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The End of the F***ing World (2017)

 episode script

season 1 - episode 2
"Part 2"

Based on the comic book by

Charles S. Forsman

Written by

Charles S. Forsman & Charlie Covell

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S01-Ep.02: "Part 2"

On the road, James and Alyssa quickly realize they're in over their heads, but neither wants to admit it. A friendly army vet offer them help.

TRANSCRIPTION

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[insects chirp]

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[clinking]

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[James] Things didn't always go entirely
to plan on my journey with Alyssa.

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Do you think it's gonna explode?

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It's not a film.

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[Alyssa] If this was a film,
we'd probably be American.

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[rock music]

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[Alyssa] Whoo!

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Yeah!

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[James] I kept wondering what sort
of sound she'd make when I killed her.

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[slash]

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I needed to find somewhere quiet.

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Guess what freedom smells like?

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-What?
-Cow shit.

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-Seat belt.
-Fuck seat belts.

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So what do you wanna do?

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I dunno.

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Because we can literally do anything,
James.

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Anything we want.

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[electronic pings]

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Gun! Gun! Gun!

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[James] Ironically,
I was not in my element.

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[electronic pings]

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[shouts] Come on!

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This is shit!

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[Alyssa] Sometimes, I look at him
and I think, "Are you a bit dead?"

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[muted 80s music]

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Put your tongue in my ear.

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-What?
-I like it.

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[Alyssa giggles]

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[man on PA system] Right, stop that now.

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Sorry.

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[James] Alyssa was really good
at annoying people.

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Thank God I smashed my phone.

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I bet my mum's been calling nonstop.
Stupid bitch.

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How long till your dad calls the police?

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What?

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About the car.

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He won't.

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-Really?
-Yeah.

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He'll think I'm coming home soon.

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And he's a prick and everything,
but he's pretty optimistic.

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[TV laughter]

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[clears his throat]

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What?

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What?

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I like food.

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OK.

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[Alyssa] My mum says
that if food were her boyfriend,

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she'd be in an abusive relationship.

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She says it like it's a joke,
but it's not.

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What?

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[whispers] Did you bring money with you?

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Didn't you?

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Yeah. I just spent it at Laserkill.

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That was all your money.

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I didn't have to pay for you.
I was being fucking polite, actually.

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What are we going to do?

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Well, it's just food.

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And we haven't eaten all of it.
You haven't.

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The only rule with these things

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is that you never steal from a small
or independent business.

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-Whose rule is that?
-My dad's.

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He's basically Robin Hood.

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He breaks the law,
but he's really moral.

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"If it's a chain, it's free rein."

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-Say it.
-"If it's a chain, it's free rein."

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There you go. Otherwise,
you're basically funding terrorism.

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-Places like this are all run by the Man.
-What man?

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"The Man" man.

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The Man who, you know, owns all the oil,

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forces Chinese children
to make smartphones and hates Palestine.

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Are you gonna be a pussy?

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[James] Showing willing was
the best approach with Alyssa.

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No.

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[Alyssa] Shit.

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[hard rock]

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[suppressed giggle]
Nice one.

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-Seat belt!
-Fuck seat belts.

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[James] I had her
right where I wanted her.

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We should have sex.

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-What, now?
-Yeah.

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Take your top off.

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Erm, OK...

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[James] I had to go along with it.

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Should...

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-Should we stop?
-No.

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Keep driving.

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[James] But I wasn't sure sex was
something you could just go along with,

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especially not as a man.
[Alyssa giggles]

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It's OK for women.

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They can just lie back,
think of England.

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Us men, we have to be England.

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[James] Stop! I think I'm stuck.

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[Alyssa laughs]

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Shit.

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Why are you laughing?

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My dad loves this car.

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It's the most expensive thing
he's ever bought.

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[Alyssa laughs]

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[Alyssa] What the fuck
are we gonna do now?

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[clinking]

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Do you think it's gonna explode?

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It's not a film.

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Come on.

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-Where are you going?
-Well, we can't drive it, can we?

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I might be able to fix it.
We can't just leave it.

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[loud bang]

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Do you reckon you can still fix it?

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What should we do?

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[Alyssa] Go home.

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Do you wanna go home?

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[Alyssa] Hang on.
Does he want to go home?

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You saying you wanna go home?

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'Cause that's fine, can if you want.

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-No, I don't want to. I was just asking...
-I don't wanna go home, James.

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-But...
-I don't want to go home.

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-So what do you want to do?
-I don't know!

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Why don't you fucking think
of something for once?

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[crack]

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[James] I couldn't have done it there.

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The car would've linked me to the crime.

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[soft country music]

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♪ Walking all day
with my mouth on fire ♪

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♪ Trying to get talking to you ♪

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♪ Walking all day
with my mouth on fire ♪

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♪ That's what I've gotta do ♪

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♪ Trying to get talking to you ♪

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♪ Walking all day
with my feet on fire ♪

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♪ Trying to get closer to you ♪

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♪ Walking all day with my feet on fire ♪

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♪ That's what I've gotta do ♪

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♪ Trying to get closer to you ♪

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[James] Why is no one stopping?

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[Alyssa] Probably
because you've got your tits out.

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I'm serious. No one stops for weirdos
except other weirdos.

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And you look like a proper day release.

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[car approaches]

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[car slows down]

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You all right?

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Hi.

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I'm heading down south, son,
if it's any good to you.

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Do you want a lift or not?

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Yeah. Thanks.

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Come on, then.

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Come on.

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Come on!

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I am gonna be so fucked off
if we get murdered.

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[rock music]

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[music stops]

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[Alyssa] I can't believe
he got in the front.

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Grab us that sweater in the back, there,
love. Chuck it down to your boyfriend.

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Who said he's my boyfriend?

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[James] Alyssa was starting
to test my patience.

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[screech]

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Are you all right, love?

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Is she all right, son?

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She's fine.

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You're funny, you. I like you.

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[man chortles]

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-That your dog?
-Nearly, I'm buying her.

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-She's cute, though, ain't she?
-Yeah.

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Not for long, mind.

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She's a cane corso.

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What's that?

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Number 23 on the Top 25
Most Dangerous Dog List.

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For fighting.

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-They expensive?
-Just a bit.

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You know your car smells like feet.

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[man laughs]

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One of the lads had a couple,
in Fallujah.

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-They're lethal, I tell ya.
-You were in the army?

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Five year.

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Cool.

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So tell me, then,
what you two been up to, eh?

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Come on, I ain't gonna say anything.
What's the matter with ya?

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Well, we haven't done anything.

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[laughs] Sure.

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I couldn't give a fuck either way, I'm...

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I'm just making conversation, you know?
I'm not a fucking copper.

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[man laughs]

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I just thought, you know, you...

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You might wanna make
a phone call to your mum or something.

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Let her know you're OK.

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My mum's dead, actually.

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[scratchy guitar]

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I thought you said your mum was
in Japan?

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So?

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So it's a bit different
from being dead, isn't it?

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This guy's a prick.

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What?

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[sighs] He's, like,
the worst kind of person.

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He's all right.

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Why are you defending him?
He's a murderer.

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-What?
-He was in the army.

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He's murdered people.

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And now he's buying a dog
to murder other dogs with.

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Here you go.

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Thanks.

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Yeah.

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00:11:05,240 --> 00:11:06,240
Is that your family?

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00:11:07,480 --> 00:11:08,960
That's the missus, Liz.

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Abi.

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That's Baby Jack.

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Jack looks like a potato.

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00:11:16,640 --> 00:11:17,800
You what, love?

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00:11:17,960 --> 00:11:19,160
Joke!

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Joking.

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He looks like a ham.

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He does, though, doesn't he?

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00:11:30,560 --> 00:11:31,440
No.

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You guys are so fucking boring.

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Sorry.

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Don't be daft, son.

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She's a bit full-on, ain't she? The bird.

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Oh... Yeah, she can be.

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Well...

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That's women, eh?

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Yeah.

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Maybe.

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What was it like?

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In the army.

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Ah, it was all right, you know.

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Did you kill people?

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It's part of the job, son.

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How many?

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00:12:23,760 --> 00:12:26,520
Well, be a bit sick
to keep count, wouldn't it?

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[James] I'd have definitely kept count.

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-I'm gonna go to the...
-Oh, yeah, sure.

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-toilet.
-Sure, sure.

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I say, son.

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I might as well join you.
Put one in the bag, you know.

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[distant traffic]

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[Alyssa] I'm bad
at apologizing to people,

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but sometimes I know I should.

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What happened to your hand?

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[James] Sometimes, I just...

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let things happen.

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Even though I didn't want them to.

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I'm not sure why.

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What's going on?

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Are you gay?

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No.

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-It's OK if you are.
-I'm not.

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-But you should tell me if you are.
-I'm not gay.

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So what are you doing?

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Where do you think you're going?

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Well, I... gotta go.

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The dog's not gonna collect herself,
now is she?

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Gimme your wallet.

251
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You what?

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Give me your wallet.

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00:14:09,840 --> 00:14:10,720
No. No...

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Give me your wallet or I swear to fuck

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00:14:13,280 --> 00:14:15,840
I'll go visit Liz and Abi
and your weird potato baby,

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and tell them what you like to do
with teenage boys in toilets.

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You wouldn't do that.

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I'll tell the police, too.

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[door slams]

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He put my hand there.

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You know that if people wanna do stuff
to you, you don't have to let them.

262
00:14:52,960 --> 00:14:53,880
Yeah.

263
00:14:55,320 --> 00:14:56,200
Do you?

264
00:14:56,960 --> 00:14:57,800
Yeah.

265
00:14:58,440 --> 00:14:59,720
So why did you?

266
00:15:03,160 --> 00:15:05,440
Did something bad happen to you
when you were small?

267
00:15:10,760 --> 00:15:11,600
No.

268
00:15:16,600 --> 00:15:17,800
I'm tired.

269
00:15:26,240 --> 00:15:27,840
[evening birds tweeting]

270
00:15:33,640 --> 00:15:35,800
-A double room?
-Yup.

271
00:15:35,880 --> 00:15:39,000
A double room with a double bed
for double sex.

272
00:15:39,080 --> 00:15:40,720
[Muzak]

273
00:15:42,960 --> 00:15:44,560
[Alyssa] I really need to cry.

274
00:15:58,280 --> 00:15:59,560
[crickets chirping]

275
00:16:02,200 --> 00:16:04,640
-Do you wanna watch TV?
-OK.

276
00:16:12,360 --> 00:16:14,400
[TV audience applauds]

277
00:16:17,320 --> 00:16:18,760
Find some porn.

278
00:16:20,560 --> 00:16:23,760
[TV] Are you ready
to answer the big question?

279
00:16:26,040 --> 00:16:27,880
[moaning]

280
00:16:31,480 --> 00:16:34,040
[gentle acoustic music]

281
00:16:34,120 --> 00:16:35,720
[moaning continues]

282
00:16:40,720 --> 00:16:41,920
Where are you going?

283
00:16:42,000 --> 00:16:43,160
Toilet.

284
00:16:43,240 --> 00:16:44,400
[door opens]

285
00:17:02,560 --> 00:17:04,280
[whimpers]

286
00:17:11,119 --> 00:17:12,480
[breathes heavily]

287
00:17:14,720 --> 00:17:16,599
[Alyssa sniffles and cries]

288
00:17:18,040 --> 00:17:20,480
♪ Suddenly it's there ♪

289
00:17:21,640 --> 00:17:24,319
♪ On a Saturday night ♪

290
00:17:25,560 --> 00:17:29,880
♪ When you're feeling alive and calm ♪

291
00:17:32,840 --> 00:17:35,800
♪ And all the children inside ♪

292
00:17:36,560 --> 00:17:39,200
[toilet flushes]
♪ Meet before the sun ♪

293
00:17:39,280 --> 00:17:40,280
Shit.

294
00:17:40,720 --> 00:17:44,640
♪ To keep them warm and dry ♪

295
00:17:47,920 --> 00:17:49,120
You all right?

296
00:17:50,440 --> 00:17:52,280
I'm going to the vending machine.

297
00:17:53,440 --> 00:17:54,280
OK.

298
00:17:57,760 --> 00:17:59,080
[phone rings]

299
00:18:02,360 --> 00:18:03,200
Hello?

300
00:18:05,880 --> 00:18:06,720
Hello?

301
00:18:07,920 --> 00:18:09,200
Is that you, Alyssa?

302
00:18:10,640 --> 00:18:12,160
It is you, innit?

303
00:18:15,240 --> 00:18:16,960
Can I speak to my mum?

304
00:18:17,640 --> 00:18:19,280
She doesn't wanna speak to you.

305
00:19:01,800 --> 00:19:04,000
Mmm. It's good.

306
00:19:07,160 --> 00:19:09,000
[moaning]

307
00:19:11,280 --> 00:19:12,760
-Can I turn it off?
-Yeah.

308
00:19:14,040 --> 00:19:15,120
[silence]

309
00:19:20,480 --> 00:19:23,120
I can't go home. Like, ever.

310
00:19:24,120 --> 00:19:26,720
-You can.
-I don't want to.

311
00:19:29,760 --> 00:19:31,000
Do you want me?

312
00:19:33,160 --> 00:19:34,000
What?

313
00:19:34,400 --> 00:19:37,040
Do you want me,
or do you just go along with things?

314
00:19:38,880 --> 00:19:40,080
I want you.

315
00:19:43,720 --> 00:19:46,240
I'm gonna go to my dad's.
You can come if you want.

316
00:19:47,440 --> 00:19:48,280
Yeah.

317
00:19:49,640 --> 00:19:50,520
OK.

318
00:19:57,960 --> 00:20:00,680
-James?
-Yeah?

319
00:20:01,120 --> 00:20:02,440
Will you cuddle me?

320
00:20:15,400 --> 00:20:17,400
[soft indie music]

321
00:20:22,880 --> 00:20:23,880
♪ Give ♪

322
00:20:25,160 --> 00:20:27,480
♪ Me all your love now ♪

323
00:20:28,600 --> 00:20:30,560
♪ 'Cause for all we know ♪

324
00:20:30,640 --> 00:20:33,640
♪ We might be dead by tomorrow ♪

325
00:20:43,120 --> 00:20:44,120
♪ I can't ♪

326
00:20:45,040 --> 00:20:47,320
♪ Go on wasting the time ♪

327
00:20:48,480 --> 00:20:50,320
♪ Adding scars to my heart ♪

328
00:20:50,400 --> 00:20:53,320
♪ 'Cause all I hear is,
"I'm not ready enough" ♪

329
00:20:53,960 --> 00:20:55,040
Police, please.

330
00:21:05,480 --> 00:21:08,560
♪ And I can tell that you didn't have ♪

331
00:21:08,640 --> 00:21:12,280
♪ To face your mother
losing her lover ♪

332
00:21:13,600 --> 00:21:15,760
♪ Without saying goodbye ♪

333
00:21:16,960 --> 00:21:18,840
♪ Without saying goodbye ♪

334
00:21:20,320 --> 00:21:22,480
♪ 'Cause she didn't have time ♪
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