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19/03/2018

Stacey seeks answers as she struggles to come to terms with what has happened. Arshad is caught off guard by Mariam's suggestion.


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SIRENS WAIL IN DISTANCE

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Nan?

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You awake?

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I ain't slept for days.

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Nan, I need you to just tell me everything again.

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-Stace...

-Nan, when did it happen?

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-Cos she was fine a couple of weeks ago...

-Eh?

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She sent Hayley over here.

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-Hayley? Why?

-Don't matter.

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I'm surprised that this place is all in one piece.

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Nan, please! I need to know all the details.

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Can't you do us a cuppa tea first?

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Nan...

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Please, Nan, don't hide this from me.

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I just want to know everything.

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-She was on a boat.

-A boat?

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And then she fell off.

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Well, didn't anyone try and help her?

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Well, it was at night, weren't it?

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They could hear her, but they couldn't find her.

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Surely, someone could've done something.

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Well, they was looking for her and all of a sudden they spotted her.

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-No, don't say it, Nan.

-Come here.

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But you wanted to know, love.

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It was too late.

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What, and Alfie just stood there and did nothing?

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-Alfie wasn't there.

-Where was he?

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Him and Kat had a bust up, he took the kids, went off,

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and no-one's seen 'em since.

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-What, you telling me they don't know?

-I don't know.

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We need to go to Ireland.

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Kat's gone, love.

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It doesn't matter where we go,

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she won't be there.

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THEY SOB

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You hear that?

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Hmm?

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No children.

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< FLUSHING

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< I'd give it a few minutes!

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Well, you say that...

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What?

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Come, come sit on my lap.

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You old fool.

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Is this is the way you say "good morning"

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to your husband of 500 years?

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We never get the time, do we?

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Well, let's take advantage.

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Go away for a few days.

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-Really?

-Yeah.

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Southend, Margate, you name it.

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What about our favourite place?

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Can you imagine us going back there?

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Yes...

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-Yes, of course, I can.

-Book it, then, Arshad. Book it. Book it now.

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When you say "our favourite place", do you...?

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I mean "our favourite place".

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HE LAUGHS UNCERTAINLY

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She's just like you were.

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Mummy, are you sad?

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Me? No, darling, I'm fine.

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Just got a bit of a cold, that's all. Go and get ready.

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Good girl.

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Well, what do we do now?

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There's going to be a funeral, in't there? We'll have to go over for it.

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She's coming over here.

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-To the Square? Well, how's she getting here?

-Belinda.

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I can't do this, Nan, it's too much.

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-When...When are they bringing her?

-This week.

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-That soon?

-It's got something to do with Irish laws...

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Do you know, if this was Kat right now,

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-she'd be in the Vic on her fourth.

-Ain't a bad idea.

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There's more.

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-What?

-Bel's got the cash to fetch Kat over here,

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but she hasn't got it, you know, to lay her to rest.

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-Didn't she have life insurance?

-Kat was Kat, love.

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-We'll have to use her lottery money.

-It's long gone.

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Well, Bel can't expect us to cough up, Nan. I'll ring Mo and Lynne.

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-I've already tried 'em.

-So, you're telling me that Kat is coming back

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-and we can't even afford to bury her?

-Look, we can't do that to her.

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So we'll have to try somehow to get the dough

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or it's going to be quicklime and a pauper's grave.

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SHE SOBS

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Be careful, that's all I'm saying.

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And send us a postcard.

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That's if you get a minute away from that Renee.

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Yeah, well, you're going to be the only person

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I'm sending a postcard to.

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Do you know, I thought you'd be happier than this.

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-Mind you, it's going to cost you though, innit.

-Not me, my dear.

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She paid for the ticket. Could you do me a favour, please?

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Just tell Ted and Joyce I ain't going to miss them.

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-Bye.

-Bye.

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-There we go, me old mate.

-Thank you.

-All right.

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-Mo? When do you get here?

-Later, Martin.

-Oh, right.

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Flying visit, then? Well, nice seeing ya.

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Good chat.

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Mummy's sad.

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No, I ain't. She keeps saying that, she's heard it in a cartoon.

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-Well, look, if there's a problem.

-C'mon, Lil.

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Mo Harris! >

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You all right, Mo? You've gone a bit pale, babe.

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Nearly gave me heart attack.

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If there is anything I can do...

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No, it's fine, Martin. C'mon.

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Back in a bit. >

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So, I'm getting the house to myself. I might have a cards night.

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No gambling, of course. Just me and the boys playing snap.

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You know, I might need your help, Munno.

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You don't know where Chachi's favourite place is.

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-Of course I do.

-Well, tell me, then.

-Well, I...

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HE LAUGHS

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It's not funny. CROCKERY CLATTERS

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We've all got a place.

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You know, it'll come to you. Zainab and I...

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You know, we've been to a thousand different places.

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I mean, how am I supposed to know which one is more important

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-than the other 999?

-Ask Chachi.

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You can't ask a woman that!

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See, every precious second they spend with you

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is logged away and labelled.

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And they think you're doing the same.

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-Aren't we?

-HE SCOFFS

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-How long is this trip?

-Two days.

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Well, it's probably in England. Factoring in the travel time.

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-I hadn't thought of that.

-Yeah, and at your age,

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-you don't want to be spending too long in a car.

-Eh?

-No offence.

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OK.

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We need a map.

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Map?

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Hm.

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HE SIGHS

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You have my sincerest sympathies, you really do.

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Kat was...

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Well, she was one of a kind.

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-You know, there was no-one like her, was there, eh?

-Thank you.

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We need... We need your advice.

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Well... Your help, actually.

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Kat's...

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Kat's coming back here to be buried

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and we just need to know how much it's going to cost.

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Right, OK, well, you've come to the right place.

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I've got a price list here. Somewhere...

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-Do you know what you're looking for?

-As in?

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As in, is it a church thing? A cremation? Any specific cemetery?

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People do ask for somewhere with nice views.

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I just want the best that money can buy.

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Well, why don't we start by having a look at what Kat would want.

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-Not being dead for a start.

-Nan, I think I'll do the talking.

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Well, Kat would want everyone to know that it's her funeral.

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-Well, horses could be an idea.

-Oh, you've got horses?

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Not on the premises. But we rent 'em in.

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Nan, horses?

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Expensive?

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-They're not cheap.

-She always loved an 'horse.

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Right, well, that brings us to the other thing.

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Do you ever do funerals on the never-never?

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I mean, there is a payment plan.

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It's 50% deposit upfront and the rest within about a week or so.

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So, you'd need the money today?

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Well, it depends on when Kat'd be arriving back in England.

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Probably this week.

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-Nan, how much money you got?

-About £30 and a bit of shrapnel.

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STACEY SIGHS

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Jay, come on.

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It's me! We must be able to sort something out.

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It's not like you don't know us.

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I know, but it just don't work like that. I'm sorry.

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Please, Jay. Look, there must be a way round it.

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Well, what about a cheaper option?

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We're not doing cheap. Kat would never forgive us.

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Well, in that case, I mean, you are looking anything upward of,

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-like, ten grand.

-Are you serious?

-We'll have it.

-Nan?!

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Only the best, love.

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So... That's a couple of hours' drive in every direction.

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Any names spring to mind within the circle?

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There are hundreds.

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I've got to tell her.

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Keep studying the map, something'll come to you.

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It's not that she'll be angry,

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it's just that she'll be sad.

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As if all the things we shared together

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don't matter to me any more...

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Photos!

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-You've got photo albums, right?

-Of course.

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Well, go and get the photo albums.

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It might jog your memory. Come on, go and get them.

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-Jaldee!

-Shabash.

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So there's mahogany, there's teak.

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-I mean, you can even have cardboard ones.

-She ain't a parcel.

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-Uncle Charlie had one like that.

-How much?

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-It is steep.

-It'd be nice if they had matching coffins, eh?

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-That is a good performer, that one.

-How would you know?

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It's not like they're going to complain, is it?

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I want that one, with leopard-print lining.

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-Right, well...

-Is that a problem?

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-I'll have to make a call.

-And I want her dressed right.

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OK. Do you want to bring me some clothes over?

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Yeah, I can get Belinda to pack some of Kat's stuff.

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Let's treat her, Stace.

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Let's get her something new.

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Her last ever shopping trip.

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Well, have you ever dressed a woman?

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More than I've undressed, yeah.

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Kat liked a tight little number, push-up bra, heels.

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I'll have to bring you some fake tan an' all.

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Cos she would not be seen dead without it.

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That ain't a joke.

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Anything else?

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Right, so, all of that is going to come to ten grand, yeah?

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And you're sure you can't trust us to pay up after?

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Look, Les wants everything done by the book now, but, for you...

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Keep this to yourself, right,

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but maybe I'll take the 50% deposit upfront

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and we'll just stagger the rest?

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-So, that's 5K upfront?

-Well, that's the best I can do, Stace.

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All right, well, we ain't got a choice. We'll have to get the money.

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Cos no-one is going to forget Kat Slater. In life or death.

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MOBILE RINGS

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Is someone blanking Mummy?

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-It's Louise.

-And you're airing her?

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Did someone die or something?

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My dad.

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HE SIGHS

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-Are you serious?

-It was years ago.

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-But today's his birthday.

-Bruv...

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Don't sweat it.

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Didn't know him or nothing.

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Yeah, well, sometimes you don't know 'em - even if they are around.

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Oi, look, the footie's on later.

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Do you fancy it?

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Yeah, OK.

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Yeah, I know, it's been a while, Mo,

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and I'm sorry it's under such... such circumstances.

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How's Alfie and the kids taking it?

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Well, that's why we've come round.

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Alfie's disappeared and we need his number.

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Well, I haven't spoke to him in ages.

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I don't even know if I've got the right number for him.

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Actually, Ian, that's not the only reason that we've come.

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And this is as embarrassing for us as it is for you, but, um...

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..we can't afford to bury Kat.

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-You want me to pay?

-Alfie'll show up and he'll square it with you.

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-It's just that we need the money now.

-How much?

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10K.

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Are you serious?!

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5K will seal the deposit.

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You're Alfie's mate, you want to help him, don't ya?

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Well, yeah, course I do.

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What, so that's a yes, then?

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Yeah, I'll definitely help.

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-Ian, you're a prince. In't he, Nan?

-A king.

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I could kiss him right now.

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Look, I'm more than happy to do the sausage rolls.

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-You what?

-"Sausage rolls"?

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-Scotch eggs, even. I mean, for the wake.

-Are you serious?

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We can't have a wake if we ain't even got a funeral!

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I'd love to give you the money,

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but I'm ploughing everything into the restaurant, OK?

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-So it's take it or leave it.

-Fine, fine. We'll take the Scotch eggs.

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All right, well, just let me know when and where you want 'em.

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Well, I haven't even thought about that yet.

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Look, if you're struggling with all this,

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what you need to go and look at...

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..is how the Maori deal with loss.

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SHE GROANS

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If it was your missus,

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Alfie would've sold a kidney.

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Yeah, well, Jane's not here any more, is she?

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What a surprise!

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Who's next, Nan?

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DOOR OPENS

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Any luck? When are you leaving?

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-That would be never.

-Not so hasty.

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Why are you grinning like that?

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I bumped into Chachi and she was out shopping

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-and you'll never guess what she bought.

-You're right, I never will.

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All right, well, you can thank me for my genius later.

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I said to her... I said, "Let me take that bag home for you."

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I don't see any genius.

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You don't remember Chachi wearing something similar?

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I don't know, I have to think.

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"I wore something very similar in our special place".

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Those were her words.

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In one of those albums is a picture of Chachi

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wearing something almost identical to this salwar kameez?

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HE CHUCKLES

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LINDA: Dunno how you're bearing up.

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Well, I've got to, ain't I?

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Or Kat'll be back and nothing'll be sorted.

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-Mick, open a bottle, we'll have a toast.

-Oh, no, thanks.

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I've actually come here to ask you a favour.

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Well, Kat loved this place.

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It was her to her bones.

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And I just thought that maybe we could have her wake here?

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Yeah, course you can, babe. Like you need to ask.

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Yeah, but I'm asking for a bit more than you think.

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We don't need any money.

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Are you sure?

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When we first came on the scene,

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we bought a pub with not a drop of booze in it.

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Now that might've worked for the Amish community.

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Alfie stepped in and saved the day.

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-Yeah, so I think we owe him a wake or two.

-Mick...?

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No, she was one of your own, Stace.

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So, we'll pull it out the bag for you, I promise.

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KNOCKING

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I saw Mo and Stacey leaving your house

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and I know it's none of my business,

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but there is something going on.

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You need to sit down.

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It's one of those, is it?

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Yeah, it's one of those.

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Here.

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That ain't funny, Vincent!

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-I know you've just sold your bar, so...

-For a pound. This exact pound.

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It's all I have.

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-Are you serious?

-You have no idea how much I wish I wasn't.

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This is going well!

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I promised my nan. Right, you should see her, she's in bits.

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And I promised her that I would fix this,

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and I'm doing everything but that.

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Here, Dot offered me a prayer.

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Can you believe that? A sodding prayer.

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Kat was too young.

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Don't matter if she'd lived enough for five lives,

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still ain't fair, is it? KNOCK AT DOOR

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-Leave it.

-Are you sure?

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I don't want people seeing me.

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It might be someone coming over with money?

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Stace, it's me.

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-Let him in.

-KNOCKING CONTINUES

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DOOR OPENS

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-Stace not in?

-No.

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DOOR SLAMS

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You all right, Mo?

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Ian...

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Look, he told me about Kat.

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I'm sorry.

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But, look, I reckon I've come up with a way to raise the money.

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-Oh! You big beautiful lump!

-Yeah.

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-Have a look.

-What, you're going to sell your laptop?

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No, no...

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I've come up with this, ain't I? I've set it up.

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It's an online donation thing.

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Right, you share it with your mates,

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and then they share it with their mates and before you know it,

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-you've got a ton of people chipping in.

-What, sending us cash?

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Well, to a bank account, but, yeah.

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You know, the odd fiver and tenner, but it all mounts up, don't it?

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-What do you reckon?

-You single?

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-That's Dot's prayer, that is.

-Yeah.

-Yeah.

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Couldn't just stand by, could I?

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What are you doing here?

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-Stace, I was worried.

-Just stay out of it.

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-Stace, he's got a plan.

-It doesn't involve you, Martin.

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-Stace?!

-Just have a look.

-Hardly anything has gone our way today

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and you ain't about to change that.

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Right, I'll leave it there.

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-What?

-Whit, show her.

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This was Martin's idea.

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He's set everything up.

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Well, you could've told me!

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We'll figure this out. We will.

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-I have to tell her.

-Well...

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I mean, what's a marriage without honesty?

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PHONE RINGS

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Mariam...

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Oh.

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Hello, Meri-jaan...

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Arshad, did Masood bring my bag home?

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Yes, yes, he did.

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And did it bring back happy memories?

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Well, actually, about that, I think I...

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I need to be honest.

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-You don't sound like yourself.

-No, but... Well, I...

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Hold on, I'm getting another phone call. Wait there.

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Don't tell her - you'll never hear the end of it.

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Arshad?

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-Arshad..?

-Yes?

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Arshad, I need to go, it's the foster people.

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Ah, but... But, I mean...

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-I'll call you back.

-OK, well...

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What now?

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-Where's your Janet and John?

-Are we going to get one?

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Not really.

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Well...

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Um...

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Well, maybe.

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Maybe for...

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for Auntie Kat...

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Come here.

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Talking of Auntie Kat. She's going to be coming here soon.

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-Yay!

-Not like that.

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She's, um...

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Well, you know Arthur's robot that he loves?

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You know when he runs out of batteries and he stops moving

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and all his lights go off?

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Well, um...

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Auntie Kat, she's, um...

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..she's stopped moving and...

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..and all her lights aren't working any more. And...

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Me and...

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and you and Nan...

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..and Arthur and Hope, we're, um...

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..we're going to wave goodbye to Auntie Kat,

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but she's not going to wave back.

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In fact, you won't even see her. But she'll, um...

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She'll know that you were there and she will love that.

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Is that what takes you to Heaven?

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Well, yeah, in a way.

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But it hasn't got any wings.

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SHE CHUCKLES

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It doesn't need 'em.

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It just goes on its own.

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And we just let it.

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And we let it take Auntie Kat away...

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..and we just try and hang on to whatever's left afterwards.

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-Think.

-Oh, my.

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-Quickly.

-My mind's gone blank.

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Before Chachi gets back.

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Please, take it off.

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OK, I'm Chachi and I'm walking down the street,

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my bright salwar kameez is attracting attention,

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and my chuni's blowing in the wind.

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And you, you're proud of me,

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because I'm the happiest woman in the world and people can see it.

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Cornwall!

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Huh?

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Fistral Beach!

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HE LAUGHS

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Yes, the sun was setting and there we were together,

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more complete than at any time in our lives.

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You did it, Munno! DOOR OPENS

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My wonderful nephew... Mwah!

0:24:070:24:09

HE LAUGHS

0:24:090:24:11

SHE CLEARS HER THROAT

0:24:110:24:14

Oh, Mariam?

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Arshad?

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-Jenny.

-Arshad.

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She has a baby she wants to place with us.

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Along with the other baby we already have.

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BABY CRIES

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-STACEY:

-I've brought your favourite.

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-Thought we could share it.

-Thanks.

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-Thank you.

-Is Dot in?

0:24:370:24:38

No.

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She's at church.

0:24:420:24:44

She's gone to light a candle...

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,,for Kat.

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-I wish you'd just told me.

-Wouldn't have changed anything.

-No...

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No, it wouldn't.

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Look, I know how much she meant to you...

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..and if you want to talk about her, then I'm here.

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She's all I want to talk about.

0:25:070:25:10

I just don't really know where to start.

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Mainly cos every thought starts with "She was..."

0:25:150:25:19

and I really want her to be a "She is..."

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Look, I don't know if this is going to help, but...

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.."she is" is you.

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I have always felt that, Stace.

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I ain't half what Kat was.

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I've done it again. Another "was".

0:25:390:25:42

-Are you going to be all right?

-Well, I've gotta be, ain't I?

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Nan is crumbling by the second

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and someone's gotta hold her together.

0:25:540:25:57

Who's holding you together?

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Stace, I mean it.

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I'm here.

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Did the man in the salwar kameez upset you?

0:26:150:26:17

-BABY CRIES

-Is that it?

0:26:170:26:19

How long is it going to keep crying?

0:26:190:26:22

"It" is called Harley and he's still in shock.

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It was just an attempt to jog an old man's memory.

0:26:250:26:28

-You look nothing like me.

-No, but...

0:26:280:26:30

How long's this going to drag on?

0:26:330:26:35

-Drag? Did someone mention drag?

-Oi!

-ARSHAD LAUGHS

0:26:350:26:38

Look, it's all right to forget. Just talk to your wife.

0:26:380:26:42

It means that we had many, many special places.

0:26:420:26:45

How, Meri-jaan?

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I suppose Fistral Beach can wait.

0:26:470:26:49

Fistral Beach? I hate that place.

0:26:490:26:54

I got stung by a jellyfish there. What kind of man are you?

0:26:540:26:58

I'm going to put dinner on.

0:27:000:27:02

-How many times have you called Hunter?

-A few...

0:27:060:27:09

More than ten, less than 20?

0:27:100:27:13

-Maybe.

-Psycho.

0:27:130:27:15

Why won't he answer?

0:27:160:27:18

I could be calling with an emergency,

0:27:180:27:21

I could've been kidnapped again or I could be trapped somewhere.

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Or just a psycho.

0:27:240:27:25

Hello, is anyone in? My key's not working.

0:27:300:27:34

All right? What did you do, double lock it?

0:27:360:27:39

CHAIN JANGLES

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If anyone asks, I ain't here.

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You're really suffering, ain't ya?

0:27:450:27:47

-Just don't let no-one in, love, yeah?

-All right.

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I really didn't want to do this.

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SHE SOBS

0:28:030:28:05

Stace, come here.

0:28:100:28:11

It's all right.

0:28:110:28:13

Hey, it's all right. Come here.

0:28:140:28:16

It's OK to cry.

0:28:170:28:19

Hey, hey, yeah, look at me.

0:28:240:28:27

It's OK.

0:28:280:28:29

You will get through this.

0:28:300:28:32

I promise.

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CROCKERY CLATTERS

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