90210 s04e20 Episode Script

Blue Ivy

Working together puts pressure on our relationship.
I've already made up my mind.
I'd do anything for you, even give up music.
- Isn't that what you were going to say? - Uh, yeah.
Hi, this is Dr.
Harper from the genetic screening.
We received your results.
Please call us back to schedule a review as soon as possible.
- Where were you yesterday afternoon? - Liam was with me.
Drove me to a doctor's appointment that I didn't want anyone to know about.
It's my fault you and Jen are fighting.
I should've just told you you're the one I wanted.
Sorry about everything.
Especially Preston Hillingsbrook.
I ran into a mutual friend who told me the most scandalous secret.
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.
You look like you need to talk.
How could you lie to me, Raj? 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.
Did you save the universe? We saved the universe.
Then tell my boss I'm putting in for overtime.
Cut! That's a wrap on Liam Court.
There you go.
That, uh, that take felt a little stiff.
You think I should ask for another one? No.
Don't even think about it.
In fact, it's time to start talking about what's next.
Ah, which is why I'm trying to set up a meeting with Cynthia Bennett, the indie producer.
She practically owns Sundance.
Aren't those movies for, like, trained actors? Liam, you're ready.
Trust me.
Will I have to show my ass? Uh, only if you want to win an Oscar.
Look, leave everything to me.
I'm not gonna let anything get in the way of our dreams coming true.
All right.
- Hey.
I've got to get your mic.
- Okay.
Great job.
Sorry about that.
No, no, no, no.
I'm the one who should apologize.
I appreciate you coming with me last week to take the cancer test, but I did not mean to make things weird with Vanessa.
She'll get over it.
Still can't believe she thought there was something going on between us.
I know, it's crazy, right? So, hey, um when do you get the results? Uh, I asked the doctor to mail them, but they haven't come yet.
I don't want to think about it - until after Raj's funeral.
- Yeah.
Have you thought about talking to Navid? No.
That would only complicate things.
What do you mean? I mean, if he knew he'd come back, you know? The whole reason I didn't tell him how I felt before he left for Princeton was because I didn't want to get in the way of his new life.
Yeah, but you need someone to talk to, you know.
Someone whose girlfriend isn't gonna get insanely jealous.
Look, Liam, thank you for everything.
You've been an amazing friend.
This is my problem, and from here on out, I'm gonna deal with it alone.
Good job in there.
Tell me your deep, dark secrets.
I want to know everything about PJ Hillingsbrook.
You could check my Wikipedia page.
- It's shockingly accurate.
- Get a room! There's only, like, You know what? Wilson's right.
I should go.
Wilson sucks.
Thank you very much.
Uh, PJ, sorry to talk business right now, but at the rate our bags are selling, we're gonna have to upgrade some of the equipment at the factory All right, I'll get you a check by the end of the day.
And I will see you later.
Yeah, he's a serial killer.
- He probably has headsad in his fridge.
- Why don't you just call Jen and ask her what she was talking about when she told you that PJ had some scandalous secret.
Okay, genius, I've tried that; I can't get in touch with her.
She's away at some silent yoga retreat in the south of France for another week.
Here's another crazy thought: ask him.
That is the last resort.
Our relationship is going great.
I really think PJ could be the one.
I'm not gonna mess everything up by acting like I don't trust him.
You work with him.
Have you noticed anything strange? Not really.
He's just your basic self-absorbed trust-fund kid.
My world is full of them.
Uh, sorry.
Let's talk about you.
How's that cute surfer boy of yours? You mean Caleb? Not happening.
He's already in a committed relationship.
He wants to become a priest.
Oh, God.
He's in seminary, and next year, is going to take a vow of celibacy.
Then you still have time.
Yeah, I'm pretty sure I'm already going to hell.
Don't really need to add to it by defrocking a priest.
Bu it's just as well.
We should probably be focused on Ivy.
Yeah, you're right.
How do you think she's doing? Well, this morning, she was making chocolate chip pancakes, like you would any morning that wasn't the day of your husband's funeral.
She's acting like everything's fine.
Because I am fine.
There she is! Hey, you.
You guys, please stop looking at me like somebody kicked my puppy.
Honey, it's okay to be sad.
I know.
Of course, I'm sad.
But, like I said, I knew this was coming when I first got involved with Raj, so let's just get through this day, okay? Of course.
Whatever you say.
Yeah, I know.
How's she holding up? It's hard to tell.
I don't think she's even cried yet.
ADRIANNA: Well, I'll be doing enough of that for all of us.
Did you bring the tissues? Uh no.
I left them in the car with my phone, apparently.
I'm on it.
Okay, I'm glad you guys are here, but I swear, if one other person tells me that they are sorry for my loss - Guys, look who's here.
- Oh, Navid! Hey, guys.
Navid, did you just fly all the way from New Jersey? Uh, technically, from Philly, Omaha, then Denver.
Everything was booked up for spring break.
I didn't know if I'd make it in time.
Hey, Ivy.
So sorry for your loss.
I'm fine.
Really, I just I wish you didn't go through all that trouble.
Thank you.
How are things at Princeton? Fine, I guess.
Just took a while to get used to being the new guy.
But, uh, I'm working for the college paper.
Well, that's good.
Still can't believe about Raj.
Guess I have been pretty out of touch.
Ade told me Dixon just, uh, practically had a stroke.
Can't believe he didn't call me.
I mean, what's his deal? I'm sure he knew you were having a great time, you know, at school and didn't want to mess that up for you.
Yeah, maybe.
I'm still going to kick his ass.
So how have you been? I'm great.
Well, it was good seeing you.
Dixon's phone.
This is Carter Thomas's office at House of K Records.
Is Dixon available? Uh, no, but can I take a message? We'll try back.
Carter wants to set a meeting to give Dixon feedback on the tracks he sent in last week.
Last week? I'll tell him.
Service is about to start.
We should get in there.
Who was that? Wrong number.
Come on.
Cut it out.
We're at a funeral.
I'm setting up that meeting.
Well, stop it.
- We should be focused on Raj.
- I am.
Look, life is short, and we have to embrace every opportunity.
Looks like we're on for this afternoon.
God, am I amazing or what? But not as amazing as Silver.
Vanessa, come on.
I told you what she's going through.
Must be hard to be at a funeral of a guy who just died of cancer when you might have the cancer gene.
Her boyfriend is back in town from Princeton.
Why don't you let her cry on his shoulder for a change? He's not her boyfriend anymore.
Besides, she doesn't want him to know about the test.
Why wouldn't Dixon tell me that he already sent tracks to a producer? He didn't have to lie.
Maybe he didn't lie.
Why don't you just ask him? I can't.
The doctor said not to stress him out.
And he already feels like I'm smothering him.
There's got to be some kind of simple explanation.
You know what? You're right.
I mean, when nobody else let me in, Dixon trusted me.
I'm going to do the same for him.
If there's something going on, he'd tell me.
I signed a recording contract.
What?! Dude, that's great.
Just keep it down.
Ade doesn't know yet.
Why not? Because the label didn't want her.
They said her past would hold us back.
She's going to find out.
Well, maybe not, okay? Uh, I already told her I started working on music again.
And, I don't know, maybe in a few weeks, I'll tell her the label liked it and wants to sign me.
Dude, that's the worst plan ever.
Well, I mean, what else am I supposed to do, huh? I mean, I don't want to hurt her feelings.
This girl is really important to me, man.
But so is my career, and and opportunities like this only happen once in a lifetime.
I get it.
But look what happened to me when I lied to Silver.
Even after all this time, she she can barely talk to me.
This tandoori is making me sweat.
I'm going to go get some fresh air.
Pretty intense in there, huh? Yeah, I guess.
Vanessa, right? Yeah.
I, I feel like know you.
Silver talks about you all the time.
She-she does? Mm.
She must be really relieved you're back.
I can't imagine what she's going through.
What do you mean? Being at a funeral for a guy who just died of cancer.
Oh, I'm sorry.
Oh, my God.
Oh, my God, she didn't tell you? I have such a big mouth.
I'm sorry.
This is not my place.
W-Wait, please.
Tell me, what's going on with Silver? Okay, but I'm only telling you because I'm really worried about her.
- Hey, you guys, can we get out of here? - Two hours of grieving is pretty much my limit.
Come on.
Let's get you home.
Ivy, wait.
Kher, hi.
You were Raj's wife, and I know how much you loved each other.
That's why I think he would like you to have his ashes.
I'm I'm, I'm sorry.
I-I I-I can't.
Um It's weird having Raj back in the house, but I have to say it's a nice urn.
I just wish Ivy would talk to us.
So we can say what? I offered to take her shopping, she said no.
I am out of ideas.
You're right.
She should talk to someone with a spiritual perspective.
Someone like Caleb.
The PILF? "Priest I'd like to" Yeah, I got it.
What? I was gonna say - "Priest, I'd like to friend.
" - Mm.
He can help Ivy, and, you know, teach you - about the Seven Deadly Sins.
- Okay, stop! I'm only going to see him for Ivy's sake.
Okay, I'm pretty sure lying is a sin, too.
I'm off.
PJ and I have a couple's massage.
The suspense is killing me.
I'm gonna get him relaxed and then I'm just gonna ask him point-blank what his big secret is.
What's the matter? It's PJ.
"Have to cancel spa date.
Something came up.
" Hmm, guess he has to serial-kill someone.
Liam's movie is gonna open huge, and the offers will come rolling in, but, you know, in the meantime, we want to do something that really showcases Liam's real talent.
This is a modern-day version of The Brothers Karamazov.
The script is brilliant.
And Liam is perfect for Alex.
That's the lead.
We're out to Ryan Reynolds for that role.
I'm offering Liam the role of Tomas.
The stable hand? He barely has any lines.
Yeah, But he, he sweats a lot and he takes his shirt off.
I thought you said you want to showcase Liam's talents.
What are you trying to say? Honey, you're adorable the camera loves you but it wouldn't hurt to take a few acting lessons.
You don't know what you're talking about.
Liam's a star.
Maybe, but I'm offering the stable hand.
You can take it or leave it.
I think we're done here now.
What are you doing here? What is this about a cancer test? Who told you? That doesn't matter.
The question is, why didn't you? Because, Navid, it's no big deal.
No big deal? Silver, you're being tested for the cancer gene.
I can't believe you didn't tell me.
Well, you weren't here to tell.
What does that mean? It means you left, okay? Oh, so because I decided to go to school, everyone forgets how to use a cell phone.
How are you making this about you? We're not even together anymore.
We may not be together, but I still care about you.
Well, look, Navid, this is something that I need to go through alone.
But those test results don't just affect you! How could you be so selfish?! Wow.
See, I thought the selfish thing would've been to call you and ask you to come home.
But I didn't do that because I didn't want to mess up your amazing new life.
Now I get it.
Silver No, forget it, okay? You're not gonna make me feel guilty about this.
It's my life, and I don't really care what you think.
Hey, I'm sorry.
Get the hell out! Thanks for agreeing to talk to Ivy.
Hey, it's worth a shot.
Sometimes people feel more comfortable talking to strangers.
Let me just rinse off here, get out of this suit.
So you're not really big on advertising the whole "becoming a priest" thing, huh? Not so much.
It tends to freak people out.
They start to act differently around me.
Yeah, I could see that.
It's like they think I'm gonna condemn them to hell or something.
Truth is, I'm just a regular guy.
I have flaws just like everyone else.
Oh, if only.
Hey, this is Dixon.
It's Carter.
Look, I still want to talk about your tracks, but something just came up: Haley Reinhart is playing a showcase this afternoon at Saint Rocke.
Her backup guy got sick and had to bail.
How'd you like to come down and join her for a song? Uh are you serious? Uh, we haven't rehearsed anything.
You know her stuff, right? If you can get down here in an hour, you're in.
All goes well, Haley might ask you to fill in on the last leg of her tour.
Uh, oh, man! That, that's amazing, but I don't know.
This is happening way too fast.
I haven't even told uh, all my friends.
This is a big deal.
Opportunities like this don't come along every day.
Uh, cool.
Uh, count me in.
Great, I'll e-mail you all the details.
Look, I'm only doing this because my friends are worried about me.
It's not like I actually have anything to say, okay? Then screw it.
Let's go surf.
I'll tell Annie I fixed everything.
You know I'm not Catholic, right? I mean, I'm not even sure I believe in God.
That's okay.
The God I believe in can handle that.
Okay, so what do you want me to say? I mean, what do you want to talk about? You want me to tell you how weird it was seeing Raj in a frigging bottle? You want me talk about how depressing the whole thing was? I mean, the whole, the whole funeral, okay, it was just it just wasn't Raj.
It wasn't, it wasn't like him.
He was, he was funny and he was charming and he was just he was just full of life.
Everyone says good-bye in their own way.
Maybe that's how Raj's family needed to do it.
Doesn't make it right for you.
Your last name's Sullivan, right? You ever been to an Irish wake? Nope.
I've been to a million of them.
We drink a lot of whiskey, swap stories about the dead guy, and pretty much raise hell.
That's how we say good-bye.
Does it make you feel better? When it doesn't end in a fistfight, yeah.
Something like that sound more like Raj? Actually, yeah.
Let's do that.
Come on.
Okay, PJ, where are you really going? Cops! Cops! Run! Naomi.
Oh! PJ.
Oh, my God.
I'm so embarrassed.
You can't find a good bathroom downtown anywhere.
What's going on? Okay, fine.
Jen heard from one of your friends that you had some kind of secret.
And she was right.
I knew you were too good to be true.
I knew it.
Open it.
No, I'm not gonna open that.
Do you have any idea how many times I've been arrested this year alone? Open the box.
Cigars? They're Cubans.
So, technically, yes, they are illegal.
My guy's a little paranoid.
You smoke cigars? That no, that-that can't be your big secret.
It's a filthy habit.
Picked it up while campaigning for Arnold.
For Ar Oh, my God.
You're a Republican.
That's it! Jen hates Republicans! I mean, it's a practical deal-breaker for her.
But it's not for me! I can live with that! I can totally live with that! - I am so relieved.
- I'm sorry.
I should've trusted you.
You're right.
You should have.
It was so humiliating.
Yeah, I don't usually pretend to pee in front of a guy until we've been dating at least a month.
Okay, you know what? I'm serious, all right? I-I really, really, really screwed this up.
Do you think maybe you could talk to PJ and tell him that I'm not a total freak? - You mean lie to him? - Yes, exactly! And then you can go to your hot little priest for confession; it's a win-win.
Only because I'm already going to talk to PJ about our charity.
But please promise me that you'll stop making up fictional problems and be glad that the guy you're into isn't taking a vow of celibacy.
I promise.
And don't forget, we have that Irish wake for Raj on the beach tonight.
Anything I can do? Yeah, actually.
Bring Raj.
Oh, you're reading a book on acting? Yeah.
You know, some of this method stuff actually makes sense.
Like when I got impaled by the alien, I could've been thinking about getting into a motorcycle accident with an alien.
I don't know, I haven't finished the chapter yet.
Okay, well, if you want to read something, try this.
You're playing Alex.
- What? - Yeah.
What are you talking about? You know how it is.
A bunch of people passed, so you're in.
I-I thought that Cynthia lady hated me.
Eh, she was bluffing.
She wanted to get in your head so we'd take less money.
But when I went back and told her you weren't going to be in the movie at all, she caved.
Now learn your lines; you start shooting next week.
In the meantime, um, I'm gonna look for a new place.
What's wrong with this place? Liam, we can't keep living in the back room of a bar.
Okay, wait, this is all happening so fast.
Of course it is.
That's the way I planned it.
I'm not hitching my wagon to anything less than a star.
Uh, Dixon said I could crash here for a couple of days.
Hope-hope that's cool.
Of course.
I mean, as long as you don't mind splitting two chili dogs three ways.
Uh, Dixon he just left.
Really? Yeah.
I mean, we had this whole day planned to eat comfort food and watch cartoons.
Where'd he go? Uh, think he had a doctor's appointment.
Since when? I mean, I write all of his appointments down in this book.
Yeah, he doesn't have one today.
Oh, well, you know, the guy basically just had a stroke.
So he probably just forgot to tell you.
Or he could be lying.
Ade, listen.
Sometimes people don't tell you everything.
Doesn't mean they don't care about you.
It could just mean they're trying to protect you.
Yeah, I guess you're right.
Of course I'm right.
I'm totally taking out that chili dog.
Oh, wait, let me just, uh, make sure I packed my antacid.
Did Naomi send you to spy on me? I heard about everything.
And I know Naomi can get a little out of hand sometimes, but she really is one of the best people I know.
She has a huge heart, and God knows why she thinks you're amazing.
So will you please give her a second chance? I know she's crazy.
I like crazy.
I'm just making her sweat it a bit.
Well, you two are perfect for each other.
There's one other thing, about the funds for the charity.
Did you get my check? Yeah, I did.
But I stopped by the bank and it bounced.
Oh, I'll get that cleared up.
Not a problem.
PJ, if there's a problem, you have to tell me about it.
Yeah, I guess so.
Thank you.
Naomi's right.
There's, uh, there's a bit of a secret.
All right, when I was 18 and I got my first installment of my trust, I went a little crazy.
You know, girls, booze, partying.
It was like an orgy 24/7.
Lovely image.
Yeah, it was a good time.
But my grandfather, however, thought I was an embarrassment to the family name.
So he put a clause in my trust that said if I'm not married by the time I'm 28, I lose the money, it goes back to my family.
Problem is, I turn Way to run out the clock.
Well, the way I figured, if I wasn't married by now, I'd find a girl, get married, and, you know, doesn't work out, she gets taken care of for the rest of her life.
I know it's not very romantic, but neither was I.
And then I met Naomi.
Wilson, I think she's the one.
You have to tell her about this marriage clause.
I can't.
I don't want her to think that my feelings for her have anything to do with the fact that I could lose everything.
- She's gonna find out eventually.
- Maybe not.
I have lawyers working on it, and there could be a way around it.
Two weeks.
Annie, two weeks.
If I don't have this figured out, I promise you I will tell her.
But you have to trust me.
We're setting up for the wake.
Annie asked me to get the blankets.
Ah, yep.
Right here.
Hey, how would you like to, uh, have another P.
job? Because I just got the lead in a new film.
Good for you.
Are you okay? How could you tell Navid about the cancer test? What were you thinking? What? We had a huge fight.
Which is exactly what I didn't want.
Liam, I never should've trusted you.
Silver, it wasn't me, I swear.
Who else could it have been? Vanessa.
Why didn't I think of that? - No, she wouldn't do that.
- Of course she would.
She hates me.
Liam, I'm sorry.
No, it's-it's fine.
Um, I'll meet you at the wake.
Sounded great.
I think we're ready to do the show.
You must be Haley Reinhart.
Live and almost in concert.
Did you want an autograph? No, I'm actually looking for Dixon Wilson.
Oh, I think he's backstage with Carter, getting ready for the show.
The show? Wait, Dixon's performing today? With you? Yeah, I'm-I'm really excited about it.
Carter played me his single, I loved it.
Well, hey, do you want me to give Dixon a message? Yeah, actually, could you tell him that his girlfriend stopped by? I'm not really dressed for this.
Be better when the fire gets going, but Here.
That better? Yeah.
Does this mean we're going steady now? Sorry.
Bad joke.
I'm gonna get some firewood.
Here's Raj.
Was that a move or was that a move? He's just being friendly.
Oh, would you stop torturing yourself and just tell him how you feel.
But first stop torturing me, please.
What did PJ say? Just that he is fine with your craziness.
He even kind of likes it, which is scary.
Thank you! Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you! Okay, I really owe you one.
I promise, I am not going to do anything else to mess this up, at all.
Okay? Okay.
All right.
Ade, please let me explain.
What is there to explain? You basically cheated on me.
At least, that's what it feels like.
But you're the one who said we should take a break.
Dixon, I'm not stupid, okay? Why wouldn't you just tell me in the first place that you wanted to go solo? Because I didn't want to go solo.
The label asked me to.
All right? It was after Desert Valley.
They said no one would believe that you'd changed.
So what? We always knew that we would have to deal with that.
Unless you believed them.
Ade, you know it's not like that.
I don't know what hurts more, that you chose your career over our relationship, or that you never really believed in me.
Hey, I know it's almost time for the wake, but I think I'm just gonna stay here.
I've had enough grief for one weekend.
Did you tell Navid about Silver? What are you talking about? Her cancer test.
Someone told him, and it wasn't me.
And Silver said it was me? She's lying.
I don't think so.
Tell me the truth.
How did I get the part in that movie? I already told you.
Cynthia was bluffing.
Stop lying to me.
Okay, look, I did some digging, and I found out that Cynthia Bennett, married mother of two, is sleeping with her boy toy assistant.
So I offered her a trade: You get the movie, and she gets to keep her happy little family.
You blackmailed her? She insulted your talent.
Look, I'm sorry if that makes you uncomfortable, but that's the way the business works.
Everything I did, I did for you.
Okay? You have to believe that.
Everything everyone said about you is true.
Did Adrianna even attack you? Liam.
The rundown house you took me to, did you actually grow up there? Of course.
The motorcycle accident was it actually an accident? Our relationship has been one big lie! Okay, Liam, baby, listen, you're just talking crazy.
No, no, no.
I want you gone by the time I get back.
You don't mean that.
Oh, yes, I do.
Get your crap and get the hell out! Liam, please.
I love you.
We're here tonight to share our sorrow and celebrate the life we lost.
There's no rules.
Say what you want to say.
Be honest.
To the dead, we owe only the truth.
- To Raj! - To Raj.
Raj liked me the best.
I'm serious.
He used to tell me, "Naomi, you're my favorite.
" He let me shave his head once.
Uh, you know, when his hair started falling out.
Let's face it even bald, he was one good-looking Indian dude.
We figured out that his name spelled backwards was Jar, and mine spelled backwards was Mail.
We laughed for, like, 45 minutes.
And then I was like, "Dude, seriously, what is in these brownies?" The guy was a good listener, you know? It's like, I'd be complaining about something stupid, then remember that he just went through a full day of chemo.
Kind of makes me wish, uh I would've listened to him a little more.
He didn't care about your past or the mistakes you made.
He just took you at face value.
He never felt sorry for himself.
Even when the cancer was taking its toll.
He was positive.
I'll never forget the wedding.
How he looked at Ivy as he stood across from her at the altar.
I don't know it gave me the hope that someday someone could look at me like that.
There was something about the way he said good-bye.
He'd look you straight in the eye, almost like he knew it could be the last time, so he wanted to let you know how important you were to him.
Anybody else? Wait.
Okay, I know you guys are all saying these really nice things about Raj, okay, but the truth is, I mean, Raj was just a liar.
He lied to me, and he told me that he didn't love me anymore.
And I know that he thought that he was protecting me, but we were we were supposed to be together until the end.
I mean, I married him so that I could spend the rest of his life with him.
And then he just took that away from me.
And now this is what I'm left with.
The time that we could have spent together.
And the conversations that we could have had.
And the things that I never said.
I can't get that back.
I deserved more.
There should have been more.
Think she's going to be okay? Yeah.
She stopped trying to hide from her feelings and was finally honest about what a loss this is.
The truth will always set you free.
Are you okay? No, not really.
I haven't exactly been honest with a friend of mine.
And I guess I'm just worried that if I tell the truth, it could change our relationship forever.
Well, in my experience, if people are talking to me about it, it's because they've already decided they want to tell the truth.
You're right.
I should just be honest.
I'm pretty tired.
I should probably get home and get some sleep.
I'll see you later, okay? I'm sorry for calling you selfish.
I was way out of line.
Just, hearing Ivy tonight and I can't stand the thought of losing you.
You were right, you know.
It's it's not just about me.
It's Our choices in life affect all the people that we love.
Can I tell you something? The night before I left for school, I was, uh, kind of hoping you'd ask me to stay.
Yeah, I wanted to.
Silver, whatever happens, from here on out, I'm going to I'm going to be there for you every step of the way.
Really, I'm sorry that you had to go through all this alone.
Is Dixon here? Ade, uh Dixon went on tour with Haley Reinhart.
What? Yeah, I guess that the showcase, they did together went really well and she invited him to join the rest of the tour.
I can't believe he left without telling me.
Well, hey, he tried to call you.
He left you a few messages, but you didn't pick up.
Tour bus was leaving tonight, and he said it was too big an opportunity to pass up.
Hey, he he had to make a choice.
Yeah, I guess he did.
Ade, come on.
It's not like that.
Dixon loves you, okay? When he gets back, you two will work things out.
Just like you and Silver will? Naomi, are you here? Are you okay? I'm engaged.
I know it's really fast, but when you know it's right, why wait? I've never been this happy in my life.
Vanessa took everything in the register and all the money in the production company.
Is that? I'm so sorry.
Miss, that water's rough.
You'd have to have a death wish to go out there tonight.
Nothing lasts forever.