Will: Long time no see. Where's Megan?
Suzie: At her dad's. Where's Ned? At his mum's for Christmas?
Will: Uh. well... Yeah. No. I should - I should probably go, shouldn't I?
Suzie: You could go pose as Santa. try and shag some carol singers.
Lindsey's mother: Are you a professional. Santa? How lovely.
Will: Right. That's it. I'm off. Thank you very much. It was great.
Fiona: Suzie has every right to express her anger, Will.
Will: Yes, and she's expressed it , and now I have a right to bugger off, so thanks a lot. Bye.
Marcus: Wait! He's my friend. I invited him. I should be able to tell him when to go home.
Foina: I haven't told Will to go, Marcus. Suzie's angry with him as she has every right to be, and she's telling him so.
Will: She's right，Marcus. Just leave it, okay?
Marcus: All he did was make up a kid for a couple of weeks. That's nothing. so what? Who cares? Kids at school do worse than that every day.
Foina: The point is , Marcus, Will left school a long time ago. He should've grown out of making people up by now.
Suzie: That' s for sure.
Marcus: It's not fair to gang up on him. He's been a lot better behaved since then. He bought me trainers, he lets me go round his house even if he doesn't want me to and he knows what kids need.
Foina: What? Expensive footwear and obscene music? Look, if there's something you really need, we can talk about it.
Marcus: No, we can't，because it's not really a discussion. It' s an argument you always win. Why don't you just tell me what to do?
Foina: Because I want you to think for yourself.
Marcus: Okay, I'm thinking for myself, and I want Will to stay. It's not like he's the only one who ever did anything wrong. Remember how we met Will? You tried...
Will: It's because you threw a bloody great loaf of bread at a duck's head and killed it,basically.
Foina: Excuse me? What's this about duck?
Lindsey's mother: Are we having duck? Delicious.