01/03/2018 EastEnders


01/03/2018

Hunter steps up for his mum but soon crosses the line. Linda makes a decision with dangerous consequences. Aidan gives Keanu another job.


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I turned over and you weren't there.

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I've been thinking.

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What if we went to the police?

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-L...

-They'd put him behind bars.

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You know, he'd be out of our lives.

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If we go to the police, it will be suicide.

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You know why.

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Then the best thing we can do is...

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..do nothing.

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I need to get Ollie up.

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Ooh, very dapper.

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Listen, are you coming over with me early doors,

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or are you going to wait for your mum?

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All right. Please yourself.

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They're all fine. I've just spoken to them.

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Are you seriously going to keep this from Linda?

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Knowing that he's threatened your kids.

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Keep your voice down.

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What choice do I have?

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You know what she's like, she'll panic, she'll do something stupid.

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Ollie's wet the bed again.

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Oh, has he? Must be having nightmares. I'll go, babe.

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No, no, no. It's OK, I'll do it. You open up.

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She can't know.

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There should have been three vans in total.

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Three.

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Billy, you're not listening to me.

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Look, just tell me exactly how many deliveries actually turned up.

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-Morning.

-Morning.

-Billy, stop talking.

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-I'll be over in a bit.

-Just spoke to the fitters

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and they're going to be at the club at three with the new sign.

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Where did you get the suit?

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Oh, remember that wedding last year?

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-What?

-You just look...handsome.

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You know this is a one day thing, right? Work experience.

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As soon as we're up and running properly,

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you can help out evenings and weekends, but that's it.

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You know what day it is today, don't you?

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Hello.

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Jack?

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You are aware your front door's been left wide open?

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Billy.

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So, what, the old sign going up today, is it?

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Yeah, and we've got three vans' worth of stock arriving.

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Well, listen, if you need an extra pair of hands...

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-We're fine.

-That would be great.

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-Well, do you want to get dressed?

-Yeah.

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Oh, yeah.

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Heart attack at the wheel.

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Killed instantly.

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-Awful business.

-What? Who?

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But he leaves a widow.

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Nasreen. A doctor.

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Not one of your PhD doctors, but a real doctor.

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She must be heartbroken.

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Masood, I want to see you settled.

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-Out of this chair.

-I thought we agreed no dates.

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That was three weeks ago -

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and there you are still sat like Jabba the Hutt.

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Don't you want a family, companionship,

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someone to grow old with?

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Someone to pick out some decent clothes for you, fix your hair?

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Cook you a nice bowel of dhal?

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Nah.

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Oh, I give up, then.

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Chachi, wait.

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PHONE CHIMES

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So what is it, another Inset day today, then?

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No, anniversary of my dad's death.

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All set? Let The Phoenix rise.

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You can say that again.

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Mummy's coming.

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MICK!

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Billy's just dropped another case of champagne.

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I don't know why you're paying him when you can employ me...

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..and why's Desperate Dan here?

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Look, Jack used to run this place.

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He's got plenty of money and time on his hands.

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Yeah, and his eye on you.

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Look, we've got a lot to get through today,

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so either be a part of it or go back to school.

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She died in this room, didn't she?

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Hunter.

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Must be a tough day for him.

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He mentioned something earlier.

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What, he talked to you?

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"Talked" is a bit strong, but...

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Look, maybe I should have a word with him.

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You know, properly, man to man.

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Yeah. Good luck with that.

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This is my gaff. You don't come in here uninvited.

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Do you understand what I'm saying to you?

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You don't terrorise my wife and my little boy

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without suffering the consequences.

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Calm down, Michael.

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I came here bearing gifts.

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Couldn't very well give you that, could I, downstairs?

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I'm a reasonable man.

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This could be lucrative for all of us.

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It's a gift.

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A token of my appreciation.

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I'll take it off the balance.

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I don't want your drug money.

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I just want you out of here.

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No can do, Michael.

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In fact, I am going to put another member

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of our "customer service" team in the ladies.

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Business is booming.

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Don't test me.

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I don't know why you put up with him.

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Right, I'm just going to sign for all of this.

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So how are you settling in?

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New school, new home.

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We really going to do this?

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Small talk.

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You remind me of my brother. Your dad would be proud of you.

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You know, helping your mum out like this.

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Yeah, he used to run this place.

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Yeah, I know.

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So, you know what happened then?

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Listen, people do things.

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All right? They get caught up in things.

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Things they wouldn't normally.

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I mean, look at my brother. Is he perfect? No.

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But does that make him a terrible person?

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Your dad did what he did...

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..but that's not all your dad did.

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What would you know about it?

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I know what it's like to lose someone.

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I've lost me mum, I've lost me dad.

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I lost me wife.

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You know, she used to work in this place.

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Yeah?

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What was her name?

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Ronnie.

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Do you know what someone said to me once?

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Grief it's like this...stone.

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At first, it's heavy, it's overbearing.

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It weighs you down

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and you don't think you're ever going to be able to shake it off...

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..but over time, you know, it wears down.

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It becomes lighter...

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..and that stone is a stone you carry around in your pocket.

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A reminder of the person you lost.

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Read that in a book, did ya?

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Yeah, well...

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I don't even have a stone, do I?

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I didn't know my dad.

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You got this place.

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This is how you know him.

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Come on then, this stock ain't going to move itself, is it?

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Just need to keep our heads down, let this thing run its course.

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It'll all blow over. I'm going to go and change the barrel.

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-Pint of ale, please.

-Yeah.

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-Where's Mick?

-Changing the barrel.

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-Why?

-Nothing.

-Shirley.

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Gents' toilets.

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Excuse me.

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-Ow.

-What happened to that ear and nose trimmer I gave you?

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-I'm not hitting on a grieving widow.

-Dead is dead.

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-OK, fine, that's it. I'm done.

-Sit.

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Right, that's enough. Out!

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Can you hear me? I said out!

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Linda.

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Who's that?

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-Robbie.

-Robbie, what are you doing?

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A number two.

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I thought you said you saw two lads head in here?

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They must have scarpered.

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Everything all right?

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This has to stop.

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Sorry.

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I had a dodgy kebab. Went right through me.

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What do you want?

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Now, now. Manners maketh the man.

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Got a little job for you.

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Pop this in that coffin.

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Seal it. Job done.

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Zero risk.

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Oh, what's this?

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I was just hoping to make a down payment on my funeral.

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Talk you through some options, shall I?

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Why don't you pop it in an e-mail?

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-And what is your e-mail?

-Tell you what, fax it to me.

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I'm nearly finished.

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He's got us trapped, in our own home.

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-I will sort this.

-How?

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How much longer are we going to let him get away with this?

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You know, swanning around as if he owns the place.

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I know, we have to keep our heads down.

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He'll get bored.

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And what if he doesn't? What then?

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I'm going to figure something out. I promise.

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No, it's Linda.

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Can we meet?

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Right. The sign's arrived.

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The sign's arrived.

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It's my job to tell her, I'm the manager.

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No, Billy, I'm the manager.

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Yeah. I know that.

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Assistant manager to your manager.

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-Is that camera ready?

-Yeah.

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Oh, don't tweet anything until you run it by me.

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You heard him.

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Right, let's do this.

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Come on, then.

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THEY CHUCKLE

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Oi.

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All right, boys, when you're ready.

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This could all be yours one day.

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I wanted to call it The Phoenix.

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Yeah, you and Peter Kay.

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Well, you just want to forget everything about him.

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This is not about your father. This is about branding.

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Exactly. E20 - that name means something round here.

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This is my club, it's not yours -

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and it certainly isn't your father's.

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No, cos you've already replaced him.

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-What's that supposed to mean?

-Had him over the desk yet?

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-What? Who are you talking about?

-Jack.

-I'm not sleeping with Jack.

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I don't need another dad, I've already got one.

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Billy!

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-Billy!

-Yep.

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Take that sign down.

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-No!

-Take it down. Now.

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Billy! No!

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Call me when it's sorted.

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Behind every great man.

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Is a woman who's had enough.

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Oh, that's a gift.

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It's hush money and I don't want it in my house.

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Well, take it into town, buy yourself something nice.

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Does Michael know you're here?

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I want you out of our lives.

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OK.

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What I propose is, let's speed this up.

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The sooner you both repay what you stole from me.

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We've stolen nothing.

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The sooner you repay what you stole from me,

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the sooner I will be out of your lives.

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-Why won't you just leave us alone?

-Why don't you keep your voice down?

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-Please, just...

-Keep your voice down.

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Take the money.

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And what if I don't? What then?

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We know people.

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Just remember that.

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We know people.

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I will have chicken and chips in a box...

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..and you are paying.

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DOOR BANGS

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Oh...

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Are you wearing my kurta?!

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Why?

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To impress a widow, apparently.

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Chachi insists on sending photos.

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She's upstairs on the phone, laying the groundwork.

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Of course, I see.

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I'm a 40-year-old man.

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-40?

-You can add VAT to that.

-No, that's not the point.

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The point is, I'm a grown man.

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How I choose to look, to dress,

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to speak to the opposite sex, it's not Chachi's business.

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-No.

-It's not your business. It's mine.

-I didn't say a word.

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-Good.

-Where are you going?

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Out! And tell her not to send those photos!

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Keys.

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He's a good kid. He just misses his dad, that's all.

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-He didn't even know his dad.

-Well, maybe that's the trouble.

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No, that's not the trouble.

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The trouble's not his dad, Jack, the trouble's you.

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You need to back off.

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What? Is that what you want?

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Yeah, it is what I want.

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Every time I turn around you're there.

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The house, the club.

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You're like a bad smell.

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Look, you're upset. All right, I get it.

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No, obviously you don't get it.

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I don't need a man, Jack -

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and if I did, it certainly wouldn't be you.

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So, please, just stay away.

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Where you been, L? You've been hours.

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I needed a walk.

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-What have you done?

-Someone had to do something.

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Please tell me you haven't done anything stupid.

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I went to give him his money back, that's all.

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What? He's ruining our lives!

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You have no idea what we're dealing with.

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I know exactly what we're dealing with.

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-Where's the money?

-I gave it back to him.

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-Why?!

-What? Why are you so angry?

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You see these. Two hundred shots a piece, these are.

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He's conned the supplier and put it on our credit.

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What? How is that even possible? And why would he do that?

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To mess with us, that's why,

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and show us he can do anything he wants.

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That is the least of our worries.

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I thought I was helping, Mick, I'm sorry.

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-I'm sorry.

-No.

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No.

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I'm not going to let him get away with it.

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Then what are we going to do?

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We're going to go to the Old Bill.

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Right, most of the dodgy wiring's been stripped out

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but I'll need to come back tomorrow.

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Listen, I know this is a bit of a liberty,

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but you couldn't hang about for an extra hour for me could you?

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-I gotta nip out on a house call.

-Mate, I'm shattered.

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I know, but it's a young kid. Ten years old, leukaemia.

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-Parents want to go through the plans. Do you mind?

-No. Yeah.

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Course, course, course, go.

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Ain't an easy job, is it?

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We all do things we don't want to do.

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Listen, I won't be long. All right? Thanks, I appreciate it.

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You don't run a bar without picking up a few tricks along the way.

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Just this once to remember your father.

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Sorry about earlier, I know you were just trying to do the right thing.

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I've been trying to protect you for so long...

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..from the ugly truth.

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We both know your dad wasn't a saint.

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Yeah, but he was my dad.

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Yeah, I know, but it's easy to worship someone you've never met.

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-Is there a point to this?

-Yes, there is a point.

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Steve Owen will always be your father.

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He might not have been perfect, but he did give me you -

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and for that we should both be very grateful.

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To your father.

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To Steve.

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I've got something to show you.

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Looks good, right?

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Nancy. Hello, sweetheart.

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How are ya? Nah, it's freezing here.

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You what?

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Who's called ya?

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Well, what was his name?

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Aidan.

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I had no idea arranged marriages was still the thing.

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You know, I thought they went out with...

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Analogue radio?

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Is that how you met your wife, you know, what's her name?

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Zainab. No, not really.

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I was the other man.

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-You weren't.

-Yeah.

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I was a terrible Muslim.

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So...do you miss her?

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Yeah, I suppose I do.

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Maybe it's...

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I don't know, maybe it's the idea of her.

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You know, someone to go back home to, watch TV with.

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-Know what I mean?

-Yeah, I know.

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-Two cod and chips, please.

-Chachi ji...

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Your uncle insists on fish for supper.

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-Nice to not have to cook anything, eh?

-You know, I was thinking...

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Maybe it's OK to send those photos after all.

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I already did.

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Yeah, and...?

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Oh, right.

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Not her type, apparently.

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Salt and vinegar?

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Here he is.

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Are you gonna leave me on two blue ticks all day, or what?

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Oi!

0:24:300:24:32

Cheers, darling.

0:24:330:24:35

Well, well, well.

0:24:370:24:39

Three times in one day.

0:24:390:24:41

The pleasure is all mine.

0:24:410:24:43

A large whisky and a drop of water, sweetheart.

0:24:440:24:48

In your own time.

0:24:490:24:51

What did they say?

0:25:040:25:07

Mick.

0:25:070:25:09

-We can't, L, all right? We just...

-Why not?

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Well, you can serve him, then, cos I'm done!

0:25:150:25:17

Police, please.

0:25:500:25:51

Hunter steps up for his mum but soon crosses the line. Linda makes a decision with dangerous consequences. Aidan gives Keanu another job.


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