The Cafe

Synopsis: A café in Weston-super-Mare run by generational trio Mary (June Watson), Carol (Ellie Haddington) and Sarah (Michelle Terry).
Genre: Comedy


Five will get 1.40 back.

Here you go.

Say it.

- A small coffee with hazelnut syrup.

What kind of muffins are they?

- Apple Cherry, wheat and banana walnut.

No blueberries?

- No, sorry. We do not.

No cranberry or something?

Only apple cherry, whole

and banana-walnut. That is delicious.

I'm allergic to nuts.

- Then the choice: Apple Cherry or wholemeal.

Make it apple cherry.

- Good.

I do not know whether in the hazelnut syrup

are also nuts.

Hazelnut is okay.

I do not want anaphylactic shock


Because then I have a hole in your windpipe

and a straw in stabbing.

Four dollars.

Inspector Brian.

A large americano.

Make it a double espresso.

- Just a little extra caffeine.

It was a tough night.

Oh yeah? Much ado?

- Yes. Home.

Home? Do you mean ...

- The baby.

We try to wean her,

So she kept us awake.

I was already worried

when you spoke of fuss at home.

Have you even seen my cousin?

- Tommy? No, not today.

Tell him to call me.

I'm a bit worried.

Yes, I know what you mean.

He does not look good.

I put a note down for Claire

for if I am not there.

We would have to have uniforms.


- They have them too. Why not us?

Then they would know who we are.

- They know already, Smitty.

They know everything about us.

Except how we should tackle.

Because we are smarter than they are.

But they look better.

It is not.

Since you have a point.

- I'm good.

You do not look good, Smitty.

You look like a crook from a suburb

which itself is tough.

You look like a dork.

I'm out.

- Yes, go even earn money for me.

Why do you belittle people so?

Do you feel smarter than the rest?

You have so many people know, Kelly,

because you always look to Oprah.

But I have a suggestion.

If you do not like my behavior,

there is the hole in the door.

And if you really have enough of me,

You can go to the apartment ...

Bring all your stuff

and the key behind.

What are you still cozy.

There is bubbling slightly.

Something strong and black.

The aroma of West Philadelphia ...

permeated the cultures and classes

that converge here.

A bittersweet blend house

of gentrification and ghetto.

A touch of hippie to cool,

a lick of elite university for the taste.

It has a bitter aftertaste.

It allows the blood to your head.

Surprised you ask for another cup

The neighborhood watches and waits.

A coffee cup to her lips trembling.


Hi, Craig.

Who are you?

- I am Elly.

Hi, Elly. What are you doing on my computer?

- I wanted to tell you something.

Do you know what an avatar is?

- Yes, a puppet on your computer.

And when I say

that you're an avatar?


- Suppose that your world is not real.

This would be quite strange.

- Yes.

How old are you?

There is no time,

so that I can not say.

Where is here?

- In my room.

Where is it?

Hello? In what state are you?

In 'n state of endless possibilities

and infinite dimensions.

Hey, I'm trying to tell you something.

I know it sounds strange.

I can not easier,

but everything will be okay.

Says someone else sometimes?

- No, there is nobody else.

Nobody at all.

That what I mean.

You are alone. Are you okay?

- Sure.

Have you been kidnapped? I can help.

Tell me where you are.

You know why I have chosen you?

You're pretty and you have plenty of imagination.

How do you know my name?

- I made you, Craig.

You and everything you see around you.

So that's out.

I know you see me now going to close

and then your nose gets itchy.

Can I have a cup of coffee?

Are you okay?

- Yes, I have only poppy seeds in my throat.

You do not look good.

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