90210 s03e04 Episode Script

The Bachelors

Previously on 90210: Peter and I have been trying to conceive for the past few years.
- We'd like to buy your eggs.
- I'm sorry.
What? I think it's best that we just end things.
I'm pregnant.
You're not pregnant.
Stay away from my son.
There's ten songs in here that are gonna be huge hits.
Pretending you wrote a song you stole from a dead man.
- Okay, well, that's not - I have a recording of Javier singing it six months ago.
- Stay away from me.
- I'm not gonna tell anybody that we hooked up.
Cannon did not reject me.
He raped me.
Naomi, hey.
Hey, what'd you take, huh? Hey, look at me.
What happened? You fell asleep again.
Wow, having people shove tubes down your throat and suck out your insides really takes it out of you.
Well, the doctor said I could take you home when you woke up.
Well, yeah, now that he's had his fun.
I feel disgusting.
And I look like a Cullen.
You look good.
Brought you some clothes.
- Here you go.
- Oh.
Thank you.
So how you feeling? Silver, I told you, it was an accidental overdose.
I was having trouble sleeping and I took some pills.
I can't believe this happened.
And I can't believe that you've been going through this alone.
I'm sorry I didn't believe you.
Given the circumstances, I probably wouldn't have believed me either.
You have to do something.
You have to come forward.
I just wanna put it behind me.
I don't see that happening.
I mean, look at you.
What? You said I looked good.
I'm serious.
The worst part about this whole ordeal was not having anyone to talk to.
Now that you're here, it makes all the difference, really.
Just don't tell anyone, okay? - Hey, I don't - Please.
Promise me.
I promise.
- You like this shirt? - Mm-hm.
You don't think the collar's too big? No, I mean it's cool, right? Because Annie looked at me and she said I looked like a turtle.
Then I looked in the mirror and I said: "If that's a turtle, it's the flyest turtle I've ever seen.
" - I think I'm ready.
- Ready for what? Dude, come on.
Don't make me say it.
Really? Yeah, what? You're acting all surprised.
No, no, no, I'm not.
But I'm I guess I am.
I mean, what made you decide? I don't know, Dixon, you're an all right guy, and we love each other and, you know, blah, blah, blah.
- Yeah, never mind.
- No.
Ivy, look, it's cool.
All right? It's actually awesome.
Because I'm ready too.
- Really ready.
Ha, ha.
- Oh, whatever.
It's the shirt.
Got you all hot and bothered.
I know it.
Shut up.
- Who's that? - Uh - It's nobody.
- Nobody? What? Hi, Dixon.
What are you doing here? I really need to talk to you.
About what? You're pregnant again? Okay, look, I know that you think I don't wanna hear it, Sasha.
You're a liar, you're crazy, and I just want you to stay the hell away from me.
So, what did "nobody" want? Um She's actually an ex-girlfriend.
- I mean, she doesn't go here.
- No, she's older.
Well, how long were you guys dating? Can we not talk about it? She's not even worth the breath.
That's cool.
- Hey.
- What's up? Oh, not much.
What, uh, were you guys talking about? Oh, just stuff for the benefit this weekend.
- It's really coming together.
- Good.
- There's Ade.
See you in class, okay? - Okay.
Victor, if you could call me as soon as possible, I really, really need to talk to you.
Okay, bye.
- Everything okay? - Um, yeah.
- That was just business stuff.
- Okay.
So, what was this incredibly important question you wanted to ask me? Well, ahem, you know how the breast cancer benefit I'm organising is this weekend.
And the guys have agreed to participate in our bachelor auction.
Oh, yeah, Navid's told me.
He's been giving me Zoolander all morning.
Unh! I was really afraid of that.
Ha, ha.
Anyway, I was hoping since you're now a huge YouTube star, and the biggest celebrity I know, that you'd sing the song from Javier's memorial.
I mean, I don't wanna take advantage of our friendship or anything.
- I just thought - No, no, no.
I'd love to perform.
I'd rather sing a different song if that's cool.
That one brings up some really bad memories of the accident.
Yeah, of course.
I'm sorry, I didn't, um Whatever you wanna sing.
- I wouldn't miss it.
- Ugh! - You're the best.
- Ha, ha.
"If music be the food of love, play on; Give me excess of it, that, surfeiting, The appetite may sicken, and so die.
" - What? - Ha, ha.
I've just never had anyone read Shakespeare to me on a date before.
- Is it working? - It is working.
Yeah? - Wait till I break out the Molière.
- Ah.
Well, we'd need a hotel room for that.
Oh, I'm sorry.
Uh - Hello? - Annie.
Hi, it's Katherine.
I heard you missed a couple days of work last week and I just wanted to make sure everything was okay.
Oh, yeah, no, I'm sorry.
I just got busy.
I realise I put you in an incredibly awkward position.
And I totally understand why you wouldn't wanna sell me your eggs.
I just hope you're still comfortable enough to keep the internship.
You're doing a great job and we love having you.
- No, I am.
Um, I really like the job.
- Great.
- So we'll see you Wednesday? - Yeah, see you then.
What was that? Nothing.
I just missed a couple days of work.
Sorry about that.
Oh, no, it's okay.
Unfortunately, I gotta go though.
Alas alack.
I'll try to stop by after class tomorrow.
Through yonder door I'll knock.
I would like that.
Farewell until the night.
- What? - The hell Liam.
I said you could crash.
I didn't say I'd be your valet.
What's going on? Well, Liam's gonna be staying in my room for a couple of days until he finds a new place to live.
Mom said it was cool, if it's cool with you.
- Ahem.
- Cool.
- I'll stay out of your way.
- No, no, you don't have to.
It's fine.
I mean, if you need a place to stay, you should stay.
Please, Victor, I am truly sorry for what I did.
I promise I will never perform that song again.
On the contrary, you will perform it many more times.
- What do you mean? - Well, I'm your manager now.
And as your manager, I suggest we strike while the iron is hot.
- I'm not really sure I need a manager.
- You absolutely do.
Oh, and instead of the usual ten percent, I'll be taking 50 percent of your earnings.
If you're not happy with these terms, you know, we can go our separate ways.
Of course, I'd be forced to tell the press how you stole your song from my beloved dead nephew.
But, listen, maybe you'll bounce back.
Look at Milli Vanilli.
I understand the one that didn't OD is doing quite well.
You can be my manager.
Oh, that's great.
Hey, listen, I even booked your first gig.
Saturday night, birthday party for a bigwig A & R guy.
So wear something short and tight.
I can't do it this Saturday.
I'm performing at a cancer benefit.
- It's a favour for a friend.
- Oh, okay, sure.
As long as that favour comes with, uh, major exposure and a $10,000 paycheque.
- What? - Ten G's, baby.
- That's what this gig pays.
- But this is for charity.
Let me explain something to you, sweetheart.
You work for me now.
I'm not in the charity business.
I'm in the moneymaking business.
And you're gonna be my number one moneymaker.
- Perfect.
- Mm-hm.
Okay, I'm really loving this, but it's gotta be, like, twice this size.
And way less glitter on the word "breast.
" - Just, it feels weird.
- Okay.
Hey, honey, um, they ran out of lights for the centerpieces.
Oh, I told them to double the order yesterday.
So I went out and I got some more.
- Thank you.
- No problem.
- Hey, Silver.
- Hey.
Oh, I have something to show you.
We just got these printed up.
You're the headliner.
Cool, right? I hear that's how Rihanna got her start.
Okay, I made that up, but it could be true.
- It looks nice.
- Yeah.
And it's almost completely sold out.
I'm talking about standing room only, except for you.
Our headliner will have her chair.
Listen, I have kind of an awkward question for you.
I was wondering if I would be able to get paid for singing? What? I know it's a charity thing, but maybe you could scrape together something, you know.
Like $10,000.
Are you serious? No, Ade, I can't pay you.
Look around, everyone's volunteering.
I know, and I'm so sorry.
I feel so bad.
It's just I have another job that does pay, and my manager is insisting.
So there's no way? No.
There's no way.
Then I guess I can't do it.
Hey, have you seen my earrings? - Hmm? - Oh, there they are.
Oh, wait, excuse me.
These are my earrings.
Yeah, but they look so much cuter on me.
Ha, ha.
- How's the job hunt going? - Mm.
So different from the last time I looked.
I mean, there are so many great websites to search on.
Although femalehotjobs.
com, tsk, not the kind of work I'm looking for.
Ha, ha.
So do you think you're gonna find something? Oh, yes, yes, yes.
Preferably something that doesn't require me to wear latex.
- Okay, gross image.
Thank you.
- Ha, ha.
That's Charlie.
Can you let him in? I gotta finish getting ready.
- Yeah, go, go.
- Thank you.
What's Annie up to? Um Actually, she's seeing this guy.
They're going out on a date tonight.
- Is that cool with you? - Yeah, I don't care.
Who is he? I don't know.
I haven't met him.
I think he's in college, UCLA.
Their football team sucks.
Ah, good for her.
I think I want something to drink.
You want something to drink - from the kitchen? - Uh, no, I'm Good.
- Okay, have a good time.
- Thanks.
We will.
- Do you have a second? - What's up? I think I'm ready to sleep with Dixon.
I'm really glad you're coming to talk to me about this first.
Second, actually.
I already talked to the UPS guy.
He thinks I should definitely go for it.
This is a big step.
Have you really thought it through? Yeah.
I always knew I wanted my first time to be with someone I loved, and I know it sounds really corny and everything - No, no, it's not corny.
- No, it sounds corny.
But it's okay.
Dixon makes me a little corny in a good way.
And I'm ready.
I just don't What? Like, remember when I first started surfing, how I'd wipe out and I'd eat sand? I really don't wanna eat sand.
- Babe - No, Dixon has all this experience because he dated this older woman, and I don't know, I just really don't wanna suck at it.
You won't.
Just be there.
Don't over think.
Don't judge.
Just be there.
- Stop looking at me like that.
- Ha, ha.
So do you have protection? No.
I thought he does that.
You should always bring protection.
You just never know.
Let's see.
Okay, I have lubricated, not lubricated, ultra thin, - Oh, my God.
- extra ribbed, extra strength - Okay, you know what? - super thin, mint.
I've got glow in the dark.
Thank you so much for agreeing to do this.
The bachelor auction is gonna be the highlight of the night.
And we are gonna raise a ton of money.
Who's gonna buy you tomorrow night, Navid, your mom or your dad? Actually, your mom has put in a pretty large, uh, preemptive bid.
Okay, okay, listen up.
All right? I really wanna start the auction with a bang, so I thought we could open with a little dance number.
- You serious? - Dancing? - No way.
- I think that's too Hey, guys.
Hey, come on, you guys.
Chill out.
Come on.
- We'll do it.
- Hold up.
What kind of dance? I mean, because I can do a pretty mean worm.
- Oh, yeah, you can, buddy.
- Let's see it.
Go, do it.
Oh! Okay, okay, no worm.
No worm.
Stop the worming.
Sit down.
This is what I'm thinking.
No worms, but, um, how about a group dance? Choreographed.
- Yeah, right.
- Sorry I'm late.
- Oh.
- Speaking of This is your choreographer, lan.
Hey, Dixon.
- You up? - No.
Annie should be home by now.
Maybe you should call her.
You know, make sure she's okay.
I would, but we've already established that I'm fast asleep.
Now shut up and go to bed.
Come on, man.
How well do you know this guy she's dating? There.
See? She's home.
It's a miracle.
Now go to sleep.
I think I need a glass of water.
Oh, sorry.
- Oh, hey, uh, I didn't realise - Just getting a drink of - You go ahead, it's fine.
- I can leave.
- You first.
- Thanks.
Well, good night.
Good night.
Ha, ha.
Yep, she's still into me, man.
I can tell.
She's just scared.
I gotta show her that I'm not the dangerous guy she thinks I am.
I gotta show her my soft side.
You know? I hate you.
Got it.
Sound check's at 4.
Show's at 6.
Sunset Mark.
You are planning on wearing something hot? - Yeah, I'll see you soon.
- Hey.
Hey, I'm so glad you could meet me here.
I'm sorry I couldn't meet for lunch.
I have a million things to do before the show.
It's okay.
I just, uh, wanted to talk to you about something.
Yeah, what's up? Well, uh, I feel like there's some kind of misunderstanding.
Silver mentioned you demanded money to perform at the breast cancer benefit.
I didn't demand it, I just Look, um, my new manager wants me to get paid for every gig.
And he really knows what's best.
Yeah, but Silver's your friend, Ade.
Yeah, this isn't about friendship.
This is my career.
- Yeah, but - Navid.
I've given up everything for this.
All right, this is a huge opportunity.
I just I really wish you would stop judging me and just support me.
I'm gonna be late for sound check.
I've gotta go.
It looks amazing.
I know, right? I mean, I'm not one to brag, but, uh, I'm kicking some serious ass.
I think you're gonna raise a fortune.
Oh, which reminds me.
The donation cheque your mom wrote, it actually bounced.
- Oh.
- It was probably just a mistake but Yeah, probably a screwup at the bank.
I'll tell her and she'll sort it out.
All right, ha, ha, I wanna help.
What can I do that doesn't involve breaking a nail or a sweat? Well, uh, you and Annie can organise outfits for the bachelors.
I'm not working with her, and I'm sure she doesn't wanna work with me.
After all, I am a murderer.
Annie, I'm really sorry I said that.
I was in a bad place.
In a bad place? You were at your 18th birthday party.
You were having the time of your life.
Yeah, well, I was going through a lot.
Like what? Did the caterers run out of Cristal? I don't have to help.
I will buy a table.
You should really forgive her.
Why? She was horrible to me.
She was horrible to all of us.
Frankly, I don't even understand why you've forgiven her.
And a five, six, seven, eight.
Cross, turn, kick ball change.
Okay, "kick ball change" means go from your right foot to your left foot.
- Oh, man.
- Dude.
Can we take a break? Dixon just kick ball changed me in the groin.
Ah, absolutely not.
From the top.
Okay, five, six, seven, eight.
Kick ball change.
Very good, Dixon.
Very good.
Liam, just make sure you keep your head up.
Okay? Oscar, good.
Navid, all right.
Very nice.
- Teddy, try to stick with the counts.
- Hmm.
- Okay, watch Navid.
- Yeah, watch the master.
Okay, so it's right, left, circle hip.
- I got it.
I got it.
- Okay.
Well, loosen up.
All right? Guys, right, left, circle hip.
Teddy, come on.
Right, left, circle hips.
Circles, Teddy.
You can do it, okay? Just relax and loosen up.
What is wrong with you? Look, sorry if I can't dance, but I'm not a fricking faggot like you.
Screw you, Teddy.
Uh, how about everybody go get some lunch, take a break? What the hell was that? He was provoking me.
Look, Silver, wait.
Look, I just got frustrated.
Well, I get frustrated too sometimes, but I don't turn into a homophobic jerk.
- Thanks.
- Next.
I can't believe Teddy went all Mel Gibson.
Yeah, I know.
It was out of nowhere too.
Right? Well, I guess I won't be bidding for him at the bachelor auction.
I'll have to settle for you.
You better bring your wallet because I'm killing that dance number.
- I'll bring my wallet.
- Ha-ha-ha.
And then I'll take you back to my house since my mom's out of town.
Maybe we could try something I haven't done before.
Yeah, we can.
I mean, unless You know, unless you don't want to.
No, no, no.
I do.
I do.
- I do.
- Yeah, okay, calm down.
- And, uh, don't feel bad, okay? - Hmm.
A lot of people have to pay for their first time.
You're being a jerk.
Come on.
Ha, ha.
Come in.
What are you doing here? Supporting my supremely talented girlfriend.
Sorry about earlier.
You're right, this is your career.
And totally got your back.
- Thank you.
- Yeah.
You're on in ten.
Hey, after you sing spend some time with that birthday boy.
You know, rub up against him.
Could do a lot for your career.
And I hear he's got a thing for young girls.
Um, Victor, this is my boyfriend, Navid.
- Hi.
- Navid, this is Victor, my manager.
And don't eat too much.
I don't want you to bust out of that sexy little outfit.
That's the guy? That's the amazing manager? Yeah.
I know he's a little crude, but it's not about personality, okay? It's about my career No, there's nothing that sleezeball can do for your career but destroy it.
Navid, you don't understand.
You're right.
I don't.
Uh, I gotta go.
Navid, please.
Wow, are you expecting someone? Just you.
I'm trying to make mushroom risotto.
Dixon said that's your favourite.
But, uh, it doesn't really look like the picture.
And I gotta be honest, it smells kind of funky.
You're cooking for me? Trying to.
Set your expectations low.
And what brought this on? I just I wanted to show you that You have me all wrong.
Yeah, I might have had my troubles in the past, but I'm not a dangerous guy.
It's not like trouble follows me around.
Oh, man.
Oh, my God.
And you were saying about trouble not following you? - Hey, that was not my - Ha, ha.
It's very sweet that you tried to cook for me even though it does smell incredibly funky.
Look, the real reason that I wanted to crash with Dixon was to be near you.
I miss you.
I want another chance.
- Mm.
- I should get the door.
- Is it a bad time? - No, no, uh, it's not a bad time.
Come in.
- What are you doing here? - What are you? - Wait.
You two? - How do you know Annie? We've been seeing each other.
This is the college guy you've been dating? Wait, I'm confused.
How do you two know each other? We don't.
We're brothers.
Wait, like brothers, like you used to hang out, like bros? No, same father, different mother.
Liam's my half brother.
I'd like to thank everyone for coming out tonight to help us raise money for this incredibly important cause.
As some of you may know, my mother passed away from breast cancer.
So this is very near to my heart.
Anyway, thank you all for coming tonight.
To start things off Stop! Stop everything.
Stop right now.
What's going on? I'm sorry, ma'am, but we're gonna have to shut this party down.
What are you talking about? Well, according to the Beverly Hills fire code, this party is just too damn hot.
Right, guys? So did you guys grow up together? No, um, I'd maybe see him once a year.
He lived with his mom in Brooklyn.
And I grew up in Connecticut with my mom and stepdad.
I mean, I didn't even know about him till I was 10.
Then what is it? I mean, what happened between you two? I used to spend summers at my uncle's lake house in Minnesota.
And one summer, Liam was there too.
I was bored and I was a punk and I stole the neighbour's credit card and went on a shopping spree.
Bought skateboards, jet skis.
When I got caught up, I blamed it on Liam.
I planted the credit cards on him.
Like I said, I was a punk.
He got in a lot of trouble and it was bad.
I should have stepped up and took the blame but I didn't.
I've tried to apologise but he won't forgive me.
I guess I don't blame him, but it's been a long time, you know.
Two hundred and twenty dollars.
Two hundred and twenty dollars from the girl in green.
Do I hear 230 for our sexy bachelor from across the pond? - Say something British.
- Hello, ladies.
- Oh, my God.
- That's sexy.
- Three hundred dollars.
- Three hundred dollars.
Three hundred going once.
- Better hurry.
- Going twice.
Sold to the pretty lady in tie-dye.
Our next bachelor up for auction is Liam.
He enjoys surfing, pumping iron, and curling up at home with a good book.
- I didn't write that.
- You didn't write anything.
- How about it, ladies? - I totally love him.
He is our dark brooding bachelor, sexy and mysterious.
- Let's start the bidding at $100.
- One hundred.
- We got 100 right here.
- One-ten.
One-ten, the girl in green is on the hunt.
- One-twenty.
- One-fifty.
- Um, 200.
- Two-fifty.
Going once.
Going twice.
- Sold.
- Aah! I can't believe it.
I can't believe I won you.
- Mm, I'm so happy.
- Congratulations.
Okay, here's your cut.
Nice job tonight, by the way.
Victor, this is only 2000.
I thought you said we were gonna split it fifty-fifty.
Oh, uh, I changed my mind.
We're gonna go 80-20.
That's not fair.
Maybe you'd prefer I'd tell everybody at the party where you got your songs? Our next bachelor up for auction How much for Mr.
Matthews? All right.
No, settle down.
Sorry, ladies.
But our next bachelor is equally charming and way more legal.
And he's yours for a price.
Dixon Wilson.
We will start the bidding on this smoking hot bachelor who enjoys hanging out with friends, mixing beats and looking fly.
A dollar.
All right, that's the way to start off the bidding.
We have a bid of $1.
One hundred dollars.
One hundred dollars to the lady in back.
Do I hear 110? Yeah, 110.
- One-fifty.
- One-sixty? - One-seventy.
- Four hundred.
- Four hundred and - Sold to Ivy for $400.
- Thank you.
- No problem.
- That was weird.
- I told you, she's crazy.
Our next bachelor is our final bachelor for the evening.
This is gonna be Navid Shirazi.
Hey, Navid.
He's got heart, he's got brains and he's got personality.
This exotic West Bev High heartthrob is the whole package.
Get out your umbrellas, ladies, because it's Iranian men.
We'll start the bidding at $100.
Let's hear it, 100.
- Take another walk.
- Huh? Take another walk.
How about 90? Who's got 90 on this stud? Girl in green, this is your moment.
We'll go with $80.
Two thousand dollars.
Sold for the insanely generous sum of $2000 to Adrianna Tate-Duncan.
This is every penny I've made tonight.
I'm so sorry I chose work over our friendship.
It'll never happen again.
This This means a lot.
- I hope I'm worth it.
- Ha, ha.
You're totally worth it.
I still hate your manager.
Let's not talk about him.
Okay? Andy, let's count the uniforms.
Make sure we're not missing any.
- Hey.
- What? Look, I just wanted to apologise.
I'm not the one you have to apologise to.
- Come on, Silver.
- No, I've had enough, Teddy.
It's over.
Stay the hell away from me.
I don't wanna be around you, trust me.
I'm serious, man.
You come near me again I'm gonna kick your ass.
Just because you can't deal with who you really are, don't take it out on me.
Try and stop it.
Hey, hey, hey.
Knock it off.
Knock it off, I said.
Get up.
Get off of him.
All right, get up.
What the hell is going on here? Huh? What is this about? It's about nothing.
- It's nothing.
- It's nothing? You can figure it out when you're in detention.
That's where you're gonna be for the next two weeks.
Or we can go to Principal Nowak's Monday morning and we can talk about suspension.
Whatever you want.
Detention's fine.
It's fine.
What? I'm really sorry.
Obviously, I didn't know that Charlie was your brother.
I mean, I didn't even know that you had a brother.
I don't.
Look, what happened between you guys was a long time ago.
And he feels really bad.
Just stay out of it.
He said that stealing the credit card was a mis You don't know what you're talking about.
I'm gonna stop seeing Charlie.
I don't care what you do or who you date.
You were right, we're all wrong for each other.
There you are.
I thought I lost you.
- I'm gonna need a little leash for you.
- Yeah.
Um, are you ready to go? Yeah.
Let's go.
- Awesome.
- Okay.
That was an incredible night.
It really was, Sil.
Your mom would be so proud.
You guys are the best.
We should say hi to Naomi.
- No way.
- Why? - She's been awful, Silver.
- For no reason.
- Yeah, but she's going through a lot.
- You keep saying that, but I don't know what she could be going through to justify that behaviour.
Naomi? I can't believe it.
- What? - About Cannon.
You promised.
They're your friends.
Okay, we're all your friends.
I just I feel sick about it.
Why didn't you tell us? Why? Because I don't want you staring at me like you're staring at me right now, with pity, like I'm pathetic.
This isn't pity, Naomi, this is sympathy.
It's love.
This is us trying to be your friends.
This is anger.
He's gonna pay for what he did to you.
I can't believe you only cost me $400.
Because I was about ready to drop a grand.
Well, uh, if you're satisfied at the end of the night maybe you could tip me.
- Get out.
- Ha-ha-ha.
See you at my place.
Right behind you.
Wh? Damn it.
Sasha, what the hell do you want? - I need to talk to you.
- No.
Come on.
After this, I will leave you alone.
I promise.
Not here.
Please, just give me five minutes.
All right.
Come on.
What's wrong? Nothing.
Nothing at all.
- Are you okay? - Oh, um, yeah.
I was just paying some bills.
So how was the bachelor auction? Oh, it was okay.
Ha, ha.
Uh, but actually, Mom, the cheque you wrote for the charity, it bounced.
Well, you know what? That's not a problem.
I'll just give you some cash.
Um You know what, Annie? I will get it to you.
It just might take me a couple of days.
What is going on, Mom? Money is a bit tight right now.
Your dad's new job pays only about half of what his old job did.
But I mean, I thought you had leads.
Yeah, well, not so many, it turns out.
I've been out of photography for a long time, and not having a college degree is making things more difficult than I anticipated.
Look, Annie, I don't want you to worry about this.
Everything is gonna be fine.
Your dad and I are gonna figure it out, okay? Okay.
Good night.
- Annie? - Hi, Katherine.
I'm sorry, I hope I'm not calling too late.
No, no, not at all.
What's going on? Well, I've been thinking about your offer.
And it's $20,000 for my eggs, right? Oh.
Um, that's right.
I'll do it.
So? Look, I get that you hate me.
I do.
I was awful to you, and I am sorry.
It's just that when we met, I had just gone through a really bad breakup.
And then you broke up with me, a high school kid, and my ego just couldn't take it anymore.
And I snapped.
That's what you wanted to talk to me about? Okay.
A few weeks ago, Eric, uh, the guy from the bad breakup, he got back in touch with me.
And, um He told me that he was HIV-positive.
And I got tested, and I am too, Dixon.