The Wrong Todd (2018) Movie Script

So you'll be
disoriented at first.
- Just try and land on your feet.
- Okay.
Now, once you're through,
find the lab.
The technician there
will give you a ride to town.
And things will be different?
That's what you paid for.
It's time for a new shirt.
What's wrong with this shirt?
It looks like a zombie
Halloween costume.
I was wearing this
shirt when we met.
And every day since then
by the looks of it.
Sometimes a little change
can be a good thing.
Babe, I have bad news for you.
What's your bad news, babe?
- I plan to be buried in this shirt.
- Oh.
- Yeah.
- Well, then you better hope I die first.
- Doesn't matter, it's in my will.
- Oh, yeah?
- There's nothing you can do.
- Mm-hmm. Yeah?
I have a top-notch
estate planner.
- Oh, you do?
- I haven't told you about that?
- No.
- His name's Wilfred.
Shut up.
- You shut up.
- You shut up.
- You shut up.
- Shut up.
- You haven't told him yet?
- No.
What are you waiting for?
- He's not going to like it.
- Just tell him.
Maybe he'll surprise you.
Are we talking about
the same Todd?
I mean.
- Hey, babe.
- Mm.
- Hey, babe.
- Hey, babe.
- Dave wanted to show you something. Did he find you?
- Uh-oh, what?
Probably a porno mag
or a really cool bug.
- He's not that bad.
- No offense, but your brother is an overgrown man-child.
Check this out, man.
I mean, it is impressive.
Is it, though?
Hey. Hey. Let's go
to that new bar
that they've got, they got the,
they got "Ghostbusters" pinball.
- Man, that's a classic.
- Dude, it's late.
Dude, it's not late, it's nine o'clock.
When was the last time we hung out?
I feel like I haven't
seen Lucy in like a week.
Lucy, tell you boyfriend to stop
being such an ass badger.
Todd, stop being
such an ass badger.
You know about my... it's a condition.
I can't help it.
- What about you, Annie? Playing pinball?
- My name is Abby.
And you're an idiot.
And that's a no?
- Oh, fuck, it was Abby, it was Abby.
- Are you all right to drive?
- Yeah, I'm fine, of course I'm fine, yes.
- Say the alphabet backwards.
- He can't say it forwards.
- All right, so touch your nose.
- I'm fine.
- Touch your nose.
- I'm...
- Touch your nose!
Touch your nose. Okay.
- Touched.
- All right, all right. Just be safe.
Of course I'm going to be safe,
always. What about you?
- Last chance for boys' night.
- Another time.
All right,
well, don't be a stranger.
Go to bed!
So... There's
an opening at work.
- Mm-hmm.
- It's the VP of marketing,
and my boss says the job
is mine if I want it.
That's amazing.
It's in the Seattle office.
Seattle, Washington?
I want to go.
Well, that's going to be
a hell of a commute, babe,
but I mean, if you're committed
I bet you could just,
you know, take...
And I want you to come with me.
You're being serious right now?
I've never even been to Seattle.
Well, you've never
really been anywhere
outside of New England.
That's my point.
Mine, too.
What are you thinking?
I don't want to move.
I like it here.
I like the way things are.
Why are you making that face?
- What?
- I knew you would do this.
Do what?
Cop that bullshit
resistant attitude
- you have all of the time.
- What?
- You didn't even think about it.
- What do you want me to say?
You want me to be
excited by the fact
that my girlfriend is taking
a job across the country
without even talking
to me about it?
Fine, well, I'll pack
my bags tonight.
Let's leave tonight
if that's what you want to do.
Yeah, forget it.
Just forget I asked.
What are you doing?
Are you sleeping me out?
And I'm like, "That's like, it
would be a really long commute"
to go from Providence
to Seattle."
And then all of a sudden, she's
like, "Well, yeah, I'm taking it."
And I'm like, "what are
you talking about?"
How could you take a job
3,000 miles away without
talkin' to me about it?
Hey, man, it sucks, okay.
But I told you, she does this.
She does this all the time.
She doesn't stay put.
She's a restless spirit, or
whatever the hell you want to...
- You son of a bitch!
- I'm trying...
- I'm asking for your help here.
- How? How, are you watching this?
I need your help, I have no...
I don't know what to do.
- What?
- Ever since the two of you got together,
I've noticed a very steep
decline in us hanging out.
What's with that, man? Like, oh,
you come by in the middle of the night.
You want to complain about
my sister. Yeah, that's awesome.
That's real fun, man.
We used to do things, man.
When was the last
time we went fishing?
- Never.
- I rest my case.
You want to go fishing?
Is that what you want?
All right, man,
we'll go fishing.
Good, I'm free Sunday.
All right, dude.
Thanks for your help.
No problem, buddy.
Sunday, right?
We're going to do
this on Sunday?
I need a yes.
Hey, Todd.
Stop it!
Who are you?
I'm you.
You're me?
Well, you're me.
But, but.
You're me.
I'm you.
A slightly thinner you.
Wait, what?
Look, Todd, I have a problem.
And I need your help.
Wait, how is this possible?
It doesn't matter.
It'll all make sense soon.
This is fuckin' weird.
What's your problem?
Lucy, hi.
I miss you.
Been like eight hours.
No, I know.
We should probably
talk when I get home.
I'd like that.
More than anything.
I love you.
I love you, too.
- What happened to you?
- Uh... I'm not sure exactly.
I remember talking to myself,
which, that can't be right.
You need to go to a hospital or?
No, no, I just need to get home.
Where's home?
All right, hop in, guy.
Thank you.
It's not too far, I don't think.
It's this one up
here on the right.
Yeah, thanks.
Thanks again for the ride.
Yeah, get that head checked out.
Lucy, I'm locked out.
What are you doing in my house?
- Your house?
- Well, yeah, it's...
What the fuck is happening?
Dave, thank God.
You got to help me.
Dave, come on.
Something's goin' on here, man.
I talked to myself.
Dave, I know it sounds crazy,
but there's another me.
And now I don't live where
I live, and you have a,
you have a mustache.
Why do you have a mustache?
Dave, Dave, come on, man.
I need your help.
Dave. Thank you.
What'd you do to your head?
- What?
- What did you do to your head?
I think he hit me.
- Who hit you?
- The other me, the other Todd.
Something's goin' on here,
man, and I need your help.
Thank you.
- Ow, ow.
- Stop moving.
Ow, I'm moving because
you're poking it.
Yeah, well, I'm poking it
because you're moving.
You know what? Do it yourself. I don't know
why you didn't just go to the hospital.
Because I came here. Why am I getting
the sense that you don't want me here?
- Really?
- Really.
Todd, I'm not going to
rehash the past with you.
Rehash what?
You are not making any sense.
You haven't made
any sense since I got here.
- I'm not making sense?
- Yes.
I'm the one that's
not making sense.
Maybe you should just go.
Are you serious?
You're serious.
Just let me call Lucy.
Now, how do you
intend to do that?
With a phone, Dave.
A phone would work great.
- Why are you doin' this?
- Doin' what?
- Todd.
- Dave.
- She's gone.
- She's gone? What?
What do you mean she's gone?
She left for Seattle already?
- What are you talking about?
- We just talked about it.
She wouldn't have just
left for Seattle.
Abby. What? Who's the kid?
He's talkin' crazy. He said he wanted to
call Lucy. He thinks she's in Seattle.
Well, obviously he's having some kind
of a mental break. He needs help.
Abby, I have done
everything I could for him.
- He needs to see a doctor.
- I agree with you.
Is there a 24-hour mental
institution I can bring him to?
Lucy would want us to.
Oh, that is...
that is so not fair.
- What are you doing?
- I need today's newspaper.
- Why?
- Because I think I've traveled through time.
No, no, you have not.
- Well, then explain to me what's goin' on.
- You hit your head.
I hit my head,
and now you have a baby?
Where's my baby, Dave?
- Hi.
- It's so good to see you.
Yeah, I don't want to pretend
like nothing happened.
Neither do I.
I see that you're mad.
And I get it.
You do?
Yes, I get it.
You were right.
Oh, you were right.
You were right.
About what?
Right about what?
You were right about everything.
Wait, just,
I need to be more supportive,
- you know, and...
- No, that's not really the point.
No, no, no, listen.
I'm not being very eloquent.
I am committed to you,
100 percent.
To us, to being together.
I'm willing to do whatever
it takes to be with you.
All right, so what
about all the stuff
you said last night?
I wasn't myself
last night is the truth.
So you'll come with me?
Of course I'll go with you.
I'd go anywhere for you.
You have no idea.
- Come here.
- What are we doing?
I don't know, I'm trying to
hold you and dance with you.
So we're going to Seattle.
Yes, Seattle.
Perfect, love Seattle.
How many times do I have
to tell this story?
Just one more time.
And then other me
hit me with a frying pan.
- Okay.
- And now Dave has a baby and a mustache.
- I'm not crazy.
- You have a mild concussion.
A little confusion
is totally normal.
This goes well beyond confusion.
Well, someone's going
to need to watch him
over the next 24 hours.
Can't I just have him committed?
Look, Dave,
I'm not making this up, man.
Dave, stop, listen.
I'm not making this up.
There's something' wrong here.
- I agree with you.
- I don't know what's goin' on, but there's something.
Something' isn't right.
I need your help here.
- Okay.
- All right.
So let me just use
your phone, and call Lucy
- and find out what's goin' on.
- You can't call her.
Why not?
Because she's dead.
Shut up, dude.
- Three years, Todd.
- Stop it.
- It's not funny.
- I know it's not funny.
We've known each other
a long time, right?
- Yeah.
- Yeah, so we should be able to tell
when one of us is being serious?
Lucy has been dead
for two years.
I just saw her.
Look, I get it, you've got
head trauma from whatever.
And you're still coping.
I'm not coping!
Right, sure, right.
I need you to listen
to me, okay?
Just... listen to me.
There is no other you.
Lucy's not in Seattle.
She's gone. Okay?
You've asked me for my help,
and I'm going to do whatever I can, but...
But just consider the possible
that you might be wrong.
That's it.
This isn't right.
I know.
Let's get you home.
Are you coming or what?
Are you crying?
Would that be weird?
Awake already?
What about you?
I always wake up
right before the baby.
What's the deal?
You crazy or what?
She's not supposed to be dead.
I know that feeling.
Why don't you...
why don't you tell me
what happened?
I want to know what happened.
All right.
You guys fought.
She went to go talk to Dave.
Driving fast, it was dark.
Ran off the road.
You can find it on the highway.
Dave was devastated.
I mean, all of us were,
but not like you.
You couldn't let it go.
And we had to, you know?
Dave hated seeing you like that.
We'd all just lost Lucy,
didn't want to lose Todd.
But you were way gone.
Right on cue.
- What's her name?
- Hmm?
The baby,
what's the baby's name?
I didn't even ask.
You're never up before me.
I know, couldn't wait.
Mm, where's this guy been?
You feel skinny.
We're moving to Seattle.
- Both of you?
- That's a weird reaction.
Right, uh, yeah. No, great,
great. That's great.
- Babe, who is it?
- It's Dave.
He didn't tell me you
guys were going fishing.
Hey, dude, congrats.
- Yeah, I didn't realize that you...
- Yeah.
I think I'm going to spend
the day with Lucy today.
- Yeah, yeah.
- Sure, great, great.
- We'll see you soon.
- Meet us at the tavern later to celebrate.
Do you want some dinner?
- I don't think him staying here is such a good idea.
- Take him somewhere familiar.
Maybe you can
snap him out of it.
All right, buddy.
- Come on.
- No, just leave me.
No, come on. Come on,
we can't be on the floor.
Come on.
I got ya, I got ya.
I'm not really
in the going out mood.
Neither am I, but I can't have
you moping around the house
making a bad example
for my daughter, so.
Put something else on.
You look ridiculous.
Hey, buddy.
Cheer up, man.
It's a special occasion.
This is supposed to be fun.
Yeah, I mean,
like I said, congrats, man.
You don't seem too happy for me.
Oh, no, of course I'm happy.
Come on.
Let's have
a good night, all right?
I mean, he's open,
he's romantic,
and now we're going on this
whole new adventure together.
See, I told you.
You should always listen to me.
It's like he's a whole new Todd.
Remember that face
she used to make?
I think it was more like a...
She like,
turns her head and squints her eyes.
- Kind of tightens up her lip.
- That's right.
You always knew if she was
about to set you straight.
Call that the Lucy face.
I know how you feel, man.
I don't think you do.
Oh, I do.
I could've been
a better brother.
I didn't appreciate her
enough while she was here.
All I cared about was
havin' a good time.
I never really knew
what it was like
to lose someone, you know?
You wake up one morning
and everything's different,
like you're in some
shitty parallel universe.
But you can't go back.
We can't hold on to what
things were like, you know?
The sooner that you
come to grips
- with that...
- Wait.
What did you just say?
We can't hold on to
- how things used to be.
- No, no, no.
Before that.
- Things are different now?
- No, no, no, before that.
Todd, I don't know,
what did I say?
The parallel universe thing.
- Todd, that was not the point of that.
- That's it.
- No, Todd.
- I'm in a parallel universe.
Stop it.
- It all makes sense now.
- No.
- Lucy...
- Stop it.
Baby, and the mustache.
Don't! Stop it.
- Other me, he sent me here. He stole my girlfriend.
- Todd.
- He stole my girlfriend.
- Stop being a crazy person.
Don't you understand?
I'm in the wrong universe!
I got to go.
- So when are you guys leaving?
- Two weeks.
Aww. I still can't believe it.
I'm going to miss you so much.
They'll come back.
They always come back.
- We'll see.
- Mm.
Oh, we should have a toast.
Right? That's appropriate.
Todd, good buddy,
how long we been friends?
Long, right? It's been long.
And Lucy, I feel like, God,
I've known you your entire life.
I wish I could say that I
approved of you guys from the beginning,
but I would be lying.
Todd, I think I even told you,
"Don't date my little sister."
Not a joke.
But you did.
You did.
And you're still doing it.
No, you guys are great. I mean,
it's really hard to picture you guys apart,
especially since it just
never happens anymore.
You know?
So, hey, to Todd and Lucy.
Who needs friends
when ya have each other?
Excuse me.
Talk to you outside for a sec?
- What was that about?
- Speakin' my truth, man.
- This is important to her.
- What about what's important to me?
It's like you don't remember
anything we talked about.
What did we talk about?
Maybe how your
relationship to my sister
seems to be more important
than our friendship.
It is, Dave.
What is this?
This isn't you.
This is not you.
Classic Dave.
Always looking after
your own needs.
I thought you'd be different.
What do you mean, "Different?"
From what?
What's this?
This is your apartment.
Maybe other me's apartment,
but it's not mine.
I'm going to tell you now
what I told you then, okay?
If you can't let her go,
I can't do this anymore.
She's not dead.
Dave, come on.
I'm sorry about your Lucy.
Which one is it?
I knew it.
I mean, if he was
that upset about it,
I don't know why he wouldn't
just say something.
Did he say something to you?
- Todd?
- Huh?
Has Dave ever said
anything about this
before tonight's
lovely little speech?
I think he might just be
upset about the fishing trip.
You know, you could have gone.
You didn't have to stay here.
I don't want to get
Dave in trouble.
Tell me.
- No, I...
- Just tell me.
This is really hard to say.
Dave told me that
I had to let you go
if we're going to continue to
be friends, is how he put it.
I mean...
he wouldn't say that.
She's asleep.
I've tried with him.
You know I've tried.
All right, but things are different.
And he needs to learn, okay?
He needs to understand
and he needs to accept it.
Why are you staring at me?
I'm not the problem.
Yeah, fine,
I wasn't there for him.
But he wasn't there for me.
Why do I have to be
the better friend?
You don't know
what you're talkin' about.
No, this isn't fair.
Okay, look, I know
that he came for help.
And I just, I pushed him away.
I get it, I know all this.
I know all this, I know it.
I know, I know, I know.
Oh, God, you are so...
I hate when you're right.
I miss you.
I know.
- Do you miss me?
- I don't even know you're gone.
It's strange here.
I don't like it.
It's not that different.
Yes, it is. Dave's got
a mustache, and you're dead.
Well, that sucks.
You know, it's funny.
You were so scared about going
to another state with me,
and now here you are, stuck in
another universe without me.
- It's not funny.
- It is when you think about it.
I'm thinkin' about it,
and it's not funny.
It is funny.
You want to make out?
We probably shouldn't.
Someone's breaking in.
- What?
- Hide.
Wait, wait, wait!
- Where is it?
- Wait, where, what?
- Where the fuck is it?
- I don't even know what it is.
My lab, you asshole.
- What?
- What did you do with it?
Wait a minute, you're the...
- Where is it?
- It wasn't me, it was him.
It was other me.
I'm going to count to three.
One, two...
Who is this guy?
Todd, what the hell?
What? Dave, what are you doing?
- I'm calling the police.
- No, no, no.
I think I need this
guy to get back.
Just hear me out, man.
Other me followed him
and his machine for months,
just so he could take
my place and send me back here.
It makes perfect sense.
And you know what
the most fucked up thing is?
- I don't.
- Other me stole it
just so, I don't know,
so no one would follow him.
And now this
guy wants to kill me.
That was supposed to make me
think you're not crazy.
This guy has some sort of
motor-home thingy.
All we have do is find out
where this other me,
the other Todd, put it.
- Dude.
- I'm beggin' you here, man.
Please, just consider
the possibility
that I might be right.
You honestly believe this?
I really do.
Okay. I mean...
I guess it can't hurt to look.
Thank you.
- Thank you.
- But if we don't find it,
or if we do and it's some
retired couple's vacation home,
that's it, okay?
We're done, and you
have to accept it.
Okay, all right.
What about him?
We can't leave him here.
What are you doing?
- Keeping an eye on Todd.
- So you're following him.
He's acting different. Don't
tell me you haven't noticed.
I have.
He's not himself.
Yeah, he's mad you, dummy.
And you know, honestly,
I'm a little mad, too.
Okay, so last night, that
didn't really come out right.
Did you tell him that
he had to let me go
or you wouldn't be
friends with him anymore?
No, I didn't say...
- I didn't say exactly that.
- Mm-hmm.
Look, I don't want
you to move either.
I know better than to try to
talk you out of doing anything,
and I just don't want
to lose Todd too.
Dave, no one's dying.
We're just going to be
six hours away by plane.
I know, that is just like you.
You just come in here and you
steal my friend away from me.
Oh, my God, okay, that
is not what's happening.
Then why is he acting weird?
Maybe try taking a good
look at yourself for once,
and stop staking out my house.
No. Something's up.
I need you to leave.
- Dude.
- Dave.
- Luce.
- Dave.
I am so mad at you right now.
- Fine.
- I'm telling mom.
Go ahead.
What are you doing
all the way out there?
- Looking for an RV.
- What RV?
- Why?
- He says it can send him...
send him back to
his own universe.
This is not what I had in mind
when I said he needed help.
Look, some stuff has happened.
I don't know.
What if this is true?
- Dave.
- I know, I know, it's just...
God, God, he really
believes this.
I mean, come on. If I woke up
one morning and you were gone,
I'd want my best friend's help.
Are you silently admiring
what a great friend I am?
Yeah, something' like that.
Where to next?
I don't know, it's this map.
Do you think this is
a road or a coffee stand?
You son of a bitch!
Damn it.
He looks mad.
Yeah, he... yeah. Mm-hmm.
- Maybe you should talk to him.
- No, I'm good.
All right,
maybe I'll talk to him.
Yes, absolutely, do that.
Just give me two seconds.
Just hear me out.
All right?
What I was trying
to say before was,
I'm not the Todd you're
lookin' for, all right?
Other Todd stole your
motor home, not me.
This other Todd, all right?
He sent me here so
he could steal my girlfriend.
But, well, I was a jerk to her.
And I have to get back.
All right? So we're
looking for your lab.
And once we find it,
which we will, right, Dave?
Oh, yeah, mm-hmm.
Oh, yeah, yes, yes. Absolutely.
Then maybe we could untie you.
And then you could
shoot me back.
I wouldn't.
What do you mean?
Well, if you untie me,
I have to kill the both of you.
So I wouldn't.
- Hello?
- Did you get my message?
- No.
- What about my text?
- No.
- I sent you an email.
- Dave, what is it?
- Todd didn't go to work today.
He's just been walkin'
around all day.
Did you follow him
after I specifically
told you not to?
- When have you ever known Todd to play hooky?
- Shouldn't you be at work?
Now he's just sittin' at this
restaurant, with flowers.
Luce, I think
he's havin' an affair.
I mean, that would
explain all the...
Dave, I am meeting him there.
- Oh.
- Okay, just go home.
This is getting ridiculous.
- Oh, shit.
- What?
- Hey!
- Whoa, hey, buddy.
- Why are you following me?
- What? No, what?
Just a coincidence.
Twice in one day?
Why are you following me?
Something's up with you, man.
You're acting different,
way different.
People don't just
change over night.
Something's up, and I'm going
to figure out what it is.
Stay away from me!
- I'm going to figure out what's going on.
- You don't understand.
I don't understand.
- Todd!
- See, Todd wouldn't do this,
- you son of a bitch.
- Todd, what the hell?
What are you doing?
Dave, Dave!
What is your deal?
He started it.
Wake up.
What is this?
It's a junkyard, you idiot.
I thought it might be a good
place to find the motor home.
Hey, man.
I got to go to the bathroom.
You're kidding?
- Right now?
- No, not right now.
If you want, I can turn the
back seat into a porta potti,
- and then we can go.
- Nope, nope, we'll go.
We'll go.
So, um...
is this real?
Are you a parallel universe guy?
I don't know what
you're talkin' about.
Well, that whole,
the motor home and Todd and...
You mean my fucking house?
Your little buddy over
there stole it from me,
which is grand theft auto,
my friend.
I mean, come on,
you didn't actually believe
that crazy story
he cooked up, did you?
You ask me, your friend
is absolutely nuts.
Look, I am not trying
to excuse his behavior,
but maybe if you
made the first move,
you guys could bury the hatchet.
- He started it.
- We are leaving very soon.
And I just... can't we just go
back to the way things were?
- I don't think that's going to be possible.
- Why not?
- I have a theory.
- What's your theory?
- You're not going to like it.
- What's your theory, Dave?
I don't think that's Todd.
That's as far as I got.
Oh, God, you worry me
so very much.
He's skipping work.
He's attacking friends, me.
He's moving.
Lucy, he's moving. Todd has
never been west of Connecticut,
and that was just over
the border and by accident.
That is not Todd.
- This was a mistake.
- No, no, no, no.
No, no. I have known him
way longer than you have.
That is not Todd, not Todd!
- You can't be serious.
- I am 100 percent serious.
Test him if you don't believe me.
- Ask him something only Todd would know.
- That's crazy.
- You'll see.
- You're crazy.
I am not crazy.
I'm not crazy.
All right, I got a good
feelin' about this.
Yeah, maybe we
should just call it.
I just need a little more time.
Todd, we've been at this
all day and all night.
We can't look in every literal
junk pile in the state.
We can, I just, I just
need a little more time.
- I asked him.
- What?
He says he has no idea
what you're talking about.
And you believed him?
Are you serious?
Todd, let's just drop
him off some place.
Come back home with me.
You can stay with Abby and I for a while.
- We'll get this all sorted out.
- What? No.
- Dude.
- No!
Get in the car.
I want to show you something.
- Where were you?
- I was at Dave's,
to apologize for my boyfriend,
who, quite frankly,
has been acting more than
a little crazy lately.
And you know,
maybe I'm partly to blame.
I know I sprung
this move on you,
and I was a little rigid.
But you know,
that is not an excuse
to go full-tilt nutso on me.
You're right.
I am.
No, I mean, you're right.
I haven't been fair to Dave.
You've been an asshole to Dave.
I've been a huge,
flaming asshole to Dave.
Yeah, and now
he's got all these ideas
about you not being you and...
Look, I don't even
know what that means.
Tomorrow, I'm going
to go talk to him,
and I'm going to
set things right.
Because we're leaving,
and I want to
leave on the right foot.
- Because you're right.
- Yeah, look...
I appreciate everything
you've been doing
and how hard you've
been working,
but just...
Don't go changing
completely on me, okay?
You got it.
- Let's go to bed.
- Yeah.
I believe that this
is real for you,
but you have to try to face
the world without her.
I can't.
Come on.
Holy shit.
Holy shit, holy shit.
Holy shit.
Holy shit!
We found it.
Holy shit.
Holy shit.
Get the guy.
You believe me now?
This is either
the most elaborate prank
in history of ever
or you were tellin' the truth.
Either way,
I got to see how this turns out.
It wasn't fair to you.
I don't know what got over me.
I think I was just
under a lot of pressure,
thinking that I'd lost Lucy.
But I've come to my senses now,
and I, really,
I want to apologize.
I wasn't treating you like
a friend should treat a person.
And for that, I'm sorry.
Well, I probably shouldn't have
been following you anyway.
That is true.
Why don't we put this
whole thing behind us?
I think that's a good idea.
You know, for a while there, I was afraid this
was going to turn out just like Montreal.
Yeah, but it's all good, man.
- Did you ever find your passport?
- Yeah.
Yeah? Where was it?
It was in my bag the whole time.
- No shit.
- The entire time.
You were so mad.
I know. I know.
I was wrong about that, too.
I've never been to Montreal.
And neither have you.
I want to let it go, Dave.
But you just had
to have it your way.
The funny thing is...
Is that the Dave I know would have
never put up such a fuss over me.
What'd you say to Lucy?
I told her you're not Todd.
I told her that you're not Todd!
I told her that you're not Todd.
But I am Todd.
And I'm a better Todd for her
than your Todd ever was.
Except you're an insane person.
I really wish
people would stop saying that.
I'm not an insane person.
I did this for her.
I did this because I love her.
What did you do with him?
I think he's fine.
But... the bigger
problem here is,
I can't have you messin'
things up for me
and Lucy... here.
Tell her there was
a misunderstanding,
and that we worked it all out
and nothing else.
Hey, Lucy, it's Dave.
Just wanted to call to tell you
that, you know, Todd came by.
We worked it all out. It was
just a big misunderstanding.
So if I don't see you
before you go,
you know, have a great tri...
Hey, it's Dave, uh,
Leave me a message.
Fuck. Hey, hey, baby.
- Hey, Todd.
- Hi, everything's, uh,
everything's good, just a little...
- Wait, wait.
- Have you heard from Dave? -Busy right now, let me,
let me call you back.
- All right, come on.
- Hey, tut-tut, tut-tut, tut-tut.
What is this?
What are you doin' here?
- Look, I need this guy sent out now. I have cash.
- Oh, you have cash.
- I haven't caught a jumper in days.
- A what?
You show up wanting your
double gone, which is fine.
I don't know your life,
it's none of my business.
But ever since then, I haven't
had anyone come through.
And personally, I think you
had something' to do with it.
How many times am I going
to have to do this?
God damn it.
- It was the other Todd.
- He stole your lab.
I wouldn't steal from you.
I would never steal from you.
Do you think I don't hear this
bullshit excuse all the time?
It wasn't me,
it was the other me.
But you've got the wrong Todd.
Listen to me.
It doesn't matter! It doesn't matter,
because now I have to kill you.
- No, you don't.
- Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, I do.
No, no, you don't.
I don't want to argue
about this, all right.
Come on, outside. Blood's bad
- for the machines.
- You don't have to kill us.
- Yes, I do.
- No, listen to me. Just listen to me.
- Sorry I got us into this, man.
- No, it's my fault.
If I had just helped you instead
of telling you to move on.
It's not your fault. I'm sorry, I
just, I wanted to get back to Lucy.
Oh, God, shut up. Who's first?
- I was being selfish.
- I'm the selfish one.
- Ah, to hell with it, mustache!
- Wait a minute, Dave has a baby!
Why'd you tell me that, hmm?
Why? Now I got to think
about his kid's face
- while I bash his skull in.
- Let Todd go!
He's not the one you want.
Guy, I'm not lettin' anybody go!
The Todd that stole your lab,
he's still out there.
And like I told you before,
I don't believe you.
- So...
- But what if it's true?!
He's still out there.
He thinks he got away with it.
I mean, he's laughing at you.
Why take the risk, right?
Send him back.
He'll get other Todd for you.
I'll stay as collateral.
He thinks he won.
Don't you just want
to smash his stupid face in?
- Dave.
- Shut up.
So you're willin'
to bet your life
that he doesn't just disappear?
He wouldn't do that.
All right, back inside.
- What?
- What?
You want to go back or not?
You shouldn't have done that.
Well, if I didn't we'd
both be dead, so save it.
What if I can't send him back?
There's always plan B.
- You're the man.
- I am the man.
Hey, hey, hey, hey.
Come on.
Don't move.
And you,
you've got 'til sundown.
Or else. [IMITATES
Say hi to Lucy for me.
Low power?
Yes, yes.
Don't move.
It was just
a big misunderstanding.
So, um, if I don't see you
before you go, you know,
have a great tri...
It sounds normal to me.
Yeah, but the way that it
just ends, and his tone.
His tone is weird.
I don't know him very well,
but based on his behavior
the other night?
Yeah, but that wasn't like him.
Something was going on.
Yeah, maybe.
No, I mean, yeah.
But, look...
Dave has this theory
that Todd isn't Todd.
That it's an impostor.
Lucy, that's ridiculous.
Who else could it be?
I don't know, but...
something is different.
Todd is different.
I thought that was a good thing.
It is.
I mean, it was, but...
something just isn't right.
Well, I'm going to go.
It was nice to see you, Todd.
It was nice to see you, too.
Hey, babe.
How are ya?
How'd it go with Dave?
It went really well.
It's good, I think we
really worked it out now.
Really? 'Cause I got kind of
a strange message from him.
I have a surprise for you.
We're goin' to Seattle.
I know.
No, no, wait.
No, no, no, we're, we're,
We're goin' tonight.
I'm not going to wait to spend
the rest of my life with you.
It starts tonight.
Do you remember that
fight we had last week?
I never apologized to you.
No, no, there's...
- You don't need to.
- It's just, I really love you in that shirt.
I know you do.
It's okay.
Go pack a bag.
Hey, it's Dave, uh.
Leave me a message.
Hi, Dave, it's me.
Just please call me back
as soon as you get this.
I think you might be right.
I just, I want to make
sure you're okay.
So just, please,
please, call me back.
Shit, shit, shit.
Babe, you okay?
Yeah, yeah.
Yeah, I'm fine. I just, I
stubbed my toe on the radiator.
- Want some ice or something?
- No, thank you.
What the fuck.
Lucy, oh, my God.
Here, come on.
- I thought I'd never see you again.
- Shh.
Okay, what is happening?
- I was in a parallel universe.
- What?
And the other me, a parallel me,
he sent me here so he could take my place.
- Oh, you can't be serious.
- If I'm not serious, then why are there two Todds?
Okay, okay, okay.
It was terrible.
But Other Dave was there.
And he helped me,
and now I'm back.
And we have to send
Other Todd back,
or Dave, Other Dave,
he's in trouble.
- Do you know what I'm saying?
- No.
Okay, in case anything happens,
I need you to know
that you were right.
I'm sorry, I do have
a fucking bullshit
- resistant attitude.
- No, no, no. I shouldn't have pushed you.
Of course I want to
go with you, of course I do.
I just, I need to get
out of my own way.
This is something we should
have decided together.
I needed to realize
how important it was to you.
And honestly, what a small
sacrifice it is to go somewhere
- that's really still in this universe.
- Todd.
It wasn't until I saw what the
world would be like without...
Okay, Todd, Todd.
I love you, too,
but I need you
to shut up right now.
Because I think something
happened to Dave.
- Our Dave, what happened?
- All I know is that he went to see him,
and now Dave is not
answering his phone.
I know exactly what happened.
We need to get Other Todd
back to the lab.
I swear to God, you are not
making any sense right now.
I'm going to call you in five
minutes. Pretend I'm Dave.
Trust me.
- Okay.
- Okay.
Talkin' to someone?
I left a message for Dave.
I just wanted to
let him know the good news.
Oh. That's nice.
Oh, hey, Dave.
Yeah, he's here, why?
Oh, no.
Hey, buddy, what's goin' on?
Dave, you all right?
Okay. Yeah.
Yeah, no problem.
All right, just stay there.
He's wasted. I guess he had
too many drinks at the bar.
I'm going to go pick him up,
take him home.
- Let me come with you.
- No, no, no, no.
I got it, I'm good.
You, uh...
Someone's got to pack, so.
Oh, shit.
I can explain.
I wish someone would.
Listen, I know this looks bad.
But I did this for you.
Okay, so you impersonated
my boyfriend
and kidnapped my brother for me?
Okay, I may be guilty of
a little light kidnapping.
But I am Todd.
I'm Todd Plus.
I'm better than Other Todd.
- You're Other Todd!
- You're Other Todd!
All right, all right.
Yes, you might be more
passionate than Todd,
and slightly thinner.
But you, you're not Todd.
I did this to be,
I did this to be with you again.
What do you mean?
You didn't tell her?
I was going to...
I was going to tell you.
Lucy, I did this because,
where I'm from,
I lost you.
You died.
And I had to be with you.
That's, uh...
that's really sweet.
But you didn't do this for me.
No, I did it to be,
I did it to be with you.
That's not the same thing.
I am really sorry
about what happened.
- Lucy.
- But I'm not her.
No, you, you are her.
No, I'm not.
You need to go back.
- Hey, bro.
- Holy shit.
A little help here?
Jesus Christ.
Have you been there
the whole time?
Mm, I should have
listened to you.
I was right.
You were right.
I'm really glad
you and Todd are together.
Yeah, Other Todd's an asshole.
So they're ready
in there if you want to...
I don't know,
say goodbye or whatever.
Do you think that's appropriate?
Hey, Lucy?
Did you sleep with him?
Not a good time.
I get it, not a good time.
Damn it!
You're the...
Ow, damn it.
- What about ice cream? Is it all the same flavors?
- Yes.
- What about the sky?
- It's blue.
Do dogs bark, do birds swim?
Do fish fly? What, like...
- Did you just ask if birds swim?
- What was this other me like?
Is he insane, too?
'Cause you were insane.
No, no.
He was a good guy.
Yeah, he was like you
but smarter.
Oh, you are such an asshole.
- But he did have a mustache.
- Yeah?
- That was different.
- Really?
Mm-hmm, yeah.
What do you think?
You think I should grow one?
I didn't say it looked good.
Oh, shit, I missed
the fishing trip.
No, I get it.
Circumstances and everything.
- Yeah.
- What are you doin' tomorrow?
- Fishing?
- Yep.
Oh, hey, Dave.
- Yeah?
- You know Abby, right?
Yeah, Lucy's cute
friend that hates me?
That's, that's pretty funny.
Why is that funny?
- See ya later, man.
- Todd.
Why is that funny?
I have no idea what's going on.
Yes, I do see here that
it says nonrefundable tickets.
But it's a funny story,
'cause I actually,
I didn't book the tickets.
Yes, that's me.
No, I didn't change my mind.
I didn't,
like I said, I know it's...
It's a long story.
All right, thank you.
So they don't take
the whole twin
- from another universe excuse?
- No.
No, they didn't, but now we
have a 2,500 dollar credit, so.
I got offered a job in Seattle.
- I know.
- No, Todd, we're starting over.
Oh, okay. Sorry.
I was offered a job in Seattle.
What do you think?
I think that's a swell
opportunity, Luce.
- You think we should go?
- I'm glad you asked.
I think we should make
a quick pro, con list.
- Terrific idea.
- Great.
Pro, Providence.
We'd get to see
your brother more.
Con, Providence, we'd have
to see my brother more.
Okay, great, those cancel out.
Pro, Providence.
Oh, did I mention that
Dave and Abby are married
- in the parallel universe?
- No.
Yes, yeah, that's entirely true.
That's a distant universe.
Read it.
What? You want me to
read you the book?
Read it.
So once upon a time,
there was a little boy
who went to a parallel universe.
And then he tried
to get the girl.
And then things don't work out
as he had planned.
But it all kind of
works out in the end, so...