Pleasantview - Series 3 - Episode 21 - More Familiar Faces

Estate Agent: ...And this is the home of the Pleasant family. Kaylynn and Daniel are a couple, and they have little baby Sophie. They're away on a late honeymoon at the moment, and her ex is looking after the baby.
Coral: Have we been past his ex's house?
Estate Agent: No, it's just here on the other side of the road.
Coral: Ok.
Herb: Can we please just get to our new home? I just want to put my feet up.
Coral: I thought we wanted a neighbourhood tour?
Herb: No dear, you wanted a neighbourhood tour.
Coral: Men, eh?
Estate Agent: (Laughs) I know what you mean. Would you like me to continue with the tour or not?
Herb: Not.
Coral: Don't listen to him. Please, continue.

Estate Agent: This here, is the oldest house in the neighbourhood, and it belongs to the Goth family.
Herb:
I've heard that name before somewhere.
Estate
Agent: I'm not surprised. Bella Goth, who lived in this very house, was all over the news for months after she murdered her lover.
Coral:
A murder happened in this very house?
Estate Agent:
No, no no. Bella ran away from her husband Mortimer, he's dead too, for another man. She killed him while away in Japan.
Coral:
Oh my goodness.
Herb:
I don't think I want to be associated with this family.
Estate Agent:
The children are actually lovely people. With both her parents gone now, Cassandra has to look after her younger brother Alexander. They are both very polite young...
Cassandra:
(Shouting) Will you get off that sodding computer right now!
Herb:
Hooligans?

Cassandra: Get your arse off that chair! You'll be late for school if you don't get moving.
Alexander:
There's ages yet.
Cassandra:
There's only twenty minutes! Have you done your homework?
Alexander:
Erm..
Cassandra:
Alex! You've got mock exams coming up after Christmas! You need to work hard!
Alexander:
Mock schmock. They're not important.
Cassandra:
Yes they are! It's not healthy for you to sit on that computer all the time, anyway. Have you seen your waist recently? You've put on quite a lot of weight.
Alexander:
Life's for living.
Cassandra:
Living your life involves getting out of the house and working hard, not wasting away in front of a monitor. What are you doing on there anyway?
Alexander:
Just chatting.
Cassandra:
Well I've told you that's not safe either.
Alexander:
Your not my mother.
Cassandra:
(Sighs).

Estate Agent: This is the Burb's house. They're a fairly young couple, new to the neighbourhood. They haven't got any children but they're business minded people. They own the local community centre. I'll take you there later on.
Herb:
Just how long is this tour going to last?
Coral:
Herb! Please, just ignore him. What is the community centre like?
Estate Agent:
It's a great place to go now. Before the Burb's came along it was disused and just a hang out for the local yobs...
Herb:
Murderers, yobs? Are you sure were moving to the right place Coral?
Coral:
Well...
Estate Agent:
It's fine now! The Burb's have totally revitalised the place.
Coral:
Okay.. good.

Estate Agent: I'm afraid this is the less pleasant side of Pleasantview, with these cheap, trailer style homes. If I had my way I'd have these demolished and have some lovely new homes built. Fortunately, no one lives here at the moment.
Herb:
Bring in the bulldozers while you can then.
Estate Agent:
I believe the council are discussing it.
Coral:
Great.
Estate Agent:
I know. We don't want to encourage the... how should I put it? ...lower class to live here. The last family who lived in this particular house had a prostitute mother and a son who wasn't right in the head! His father mysteriously died in the swimming pool. They say it was an accident, but I say otherwise.
Coral:
Thank goodness they left! They sound like horrible people!

Estate Agent: Let's move away from here shall we? It's not good for your image to be seen around here. Someone might think you actually want to buy this dump! (Laughs).
Dustin:
(Mutters) Yeah, that's right, move away you snobby cow.

Beau: Dustin, I'm hungry again.
Dustin:
Your always hungry!
Beau:
You never give me enough to eat!
Dustin:
I'm trying my best you ungrateful little sod.
Beau:
I wish mum was here.
Dustin:
Will you stop going on about her!? Stop being such a big wimp!
Beau:
Why won't you tell me where she is?
Dustin:
I've told you so many times Beau, I don't know! Anyway, get some clothes on.
Beau:
They're dirty.
Dustin:
I don't give a damn! Just put them on and follow that bunch of snobs outside.
Beau:
Why?
Dustin:
Just do it, and find out which house they're moving into. Don't let them see you.
Beau: Why?
Dustin: This is your secret spy mission, agent.
Beau:
Ok! Cool!
Dustin:
Good lad. Don't let anyone else see you either, ok?
Beau:
A good spy never get's seen by anyone!
Dustin:
That's right. Hurry up and get dressed or you'll fail your mission.
Beau:
Yes boss!

Estate Agent: This house is home to a lovely family called the Dreamer family. There's Darren and his brother Peter, and each of them has a son; Dirk and Sam.
Coral:
No women?
Estate Agent:
Apparently not. I think Darren's partner died of an illness. Not sure about Peters.
Herb:
If you ask me, they're probably a gay couple, and they're not really brothers. They adopted the kids.
Coral:
Don't be so ridiculous Herb.
Estate Agent:
(Laughs). I met Darren's wife many years ago. Her name was Darleen.

Dirk: Are you sure about this? Is it definitely the right thing to do?
Sam:
I don't know. All I know is that we can't be together in this house. They haven't left us alone for longer than five minutes since they caught us.
Dirk:
I know. We want to be together, and they're going to do everything they can to stop us. Were making the right choice. Whenever we get a chance to leave, we'll have to take it.

Peter: Are you two alright?
Dirk:
Yes uncle Peter.
Sam:
Were fine, just like the last time you asked a few minutes ago!
Peter:
Fair enough. Your not going to sit around here all day are you? Not everyone's as lucky as you two, getting an inset day. I hear Alexander has to go to school today.
Sam:
Private schools don't need inset days.
Dirk:
Do you mean your actually going to let us go out of the house!? Alone? Without you?
Peter:
Well I was going to ask you to come shopping with me, but where do you two want to go instead?
Dirk:
Erm.. the community centre.
Peter:
Great idea. I'll just finish the washing up and then come with you guys.
Sam:
That's not what we meant.
Peter:
What, you don't want to hang out with your old dad?
Dirk:
We want to hang around with people our own age.
Peter:
Well.. you have been confined indoors a lot lately. Oh, go on then. You can go out without me, but only for an hour or two.
Sam:
Thanks dad!
Peter:
No problem. Just don't do anything, you shouldn't.

Dirk: Well, here we go.
Sam:
Running away.
Dirk:
Yeah...
Sam:
I guess we'll never see this place again.
Dirk:
I guess not.
Sam:
I'm a bit... scared.
Dirk:
So am I, but we'll be ok, and we'll be together. We can look after ourselves. Were ready, but where should we go?
Sam:
Good question.

Estate Agent: This is a more modern part of the neighbourhood.
Herb:
We prefer a little more traditional.
Estate Agent:
I know. You've chosen a lovely home. This house is home to Nina Caliente, and a man named Eric. I'm not sure if Eric and Nina are together or not. I think they'd make a good couple though...

Nina: That was great babe.
Eric:
Hey, you don't have to tell me I can please a woman.
Nina:
(Laughs). You know what would really please me?
Eric:
Doing it again?
Nina:
You wish! No, it's time you got that divorce sorted out.
Eric:
I knew that was coming.
Nina:
I'm sorry to keep brining it up, but I've been telling you to do it for months!
Eric:
I'll go and see Rose tomorrow.
Nina:
Why not today?
Eric:
I'm working today.
Nina:
Can't you ask John for a day off?
Eric:
He already had a go at me for being late yesterday. I can't let him down again or I'll be sacked. It took me ages to get the job at the community centre and I don't want to lose it.
Nina:
Fair enough. Just make sure you really do go and see her tomorrow, ok?
Eric: Whatever you want babe.

Estate Agent: This is the last house on our tour..
Herb:
At last!
Estate Agent:
And then we'll visit the community centre.
Herb:
Great!
Estate Agent:
The Lothario family live here. They're a married couple called Don and Dina..
Herb:
It isn't very well cared for.
Coral:
Look at the poor flowers.
Herb:
Look at the rubbish strewn into the road!
Estate Agent:
They don't have much free time, with a terrible two year old to look after.
Coral:
I'm just glad I don't have to go inside.
Estate Agent:
Should we move onto our final stop then?
Coral:
Please do.

Dina: Yes Don, I know you can't come home early... I just wanted to talk to someone! Don't be stupid, you won't get sacked for being on the phone to your wife.
Jack:
Mummy!
Dina:
I'm just so frustrated here, with no adult company. The house is a mess, and Jack is driving me insane!
Jack:
Mummy! Biscuit!
Dina:
No! You had one before. ...I was talking to Jack... He wanted a biscuit... no, he's not having one! He had one before... not everyone eats a whole pack at once Don (Laughs). Anyway, have you been swearing around him again? He was saying the B word before... the female dog one... Don, you didn't mean a female dog when you were saying it.
Jack:
Drink!
Dina:
I better let you get back to work then. Jacks wanting again. See you later. Come home as early as you can!

Estate Agent: This is the recently renovated community centre.
Coral:
It looks very posh.
Estate Agent:
It is, but the shops prices are still very reasonable. The street trash don't hang out here anymore. Before you couldn't really do much except swim in a filthy swimming pool, but the Burb's have opened up a selection of new shops and completely changed the image of the place. You can even grab a coffee upstairs.
Herb:
I feel like a coffee now.
Coral:
I could do with one too. I need a sit down as well. My feet are killing me.
Estate Agent:
I think getting some coffees is a great idea. Follow me.

John: What are you doing?

Beau: Shh! Your going to give me away.
John:
Sorry?
Beau:
I'm a spy.
John:
And who are you spying on?
Beau:
A good spy never reveals his mission.
John:
Well... I'm a spy too. You can tell me.
Beau:
Those people buying coffee.
John:
Are they your grandparents?
Beau:
No, I don't know who they are.
John:
And who are you?
Beau:
I'm agent Broke. Who are you?
John:
Agent Burb. I've never seen you here before. Do you live in Pleasantview?
Beau:
I've never seen you either. I used to live here, and I came back a week ago.
John:
In that case, why don't I show you around the new community centre? It's not polite to spy of those people.
Beau:
But my brother gave me the mission.
John:
Oh, he did, did he? Any who is your brother?
Beau:
I can't say.
John:
If you leave these people alone, I'll give you some sweets. Does that sound like a good deal to you?
Beau:
Yeah!
John:
Follow me then.
Beau:
Ok!

Herb: Are we ready to leave then?
Coral:
Yes. I think it's time we went to our new home. Is everything ready Carol?
Estate Agent:
Yes, it'll all be sorted now. Your furniture will be in place.
Herb:
Excellent.

Dustin: Finally! Did you find out where they lived?
Beau:
No, I got distracted from my mission.
Dustin:
Beau! I asked you to do one simple thing, and you can't even do that! For gods sake!
Beau:
I'm sorry.
Dustin:
Just shut up and eat your dinner...

Beau: Where's yours?
Dustin:
I can do without.
Beau:
You have it.
Dustin:
No Beau, your a growing boy. You need it more than I do.
Beau:
But I've already eaten.
Dustin:
What!? How? When?
Beau:
A man gave me some sweets.
Dustin:
What man!? What did he want in return!?
Beau: Nothing!
Dustin: He better not of! I told you not to be seen!
Beau:
It's ok. He doesn't know us. He must of moved here after we left. He runs the community centre.
Dustin:
He better not know us you little twerp! Are you going to eat that, or not?
Beau:
Not.

Dustin: I'm sorry for yelling at you. It's just those snobs are bound to have a bit of extra cash around their house, that they won't notice has gone.
Beau:
What do you mean?
Dustin:
I mean, I was planning on stealing it so I could get us some proper food. Sure, I could go to the Goths, or Pleasant's, but they know me. If I'm caught, they'll know were back.
Beau:
You steal money?
Dustin:
I have to Beau! No one else is here to look after us now.
Beau:
Why can't you get a job? You could work in the community centre.
Dustin:
Because what do you think will happen when I serve Mary-Sue or someone we know? They'll ask where mum is, and then the next minute we'll be hauled away by social services. We might even be split up.
Beau:
I don't want to lose you and mummy.
Dustin:
I know. That's why we need to work together Beau. It's just me and you now. We've got to lookout for ourselves.
Beau: Do you think mummy will come and look for us here?
Dustin:
No. Were never going to see mum again.

Coral: It looks like exactly how we wanted it.
Estate Agent:
We listened to your wishes. You don't need to stand here looking through the window, you know? I have the keys right here.
Herb:
Let's get inside then.
Coral:
Thank you for everything.
Estate Agent:
That's ok. I'll leave you to it now. I'll pop by tomorrow to settle the bill.
Herb:
I wondered when that was coming (Laughs).

Darren: (Shouts) Peter, why is the door wide open!?

Darren: What on earth are you doing!? Wake up! Anybody could of walked in!

Darleen: Do you think I would of let them?
Darren:
(Gasps). Darleen?
Darleen:
Yes, it's me, Darren. Peter seemed a little surprised to see me. He fainted before he'd even opened the door properly.
Darren:
Why are you here?

Darleen: Why do you think? I'm here to tell Dirk I'm alive. And as Sam's here, he deserves to know who his mother really is. Where are they?
Darren:
It doesn't matter, because your not going to see either of them!
Darleen:
They aren't in the house... are they out?

Darleen: Peter, where are they?
Darren:
You haven't let them out, have you?
Darleen:
What's that supposed to mean!? It sounds like your treating them like prisoners!
Darren: It's a long story, and it's nothing to do with you. Peter, where are they!?
Peter:
They're missing!
Darleen:
What!?