Nell: What sort of time do you call this?
Penny: Ah. Hello. Sorry.
Nell: You were supposed to be home over an hour ago. You know I can’t sleep unless I know you’re in.
Penny: Sorry, I just didn’t notice the time.
Nell: But you always say that. What about that nice watch you’ve got? The one Nan gave you for Christmas.
Penny: It looks too much like a Nan watch.
Nell: Charming. Don’t you let her hear you say that or she’ll have you.
Penny: Well it is. But I’m here now.
Nell: So how was the film?
Penny: Good, yeah. Long.
Nell: That why you’re late?
Penny: That and chatting after. Gary was telling us about his new bike.
Nell: Just telling?
Penny: Yeah, course.
Nell: So you didn’t have a ride? Just watched the others have a spin?
Penny: It was only round the car park. Everyone else was having a go.
Nell: If everyone else...
Penny: No, I wouldn’t put my hand in the fire. Or jump off a cliff. And he had a spare helmet.
Nell: I don’t care if he did. What if you’d have fallen off and landed dead in a ditch.
Penny: They don’t have ditches in the cinema car park.
Nell: Well I’m off to bed. I can see you’re in one of those moods, so I’ll leave you to it. Lock up when you come up will you. Don’t forget.
Penny: OK, night love. Oh and Nell?
Nell: Yes Mum?
Penny: Gary’s picking me up at 7.30 tomorrow. Do you fancy a ride?