Party Animals (UK)

Season 1 Episode 5

Episode 5

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Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Feb 28, 2007 on BBC Two
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Jo is in trouble when an Asian teenager stabs his white cellmate to death in a New Labour Youth Offender's Detention Centre. This leads to a conflict of morals for Danny, he has to help Jo out, but can he really slander a dead man? Meanwhile, Kirsty and Scott cannot be civil as both try desperately to hide the truth from Danny. The Conservative Winter Ball also provides a venue for several meetings and Ashika gains a powerful weapon against George, but will she use it?moreless

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    Sam Hoare

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      • Ashika: I know you disapprove George, of how I was selected.
        George: Oh please. The A-List is a stinker of an idea. Bad for the party, bad for unity. As for fair and unfair ways of being selected, when did that start? It's a greasy pole. A certain amount of grease is needed.

      • Lord Blakely: (Watching James dance with his wife, Caroline) That's a lovely sight. After all these years still as devoted as ever…A man and his meal-ticket.

      • Danny: (Reading from the internet) Oh no. "Lobbyist about town Scott Foster known for his high-level New Labour connections was spotted up close and personal with more than one New Tory at the Conservative Winter Ball". No wonder he doesn't like himself.

      • James: So, Scott, you're going to be a regular fixture at Tory dos from now on?
        Scott: No, uh, one off. I bought a particularly long spoon.


      • Scott: Could I just be clear on something?
        Kirsty: Oh would you fuck off with your clarity. Sleeping with you was a bad drug-induced decision, ok/ you needn't worry because I would need something stronger than coke to come anywhere near a phallus substance-free empty shell like you again.
        Scott: Cheers. I was ringing about Danny actually.
        Kirsty: You know at least Danny believes in something. You can just -
        Scott: Can you not tell him about that night?
        Kirsty: Yeah I'm going to go in there and boast about you.
        Scott: Please.
        Kirsty: Jesus I should as well!
        Scott: Do you think I have no beliefs?
        Kirsty: Self-pity? Great. That is such a rare quality in a man.

      • Sophie: So how are you fixed for stimulating nights out?
        Scott: I'm sure I could make space.
        Sophie: Conservative Winter Ball?
        Scott: Maybe not.
        Sophie: Don't be so partisan! You're thinking posh objectionable boys and their fat sisters, aren't you?
        Scott: Yeah.
        Sophie: Well think posh objectionable young men and their model wives.

      • James: (Referring to George) I hope the shit gets hit by lightening.
        Ashika: He's not that bad.
        James: Really? You should hear him on the subject of your selection or on ethnic minorities. Let me tell you something about George. George will act like your friend right up to the point he realises you're a threat.

      • Stephen: Charm the socks off a whole new generation of Conservative high-flyers did you? Well that's presuming you stopped at the socks. I'm almost decided on Tom Merchant by the way for that job.
        Scott: The landmines guy?
        Stephen: Oh don't worry. He's no threat. Particularly now your mobile runneth over with the right Tory numbers.
        Scott: Is that why I'm here, cause I know the right Tories? I thought it was because I know whether your favourite candidate has the right shoes.
        Stephen: Scott you're a valued member of this organisation….did he have the right shoes?
        Scott: No. Campers. Absolute disaster. That's not my point.

      • Lord Blakely: I'm presuming that he [James] is a friend.
        Ashika Yeah, we get on.
        Lord Blakely: Ah yes. There was a spot of fear and trembling at the introductions. World collide, ey? Nowadays that sort of thins isn't a problem, not for the men. Women still tend top get cast as homewreckers or laughing stocks. Never does much for their prospects. Seems terribly unfair.

      • Scott: Why do you think I held on this long? For the expense account, so I could meet people from drugs companies and Tories?
        Stephen: Listen to me Scott.
        Scott: Why should I listen to you? Why should I do that? Every time I think you're going to say something real you trod out another mission statement. I want to make a difference Stephen. Is that an alien concept to you?
        Stephen: We all want to make a difference.
        Scott: Yeah I want to make a positive difference. I actually don't like landmines or torturing bears or Russians who like to have their nearest competition killed. If I mislead you on that I apologise. You know I think you should keep interviewing – I think another vacancy is in the offing.

      • James: Jo Porter's got t.v. crews queuing-up on St Stephen's Greene. I was thinking to get our case across I could jump up and down behind and wave my arms in the air. What do you think Matt?
        Ashika James.
        James: What would the Tweenies say?
        Ashika James I've got you a solo spot on bbc…radio. A radio's better. You get a decent soundbite out they'll quote it for the rest of the day.
        James: I'll tell you what radio is Ashika. Radio is pretty bloody average.

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