1 INT/EXT. CATHERINE’S HOUSE, CONSERVATORY. DAY 1. 17.30 1
CATHERINE’s not long in from work, she’s still in half-
uniform. She’s with CLARE. They’re both sipping tea and
(a bit embarrassed, but
she goes for it anyway)
No. No, there were no cowboys
No. Good point. That’d have been
Halifax style, so there’s just the
one sheep. And three lads off their
heads on acid.
One’s got his hand over his mouth, the other over his eyes,
one sheep) has just gone wrong, just this second. A pack of
funny as well as annoying.
3 EXT. GARDEN. DAY 1. 13.10 3
Forty minutes later.
nicked from in the first place). On the ground, between
LITTLE OLD LADY:
I managed to shoo ‘em off. The
dogs. I said “Shoo!” see, then I
got our Andrew round. And he said
to call you.
(CATHERINE takes it in.
She’s worried. She knows
chances are she’s going
to have to put this sheep
out of its misery)
Would you like some tea?
Yes. Tea. Perfect. Thank you.
feels its weight in both hands.
4 INT/EXT. CATHERINE’S HOUSE, CONSERVATORY. DAY 1. 17.32 4
CATHERINE and CLARE, as before.
They’d mauled it. The dogs had. I
had to. There was no way it was
going to survive and it was
obviously in distress.
5 EXT. GARDEN. DAY 1. 13.11 5
radio one last desperate time to SHAF.
Can you really not find me a vet?
In the whole of f[ucking]
I’ve rung seven. Your best bet is
he can get there by half four, but
he’s got wall-to-wall surgery most
of this aft.
7 INT/EXT. CATHERINE’S HOUSE, CONSERVATORY. DAY 1. 17.34 7
So...? You did it.
Well that was the plan.
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