A Million Little Things (2018) s01e08 Episode Script

Fight or Flight

1 Previously on "A Million Little Things" Ash, what are you doing here? Just tying up odds and ends.
You got to love odds and ends.
- Shut it down.
- What? John specifically said "Do not have sex with her.
" I-If I do nothing No treatments How long do I have? You won't live beyond a year.
Winner takes all.
If I beat you, you're gonna fight cancer.
If I win, I am not getting any treatment, and you can't mention it ever again to me or anyone.
Game on.
I win! Dare me to do anything, and make it really hard.
I dare you to get chemo.
Game's over.
I can't believe you said that.
- MATHERS: That's your baby.
- [CHUCKLES] Pretending you're not the father I know it's unbearable.
It's got to be the hardest thing I've ever done in my life.
I just want what's best for you.
GARY: Seems like a good dude.
We're working on a case together.
Well, I hope you win.
You deserve to be happy, Katherine.
[THE CURE'S "LOVESONG" PLAYS] It's so beautiful up here.
I can almost forget that I'm dangling 12,000 feet above the ground in a tiny metal tube.
[CHUCKLES] You worry too much.
I love it.
I get to leave all my problems on the ground below.
- [RUMBLING] - [GROANS] Oh! What was that? Just choppy air.
Don't worry.
[ENGINE REVVING, ALARM BLARING] [GROANS] What can I do? Chad, I can't help you if you won't let me.
Relax, I got this.
I don't have time for this, I have to get to the movies.
Then go.
Who's stopping you, Mags? How can I leave if you can't even tell which way is up? Mags, Mags, it's fine.
- [RUMBLING, ALARM BLARING] - Oh! We're going down.
- Pull it up! - ELECTRONIC VOICE: Pull up! Pull up! Chad, please pull up! [BLARING CONTINUES] Chad, pull up! - Pull up! - Pull up! Please, Chad, pull up! [GASPING] [BREATHING HEAVILY] [SIGHS] [EXHALES SHARPLY] I love it.
I love it even more the second time.
Built-ins, huh? Who doesn't love built-ins? Great poker face.
You'll definitely be able to negotiate the price.
It's walking distance to Theo's school.
It's also walking distance from the job you don't have.
He's kidding.
I teach guitar.
Never here.
I really don't care.
I just care about your credit score, which checked out.
Okay, Gary, what do you think? - Should this be my room or Theo's? - [CELLPHONE CHIMES] Hey.
Get off your phone.
Dude, I'm blowing up over here.
I don't know what to tell you, man.
I'm back on the market, and the ladies love to shop.
Hello, Natasha.
That's a lovely romper.
Okay, you should be using that phone to call Maggie.
I told you I don't want to talk about that.
I do want to talk about Eva, 'cause if she could only have three things on a desert island, they would be vodka, vermouth, and a shaker.
Okay, this woman is telling you she has a drinking problem.
She also has three kids.
Maybe she's married.
I'll earmark her for you.
AGENT: Things in this neighborhood go fast.
If you like it, I would recommend you put down a deposit as soon as possible.
Couldn't agree more.
Soon as you move out, Commando Gary moves back in.
What's the point of having a suede couch if I can't feel it? - Check okay? - Yeah.
Here's the lease.
It's a minimum one-year commitment.
One year.
Gina, it smells so good.
If I throw up, just remember it's 'cause I have all-day morning sickness.
Yeah, well, if I throw up, it's because I'm in a very vulnerable place.
Restaurants live or die by their menu.
Limiting the vomit talk That might help.
Babe, don't be worried.
That's why we're doing a small, intimate tasting for close friends.
It's just us.
- Hey.
- Ash.
I, uh, picked up the rest of the linens.
Oh, amazing.
Thank you.
Give me a few more days for the loan.
I'm trying to work on it.
Okay, well, I can always use some of the life insurance money.
Oh, no.
D, don't use that money.
Why? I'm sure John would want that.
- Anyways, Ashley's gonna figure it out - Yeah.
and we can just focus on the party.
So, are these three tables enough? Who all's coming? You, Gina, Gary, me Ashley, Eddie, Katherine texted me a maybe.
Which, given everything that's happened, sounds like a very polite "not in a million years.
" I'm not touching that.
- Me neither.
- Uh, nope.
What about Maggie? You heard from Maggie? I called, but she hasn't called me back.
Maybe she thinks she can't be friends with us 'cause she and Gary broke up.
Doesn't she know that compassionate doctor trumps bearded man-child every time? [LAUGHTER] What happened with their breakup, anyway? Gary happened.
- Oh.
- Mm-hmm.
How are you not taking this apartment? I'm just not sure.
I mean, the previous tenants had cats.
I'm gonna have to check with Theo's allergist.
You're gonna check with an allergist about an apartment? Does that seem like a thing that normal people do? You know, Theo's spent plenty of nights here with Colin.
He's always been fine.
Colin's not a cat.
Colin's a dog.
What's the one that lays eggs? - [CHUCKLES] - Speaking of chickens, are you afraid to commit to a one-year lease? Me? You can't even make a commitment to a three-week relationship.
Gary, get off those dating apps and call Maggie.
Do not screw this one up like you normally do.
Trust me.
You don't know the whole story.
Oh, and yet I do.
Gary meets girl, Gary hooks up, Gary gets bored.
Man, I have seen porn flicks with more plot twists than your love life.
You're watching porn for the plot? [CHUCKLES] Look, the point is, Gary, you find problems with these women, but maybe the problem's with you.
Oh, says the drunk adulterer living on his best friend's futon.
You know what, man? [CLATTER] Maybe you should stop taking shots at me and get Maggie back.
Or is your plan just to stand there and do nothing and lose her forever? [SIGHS] How about this, Ed? How about instead of telling me what to do, try having my back? I'm the one that gave you another chance after you screwed Delilah.
I'm the one that took you in after Katherine put you out.
You're always so fast to assume that it's my fault.
Well, guess what You don't know! We need to look over the findings of the environmental impact report and finalize our list of potential expert witnesses.
Or we could sneak across the street to the food court and stuff our faces with cheese fries.
It's hard to bill for cheese fries.
I mean, I've done it.
Have you? No, I never leave this building.
I mean, why don't we go out sometime? Someplace fancier than a noodle shop, and maybe we don't talk about work.
Look, I know we're colleagues.
No, uh, it's [SIGHS] It's It's not that.
It's just with everything with Eddie, and I'm You're not sure if you're ready.
I'm sure I'm not ready.
Bruschetta it is.
It's me.
The jerk who dared you to do chemo.
That was dumb.
If you're in there, can we talk, please? Maybe you're not home.
Maybe you are home and don't want to talk to me, which clearly you don't.
You haven't answered my calls or my texts.
But who's counting? I am.
I'm counting.
[CHUCKLES] I know I'm on record as saying that emojis are stupid, but I'd be willing to accept a flesh-toned thumbs up from you right about now.
If you're in there, will you just knock three times, please, so that I know you're still alive? Listen, I'm sorry.
I tried.
I can't not care.
Hey, I'm at the pier.
I picked up lunch.
I got your salad with extra dressing because I now know that lettuce without dressing is just garnish.
I am learning so much at these sessions.
[CHUCKLES] I'm sorry to do this last minute, but I can't make it today.
But now I'm just standing here with a ridiculous amount of buttermilk ranch, which, if I may counsel you, does not go well with Nicoise.
Uh, the thing is, Rome, um I can't meet with you anymore at all.
Because of Gary? So, w-what, at first, you couldn't be my non-therapist because you were dating, and now you can't be my non-therapist because you broke up? No, this has nothing to do with Gary.
Then I don't get it.
Just when I start feeling better, that's when you pull the rug out? What's going on, Maggie? Uh, look, you're in good hands with Dr.
Heller, and you're making great progress, and I'm gonna send you referrals to another psychologist.
[SIGHS] I'm I'm so sorry, Rome.
[CELLPHONE BEEPS] EDDIE: Your kind of run-of-the-mill bathroom, claw-foot tub.
Check this out.
This here would be Theo's bedroom with his own dedicated closet.
Hardwood floors Look at that.
Eddie, you don't have to show me all this.
It's your place.
Oh, I want to.
Look, I've, uh, made so many missteps with you.
I don't want to make any more mistakes.
Anyway, they, um They want a year lease, and I didn't want to make any decisions till I talked with you about, you know where we are.
Gary told you, didn't he? Look, it was just a work dinner.
It wasn't a date.
What are we talking about? Let's not do this.
Gary obviously told you he saw me with Hunter at the noodle shop.
[SIGHS] Gary didn't say anything to me.
Definitely didn't mention anyone named Hunter.
Sorry, is that his given name? He's an attorney.
We're on a case together.
The hearing got moved up, so we're putting in long hours.
Look, it's strictly professional, nothing more.
Well, you don't have to explain.
Even if it were more, I would be happy for you.
Not that you need my permission, but you deserve to be happy.
[SIGHS] Thanks.
I-I thought, uh Where's Maggie? Oh.
Um, Dr.
Bloom doesn't work here anymore.
They told me she tried to reach out to all of her patients - before she left.
- [EXHALES SHAKILY] Do you need a referral? Sir? [KNOCK ON DOOR] Look, I'm sorry to make you come back, but if you had just bought the extra dressing the first time, we would not be in this situation.
We need to talk.
Gina, you don't understand.
No, I don't understand.
My husband turned to you in his darkest hour, and you agreed to see him, and now that he depends on you, you cut bait? No, that's not what I am doing at all.
I gave him the name of three therapists - who are excellent - No.
No, he trusts you.
And so do I.
That's That's a problem.
That is it.
I can't I know both of you, and as a therapist, I have to establish boundaries, which means no friendships.
Oh, I refuse to accept that.
You give me one good reason why you can't keep seeing my husband.
[SIGHS] Because I'm dying.
W-What? [SIGHS] Hey, you're Maggie's friend.
I'm Tom.
- I'm Gary.
- Nice to meet you.
Take me to the airport, please.
Okay, get in.
[SIGHS] She didn't tell us because she was afraid we were gonna treat her like "cancer girl" and push her into getting treatment.
We should push her into getting treatment.
It's why she and Gary broke up.
We all blamed Gary.
He was just protecting her secret.
She shouldn't be pushing us away when she needs us most.
No, she shouldn't.
We're not gonna let her.
Have you ever loved someone? You just give them all that they want I just wanna hold you tight Even if it's just for one night - Hi! - Hi, this is Hey, sorry for the impromptu visit.
We just came to I know why you're all here.
This is, uh, the part where you give me the big speech, right? "Don't give up, Maggie! Get treatment.
Choose life.
" I've already thought this through, and I made up my mind.
Yeah, uh, w-we didn't come to do that.
- No.
- No? No, no, we came because we need help picking out the wine for tomorrow night's party, and I'm not drinking, - and I don't trust his taste, so - [LAUGHTER] Look, we got a case of wine, and an assortment of cheese.
Yeah, and let's be honest.
We bought the cheese so we wouldn't feel as bad about the day-drinking.
- That is true.
- Mm-hmm.
GINA: Oh, and bread We did not bring bread.
Do you have bread? I do.
All right, come on in.
[LAUGHTER] Oh! Tom! Tom.
[CHUCKLING] Hey! You're Maggie's friend, uh, uh, Gary, right? - Yeah.
- Yeah, what are you doing in Chi - Oh, my God.
- No, no, no.
She's alive.
Can I [SIGHS] Can I walk with you? Yeah, yeah.
EDDIE: This is fantastic.
He didn't have a key or anything, yet he got back inside.
THEO: Or maybe he snuck in.
You know what he did? He's very tiny.
I think the moral of the story, though, is that even though Curious George moved to a new place, he was comfortable living in a new city.
That George, he's very curious.
Look at that.
- I don't think so.
- Hmm? 'Cause if he were, he wouldn't call his friend "The Man In The Yellow Hat.
" He'd say, "Hey, what's your name? Just curious.
" That's a very good point.
I'll add it to our list of letters.
Actually, you know what, bud? I, um, I wanted to talk to you about something.
That's your serious voice.
No, it is not serious at all.
This is actually really good news.
You and I are gonna be moving.
- We are? - Mm-hmm! Does Mommy know we're coming home? No [CHUCKLES] Bud.
We're not gonna be moving in with Mommy.
Daddy is getting his own apartment.
Our own apartment.
Does Uncle Gary not want us here anymore? No, buddy, Uncle Gary loves you.
In fact, he made me promise that he can come over and visit anytime he wants.
Then where is he? We were supposed to wrestle for the Championship of the World tonight.
That was tonight? Yes, tonight.
Well, he's clearly forfeiting because he's a chicken.
And we all know what you do with chickens! Turn 'em into nuggets! - Ah, boof, boof! - [LAUGHING] [GRUNTING] One for you.
- Mmm.
Thank you.
- One for you.
Still none for you.
I'm a French woman near soft cheese and wine.
It's just not fair! Why do you have all the moving boxes? Oh, I'm just putting some stuff in storage.
[SNIFFS] This is, um, medium bodied, complex, dry Mm-hmm.
With, like, hints of gooseberry.
- Gooseberry.
- Mm-hmm.
You just making up food names now, Maggie? - [LAUGHTER] - You know what? Hands down, I would pair the Sauvignon Blanc with the scallops.
Can we move on to the reds? - Mm-hmm.
- No, wait.
I can't move on until I figure out what a gooseberry is, seriously.
[LAUGHTER] DELILAH: Gooseberry is a green and fuzzy fruit.
Wait, "goose" Does it come from a goose? Oh, my God, Maggie, what's happening? Hey.
[SNIFFLES, SHUDDERS] No, it's just we've been talking about wine for two hours, and you haven't brought it up once.
We thought that's what you wanted.
No, it's good.
It's good.
I do.
I just [SIGHS] This wasn't supposed to happen.
Yeah, sweetie, I know.
Cancer sucks.
Not the cancer.
This wasn't supposed to happen.
I was just supposed to go to a support group and live my life to the fullest until I couldn't, and then I met Gary.
I just didn't [LAUGHS] I didn't think that a guy that I hooked up with in a church bathroom would lead me to friends who would support me in living the rest of my life the way that I want to live it.
[SNIFFLES] Then why are you pushing us away? Because I can't do this.
I can't I can't hurt you.
Listen, you get to choose whether or not you want to do chemo, but you don't get to choose whether or not we're here for you.
Yeah, we we choose that, 'cause we're your friends, and that's just the price of admission.
Yeah, I lost someone, um, [SNIFFLES] a while ago, and it someone I tried to save, and it still really hurts.
[SNIFFLES] And I can't put anyone through that kind of pain.
You think I don't feel that pain every day? That's That's what friends do.
The night I met you, you held my hand when When I buried my husband.
And that's exactly why I can't bear the thought of you being at my funeral.
[SIGHS] She won't talk to me, man.
I can't even get her to open the door.
I need you to help me knock down that door and get her back to chemo.
It's not gonna happen, man.
That door is not coming down, and there is nothing that you or I can do about it.
It was put up long before you and I even met her by some guy named Chad.
- Chad? - Yeah.
No, I've never Yeah, well, she doesn't talk about him.
[SIGHS] Believe me, I've tried.
He did a number on her.
[SIGHS] So, what do we do, man? T-That's it? So, what? We give up? I had a psych professor in grad school who used to say, "You can't save someone if they don't want to save themselves.
" Yeah, I've heard that.
You know what? I lost my best friend recently, and there's not a day that goes by where I don't wonder if there was something I could've done to save him.
That's why I'm here.
It's very simple.
I need to know I did everything I could to save her.
So I'm asking you.
Please, Tom, get on a plane.
Come back with me to Boston.
The thing is, I already flew to Boston to try to convince her.
I can't do that flight home again.
Whenever I'm alone with you [RUMBLING] [SWITCH CLICKS] Why are you switching it off auto-pilot? Because we're not headed in the direction I want to go.
Okay, it's gonna be harder than you thought.
- [RUMBLING] - Oh, my God.
- My airspeed's dropping.
Just keep your eyes on the horizon.
Pull up.
Pull up.
Switch it back to auto-pilot.
No! [BLARING CONTINUES] What are you doing here? Rome, you shouldn't be here.
It's only gonna get worse.
I got you.
[GASPS] - Pull up.
Pull up.
- I don't want you to get hurt.
We are in this together.
Have you heard from Gary? No, why? Well, he didn't come home last night.
He's not answering any of my texts.
I'm supposed to make the final decision on my apartment today, but I had to walk his dog three times.
Without getting too graphic, D, Colin's poops are proportionate to the size of his body, and his body is the size of a small horse.
Okay, slow down.
What What I tried to apologize for this little fight, but What'd you guys fight about? I told him he was being an idiot for losing Maggie, that she's the best woman he's ever dated.
[GROANS] Eddie, there's, uh Where are you? [CELLPHONE VIBRATING] [CELLPHONE BEEPS] Hello? Hey.
I-I know you're probably not going to, but I just wanted to call and tell you how much Delilah and I want you at the party tonight.
Just promise me you'll think about it.
I'll think about it.
That's all I'm asking.
[CHUCKLES] Just think about it in the car on the ride over.
[CELLPHONE BEEPS] Everything okay? Yeah.
You sure? Yeah.
[CLEARS THROAT] What are you doing tonight? You tell me.
I feel like such an ass.
[SIGHS] Why didn't Gary say anything? Maggie didn't want anyone to know.
How long? [SIGHS] Less than a year.
[EXHALES SHARPLY] God, you think you have your whole life ahead of you Then you go for a cup of coffee everything changes.
This is really nice.
I always thought the next apartment I would rent would be for us.
I can't I can't lose anyone else.
It's okay.
[SNIFFLES] No, no, no.
We can't.
Not No matter how much I want to.
Not if we're saying that our That this baby is Jon's.
[EXHALES SHAKILY] [KNOCK ON DOOR] Not saying I don't love the sweatpants with the holes in them, but you might be a little underdressed for this tasting party.
What's with all the boxes? I told you.
I'm just putting some stuff in storage.
Yeah, I didn't buy it the first time you said it, either.
Can you tell me the truth? [SIGHS] Um, well, I don't want my mom and dad to have to pack up after I'm gone, so I'm doing it now while I still can.
What about the party? The party can wait.
Last night, you mentioned someone that you lost, someone you couldn't save.
I just want you to know, whoever it was, you might not have been able to save them, but you sure as hell saved me.
Uh, excuse me.
Regina, I am crazy for this Caprese.
And this truffle mac Totally whack.
It amazes me that you convinced two women to sleep with you.
[SIGHS] She's not coming? Here's the thing, you know [LAUGHING] She is.
Ta-da! [CHEERING] Aaaah! So glad you came.
Me too.
Thank you.
And let the tasting begin.
All right.
Please, do not forget to share your thoughts on the scallops.
Be brutal.
But not the mean brutal The nice brutal.
[BILL WITHERS' "LOVELY DAY" PLAYS] Oh, hi, Katherine! You made it! KATHERINE: Hey.
Check out her plus-one.
This is my friend Hunter.
Yes, it is.
[LAUGHS] It's nice to meet you.
Hi, I'm Delilah.
Thank you, Katherine, for coming.
Can I get you a glass of wine? [CHUCKLES] Delicious, delicious.
That man is delicious.
That is not funny.
He's like a chocolate George Clooney with a caramel Gosling center.
Okay, he's just some guy who works at her firm.
Yes, everything about him does seem firm.
Bring it.
You're not getting to me.
Look at you being the bigger man.
I mean, smaller bigger man.
That's - He's taller.
- I get it.
That is hilarious.
Seriously, man.
How you doing with all this, Ed? Well, you get what you deserve.
And I deserve this.
Well Hey, guys.
This is Hunter.
Hey, man.
Nice to meet you.
Nice to meet you.
Guys, I highly recommend the crab cakes.
I'm gonna go try those now.
Can we talk? Uh, depends.
Are you gonna get treatment? Gary, do we really need to rehash this right now? Nope.
'Cause I'm not gonna care more about your life than you do.
Hey, Mama.
Ohhhh! Hug this body.
What's in my mouth? - Good food.
- It's so good! Hey, scarf.
Hey, sneaks.
See you also dressed up.
It's a long story.
Hey, I am so sorry.
I said a bunch of things I shouldn't have.
I'm gonna give you guys a minute.
And they were probably stupid.
And, you know, you're right.
I probably didn't know the whole story.
Let's be honest even if you had known the whole story, you still would've said stupid things, Ed.
That is your default.
- That's fair.
- [CHUCKLES] And I will take your apology.
How's the apartment hunt going? Did you get the approval from your allergist? [CHUCKLES] I haven't gotten that far.
It's hard to sign a year lease when you're still kind of living kind of day-to-day.
Here's an idea.
Why don't you live day-to-day with me for as long as you need to? Not because I would miss you.
I would miss that adorable Asian kid you keep insisting is yours.
[CELLPHONE RINGING] [CHUCKLES] What is this? What's happening tonight? Yo.
Where are you? MAGGIE: Hey, sorry, but you wouldn't talk to me any other way, so [SIGHS] I owe you an apology.
I'm listening.
It was unfair to let you get close to me.
[SIGHS] What isn't fair is this choice that you have made to not fight this.
I understand why you feel that way.
Don't make it seem like I'm the weirdo here, okay? I'm not unusual.
If any of these other people knew what I know, trust me, they would want you to get treatment, Maggie.
Gary, they do know.
And they all support my decision.
What do you What? What do you mean they know? No, wait, no.
What? No way.
You guys can't be serious.
Are we really just gonna stand by and watch this woman kill herself? All we said to each other after Jon died was, uh, "How could we not see it?" Right? How could we not know? How could we not know? Well, we know! She's standing right here in front of us, and she is sick! And we know!! Shame on all of you! Shame on all of you.
But you know what? It doesn't matter anyway, does it, Maggie? No.
'Cause you're gonna bail on them just like you bailed on all your friends in Chicago.
Isn't that right? Where you off to next? I hear it's lovely in Baltimore this time of year.
Gary, stop.
All because some loser named Chad broke your heart? [VOICE BREAKING] Don't ever say that name again ever.
You don't know what the hell you're talking about.
You're right.
I don't know what I'm talking about.
[SNIFFLES] I don't know you.
No, I'm the exact opposite of okay.
For the record, I agree with you.
[SIGHS] After what happened to Jon, we need to fight for our friends.
[SIGHS] You look like you could use a drink.
No, I'm already sweating and screaming at people.
Probably not a good idea.
Not even one for the birthday girl? Today's your birthday? Yeah, see, I didn't say anything because I didn't want to take the spotlight away from Regina and Delilah.
I had a different plan.
I know you don't like birthdays.
No, I don't like my birthday.
I'm [SIGHS] I'm on fairly good terms with other people's.
So You do want to go have a drink? Sure, as long as it's not wine.
Thank you.
So So, those are my friends.
[CHUCKLES] I owe you an apology.
Not at all.
They seem cool.
They just happen to be dealing with a lot right now.
If I'm being honest I used you tonight.
I felt rejected by Eddie, and a part of me liked having him see me with someone else.
A very smart, good-looking someone else.
Apology and compliment accepted.
[CHUCKLES] Hey, and trust me, I know that divorce can be complicated.
Wanting to make your ex jealous doesn't make you a bad person.
It just makes you a human person.
Thank you.
And if we were to ever go out, I'd want it to be for the right reasons.
And if we were ever to go out, maybe we could limit it to - three or four of your friends, tops? - [LAUGHS] I can work with that.
Well, tonight was, uh Yeah.
All right, well, thank you.
I don't know Drive safe.
If she ran away, if she ran away Uh, one more thing.
Hmm? Just come home [SIGHS] Uh, he was my brother.
And he was 19.
And he had been drinking, which is something that he did to self-medicate for his depression.
[SIGHS] And I had stopped him so many times before.
That night, my friends wanted to go to the movies, and so I chose to go with them.
And [SIGHS] I can't help but think that if I hadn't gone, [VOICE BREAKING] Chad would still be here.
I'm really sorry.
You know, the paramedics said that he, um, he died as soon as he hit the tree, so since then, I've pretty much spent my life t-trying to keep people from hitting the tree.
You can't blame yourself.
You can't say that.
You don't know.
I didn't stop him.
[SNIFFLES] He needed me, and I wasn't there.
And now he's gone.
Is that why you won't save yourself? [LAUGHS] Oh However far away I will always love you However long I stay Uh, see you Friday at 1:00? Extra dressing.
I will always love you Hey, Regina.
I came back because I wanted to thank you.
It was great to be here and feel like part of the gang again.
Just so you know, this evening was supposed to culminate in a chocolate ganache cake.
A much sweeter, though less dramatic, finale than what was on Gary's menu.
[CHUCKLES] Want to try it, tell me what you think? A sugary dessert? I love it.
Delilah gave it a thumbs up, but, you know, she's eating for two, so I wanted a third opinion.
What? Delilah's Oh.
I'm sorry.
I thought you knew.
Uh It's Jon's.
She's pregnant with Jon's baby.
[SIGHS] Wow.
And I thought my life was complicated.
However far away I will always love you However long I stay My roommate's not home.
It's okay.
That's perfect.
Whatever words I say I will always love you I will always Love you [GROANS] [SIGHS] Something wrong? No.
Whenever I'm alone with you [THUNDER CRASHING] I'm sorry, Chad.
I can't I can't do it.
Sure you can.
No, it's no use! We're going down! No, you're not, Mags.
- Pull up.
Pull up.
- There's one thing you need to know.
There's nothing you could've done to save me.
Oh, my God.
[LAUGHS] We're okay.
We're okay.
Where are you going? Hey, where are you going? This is where I leave you.
Whatever words I say I will always