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  • This is the story of two girls who share a flat in London.

  • They have a neighbour, Nick,

  • who likes Bridget.

  • But Annie likes Nick.

  • That is until Hector arrives from Argentina,

  • and Hector is very, very handsome.

  • Stand by for Extra.

  • Oh. Argentinian.

  • Maybe...

  • Hector, please,

  • call me Gigi.

  • 'Oh, Hector, call me Gigi.'

  • - A. - Is Hector still asleep?

  • Yep.

  • Hector, wakey- wakey.

  • Come on. Rise and shine.

  • Sweet.

  • Good morning.

  • Oh, good morning.

  • No, no, no. Good morning.

  • - Ah- ah- ah. - Oh.

  • Good morning.

  • Ah- ah- ah.

  • No, Hector.

  • - I have a cold. - And so have I.

  • Oh, you have a cold, Bridget.

  • Yes, I have a cold.

  • Yes. We have a cold.

  • So let's begin again.

  • Good morning.

  • Good morning.

  • Oh, never mind.

  • Hector, would you like some...

  • new pyjamas?

  • Hector, please excuse me for a moment.

  • Pssst. Annie. Bathroom.

  • Now.

  • - Good morning. - Good morning.

  • Is it fancy dress?

  • Fancy dress?

  • Yes.

  • Oh. Nice.

  • Hey.

  • Nice car, eh?

  • I have this car at home.

  • Wow. You have this car at home?

  • Girls must love you.

  • Girls?

  • - No. - No?

  • Hector, can I tell you something?

  • OK.

  • The car looks good.

  • Yeah?

  • So you must look good too.

  • - I look good. - No.

  • You don't look good.

  • But I can help.

  • OK.

  • OK.

  • Yes.

  • - Hector's clothes are awful. - They're so old- fashioned.

  • I know. I'll take him shopping.

  • But, Bridget, you are so busy. I'll take him shopping.

  • - No, it's all right, I'll take him shopping. - It's no problem, I'll take him.

  • I said I'll take him shopping!

  • You need...

  • You need a...

  • Well, hi, babe.

  • - Oh, it's you, Nick. - Oh, hi, Nick.

  • Hector has asked me what clothes to wear.

  • Yeah, right.

  • You need a look

  • like on a fast bike.

  • No, no, no, Hector, don't listen to Nick.

  • - Listen to me. - OK.

  • You need a designer look.

  • No, no, no, Hector, that's not for you.

  • You need,

  • you need...a cowboy look.

  • - No, no. A leather jacket. - A bandanna and a vest.

  • A denim shirt.

  • - A motorbike. - Designer.

  • Cowboy.

  • Stop.

  • OK.

  • I will go shopping.

  • - What? - On your own?

  • But...you need us.

  • How? What will you say?

  • Er...

  • It's OK. Leave it to me.

  • I am the shopkeeper, you are the customer.

  • - Uh? - This is a shop.

  • - I sell, you buy. - Oh, OK.

  • Ding- dong.

  • Good morning.

  • Good morning.

  • Can I help you?

  • Yes. I...

  • I would like...

  • Oh. I would like...

  • a jacket, please.

  • Trousers.

  • I would like a pair of trousers, please.

  • Oh, I would like a pair of trousers, please.

  • And...

  • a shirt.

  • No.

  • Shoes.

  • I would like a pair of shoes, please.

  • I would like a pair of shoes, please.

  • And a cat for my head.

  • I think you mean a hat.

  • This is a cat.

  • A cat? A cat for my head.

  • A cat for my head!

  • Hector. Come shopping with me.

  • - Or me. - No, me.

  • - He's my pen friend. - All right.

  • Me, you and you will go shopping for Hector a little bit each.

  • I will go to the shoe shop.

  • And I will go to the clothes shop.

  • No, I'll go to the clothes shop.

  • OK. I'll just buy the shirt.

  • I'll buy the trousers.

  • Good.

  • Good.

  • Right. Let's go.

  • Oh, no. I completely forgot.

  • We need eggs, lemons and dog food.

  • Oh, it's all right. I'll do it online later.

  • 'Eggs, lemons, dog food.'

  • Oh, well done, Hector.

  • Bye, Hector. Oh, and don't answer the phone. It might be the tarantula.

  • OK.

  • Bye, Hector. Be good.

  • And if you can't be good, be careful.

  • - Huh? - Never mind.

  • ..new pyjamas.

  • I'll take him shopping.

  • Me, you and you will go shopping for Hector a little bit each.

  • You need a cowboy look.

  • You need a look like on a fast bike.

  • Good morning, sir.

  • I would like...

  • a cat for my head!

  • A cat...

  • Oh. Room service.

  • Hello. I would like an egg for my head.

  • Lemons for my head!

  • - Dog food for my head! - Who's that?

  • The tarantula!

  • I said, 'Who's that?'

  • - Hello? - Where's Bridget?

  • Er... Where is Bridget?

  • Me.

  • I am Bridget.

  • I don't believe you.

  • Yes, I have a cold.

  • - Atchoo! Atchoo! - Oh, I'm sorry.

  • Oh, thank you. Atchoo!

  • Charley!

  • Is that a dog?

  • No, no, it's not a dog, it's a...

  • Annie. Yes.

  • Annie has a cold also.

  • Oh, poor Annie.

  • Thank you. Atchoo. Now goodbye.

  • Atchoo! Atchoo!

  • Ole.

  • I am Hector.

  • I speak English.

  • 'Eggs, lemons, dog food.

  • 'Eggs, lemons, dog food.'

  • Oh, hi. Good afternoon, Annie.

  • Good afternoon, Hector.

  • I bought this for you.

  • What is it?

  • Try it on.

  • Try...

  • it...

  • on.

  • Try...

  • it...

  • on.

  • Oh. Try it on.

  • - Where's Hector? - In the bathroom.

  • Good. I'll give this to him.

  • - It's OK, I'll give it to him. - No, it's all right.

  • Hector.

  • Hector.

  • I've got something for you.

  • Oh. OK.

  • Come in.

  • Spoilsport.

  • Hector?

  • Hector?

  • - Hello? - Here are your clothes.

  • You will look so cool.

  • - Cool? - Cool.

  • Cool.

  • Nice melons.

  • Melons? Who are those from?

  • I think Hector has been shopping online.

  • I'm really thirsty. I need a drink.

  • - But we don't need any melons. - Well, he did try.

  • And he bought some eggs.

  • Yeah.

  • Just a few.

  • Nice melons.

  • Just a few.

  • Thank you.

  • Try...

  • it...

  • on.

  • I've got something for you.

  • So how did Hector do the shopping?

  • Hector ordered ten melons instead of ten lemons.

  • Oh, an easy mistake. He did try.

  • Yes, he did try.

  • - What about the eggs? - OK. Eggs.

  • You buy a dozen eggs, yeah?

  • Yep. A dozen is ten.

  • A dozen is 12, stupid.

  • I know.

  • Well, Hector has put the number 12 here.

  • Well, that's OK. That's one box.

  • No. He ordered 12 boxes.

  • 144.

  • Now...dog food.

  • I can't wait.

  • OK. I'm ready.

  • - We're ready. - Enter.

  • Do you like it?

  • Well?

  • Er... I like the shirt.

  • - I like the sarong. - I like the shoes.

  • So...

  • am I cool?

  • Erm...

  • No.

  • I'm not cool.

  • Er...no.

  • So...I will go shopping.

  • Here we go again. Hector.

  • You can't go out there on your own. You went shopping on the Internet.

  • Yes.

  • Your ordered melons instead of lemons and too many eggs.

  • - Have you ever been to a supermarket? - No.

  • My...

  • Who are these?

  • My...

  • - Servants? - Yeah. My servants.

  • - Servants. Now I understand. - Come on, Hector.

  • - I will teach you how to shop, Hector. - Till you drop.

  • Bridget and I will be the shopkeepers.

  • And you are our customer.

  • OK.

  • - Good afternoon. - Good afternoon.

  • Can I help you, sir?

  • What would you like to buy?

  • Oh. I would like some...

  • Clothes.

  • Yes. I would like some clothes, please.

  • What size?

  • What erm, erm...

  • size?

  • I don't know.

  • I'll have to measure you, then.

  • Arms up, please.

  • Arms up, please.

  • Arms up, please.

  • Chest.

  • 112 centimetres.

  • Chest, 112 centimetres.

  • And waist.

  • 82 centimetres.

  • Waist.

  • 82 centimetres.

  • And leg.

  • - I'll do that! - No, it's OK.