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08/03/2018

Linda's nerves get the better of her. Shirley makes an attempt at trying to solve her family's dangerous situation.


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You're not planning on putting your name up there, are you?

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Nah. No, this is for heroes, Jack.

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I don't know about that.

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Most of these boys didn't have a choice in the matter.

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Bravest thing they did was not run away.

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Well, I ain't running away.

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Did you get anything?

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Nah, I tried.

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Listen, Mick. Just say the word, I'm there for you, yeah?

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Eight o'clock, is it?

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Right, listen, I'll speak to Ingrid, get the kids down, I'll be round.

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You ain't got no beef with Aidan.

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If I wanted the Queen Vic full of druggies

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and power drinkers, I'd get Phil Mitchell off the wagon, wouldn't I?

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Plus, he's kicking out a good family. That's enough for me.

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He might have backup.

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So have you.

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Answer me!

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Why am I getting texts about you ditching school?

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I broke something, all right?

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What have you broke?

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-You've got to be winding me up!

-It's brand-new!

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You can't leave school because you broke your phone!

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-I was upset.

-Yeah, so am I.

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Do you know how much it costs to replace a screen?

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How did you drop it?

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I didn't mean to, did I?

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Keegan knocked it out of my hands with a ball.

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-Again?

-Yeah.

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Right, get your coat. He owes us.

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He'll be out at the park.

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He'll be knocked out, when I get hold of him.

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Tiff? Tiff!

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-What?

-Can you come down for a minute, please?

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I thought you wanted me to stay in my room.

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-Well, Halfway's going to video call me, ain't he?

-What? You showing off?

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No, I just need you to help me with me face.

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And make that look reasonable.

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Look, Whit, I know I'm good but, come on, give me a chance.

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-Well, you can go straight back up to your room, if you like.

-All right!

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I'll go get my blowtorch and goggles!

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-Cheeky!

-Oi, watch my hair!

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Right. I've got my weapons of mass attraction.

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What's up?

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I should tell him about Mick.

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What's it to do with Halfway, anyway?

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Nothing.

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Come on, then, slap me war paint on.

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So why are you getting involved?

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I want Aidan gone, yeah?

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Mick's hardly going to be able to do that.

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And why do you care if he's gone or not?

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You don't want Pearl growing up around drugs, do you?

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-Drugs.

-Don't say that.

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See? That's what I'm talking about, though, right there.

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Baby girl, you don't worry. We are not going to stand for it.

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DOORBELL RINGS

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This is a good neighbourhood,

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and no three-year-old should know that word.

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But listen, listen!

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Are you listening? You said it very nicely.

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But don't say it again. OK?

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-Yes, Mummy.

-OK.

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Bit quiet.

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It's dead, Mick.

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Well, it's early doors, innit?

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Everyone knows who's coming. So...

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Oh, leave off!

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What are you doing with a Taser?

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It's the best I could get at short notice.

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-What do you think's going to happen here?

-War.

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No! Put it away. It ain't going to come to that.

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-You going to talk him round, are you, Mick?

-Yeah.

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Failing that, I got Vincent, I got Jack, I got Billy backing me,

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so, you know...

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Two out of three ain't bad.

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You know, you frighten me sometimes, you really do.

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I'm going to show that geezer I ain't going to roll over, there ain't going to be no war.

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There certainly ain't going to be any Tasers. Do you hear me?

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Well, I'll be there as well.

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He's old-fashioned, he wouldn't hit a woman.

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You hope.

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Now, did I get them wipes?

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Cos he will realise that he'll have to back down.

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Walk away from the Taser, Mother!

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So, what if I get sold drugs by one of Aidan's gang?

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You don't want to find out, trust me.

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She wanted me to see if you were OK, and Hunter.

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I didn't want to bother you.

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Well, you can tell her we're doing fine.

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Thank you for visiting.

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-But don't visit again?

-Correct.

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You did a good job. She'll leave you alone.

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-Did she?

-Ha...

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Oi! I want to talk to you.

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Oi!

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Talking to you!

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ENGINE STARTS

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-LAUGHS:

-Cursed...

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Weyland's, poor Abi, now Ollie.

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Our pub, a drugs den. I'm telling you, Mick...

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-Oh, leave off.

-It is!

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You know, your mother's going to be sick of us threatening

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to move in every half hour.

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No, this ain't a threat. All right?

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With or without you, we are going.

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I've had enough, Mick, my nerves can't take it.

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Good.

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Eh?

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I want you four out the way, and then I'll call you tomorrow

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and you can come back after I've sorted this mess out.

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Are you deluded? I mean, what do you think is going to happen?

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Aidan ain't going to back down. We've tried everything!

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Yeah, tonight, he will. This is Ollie's stuff.

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I wish I could believe it, I really do,

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but blind optimism just ain't enough.

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I can see clearly, L.

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Come with us, all right? You're kidding yourself.

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-He's going to get himself killed.

-Oh, shut up, Teen.

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-PHIL:

-How do you know the driver of the van?

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-MEL:

-How do you know he was driving the van?

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Cut the crap, all right?

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Now, he said, "You did a good job,"

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which means you've got the money back.

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Why are you asking me so many questions if you know everything?

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Well, who nicked it off of Ben?

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And Mick didn't have anything to do with it, so why's Aidan after him?

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And if you don't know, who does, eh?

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Listen, if you shrug one more time...

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Look, listen, caveman, believe it or not, I am protecting you here.

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I've sorted things with Ciara, I didn't rob anyone, unlike you,

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and I'm not turning anyone over, which is something you should be thanking me for.

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Thanking you? Why should I be thanking you?

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I've got to make dinner for my boy.

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Listen, why should I be thanking you?

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Now, you tell me everything, now!

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You don't want to know everything. Just be happy it's gone away.

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Dad, can we go?

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I'm serious when I say...

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..what you don't know won't hurt you.

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No need, my love. No punters.

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What, have you run out of booze?

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No.

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Got a little showdown with Aidan, so people are keeping their distance.

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Oh, the Irish fella?

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Cricket bat to the knees worked for us, back in the day.

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-I think you and my mum need a little chat.

-No, no, no.

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I'm just saying that violence is the only thing some people understand.

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See, he who's prepared to go that extra mile wins!

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Why don't you pop back a bit later, about nineish,

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and I'll buy you a drink?

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Bit late for me, son. I'll see you tomorrow.

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Yeah.

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I hope so.

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Why are you still here?

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Cos it's my gaff.

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You apologise to Aidan and you let him shift his gear.

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He'll soon get bored, it ain't his thing.

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I can't do that, Phil.

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You front him out and he'll kill you.

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Come on, Dad, I want to go home.

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Not with my backup.

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He'll kill them an' all.

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DISTANT SIREN

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You didn't get the answers you were looking for from her?

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-Do you know anything?

-How well do you know Mr Maguire?

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I was banged up with him 24 hours a day, best part of a year.

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That's nearly enough time to scratch the surface.

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Are you telling me Aidan gave Ciara the money back?

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No, I'm not telling you nothing.

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The money has returned to the rightful owner, matter closed.

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Just a bit of advice -

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Mr Maguire is like a magician.

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Shows you up his sleeve while the other hand...

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-..is in your wallet.

-All I want to know is who nicked the money.

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You did, with him.

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And the others.

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I mean from us.

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In a way, you did.

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ENGINE STARTS

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Can we go now?

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You all right, Bill? You're a bit early.

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Want a booze?

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What's happened?

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Aidan...

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I'm sorry, Mick...

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No, don't be sorry.

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Don't be sorry. Get yourself off. Go on, I understand.

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It wasn't Keegan's fault, really.

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I shouldn't have had my phone out in the first place.

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And I've got some savings, so I'll just pay for a new screen.

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At least someone round here knows how to tell the truth.

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You got any homework needs doing?

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Get it done, then.

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-VOICEMAIL:

-Please leave a message after the tone.

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Sharon, it's me...

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Where are ya?

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We need to talk about Mel, and her mate Ciara.

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PHONE CLATTERS, HE SIGHS

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Do us half a lager.

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You all right?

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Billy's out.

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Oh, no! What we going to do without Billy?

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-AS PRIVATE FRAZER:

-We're doomed, I tell yer, we're doomed!

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HE CHUCKLES

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How do we keep getting in these messes?

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Maybe...we are cursed.

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I know I certainly am.

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All we want to do is have a boozer, have it tick over nicely,

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have a bit of a laugh along the way.

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I mean, is that too much to ask?

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MESSAGE TONE

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"Have my drink ready.

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"No rubbish. Single malt.

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"8pm. Aidan."

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Clearly it is too much to ask.

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-He's late.

-Good, cos this blackhead won't go.

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Argh, Tiff!

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I thought you were too old to get spots anyway!

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INTERNET CALL TONE You cheeky little madam.

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Right, he's calling. Go on, clear off.

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You going to tell him about the big fight, then?

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What can he do about it?

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Maybe just turn your head to the right a bit

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so he can't see your spot.

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Hi!

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You are a sight for sore eyes.

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-You OK?

-Yeah.

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You got a sore neck?

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Yeah, I slept funny.

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I wish I was there to massage it for you.

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-BACKGROUND CHATTER

-Shut up, ya mugs!

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Sorry, Whit, someone found a stash of digestives,

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they're selling them for a fiver.

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Um, I need to...

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-I've got to tell you something.

-You ain't funny.

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Eurgh, there's a skid mark in them as well!

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Sorry, Whit, they shouldn't even be in here.

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Well, it's about Mick.

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Why, what's up? Is he all right?

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-Yeah, for now...

-Wahey!

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I swear, I'm going to iron the pair of you out.

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Sorry, Whit, I'll have to ring you back

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once I've got rid of these divs. I'm sorry.

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Go on. Whack another one in there.

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Is that your tactic, is it?

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Get drunk so you can't feel anything?

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They're only halves.

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Yeah, but they add up to wholes, Mick, and you're a lightweight.

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Last chance. We're setting off in a minute.

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Yeah, and I'll call you later. I'll see you tomorrow.

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L! L!

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Come here. Give us a kiss. Don't... Don't leave like that.

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Look, I know you're doing this for us, but there's no need.

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Let's just cut our losses and go.

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I don't hear no fat bird singing, do you?

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So while we've still got a chance, I'm going to stay here.

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Drag him out if it gets bad.

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Vincent. How are you, son?

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He had this delivered to my house.

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For Pearl.

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It's even more reason to help us out.

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No... No, not when he's threatening his kid.

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He wouldn't go for a kid.

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Would he?

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Well, he was happy to soak Ollie in petrol, weren't he? So...

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And he wasn't fussed to make Pearl an orphan.

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Listen, Mick, I want to help, man, I do...

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Listen, listen, it's all right, I understand.

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Go.

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Go and look after them girls of yours. Go on.

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DOOR OPENS AND CLOSES

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-Tell Linda... Tell her to wait.

-Eh?

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I ain't having no more kids being threatened because of me.

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He ain't getting our apology either.

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When he gets here, we'll be locked up, we'll be long gone.

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And then what?

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Well, he'll have nowhere to serve his drugs up from

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and he'll disappear. We'll be back in a week, tops.

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You hope.

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It's a plan, innit?

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It's only me!

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Right...

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Can you give me a hand with the unpacking?

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Typical.

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-Well, you're early.

-I was just dusting off me jab.

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Yeah, well you can keep that jab on hold, son,

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cos we're going to do the offs.

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I don't know who I was trying to kid,

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cos there ain't a line that Aidan won't cross.

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And he will damage all of us.

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-So, we're going to have it on our toes.

-On your toes?

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I'm not a gangster. I'm a family man.

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Some good people round here, and you're one of 'em, Jack.

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Listen, you give me a call if you need anything, yeah?

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-And I'll see you soon.

-Yeah. Yeah, I hope so.

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-VOICEMAIL:

-You have one new message.

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Press star for more options.

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-PHIL:

-Sharon, it's me...

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Where are ya?

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We need to talk about Mel, and her mate Ciara.

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HE SNORES

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Lady Di's taking up half the back seat with all her stuff.

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Your mum's going to love us.

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-There's a cheap B&B down the road.

-And then what?

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And then we all live happily ever after, Shirl -

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"live" being the operative word.

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-He's going to burn this place down!

-Well, we won't be in it.

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-We're not all going to fit in the motor.

-One, two, three...

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-Five!

-It's a five seater.

-And where's this going to go?

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Mum, you go with the boy, and, Tina, we'll get a cab to Euston.

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Brilliant idea. Right, come on, girls - and boy! Let's go.

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Don't. It's not for long.

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We should not be running.

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Well, we are, so grab a suitcase.

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No, Teen... put the big ones in first,

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and we'll put the little ones next to Ollie and Lady Di.

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Right, I'll see you soon, baby, OK?

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Have fun with your Auntie Tina and the grumpy one.

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That pushchair needs to go in first.

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You're having a bubble, in't ya? All right, all right...

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Put that in there first.

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And put that in.

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-See you soon, OK?

-Love you.

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Drive safe.

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What are you waiting for, a kiss or something?

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No, I ain't had me shots. Go on.

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Bye, Shirl.

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-Tina, please don't kill us.

-Shut up!

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Go on, go in. Go on. Give me a minute.

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DRILL WHIRS

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Cab's messing us about, ring road's rammo.

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Oh, Shirley and Tina won't be happy.

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-Let's jump on the Oxo instead.

-Yeah.

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You got a pound, babe?

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DOOR CLOSES

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Sharon?

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Sharon?

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No. Better than that.

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Pretty flamingo?

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No, that's our song, that's for us.

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Yeah. We need one for the Vic.

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What does every queen need?

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MUSIC: Your Love is King by Sade

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-He's going away now.

-Good! That was my advice.

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What, run away? That was Phil Mitchell's advice?

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Do as I say, not as I do. This is Mick we're talking about.

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This is my family!

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What do you want, them to head for the hills?

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Running like a bunch of screaming rats from a burning building?

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No, Aidan's worse than a burning building.

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He's an old man. You can stop him!

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Be Phil Mitchell again,

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not some pathetic crony hanging about with a 70-year-old!

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Dad?

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Sorry, babe, I didn't know it was International Have A Row Day.

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Well, I'm trying to do my homework.

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Aren't you a good girl, getting the job done?

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-Just get back upstairs, yeah?

-But the shouting.

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This is my normal speaking voice, darling.

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Don't worry, I'll be finished with him soon.

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Make her stop.

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Yeah...

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..make me stop, Phil.

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# It's making my soul sing

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# I'm crying out for more

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# Your love is king

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# This is no blind faith

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# This is no sad or sorry dream

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# This is no blind faith

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# Your love

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# Your love is real... #

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He was my cellmate, and I ain't going against him.

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You were close, were you?

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There's an unspoken agreement,

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and he won't break it, and neither will I.

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Even though you know he's in the wrong?

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Yeah.

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So you're just going to sit there and watch him drive us out?

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Yeah.

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What are you doing?

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Louise! Put your headphones on!

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You had a spine once! But you're nothing! You're nobody!

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That's what you've become!

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If I could go back in time, I would give your dad a vasectomy!

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And that liver of yours is wasted.

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They should have given it to somebody useful,

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someone who wanted it.

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You are a selfish, horrible git, Phil Mitchell!

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And I hope you rot in hell.

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And I never want to see you again.

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You finished?

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You are.

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Wish I put my big coat on.

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Yeah, it is a bit nippy, innit?

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Wish we'd taken the car and got your mum and Tina to get the train.

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We'd only be stuck in traffic with Ollie kicking off in the back.

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True.

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I want to look back.

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No, baby. Don't.

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Right, then.

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-Yeah.

-Who've you been talking to?

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A lot of people.

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Some had nothing to say...

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..others, plenty.

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I did it for us, you know I did.

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Look, I wanted everything to die down before I told you.

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I wanted Aidan gone. I wanted everyone to stop looking for it.

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It was you?!

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Oh, I don't believe it.

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What?

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I've left me wallet on the bar.

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-Well, use my bank card.

-No, I'm not going to leave it.

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It's got me credit cards in there, me driving licence.

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I'm not going to let Aidan steal me identity as well.

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Well, hurry up, then.

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No, listen, it's freezing.

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You go to Euston, and I'll meet you in that nice little cafe.

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-You know, the one we like?

-I thought we were leaving together?!

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I'll be lively. I'll be on the next Tube.

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Otherwise you'll catch a cold, then you'll give it to me,

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then you're going to have to look after me. It'll be a mare.

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Don't be long.

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All right. Get me one of them frothy coffees,

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you know, give me a couple of sugars.

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Come on, then.

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