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  • This is the story of Bridget and Annie, who share a flat in London.

  • They have a neighbour, Nick.

  • Nick fancies Bridget.

  • But Annie fancies Nick.

  • That's the way it is until Bridget gets a letter from Argentina.

  • Stand by for Extra.

  • Is he stupid?

  • I told you...

  • Sorry. B.

  • Yes, John?

  • Yes, I got the cards and the flowers and the chocolates.

  • Yes. And I got the cushion as well.

  • But it's finished. Sorry.

  • But please don't leave me.

  • - Don't cry. - I love you so much.

  • Goodbye.

  • Oh, and happy birthday.

  • Ah, men!

  • Come on, Charley. Come on.

  • Post, Bridget. Charley and I have the post, haven't we, Charley?

  • Give me the post, Charley.

  • Give me the post, Charley.

  • Drop it, Charley.

  • Oh, good boy!

  • Telephone bill, gas bill, electricity bill.

  • What's this?

  • A parcel for you, Bridget.

  • Good. What is it?

  • Oh, it's from Mother.

  • 'Bridget darling, this arrived for you and I made you this.

  • 'Love, Mummy.'

  • Oh, very you, Bridget.

  • Mother!

  • Ooh, this is from Argentina.

  • Argentina? Who from? What does it say?

  • Erm, it says, 'Hello, do you remember me?'

  • No.

  • 'Seven years ago we was penpals.

  • 'We was...' We were penpals.

  • Oh, yeah, now I remember. It's Hector.

  • Who's Hector?

  • He was my penpal seven years ago.

  • Oh.

  • 'I speak English good now...'

  • I speak English good. I speak English well now...

  • '..and I am coming to England.'

  • Ooh, Latin Americans!

  • 'I would like to sleep with you.'

  • 'Do you have a bed for me?'

  • Oh, he wants to stay here.

  • But, erm, what about the rules?

  • Ooh, a Latin American here.

  • Ooh, like Ricky Martin!

  • - Tall, handsome... - Rich.

  • So, erm, when is he coming?

  • Oh, erm, let me see. It says...November 5th.

  • Oh, November 5th. But that's...

  • Today!

  • Oh, it's you, Nick.

  • Hi, babes!

  • - Hello, Nick. How are you? - Great.

  • Nice muscles.

  • - Here's your milk. - Our milk?

  • You mean our milk you borrowed three weeks ago.

  • Oh, thanks, Nick.

  • I forget nothing!

  • Would you like a drink, Nick?

  • Would you like a drink, Nick?

  • - Uh- huh? - I said, 'Would you like a drink, Nick?'

  • Oh! Sorry.

  • No, thanks.

  • Oh, erm, Bridget's friend is coming.

  • - Oh, yeah? - Uh- huh. From Argentina.

  • Wow! From Argentina!

  • - What's she like? - She is a he.

  • - Huh? - Not a girl, a boy.

  • Tough guy, eh?

  • Why don't I show you how to do it properly?

  • Nick, I've told you before, nobody uses my bike. Nobody. Is that clear?

  • - Well, why not? - Why not?

  • If you touch my bike again, you are out. O- U- T, out. Clear?

  • What?

  • I said...

  • - Hello. - Hello.

  • I am called Argentina. I am from Hector.

  • You mean, 'I am called Hector.'

  • You are called Hector?

  • Oh, no, no, no. I am called Annie.

  • I am called Annie.

  • No. She means, 'I am called Hector. I am from Argentina.'

  • You are from Argentina?

  • Come in.

  • Hello.

  • - Hi, babes! - Hello, Nick.

  • I forget nothing.

  • Nobody uses my bike. Nobody. Is that clear?

  • - Well, why not? - Why not?

  • I am called Argentina. I am from Hector.

  • My cars.

  • You play with cars?

  • Yes. You play...no.

  • I play with cars.

  • He plays with cars.

  • I read. I love the library.

  • Fascinating.

  • We go to the library too, don't we, Bridget?

  • Yes, it's great.

  • Good.

  • I live here.

  • You live in a museum, full of old things?

  • Old things? Yes, I have lots of old things.

  • I live in a museum.

  • OK, I live in a museum.

  • Well, thank you, Hector. And now we'll show you the flat.

  • This is the bedroom.

  • Thank you.

  • Who- hey!

  • Where do you sleep?

  • Er, no, you don't understand. We only have one bedroom.

  • One? I have 20.

  • 20?

  • Yes, he lives in a museum, with 20 bedrooms.

  • Oh! Very funny, 20 bedrooms.

  • Well, you can sleep here.

  • Oh, thank you.

  • - Oh, no, no, no, Hector. - Uh?

  • It's a bed.

  • A bed? Oh, wow...

  • Oh...

  • - Here's a cushion. - Oh, thank you.

  • Oh, this of course is the TV.

  • But just relax. I must go to the bathroom.

  • Psst! Annie! Bathroom!

  • Now!

  • Oh, my goodness. What are we going to do?

  • He plays with toy cars.

  • He is not a sexy Argentinian.

  • But he is sweet.

  • And he is polite.

  • But those clothes!

  • He is so old- fashioned.

  • He must go.

  • Room service.

  • Hello. Who are you?

  • - Oh. You are quick. Good. - Eh?

  • - My luggage is downstairs. - What?

  • - Bring it up, please. - What are you doing?

  • I pulled, you come. You are the butler.

  • The butler?

  • I am Nick. I live next door.

  • I am Hector.

  • Oh, Hector, from Argentina.

  • Yes, from Argentina.

  • Where are the girls?

  • - The girls? - Yeah, Bridget and Annie.

  • Oh, they live here.

  • Yeah, I know. Where's Bridget? Does she know you are here?

  • Bridget, she gave me this.

  • Hello, Nick. Oh, this is Hector from Argentina.

  • Yeah, I know.

  • - Isn't he wonderful? - Wonderful.

  • - Are you hungry? - Uh?

  • We'll buy your lunch. What would you like to eat?

  • - Fish and chips? - Oh, fish and ships!

  • Erm, Nick, Hector, make friends?

  • Nick, teach Hector some English.

  • Yeah, OK.

  • I'll teach Hector some English.

  • Oh, you are quick. Good.

  • I pulled, you come. You are the butler.

  • The butler?

  • She gave me this.

  • I'll teach Hector some English.

  • OK...this is the oven.

  • This is the oven.

  • Annie's dog sleeps in the oven.

  • Annie's dog sleeps in the oven.

  • So you say, 'Annie, the dog is in the oven.'

  • Annie, the dog is in the oven.

  • Great! Now Bridget.

  • - Oh. Oh, dear. - Huh?

  • Well, Bridget likes strong men, especially strong legs.

  • I am strong.

  • Yeah? Can you cycle 50 kilometres?

  • - Yes. - No way.

  • - Yes. - Well, go on, then, show me.

  • Yes, look.

  • Adios, amigo.

  • Ah. Bridget, Annie, lunch.

  • Fish and chips.

  • Yes, lunch, Hector.

  • Look, Bridget, 50 kilometres.

  • Oh, Annie, the dog is in the oven.

  • What?

  • Hi. Everything OK?

  • Great!

  • I am... How do you say? Erm...

  • - Dead. - Hot.

  • Hot. Yeah, I am hot. I need a...

  • - Shower. - Yeah, I need a shower.

  • - Be my guest. - Oh, thank you.

  • Right, that's it. He must go.

  • Why? He is so nice.

  • He used my bike.

  • Yeah, and he said that the dog was in the oven. What a horrible joke.

  • Where is Charley? Charley!

  • - What a bad, bad boy. - He must go.

  • - Can he stay with you, Nick? - Uh- uh. Sorry, ladies.

  • - Oh, please, Nick. You have a spare room. - No way. Not my problem.

  • - He must go now. - But he's in the shower.

  • I don't care.

  • Hector, please come out, we want to talk to you.

  • I like fish and chips, I...

  • Hector, please come out, we want to talk to you.

  • OK, one moment, please.

  • I like fish and chips...

  • Yes, you want me?

  • - We think... - We...

  • We...we have a problem.

  • It's like this.

  • Go on, then, tell him.

  • Yes, Bridget?

  • Hector, the thing is...

  • Stay there. I'll talk to him.

  • Hector, can I have a word, please?

  • Ricky Martin!

  • Hector, is this you?

  • Yes, and my parents.

  • 'The Romero family, one of the richest families in Argentina.'

  • Who are these?

  • My...

  • - Servants. - Yeah, my servants.

  • - Your cars? - Yeah, my cars.

  • Hector, you are rich.

  • Why stay here?

  • I want friends. Good friends.

  • People like you for your money?

  • That's awful.

  • Erm... Listen, keep it a secret.

  • - OK. - OK.

  • Perhaps he could stay here.

  • Yes. Poor boy.

  • Hector, come and stay with me. I have two rooms.

  • - Shut up, Nick. - Hector will stay with us, won't you, Hector?

  • Hector, come and...sit down.

  • Hector, please, call me Gigi.

  • Oh, Charley, there you are.

  • Oh, Annie, the dog is in the oven.

  • The oven?

  • Yes. Nick is a good English teacher.

  • Yes, a very good English teacher.

  • - I'd love to see your photos again. - Oh, me too.

  • Oh, your sweet toy cars!

  • They are not toys.

  • Today Hector arrives and it's Bonfire Night.

  • Let's party!

  • - What sort of music do you like? - Music?

  • Yeah, music. You know, soul, funk, dance.

  • Watch me. Like this.

  • Interesting.

  • I dance...like this.

  • I'll get it. I'll get it.

  • Hello.

  • Oh, yeah, that's great.

  • Sure. Come up.

  • - It's the landlady! - The tarantula!

  • - Quick, hide, Hector. - I'm off. I owe two weeks' rent.

  • Next time in Extra...

  • The flatmates go shopping for Hector.