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Hi.
Hi.
Hi.
How’re you doing?
Ok.
You?
Fine.
You?
Great.
What have you been up to?
Thinking.
I know what about.
What?
The universe.
The universe?
The programme on the radio.
I don’t have a radio.
Don’t you?
I need to get one.
It was on tv as well.
Do you have tv?
I’m not sure.
Not sure?!
If it’s working.
Why don’t you try it?
There’s no signal.
I thought there was.
Not where I am.
You mean in the hills?
No, it’s flat where I am.
Aren’t there some trees about?
Trees don’t affect the signal, do they?
I don’t know.
Funny.
What’s funny?
Storms.
Storms?
Storms??
When there’s a storm, it works.
Really?
The extra energy, I suppose.
I heard the programme.
I thought you said you didn’t have a radio.
I don’t.
Well, so…
I heard it on next door’s.
What was it about?
How the universe started.
Oh, great.
So how did it start?
In a raindrop.
Really?
It wasn’t a raindrop.
What was it?
It was a bubble.
Raindrop.
Bubble.
Drop.
Bubble.
Drop.
Bubble.
The universe is a drop?
I don’t think so.
It started as a small bubble…
And now it’s a vast bubble.
How do you know?
I remember now.
You said you didn’t have a radio.
I came in at that moment.
Where’d you been?
Out. I went out.
In any case, does it matter?
It matters why we’re here.
And that’s what the programme was all about.
Explaining why we’re here.
How the bubble is a perfect environment…
It’s raindrops that are perfect…
You mean bubbles.
No, drops.
Bubbles!
Drops!
Bubbles!!
Drops!!!
Bubbles drops, it can’t possibly matter!
Oh.
Whoa!
She’s pushed off.
Who?
She’s pushed off.
She?
Her.
That’s a he.
She’s a he?
I’m a she.
You’re a she?
Yes!
I’m sorry about…
The he-she thing?
I meant the bubble argument.
Did you hear it?
About the universe?
It was on tv.
I don’t have a tv.
Didn’t you say…
I haven’t a signal?
That’s right.
That wasn’t me.
You heard it on your neighbour’s radio?
I don’t have any neighbours.
?
I live in a commune.
Really?
Really.
So, did you see the programme?
We don’t have tv.
My neighbour lent me a radio.
Why?
He’d got a new one.
Digital, I suppose.
How do you know?
But there’s no signal?
That’s right.
Because of the trees?
Because of the hills.
So, what did you think of the universe thing?
I still don’t get it.
What bit?
How the universe can be a giant raindrop?
It’s a bubble.
I thought he said it was a raindrop?
He’d missed most of the programme.
Because he’d been out?
No, I’d been out.
Why?
Because of the storm.
Do storms really help the signal?
I don’t know.
I want to get a radio.
A digital one?
No.
Because of the signal?
What about it?
It’s flat where you are?
I live in the hills.
No trees?
Quite a few.
Do they affect the signal?
I don’t know.
I’ll lend you mine.
I didn’t think you had one.
I don’t have a tv, remember?
Because of the signal?
The signal’s fine.
It’s because you live…
… in a commune.
Right. Is yours a digital radio?
Yes.
But I can’t get a digital signal.
Because of the trees?
Because of the hills.
Ah.
Look, take care.
I will, and you.
I will.
And say goodbye to…
Her?
Him.
If I see him.
From me too?
Sure.
Bye, then.
Bye.
Yes, bye.

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