Will: The date was a SPAT picnic in Regent's Park. with everyone bringing their kids. Sadly. Ned couldn't be there. His mum had called and picked him up at the last second.
Suzie: What a shame.
Suzie: I'm sorry. Well. would you...
Will: Okay. Got it. Got it.
Suzie: This is Megan. by the way.
Will: Aha. Hello. Megan.
Suzie: Oh. a friend of mine from SPAT isn't feeling so great. so I said that we'd take her kid to the picnic too. Is that all right?
Will: Yeah. Yeah. The more, the merrier.
Suzie：Come on, slowcoach!
Marcus: I hated that SPAT a lot , I mean, mum' s friend Suzie was fine. But now there was also that Wally who wanted to get off with her.
Suzie: Marcus , Will. Will, Marcus.
Will: Hi, there. Right. Pile in, everyone. Ho-ho-look what a mess Ned made of the car seat. What a shame he can' t come.
Suzie: So, uh, what do you do, Will?
Will: Me? Well , um... But there were already too many lies to keep track of, so I told the truth. Nothing.
Suzie: Oh, well, before, then.
Will: You mean , before I did nothing?
Will: I did nothing.
Suzie: So you' ve never worked?
Will: Well, I've done the odd day here and there, but... no. Crazy, isn' t it?
Suzie: It's. uh...
Will: Yeah. Brilliant. Oh. God. I was gonna have to tell her. No. well. what happened, in fact. was that my dad wrote a song in. um. 1958. And it's quite a famous song. and I basically live off the royalties.
Marcus: You know Michael Jackson? He rnakes a million pounds a minute. That's 60 million pounds an hour.
Will: Well. I don't make a million pounds a minute. Nothing like. sadly.
Marcus: How much?
Will: I was beginning to wonder if we were gonna be stuck with this kid all day.
Suzie: So what' s this song. then? Well. if you can live off it. we must' ve heard of it.
Will: It's，um, "Santa' s Super Sleigh. " Oh , God, please don't sing it.
Suzie and Marcus: (singing) Look who' s coming round the bend. It's Santa and his reindeer friends. With a ho-ho-ho and a hey-hey-hey. It's Santa' s super sleigh.
Suzie: I expect people do that all the time.
Will: Oh, no, I think you two are the first.
Suzie: Sorry. I don' t understand. How does that make you money? Do carol singers pay you ten percent?
Will: They should , yeah , but you can' t always catch the little bastards. So how often do you look after Marcus?
Suzie: Oh, every once a while. His mum's a little off-color sometimes.
Marcus: You call it off-color, I call it nuts.
Suzie: Oh, she's not nuts, Marcus. She just needs a weekend taking it easy. Look , we are gonna have a nice picnic, and when you get home, she's gonna be rested up and ready to go.