Back on Brick Lane
|Back on Brick Lane|
|Date Posted||May 23rd, 2008|
|URL|| lg15.com |
|Description|| Gavin needs help... Seriously.|
|Location(s)|| Cemetery, Brick Lane|
|YouTube Tags||KateModern LG15 lonelygirl15 Steve|
|Executive Producer(s)|| Miles Beckett and Greg Goodfried|
|Co-Executive Producer(s)|| Joanna Shields and Amanda Goodfried|
|On-Set Producer|| Louis Figgis|
|Line Producer|| Kelly Brett|
|Production Co-Ordinator|| Claire Finbow|
|Interactive Co-ordinator(s)|| Jonathan Almond|
|Production Runner(s)|| Meryl Iona Edwards|
|Director(s)|| Yusuf Pirhasan|
|Head Writer|| Luke Hyams|
|Vidplay|| Neil Mossey|
|Story|| Luke Hyams, Neil Mossey, and Lawrence Tallis|
|Editor(s)|| John Palmer|
|Jennifer||Hannah Templeton Cox|
|Previous||"The Naked Truth"|
|Next|| "Skittle Yourself"|
|Next by Steve|| "Five's a Crowd"|
|Directly before||"KateModern S2 Week 19 Recap"|
(Charlie walks slowly to the cemetery gate, looking at her mobile. She the gate and walks inside. She looks nervously at Steve and wanders around.)
Charlie: Gav? Gav! We've come to see you! Gav, are you here? (Turns to the camera.) We're worried about you and... It's just, I- I just hope I didn't upset you. (Steve places his hand on Charlie's shoulder and the camera zooms out to both of them.) We just want to- we just want to make- both of us just want to make sure you're OK.
(Charlie turns and walks past the graves. Steve looks around as a crow caws overhead. Cut to Steve following Charlie through the cemetery)
Charlie: We think- you know, maybe we could- we could get you some help. Like some- some proper treatment, someone to look after you properly.
(Charlie frowns and turns away from the camera. Steve looks at the camera and follows Charlie through the cemetary as Jeremy films the headstones.)
(Charlie stops and the camera zooms in to find Gavin crouched behind a bush. He comes out nervously and glares at the camera.)
Gavin: Oh, and the knob-squad. I didn- I didn't want...
(Charlie takes Gavin's hands.)
Gavin: I don- I want this to be something for me and you. I didn't want them here s-screwing it up. I've got something really important to show you.
Charlie: I know. I know. It's Okay. I can tell it's important to you, but I can't go anywhere without these guys.
Gavin: Okay, well- Okay, we'll bring them along. You guys have probably got something you want to say to Kate as well.
(Gavin hurries off, pulling Charlie along behind him. Steve looks confused and turns to the camera. Cut to Jeremy and Steve following after Gavin and Charlie. Cut to Gavin standing in an alleyway, checking his watch.)
Gavin: Any time now. Any time now. (Jennifer emerges on the other side of the street.) There she is!
(Gavin chases Jennifer and Charlie and Steve rush after him.)
Charlie: Oh, my God!
Gavin: Kate! Oi! Come here!
Charlie: No, Gavin!
Gavin: Oi, come here!
Charlie: Gavin! Gav-Gavin!
(Charlie and Steve round the street corner to find Gavin has knocked Jennifer over.)
Jennifer: Get off me! Get off me!
(Jennifer knees Gavin in the groin. He rolls off, grunting with pain.)
Gavin: Ow, ow ow!
(Jennifer gets to her feet.)
Charlie: Oh my God! I'm sorry! I'm so sorry! Really sorry! I'm so sorry!
Jennifer: Don't touch me! Who the hell do you think you are?
Gavin: Stop it!
Jennifer: Police! Police!
(Jennifer runs off.)
Charlie: Just a friend that d-
Gavin: Oh, I was sure that was Kate!
(Charlie goes over to where Gavin is lying.)
Gavin: I'm sure that was Kate! (Begins crying.) Oh, Kate! Oh, Genevieve!
Charlie: Come here.
(Steve and Charlie help Gavin to his feet. Gavin coughs and splutters.)
Charlie: Come here. All right, come on.
Gavin: I'm sure that was her, Charlie.
Charlie: Come on.
(Charlie hugs Gavin as he sobs.)
Gavin: I'm sure it was! Help me, Charlie!
Charlie: It's okay. We're gonna get you some help. It's okay!
Gavin: I don't know what's wrong!
Charlie: It's okay, it's okay.
(Gavin sobs and hugs Charlie tighter. Steve looks awkwardly at the camera.)
- After this video was released, Charlie said this on Bebo:
- It is evident that Gavin has not changed clothes, judging by the stains appearing on his shirt, most noticeably around his collar.