06/03/2018 EastEnders


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06/03/2018

The Carters reach breaking point and consider extreme action. Aidan makes his authority known. Honey offers an olive branch to Billy.


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Teen, go and get some cloths,

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or see if there's any sand we can put down.

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MICK BREATHES HEAVILY

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Hold still.

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No, it shouldn't sting, cos it isn't antiseptic.

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Ms Owen doesn't have much in the way of a first aid kit.

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Thanks for coming over, Hon.

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Really appreciate it.

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It's all right.

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Will and Janet are with Ingrid anyway, so it's OK.

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So come on, tell me - how did you walk into a lamppost?

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You always did have a gentle touch.

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Look, I think you might need to go to hospital.

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-Looks as if you might need stitches.

-No, no.

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Be all right.

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Can I come over and see the kids now?

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Not yet.

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Look, I'll go and get you some antiseptic, yeah?

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Oh, yeah, yeah.

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L, you ain't seen a sticky note, have you?

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Sh! Trying to put him down for a nap!

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I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I just...

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-It's pretty urgent, though.

-What's on it?

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Could be the answer to our little problem.

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It's a phone number for a geezer that can sort out Aidan.

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"Sort out Aidan"?

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Oh, no, there must be something else, Mick. Another way.

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No, no, there's no other way.

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Mick, you know who you need to talk to.

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Go and see Phil.

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Here, what about my nibbles?

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Party's cancelled, Kim.

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-I don't think so.

-There ain't going to be no party, darling.

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Do you understand me?

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-Billy?

-Hi.

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OK, this WILL sting, all right?

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-But it'll be better in the long run.

-Yeah.

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Very brave.

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So what's in the bag, then? Some magazines and some grapes?

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No...

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I just found a few bits at the back of the wardrobe.

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I don't want these, Hon.

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I want you. Us.

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The kids.

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They'll always be your kids, Billy.

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Then let me see them.

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And it was her genius idea to ask me?

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Yeah, she has her moments, our Teen.

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-He'll listen to you.

-Only if he wants to.

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You do know what he's just done, don't you?

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Well, you're still here, ain't you? He didn't strike the match.

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Anyway, it weren't him. He was with me in a caff.

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So what are you trying to do? Get him off on a technicality, Phil?

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My boy was in the doorway.

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We both know who's pulling the strings.

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You need to tell him to leave.

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Is there an "or else"?

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Well, funnily enough, there is.

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Cos a friend of mine gave me a number.

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-Which friend?

-It don't really matter, does it?

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-He needs to leave for his own sake.

-You want to calm down.

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He's terrorising my family, Phil. What would you do?

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If I was you? I'd give him his money back, if I had it.

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I don't need accusations, I need your help.

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I mean, I could ask you, "Where's your son?" or "Where you been?"

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But I won't, cos I know none of us took that money,

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and that none of us would be that stupid.

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I'll help you.

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What, you'll back me up?

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I'll give you some advice.

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Don't ever threaten Aidan again, not in front of me.

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And get your family together, not a mob, and pack your bags and leave.

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And delete that number, Mick!

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Here they are!

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-Where's Will?

-He was happy playing with the kids and Ingrid.

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Hello, Princess, how are you?

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-Good.

-That's good.

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Here, darling, look, it don't hurt. Look?

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Silly Daddy bumped into a lamppost.

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Yeah.

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A silly Billy, ain't he?

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Janet? Janet, come over here and see your dad, eh?

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-Janet?

-Billy...

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Just give her a chance to get used to it, eh?

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Janet?

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Janet, come over here. Your dad needs a cuddle.

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Look, come on, sweetheart.

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Go and see your daddy, yeah? Look, he needs you.

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Please, baby?

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You all right?

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No.

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Don't worry, Linda.

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Whoever gave him that number, he can get it again.

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That's exactly what I'm worried about.

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-This is serious.

-I know!

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If there is a way out, Mick has to take it.

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Aidan's given us no choice.

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So he's put it right on me.

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Thursday, eight bells, I need backup.

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What, do I look suicidal? No, he's your problem, Mick.

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Back in his good books now, are you?

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No, but it's you who he thinks took the money,

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so it's you he's got his targets on.

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I didn't take his money. I need help.

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I need a show of force,

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because I'm not going to live my life like this any more.

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Billy's with me.

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All right, look, between us boys...

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..how did you save the Vic?

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What, and then you'll back me, yeah?

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I'll think about it.

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Halfway nicked a ring out the back of that van. He gave it to me.

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-It was worth two hundred bags.

-No way!

-Yes way.

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So, are you with me or what?

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I'll let you know.

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-What?

-Scraping the barrel there, Mick.

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Well, he's a mate, ain't he?

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When he wants to be.

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PHONE RINGS

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Yep.

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What a touch!

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Billy? What's that all about?

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I've had it since I was 16.

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Haven't got another top.

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What, you've had a battered face since you were 16?

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-Billy...

-What?

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-I'll put the kettle on, all right?

-Yeah.

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Here he is, the man with a plan, at last.

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Where was it?

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Just get it rung. Doesn't matter where it was.

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He covered my grandson in petrol!

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Tell him to do it painfully, and slowly.

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This ain't like ordering a Chinese, Mum.

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-All right, I'll do it meself.

-No, no, no.

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We're not going to rush into this.

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Well, we should vote, then.

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Vote?

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Half hour ago, I would've rung this number, no problem,

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but you cannot make this decision in the heat of the moment.

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I vote to kill him.

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Tina?

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No, I can't...

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I struggle to choose white or brown bread.

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-That's a yes from Tina.

-What?

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-No, she never...

-No! OK, then, I vote no.

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I'd rather we ran away than done this.

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OK, well, that's one apiece.

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L?

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If it's him or us...

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..I know it should be us...

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..but I can't, Mick, all right? Please don't make me vote.

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Right.

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So that's one apiece.

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Deciding vote is yours, Mick.

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Mugged?

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Yeah. They didn't get anything.

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I ain't got anything to get, have I?

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But one of them, well, he caught me proper.

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Was it the same bloke who done me?

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What did he look like?

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Like a regular hood rat. He was one of Aidan's goons.

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Yeah, yeah, that sounds like the same one.

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You don't think they're hanging about on the Square

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waiting for one of us to be on our own, do you?

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I suppose.

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See, it's funny, Billy, because I've just seen Honey,

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and she told me you walked into a lamppost.

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Yeah, well, I had to tell her that, didn't I?

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It's embarrassing, being mugged by kids.

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Jay, I swear.

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Now can we talk about something else, please?

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Well, yeah.

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Yeah, we can talk about the truth, if you like.

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Come on, who did it?

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Well, I'm not going to vote, so it's a draw.

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He tried to burn this place down. He knows where Johnny and Nancy are!

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-What's there to think about?

-He knows what?

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-No, I didn't want to tell you...

-Look, I don't need protecting!

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Right, sod it, I vote yes.

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Now you ring that number, because our children,

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they DO need protecting.

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He pushed us here, Mick.

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No. Use the phone box.

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You don't want him knowing your number.

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He's battered Billy!

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Well, he wouldn't hit him for no reason, would he?

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-Well, was you there?

-No!

-Right, shut up, then.

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Look, Jay, just calm down, sweetheart,

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-and tell us what's wrong.

-His mate is what's wrong.

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Walking round here, giving it the big I am. Walking into

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people's houses and people's businesses like he owns them.

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And now he's battering people!

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-Did he tell you about the box, did he?

-Oi, oi, easy.

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-No. What box is that?

-It's all wrapped up.

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A nice surprise, weren't it? Ask him.

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Ask him what type of bloke his mate really is.

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Or maybe you don't know?

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Maybe he was all right when you knew him before?

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But people change, don't they?

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Look, I'm sorry for shouting, all right,

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but Billy's kids are afraid to even look at him right now.

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So why don't you think about that, eh?

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Poor Billy.

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Tell the kids we're going to get a takeout.

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I'll go and get it now.

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What's so urgent? Cos I gotta wash this off me head soon.

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Yeah, sorry, Whit, it's a little bit delicate.

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All right.

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I need you to have a word with Halfway.

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Why? What about?

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I need you to tell him to be careful, just in case.

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In case what?

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What's going on?

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-I know there's something going on.

-Yeah, you could say that. Erm...

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I can't tell you, OK? It's on a strictly need-to-know basis.

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I just need you to tell him that he needs to watch his back.

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In Iraq?

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Tell him Mick said that thing that he did -

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someone knows about it.

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And so, if people start asking him questions...

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-Play dumb.

-Yeah, play dumb.

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Shouldn't be too difficult for him, should it?

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You know what I mean? Good girl.

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This has got something to do with Aidan, ain't it?

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Yeah, Halfway got himself in a spot of bother with Aidan

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and we're just trying to help him out.

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Do you want to wash that off? Go upstairs.

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Yeah, go on. Go on, babe.

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Thanks.

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Oh, not on Linda's white towels!

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Yeah, try not to use the blue ones either, babe, please.

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If you can...

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How has someone else found out about Halfway and the ring?

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I might have said something to Vincent, you know,

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I was trying to get him on board.

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Vincent's your mate. He ain't going to grass, is he?

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Just go and keep your eye on Whitney.

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If anyone sees her up there, I'll be paying that hitman double bubble.

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Tonic water, please.

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What you doing?

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I was just putting something away.

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Lou, you don't need to use all that makeup at once.

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This is how the girls at school wear it. I was just trying it out.

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-Look more like Mary the Punk.

-Who?

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Listen, there's some cleanser on my dresser, pink bottle.

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You don't need all that slap. You're a natural beauty.

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SHARON SIGHS

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MUSIC: Let's Dance by David Bowie

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MICK CLEARS THROAT

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Hi.

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You all right? I always know a new face.

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Mind if I join you?

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I'm John Smith.

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Oh...

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Sorry, listen, I've got an interview nearby.

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I didn't realise this was, er, you know...

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I don't know the pubs around here.

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What's this? A little test?

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Is this a gay bar?

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So you're not the geezer that I rang earlier?

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For what?

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I just fancied a roll about.

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Nah, not me.

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Sorry, mate, you seem nice and that...

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Mistaken identity.

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KNOCK AT DOOR

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OK to smoke this in here?

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Depends whether you brought a can of petrol with you or not.

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Oh, you heard about that? Unfortunate incident.

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Mind if I have a drink?

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I know I should give up the gargle...

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..but a little bit of what you fancy does you no harm.

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What exactly did Billy do wrong?

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Oh, mate, I know I overstepped the mark there.

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Young William being family an' all, but you know what it's like -

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the heat of the moment,

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us boys being given the runaround like that.

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I'll make it up to him,

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I'll cut him in when I set up shop in The Vic again.

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Got anything else to say?

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You and I, Philip -

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I have spent more quality time with you than with the ex-Mrs Maguire.

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And I know you are keeping something from me.

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-You know everything I do.

-Yes, I do.

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France, was it? Seeing your young lad?

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He ain't got your money.

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You are the only person on Earth I'd believe there.

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Good.

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So what's this all about?

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Mick, Billy...

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-Bit strong, ain't it?

-It'll be over soon. It'll be smooth again.

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I promise. You want in?

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-PHIL SIGHS

-Do you think people change?

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I read somewhere that they do, but you and I, we'll never change.

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Not after all we've been through together.

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We're brothers.

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-JP...

-Yeah?

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Take care, yeah?

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-You ain't getting any younger.

-Oh, I don't know.

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Still plenty of snap left in this old whip yet, sir!

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SAFE BEEPS, LOCK CLICKS

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Yes!

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SHARON SIGHS

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PHIL SIGHS

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-Still nothing?

-State the obvious, L.

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We could take Tina's advice, you know. We could just go.

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No, I've made the call now.

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It's like you say, you know, we got to protect the kids, so...

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Ollie's still up.

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I'd better go and see to him. We don't want him to see us panicking.

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Quiet.

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Yeah. Always is early in the week, mate.

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Can I get you another?

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Oh, yes, thank you...

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..John.

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Should've seen her face.

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My own daughter.

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Looked at me like I was a stranger.

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Well, you do a look a bit...

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..you know, Rocky Horror, Bill.

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Who did you go and see?

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Don't be getting into trouble cos of me, Jay...

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Look, he walked into a lamppost, all right?

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Janet was frightened. She loves him.

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-Don't want to see him hurt.

-Don't want to see him, more like.

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Is it all right if I leave my stuff here?

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-Yeah, course.

-Where are you going?

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Mel's, I suppose.

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I'll pop round and see them later on in the week.

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All this will have calmed down a bit by then, won't it?

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-Yeah, yeah.

-Yeah, I'll look normal.

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Never really look normal, do you?

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Ah, well, I'd best be off.

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600.

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Bills on top.

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Me, live here?

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Well, hang on, hang on. Is that an offer?

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Well, it's not a flaming haiku!

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If you want to go back to Blondezilla's couch, it's your call.

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-I don't know what to say.

-Yes! Say yes!

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Well, you'd have somewhere to bring Janet and William, wouldn't you?

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Yeah.

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No! No, get off.

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Thanks.

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I really appreciate this.

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Yeah, well, you're on washing-up duty for the next two weeks,

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-all right?

-No problem.

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You did make me laugh with that other fella.

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Yeah. I'm not exactly used to this kind of thing.

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No, well, be grateful for that.

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Yeah.

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You're not what I was expecting, if you don't mind me saying.

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No, don't mind. It's a compliment of sorts.

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How close to the Derrick would that big lad have got

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before they got suspicious?

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"Derrick"?

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Oh, sorry, sorry, I refer to all the targets as Derrick.

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You know, walls have ears, don't they?

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And I've never met a nice Derrick. When I do, I'll change it.

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Maybe to Donald.

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Can I ask you a question?

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Course, but you must understand, there's not many I can answer.

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How did you get into this line of work?

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Well, funny story - I moved into a new flat.

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Previous occupant did this line of work.

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Potential customer came round, he thought I was him.

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Well, I needed the money.

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-No way.

-Yeah!

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On my dear mother's grave. Total accident.

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Can I ask YOU a question, John?

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I'll precursor it with a caveat -

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I don't need the money any more.

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So I can ask, freely and fairly...

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..are you sure?

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Vincent.

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You're jumpy.

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Didn't expect to see someone standing in the dark.

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Oh, there's plenty of light here.

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Believe me, I don't like being in the dark.

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And speaking of being in the dark -

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little bird tells me that Michael was with you earlier.

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Yeah, my missus, she wants to book The Vic.

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Ah, so that's it?

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Cos I know that Michael has got a lot on his plate,

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and I'd be grateful for any info.

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Threatening children? That's a desperate man.

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Yeah.

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Is that what you want to be?

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-I just want to do right by my family.

-Mm.

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Well, you might not be getting your hands dirty -

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you definitely won't if you hire me -

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but it's not the hands that keep you awake at night.

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It's this.

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See, I know the sort who can live with it...

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..and I'm not sure you're someone who can.

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Again, something to be grateful for.

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So, as my old mum used to say,

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"Time to do your business, or get off the pot."

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Sometimes the wisest action is retreat.

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-Ask General Custer.

-HE CHUCKLES

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You should be a counsellor, not a hitman.

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Well, wish I was.

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Wrong time, wrong place.

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Yeah, tell me about it.

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I'll take the job. You just say the word.

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No.

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He says no.

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Correct choice.

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Lovely to meet you. Both.

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Can't make you do that.

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Thank you.

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What now?

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MUSIC: London Calling by the Clash

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You'd better pay for that.

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Go and get your nut down. It'll be your turn down here soon.

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-I can't sleep.

-I'll turn it down.

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I'm worried about you.

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Can't you talk to Aidan? Come to some arrangement with the dealing?

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This is a Carter pub.

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I will not have scum telling us what to do.

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Just don't want you getting hurt.

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I don't fancy getting hurt either, Teen.

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Well, he ain't coming on his own, is he?

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-Do me a favour...

-Anything.

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Go to bed, babe.

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# Quit holding out, and draw another breath

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# London calling, and I don't wanna shout

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# But while we were talking, I saw you nodding out

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# London calling, see, we ain't got no high

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# Except for that one with the yellowy eye

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# The ice age is coming, the sun's zooming in

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# Engines stop running... #

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It's a bit late for sports, innit?

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Thought you said he was coming on Thursday.

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He is.

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But you thought he might turn up early?

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Maybe because you thought I couldn't keep my mouth shut?

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I ain't said nothing, Mick. That's not all I am.

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And I owe Aidan.

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So what are you saying?

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I'm in.

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Are you sure?

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What's the worst that can happen?

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