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09/03/2018

The war between Mick and Aidan intensifies.


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CALL ALERT

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I'm so sorry, Whit. They're like kids here.

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What was you saying about Mick?

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Erm, it's fine, it's fine.

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There's nothing wrong.

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Is it something to do with me, or...?

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Is he getting trouble off that Welsh bloke?

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-I want to stay.

-Not for this one, darling.

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Sonia and Bex are expecting you.

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-Should you come with me?

-No, no, no. I need to face the music.

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Go on, it's fine.

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CRASHES AND THUDS

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CLOCK CHIMES

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Right...

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Phil?

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Grab me orange and white pills, will you?

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Just me!

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MASOOD GASPS

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Teach me to get wound up, won't it?

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I can hardly blame you.

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This is not the reaction I was expecting.

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You.

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You know, I had everyone in the frame.

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Jay, Mel, Mick, Billy, Vincent, all the Taylors!

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Well, any good whodunnit, and it's the last person you'd expect.

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Billy got a clump.

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You left your mate high and dry, you nicked off of Ben,

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you put everyone - everyone - at risk!

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Just get out.

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Get out!

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DOOR OPENS

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Fashionably late.

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-I thought you'd bottled it.

-I'd never stand up a date.

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Could've saved them a job.

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Then why would I pay them? Best to let them get on with it.

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GLASS BREAKS

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Clumsy, ain't they?

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Not much of an audience here for your grand apology, Michael.

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Must be something good on the telly.

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CRASHES AND THUDS

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Are you seriously here alone?

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Well, you've got the drop on me again.

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I'm wrong-footed before I even begin.

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I was convinced you'd have a crew.

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I had a posse. Hardly a crew.

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I just thought, you know, it would be wiser,

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-safer, if we did this ourselves.

-Mm.

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Unreasonably cold out there tonight.

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Yeah, I was saying that to the wife when I shipped her off.

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-AIDAN CHUCKLES

-Probably for the best,

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she'd probably just want to call the police.

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What's the whisky?

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I am genuinely flattered.

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Shall I be Mammy?

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Oh! You can taste the peat.

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Smoky, too.

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Mm. It's nice.

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Nice? That's 60 quid's worth of Islay's finest.

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I think you could come up with a better adjective than nice.

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It's proper nice.

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AIDAN CHUCKLES

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So...

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..shall we start the dance?

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We are going to dance, aren't we?

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My dance card's full. There's credit on there already.

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Oh, my lucky night.

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No Johnny Cash?

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We did have Ring of Fire,

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but Robbie Jackson nearly burnt the place down trying to be funny.

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THEY CHUCKLE

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Why are we at odds, Michael? I love you, boy.

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So, dance?

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All right, I'll do it alone.

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MUSIC: Dirty Old Town by The Pogues

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Our dance, where you say you're not letting my boys work in The Vic,

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and I say, "OK, give me my money back, then."

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And you say, "I ain't got your money, Aidan."

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And I say, "Well, how did you buy this place back, then?"

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And what excuse do you give? Family heirloom? Scratchcards?

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So many excuses, I forget.

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And I say, "Michael, you let my staff work here...

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"..and you make a nice, big public apology to me."

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And you say...

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No.

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No.

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Then we'll have to start the dance again.

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I will not have drugs in my pub.

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Then walk away, and I will find someone else to run it.

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No.

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No.

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Then I will have to beat you until you say yes.

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Honey?

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Honey, are you in there? I just need a birthday card!

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I'm never going to apologise or say yes to you.

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I'm going to stay in my boozer, and I'm going to run it how I see fit.

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And you, after that drink, are barred...

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..for life.

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And...

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..how is this all going to happen?

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I haven't worked out the finer points yet.

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What was your dad like?

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He was a scumbag, and I walked him out of town.

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He should have been proud to have you as a son.

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Stop playing games with me.

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No, I mean it.

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You're a man of principles.

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I thought you were and all.

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So why am I not?

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Well, drug dealing aside, you threatened Vincent's kid,

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you're threatening my kids. And for what? Pocket money.

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This Square is a cash cow...

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..waiting to be milked.

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At the heart of it is this place.

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Your place.

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You know, there aren't many pension schemes for old villains like me,

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and I need something to see me through me old age.

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Well, the Square ain't up for grabs, and neither am I.

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Yes, it is, and so are you.

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This place is full of clowns, scrabbling around to make a crust.

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What it needs is a ringmaster.

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You know, I'm enjoying that.

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Did you hear about my brother? Topped himself in prison.

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When we were kids, I took a lot of blows for that boy.

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-Our dad?

-AIDAN CHUCKLES

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He was king of the scumbags.

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I should have stood aside.

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-No, you shouldn't.

-No, I shouldn't.

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But that's what you should do now.

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Ah, but there's no-one round here that can make me.

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That's why I like this place.

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I've nearly finished me drink.

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Phil, let's be practical. You ain't right.

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I can stay in Louise's room, keep an eye on you.

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Do you want me to explain myself?

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Don't you even want to know how I did it?

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-SOFTLY:

-Right.

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Wait.

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Where are you staying? Linda's?

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No, they've gone.

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-All of them?

-Yeah.

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Finally seen sense, then.

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Cos I was just thinking, "At least I know how they kept the boozer."

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No. I didn't give them a penny.

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That one's got you.

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Don't be smug.

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Do I get to stay?

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Depends on your answers.

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Well, I can promise they'll be truthful.

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I can't promise you'll like them.

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Well, thanks for the compliment, boys, but I am old enough.

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It's shut.

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Oh, no, I don't want a drink. I'm a really good Muslim.

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I just wanted to ask Linda if she'd got any spare birthday cards.

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Or Mick, if he's about.

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I can wait.

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Hey, hey, hey, hey!

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Mick?

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-We're closed, Mas.

-Is everything OK?

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Yeah, I'm sweet.

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All right, fair enough.

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Not bad for a 60-odd-year-old, eh?

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You don't fancy hitting me back?

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MUSIC: Happy Hour by The Housemartins

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I didn't put this on.

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Needs updating. The tracks are different.

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Well, that's a rip-off.

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-It weren't your money.

-I still feel aggrieved.

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What's the plan here, Michael?

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-I ain't got one.

-Then apologise.

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-I have got some pride.

-Then fight back, and we will end it.

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No.

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DOOR CLOSES

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Ah, there he is.

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Someone wants to talk to you.

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Why didn't you help Linda?

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I didn't want to get her into more trouble.

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I just wanted Aidan to go first.

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-But you gave Ciara the money?

-I had no choice.

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I took a risk, and it didn't pay off.

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I was trying to help Mel and her son.

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You robbed Ben.

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He was robbing you, very badly. It was too easy.

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-So you robbed me instead?

-No!

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I was getting it back...

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..for you.

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Well, you didn't do a very good job, did you?

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Any more questions?

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Just one.

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Who are you?

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I'm Den and Angie's little girl.

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It's not cold, is it?

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What?

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Since when did Sharon Mitchell need an invitation

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to take her coat off in her own house?

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Whit?

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I'm sorry, he insisted.

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Right, it's connected.

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-What is?

-Just listen. Please.

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Halfway? No!

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This is the idiot that shot you!

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Is he wanting me to finish the job?

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Hello, Mr Maguire.

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Is this live? I thought it was a recording!

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-Can you see me, lad?

-Yeah.

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How many fingers?

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Oh, yeah, good one.

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Listen, Mr Maguire, I've got something to tell you.

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Look, Mick's a great bloke, and I know you think he ripped you off,

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but he never. The truth is

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I took a ring from the stash before you boys even got there.

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And the other guards did, too.

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It was me that bailed Mick out for the pub. It was me.

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Well, good luck to you.

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Mick never took anything from you.

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You can leave now, girlie.

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-Yeah.

-Mick?

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Whit, just...

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..you go. Go on, you go.

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Tell Halfway thank you, though, yeah? Now.

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Nice to have friends, eh?

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Yeah.

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AIDAN CHUCKLES

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You really don't care how I got that money, though, do you?

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It's about control.

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Who runs this place runs the whole Square.

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My legacy, son.

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Aidan Maguire is not about to shuffle off into the sunset.

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I am going to make this place legendary...

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..after I've put you back in line.

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-How are you feeling?

-Old and knackered.

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There's plenty of life in you.

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Look how excited you were when you were about to do over that van.

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-Didn't last, though, did it?

-Well, it was the company you kept.

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A stupid old man and a bunch of empty heads.

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PHIL SIGHS

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Imagine if it was me and you. Someone you trusted.

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Imagine if you'd been with me when I went to see Ciara.

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Do you think I'd have had to hand over the money then?

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What? You fancy being Bonnie and Clyde?

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We're cleverer than that.

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We put our heads together, we could be king and queen of Walford.

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Yeah, well, I think Aidan's going for that job.

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But he's not from here.

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We shouldn't be letting a stranger just turn up and take over.

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I don't mess with Aidan, and Aidan don't mess with me.

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That's how it is.

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You're no hero, Mick Carter.

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I don't need to be.

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There's a memorial out there with a list of geezers' names on it.

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Ordinary geezers like me.

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They fought back.

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Yeah. Well, I won't hit an old man.

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MICK GROANS

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A sad, lonely old man,

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who's grabbing on to anything to make himself feel better.

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You've lost everything and everyone, and it's your fault.

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It's not mine, it's not Vincent's, it's not your brother's,

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and it ain't the Square's, it's yours.

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MICK CHUCKLES

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You had enough yet, old man?

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Right!

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Fight back, or die.

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MICK GROANS

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DOOR OPENS

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Yeah, well, I'm sure we'll have something.

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I normally have some spare.

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All right? Just needed a birthday card. Forgot my aunt's birthday.

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It's, er...

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-Cleaner's on holiday.

-Right.

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Right. Does she like trains?

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Er, I wouldn't know, but I think she'd prefer them to naked men.

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-Do I owe you anything?

-No, it's fine.

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-Wish your auntie happy birthday, yeah?

-OK.

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Oh, is everything OK with Mick?

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Oh, they've gone, Masood. No time for goodbyes.

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No, he hasn't.

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He's at The Vic.

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There's a load of thugs guarding the door.

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-You shouldn't have come back.

-Shush.

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-It's over now.

-No, it's not.

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Chachi Ji?

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-Sh!

-What?

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-Be quiet!

-Why?

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She's putting the little one to bed.

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-All right, well, I got her a card.

-Put it with the others.

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I didn't know her age, but I don't suppose she wants reminding.

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-Huh?

-What?

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Her birthday isn't for months!

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ARSHAD CHUCKLES

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Mothering Sunday! Oh, what a pagal!

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How many kids have been through her arms?

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No, no, no, no, no!

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There were worse options.

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Please tell me you lot have got a plan.

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Yeah. Time to go, Aidan.

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You think?

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We know.

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You know that film where Sean Connery plays an Irish cop,

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and he says, "They pull a knife, you pull a gun,

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"they put one of yours in hospital,

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"you put one of theirs in the morgue."

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Something like that.

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My Irish accent is better.

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Your cronies have gone, mate.

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-They did?

-Yeah.

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I suppose you could call it that. Or you could call it...

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AIDAN WHISTLES

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..fetching back up.

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DOOR OPENS

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You know we should help.

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I don't know anything, and you didn't help when you could've.

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They were going to lose a pub, not their lives.

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Well, he's made his choice, ain't he?

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And I wonder who'd gone for the pub if they HAD have lost it.

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Yeah, well, you'd have done what Mick's done.

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You wouldn't abandon your home for a bully.

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Aidan had my back in prison.

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Years ago, yeah.

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But check your back now - it's full of knives.

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Phil, he's running this place.

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He hasn't asked you, he hasn't even cut you in.

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He's taking liberties.

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Well, I caused all this.

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If he'd got his money, he'd be gone.

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Whatever happens to Mick's down to me, so...

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..I'm going down there anyway.

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And what happens when Aidan discovers it was me?

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What would your old cellmate do then?

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Tell them, Michael.

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-Tell them what?

-Why you stood them down.

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Cos I know you.

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Elaborate.

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He ain't got nothing to lose.

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This is what he does to people that stand up to him.

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This is what he does to people that he likes.

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Mm. Very eloquent.

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You know me. Dumb And Dumber, an old man,

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two ladies I couldn't care less about.

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I don't mind ruining their lives, but you...

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AIDAN SIGHS

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This is going to hurt me more than it hurts you, Michael.

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Do it.

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Oi!

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-Please!

-Oh, "Please," now, is it?

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Two minutes ago, you were going to have me lynched.

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Let it burn!

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Michael...

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..a public apology, and my boys start here again tomorrow.

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Yes.

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I didn't hear an apology.

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I'm sorry!

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Excellent.

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I will see you all here again tomorrow.

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It's OK.

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Evening.

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It's OK.

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I think it's going to be all right.

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Now, just let me know where you want that shoving, won't you?

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No! Not you! This ain't right!

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No, you!

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You, JP! YOU ain't right.

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-I thought we were mates!

-Yeah, we were, but this...

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This is where I draw the line.

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Are you all right? Are you coming at me unarmed?

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You should know me better than that.

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Look at that! You were right.

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Spot on.

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You see, I don't need a gun, JP, to bring you down.

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As if Phil Mitchell would go to the Old Bill.

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No, but Vincent would.

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We shared a cell! We're brothers!

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Now, you leave.

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You leave, and you don't come back. No trips down memory lane.

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Go and poison some other pond!

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AIDAN CHUCKLES

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Where are the rest of them?

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That's your trouble.

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You always think you're one step ahead, don't you?

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AIDAN SIGHS

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You want a job doing well...

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Do it yourself.

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-We're mates.

-Yeah, and I'm treating you like one,

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because I think I know who this belongs to,

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and his family are rich.

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Very rich. They can afford top lawyers.

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None of your court-appointed nonsense for the Willmott-Browns.

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You told me to do him.

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No, I told you to scare Luke off, not to kill him.

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And you still might go down with me.

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-PHIL SCOFFS

-Yeah, I might,

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but do you know what, JP?

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I ain't afraid of the dark.

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You've overreached, JP.

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This is a disgrace...

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Oi! Stop bunnying, and get out the boozer.

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I told you, you're barred.

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All right, old man? How's it going?

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Ah.

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Here.

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It's not a bitcoin, but start saving up.

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Get yourself out of this dump.

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No. I like it here.

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Orange juice, sir.

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Thanks.

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-You all right?

-Me? Look at the state of you!

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Yeah, well, at least I ain't got a dodgy ticker

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-and someone else's liver, eh?

-Still some fight left in me.

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Yeah!

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You're not wrong.

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-Cheers.

-Cheers.

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So between me and you, you had that money all along, yeah?

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Sharon took it. Give it back to Ciara.

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Sharon?

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Between me and you.

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Grab a glass!

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I tell you to stay away, you do the opposite!

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Bulldog spirit, son!

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Come here, you. My hero!

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Oh, easy.

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-SHIRLEY:

-Here, everyone - Phil, welcome back.

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ALL: To Phil!

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