90210 Episode Scripts

N/A - Senior Year, Baby

Previously on 90210: - I told my mom that I stole the coins.
- You did? Yeah, and, uh, when my stepdad gets back from Miami, I'm gonna tell him too.
- We're going to Australia.
- I know, I'm so stoked.
If you think that you can play tennis and be with me, then that's your decision.
Surprise.
Ha, ha.
I'm gonna be a father.
My baby doesn't need a public-school teacher as a father.
I want you to open for me on tour.
- What? - Then we'll get to travel together and Stop.
I got back together with Navid.
I was the one who killed Joe Herman.
I was coming down Mulholland when I hit something, and I just panicked.
We don't have anything.
You don't have a job.
We don't have savings.
And we don't love each other anymore.
I see the way you look at me and your whole harassment fantasy.
- You're trying to provoke me.
- Get away from me, you perv.
Unh! Stop it.
Stop or I will tell.
Stop.
Who you gonna tell? Who you gonna tell? Whoo! West Bev freshmen, welcome here! What's up, seniors? It's your year! Oh, yeah.
Senior year, baby.
Ha, ha.
Okay, how much longer you gonna keep saying that? I don't know, maybe when it's not senior year, baby.
Ha-ha-ha.
I cannot believe that you two are seniors.
Hey, hey, hey, you promised, no tears.
What? No, these? These are allergies.
- And what are you allergic to, Mom? - Senior year.
- Bouillabaisse.
- What? For our annual back-to-school dinner.
I've been going back and forth trying to figure out what to make, but if I do bouillabaisse, I can put a bit of everything in.
Mom, we don't have to do a whole No, why wouldn't we? Bouillabaisse it is.
All right.
You guys have fun today because it is senior year, babies.
- Think she's gonna be okay? - Oh, yeah.
Senior year, baby.
- Officially done with house arrest? - Mm-hm.
Good.
I'm glad.
You can finally put the hit-and-run behind you.
Yeah, I'm just on probation till I'm 25, but other than that, things go totally back to normal.
- Yeah, normal's good.
- Normal is great.
- Normal is all that I want this year.
- Heh.
Happy last first day of school.
- We're seniors.
- Yes, sir.
- You know what that means.
- We get to torture freshmen.
- We gotta make this year count.
- Exactly.
Which is why I spent all summer working on my senior-project application.
If I make a kick-ass documentary, it's gonna help me get in a kick-ass film school, which means I need a kick-ass adviser.
And a kick-ass subject.
Why not document a charismatic tennis star on the cusp of glory? - Know one? - Hey.
Heh, seriously, bro, what's your chances of going pro? Depends on how I play this year.
Every tournament counts.
- Talk about pressure.
- Uh, no.
Pressure is a Persian father at college-application time.
Ha! Another tweet from Naomi.
She's at the airport and the customs guy is giving her a hard time.
Summer in the Riviera, man? - Naomi's so lucky.
- I know.
She just bribed the customs guy with a Birkin bag.
Hi, Larry.
One more week, please? You've been staying here for three months.
And my trust fund kicks in in one more week.
How's your wife like the Birkin bag? She says it's worthless without shoes to match.
Well, can you hurry up? It's been since I've last seen you.
Dixon, it honestly killed me when you had to leave Australia.
Look, I'm sorry, all right? But I had to go.
I had no choice.
My parents were splitting up.
Hey.
I see you.
Turn around.
- Hi.
- Hey, I know you stole it, Gidget.
Get off me.
And please stop calling me that.
Well, then what's this? Oh, look at that.
What have we here? Whatever.
You shouldn't have guzzled my OJ this morning.
Hey.
You must be Dixon.
Let me just say, you're even more adorable in person.
- Dixon, meet Oscar.
- Yes, the Oscar.
- What Oscar? - Oh, did you not tell him, Gidget? Well, I'm trying to.
And seriously, enough with this Gidget thing.
- Tell him what? - Oscar is the son of a family friend.
We've known each other since we were kids.
And as I recall, Ivy ran around in her knickers long after it was appropriate.
Shut up.
Anyway, he's been staying with us over the summer, - interning at the record label.
- I've decided to stay the year.
I just found this out upon getting in last night.
It's practical, really.
See, I graduated last year with rather mediocre marks, which means I can't get in any university worth the price of admission.
But it's nothing a good old-fashioned PG year can't fix.
- PG? - Oh, postgrad.
Ah.
Okay, so, um, where will you be staying for this, uh, PG year? With Laurel and Ivy, of course.
I know.
I was just, uh, caught making out with my cell phone.
Not how I imagined starting my senior year.
The fact that a soon-to-be international pop star is on the other end might up my street cred a little.
Well, this soon-to-be international pop star wishes she was with you.
- Then come back to school.
- Ha, ha.
How about you hang up the phone? - What did Javier say? - Nothing.
I'll talk to you later, okay, baby? Okay, bye.
Heh.
Oh, eyelash.
Make a wish.
I wish you would stop making things so uncomfortable.
I wish you would accept the fact that Navid is my boyfriend.
That's two.
Things have to change, Javier.
I'm serious.
They will.
- I'm dropping you from the tour.
- What? I'm not about to keep you afloat now that we're in L.
A.
and you're throwing Navid in my face.
Look at the bright side.
You can go back to high school.
Maybe even join glee club.
Hey, Liam.
Screw you.
- Oh.
You made it through customs.
- Mwah.
Heh.
Just barely.
Oh, how it killed me to leave the Riviera.
Ooh, remind me to tell you about my liaison with Rob Pattinson.
Heh.
- Oh, yeah, he bites.
Ha, ha.
- Ha, ha.
- Who do you have for homeroom? - Mr.
Cannon.
That's impossible.
He's in London.
He was only at West Bev for the year.
I know, I thought so too, but he's on my schedule.
- No, but it has to be a mistake.
- Apparently not.
Better beat him to class.
I'll see you at lunch.
Over here.
- Are you okay? - Yeah.
Naomi, it's okay.
It's just an earthquake.
It's just an earth - You look good, Naomi.
- Don't look at me like that.
Like what? - You - Careful.
Don't go spreading lies again.
I look forward to seeing you around school.
Okay, guys.
Okay, calm down.
I know that was a little frightening.
We're gonna evacuate the building this way.
Come on.
Hello.
I'd like to report a rape.
All right, be careful.
Watch your step.
There's broken glass here.
God, I can't believe we're stuck in school.
The waves would be sick after this quake.
Well, then why not go to the beach? Because ditching isn't exactly a good way to start off the school year.
Oh, who said anything about being good? Look, some of us don't wanna have to do a PG year.
Touché, Brother Dixon, touché.
You know, someone's gonna come eventually.
Look, Liam, I get why you're mad.
And it's not that I didn't wanna talk to you this summer.
I was just overwhelmed with lawyers and probation.
You couldn't find five minutes? I left you that message saying that I hoped everything went okay.
So? Did it go okay? Well, that depends on how you define okay.
What happened? Liam, please.
Well, I told my stepfather I stole the coins, and he kicked me out, and Jasper lit my boat on fire.
What? I had no idea.
Well, that's right, because you didn't return my calls.
I am so sorry.
I should have been there for you.
- You guys okay? - Yeah.
- Yeah.
- Good.
Come on.
Okay, thanks, I appreciate that.
- You get through to the doctor? - Yep.
He'll check my knee this afternoon.
I'm sure it's fine.
I'll be able to play.
Attention, everyone, attention.
In light of the earthquake, West Beverly has to be inspected for structural damage.
So school is dismissed for the day.
Wait, what? Who even was that guy? Navid, don't go.
Wait.
Okay.
Don't high-five me.
Don't high-five me.
Okay, so look, I wanna take you somewhere special.
- "School's cancelled" party, my house.
- Right on.
"School's cancelled" party, my house.
Don't I get a thank-you? Got school dismissed.
- What? You? - Now you can go surfing.
Forgive me for the OJ debacle? Aw, hell, yeah.
Oscar, you rock.
- Are you kidding? - Ha-ha-ha.
I can't believe you dressed up like a fireman and got us out of school.
- Genius.
- Ha, ha, all right.
Guys, hold it.
No, guys, the school's No.
Ah, great.
Hey, Annie.
Uh, I hear you're the envy of the school.
Hmm? Because you got me as a senior adviser.
Ah, yes, I mean, I just haven't told many people because I don't wanna flaunt it.
- Oh, that's a good strategy.
- Mm.
So did you get my e-mail about the internship at the Abbott Playhouse? Yeah, and I'm not gonna apply.
I'll never get it.
What? I mean, I write one hell of a recommendation.
You know my secret weapon? Lots of big words, like "assiduous.
" Mm.
Come on.
I mean, the moment they ask what I did this summer, it's all gonna fall apart.
Saying that I was on house arrest for a hit-and-run doesn't exactly scream "qualified candidate.
" Well, your records are sealed.
They don't need to know.
Look, give yourself a break.
You paid your dues.
Now you deserve a chance.
So you'll write that recommendation letter? It's already written.
I can be pretty assiduous myself.
Now, you better hurry up.
That interview's at 11.
- Thank you, Mr.
Matthews.
- You got it.
Hey, Jen, it's me, uh, again.
Look, I deserve a chance.
There was just an earthquake, and I don't know if you're okay, and you're carrying my child and, uh Just call me back, okay? Or I'm gonna get a lawyer.
- Later.
- Hey, Navid, wait.
Liam, wait, wait.
I know I am probably the last person in the world that you wanna help, but my license is still suspended, and I have to get downtown.
There's this amazing internship, and I can't find Dixon anywhere.
Thank you, thank you, thank you.
I don't know why I'm doing this.
Oh, this sucks.
It's totally flat.
I guess the earthquake just wasn't big enough.
It's okay.
We'll go somewhere else.
Anyone interested in taking some Jet Skis for a spin? We don't have Jet Skis.
Astute as ever, Dixon.
We don't, in fact, have Jet Skis.
However, they do.
- You wanna steal Jet Skis? - Of course not.
I want to borrow Jet Skis.
We'll leave a couple of quid for gas.
Unless you two are scared.
Just scared that I might embarrass you out there.
Oh.
Ha-ha-ha.
Lights are out because of the quake.
I'm so sorry.
I wish your last limo ride was a little less chaotic.
Ugh, you've made your point, Javier, okay? I'm not touring with you.
Doesn't mean my career is over.
Laurel still believes in me.
- Believed.
- Oh.
There's a new girl the label's throwing their weight behind.
Dominique? I'm sure you've heard of her.
She's similar to you but younger, taller, tanner.
- Heh, is that all? - No, she's also thinner.
They're giving her all their good songs.
So what? I'll write my own.
This is ridiculous.
Could you please just move around them? Yes, sir.
- You'll write your own songs? - Mm-hm.
Please, Adrianna.
The duet you wrote is the only song I've performed that hasn't cracked the top 20.
- See this? - Mm-hm.
There's ten songs in here that are gonna be huge hits.
You don't have the gift.
So if I were you, I would Hi.
Hey, what do you say we get rid of Austin Powers here and, uh, go somewhere alone, huh? I wish.
But I have to buy him a burger because he beat me to the buoy.
What's wrong with you? Nothing.
Um Look, I just don't like the way he looks at you, okay? - Like, he's seen you in your knickers.
- We were 5.
They were gremlin Underoos, okay? You're totally overreacting.
- He's living at your house.
- Yeah, so? Don't you trust me? Depends.
You gonna squeal every time he wants to steal a Jet Ski? Okay, one, I don't squeal.
Two, I don't understand why you're acting like some jealous freak.
Look, maybe if you just Oh, don't worry.
Me and my girlfriend have had some spectacular rows.
Trust me, I get it.
Let me give you two some time alone.
You know what? No.
No.
l I owe you a burger, I'm gonna buy you a burger.
Ivy.
Oh, I'm so glad the doctor cleared him.
He's playing great.
Whoo! Come on, Teddy.
I don't understand what's keeping Adrianna.
The roads are a mess.
Ah! Ace him.
He's not serving.
You can only ace someone when you're serving.
Let's just be grateful I'm using tennis terminology.
When we started dating, I told him to serve a no-hitter.
Adrianna's not picking up her phone now.
Okay, match point.
- Got it.
- Nice.
Whoo! All right, baby.
Are you okay? All right, just breathe.
So I spent most of the summer holed up, watching movies, just trying to forget.
I really thought I could since I wasn't gonna see him, but now that I am, I - I can't.
I just can't.
- You didn't get a rape kit? - Did you tell anyone what happened? - No.
It was It was humiliating.
- I felt ashamed, like I deserved it.
- Naomi, listen to me.
You did not deserve it.
You didn't ask for it - and you didn't provoke it.
- Yes, I did.
Last year I accused this guy of sexual harassment.
And I made it up.
Which is another reason why I didn't feel like I could come forward.
Does this mean I don't have a case? No, I think you should still press charges.
You're just gonna have to prepare yourself for a very messy trial.
His attorneys will try to attack you, they'll drag you through the mud.
And if I don't wanna go through all of that, then what? He just gets to go on and live the rest of his life while I'm left like this? I can't sleep.
When I'm talking to people, it's like I'm not even there.
It's like I'm watching this person who looks like me and sounds like me, but it's not me anymore.
It's this stranger who doesn't want anyone to touch her or look at her.
Let me refer you to a counselling service.
- It may help for you to talk about it.
- I don't wanna talk about it.
I don't wanna go through a whole trial just to end up in the same place but worse, because then everyone will know, and they'll think I'm some lying sociopath.
No.
- God, this was a bad idea.
- Wait.
If there's anything I can do Can you turn me back into the person I was before that night? Because that's all I want.
This will help stabilise it.
Come on, Ade, pick up.
We have an 11-44, dead on arrival.
I can't believe Javier's dead.
Miss, is there someone you can call? To pick you up? Um, yeah, my boyfriend.
Oh, wait, this isn't Hm? Nothing.
Forget it.
Thank you so much for bringing these dresses.
I knew I wouldn't have time to swing by the store.
- It's our pleasure.
- Okay, you have to help me choose.
I want an outfit that's gonna make me feel confident.
I've been laying low recently, and I just need something that says I'm back.
Well, nothing says you're back like backless.
Plus, it'll make your ass look like a ripe little melon.
Ha-ha-ha.
All right, backless it is.
Thank you, girls.
So that one's gonna be $400.
Oh.
Yeah, actually, I'm a little short on cash right now.
I was thinking I could get it on layaway? Naomi, we're running a business here.
Come on.
What are friends for? Friends wouldn't ask friends to give them dresses for free.
Okay, bitch.
- What did you say? - I called her a bitch.
I'm sorry.
- I meant ho.
- Kim, that's it.
We're out of here.
- You better stay out of our store.
- Oh, gladly, actually.
When I get my trust fund, you'll be sorry.
Oh, and one more thing, Kim, just so you know, whenever you're on Who Wore It Best? I vote for the other girl.
Oh! What would you say is your biggest strength and weakness? Okay, well, strength, um, I guess would be my enthusiasm.
I'm generally a pretty positive person.
And, uh, weakness? Um, I can be a bit of a perfectionist.
Oh.
So, what did you do this summer? Uh Well, this summer, um, I just I decided to lay low, you know.
Since it's my last summer before college, I wanted to spend time with the family, and I read a couple good books, you know.
Well, guess you can't expect to have an earthquake without a few aftershocks.
Yeah, that's true.
I mean, after something big happens, you can't just go on pretending like nothing happened because there are always aftershocks.
I mean, there have to be aftershocks.
I'm not sure I'm following you.
No, I know.
I'm sorry.
Um Okay.
Look, the truth is, I didn't lay low this summer.
I was actually on house arrest because last year I was involved in a hit-and-run.
And I, um I accidentally killed a man.
And as much as I wanna put this behind me, I can't.
It's part of who I am now, and I am done keeping secrets.
And I know that I shouldn't be telling you this because I'm never gonna get this internship, and not only is it exactly what I wanna do, but I could really use the money because I have all these legal bills and my father just moved out, and And I don't know why I'm still talking.
Um, well, there is a weakness.
I ramble when I'm nervous.
Um, so good luck with the rest of your search.
I am sure you are gonna find someone great, someone who is a hard worker and would love this job the way that I would have.
Unh.
Power's still out.
Hmm.
- Very interesting.
- What? My father says a person's music is a window into their soul.
Of course, he's always been partial to cliché.
And booze.
So, what does my music collection say about me? Uh, Roberta Flack, Rufus Wainwright.
Huh.
You're much more sentimental than you'd like to admit.
Oh, it's nothing to be ashamed about.
I'm quite sentimental myself.
Mm.
For example, I'll always remember that I shared my first little earthquake with Gidget.
Don't call me that.
Did you know that "little earthquake" was a euphemism for an orgasm? Ivy.
Ivy.
That must have been some dream, Gidget.
- What? - Are you ready to go to the party? Yeah.
Uh Sorry, I'm just gonna - Went that well, huh? - No, it went horribly.
But I did it, Liam.
I said I wanted to be a different person this year.
No lying, no hiding.
And so I just told her about the accident, and it was such a relief.
No lying, no hiding.
Mm.
No, no.
This is exactly why I didn't call you back this summer.
I was afraid this was gonna happen.
Okay, if this is about Naomi, she's clearly over me.
It doesn't matter.
She's my friend, and friends don't date friends' ex-boyfriends.
Well, good news.
I'm not attracted to Jasper.
Okay, fine.
Naomi doesn't have to know.
No.
No lying, no hiding, remember? So, what does that mean? Where does that leave us? I mean, we can still be friends.
What if I don't wanna be friends? Then what? Then I guess we're not friends.
You sure I can't get you something to eat? No, I'm okay.
- Laurel, hey.
- Oh, Ade, hang on, hang on.
- Okay.
- Bye, Mom.
- Bye.
Drive safely, okay? - Yeah.
Bye.
Babe, hi.
I just heard.
Are you okay? Yeah, I'm fine.
I just I can't believe he's gone.
Neither can I.
I've known that kid since he was 12.
Make sure to take care of yourself, okay? I'm guessing you're gonna be pretty sore tomorrow.
Yeah, I will.
Um, Laurel, hold on a second.
Maybe a little bit of soup would be good.
- Say no more.
- Thank you.
Hey.
Okay, I know that this I know that this is really weird timing, but, um I mean, I should still plan on coming to the studio next week, right? You know, just to talk about plans for my album.
Babe, I did not wanna get into this now.
Okay, I'm gonna give it to you straight.
Things have cooled off a little on the Adrianna front.
Okay? It happens all the time.
You're new, there's heat, and then a song doesn't perform as well as expected and Laurel, you don't understand how important this is to me, okay? I dropped out of school because singing is the only thing I wanna do.
And I'm not saying it's over, okay? It's just on hold.
Okay.
Look, um I have a lot of new material, okay? Really great stuff that no one's heard.
Will you just take a listen to it, please? Of course, babe.
You know I will.
- Thank you.
- Take care of yourself, okay? - And I'll check in with you tomorrow.
- Bye.
I just feel so badly for him.
You should have seen his face when the doctor told him he tore his ACL.
I mean, best-case scenario, he's out for the year.
That's best case because he might not ever get his full range of motion back.
- Ah.
- Whoa.
- Careful.
- Ha, ha.
Who cares? Joanna's parents won't be back for at least a week.
We'll just blame it all on the earthquake.
Oh, hey.
Look who's here.
- You came.
Hey.
- Yeah, why wouldn't I? It's not like I gotta train in the morning.
My whole life, I've had to get up early, watch what I eat, get enough sleep.
Now it's time to have some fun.
Mm.
To moving on.
Moving on sounds good to me.
Ahh Is that a freshman? What the hell's she doing here? So, um, did you drive here? - Drunk? - No.
No, not drunk.
Buzzed.
Ooh, speaking of, I'm running low on booze.
Hey.
Maybe you should slow down.
- Maybe I don't wanna slow down.
- Teddy, come on.
I know you're upset.
Yeah, I'll say.
I pretty much destroyed my life.
Don't blame yourself.
You couldn't have known.
- The doctor cleared you to play.
- Ehh! Wrong.
What? He told me to rest my knee for six weeks, and I didn't listen.
So here we are.
- It's gonna be okay.
- How, huh? I might never play again.
You'll find something else you love.
- It's not that easy.
- I didn't And you don't understand because you've never been great at anything.
Don't take this out on me.
So just call me back, okay? I wanna talk to you.
Me too.
Hey, I thought you had your family dinner thing tonight.
I did, but I had to apologise first.
I'm sorry.
I was acting like a jealous freak.
- Look, it's okay.
- No, no, no.
It's not.
I trust you.
I complete I'm the one who needs to be apologising.
You had these plans and then I ruined them.
But if you wanna tell me what we were gonna do Oh, well, I was gonna take you down to your favourite taco truck.
Yeah, and possibly have Pedro play reggae while you scarfed down your carnitas.
Hey, I don't scarf, all right? I wolf.
Oh, I'm sorry.
Ha, ha, I stand corrected.
So as you wolfed them down, I was gonna tell you something.
- What? - Not now.
You know, I wanted the moment to be special.
The song, sauce running down your chin, that kind of thing.
Tell me now.
Come on, tell me.
Well, I was gonna tell you that I love you.
I love you too.
I really do.
Hey, Naomi.
Naomi.
Can I tell you something I have always wanted to tell you but I never could because I'm not usually this hammered on Mondays? You are hot.
Thanks.
Hey, wait up.
I thought you were the kind of girl who likes being told she's hot.
Yeah, I do.
I'm I just hear it so often, it gets old.
- What? - I don't know.
There's just something different about you.
- No, there's not.
- It's like, um It's like Katie Holmes after Tom Cruise.
You know, still hot, but different.
There's nothing different about me.
I'm just the same as I was before.
Before what? Doesn't matter.
Let's go upstairs.
And tell your guys they can come too.
Seven-fifty-nine.
Made it home under the wire.
Whoa.
Place looks like it was hit with an earthquake.
Boy, is it 8 already? Okay, um, Dixon, why don't you set the table? But be careful because it's dark over there.
Mom, Mom, uh, maybe we should just go out.
No, I cook every year.
I know, but, Mom, things are different.
It wasn't even that big an earthquake.
Yeah, we're not talking about the earthquake.
Things are different because Dad's living 45 minutes away.
Things are different because you are separated.
Okay, I know that.
You don't think I know that? We don't know.
I mean, ever since he moved away a month ago, you've been acting like everything's fine.
Well, what would you like me to do, cry all the time? Because I really don't feel like crying all the time.
No, Mom, we don't want you to cry all the time.
But sometimes it's okay.
- Okay? It's okay.
- Yeah.
Aw, come here.
Oh.
I'm the one who's supposed to be taking care of you guys.
Look, you do, but every now and then, you gotta let us take care of you too.
Yeah.
Yeah.
Okay.
Okay, we should eat the cold cuts because they're gonna go bad.
But, um, the ice cream will go bad faster.
- Hm.
Okay, at least drink some milk.
- Yes, ma'am.
- Potato chip, anybody? - Thank you.
- Those are not perishable.
- Mm, they're not? My mistake.
- Hello? - Annie.
- Hi, it's Katherine Upton.
- Oh.
I won't keep you long.
I just wanted to offer you the internship.
Shut up.
I mean, don't shut up.
I mean, why? No, I mean, thank you.
- Ha, ha, thank you so much.
- You're so welcome.
And as for the "why," you had a great résumé, you had a lot of passion, and frankly, I really admired your honesty.
So I'll see you next Monday, right? Perfect.
That sounds great.
- I look forward to it.
Bye, Annie.
- Bye.
- I got the internship.
I got it.
- Yeah.
Ha, ha.
- Good for you.
- Thank you.
That's great.
I think I found the perfect girl.
She's beautiful, she's responsible, and she just might be desperate enough to do it.
Yeah.
- Oh, yeah.
- Oh, yeah.
- Yeah, Naomi.
- Whoo! What the hell? All right, show's over.
Everybody out.
Come on, let's go.
- Come on.
- Everybody out.
Everybody out.
- Let's go.
Out.
- Ha, ha.
Oh, wow.
What's wrong with you? What's wrong with you? Gidget, is it just me or is our sexual tension palpable? - What? - Visceral.
Unequivocal.
In American parlance, wood-inducing.
No.
You're like my I mean, I I have a boyfriend, okay? And what about your girlfriend? Well, perhaps that was a generous term.
- She and I have an open relationship.
- Well, uh, Dixon and I don't.
So you should leave.
Certainly.
Unh.
But if you change your mind, I'll be just down the hall.
Miss me? Unh.
The summer's over.
Ivy's back.
We really have to stop this.
And we will.
- After tonight.
- Mm.
- What were you thinking? - Relax.
I'm a sexual person.
I always have been, always will be.
It's not a big deal.
Sex is just a random physical act.
Mm.
- Kind of like tennis.
- You don't believe that.
Yes, I do.
Want some? Ha, ha.
Why are you so uncomfortable? Is it because you wanna have sex with me? - God, what are you talking about? - Oh, come on, let's just do it.
I'm telling you, it's not a big deal.
Ha, ha.
Oh, my God.
No, Silver, wait.
And this is me Saying I don't wanna cry I'm saying goodbye Goodbye Goodbye Goodbye Goodbye Goodbye Can I tell you the truth? Well, I was always a little lukewarm on your original material, but that song, Ade, that's the best thing that you've ever written.
Hey, don't worry.
Laurel is gonna love it.
Hello? Wow, I'm thrilled.
I was hoping to get you as my adviser.
Me too.
We're gonna have a great time together.