure.

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Mm.

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What is all this?

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Just a few extra bits for Pearl.

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You said everything was under control, so...

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I mean, it's not going to be a problem, is it?

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Not a problem? THIS IS...

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It's not a game. I mean, woman, why won't you just listen?

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Well, I would if you would talk to me. If you were honest with me.

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-Oh, you want honesty?

-Yeah!

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How about this? There is no money.

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There's no new business.

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We've lost the Albert. There's no money for Pearl.

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-There's nothing.

-What?

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We are broke. BROKE!

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-Here y'are.

-Cheers.

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Sorry, Jay.

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It's all right. There's no harm done.

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It's just Billy said she was here. I just wanted to see her.

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It's all right.

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Yeah, I just feel like everyone's trying to cut me out.

0:24:460:24:48

Max, why don't you go home, eh? Try and get some sleep.

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All I want to do is see her. Say goodbye properly.

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Dad?

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You all right, Lauren?

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Why don't we, er...? Why don't we all just go home?

0:25:010:25:03

Well, we're here now.

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So why don't we just sit down, sort the funeral out?

0:25:050:25:08

-Dad...

-I mean, Jay's here -

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we could do it all together. It's what Abi would've wanted.

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Max... All right, it's late - she's tired.

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-Let's just go home. We'll talk about it...

-Can't we just...

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Just do it together, me and you?

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Dad...

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Abi bought this.

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She must've ordered it.

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Mean, I've sorted a photo out.

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-Could we put that in with her?

-Just stop.

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That's what she would've wanted, Lauren - to be near her baby.

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What every parent wants.

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It's...

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It's already happened, OK?

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I'm sorry - what are you talking about?

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The funeral. It's done.

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