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Bridget (reading email message):
‘Gigi!!
Did you get my message?
Please call me.
Love, John.
P.S: Did you get the flowers?’

Bridget:
Is he stupid?!
(Writes email)
‘I told you last night, it’s finished.
Sorry. B.
(And don’t call me GIGI.)’

John (on phone):
But please don’t leave me.

Bridget:
Don’t cry.
Oh, goodbye.
Oh and happy birthday!
Aah, men!

Annie:
Come on Charley, come on.
Post, Bridget.
Charley and I have the post, haven’t we Charley.

Bridget:
Give me the post, Charley. (Dog growls)
Give me the post, Charley.

Annie:
Drop it, Charley.
Oh, good boy!
Oh, telephone bill, gas bill, electricity bill.
Oh.
Ah, what’s this?
Mmm, a parcel for you, Bridget.

Bridget:
Oh, good.
What is it?
Oh, it’s from mother.

Annie:
Oh, ‘Bridget darling, this arrived for you and I made you this. Love Mummy.’
Oh, ho-ho, oh very you, Bridget!

Bridget:
Mother!
Ooh, this is from Argentina.

Annie:
Argentina. Who from? What does it say?

Bridget:
(Erm), it says ‘Hello, do you remember me?’
No.
‘Seven years ago we was pen pals.’
‘We was’ — we were pen pals.
Oh yeah, now I remember, it’s Hector!

Annie:
Who’s Hector?

Bridget:
He was my pen pal seven years ago.

Annie:
Oh.

Bridget:
‘I speak English good now.’ I speak English good.
I speak English well now – ‘and I am coming to England.’

Annie:
Oh, Latin Americans!

Bridget:
‘I would like to sleep with you. Do you have a bed for me?’
Oh, he wants to stay here! (Oh). Ah, ha, ha.

Annie:
But (Erm) what about the rules?

Annie:
Ooh, a Latin American here, ooh, like Ricky Martin!
Tall, handsome, rich!
So (erm) when is he coming?

Bridget:
Oh (erm) let me see.
It says ‘November 5th.’

Annie:
Oh, November 5th.
But that’s …

Bridget:
… Today!

(Sound of knocking on door)

Bridget and Annie:
Aaaah!!!

Bridget:
Oh, oh it’s you Nick!

Nick:
Hi, babes!

Annie:
Hello Nick.
How are you?

Nick:
Gr-eat.
Nice muscles.
Here’s your milk.

Bridget:
Our milk.
You mean our milk you borrowed three weeks ago.

Annie:
Oh, thanks Nick.

Nick:
(Speaking in a mock Italian accent)
I forget nothing!

Annie:
Would you like a drink, Nick?
Would you like a drink, Nick?

(Telephone rings)

Nick:
Uhh.

Annie:
I said, would you like a drink, Nick?

Nick:
Oh!
Sorry.
No thanks.

Annie:
Oh, erm, Bridget’s friend is coming.

Nick:
Oh yeah.

Annie:
Aha.
From Argentina.

Nick:
Wow!
From Argentina!
What’s she like?

Annie:
She is a he!

Nick:
Huh?

Annie:
Not a girl, a boy.

Nick:
Oh.
Tough guy, ay!
Why don’t I show you how to do it properly!

Bridget:
Nick, I’ve told you before, nobody uses my bike, nobody, is that clear?

Nick:
Why not?

Bridget:
Why not?!!
If you touch my bike again, you are out — O-U-T, out. Clear?!

Nick:
What?

(Sound of door slamming)

(Sound of knocking on door)

Bridget:
I said …

Hector:
Hello.

Annie:
Hello.

Hector:
I am called Argentina.
I am from Hector.

Annie:
You mean ‘I am called Hector.’

Hector:
You are called Hector?

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

Hector:
I am called Annie.

Bridget:
No! She means ‘I am called Hector, I am from Argentina.’

Hector:
You are from Argentina!

Bridget:
Oh, come in!

Annie (sending email):
‘Hi Nadia.
Bridget’s pen pal arrived this morning.’

Hector:
Hello.

Annie (sending email):
‘He is, mmm, strange.’

Nick:
Hi babes!

Annie:
Hello Nick!
(sending email) ‘Oh and Nick from next door is so funny!
He brought our milk back from three weeks ago.’

Nick:
I forget nothing!

Bridget (sending email):
‘Chrissy! Nick is so stupid, he touched my bike.
Men!’

Bridget:
Nobody uses my bike, nobody, is that clear?

Nick:
Why not!

Bridget:
Why not?!!

Bridget (sending email):
‘Also, Hector is here from Argentina.
His English is not very good.’

Hector:
I am called Argentina.
I am from Hector.

Hector:
These are my cars.

Bridget:
You play with cars?!

Hector:
Yes, you play, no?
I play with cars.

Bridget:
He plays with cars!

Hector:
I read.
I love the library.

Bridget:
Fascinating!

Annie:
We go to the library too, don’t we, Bridget.

Bridget:
Yes, it’s great!

Hector:
Good.
I live here.

Bridget:
You live in a museum, full of old things?

Hector:
Old things.
Yes, I have lots of old things.
I live in a museum.
OK, I live in a museum.

Annie:
Well, thank you Hector and now we’ll show you the flat.

Bridget:
This is the bedroom.

Hector:
Thank you.
Who-hey!!
Where do you sleep?

Bridget:
[Erm] no you don’t understand, we only have one bedroom.

Hector:
One?
I have twenty.

Annie:
Twenty?

Bridget:
Yes, he lives in a museum, with twenty bedrooms.

Annie:
Oh! Ha-ha-ha, very funny, ha, twenty bedrooms!

(Laughter)

Bridget:
Well, you can sleep here.

Hector:
Oh, thank you.

Annie:
Oh, no, no, no, Hector!
It’s a bed.

Hector:
A bed?
Ah, oh …

Bridget:
Here’s a cushion.

Hector:
Oh, thank you.

Annie:
Oh, this of course is the TV.

Bridget:
But just relax, I must go to the bathroom.
Psst! Annie! Bathroom!!
Now!!

Bridget:
Oh my goodness, what are we going to do?
He plays with toy cars!

Annie:
He is not a sexy Argentinian.
Mm, but he is sweet.

Bridget:
And he is polite.

Bridget and Annie:
But those clothes!

Annie:
Oh, he is so old-fashioned.

Bridget:
Mm, he must go.

Hector:
Room service.

Nick:
Hello.
Who are you?

Hector:
Oh, you who are quick, good.

Nick:
Ay?

Hector:
My luggage is downstairs.

Nick:
What?

Hector:
Bring it up, please.

Nick:
What are you doing?

Hector:
I pulled, you come, you are the butler.

Nick:
The butler?!
I am Nick, I live next door.

Hector:
Oh, I, … I am Hector.

Nick:
Oh, Hector, from Argentina.

Hector:
Yes, from Argentina!

Nick:
Where are the girls?

Hector:
The girls?

Nick:
Yeah, Bridget and Annie.

Hector:
Oh they live here.

Nick:
Yeah, I know.
Where’s Bridget?
Does she know you are here?

Hector:
Bridget, she gave me this.

Nick:
Oh.

Annie:
Hello Nick!
Oh, this is Hector from Argentina.

Nick:
Yeah, I know.

Bridget:
Isn’t he wonderful!

Nick:
Wonderful.

Bridget:
Are you hungry?

Hector:
Uh?

Bridget:
We’ll buy your lunch.
What would you like to eat?
Fish and chips?

Hector:
Oh, fish and ships!!
(Laughs)

ANNIE
(Erm) Nick, Hector, make friends.

Bridget:
Nick, teach Hector some English.

Nick:
Yeah, OK, I’ll teach Hector some English.

Nick (sending email):
‘Yo Dan! How’s it going?!
The chicks in the apartment opposite have a visitor, Hector from Argentina.’

Hector:
Oh, you who are quick, good.

Nick (sending email):
‘He can’t speak English.
Man! He thought I was the butler!’

Hector:
I pulled, you come.
You are the butler.

Nick:
Ha, the butler.
(sending email) ‘And even worse, I think he fancies Bridget.’

Hector:
She gave me this.

Nick (sending email):
‘The girls have gone out, so I will teach him to speak English!’

Nick:
I’ll teach Hector some English.

Nick (sending email):
‘See what I mean?
Stay cool. N.
P.S. Big decision. Today I joined an acting agency.
Brad Pitt is history!’

Nick:
OK, this is the oven.

Hector:
This is the ov-en.

Nick:
Annie’s dog sleeps in the oven.

Hector:
Annie’s dog sleeps in the oven.

Nick:
So you say “Annie! The dog is in the oven!”

Hector:
Annie, the dog is in the oven!

Nick:
Gr-eat!
Now, Bridget.
Oh, oh dear.
Well Bridget likes strong men, especially strong legs.

Hector:
Well I am strong.

Nick:
Yeah?
Can you cycle fifty kilometres?

Hector:
Yes.

Nick:
No way!

Hector:
Yes.

Nick:
Well go on then, show me.

Hector:
Yes, look!

Nick:
Adios, Amigo!

Hector:
Ah, Bridget, Annie, lunch!
Fish and chips! [Laughs]

Annie:
Yes, lunch, Hector.

Hector:
Look Bridget, fifty kilometres.
Oh, Annie, the dog is in the ov-en.

Annie:
What?
Oh!

Nick:
Hi, everything OK?
Gr-eat!

Hector:
Pouf!
I am, how do you say?

Bridget:
Dead!

Nick:
Hot.

Hector:
Hot.
Yeah, I am hot, I need a ..

Nick:
… Shower.

Hector:
Yeah, I need a shower.

Bridget:
Be my guest!

Hector:
Oh, thank you.

Bridget:
Right, that’s it!
He must go!

Nick:
Why?
He is so nice.

Bridget:
He used my bike!

Nick:
Oh!

Annie:
Yeah, and he said that the dog was in the oven!
What a horrible joke!
Where is Charley?
Charley!

Nick:
What a bad, bad boy.

Bridget:
He must go!

Annie:
Can he stay with you, Nick?

Nick:
Ah-ah, sorry ladies.

Annie:
Oh please Nick, you have a spare room.

Nick:
No way, not my problem.

Bridget:
He must go now!

Annie:
But he’s in the shower.

Bridget:
I don’t care!

(Sound of knocking on door)

Bridget:
Hector, please come out, we want to talk to you.

Hector:
(Sings in shower)
I like fish and ships, I …

(Sound of knocking on door)

Bridget:
Hector, please come out, we want to talk to you.

Hector:
OK, one moment please!
I like fish and chips!
Yes, you want me.

Bridget:
We think we …

Annie:
… We, we, we have a problem.

Bridget:
It’s like this.

Nick:
Go on then, tell him.

Hector:
Yes, Bridget.

Bridget:
Hector, the thing is …

Nick:
Stay there, I’ll talk to him.
Hector, can I have a word please?

Hector:
Oh …

(Sound of door being slammed)

Bridget and Annie:
Ricky Martin!

Nick:
Hector, is this you?

Hector:
Yes, and my parents.

Nick:
The Romero family.
One of the richest families in Argentina.
Who are these?

Hector:
My …

Nick:
… Servants.

Hector:
Yeah, my servants.

Nick:
Your cars?

Hector:
Yeah, my cars.

Nick:
Hector, you are rich!
Why stay here?

Hector:
I want friends, good friends.

Nick:
People like you for your money?
That’s awful!
[Erm] listen, keep it a secret. Sshh.

HECTOR
OK!

Bridget:
Perhaps he could stay here.

Annie:
Yes – poor boy

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

Bridget:
Shut up, Nick.

Annie:
Hector will stay with us, won’t you, Hector.

Bridget:
Hector, come and – sit down.
Hector please, call me Gigi!

Annie:
Oh, Charley, there you are.

Hector:
Oh Annie, the dog is in the ov-en.

Annie:
The oven?

Hector:
Yes, Nick is a good English teacher.

Bridget:
Yes, a very good English teacher!
I’d love to see your photos again.

Annie:
Oh, me too!

Bridget:
Oh, your sweet toy cars!

Nick:
They are not toys!

Bridget:
Today Hector arrives and it’s Bonfire Night.
Let’s party!
What sort of music do you like?

Hector:
Music?

Nick:
Yeah, music, you know, soul, funk, dance.
Watch me, like this.

Hector:
Interesting.
I dance – like this. [Oh!].

(Intercom buzzing noise)

Annie:
I’ll get it, I’ll get it.
Hello.
Oh, yeah, that’s great, sure, come up.
It’s the landlady!

Nick:
The tarantula!

Bridget:
Quick, hide, Hector.

Nick:
I’m off, I owe two week’s rent!

(Dog barks)

Bridget and Annie:
Aaah!!

COMMENTARY [v.o.]
Next time in EXTRA – the flat mates go shopping for Hector.
Hector goes shopping for the girls.
But what happens when Hector goes shopping for himself?
EXTRA – don’t miss it!

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