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  • -So where'd you get all this?

  • -Few people chipped in a tenner.

  • -Shouldn't you be at school?

  • -Sick.

  • -Hundred and ten, hundred and twenty, thirty.

  • -Nice one! Like the menu?

  • -Well I dunno what half of it is to be honest!

  • -Pop by later, you can try some, alright?

  • -Morning Christian, sorry I'm late. Has Syed introduced himself as yet?

  • -He's not been in babe.

  • -Oh, that's unlike him. Maybe he overslept.

  • -Well I just saw an Indian fella talking to Janine in the Caf.

  • -Indian? -Oh, whatever.

  • -Jay Brown, you just made my day!

  • -Why's that man giving me daggers?

  • -Ian? He's always had a crush on me.

  • -That's Ian Beale?

  • -Mmhm.

  • -Ian. Syed Masood, Mum's told me all about you.

  • -I wish I could say the same.

  • -Do we have a problem?

  • -No. My problem's with your mum. Sticking members of her family on the payroll without consulting me.

  • -I'm sure there's enough washing up for both of us.

  • -Washing up?! I'm joint owner! Or did she forget to mention that little fact?

  • -What do you think you're doing?

  • -Eating breakfast.

  • -Breakfast? It's nearly lunchtime! You were meant to start at nine.

  • -That might be my fault.

  • -Yeah, I can believe that.

  • -Do you realise that I had to put my foot down for you to get this job? Your father's going to be there in fifteen minutes.

  • -Do you want to make me look like a fool? Come on.

  • -Come on!

  • -Look, I know you didn't want me working here.

  • -Yeah, but your mother did, and she's the boss.

  • -You never know, I might be useful.

  • -Just stick to washing up, and everything'll be fine.

  • -So this is how it's gonna be, is it?

  • -Pretty much, yeah.

  • -Here, let me!

  • -Thanks.

  • -I'm Syed. -Christian

  • -Muslim!

  • -Nice to meet you.

  • -Manly shake you got there!

  • -Why wouldn't it be?

  • -No reason.

  • -What, gay man, limp wrist, that it?

  • -No, that's not what -

  • -Oh, what's the point?

  • -Well it's a bit bland.

  • -Bland? Bland? Your taste buds must be defective.

  • -Oi! I've paid my money. So I've got a right to tell you what I think about your spring rolls.

  • -Spring rolls? -He's right mum. He's the customer.

  • -He's a child! What does he know?

  • -Oh, well forget the whole thing and I'll have me dough back then.

  • -Fine!

  • -I'll go elsewhere. -Good!

  • -Will everyone just calm down?

  • -Look, we know tonight's important to you, and you want everything to be just right, and that includes the food.

  • -And it's important to us that you're happy. So what can we do to improve it?

  • -Add some sipping sauce maybe. You know, jazz it up a little bit?

  • -Dipping sauce? What kind of dipping sauce?

  • -Barbecue maybe?

  • -Barbecue?

  • -We can do that. I'm sure that we could come up with an authentic dipping sauce to complement your food, couldn't we?

  • -Course we could. Syed, get in the kitchen, there's work to be done.

  • -Can you just give him those, tell him I'm sorry? -Yeah, yeah. Hope you feel better soon, yeah?

  • -Masala Queen, food of the Gods! And Godesses.

  • -Ooh, looks tasty. -It is, you wanna try?

  • -Wouldn't mind.

  • -Oi! -What, come on, just being friendly! Where's he been all this time, locked up in charm school?

  • -They only let me out for special occasions!

  • -Thank you.

  • -You're welcome.

  • -Try one, your majesty?

  • -Marvelous!

  • -We call it taste of the tandoor.

  • -Very nice

  • -They seemed to like the food, don't you think?

  • -Yeah. Went down well. I -

  • -No, go on.

  • -No, I was just gonna say, credit where credit's due. I thought Syed played his part.

  • -You think that I don't know what he is? I do.

  • -For good or for bad Mas, I don't wanna fight anymore.

  • -Neither do I.

  • -Look, I'm glad you found him. Alright, I'm gonna try my best to move on. But you have to let me go at my own speed.

  • -Yep.

  • -I've got my eye on him. One step out of line and - -Understood. Understood.

  • -Er, Syed? Perhaps you could help finish clearing up?

  • -Of course.

  • -I hope you're not mistaking my son's naturally flirtatious nature for something else?

  • -I'll try not to.

  • -Cause I know my son and he's not interested.

  • -No, not at the moment, he told me so himself.

  • -Exactly.

  • -He's only got room for one special lady in his life.

  • Tell me, have you met his girlfriend yet?

  • Oh, you didn't know? Silly me.

-So where'd you get all this?

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