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  • This is the story of Bridget and Annie, who share a flat in London,

  • and the boys next door, Nick and his friend Hector from Argentina.

  • Bridget has a job with Channel 9

  • and so does Hector, he's a reporter.

  • Annie just wants to save the animals

  • and Nick... Well, Nick is Nick.

  • Stand by for Extra.

  • What?

  • - Nick! - Who is it?

  • It's me. Annie.

  • And this is Ziggy.

  • - Is Hector there? - No.

  • - He's working tonight. - Then you must help us, Nick.

  • Take these.

  • They are my babies, so look after them, please!

  • Sure, no problem.

  • Right. Ready, Ziggy?

  • Come on, let's go.

  • Hurry!

  • Yes, three o'clock. Tell the others.

  • Bye.

  • 'Animals are human?'

  • Annie, animals are animals.

  • - But animals are like people. - Really, Annie?

  • Look at this flat. How can I get ready?

  • - Sorry, Bridget. - I have a very important day today.

  • - Sorry. - I have big, big decisions to make.

  • Like...which dress.

  • What do you think?

  • They're both nice.

  • I have such a busy morning.

  • David Beckham, Madonna.

  • What? You're meeting them?

  • No, I'm reading about them

  • and then I'm having lunch with guess who.

  • Yes, you've guessed it.

  • Leonardo DiCaprio!

  • Leonardo and me!

  • Wow! Leonardo DiCaprio?

  • Just you and him?

  • Well, nearly.

  • There'll be 45 journalists there too

  • but really it's just me and gorgeous Leo.

  • You and 45 others?

  • I see.

  • Anyway, this cosmetic factory experiments on animals for make- up

  • and I really feel...

  • Good, Hector, you're here. Now you can help me choose.

  • You're back, Hector.

  • Was it a difficult night at work, snuggly puppykins?

  • Yes, and the bad news is that Eunice wants me to go straight back.

  • Why?

  • There is a big news story happening today.

  • So, Hector,

  • which dress do you like the best?

  • This one.

  • - You're sure? - OK, that one.

  • But you just said this one first.

  • Yes, I know, but...

  • Bridget, I am going to Channel 9 now.

  • - Are you coming? - Yes, Hector.

  • And I can tell you all about Leonardo and me!

  • The guinea pigs!

  • Nick?

  • Good. They're OK.

  • I'm coming.

  • Ziggy, come in.

  • Right, now, there are the posters.

  • Now, a note for Nick.

  • Ready, Ziggy?

  • Bye, Charley. Wish us luck.

  • Wait a minute, Ziggy.

  • OK, right, let's go.

  • Wish us luck.

  • Yes, three o'clock. Tell the others.

  • Bye.

  • Leonardo and me!

  • Wow!

  • Leonardo DiCaprio?

  • I have big, big decisions to make.

  • Which dress?

  • Hector. At last.

  • I want you to go straight to Garrier's cosmetic factory.

  • Why?

  • Because some horrid hippies are protesting there.

  • Why?

  • Because they think Mr Garrier experiments on guinea pigs for make- up.

  • This is nonsense.

  • Guinea pigs?

  • You know,

  • guinea pigs.

  • Guinea pigs! How sweet.

  • And these hippies have stolen his guinea pigs.

  • Poor Mr Garrier adores his little guinea pigs.

  • He wants them back.

  • He told me over dinner last night.

  • Who is Mr Garrier?

  • Mr Garrier owns Channel 9.

  • And Mr Garrier has said

  • we must make these protesters look very, very stupid.

  • Now get going!

  • OK, Eunice.

  • I want their heads!

  • Eunice?

  • Yes, Bridget?

  • Is there anything I can do?

  • Yes.

  • I have a very important job for you.

  • Get me a coffee. Black, no sugar.

  • No, Bridget.

  • I can't, I'm a married man.

  • What?

  • Crazy, man!

  • Guinea pigs!

  • They are my babies, so look after them, please.

  • Yeah, sure, no problem.

  • Yeah.

  • Annie.

  • Annie!

  • OK, my little beauties.

  • Time for breakfast.

  • Come on.

  • 'Nick, very important. Keep my babies safe. I will call you. Annie.'

  • Does she think I'm stupid?

  • Of course you're safe with me.

  • Now, let me introduce myself.

  • My name is Nick.

  • Yeah, hello there.

  • Now, what's your name?

  • Kevin? How do you do, Kevin?

  • And who's this?

  • Janice?

  • Is she your girlfriend, Kevin?

  • OK, it's not that funny.

  • Janice, I think you're very pretty, OK?

  • So!

  • These are all your friends.

  • Wow!

  • There are eight of you.

  • You must be hungry.

  • Shall Uncle Nick get you something nice to eat?

  • OK.

  • Have they split up?

  • Hollywood's most beautiful couple.

  • Yes!

  • Yes!

  • Garrier out! Garrier out!

  • All right, Eunice, I cannot hear you.

  • I said,

  • find the leader.

  • The what?

  • The coordinator.

  • Which one?

  • Her, her! That one!

  • The one with the big ears.

  • Garrier out! Garrier out!

  • - Hello. - Hello.

  • This isn't a tea party. Ask her a question.

  • OK.

  • So how important is this protest?

  • Well...

  • Well, yes, it's very important

  • because this factory, Garrier's, experiments on animals for make- up.

  • And why is that bad?

  • Because the poor...

  • Because the poor animals are suffering.

  • That's dreadful. The poor things.

  • Poor little things.

  • They're just guinea pigs!

  • Hector, remember who Mr Garrier is?

  • You do want your job.

  • OK, OK.

  • OK, so do you think this march will help the animals?

  • It's Hector and Annie.

  • - This march is important. - Wow, man!

  • We must stop Mr Garrier!

  • I see.

  • These scientists are using poor animals to test on hair dye,

  • lipstick, mascara, blusher.

  • They use...

  • Well, tell her. Tell her...we need make- up!

  • And where are the eight guinea pigs they stole from the laboratory?

  • I bet she knows. Ask her.

  • Ask her.

  • OK.

  • And do you know anything about...some stolen guinea pigs?

  • The guinea pigs are safe.

  • Yeah, they're safe with me.

  • Aren't you, my pretty ones?

  • I bet she's got those guinea pigs.

  • - Ask her! Ask her! - OK.

  • Have you...

  • Louder, you idiot!

  • Have you got...

  • We've got her! Ask her again! Ask her again!

  • Have you got the guinea pigs?

  • Hector, why are you doing this?

  • You know I love animals.

  • I'm sorry, Annie. It's my job.

  • Well, you can keep your job!

  • Annie, please! Wait, I'm coming!

  • This is Hector Romero for Channel 9 News.

  • Annie, please! I can explain.

  • Wait!

  • OK, my little beauties.

  • They're safe with me.

  • Aren't you, my pretty ones?

  • Have you got the guinea pigs?

  • Hector, why are you doing this?

  • This is Hector Romero for Channel 9 News.

  • Annie, please, I can explain. Wait!

  • Bridget DiCaprio.

  • Mrs Leonardo DiCaprio.

  • Leonardo and Bridget DiCaprio.

  • 'Hello, Mrs DiCaprio!'

  • 'Call me Bridget.'

  • 'Is Leonardo there?'

  • 'No,

  • 'he's on the beach with our two beautiful children and the dogs.'

  • Oh, dear, oh, dear, oh, dear.

  • So aren't you going to ask me about my lunch?

  • - What did you do that for? - Aren't you going to ask me about my lunch?

  • - What lunch? - My lunch with Leonardo.

  • Leonardo who?

  • Leonardo DiCaprio, of course.

  • So, Bridget, how was your lunch with Leonardo DiCaprio?

  • Gorgeous!

  • I was so funny.

  • He loved me, he loved my dress, he loved my name.

  • - That's nice. - Now close your eyes.

  • Go on, close your eyes.

  • Ready?

  • What do you think?

  • - Very nice. - It was very expensive

  • but it's worth it because tonight I'm going to a premiere.

  • I can't wait!

  • I wonder if Leonardo will be there. Now I must get ready.

  • Tonight this little lady's going to shine

  • Tonight this little lady's going to shine

  • Annie, I can explain. Listen.

  • Annie, please talk to me.

  • Hey, guys. Great interview.

  • You were not fair, Hector.

  • - You were asking awful questions. - Yeah, they were pretty bad.

  • It wasn't me.

  • It was Eunice.

  • The guinea pigs!

  • Nick, where are they? I must take them to the animal sanctuary.

  • We've been having a lovely time, haven't we, my friends?

  • Hello. They're not here.

  • What do you mean, they're not here?

  • I mean, they're not here.

  • So where are they, Nick?

  • Everywhere?

  • I'll get it.

  • Hello.

  • Hi, Eunice.

  • Yes, Eunice.

  • OK, Eunice.

  • No, Eunice.

  • OK, Eunice. Bye, Eunice.

  • - It was Eunice! - No!

  • And after what happened today,

  • she says that I...

  • Hector!

  • Your job! She's fired you!

  • I'm so sorry, Hector.

  • It's all my fault.

  • She says that I must tell you

  • that she is so pleased with the interview,

  • she wants Channel 9 to fight against animal cruelty.