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Punters are the least of my problems.
What, you saying it's Sean?
Listen, if Sean finds out I've told you any of this,
he will kill me and then he'll come after you.
I've told you before about letting these tarts take you for a mug.
I really like her, Sean.
This came for you, Peace Doctors.
Do I need to start looking for a new partner?
Yeah, I passed all the assessments.
So do you get to choose your own war zone?
No, but it'll probably be North Africa.
What time's your flight again?
I just can't believe you're actually going.
Aye, things'll no' be the same.
I'll miss you both. You've been so good to me.
You're just in time to give Dan a hand with his books -
we're going to put them in the cellar.
No can do. I've gotta be somewhere.
We were just sayin', we cannae believe Dan's leaving us.
But, we're very proud of him.
He's going to be helping poor souls on the other side of the world.
Aye, well. It's not like anybody round here's got problems.
All right, Ange? Charlene no' here?
Haven't seen her since last night.
It's payday. Sean'll be after his cash.
-There's mine, all right?
Could you get a hold of Charlene? You know what he's like.
She's no' my problem, Gabriel.
Try an' find her. For me?
I'll have a look for her when I'm out, all right?
See what you can do. I've gotta go.
What are you doin'? You don't even know this guy.
That gear could be cut wi' anythin'.
Who made you my ma?
All right, girls?
No' bad. We're just goin' for fags the now.
That right, aye?
Aye. I've... I've ran out.
Here, get them off this.
Let's see your eyes, you. You been using today?
See if I find out you've been shootin' up, up in that flat,
a sore face'll be the least of your worries, right?
Come on, Sean.
-You seen Gabriel?
-No, I've not seen him.
See if you do, tell him to call me, right?
Back to work.
-Many happy returns, Bob.
Thought you'd be away by now.
You're not rid of me quite yet.
All right for some, turnin' up for work, any old time.
I'm away tonight. I'm just in for Scarlett's last check-up.
Well, I'm away now. That's me done for the day.
-I was hoping we could have a drink or grab a bite to eat before I go.
-I'm kinda on call.
-This an' that.
Listen, Gabe, talk to me. If something's wrong...
Look, Dan, will you just leave it, OK?
All I'm saying is, if you need someone to speak to, I'm here.
At least for the next few hours.
It's your big day, eh? Typical.
My taxes used to train them and then they naff off abroad.
I'm going where I'm wanted.
When you put it that way... I need a word.
His master's voice.
-So, how's life in the Kennedy camp?
-Same crap. Different day.
You dragged me here just to ask that?
Hey, you're supposed to report, remember.
-C'mon, it's not gonnae be for ever.
-It's starting to feel like it.
We've been through this.
The tighter you get with him, the more he's gonnae trust you.
So you keep saying. But it's not you that needs to deal with him.
I'm no' asking you to get engaged to him.
Are the bloods back from the lab?
Let me know when they get here, OK?
What time's Scarlett Mullen's check-up?
Not sure. It'll be in your diary.
Miriam, I wanted a word.
Yes, Dr Hunter?
I've finished the paperwork. As of today, my share of the practice...
Can we do this later?
Yeah, why not?
There's someone here to see you.
Give us a minute.
I've been let down.
I need some money.
Sean, I can't afford...
A couple of hundred should do it.
Honestly, I can't...
Actually, make it 300. I've a few bills to pay.
So, you actually pay SOME people?
Occasionally. Are you being smart?
Be lucky if I've got that much.
Unlucky if you don't.
The good news is, your results show no recurrence,
so you're not going to need to see us for another six months.
I'll no' be seeing you. You're deserting us.
You'll be in safe hands with Dr Stubbs.
Thanks for everything, and good luck.
Dan, come quick.
What is it?
Hurry. I need your help, now!
Here he is.
You knew about this.
You think we'd forgotten?
You should have seen his face earlier when he thought we were ignoring him.
So, have you heard where Peace Docs are going to send you yet?
Looks like Sierra Leone. Things are pretty tough out there at the minute.
Aye, they'll desperate for doctors like you.
But why does it have to be ours?
I think Mr Hamilton's got something he wants to say.
Oh, aye, aye.
We're sorry you're leavin' us, son, but we wish you all the very best.
Oh, aye, aye.
We'd like to present this to you, as a token of your time with us.
And may God go with you.
I don't know what to say.
Have you already got one?
It's been a real pleasure knowing all of you.
You've become like family to me and...I'll miss you all.
And when you're listening to someone's heart,
remember that you'll always be in ours.
She never talks like that to me.
Maybe I should try leavin' as well!
-Did you say there'd be coffee?
Let my grab my phone. I want to take a photo.
Aye, good, aye.
Listen, I just wanted to say thank you for your help with everything.
I don't know how I would've got through it all without you.
Look, I'm always on the end of the phone if you need me.
Five, and five's ten. Thanks a lot. See you later, Doreen.
Sorry I'm late. How's the birthday boy. The big 4-0, eh?
Don't mind me.
Just came to wish you Happy Birthday.
A wee something from us and the wean.
-Aw, Scarlett. It's lovely.
-Wasn't sure of your size.
It's a tie, Scarlett.
Aye. I'll see youse in the Ship later.
Got your message.
You took your time.
So why so urgent?
We've got a problem.
Well, you have, an' it needs sortin'.
What are you goin' on about?
I caught one of the lassies trying to score this morning. Where were you?
I've got a life. What, am I meant to watch them 24/7?
If that's what it takes. My punters pay good money, you know.
-Oh, well, I'll ask them for references in the future.
-Listen, don't get wide!
They want more than a lump of meat lying on a mattress!
-So, what am I supposed to do?
How am I meant to stop a junkie from jacking up?
Well, as I say, it's not my problem. That's what I pay you for.
Crack some skulls, kick some arse. Now get the girls in line, eh?
If you don't, I will.
The guy who came looking for Silvie.
Listen, I've got to go. I'll catch up with you later, OK?
What the hell are you doing here?
I could ask you the same question.
Have you been following me?
Look, I was worried. That guy earlier...
-Outside the Ship...
I'm warning you, Dan. Back off.
Look, if you're in trouble...
I'm warning you. Go!
-Gabe, you're in trouble. Talk to me.
-I'm not gonnae tell you again. Just do one! Go!
TV: 'Neurons at the ready, Nina!
'OK. I hear a beep, I see a flash. I wonder what they're going to ask!'
-She's passed out!
-I can see that. What's she taken?
-It's all right, Angie, talk to me.
-She shot up a speed ball.
One minute she was fine, the next she collapsed, all right?
Charlene. Speak to me, Charlene. Come on, open your eyes.
Right, that's it, she needs a doctor. I'll phone an ambulance.
-We'll need to carry her outside.
-An ambulance means polis. They turn up, Sean'll go off his nut!
-We can't just leave her in the street!
-If the polis find her here,
it'll no' just be her that ends up in hospital. D'you understand what I'm sayin'?
Where are you goin'?
I need your help!
-What's she taken? Heroin?
-How long's she been like this?
-Answer the question, Ange!
She spiked up about ten minutes before Gabe got here.
Her pulse is weak and erratic. I take it you've called an ambulance.
-Well, do it.
-Here, use my phone.
-That's not an option.
-What are you talking about?
-Cos the bizzies'll come.
-What does that matter?
-It matters, believe me.
She needs medical attention. Who knows the strength of what she's taken?!
You'll have to do what you can for her.
You're OK, it's OK, you're fine.
It's OK. Just relax.
What the hell's going on here?
-I don't want you getting involved.
-Yeah, well that ship's sailed.
-Doesn't take a detective to work out you're dealing drugs.
-She got no drugs from me!
You, Lenny, what's the difference?
Look, Dan, listen to me, you've got to go.
These girls are prostitutes, aren't they?
-They are. And they're working for you?
Look after the car for five minutes?
You need to get him out of here.
How could you do this to them, to yourself?
Sean'll be back any second, Gabriel.
-This the guy who was involved with Silvie, isn't it?
-Poor Silvie, yeah. The tricks that lassie turned.
What are you doing with him?
Did your Mammy no' tell you, it's rude to point? Sean Kennedy.
And you are?
-My name's not important.
-He's a mate of mine.
And he's here because?
Charlene, she took ill. He was with me, and I got him to take a look at her.
He means he got me here because I'm a doctor.
Better watch out. They eat their young round here. They'd chop your arm off for what's in that bag.
-Yeah, well, they'd be disappointed.
-By the time they realised, you'd be dead.
C'mon, mate, let's go.
We cannae let the Doctor go without paying his fee.
You can keep your filthy money.
If you don't want cash - there's always Charlene there, eh?
She'll be able to rock'n'roll in a minute.
There's nothing you've got that I want.
Let's go. We're done here.
For pity's sake, Gabe...
I said I'm stayin'!
By the way, think it'd be best, Doctor, if you forget you were here at this address.
Best for who?
Well, you're a bright guy, eh? Work it out for yourself.
Is that a threat?
No, it's medical advice.
There's plenty, Kelly. My ma's coming round with sandwiches later an' all.
-What's this? Special occasion?
-Bob's turned 40 today.
40 what, stone?
Just ignore him, Kelly. He's no' worth talking to.
Fancy joining us for a drink?
I hardly know the guy, an' the wee man'll no' be there, so I'll pass.
Too tight to buy a round?
Yeah, I'll bankrupt myself for your clan.
-Since Cal came along, we are one family.
-That will be right.
-See, I'm not feeling the love here.
-You're like a pair of kids.
Cal could put you both to shame.
He started it.
-Anyway, I was wanting to speak to you.
Madonna's starting school and Cal's gonnae be starting primary school.
-I just want him to go somewhere decent.
-And that's where you come in.
If you're too busy...
No, no, no. I'd be delighted.
Pick a school, I'll pay.
We'll pick them together. I've got a couple of brochures. Thought we could look at them tonight.
Aye, count me in. Here, get some sweeties for the wean.
Hope you're as fast with his fees.
You're coming tonight an' all by the way, no arguments.
That's me told.
Let me clear these away for you, gents.
Fear I'm gonnae run away with the glasses?
Would you like anything else?
Just a juice, I'm driving.
There's a guy that backed the wrong horse.
He's been an eejit. But something has to be done about Kennedy.
Is that right?
Aye. People are expecting you to step up to the plate.
You were away before I could give you your card this morning.
Many happy returns of the day, son.
There's something inside.
You shouldn't have...bothered.
None of your cheek, you!
I'll have you know that scratch card could be worth a fortune.
Aye, it might be a million pounds.
-All right, Deek?
Hey, hey, I've won a pound.
And then again...
The big 4-0, Bob? It's all downhill from here.
You're 25. What's your excuse?
Don't go crazy now.
-It's better than nothing.
-Aye you're right, hen.
"Mighty oaks from little acorns grow."
By the way, you're no gettin' any wee'er, son.
That wee slapper's gouched out, eh?
I've been through this an' she's no' got a bolt!
Have you got her money?
I didnae get a chance. You seen what nick she was in.
What is this, eh? This is a knockin' shop, not some freaky charity shop!
You get Angie's money?
We better get this place cleared up.
Hey, you all right?
Just leave them. I'll get them
So, essentially we've got an uncorroborated threat
and a drug overdose.
You're gonnae have to do better than that, Doctor.
-You said Kennedy's known to you.
But we can't act unless we've got evidence that a crime's been committed.
So you're not going to do anything?
Nothing you've said would allow us to apply for a warrant or arrest him.
-How much more do you need?
-More than you've got, I'm afraid.
Look, it's not me I'm worried about. Those girls are at serious risk.
We appreciate that, sir.
The one I dealt with could have died.
It's not a crime to take drugs, just to possess or supply them.
She was obviously in possession of them before we got there.
-You just said, "We".
I meant, "I".
So, you were there alone, apart from the girls, I mean?
Until Kennedy arrived on the scene.
How did you get there?
-What d'you mean?
-I assume you don't normally frequent these types of establishments.
I was attending a house call, I heard someone shout for help.
-In the same building?
That's quite a coincidence, wouldn't you say?
Did you actually see Kennedy commit a crime?
He offered me one of the girls for my services.
That's your word against him.
You're starting to sound like defence lawyers.
Imagine what they'd do with this!
How can you be so blase?
Look, if there's no proof.
Interview the girls.
-That'll get us nowhere.
-You don't know that!
I tell you what I know. You're a doctor, and you're lying to us.
So why on earth would they tell us the truth?
You should have seen the way he acted.
As if he was untouchable.
Gets to you, doesn't it?
Look, have a safe trip, Doctor.
What's Gabriel doing mixed up with Kennedy?
I dunno, I've lost my crystal ball.
Gabe works for you.
Maybe he's moonlighting.
He doesn't move a muscle unless you give him the nod.
What're you doing here?!
-What did you think you were playing at back there?
-Telling him you were a doctor. Could you not just have made out you were a punter?!
-What, with a medical bag?
You shouldn't have been there at all, Dan. You followed me.
-I wish I hadn't now! I've seen what you've become!
-I think it's time you went.
You know what Kennedy is, what happened to Silvie.
That could've been Nicole. Your own flesh and blood!
You don't care if those girls live or die.
Not true. I do my best for all of them.
You gettin' freebies too?
You don't know what's goin' on.
No, enlighten me.
-I cannae get into it.
-I bet you can't.
Believe it or not, I'm trying to help them.
If that was true, you'd get them out of there, before it's too late!
-It's not as simple as that.
-Aye, it is. Call the police for a start.
Is that your answer to everything?
Maybe I should've phoned them when you stole Malcolm's money.
-Aye, and lost the lot in a poker game.
Are you really comparing me?! I paid it all back.
Oh, you're a proper saint ain't you, Dan?
Old Liz up there, crying into her hanky,
doesn't know she's saying cheerio to a tea-leaf!
Better than a dirty pimp!
I don't know who you are any more.
Well done, getting the good doctor involved.
What was I supposed to do? He followed me.
What state were you in if a clown like that could follow you?
Whoa! What the hell's the matter wi' you?!
That scumbug Kennedy - the guy's got it coming.
Yeah? Well, you'd better be careful. He seems team-handed now.
-Well you sort him out, then.
-Gimme a second, I'll get right on that(!)
Look, guys like Kennedy, they keep coming back.
-Anyway, the time's no' right.
-Lenny, you said...
It doesn't suit me the now, so if you don't mind?
See, sometimes the line between you and him, I think it's a bit blurred.
Well, be a big boy, suck it up.
And stop taking risks for no reason.
I've got every reason. The guy is a maniac.
Every single one of those lassies are petrified of him.
Just as well they've got you playing Sir Lancelot then, isn't it?
I made tea.
Calling planet Bob.
-Life's funny, isn't it?
-How'd you mean?
I just mean turning 40, I thought things would be different
but here I am,
-married and working in a shop.
-What's wrong wi' that?
Nothing. I'm just saying, I'd plenty of hopes and dreams.
So did we all. I wanted to be in a famous band.
Me too. Playing all the festivals, touring the country.
I thought Bob and the Bobtones might have made it all the way, but here I am.
40 and past it.
What's got into you?
Here. Have a bag of crisps an' cheer up.
Is that really your only concern?
Yeah, well, don't you worry,
the money will be going in the bank as normal.
Yeah, I've instructed the bank.
Look, can I speak to Ollie now, please?
Yeah. I'll keep it short, yeah.
All right, son.
How are you?
Good. Are you being a good boy, yeah?
That's right, I'm going away for a little while.
Well, I'm going to... I'm going to help people, sweetheart.
There's lots of people over there that needs lots of help.
Lots of boys and girls who don't have a mummy or a daddy.
Yeah. No, they don't have a daddy.
Well, I'm going to send you photos.
I'll be sending photos to Mummy's computer and we can talk.
We can talk on Skype.
You can ask Mummy about Skype and we can speak on Skype, OK?
It's not forever, I'll see you soon. We'll be in touch a lot.
OK, sweetheart. Listen, I can hear Mummy.
I can hear Mummy calling you for dinner, OK?
You be good. You be a good boy for Mummy, OK?
I love you, sweetheart.
I've been looking for you.
You weren't going to leave without that coffee, were you?
Listen, I meant to say thanks for earlier.
I can tell you were behind this.
A new one for new travels.
What time is your flight?
I don't want to miss you before you go.
Eight. I should be making a move.
Do you know what kind of work you'll be involved in?
I don't know. Disease is rife.
Since the civil war, there's malnutrition, prostitution, drug abuse.
I mean, even basic inoculations are hard to come by.
You'll be able to do so much good over there.
Yeah, I think I can make a difference.
After all, being a doctor is all I'm good at.
Don't be so hard on yourself. You've helped so many people here.
Liz and Malcolm think the world of you
and Leyla has plenty to thank you for.
You're going where you're really needed. Feel good about that.
I just hope I'm doing the right thing.
I said goodbye to Ollie over the phone.
He's four years old and I don't feel like he knows me.
Katie's made it such a battle for him and I to see each other.
I think that it's better that I let him and his mum be
him and his mum and I hope that in time he'll understand.
Dan, you're not going away for ever.
I know, but I feel like I have to constantly prove myself to her.
You might have made mistakes
but you've taken responsibility for them.
You've faced up to your addictions.
Not everybody does that.
And you'll never stop loving Ollie, that's what matters.
You helped me so much when I lost my little girl
and I'll never stop loving her.
Now you've got the chance to help so many more people...
and I'm sure Ollie will grow up proud that you're his father.
You are a good man and a good doctor.
Now, you'd better get going.
I made some sandwiches for later. I'll just leave them in the kitchen.
I've got Bob's cake here an' all. That kitchen's fit to burst!
Listen, I hope you didn't think I was being rude earlier.
You're right, that scratch card could've been worth a fortune.
Listen, I do my best for my family, even if they don't appreciate it.
Of course they do. You're their maw.
I couldnae help but notice Tatiana's tone with Bob earlier.
Is everything all right?
Well, between you and I, she gets very frustrated at times.
She's always on at him about his health
and does he take a blind bit of notice?
-Well, it is his birthday after all.
-Aye, that's true.
Anyway, she knew what she was takin' on.
Too late to change a man once you've hooked him.
Hope you're paying for them.
Another fiver down the drain.
Better watch, if you're no' careful,
you'll end up with a bigger problem than your wife's pal Dr Dan.
Ha! Wish I'd his worries - handsome, slim.
Wouldnae mind getting hooked on the horses if it meant I could look like that.
Dinnae be daft.
Come on, I'll buy us another coupla cards, eh?
Lost again. Story of my life.
Come on, cheer up, you eh?
Oh! This is becoming a habit.
The family's waiting in The Ship.
We'll be right there. We just need to lock up.
Well, get a move on.
-I'll just get my jacket.
Right, you ready, Bob?
How much? A pound?
You've got three aces.
What d'you get for that, a tenner?
C'mon, shut up.
Have a look, if you don't believe me.
You want a taxi?
It's got to stop. Sean Kennedy is costing the bar a fortune.
I'll take that as a no.
If it goes on like this, we could lose the pub.
Do you hear me?
It's hard not to when you keep talking.
The man is a monster, he's bleeding us dry.
Isn't this supposed to be your... turf, or whatever you call it?
Have you been buying The Digger?
I thought your name counted for something round here.
Yeah, so did I. Turns out, I'm just a small-time thief that broke into your bar.
-Raymond apologised to you.
-That makes everything all right, then(!)
Look, I'm no' some puppet that moves when somebody pulls my strings.
You can cope with Kennedy and his kind. Raymond can't.
He's been taken to the cleaners!
I'm not going to get down and beg.
I'm glad. It's not a good look.
Can you not do something?
We not already had this conversation?
I've got my eyes in his camp over there.
He doesn't make a move without me knowing what he's doing.
So let me play the long game here, eh, Jimmy?
I'm finished talking.
'Don't look at me, I'm pathetic.
'Don't be ridiculous.
'I'm an alcoholic.
'I'm a drinker with a gambling problem.
'Not exactly the dream partner you were after, am I?
'No, you're not, are you?
'Just as well you're a good doctor then, eh?'
KNOCK ON DOOR
We need to talk.
You need to tell me what the hell's going on.
That girl would have died if I wasn't there today.
I know, but believe me, I was trying to protect her.
-Who else? Sean Kennedy.
I don't understand.
Look, just after Mick got put inside, he got badly beaten up.
It was Kennedy. He said I had to work for him
to keep my brother safe.
That's how I ended up running the girls.
And you agreed?
I didn't have a choice.
What, d'you think I wanted to do any of this?
I tried to get out, Dan.
I even went to the polis.
Waste of time.
So I had to do what I had to do to keep my brother safe.
Then that creep started sneaking about Leyla.
There was no way I was letting him get to her.
She told me what happened between you.
I'm not judging, it takes two.
You know, I thought me and her could really made a go of things.
I actually believed that.
I saw what it did to her. The drinking.
She was in a bad way.
I drove her to it.
She was never like that before...before me.
You can end this now.
Get away from Kennedy, Lenny, the whole damn lot.
By doing what? Leaving Angie and the rest to rot?
What, you think that's the right thing to do?
Have you thought about what you're gonnae do wi' it?
I'm still in shock.
I mean, it's not as big as Roisin's win.
I'll not be living it up in a castle anytime soon.
Aye, but you've got to celebrate surely?
Actually, can we just keep this to ourselves the now?
You've just won 50 grand, woman!
I ken, but tonight's your night and it's no' even sunk in yet.
So just dinnae let on to anyone, all right?
Aye, all right.
I keep thinking I'm dreaming.
This changes everything.
ALL: Five, four, three, two, one!
Make a wish, and blow them out.
-Happy birthday, big man.
Hope your choice of schools is better.
Never misses a chance, eh?
Did you bring those brochures with you?
-You got your cheque book?
-Give it a rest, Ma.
He's no' just here to put his hand in his pocket.
He's as much say as anyone in this.
There you go. Take a look, see what you think.
Are you away?
I'd better make a move.
Don't go yet, Tattie.
Dan will be leaving for his flight shortly.
I want to say goodbye before he goes.
I'll...see you at home.
What have you done to get into her bad books?
There must be some other way out of this,
because what you're doing now's not the answer.
There is no answer!
I'm all there is between that psycho and those girls.
If I left them now, I couldn't live with myself.
Then I'm not going anywhere. I'm not deserting you like this.
I don't agree with what you did, but you're Michael's brother,
you're my friend and you're on your own in this.
I can stay, help sort things out.
By doing what?
Whatever it takes.
Look, I'm grateful for what you did today,
-but there's nothing else that you can do here.
No, you listen.
There's no way I can let him get to Michael again
and I'm definitely not gonnae let him get to you.
I don't need that on my conscience.
And at least if I stay, then I know the girls are safe.
This is too heavy for you, mate.
You're not cut out for this.
What? And you are?
I've ruined my brother's marriage, I've destroyed his life.
It's down to me now. I need to do the right thing.
You can't blame yourself for everything.
People make their own choices. Michael did, Leyla did.
Not those girls, Dan. I'm all they've got.
Look, you've got a chance to go somewhere where you're needed,
somewhere you can do some good, you know, make a difference.
So you're getting on that plane if I have to carry you there.
It's a full house, yeah? And you're pleading poverty?
Sorry. Private function.
Make it a double. Put it on my slate.
Listen to your boss, eh? Run along now.
You know how much money I'm losing?
Well, would you rather lose your licence?
These schools are pretty posh.
Pretty dear an' all.
Better than the school I went to.
Funny. I heard yours was approved.
Right, my round. Would you like a drink?
Aye, whisky, thanks.
What you after?
Let me get this for you. What you havin', darlin'?
You're all right, thanks. I'm in a round.
Are you sure? I'm not used to gettin' a knock back fae nobody.
This'll be a new experience then. I'll get this.
Do what you like, but stay away from my family, all right?
You want put on the naughty step?
On the house.
No, no. One guy bleeding you dry is enough.
-Right, think I'm gonnae head.
-Are you not staying?
No, see what you think, but that one looks the business.
Some price, but.
Let me deal with that.
Glad you got rid of that snake.
That guy gives me the heebie-jeebies.
The guy left of his own free will. I don't toss people out of bars.
That's the landlord's job.
Ah, we wondered where you'd got to.
Yeah, we had some catching up to do.
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I'll get your bag for you. Gimme that.
-You too. Come here.
He's not going to the moon, woman.
At least he would be safer there.
I'll be fine, Liz.
Thanks for everything, Dan. Be sure and write now.
I will, as soon as I arrive.
Look after yourself, son.
-I will, Malcolm. Take care of these guys for me, OK?
I'll miss you.
I'll miss you too.
-Bob, what's wrong?
-I just need a wee minute.
He turned up for work in a terrible state.
If he turned up for work, Iona, it wasn't so terrible.
I am very grateful, why else I do you think I stay with him?
-I'm going home.
-Back to the Ukraine, aye?
Send us a postcard.
See the way you feel about wee Bob,
that's how I feel about Big Bob.
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