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One Flew Out of the Cuckoo's Nest 

Nick and Ben reach a turning point. Michael tries to buff up.

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Whilst Michael tries to get into shape to impress a girl called Julia Nick tries his father's patience to the ultimate when he breaks and sells his record collection. To Susan's dismay Ben orders Nick out of the house, telling him it is high time he got a place of his own - which he does. But it is only around the corner and he still seeks financial help, in addition to getting work at Ben's local pub. Written by don @ minifie-1

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12 December 2002 (UK)  »

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[first lines]
Susan: I've made you a cup of tea.
Ben: Ah, thank you.
[pause]
Ben: Hang on, there's something wrong.
Susan: Why am I not surprised?
Ben: I've got my favorite spot on the couch; you've made me a cup of tea; I didn't fight to get the remote, and there's a Jammie Dodger left.
Susan: Oh, really?
[Susan takes the Jammie Dodger]
Ben: Good. That's lovely. Things are back to normal.
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