Awen: He came back.
Aduviri: Who did?
Awen: HE did.
Aduviri: NOOOOO!!! When?
Aduviri: Did he say where he’d been? It’s been what... almost a year, no?
Awen: Yeah, almost. No of course he didn’t say where he’d been.
Aduviri: Man! What are you going to do? Are you going to let him in again.
Awen: I don’t know. There’s the other one now. He’s sulking, I don’t think he’s gone away, he’s just sulking... I think.
Aduviri: What do you mean you think? Have you even tried to get in touch with him?
Awen: A little bit.
Aduviri: A little bit. What do you mean a little bit?
Awen: I got his book out and I kind of flicked through his notes and that.
Awen: And then Alex arrived again.
Awen: Do you think I can do both of them?
Aduviri: Well... Alex isn’t just Alex is he? There’s that tall hairy one, and the other tall hairy fatter one, and the girl and his brother. I mean he doesn’t come alone.
Awen: No, I know that.
Aduviri: And then the other one (sighs)?
Awen: I think he may have stopped sulking, or he’s beginning to (nods).
Aduviri: OK (nods too).
Aduviri: But Alex is never going to go away for good is he?
Awen: No (slowly). Not till I've got him all out, no.
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