Fast Color (2019) Movie Script

[Bo] The world's gonna die.
I can feel it coming.
We knew this would happen,
that sooner or later,
man's reckless behavior
would catch up with us.
Eight years
since the last drop of rain
and no one
knows what to do
except raise
the price of water.
The wells dried up.
We can't grow
our own food anymore.
It's gotten harder for us
to stay in hiding.
And I think about Ruth.
I always think about Ruth.
How did she survive out there
on her own as broken as she is?
I wish she'd never left.
I wish I could have helped her,
fixed her.
But I can't let myself
think that.
I know better than anyone.
If something's broken...
it stays broken.
[rushed footsteps]
[alarm wailing]
[car beeps]
[police sirens wailing]
[crickets chirping]
- [receptionist] Anyone else?
- Just me.
Thirty-five for the room. Water?
Half is 26, full is 50.
What's the name of this town?
View Park.
- All right, that'll be...
- [thud]
Sorry, I... Just a second.
[distant siren wailing]
Hi, sorry, what was I...
That'll be... [sighs]
...72, with tax.
- I wanna play.
- I understand.
What did I tell you?
- Angela will... wait.
- Wait.
Thank you. Thanks.
[metallic clinking]
[receptionist] Hello.
Take your daughter
and get under the desk.
- What are you talking about?
- Stay away from the windows.
And cover her head.
Are you there? What's going on?
Are you okay?
- [glass shattering]
- [car siren blaring]
[indistinct chatter]
[dog barking in distance]
[Angela crying]
[receptionist] We're okay.
It's okay.
She said this room
called the office?
- Just one woman?
- That's what the owner said.
Check the back.
[keys jingling]
[distant siren wailing]
- [indistinct shouting]
- [radio static]
[radio distortion]
[man] This is the emergency
broadcast system.
Please stand by
for further information
- about water conservation.
- [man speaking indistinctly]
[rock music playing over radio]
- [clattering]
- [music playing]
[door opens]
[door opens]
[man] Expecting someone?
Wow, this stuff is terrible,
I don't even remember
what a, uh,
proper cup of coffee
tastes like.
- If...
- [indistinct chatter]
Uh, miss, can I...
- What? Oh, no.
- Oh, come on.
Uh, I couldn't.
I'm on a business trip.
Not like I'm paying for it.
Here you go, honey.
Thank you.
- Thank you.
- Oh, all right.
I shouldn't have complained
about it.
No, you're right,
it's terrible but...
- so good.
- Mm-hmm.
Where you headed?
Oh, uh, I'm just going.
What does, uh...
what does that mean?
- Figuring some things out.
- Hmm.
I remember those days.
I'm married.
Nine years, two kids.
[inhales] So, my things
are pretty much figured.
Oh, speaking of which,
I should...
I should probably
get going here.
it was nice talking to you.
Take care, and, uh...
and good luck.
- Thanks.
- Oh, I'm... I'm Bill.
Thanks, Bill.
All right. Thank you.
[rattlesnake rattling]
[engine revving]
[indistinct chatter over radio]
[Bill] Honey?
I'm over here.
[Bill] What did you do?
If you don't mind me asking.
Really, you can just...
- pull over here and I'll...
- Look, um...
my life is pretty...
Let me help you, all right?
Let me make my wife proud.
There should be a town...
about 20 miles from here.
If you drop me there,
you can tell your wife
you saved someone's life today.
- That's it?
- That's it.
It's just crazy, right,
I mean...
here we are
in the middle of nowhere
and a cop shows up
and heads right for your car
just as you're walking out.
The world is a strange place
these days, isn't it?
I guess...
everyone always thinks
they're living
the end of the world.
I remember my, um,
my grandmother...
telling me about, uh,
getting under her desk
when they thought the bomb
was gonna drop.
we're still here.
Did you know
there was an earthquake
in View Park last night?
Since when are there...
earthquakes in this part
of the country?
Heard about it on the radio.
Headed this way.
Stopped at, uh...
the motel there
and talked to a little girl.
Heard all about this woman
who told her and her mother
to seek cover
right before
the earthquake started.
You really thought that cop
just showed up out of nowhere?
Who do you think called them?
Don't be scared.
I'm a scientist.
I work for the government.
And we've been looking for you
for a very long time.
When... when Joe called
and he said
he finally found you...
I didn't quite believe him,
but, uh...
he said he saw it
with his own eyes and...
I needed to see it, too.
But, by the time I got there,
you were gone.
And Joe was, uh...
You're hurting people, Ruth.
Is that really what you want?
We can help you.
There are tests we can run.
- [panting]
- Procedures.
why don't you...
- [screams] Fuck! Fuck!
- [Ruth panting]
[both grunting]
[gun chamber clicks]
[panting heavily]
[music playing]
- Can I get the key to the...
- It's open.
[bell jingles]
- Where am I?
- A gas station.
- What town?
- Garrison.
About three miles west
and you'll hit it.
Are you all right?
Yeah, I'm, uh...
Have you seen a woman?
[music playing]
[indistinct chatter]
You serve food?
Yeah. What do you want?
I don't have any money.
I can do the dishes and clean up
whatever you need in the back.
It's just you here?
[crickets chirping]
["Germ Free Adolescents"
I know you're antiseptic
Your deodorant smells nice
[woman] Here.
I'd like to get to know you
A sandwich, some water.
Washed clothes.
He's a germ free adolescent
He's gone.
Cleanliness is
Her obsession
Not gone...
grown up.
Scrub away, scrub away...
Where do people stay?
Valley's look shut down.
Are you from here?
You may get to touch her
Owners couldn't afford
the upkeep.
You can still stay there,
Can't beat the price.
Blow disinfectant...
...make sure you find a room
that still has a door.
[crickets chirping]
[woman] Lila, come back in here
and help me.
Be right there.
You fixed the record player?
[girl] Come on, I'll show you.
You can finish
cleaning up first.
How'd you do it?
Some of the screws
were stripped,
but I found
a bigger screwdriver,
so I was able
to get them loose.
Inside, two of the wires
were burnt
so I had to replace them.
But it was much easier
than a toaster.
It wasn't easier...
you just got better.
Do you think...
Do you think I could try
the truck next?
We can discuss it.
Can I take a bath tonight, Bo?
You took one last night.
Did you finish your reading?
Can I at least have enough
to go to the bathroom?
- My teeth, too.
- Lila...
- That's enough for both.
- You are very proud.
[button clicks]
- [button clicks]
- ["New World Coming" playing]
There's a new world coming
Son of a bitch.
And it's just around
The bend
There's a new world coming
This one's coming to an end
There's a new voice calling
You can hear it if you try
And it's growing stronger
With every day
That passes by
There's a brand new morning
Rising clear and sweet
And free
There's a new day dawning
That belongs to you and me
Yes a new world's coming
You know the one
I'm talking about
The one we've had
Visions of
It's coming in peace
Coming in joy
Coming in peace
- [Ruth] You shouldn't smoke.
- Shit!
Coming in joy
Coming in peace
Coming in joy
Coming in love
[speaking indistinctly]
Hi, Ruth.
Hi, Mom.
[crickets chirping]
- Look, I know you're angry.
- Angry?
[scoffs] You told me to pretend
you were dead.
There's nowhere else
for me to go.
What is that supposed to mean?
I'm sober.
Eleven months.
I knew...
getting sober meant the seizures
might come back.
I didn't think
it could ever get worse.
The other night, I even had two.
Who knows about you?
- What?
- You had two in one night, Ruth.
Someone must know.
- I don't know.
- You don't know?
If I leave, I won't survive.
You're not putting her
in danger again, Ruth.
How is she?
Healthy and smart
and nothing like you.
So what is it that you want
from me?
I want us to try again.
Your old clothes.
Thank you.
Do you need some ties?
I'm all right.
That was always
the hardest part.
Tying you up.
- Do you need some salve?
- No.
Thank you.
Are you sure?
It looks worse than usual,
I can get you so...
Does she...
Not like yours.
More like mine.
You know, parlor tricks.
The Weavers are still
the closest house, yeah?
They left a few years back.
As far as I know,
there's no one around for miles.
So she'll feel it?
- A little.
- A little?
What does a little mean?
[sighs] It doesn't matter
what I say, you're just...
I'm sorry if my concern
offends you...
Are you gonna help me
or are we just gonna keep
doing the same thing
to each other all over again?
[Bo sighs]
[metallic clicking]
[keys jingling]
[indistinct TV chatter]
- [Lila] Bo!
- Lila!
[Bo] Wait here.
[bells chiming]
This is your mother.
[man] Let's go.
[Bo] Breakfast!
Can I...
That's my bowl.
broke that bowl.
I remember I wanted
to use my abilities to fix it
- our abilities can't fix things.
- We can only take things apart.
And put them back together
the way they were.
- If something's broken
- If something's broken
- it stays broken.
- it stays broken.
Eat up now.
All we needed was a little glue.
So you can like we can?
I can't.
I should.
I did a long time ago.
[Lila] What happened?
- What?
- You've never told her?
Tell me what?
Your mother was different.
When she used her abilities...
strange things would happen.
And no matter how hard
I tried...
I couldn't figure out why.
I didn't know
what to do with her.
I just didn't know
how to nurture it.
And that's when
the seizures started.
when they did...
I couldn't use
my abilities anymore.
So what did you do?
I left.
[Lila] You just left?
I did some things
I shouldn't have done.
Spent time with people
I shouldn't have been with.
What do you mean?
I was...
for a long time.
Did you make her some medicine?
I did, honey but it didn't work.
What did you have?
It's not that kind of sick.
Um, I can't really explain it,
but, um...
when I was...
the seizures went away.
[Lila] And did your abilities
come back?
[Ruth] They never did.
[Bo] I knew the back
of your mother's head
better than I knew her face.
- If you left, then how did I...
- I came back.
With you.
I was so messed up
by that point...
I couldn't stay.
So why is it okay now?
Your mother needs our help.
I think if Bo can help me
with my abilities...
the seizures might go away.
Why don't you show your mother
what you can do?
Go on.
Show her.
[inhales deeply]
[Ruth] You can see them?
[Lila] She can.
And she still
finds it interesting.
You don't?
I've been seeing the colors
for 52 years.
What do they look like?
You don't know?
I've never seen them.
Why not?
I don't know.
I just...
Hasn't Bo told you
what they look like?
I think she wants to hear it
from you.
After you put back together
whatever it is you took apart,
everyone sees this object,
but you see the colors.
It's like an after-effect.
An echo.
there are all these colors.
Moving... over everything.
Fast, like a race.
How does it feel?
Really warm.
It's like when you're about
to cry but you're happy.
Bo says...
if you do something
really big...
the colors can last a long time.
But just when you forget
where you are...
they're gone.
Everything's just...
normal again.
[metallic clanking]
Has the analysis of the evidence
not come back yet?
- You didn't hear?
- No.
Didn't hear what?
These other men, they said
they were taking it over.
W... What other men?
W... What the hell
are you talking about?
You should call the lab.
Yeah, that's precisely why
we take care
of our own business.
[girl] Well, times have changed
and we're not able
to do anything about that.
I mean, I... I understand that,
but there needs to be some...
some semblance of order, right?
You can't just...
Well, they took the samples.
There's nothing you can do
about it now, all right?
Well, you do know
that those samples
were the only evidence we had.
[Bo] Don't forget to breathe.
See the bucket in your mind.
Inhale slowly.
Just feel your connection
to everything.
Feel how everything
is tied together.
When you exhale...
release the ties.
- I'm so...
- It's okay, just breathe.
Breathe. That's enough for now.
"Extraordinary discovery.
My daughter, Martha,
can also disintegrate objects
and put them
back together again.
Do these abilities
run in our family?
I wish my mother were alive
so I could ask
if she could do this, too.
If she could... I don't know why
she never told me."
Whose writing is that?
My great-grandmother.
All the women in our family
write in this book.
I don't know, I thought,
maybe there would be...
something in here
to help guide us.
"This land is so beautiful.
Martha wants to plant flowers
along the path.
I already feel
that we are safer.
It was too dangerous
after what happened
with Martha at school.
I couldn't bear the fear.
Here, we can live
our lives in peace
and no one will know
our secret."
I knew this was Grandma's house,
but I didn't realize...
The women in our family
have lived here for generations.
Oh. Why didn't you ever tell me
any of this?
You weren't that big on history.
- [footsteps approaching]
- [Lila] I have an idea.
- Yes?
- What if, instead of the bucket,
you just thought about
when I took the bowl apart?
Instead of having to imagine...
you could just remember.
[glass shatters]
- [Bo] What the...
- [Ruth] I don't...
I'll go look.
- What happened?
- I don't know.
There's nothing.
Nothing hit it.
Just a bunch of broken glass.
Yours are different, right?
Did you do this?
I don't know.
I've been...
so disconnected from them
for such a long time, I...
don't remember what it's like
to actually do something.
[glass clattering]
Are there others?
- Other...
- Women.
- Like us.
- I don't think so.
But isn't that narciss...
yeah, it is.
I mean,
if we've always been hiding...
how do we know?
Did Bo ever tell you
about Simona?
- Who?
- Don't get excited.
Bo made her up.
She lived in Europe, I think.
And she could do things
we couldn't do.
she could take apart the sky.
I think Bo did it to help me.
if someone else had
different abilities like me,
maybe I would feel more okay?
Bo even had me write
a letter to her once.
Like some freak girl's
Santa Claus.
eventually, she told me
she wasn't real.
[Ruth sighs]
[Lila] Well...
Bo said there's cardboard
in the shed.
And I should probably
vacuum, too.
What if...
instead of cardboard, you...
tried to put the glass back?
It won't work.
Why not at least try?
[scoffs] Because, if something's
broken, it stays...
This isn't gonna work.
But what if it did?
Told you.
[man] You wouldn't happen
to know anything about the car
that was found abandoned
on the road
about ten miles or so
from here?
Heard about it on the radio.
Am I in trouble?
Why would you be in trouble?
Well, there was a man
and a woman that came in here.
Did they have something
to do with it?
I don't know. Uh...
w... what can you tell me
about 'em?
[pen clicks]
What happened right before?
When the window broke?
Yes. What were you thinking?
I was...
I don't know.
Were you thinking about
the bowl?
Were you trying to remember it?
No, I was...
[engine sputtering]
[Lila] I really think
if I could just get
a few things, I can make it run.
Can we go? Please, Bo. Please?
[sighs] Well...
with Ruth being here...
we could use
a little extra water.
- [music playing]
- [indistinct chatter]
I found shelter
From the cold
I found treasures untold
When I found your...
- What can I get you, Officer?
- Nothing, thanks. Uh,
I just have a few questions.
Have a kingdom and a throne
I have a palace of my own
I have greatest
Fortune known
Since I have your love
Everything, I'll ever want
I have when you're with me
- Yes, I love you so...
- [phone ringing]
[answering machine] Please leav
a message after the tone.
[phone clicks]
[phone clicking]
[music playing]
Go. I'm gonna say hey
to Miss Nancy.
- How you doing?
- I'm good. How is it going?
You look good, you look good.
- Got a shipment, huh?
- Yeah, yeah.
It still gets me,
I swear to God.
That's good. That's good.
- Is that all you need?
- Yeah.
[Ruth] God, grant me
the serenity to accept
the things I cannot change...
the courage to change
the things I can,
and the wisdom
to know the difference.
Keep coming back.
It works if you work it.
And you're worth it.
[Bo] Ruth?
Can you come help us?
[music playing]
[Ruth] "Ruth wanted to go down
to the pond today.
I was afraid
after what happened last time.
But there's not much water
left in it,
so I figured there wouldn't be
any people, either.
There's been so little rain
this summer.
Ruth threw a fit that
there wasn't enough for a swim.
She tried to take apart
the water.
She told me
she wanted to make more."
[truck engine sputtering]
Lila's never even been swimming.
Oh. The... the phone rang...
when you were out.
The answering machine came on,
they didn't leave a message.
[phone beeps]
[answering machine]
You have one new message.
One, two, three...
four, five.
[machine clicking]
[Ruth] Hey, I found
some of my old stuff.
- Can I...
- Yeah, come in.
Do you wanna see these?
Now, Lauryn Hill
got pregnant when she was 22.
Lots of people told her
it would ruin her career.
But it only made her better.
She made this.
And the best song on there
is about her kid.
Hey, that's one of Bo's records.
No matter what kind of music
you like, you like Nina.
- That's the rule.
- [chuckles]
And last but not least...
X-Ray Spex.
The lead singer
was Poly Styrene.
And after seeing
the Sex Pistols live,
she decided to form
her own group.
She put an ad in the paper
that just read,
"Looking for young punks
who wanna stick it together."
Hey! You wrote that
in the truck.
You wrote that
in the back of the truck.
Oh. Shit. Yeah.
That was yours, right?
It was.
Bo doesn't know this, but...
I'm fixing it so I could leave.
She thinks
I just like fixing things.
I mean, I do.
I wanna see what's out there.
Didn't you ever wonder
if our abilities
meant something?
Like, we could really...
do something.
We're not superheroes, Lila.
We're just trying to get by.
- But what if there's more?
- Trust me. There's not.
But what if there is
and you just can't see it?
Don't be in such a hurry
to leave, okay?
Why not? You did.
[sighs] Okay.
Bed time.
[car engine revving]
[car door shuts]
Hi, Bonny.
What made you use
our old signal?
She's here, you know.
Oh, I knew it.
Oh, I knew it.
She's at the house.
I... I... Is she okay?
She's working on it.
working on it.
[Bo chuckles]
[lighter clicks]
has she told you anything?
What do you mean?
About a car or,
uh, there was a car on the side
of the road, out by Jimo's,
out on the old highway.
Well, you know me, I...
I can never let a thing go
and I'm just trying
- to figure out...
- What the hell
are you talking about, Dean?
[Ruth] I already told you,
he attacked me
- and I defended myself!
- I told you,
you cannot be putting her
in danger again.
- You think I don't know that?
- I don't believe
- you actually do!
- What's going on?
Are you leaving?
I'm not leaving, all right?
I'm not leaving.
[Bill] We saw a girl in town.
It looked just like her.
I think, uh...
I think it's her family.
I think that's why she's here.
- Now, my men...
- They're not happy.
I just need a little more time.
You left a car with blood
and bullet holes
by the side of the road.
Well, I couldn't just drive
a crime scene into town.
So you just left it there
for them to find?
I'm a scientist, okay?
I sit in a room all day.
I'm collecting data.
Getting her was supposed
to be Joe's job, not mine.
Yeah, well, see, Bill,
that's precisely the point.
- You had her and you lost her.
- [sighs]
They're running out of patience.
We have never
been this close before.
You have to make them
You... you saw our research,
This woman can cause
tectonic plates to shift.
Plates that have never moved
Do you realize what that means?
She can affect the energy
of the Earth.
And they're running out
of patience
because I needed backup?
[door squeaks open]
[door shuts]
The first time
I left this house...
I met your father.
My mother wouldn't even...
take me to town with her
when she went.
one day, I snuck out.
Got as far
as the edge of Garrison...
and stopped at the candy store.
I could not believe
that there was a room
somewhere in the world
that was full of candy.
[both chuckle]
I just stood there
staring in the window.
He was across the street
with his father, you know,
where the old hardware store
used to be.
Came over.
Bought me a piece of...
- blueberry taffy.
- [truck engine sputtering]
And he walked with me
just for a little.
We did that almost
every Saturday for a year...
until my mother found out.
When she did...
even this front yard
was off limits.
But enough time went by
and she lowered her guard.
I saw him again.
We came up with a secret signal.
We'd meet
at the high school track...
in the middle of the night.
[truck engine sputtering]
By the time mother
caught on again...
I was pregnant with you.
I don't wanna mess it up
this time.
We're all just doing
the same thing
over and over again
hoping that someone
will get it right.
[truck engine revving]
Oh, my... You did it! [laughs]
Oh, my God. I can't...
Let me see that.
I told you if you did it,
you can have it.
I am so proud of you.
- Come here.
- Technically, it's my truck.
So I'm the only one
who can give it to you.
And... I guess you can have it.
What're those?
Yes, I'm aware of that.
But where'd they come from?
I found them.
In the shed.
Those tools are new, Lila.
You've never lied to me.
How'd you get them
out of the store?
Did you have something
to do with this?
- What? No.
- She didn't do anything.
This is not what our abilities
are for.
Then what are they for?
What's the fucking point?
Go inside now. Both of you. Now.
What's going on?
What are you doing here, Dean?
Don't worry, Bonnie,
I'm not here to take her in.
[Bo] If you're not here
to take her in,
then why are you here?
There's a lot more to it
than I told you last night.
They know, Bonnie.
They know.
They've been following her
for months.
It's something about doing tests
on you.
They've tracked you to town.
You need to go.
There's not much time.
If I'd have told you,
would you have let me stay?
Why are you helping us?
She doesn't know?
this is my dad.
Your grandfather.
Hey, you, uh...
you know about
your mom's seizures, right?
Well, wh... when they started
it was dangerous
for all of us to live in town.
So your Bo
decided it was best that she
and your mom move out here.
Back to the house
that Bo grew up in.
That's why
we haven't been together.
- Take me with you.
- Lila.
- Please!
- Lila.
Please. Please.
You know how I told you
I was sick?
I'm a drug addict, Lila.
I was so messed up,
I don't even know
who your father is.
I got sober
when you were born and...
for a while the seizures
didn't happen
and I thought maybe...
you'd fixed me.
But then...
one morning...
it came back.
So you left me. Now you're just
gonna leave me again?
Our abilities mean shit,
Lila! All right?
There is nothing out there!
It's just a horrible place
full of horrible people!
- [truck door shuts]
- [truck engine revving]
Come here, sweetheart.
Come here.
Just go!
All of you!
[sighs] Shit, shit, shit.
[engine sputtering]
[rattlesnake rattling]
[baby crying]
- Where are they?
- Ruth, what are you doing here?
- You should be gone.
- Where are they?
- Your mother's on her way here.
- And Lila?
Those men came to the house
looking for you.
Where's Lila?
- They took her to the station.
- What?
When they came to the house,
she used her abilities.
She thought
she could make them
stop looking for you.
You can't go, Ruth.
They've taken it over.
Your mother's there now.
She will be here soon,
and we just have to wait.
You know,
in case you're wondering, um...
you know, after you left,
I sold the body shop...
and I became a sheriff.
I figured it was the best way
to... [sighs]
...take care of you all and...
maybe even find you.
Whenever there was a case
of a woman gone missing, it's...
it's always you.
I've been doing it for so long
I can't remember
when it started. [scoffs]
How did you know
it was me this time?
A bartender,
out at the place near Valley's.
She said you were sober.
Is that right?
- Dean, you gotta get...
- Mom.
- Ruth, what are you doing here?
- Where's Lila?
They won't let me see her.
- You've gotta go.
- I can't.
- Ruth?
- I saw the colors.
- What?
- I did. [panting]
I saw them.
Right after I left.
You were right that someone
could take apart the sky.
But it's not Simona.
I'm gonna get Lila.
- No.
- It's okay. Mom,
- No.
- it's okay. It's okay.
I'm in control.
I started to have a seizure
but I stopped it.
I'm in control now.
For so long, I was haunted
by the pipes breaking
and the walls and the water
I couldn't remember her face.
I'm not scared anymore.
Bonnie, we gotta go after her.
I know you think we might
not be able to stop those men,
- but we gotta try.
- You don't understand.
All these years of hiding...
wasn't just because of Ruth.
I'm not afraid
that I can't stop these men.
I'm afraid I can.
[car engine revving]
[engine shuts off]
[thunder rumbling]
[rain pattering]
- [door opens]
- [man] Holy shit!
[men mumbling]
[man 2] What have we got?
What's going on?
- It's her.
- Hands in the air!
- Okay, give me a minute here.
- Put your hands up.
- Give me a minute.
- Don't move.
- Can we just...
- Let us handle this, sir.
She doesn't have a weapon.
Please, ma'am,
I don't want these men to...
[man 3] What're you doing, Bill?
What're we waiting for?
It will be better for you
if you cooperate.
- [man 4] Hey!
- [man 3] Don't move. Don't move.
[indistinct chattering]
- [man 3] The hell's going on?
- [man 4] I don't know, man.
It will be better for you
if you cooperate.
They're children.
You don't want them.
Take me instead.
that's not what we planned.
No, I know, but they'll just
keep coming after us.
They'll always come after us,
I'm done hiding.
You're going to let them go.
I'm going to stay here with you.
And if you listen,
I'll tell you everything.
I have a gift.
It was passed down to me
by my mother,
and her mother before her.
We've stayed hidden
because anytime
we came into the light,
someone tried to take us,
to hurt us.
But that time is over now.
You're scared
because the world is dying
and you don't know
how to stop it.
But I do.
A new world is coming.
This is only the beginning.
- Give this to your mother.
- She came back?
For you.
You're not coming.
No, sweetheart...
but don't worry.
They can't hurt me now.
[Lila sniffs]
- I love you, Bo.
- I love you, too.
Come on.
[car engine revving]
I know.
I understand. I understand you.
Bo told me to...
What is it?
["Germ Free Adolescents"
I know you're antiseptic
Your deodorant smells nice
I'd like to get to know you
You're deep frozen
Like the ice
He's a germ free adolescent
Cleanliness is her obsession
Cleans her teeth
Ten times a day
Scrub away, scrub away
Scrub away the S.R. way
You may get to touch her
If your gloves are sterilized
Rinse your mouth
With Listerine
Blow disinfectant
In her eyes
He's a germ free adolescent
Cleanliness is her obsession
Cleans her teeth
Ten times a day
Scrub away, scrub away
Scrub away the S.R. way
Her phobia is infection
She needs one to survive
It's her
Built-in protection
Without fear she'd give up
And die
He's a germ free adolescent
Cleanliness is her obsession
Cleans her teeth
Ten times a day
Scrub away, scrub away
Scrub away the S.R. way
He's a germ free adolescent
Cleanliness is her obsession
He's a germ free adolescent
Cleanliness is her obsession
He's a germ free adolescent
Cleanliness is her obsession
He's a germ free adolescent
Cleanliness is her obsession
Cleans her teeth
Ten times a day
Scrub away, scrub away
Scrub away the S.R. way