90210 s04e19 Episode Script

The Heart Will Go On

Previously on 90210: We were only together because of my cancer, and it's gone.
So, I think that me and you need to live our own lives.
You did not tell me your mystery man was PJ.
How do you know him? I know him because he's mine.
You can have Preston.
You deserve him far more than I do.
- What's that? - Uh, it's from Jen.
She's following PJ.
She lied to me.
I might have a cancer gene.
Let me take the test.
Would you go with me? When I look at you, I think about more than just the moment.
I think about the future.
Can I call you my girlfriend? Yes, please.
MAN: We want to sign you to a record contract.
I can't wait to tell Ade.
It's not for her.
It's for you alone.
(Phone rings) DIXON: Oh, I'm sorry.
Okay, here you go, thanks.
This is Dixon.
Guess what I'm listen to right now and loving? Dixon Wilson's solo track and our next hit.
Just need to sign a deal and get you into the recording studio, buddy.
Yeah, you know I-I-I'm really glad that you like it, but I haven't decided on whether I'm moving forward without Adrianna or not.
Well, you're definitely not moving forward with her.
Dixon, life's too short.
We're interested now.
We might not be later.
(Hangs up) Here.
Low-fat, decaf, and something with fiber.
Ah, huh Annie, uh, you know how much I love these brother-sister breakfastses that we have once a week, but you really got to stop worrying about me and my digestive system.
Fine, we can talk about something else.
Using drugs again? Are you serious right now? I heard you on the phone.
You're starting to run yourself ragged with the music thing again, and that's exactly how your drug problem started to begin with.
That phone call wasn't about the music business.
Really? Okay, look, that producer that was at the music festival wants to sign me to a recording contract (gasps) without Ade.
So, what'd you say? Well, I just sent them some solo tracks to keep them interested.
How did Adrianna feel about that? I haven't told her yet.
What? What am I supposed to say? "Babe, they want me and not you.
" That's like telling her, I'm a rising star and she's just the crazy baggage holding me back.
Dixon, Ade is not gonna be upset if you just tell her the truth; That you think the recording company is wrong, so you're not going to take the deal.
Yeah, yeah, I should do that.
I hate to intrude on your little brother-sister breakfast, only because I find the concept nauseatingly Midwestern, but I just had to show you something: A tiny CU sweater.
Oh! Oh, my goodness.
Chuck's going to look so adorable in that.
So, I guess you and Jen made up, huh? Who? Jen, your sister? Oh! (chuckles) No.
I don't have a sister.
Jen's dead to me.
And when she gets back from Napa and sees this, her Ivy League head will explode and I'll ship her remains back to Paris and never speak to her again.
Enjoy your breakfast.
The study of form and function.
You would seriously go to college for that? Damn, white people got money to burn.
Okay, okay, okay, or maybe I could go work for that environmental group, Surf for Good.
They loved the logo I did for Annie and they invited me on some sailing trip as a surfer activist.
They called your art a "logo.
" Nuh-uh.
Look, I made something that people are responding to.
Okay, Diego? I'm not just going to lay around here and not take advantage of it.
I happen to like you laying around here.
Maybe that's because you make it look fantastic.
Are you kidding me? Are you kidding? Diego, you are so friggin' talented.
You've got to do something with this.
All I got to do is my art and hang out with you.
Is there anything in that pile of fan mail that's going to make that happen? Spoke too soon.
This is big.
The Downtown Artist- in-Residence Program.
This is what you should be doing.
It's a really cool group, and you'd get a workspace just down the street from here.
It's the next best thing to, uh, moving in with me.
And who said I was trying to move in with you? - Well, you haven't heard the benefits yet.
- Mm-hmm.
We can paint, and kiss, and paint.
Let me help you visualize.
(Giggling) DIRECTOR: Cut! Turning around.
MAN: Check the gate.
MAN 2: Second team in.
That was a convincingly passionate human-to-alien lip-lock.
(Scoffs) Yeah, well, it wasn't easy.
Apparently they don't believe in breath mints on her planet.
(Chuckles) Well, good news is, uh, you're off tomorrow.
So, um, I booked an appointment for the cancer gene test tomorrow at 2:00.
But if you can't go, if you're busy Silver, I'll be there.
(Sighs) Thanks.
That's for keeping it just between us.
Um, till I know more, I'm not ready to talk about it.
Hey not talking is pretty much my specialty.
What does a girl have to do to get a call sheet around here? (Chuckles) Got'em.
Thank you.
There you go.
(Chuckles) Wow.
That Silver she is an eager beaver.
Yeah, yeah.
(chuckles) Yeah.
Is that lipstick on your mouth? Oh, (scoffs), making out with an alien.
Well, in that case.
Um, I'd say you deserve this.
That is a signing bonus plus initial compensation equals reason to celebrate.
(Both chuckle) I say we take a nice drive up the coast, maybe check in to a seaside inn and Okay.
Roll around naked in your new money.
Oh, man, you have the best ideas.
And you don't work tomorrow.
Yeah, tomorrow, um, I've actually got something at 2:00.
There's nothing on the call sheet.
Publicity photos.
That's what Silver was just talking to me about.
Well, if Silver says it, it must be true.
Yeah, yeah.
Hey we'll find time to celebrate this.
Trust me, okay? Hey, look that this.
Oh, my God.
I didn't make the call! LIAM: I'm blaming you.
I'm blaming you.
(Silver laughs) Home.
Oh, the most stomach-turning flight back from Napa in coach.
(Sighs) Why are my bags in the living room? I booked tickets for you and Jacques to fly back to Paris tonight.
Ugh, Naomi, if you're angry because I outmaneuvered you in our contest for Preston Hillingsbrook, don't be.
I couldn't get near him all weekend.
His family has some sort of impenetrable compound.
I don't care about penetrating PJ's compound.
You lied to me, Jen.
- Naomi, all is fair in love and war.
- Not with family.
You said being my sister meant something to you.
And do you know what hurt me the most? I actually believed you.
It was just another lie you used to get what you wanted.
Like the time, for example, when you wrote me this postcard from riding camp.
You wanted my fur collar jacket because you wanted to have something to remember me by! And this! This is the map that you drew of our house.
You said the bedroom with the smallest closet had secret treasure! Oh, and this.
This is a picture of us at my fifth birthday party.
You are wearing my birthday dress because you told me it made my butt look big! Naomi, stop, please, okay? I feel awful.
Yeah? I am done feeling awful because of you.
No, I mean I feel physically awful.
(Sighs) That flight was like a petri dish.
I think I'm gonna be sick.
No, no, no.
This is the part where I kick your bony butt to the curb! I already updated my Facebook status.
Believe me, after that little hate speech of yours, I would love nothing more than to walk out of here with my head held high.
Wha? Okay, no.
No, no, no.
This doesn't change anything.
I still want you out of my house.
And my life! Forever, Jen! And don't expect me to hold your hair! According to my doctor, Jen can't fly for 48 hours because she has a stomach virus.
I just think she's allergic to being an evil bitch.
Look, maybe this is your chance to make up with her.
Okay, sometimes when you have to be there for somebody who's sick, it makes you both realize how much you care about each other.
And sometimes that person gets well, and serves you with divorce papers, which I think you should sign immediately and move on with your life.
I will, okay? Put the past mistakes behind you.
That's what I'm doing.
The second Jen isn't patient zero, she is out of here.
Until then, I think a breakfast of day-old lo mein should settle her stomach.
Oh, my God, that's so nasty.
ANNIE: Well, thanks to Desert Valley, our bag sales should hit maybe $20,000 by the first quarter, so we really need to pick a charity to fund.
This one sounds interesting.
It provides services to needy strippers.
'Cause you know those poles they dance on can get so cold.
Can you pay attention for two minutes? Not when I'm being ignored.
I've been here an hour.
No one's done a cartwheel in a bikini yet.
(Scoffs) Not gonna be me.
Okay, sorry to burst your little bubble, but your flirting three-way with Naomi and Jen is over.
Now, maybe you can apply yourself to something that's actually important.
- Do you want me to pick a charity? - Yeah.
Ivy, pick a charity.
Um, how about Surf for Good? They're sponsoring a beach cleanup today.
We're in.
You're going to clean up the beach? Oh, no, no, no, no.
I'm going to have drinks at the beach.
You're going to the beach and getting a life.
I have a life.
Being a buzzkill? You don't go out on any dates.
You don't have any fun.
You're always on my back because I do.
Now you're going to go to that beach, get some action, and maybe some guy will find your compulsive do-gooding attractive, perhaps even a rugged, tan homeless man.
I am not using a charity event to pick up some guy.
Well, I'm not signing a check till you do.
Consider it my donation to the Get Annie Wilson Laid Foundation.
All right.
(Phone rings) (chuckles wryly) It's Vanessa.
She wants to know how the photo session's going.
I'm sorry.
I shouldn't have asked you to be here.
I can do this by myself.
I mean, they're just gonna ask questions and take blood.
Yeah, and tell you if you're gonna get cancer.
(Knocking) Erin Silver? Yeah.
Uh, I mean, it's not me; it's her.
I'm with her.
That's okay.
It's important to have support.
If you test positive for the BRCA gene, you're gonna be facing some tough choices.
Some people don't even want to know.
Yeah, I I didn't know if I did, but I watched my mom die of breast cancer, so if knowing means that won't happen to me DOCTOR: If you have the BRCA gene, there are things that can be done.
A preventative double mastectomy can reduce your risk of breast cancer from 90% in your lifetime to almost none.
However, the gene also increases your risk of ovarian cancer.
At some point you'll also have to consider removing your ovaries.
Have you two talked about a plan for having children? No, he's-he's not, um We're not I don't have a boyfriend.
Or a plan for kids.
I kind of just thought I would meet somebody and fall in love.
Well, that could still be the plan.
Right? Fertility is something that we can discuss when the test results come in.
(laughs softly) You may not even have the gene.
ANNIE: Why does every guy think that the answer to a girl's problems is to get a guy? Because they're guys? Exactly.
Look, forget PJ Moneybags.
Coming from somebody who is not a guy, it kind of does seem like you've lost all interest in dating.
I'm just trying to do something positive with my life, no big mystery there.
Uh, unlike why you haven't signed your divorce papers yet.
I know.
It's not like I didn't know the divorce was coming.
It's just God, signing the papers, you know? It feels like this whole marriage never even happened.
Ivy, your marriage happened.
I was there.
I even have a photo of the elephant.
Look, my-my life is exactly as it was before I met Raj.
You know? I have this huge, huge year ahead of me, and on the other hand, there's this amazing guy I really want to be with, but I feel like I can't have both of those things.
Why not? Well, Diego's pushing me to do the Artist-in-Residence thing I was telling you about, which looks cool, and we could be together, but, you know, what I really want to do is go on that Surf for Good sailing trip, in which case we would be apart.
Well, you've got to follow your dreams, right? Not his.
Last time I tried that, my husband left me.
So I don't want to make that mistake again.
Diego is not Raj, and you're not the same person you were a year ago, either; None of us are.
So whatever you decide, you're not gonna make the same mistakes.
So you just get to make new ones.
Excuse me, uh Annie Wilson, right? Please tell me a guy in very expensive loafers did not pay you to talk to me.
Uh, no.
You started the bag sales for charity, right? - It's very cool.
- Thanks.
(laughs) I'm Caleb.
I helped organize the cleanup.
Also very cool.
I'd love to hear more about how your foundation works.
Any chance I could buy you a cup of coffee, bore you with some questions? Assuming that the coffee is not in those disposable cups that we throw into the ocean.
I bet she would love that.
Consider that my donation to Shut Up PJ.
Consider it a date.
- DIXON: Hey.
I'm Dixon Wilson.
- Hey.
Uh, I've got an urgent text to come down here.
Is Carter from House of K Records here? No.
But, uh, your girlfriend is.
(laughs) Hi.
Hey, babe! Um Hey.
Wh-What are you doing here? Well, you've just been so stressed out since the music festival, so I wanted to make it up to you.
- I got us studio time.
(laughs) - Yeah.
Who else would send you a text saying: "I want to make music together"? Nobody.
(both laugh) But you should've just talked to me.
Yeah, well, I would have, but you haven't really been talking to me.
Look, I know that that was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, and I blew it okay? But maybe if you let me call the record company and explain myself I already told you: There's-there's no point.
Well, then let's cut a demo and make a new opportunity, okay? Yeah.
(laughs) Hey, can you play back that track? (Mid-tempo intro playing) Where'd you get that? Your computer.
We can't use that.
Why not? Because it's mine.
I mean, b-because it's not ready.
Yeah, well, it sounds ready to me.
And since when do you start working on music without me? Since I had to do it at Desert Valley.
Hey, Dixon, I don't know how many other ways I can apologize.
What's wrong? I can't breathe.
O-Okay, sit down.
Put your head between your knees or something, okay? Just breathe.
My chest hurts.
It's gonna be okay.
Call 911! You're gonna be okay.
Just breathe, okay? I-I think I'm having a heart attack.
You're gonna be okay.
(Gasping) Doc, I really don't know what happened.
I don't know.
My chest just tightened up.
We had a fight.
Could that give someone a heart attack? The blood test showed no sign of cardiac damage.
Then what was it? Were you recently prescribed any medication, anything with a stimulant effect? W-Well, I was addicted to ADHD medication, but I'm clean now swear.
He went to rehab a couple of months ago.
I'll order you an ECG and an ultrasound, but I suspect you have an atrial septal defect.
Wh-What's that? A heart defect.
Something you were born with.
Your drug use compounded the problem by damaging your heart's ability to contract, causing an arrhythmia.
Whatever stress you were under caused you to throw a clot.
Your condition is treatable, but for now just avoid any stress that increases your heart rate.
(Exhales) I'm sorry, Ade.
No, don't, okay? This is my fault.
I'm just so happy to still have you.
ANNIE: So, you actually saw a mermaid.
Okay, it was a fish, caught in a wig, but I'm telling you, (laughs) beach cleanup is full of excitement.
Here you go.
Thank you.
No, no.
Allow me.
It's enough you're saving the world.
I'm just doing my part.
Why? Don't get me wrong: I think it's great, but most people don't even bother, so why do you? Probably the same reasons you do.
I doubt that.
I lost someone very close to me, and there was nothing I could do about it.
Made a promise: Anytime I can do something, I will.
Um well, I had a really bad year, and I did some really bad things.
(Sighs) But I can't undo them, so I just thought that maybe by doing good things, it would help me move on.
I'm sorry; I don't really talk about this, not even with my friends.
Well, you just did.
(laughs) Here, lunch.
Is it a dead rat? I saw that in an old movie.
The crazy younger sister tortures the beautiful invalid until she dies.
I'll make sure to put that in my queue.
I love a happy ending.
(Grunts) You know, I want to I want to be here even less than you want me here.
So now hating each other is a competition, and Jen wins? What a surprise.
You know, you have an amazingly selective memory when it comes to me.
I want you to take a look at this birthday photo, and you tell me that you wouldn't have looked awful in that dress.
If you don't stop talking and put that thermometer into your mouth, I will find another place to stick it.
I tricked you into taking that little bedroom.
You know what the treasure was? It was the only room in the house where you couldn't hear Mom and Dad fighting.
Is that true? Between the marble floors and vaulted ceilings, we lived in an echo chamber of marital discord.
Who else do you think was gonna spare you from that? Annie needs me to help her with the charity event.
Well, don't stay on my account.
I could get more compassionate care in a prison infirmary.
I'll hire a nurse who specializes in treating severe cases of bitch.
Well, that wasn't so hard.
I'm sorry I dragged you into this.
I'm not.
Silver, you can't do this alone.
And when you find out everything is okay, it's gonna be the best day of your life, and you're gonna want to share that with someone.
Thank you.
Quick, quick, quick.
Dixon and Ade.
(Gasps): What? Oh, my God.
Wait, I-I can't see them.
They can't see me.
I'm not ready to answer any questions.
Scene 43, Liam.
What? Where you have to go to the door, 'cause the aliens are there and you have to save your squad.
I need a scene 43.
I'm on it.
Just-just go.
Oh! Whoa.
Liam? - What are you doing here? - Oh, I-I hurt my wrist on set, and they wanted me to get it checked out.
Dixon almost died.
It's-it's fine.
I'm okay.
How is nearly having a stroke okay? You wait outside; I'll go get the car.
No more stress for today.
Can you watch him? You had a stroke? No.
I have a minor heart defect.
But I'm fine, as long as Annie doesn't find out.
- Dixon - No, dude, seriously, okay? Annie's gonna flip.
She's done nothing but worry about me for the last couple of months.
Do you know what she went through when I had to go to rehab? Yeah.
You know, uh actually, I don't really want Vanessa to find out - about this, either.
- Maybe neither one of us were here.
Take it to the grave? Hey.
Watch out.
Coming through.
MAN: What do we got? Patient has stage 4 leukemia.
He experienced loss of consciousness due to a high fever.
All right, contact the hospice.
Make sure that he's comfortable, okay? It's the best we're gonna be able to do.
He doesn't have much time.
Um M-Mrs.
Kher, hi.
I don't understand.
I thought Raj was in Baltimore.
His treatment didn't work.
After Thanksgiving, when he knew he was dying he came home.
(Sighs) Don't tell Ivy.
- Hey.
- Hey, Annie.
See you out there.
PRESTON (laughing): Oh, my God.
Wilson's smiling.
I was right.
All you needed was a date with a hunky boy in board shorts.
I am just smiling because we found a very worthwhile cause to donate our first check to.
And Caleb's kind of great, too.
I didn't realize how much I missed having someone to talk to.
Maybe you and Dixon were right.
I could use a date.
- So can I.
- Hey! Maybe you shouldn't.
Wilson, come on.
Let me have some fun.
Well, you having fun is the reason why Naomi and her sister may never speak again.
What are you talking about? Naomi and Jen are no longer fighting for you because they are just fighting for real.
- Hey, uh, you got a minute? - Yup.
It's about the other day.
Whoa! Uh (laughs) Thought we weren't gonna talk about that.
Take it to the grave, remember? Let's (laughs) Let's not use that anymore.
Um when you left, I saw Raj at the hospital.
He's dying, dude.
What? Ivy said he was cured.
Yeah, well, he lied.
He said he'd rather go through it alone than have Ivy watch him die.
And then he begged me not to tell her.
Then you can't.
This is life or death.
Raj's life.
Hey, clearly, he wants to protect Ivy and let her move on.
(Sighs) Look, as hard as it is to keep someone's secret, if you tell, Ivy you're going against a dying man's wish.
I just wish I didn't know.
Well, maybe Ivy would feel the same way.
The surf's going off.
You sure you don't want to try this time? (laughs) Uh, you know, I think I'll stick to asphalt.
Ocean's not really my thing.
Well, then, guess we're just different.
Hey, I was kidding.
You want to go for a surf, I'm down.
Look, Diego, I, uh I filled out an application for Artist-in-Residence program.
That's fantastic.
You're gonna love it.
It's an amazing program.
No, I'm not, but maybe you will.
Filled it out for you.
Look, if the Artist-in-Residence thing is your dream, Diego, you go and do it, okay? It's not mine.
Mine is to go off and travel around the world and I mean, I could ask you to change, or I could try to change myself for you, but I've made that mistake, and somebody always winds up unhappy, and I don't want to do it again, all right? So, I'm I'm gonna go on the Surf for Good trip.
I'm gonna go, and if that's a deal-breaker, you know, I guess it's better that we figure that out Do you want to have this entire conversation by yourself, or do you want to ask me how I feel? Okay.
Um how do you feel? I don't want you to give up on your dream, Ivy, or break up with me and pretend that it's my idea 'cause it isn't.
What I feel for you is bigger than you living down the street, or halfway across the world.
Go where you need to go.
Do what you got to do.
This is not good-bye.
Um, Annie needs more champagne glasses for her presentation toast.
Have you seen Liam? I thought he was with you.
Like he was yesterday.
What does that mean? I called the production office to find out about the publicity photos Liam was supposedly taking.
They don't exist.
And you called in sick.
What's going on? Nothing.
Uh, someone in the production office made a mistake.
You know, I shouldn't be surprised you'd go after another girl's boyfriend.
I mean, you've done it before.
Vanessa! Excuse me.
You told me to trust you, Liam, so tell me the truth.
Where were you yesterday afternoon? SILVER: Wait.
Liam was with me.
He drove me to a doctor's appointment that I didn't want anyone to know about.
And then he just helped an old lady cross the street? She's telling the truth.
If you don't believe it, ask Dixon.
He was at the hospital because of something with his heart.
What? (gasps) Annie, wait! I'd, uh, like to thank everybody for coming out today, and enjoying the clean sand and water, and, uh, supporting Surf for Good, especially Annie Wilson and PJ Hillingsbrook of the Just One Step Foundation.
You were in the hospital, and you didn't even tell me?! Call down, all right?! Geez, it's it's not as bad as you think! It was a stroke brought on by his drug use, and if you yell at him, he could have another one.
(Sighs) DIXON: Really? PRESTON: We are both very proud to give our foundation's first donation to Surf for Good Oh, my God, Dixon, I can't believe this.
Annie, it's totally treatable, okay? I'm gonna be fine.
Besides, I didn't tell you because I didn't want you to stop your life and start taking care of me.
I was protecting you.
By lying? Dixon, you were using drugs.
I didn't know, so I wasn't there.
Do you have any idea what that did to me? If something were to happen to you again, and I couldn't be there how do you think I'd feel? You'd feel awful for the rest of your life.
CALEB: Artist, surfer and activist, Ivy Sullivan.
(Cheering and applause) Thank you.
Okay, guys, I know today is about what each of us can give, but I got to say right now, I feel like I'm the one who's getting everything that I've ever dreamt of, so thank you so much for being here and for supporting our work.
WOMAN: Yeah! Good job, Ivy! Dude, I got to tell Ivy.
You're gonna tell her now? I wish I had my camera, but then again, I don't really need a picture of this because I'll remember this day for the rest of my life.
What is wrong with you guys? MAN: Thank you guys all Um (laughs) I-I saw Raj.
What? At the hospital.
Dixon, he moved to Baltimore after he broke up with me.
I don't know what you're talking about.
DIXON: He lied.
The cancer didn't go away, and he didn't want to tell you.
Ivy, Raj is dying.
Could we get some help here, please? Um, I'm looking for Raj.
Raj Kher.
Uh, he came into the ER last night.
He's in room 109, but there are no visitors allowed.
Just family.
She's his wife.
Follow the hallway through the double doors.
I'm gonna kill Dixon.
How could you lie to me? How could you lie to me, Raj? Ivy, I don't need you here.
I didn't want you to see this.
Oh, my God, please, please don't do that, okay? Please do not pretend that you were protecting me because when you left, Raj, I cried.
I cried anyway, and it wasn't because you were sick, all right? It was because because you broke my heart and I didn't think that you loved me.
(Sniffles) A breakup isn't as bad as watching me die.
You know what? Nothing is as bad as not being here.
Okay, nothing.
Damn it, Raj! (Sighs) What do you think was gonna happen? Did you think I was gonna get over you and-and be happy one day? And then the minute I actually started living my life, then that would be the perfect time to find out that you had lied to me? And that you died here alone? I mean, how can you be so selfish?! Okay, how could you? I'm sorry.
No! Ivy - No, no, no, okay? - Stop.
I don't care if you don't need me here.
I don't Stop.
I don't care.
This is where I want to be.
(Sobbing): Okay, what if this is where I want to be? Couldn't stay in there, man.
Especially with Annie looking at me like every breath might be my last.
I'm sorry.
She was gonna find out.
So was Ivy.
As hard it was telling the truth you did do the right thing.
You know, with, like, everything that's happening, I should already know that telling the truth is always the right thing.
I hate this place.
I hate that I know where the coffee machine is.
Just to think what Ivy must be going through, and what happened to Dixon Hey, that's not the same thing.
Dixon's gonna be fine.
You don't know that.
Dixon's got a heart defect.
Something he was born with just waiting to hurt him.
Yes, and now that he knows about it, he's gonna be fine.
You don't know that.
I never should have yelled at him.
Dixon was just trying to protect me from what Ivy's going through right now.
I mean, her whole life stopped today.
And I was just mad at him because he didn't tell me? You were scared.
He's your brother.
It doesn't matter what he does.
You couldn't stand the thought of losing him.
I'm gonna go check on Jacques.
If he catches Jen's stomach flu, they'll never leave.
Will you call me when you talk to Ivy, please? Jen? We need to talk.
She left.
I was, uh, dropping something off to Annie, and, uh, she asked me to give this to you.
(Chuckles) She was right.
That dress is ugly as hell.
You okay? I was so angry at her, I told my sister she was dead to me without even think about what those words actually meant.
It's not your fault.
I wanted to blame Jen my whole life.
Mostly because she was a royal pain in the ass, but I guess in some warped way, she was there for me.
She's my pain in the ass.
She's the only sister I've ever had, and I just lost her.
(Clears throat) All right, uh, look, I was an only child, and I-I always got what I wanted.
So I don't know the rules of sibling rivalry.
It's my fault you and Jen are fighting.
I-I could have stopped it.
What are you talking about? How? By doing this.
I should have just told you you're the one I wanted.
(Dance music playing) I can't believe you think this track is no good.
I like it.
It sounds like a heartbeat.
Hey, um, look, uh I got to tell you the truth about us working together, and what happened at the music festival.
(Sighs) No, you don't.
I quit.
Y-Y-You what? You heard what the doctor said about stress.
Okay, it's bad enough that working together puts pressure on our relationship.
It's not worth your life.
Yeah, yeah, right, but No.
I've already made up my mind, Dixon.
All right, you can't talk me out of it.
I'd do anything for you.
Even give up music.
Isn't that what you were going to say? Uh, yeah.
Yeah, it was.
How's your friend? He's got people around who care about him.
Hey, we never got to celebrate that check.
Well, it's a little late for a drive up the coast.
(Clears throat) Well, I hope it's not too late for this.
What's this? That's, uh, our new production company.
We're partners, if you think you could ever trust me again.
(Quietly) Thank you.
Hey, Diego.
Did you talk to Ivy? No, she's still in with Raj.
I think I should probably just head out.
Are you sure? Yeah, this is where she needs to be right now.
What's new? Raj.
I haven't seen you in three months.
I want to catch up.
Yeah, but I - don't want to talk about that, okay? - Well, I don't want to talk about what you want to talk about.
Well, I guess it's a good thing we're getting divorced.
Some people from hospice came by.
They wanted to talk about the choices that I can make so I can die with dignity.
There's a form to fill out about how I want my life to end.
I don't know what the answer is.
All I know is what I don't want.
What's that? I don't want to be in pain.
I don't want to watch my mother cry.
(Sighs) And I don't want to be apart from you ever again.
Not being with you is the hardest thing I've ever had to do.
I'm not going anywhere.
(Groans) The nurse left some pain medication.
I'll get some water.
Just wanted to wait and make sure you're okay.
Not that you can be okay.
I'm so sorry.
I really wish there was something I could do.
Do you know how to pray? All right, thanks.
Hey, Annie? Tell Dixon I'm glad he told me the truth.
(Phone ringing) (ringing continues) (groans) It's Jen.
(Beeps) Jen, where are you? I couldn't get on the plane without telling you, "Screw you, you crazy bitch.
" You're my sister, and I love you, whether you want me to or not.
Screw you.
I love you, too.
Jen, I'm I'm sorry we fought.
I'm sorry about everything.
Especially Preston Hillingsbrook.
Thank God neither one of us ended up with him.
What? I ran into a mutual friend in the first-class lounge who told me the most scandalous secret.
Oh, my flight's boarding.
I've got to hang up.
Jen, wait.
Jen? Glad to hear you two made up.
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