27/02/2018 EastEnders


27/02/2018

Linda is alarmed to hear what's going on and attempts to take back control. Billy starts a new venture. Martin defies Stacey's instructions - what will be the consequences?


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Get up there.

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HORN BEEPS, VEHICLE APPROACHES

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CAR STOPS

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Mother, stash the bat.

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What's going on? You expecting the old bill?

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-Aidan?

-Worse.

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HE CHUCKLES

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L! What you doing here?

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You weren't meant to come back till Friday.

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Well, we thought we'd surprise you.

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Well, you've done that!

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How's Johnny?

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Yeah, yeah, he's good.

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Yeah. And I love spending time with him, but I really missed home.

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-I did.

-Yeah.

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Thought you said you had this sorted?

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Aidan, he knows where the kids are, and Elaine, so...

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The dealer ain't going nowhere.

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Are you gonna tell her?

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So, how's everything been here?

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Tickety-boo.

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Why don't you go upstairs, put your old plates up?

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You must be shattered.

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No, no, no, I'm raring to go!

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Do you remember that pub that we went to near Johnny's,

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-the one we really liked?

-Yeah.

-Yeah, well, I did some digging

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and they're bringing in twice the profit we are.

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-Lovely manor, weren't it?

-Yeah, well, so's this.

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I mean, we need to up our game if we're going to pack 'em in.

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And I'm going to start by giving the whole place a good going over.

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Listen, listen, funnily enough, me mother

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she was just about to scrub the khazis. Weren't you?

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SHE SCOFFS

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You, getting your hands dirty?

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It's what I live for.

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I mean, what would you rather, spend some more time

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with your husband or getting your hand round a Toilet Duck?

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Hard decision, I know.

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I could get used to this.

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Right, I need them back before I pick Lily up from school.

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That's a bit early, Stace, innit? I've got the day off work.

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-Like the whole day.

-Well, I need 'em back before dinner.

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I'm sure you can find some other way to occupy yourself.

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-Oh, great(!)

-Hang out with your new mate?

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You mean Hayley?

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You a bit jealous?

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Do me a favour! Have you seen her?

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Actually, she did give me her number.

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What's that, a prison number?

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Oh, so you are jealous, eh?

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I don't care, Martin.

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Call her.

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Bye, bub.

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I might just do that.

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Yeah.

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Mm!

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Mmm! What's got into you?

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What, I can't give my missus a cheeky little squeeze?

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Oh, yeah, you sure that's all you're after?

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Well, Mother can manage down here, eh. 20 minutes.

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It's gonna take that long?

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Cor, yeah.

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Well, that was quick.

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Did you even do under the rims?

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I can clean a bog, it ain't exactly rocket science.

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If you want something doing...

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Whoa.

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What about our little reunion upstairs?

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There's plenty of time for all that.

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Why don't you do the bottling up? I'll do the bogs.

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What are you hiding from me?

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-Nothing.

-I know you, Mick Carter.

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You've probably let the cleaning slide all week.

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Please tell me you checked every inch!

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Of course I did.

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Well, you might as well let me help you.

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Look, if you want to help, get upstairs and get that bed warmed up.

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Unless you've changed your mind?

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Want me to give you a hand?

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No, no, you've got other stuff to be getting on with.

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Go on, both of you.

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Ugh!

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You might want to empty this bag from time to time,

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before it grows legs and walks itself to school!

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Tongue in, Billy, I can hear you drooling from here.

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Thanks for this, Mel.

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You owe me.

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Mel, I was wondering if maybe I could just stay for a couple

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more nights, you know, just till I get back on my feet?

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Got a reason to be going through my stuff?

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If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear.

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There was a bad smell.

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PHONE RINGS

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Oh, Sharon. Hi.

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No, no, panic over.

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No, no, it wasn't burglars, no.

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We do need to update the CCTV though and line up some muscle on the door.

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There's a ton of washing up in the sink.

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You've got nothing better to do.

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Yeah, no, of course.

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Well, it doesn't need to be that drastic, really...

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So then it's OK if Ingrid picks up mine with Ricky, yeah?

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Yeah, yeah, no problem.

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It's just that I really need to be doing some extra hours,

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you know, now that...

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Well, you know.

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Friend of yours?

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Not yet.

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SHE CHUCKLES

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-Oh, listen, they're just old mates, that's all.

-Really?

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She wouldn't even look at him twice, would she? Especially now.

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I didn't mean that.

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It's none of my business any more, Jack.

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Have a good day.

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Mel!

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-Least you have some uses.

-Yeah.

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Listen, I've been thinking about your security problems.

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No, I'm on to it.

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-Yeah, but if you needed any help.

-I don't.

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And my sofa is a one-night-only deal, Billy,

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so if I were you, I'd get job hunting.

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Come on. I've got the candles out. Bit of squirty cream!

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What's wrong with it?

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It's a blockage. I ain't had time to call the plumbers or nothing.

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But I wouldn't worry yourself about that, really...

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TOILET FLUSHES

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Oh! Mother must have worked her magic!

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Come on, don't make me get all caveman and drag you up the stairs.

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Come on.

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Arthur, if I ever try to give you advice about women, ignore it.

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Hello.

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Sorry. I had to drop Tyler at his dad's.

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Don't mind just me, do you?

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How could you not notice?

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We had a bit of a nutty crowd in last night, you know.

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I think it was a work do.

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Weren't the usual punters. It's a one-off.

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Yeah. You know, little bit of Columbian now and again,

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-it goes with the territory.

-Not in my pub!

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Well, we'll keep the place clean. We'll have eyes like hawks.

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No, that ain't enough.

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Right, you let this slide once,

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word gets round that we're soft on drugs and I'm not having that.

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Honey, do you know if this electrician is any good?

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No, I just put them up.

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You all right, after...?

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Yes, I'm fine.

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Jay, what's happened?

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-He got mugged.

-It's no big deal.

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Of course it is! That must've been awful!

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I ain't no electrician, but I've done some odds and sods,

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if you want me to take a look?

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Look, if I wanted your help, I would've asked for it, all right.

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Jay?

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You all right? Don't usually work mornings?

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No.

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I was just checking out the jobs.

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How're the kids?

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Fine.

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You?

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I'm getting myself together, you know.

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Maybe you could start by having a wash.

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Anyway, good luck with the job hunt.

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William needs some new trainers.

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I've put them up in the toilets an' all.

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LOUD CONVERSATION

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I might have to have a word in a minute.

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So what do you think?

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I like it. Very classy.

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Yeah, I really like the chandeliers, you know, bit of old-school glamour.

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Do you want another?

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Go on, then.

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Might as well make the most of gaps between FaceTime debriefs

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with Mein Fuhrer.

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This meant to be funny?

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Am I laughing? Use the alleyway from now on.

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Get us a beer.

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Or do I need to report back about the bad service in here?

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Now get out of my sight.

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LOUD CONVERSATION CONTINUES

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What can I get you?

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Mel Owen.

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Oh, yeah, Mick said.

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I'm his wife, Linda.

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Oh.

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Like he told you, we're not after any consultants, so...

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Oh, no, things have changed.

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I'm reopening the club on Turpin Road.

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Sharon never mentioned selling.

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Oh, no, she hasn't.

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I'm just managing it for her.

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Anyway, she suggested I pick your brains.

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We're sorting out the security in the club.

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Have you ever used anyone good on the door?

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We've never needed anyone.

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What, private parties, New Year's Eve?

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I run a tight ship.

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Is that why you need that?

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Did you want a drink?

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Maybe another time.

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-Kathy.

-Mel.

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You know her?

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Yes, I do.

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Get yourself a drink and I'll fill you in.

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Might take longer than one session though!

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Ain't a crack pipe, it's a chipolata, love, get it down ya!

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You didn't actually say that, though, did you?

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Well, yummy mummies giving me the evils cos it ain't organic!

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-Oh, right, you're not into that, then, no?

-As if.

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Right rip off!

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Yeah, I suppose so.

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Arthur, don't run off, mate.

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Arthur, come here, mate.

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Come on.

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Didn't you bring wipes?

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Yeah, there should be some in the bag.

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-Nah.

-Come on, come on. Let's go and sit down. Daddy's trod in dog poo!

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S'cuse me! You got a wet wipe?

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Come on don't tell me you ain't never had a code brown!

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Thanks!

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Here you are.

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Cheers.

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Just typical, this, innit? I'm sorry.

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What you doing later?

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There's a stay-and-play on at the children's centre at half one.

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-You know, I would, it's...

-Oh, come on.

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Toys are covered in gob, but there's a mini football pitch! Football!

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Be just like his daddy.

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Don't be boring.

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Yeah, all right, yeah. For a bit.

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Football!

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Arthur, football!

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-You've got 30 seconds!

-OK.

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Put me in charge of security.

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-Why would I do that?

-Because I know this place inside out.

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No, I don't need you.

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Mel, new CCTV is going to cost you an arm and a leg,

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as is getting a new doorman from one of them specialist agencies.

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I can get you a better, cheaper crew.

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Come on, Mel.

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I've got two kids over the road I've gotta provide for. I need this.

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OK.

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You find me our first doorman by the end of the day and we'll talk.

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You're on.

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LOUD CHATTER

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I'm going to have a word. I mean, new custom's all very well,

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-but not if it scares off the regulars.

-L, just leave 'em.

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All right, boys. Let's calm down, shall we?

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We don't want to peak too soon, do we? All right?

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-Right, get out!

-Come here!

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Go on! Do you not hear me? Do you see what that says?

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You come back again, I'll call the police.

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-Come on, get out!

-Yeah, come on, then, boy!

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I'd like you out!

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I weren't just imagining it, was I?

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The lot of 'em, high as a kite?

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I dunno. Maybe.

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Two days in a row, that's no coincidence, that's a pattern.

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You come back and I'll stick your head down there an' all!

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And I want you out, now!

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Boss don't like seeing good gear go to waste.

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Have a word.

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It's been going on for a few days, I'm going to sort it.

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-You've seen him before?

-Yeah.

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Who's the boss, Mick?

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Aidan.

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Yeah, it's all under control.

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Yeah.

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Actually, Les, I was just wondering

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when you were going to be sending in a full-time manager?

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Right.

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No, yeah, yeah, it can wait a few weeks.

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Yeah, yeah, that's absolutely fine.

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All right, Les.

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All right, well, you give my love to Pam.

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All right, bye, Les.

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We shouldn't have taken that ring!

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If we hadn't, then we wouldn't still have this place!

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Yes, but it ain't ours, is it? It's his!

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You know, we're selling his drugs.

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What's next? A brothel in the back room?

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-Funny.

-No, no, it ain't.

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Cos it's more likely to be another robbery, you know, more guns.

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Is everything all right?

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Oh, yeah, tickety-boo!

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Mick had no choice.

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I'd like to be alone with my husband, please.

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It's all right, Mum.

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-What was I supposed to do?

-Stand up to him!

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All right, it's not just our license, Mick, it's our home!

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-I know.

-We can't let this go on.

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We have to.

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I didn't tell you that The Albert's closed.

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-What?

-Aidan.

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-SHE SIGHS

-He's going to ruin us, ain't he?

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And you and me both know what that animal is capable of.

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I'm in property, not security.

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Yeah, but I thought you might know someone.

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If I did, don't you think I'd be round there myself?

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Listen, me and Mel go back a long way, all right?

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Could put in a good word for you.

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Oh, what? A ringing endorsement from you?

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Don't want to put her off!

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Keanu! You're fit.

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You work out?

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-No, no, Keanu!

-Sorry.

-I didn't mean it like that.

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Kath, this was left outside,

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I think the delivery guy was in a bit of a rush.

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-Oh, right. Thanks, Kush.

-You all right with that?

-Yep.

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-You ever thought about working in a nightclub?

-Eh?

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-On the door, security.

-No, not really.

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-It's not my thing, to be honest.

-Kush, you'd love it!

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All the power, first dabs at all the fit birds.

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-Well, I'm engaged.

-But you could still window shop.

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Yeah, it's a no, Billy. Thank you anyway.

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Listen, thanks for this, all right.

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-Every electrician I looked up was booked.

-Not a problem.

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Can't believe you know all them lame songs.

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Well, it's not my first rodeo.

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Look, I should really be getting 'em back.

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What? I thought we was gonna get him an ice cream.

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Tightwad.

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It's just that Stacey don't really like 'em sort of eating that

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-kind of stuff before dinner.

-Didn't have you down as a doormat.

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Don't do everything she says, do you?

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Well, what's one little ice cream, then, eh?

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It's not going to hurt, is it?

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It's our last night together for a while, innit?

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So I thought we could go out.

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Curry, maybe? Or drink?

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No, no, we can do another DVD, I don't mind...

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I don't mind which one. Honestly, I don't.

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Yeah, OK, that sounds good.

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All right, all right, Dee. I'll see you later, bye-bye. Bye.

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You all right?

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Yes, good.

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Listen, I'm going to talk to Stacey, but just so you know,

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I'm not going to be around to see Arthur for a while.

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Darius is having a bit of a tough time,

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so I said I'd go and stay with him for a bit.

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Oh, right.

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How's Denise with that?

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Well, you know Dee. She's an independent woman.

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Yeah.

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You still in one piece, then?

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Once you get to know her, she's all right.

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So that's what you've been doing, is it? Getting to know her?

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No, sometimes you've gotta shake things up a bit, ain't ya?

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You all right? I got us all one.

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And don't kill me,

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but I got Arthur something for his dinner. He chose it!

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I did say I'd have 'em back, though, you know.

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I've bought it now.

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I ain't got money to burn, you know?

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Come on, it only takes 15 minutes.

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It's good for him, innit? Spend time with his dad.

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Oh, go on, then.

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Better be organic, though.

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Yeah, yeah.

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Yeah, that's right, Big Ed.

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Used to work at the R&R in Walford.

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Sorry, he's what?

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He's dead?!

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Blimey.

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He couldn't've been more than 40!

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Well, I'm sorry to hear that.

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And I'm genuinely sorry for your loss.

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I don't suppose you know anyone else who could work

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a door as cheap as him, do...? Hello?

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Hello?

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Anything I can help you with?

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Not unless you were 20 years younger

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and pumped full of steroids, Kath.

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Billy? Is that nightclub job still going?

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-Yeah.

-Good, I'll take it.

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What made you change your mind?

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Sometimes you need to shake things up a bit.

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-Usual?

-Yes, lovely.

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It's gonna be OK.

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-What's up with him?

-You all right?

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Too many light ales.

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No, no. He's not been drinking.

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Call an ambulance!

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And you really let Tyler do this? Like, choose his own dinner?

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Well, once a week!

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Why not?

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Oh, come on. That's strawberry, one of his five-a-day.

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Lighten up!

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SHE CACKLES

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All right, all right! Easy, easy!

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OK, you win!

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You win, I think, yeah?

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Just watch him while I tidy myself up?

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Yeah, course, course.

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It's all right, mate.

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Shall we have some of this jelly?

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PHONE RINGS

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Did you hear something?

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No.

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Are you sure you know what you're doing?

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It ain't easy in the dark.

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In here.

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Yeah, well, you know, get used to it after a while.

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Actually, something did just creak.

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You reckon?

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Yeah, definitely, yeah.

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Let's just get this done, yeah?

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There you go.

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Nice one! Thanks for that, mate.

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What?

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That wasn't open before.

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You're too easy, mate! You're too easy!

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You are.

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Thanks for that.

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I got a few more jobs need doing, if you're interested?

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Yeah, cheers.

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Don't worry, you'll be all right, son.

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So, Kush, have you done this kind of work before?

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No.

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I stay in shape, though.

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Well, there's still time to train you up before the relaunch, I suppose.

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OK, you're on.

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OK, thank you.

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-So?

-Billy, you're in.

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Head of security?

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General dogsbody.

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But there's always room to work your way up.

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The thing is, though, I'm going to have to find some new digs,

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and if I'm going to be busy working here...

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You can stay on the sofa, for now.

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I'll dock your rent from the wages.

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If they find out he was bang on it in here,

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-the police'll be all over the gaff.

-Is that all you can think about?

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The less we tell them, the better.

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What if he was one of our kids?

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Right, I'll deal with this.

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She ain't stupid.

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How long's he been like this?

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I dunno.

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OK, well, has he taken something?

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If he has, we need to know.

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Sorted.

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What?

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You've got some...

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What?

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Oh.

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Maybe we should...get the kids back.

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Stacey'll be worried.

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Yeah, right barrel of laughs she is, ain't she?

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Maybe we could do this again?

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OK.

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KNOCK ON DOOR

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Martin!

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All right, Stace, it's fine...

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Martin Fowler?

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We had a call from your wife, concerned

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because you haven't returned your children at the agreed time.

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Can we come in?

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What did you tell them?

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I was always going to bring 'em back.

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-What you call the old bill for, eh?

-It's all right, it's OK.

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Foul cow.

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You got really lucky this time, didn't you, Martin?

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So what exactly has he done wrong?

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If we get a call about an aggravating circumstance,

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we have to check it out.

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Dad feeds his kids, crime of the century!

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Oh, is that what he was doing, is it?

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Anyway, it's none of your business.

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Aggravated? Really?

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Martin, what was I supposed to do?

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You didn't bring 'em back on time, you ain't answering my calls.

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I don't have to justify myself.

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Oh, yes, you do!

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If you can't deal with matters amicably, you'll need to get

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solicitors involved, formalise how you work this stuff.

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There you go.

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What did I ever do to you that was so bad?

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I am so sorry, this is all my fault.

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No.

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She didn't have to do that.

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She must really hate me.

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Did they say if he's going to be all right?

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They don't know.

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If you told 'em the truth, I'd get it...

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I couldn't do it.

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No-one's going to ask more questions.

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It's not over though, is it?

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Aidan's not gonna stop until we're finished.

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Lil, are you in the bath yet?

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KNOCKING ON DOOR

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All right!

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Done good, didn't I?

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-His little face...

-I know!

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He was so cut up.

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Don't go soft.

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Well, he's the father of my child.

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But can you just go now, just go.

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Well, I guess I'll see you around, then.

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No, I doubt it.

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Never say never.

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This place ain't as much of a dump as I thought.

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Oi.

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We're Slaters, ain't we? Fight dirty when we have to.

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There ain't no shame in that.

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I'll see you, cuz.

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