90210 Episode Scripts

N/A - Secrets and Lies

"Previously on" 90210: We need to talk.
|We have a son together.
- I'm Ozzie.
|- Now that I know who you are, it's gonna sting so much more|when I never talk to you again.
I am tired of pretending|that everything is okay when it's not.
We need to tell the kids|about your birth son sooner than later.
- I caught her buying drugs.
|- I'm a cop, you dumb-ass.
- How old are you anyway?|- I'm 25, why? I'd literally do anything for you.
- Oh, my gosh, you paid for my rehab?|- Yeah, I did.
Don't think we can be friends|if you're with Ethan.
I know that I can't stop him|from dating other people, it just can't be you.
So So So I have something|that I would like to discuss as a family.
When I was in high school,|I dated Tracy Clark.
I'm sorry.
That was just disturbing.
It was a long time ago.
When I was in high school|I dated Tracy Clark, and at the end of senior year,|she got pregnant.
Very surprising|and obviously a big deal.
But Well, Tracy and I, we weren't right|for each other as a couple and weren't ready|for the responsibility that a child would entail, so we decided not to keep the child.
The baby,|Tracy was gonna not have it.
So basically, I went away to college|and that was that.
Only that wasn't that.
Apparently, Tracy didn't not have it.
She had it.
Him, a baby boy.
She put him up for adoption.
- You have a son?|- No.
Another son, a second son.
I already have a son.
Exactly how long have you known|about this second son? Not long at all.
We found out|about two months ago.
You've known about this|for two months? All I can say is that I love you guys.
|I love this family.
And this news|doesn't change any of that.
I have no interest|in digging up the past.
So why are you telling us now? Because Tracy Clark is interested|in digging up the past.
She's already hired|a private investigator and she is planning|on telling Naomi.
So you wanted to, you know,|fill us in on your little secret before the whole world knew.
No secret.
You are my daughter.
You are my son.
This is my family.
This is what is important to me.
I'm just really hoping that this doesn't affect us|in any way.
Okay? - So?|- So, Dixon, what are you thinking? Well, actually I'm thinking|I gotta go to school.
- Annie?|- Yeah.
School.
Gotta go.
- So?|- So? How do you think that went? It could've been worse.
What? "I'm really hoping|that this doesn't affect us in any way.
" It's like What did he do? Did he practice last night|in front of a mirror? Like really? Maybe he was, you know,|nervous about it - or something, you know?|- Yeah.
He had about two months|to prepare for it.
Come on, cut the guy|a little bit of slack.
Face it, Dad's a hypocrite.
He tells us not to have sex.
|But when he was in high school, he got Tracy pregnant.
|Did you see the way he kept like glancing at Mom|the entire time? What was she doing,|holding his cue cards? All right, for the record here,|I just need to know.
Are you mad at him because he|rehearsed what he was gonna say? Because he has a son? Because he's a hypocrite|or D, all of the above? Doesn't this bug you at all? It's freaky, all right.
But I'm cool.
So half your brother, half Naomi's? Yeah, but it's not like|he's half-her, half-me.
You're making him sound|like some weird mythological creature, like a Minotaur, or a mermaid|or something.
It's weird, though.
Yeah, it's a hundred percent weird.
And it certainly complicates things|between Naomi and me, which weren't|not complicated before.
I mean, she asked me|to not date you at homecoming.
None of her business who you date.
Yeah, I know, but Well, we're kind of|at a fork in the road here.
I mean, should you and me|be you and me? Or should we be you and me? - You know what I think?|- What? Maybe we should try to keep our relationship on the DL|for a few weeks? You wanna hide|that we're seeing each other? Look, I want us to be you and me, but I think if we act like we're|just you and me for a little while, it will make things easier with Naomi.
Give her time to hook up with some|guy and then she'll forget all about us.
Okay.
Yeah.
|Yeah, that's another path in the road.
Think about it this way.
We'll get to make out|in secret places.
- Ethan.
|- It's killing me.
I'm so close to you|yet I can't touch you.
You wanna hang out after school? We can be you and me after school.
I really wanna be you and me, Annie.
Me too, Ethan.
All right, fine.
|Go away.
I'll see you later.
Hey, there.
Don't tell me you're turning|into the rebound girl.
With Ethan? Me? No.
No rebounds.
Not me.
I'm going to let that ball|bounce right off the hoop.
Smart.
Smart girl.
So Dixon told me|about the new brother.
- That's intense.
|- Understatement.
Well, I figured maybe|you'd wanna blow off some steam, get away from the parental units? - Yeah, what do you have in mind?|- Well, Kelly's coming back this weekend and I have to take advantage|of my last night's freedom.
So I'm thinking slumber party|at my house.
- It sounds a little PG-13 but|- No.
No, it will be fun.
And I would love|to get away from it all.
And by it all I mean my family.
I'm definitely in.
Score some drugs? Hey, so how we doing? Great.
Except everyone is staring|at me like I forgot to wear pants.
I went to rehab, now I'm out.
|What's the big deal? Maybe they're checking out|the cute hat.
Thanks.
It's very Pete Doherty.
In a feminine,|non-skanky British guy sort of way.
Thanks, Navid.
- Jelly beans?|- You brought me jelly beans? Yep.
I was just feeling that, you know,|you might deal with today better if you had some jelly beans.
Either that|or you'd just get high off the sugar.
Oh, I can't believe I just say high|because you wouldn't get high.
It's okay.
I like jelly beans.
What's your favorite flavor? - Popcorn.
|- The most disgusting jelly bean - ever known to mankind.
|- It's buttery and delicious.
Okay, I was just about to say|just like you and then I changed my mind.
You somehow managed|to say it anyway.
True.
Isn't that yummy? I gotta go to class.
Buttery and delicious? Seriously, Navid?|Buttery and delicious? That's all you could think of? Hey, can we talk? Annie? - Naomi?|- Can't talk, Geometry quiz.
Figure out why a square is a rectangle|but not every rectangle is a square.
So your dad and my mommy doing the|nasty.
Are you as grossed out as I am? Yeah, I'm guessing I'm a little bit|more grossed out than you.
- So, what did she tell you?|- Oh, you know at breakfast, she was all, "Darling, good morning.
Could you pass the probiotic yogurt?|Oh, and by the way, you have a brother.
" - Parents are clueless.
|- No kidding.
Are you bummed out about it? It's just Whatever.
Well, you know what helps me|when I'm bumming? - Jimmy Choo.
|- Chinese food? Oh, God, no.
Well, Kansas, no.
Jimmy Choo shoes.
|God's gift to women.
- What are you doing after school?|- Today? Today after school I Me - Today, I'm I'm maybe|- Hello.
Okay.
You having a stroke? No.
No.
L I have no plans at all.
No plans?|What happened to you and me? I panicked.
I mean, all of a sudden my mind was this snowy|snowscape of blank and I don't know.
I just Maybe this DL business|just isn't my cup of tea No, it's cool.
It's cool.
|You just gotta be prepared in case Naomi asks you|to do something.
You're an actress.
|Let's rehearse.
Okay? I'm Naomi.
Why, Naomi,|you're looking rather butch today.
Okay.
Just give me a second|while I get into character here.
Naomi.
Okay.
Hey, Annie.
What do you say after school,|we hit up the Polo Lounge and watch me blow off David Spade|for the 80th time? Oh, Naomi, I'm sorry, I'm busy.
See.
There it is.
There it is.
Okay.
|So next time, it's you and me.
I invited Adrianna, by the way.
- I don't know if she's gonna come|- It was very sweet of you.
I'm trying to be a girl's girl.
|It's a little new to me.
Hey, Naomi, do you wanna come to|a slumber party at my house tonight? Kelly's out of town|and we gotta take advantage.
A slumber party? How retro of you.
What are you gonna do? Braid|each other's hair, put on face masks? - You don't have to come.
|- Oh, no, I'll be there.
Gotta bring my face mask.
|These pores deserve the very best.
Plus, I really have to get to know|this family of mine, don't I? Right, sis?|You can wear your new Jimmy Choos.
Sure, sis.
We should totally play|Truth or Dare.
That way I can get to know everything|about this new sister of mine.
Penny for your thoughts.
A penny? In Beverly Hills? We're in a recession.
Come on.
|What are you thinking about? About my dad's laugh.
Is that a poem or something?|Because I like it.
Whenever Annie laughs, you know,|people always say: "Oh, she sounds|just like her mother.
" Well, now I know|that there's somebody out there Who has your dad's laugh? I don't need to have his laugh.
I got my own laugh.
Yeah.
And your laugh|probably sounds like your birth dad's.
Yeah, maybe.
You know, I've been wanting|to ask you about your adoption, but I never really knew|when was the right time.
Well, I don't feel bad talking about it.
I used to live with my grandmother|in Brooklyn.
Dad wasn't in the picture.
|Addiction problems.
So when my grandmother died, I moved to Kansas|to be with my mom.
So you knew your birth mother? Unfortunately, she was crazy, not so big on taking medications.
|So long story short, Social Services came|and took me away.
Do you ever wanna see her again? No.
I know the feeling.
Come on now, it's cool.
I'm not about to play myself a violin.
I mean, look where I live.
Look where I go to school.
My super hot girlfriend.
And my family, I mean, come on.
Yeah.
Yeah, and I guess the Wilsons saw|how special you were.
They knew|that they had to have you.
So when are you gonna realize|that you just have to have me? Shut up.
Punctuality, I like that in a student.
I thought I could get a couple|of seconds with you.
Yeah, we can't really be alone here.
You know, it's getting harder for me|to see you every day in school.
How do you think I feel? I'm supposed to be completely focused|on this case and here I am thinking|about one of my teachers.
That is why you can do the extra credit|to make up the assignment.
That blows, Mr.
Matthews.
That's life, Kimberly.
Take a seat.
- Hey.
|- Hey.
So I'm working on getting you|those party favors you mentioned.
Cool.
I'm looking forward to celebrating.
Oh, we'll celebrate.
I don't love slumber parties.
You still have to come, Ade.
I don't know.
|I got my meeting after school.
Students|Against Destructive Decisions.
It's one of my pre-conditions|for coming back and - I don't know.
|- SADD? Sad is right.
- So you can come after.
Fantastic.
|- I don't know, though.
If you guys are drinking,|I don't wanna be a downer.
You're being a downer now.
|Party's not gonna be all booze.
It's about ice cream, cookie dough|and face masks.
It will be cute.
There you go.
Hey.
These are for you.
|Well, I sorted out just the popcorns.
You sorted jelly beans for me? Yeah, I'm a man of many talents,|the majority of which are rather useless.
I'll see you later? Okay, this took hours|of freaky jelly bean sorting.
Hello? He's either OCD|or he really wants to sleep with you.
He's just being dorky Navid.
Oh, yeah.
|Well, dorky Navid paid for your rehab.
He wants something from you,|clearly.
- Whatever.
|- You're so gonna have to use your powers over him to get him|to sort my closet.
Color code.
Naomi, "qué pasa?" What are you doing tonight? Oh, I have a date.
- Mama Celeste.
|- You're eating pizza? - And you can't reschedule?|- Oh, no.
It would have to be|something really special.
You're making that guy|run in so many circles he's gonna get dizzy.
I'm not stopping until he's sorting|the Mikes from the Ikes, and the Goods from the Plentys.
Hey, I got a call|from our credit card company.
They said there was some|unusual activity on the card, quite a significant amount|of unusual activity.
- You know anything about that?|- Sounds unusual.
I kind of bought some boots.
Annie, that's an emergency card.
I really needed boots? These? Items of footwear? They cost as much as a small car.
What is this? Where you going? Silver's having a sleepover|at her sister's house.
I thought Kelly was still out of town? No, you can't stay there if there's not|gonna be an adult around.
- Oh, come on, Dad.
|- Sorry, no party.
It's a slumber party.
|It's a bunch of girls sitting around watching movies and eating pizza.
I'm nearly 16 years old.
When you were my age,|you were making babies.
Annie, you are not going to the party.
Rules are rules.
And these boots, they're going back.
- No way.
|- Yes way.
Are you stalking me? Because I'm over this|whole finding-stalkers-attractive thing.
No, I thought that maybe you'd wanna|get something to eat after your meeting.
Yeah, I don't know.
Come on,|those were gourmet jelly beans, and I got carpal tunnel from sorting.
You owe me.
Right.
I owe you.
Annie? That's the second time she snuck out|since we moved here.
We know she's at Silver's.
|Let her stay there for the night.
No way.
|We didn't give her permission.
We just dropped a huge bomb|on her.
She's acting out.
She won't talk to me.
Harry, when she's ready|to talk to you, she will.
We have to trust her.
Cheers.
Yeah.
Way to go, Kansas.
- Sure you don't want another one?|- I am done for the night.
Okay, Annie.
- STL me.
|- Well, we're out of lime.
- Then just T me, I guess.
|- Of course.
All right.
- Cheers.
|- Cheers.
We so should do this|at my birthday party.
- What party?|- My 16th birthday party.
My folks said I could invite anybody|that I want.
I don't think the rents meant|you could invite Mr.
Tequila here.
Yeah, no.
- Hey|- I got it.
- We should play a game.
|- Twister.
Lame.
Hello, you don't play Twister|unless there's guys around.
Why entangle your limbs|with a girl's - unless someone is watching.
|- Glad you could make it.
Thanks for coming.
Adrianna.
You have to come|to my birthday party, okay? - Drunk?|- She's getting there.
- I never.
|- What are you talking about? You've been drunk|like a million, billion times.
Okay, Kansas, "I Never" is a game.
All right, so I say something|that I have never done and whoever has takes a drink.
I'm gonna start.
I have never had sex before.
Okay, what are you waiting for?|Dixon's adorable.
Okay, Dixon's sister in the room|and getting nauseous.
I am just waiting|for the right time is all.
Oh, please,|it's not like angels start singing.
Right? You go.
Okay, my turn.
I've never I have never been in love.
Really? Never? Nope.
Don't get sappy about it.
Annie, your turn.
I I've never been drunk.
Drink.
Drink.
Drink.
You know, when Dixon|first came to live with us, I completely flipped out.
You know, I actually fantasized|about putting him in a cardboard box and mailing him off to Taiwan.
- Why?|- I don't know.
I just I guess I felt like my parents|would love him more or something.
I still feel crappy about it.
Meanwhile, my darling sister - won't even answer my calls.
|- It's awesome.
I was kind of hoping to start afresh|with that new brother of ours.
- What?|- You know my dad's been cheating on my mom|for a few years.
My mother tramps around|like a Pussycat Doll and God forbid I'd ever wanna talk|to my sister about it.
I was hoping to have a relationship with someone who doesn't make me|wanna scream all the time.
- Sometimes I just feel so alone.
|- You're not alone.
You have me.
And these bitches, right? Holy moly, my shirt totally matches|your nail polish perfectly.
Holy moly, Kansas.
You're right, it does.
- Let's trade shirts.
|- Okay.
Yours and mine, all right.
Hey, hey.
Come on.
- Annie.
Annie, shirt on.
|- No boys.
What kind of party is this? Dixon.
Hi.
Zip me.
I am so sorry|that I wanted to mail you to Taiwan.
Are you drunk? STL, baby.
- Hey, Ethan.
|- Hey.
Okay.
Are you gonna come|to my birthday party? Everybody is invited.
- Yes.
|- Yes.
You're a mess.
Hi.
Word on the street|is there's a party going on.
Did you tell people|I was having a party? No, no, I I just told Navid.
And maybe|a couple of other people.
Oh, there's boys.
Now I have to give|a crap what I look like.
You made it.
I got your text.
I'm not one to miss a party.
I thought you might be thirsty.
I thought you were gonna find me|something stronger.
Yeah, no trouble.
No trouble.
I got you covered.
Be right back.
Hey, Adrianna.
So we should celebrate.
Celebrate what? Your testicles have finally dropped? No.
You getting out of rehab.
So you just couldn't stay away|from me, could you? You know it's like Mother Hubbard|territory in here.
Girl's got nothing to eat.
What? So you're a food snob|or something? I prefer epicurean.
And you're cooking? Yeah.
You just gonna stand there|or you gonna help me out? - Yo, Ozzie.
|- Naomi, this is my buddy, Julio.
Hey, what's up? Naomi, it's Ozzie.
Yes, it is.
- That's Julio, his friend.
|- Hi.
And this is us going.
Excuse us for a second.
Listen, very important,|Julio is Ozzie's wingman.
- I need you to be my wing girl.
|- Okay.
You want me to be your ring girl.
No, no.
Wing.
Wing girl.
Okay? Listen, Julio's cute, right? He's cute.
You're single.
Help me out here.
He's cute and I'm very single.
Not a boyfriend in sight.
Perfect, fabulous.
Okay, so what|you're gonna do is keep Julio very busy while Naomi gets Ozzie alone.
Okay? - I am her wing girl.
Just winging it.
|- Hello? What's up, Adrianna? Okay, I hope this doesn't come off|as totally tacky, could you hook me up|with your dealer? I don't do drugs anymore.
So you don't really need|your dealer's number, do you? Fine.
- Hey.
|- Hey.
I heard the slumber party|turned into a "party" party.
I thought I'd come by|and check it out.
- How you doing?|- I'm cool.
Okay, do you wanna go|somewhere a little more private, like upstairs? Fine.
Yeah, let's go.
Okay.
Cool.
This is the most amazing|grilled cheese I've had in my life.
- You're just drunk.
|- No, I'm not, actually.
So who taught you how to cook? My dad.
|He worked in a bunch of kitchens.
Saved his money and opened|a hole-in-the-wall in Echo Park.
Now that hole-in-the-wall|just got written up in "L.
A.
Weekly," so we're booked|six weeks in advance.
Awesome.
You know,|you're not like anybody at school.
I'm like a lot of people at school.
Just not the people|you hang out with.
Travel outside your comfort zone.
Oh, is that what you're trying to do? Throw me off my game.
Revealing choice of words.
You like games, huh? Oh, you know,|they're pretty entertaining.
I don't like games.
And I don't like people|who play games.
Yo, this party's dead.
Let's bounce.
- What happened to Annie?|- Your girl dissed me.
- Let's get out of here.
|- All right.
Let's get out of here.
I come out and she's gone.
Annie? Annie.
I'm really supposed to be chatting up|what's-his-name, right? Which what's-his-name? - Who?|- Julio.
- Who's Julio?|- What's-his-name.
Annie? Naomi.
I am so happy you decided|to come to my party.
I really missed hanging out with you.
Well, that's pathetic.
That's sweet.
I missed you too.
Awesome, but hey, why don't you|catch me up on everything that's been going on, yeah? Unlike North American fish who will migrate|several hundred miles to mate, the residents of the coastal waters do not need to journey|to find a partner.
More than 2 million fish are born|from these waters each year.
With over 1 million unique species|of fish in these waters only the Amazon and the Congo|have greater diversity.
More reproduction occurs|in the delta than in any other river in the world.
This may be|because of high water temperature which make the females|particularly The warm water also allows You're sexy.
I'm sleepy.
Great.
Okay.
Okay.
I'm I'm gonna get you some water.
Water sounds delicious.
I'll just be here waiting.
The Brazilian government|had to change their approach.
Local leaders will no longer|pay commercial - to go after the large fish.
|Thanks to the effort I think I have a condom in my purse.
I didn't think|that was gonna happen tonight.
- Okay, let's do this.
|- What's going on? You wanna have sex.
|Let's have sex.
Yeah, but it's like|you're not even into it.
Come on, Navid.
|I wasn't born yesterday.
You covered my rehab,|so I'm paying you back.
Look, is that what this is about? There's no such thing|as a free lunch.
Hold on.
|So because I paid for your rehab you think I expect sex? Is that the kind of guy|you think I am? - Kiss me.
|- Oh, my God.
- You know what? No, I'm done.
|- Navid, wait.
No, I'm out of here.
|Sorry to waste your time.
- Seek help from the locals who depend upon|the river for their daily lives.
There you are.
I warn you, this floor is very wobbly.
Okay, what happened?|I thought you were gonna be my Wing girl.
I'm sorry, Naomi.
It's okay.
I just don't get Ozzie.
He's so weird.
One second we're flirting,|he's cooking and everything is cool.
And then all of a sudden he says,|"I don't play games.
I'm out of here.
" I think I'm gonna try|something radical with Ozzie.
What's that? Honesty.
It's not exactly me per se.
I am sick of the lies.
I mean, my dad's having an affair.
|No one tells me.
Apparently I have a brother.
|No one tells me.
Everyone is so full of it.
I'm sick of being lied to.
I feel terrible.
- I know.
|- You do? About your dad? Yeah.
Sure, I get it.
You seemed|like you really looked up to him.
Yeah, I did.
When I was little, I thought he was just like Superman|or something.
He turned out to be a liar|like all the rest.
Yeah.
I don't like liars.
Yeah, it's a bummer.
Well, anyhoo,|I'm gonna go fix my makeup.
Apparently, there are still|a bunch of boys around here.
Excuse me, coming through.
Hey, cutie.
I heard there was some shirt swapping|going on earlier tonight.
You wanna switch shirts with me? Only if I do your nails|and makeup first.
If that's what you're into.
Oh, my God, get away from me.
Hey.
Hey, we need to talk.
Yeah, I've been looking for you.
Yeah, I've been talking and thinking|and we need to talk.
I can't lie like this.
Listen, Annie, let's talk about this|tomorrow when you're sober.
I'm not drunk.
- Actually, I think you are.
|- Actually, no, I'm not.
I'm totally not.
Wait, hold on.
Thanks for coming to get me.
How was the party? Was it raging? Things were starting to get wild.
Should we do something or? - I already called a colleague.
|- Look at you.
Hey, everybody, listen.
Party's over.
Let's go.
- Come on.
|- Hey, Dad? I got a call from a colleague, said this party was out of control|and that Annie was inebriated.
Annie? Drunk? What? Principal Wilson,|we collected everybody's keys and already called|a bunch of cabs, so Oh, honey.
Daddy, I drank too much.
Yeah, I can see that.
Oh, sweetheart, you stink.
I threw up.
Yeah, I figured.
You okay? No.
No.
I'm not okay.
It's your fault.
I'm not okay with you having a son.
And I'm not okay|that you kept him a secret from us.
And I know|I know that you didn't want it to affect us, Dad, but it It affected me.
And you weren't honest.
For two months you were a liar.
And now I have to be honest|and I have to tell you that it made me so mad at you|for not being honest because secrets, they just make me|feel so sick and wobbly.
And everything is a big mess now.
And I have vomit boots.
You have vomit boots? You have vomit boots.
Oh, sweetheart,|I'm sorry that I wasn't honest.
And I'm sorry that I acted|like it wouldn't be a big deal.
I tried to do the right thing and I didn't.
I'm not perfect, Annie.
I make mistakes.
That's okay.
Are you gonna let me|get you out of here? Yes, please.
We're gonna have to stand up.
Hey, Daddy, tell me the truth, am I in big trouble? We all make mistakes.
Hey, Dad, I made another mistake.
I cannot return these vomit boots.
Yeah, I kind of figured that.
Hey, Dad, - you know who you remind me of?|- Who? Superman,|only not so big into the tights, thank goodness.
Okay.
I want back on the lacrosse team,|Mr.
Matthews.
My six-week suspension's up.
That's true, George,|but your grades are down.
Right? And you know the school policy.
You need a 3.
0 or higher|to get back on the field.
- Then give me an A in your class.
|- Why would I do that? Oh, I can think|of a pretty good reason.
He only saw us in a car together.
Teachers cannot be alone off campus|with students.
Right, but Kim's not a student.
I am as far as the kids know.
If anyone finds out who I am|I could be in serious trouble.
I'm sorry, Ryan,|but I'm gonna have to ask you to take a paid leave of absence|effective immediately.
This is my job, my reputation.
|What are the students gonna think? We will reinstate you as soon|as Kimberly's work is done here.
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry too, Ryan.
This is not fair.
You gotta take responsibility|for your actions here.
What you did, it wasn't illegal|but it wasn't quite appropriate either.
Can we talk? Yeah.
Look, I didn't mean|to hurt your feelings, okay? It's just nice guys|aren't usually interested in me.
- And I thought|- That I was a sleazebag.
You know how many directors|have lied to me and used me? They act like these nice guys and You're a nice guy, Navid,|and I guess I got scared.
Ade, that's terrible, but sometimes a nice guy|who acts like he likes you is just a nice guy who likes you.
But you paid for my rehab.
Because I care about you.
No, I I know that now.
|I just I guess - If we're gonna be together|- Wait.
You wanna be with me? Well, yeah.
I've kind of liked|spending time with you and you're|kind of an amazing kisser.
I am? But you don't have to do this.
You can|You can walk away right now.
How about we walk together? That was pretty sappy.
Yeah, it's one of the side effects|of being a nice guy.
You know,|I think I still have a hangover.
- Yeah, you were a little|- A lot.
I was a lot.
So you wanted to talk? Yeah.
I don't want to keep us|a secret anymore, Ethan.
It's wrong to lie to Naomi|over and over again.
And I think we just need to tell her|and we just need to accept whatever consequences|are gonna come.
Please? Okay.
- If that's what you want.
|- Yeah, that's what I want.
Hi.
What's up? I don't wanna play games with you.
Now, that's crafty.
The I-don't-wanna-play-games|game.
I'm serious.
Ozzie, I like you.
I'll tell you what.
This is my number.
You call me.
Don't wait three days.
Don't wait a week.
Just call me.
Okay.
Hello? Hello?