Three And Out


That's so you ain't even got a chance.

Yeah. Never mind, mate. Another time, eh.

Oh, it's you... Landlord was here today.

He was looking for you. Again.

- Says you owe him two months' rent.

- I've got it right here.

Whoa! Don't shoot the messenger.

I don't care whether you pay him or not.

Hey... Do you want to come up?

Er... No, thanks. I've got some work to do.

Well, if you change your mind...

- The rule, man, the rule.

- Ten years' wages.

Three is the charm. It's three...

... and out.

You hit three people in a month,

they retire you, 'cause they reckon

you can't deal with it up top.

- Three...

- ... and out.

- Capital...

- ... 95.8.

It's been a London landmark

for over a hundred years,

but after a rise in fatalities

the bridge in Holborn

is gaining a reputation for copycat incidents.

Now the authorities are increasingly

concerned about the rising suicide rate.

- Ten great songs.

- London's music station.

Are you feeling tired, stressed

or do you need a break?

With Special Places...

Fuckin' hell.

Yeah, hi, erm... I was wondering...

I've got some time on my hands

and I thought maybe I could...

you know, volunteer,

do the odd afternoon or... whatever.

A training course? Oh, right.

I couldn't just drop in and...


Oh, right. Information pack?

No, no, I'm fine.

No, I've changed my mind. Bye.

Excuse me, sir.

Erm... you're obviously on your last legs.

I was wondering...

I'm gonna find ya

I'm gonna getcha, getcha, getcha, getcha

One way or another

I'm gonna win ya

I'm gonna getcha, getcha, getcha, getcha

One way or another

I'm gonna see ya

I wanna meet ya, meet ya, meet ya, meet ya

One day, maybe next week

I'm gonna meet ya

I'm gonna meet ya, I'll meet ya

I will drive past your house...

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