A Million Little Things (2018) s01e13 Episode Script

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1 Previously on "A Million Little Things" GARY: I will do whatever it takes to get you well, and we will fight this thing together.
I didn't make partner.
Then why are you smiling? 'Cause I just got my life back.
Can we talk about last night? You've got to admit, there's some advantages to me being off my meds.
The commercial loan that Jon took out was for some properties he was underwater on.
How much does he owe? $18 million.
And it's what you owe.
GARY: We've got to be missing something.
The Jon I knew would not have left his family like this no way.
KATHERINE: Someone's been making payments to Jon's loan since he died.
- Ashley? - I'm looking at the account right now.
- Rutledge Trust.
- GARY: Rutledge It was a term we came up with as a shorthand.
- For what? - Take care of my family.
Please don't tell anybody about this place.
Your secret's safe with me.
- We need to talk.
- No, Ashley, we don't.
You owe this to him! [SIGHS.]
Good morning, Gus.
Morning.
- Where are the guys? - Well, Marty called their rooms.
- I'm guessing they overslept again.
- That's interesting.
The guys who were still up three hours ago overslept.
[CHUCKLES.]
[CELLPHONE VIBRATING.]
Everything okay? Uh, yeah, it's just Theo.
- Is he hurt? - No.
He just hasn't been acting like himself lately.
I think something's going on at school.
Thanks.
Mrs.
Cleary said that he hasn't been hanging out with his friends.
You know, he's been going to the library during recess.
- Well, you know - Even more than usual.
Have you asked him about it? Yeah, he's not really talking.
I think he needs some Dad Time.
Well, we're coming through today, on our way to Connecticut.
If you are up for it, maybe you can meet up with us and Theo can spend the night with me.
A 7-year-old on a tour bus? I'll talk to the guys.
I promise they'll be on their best behavior.
What's up, assbags?! Did he just just say I'll I'll I'll I'll talk to the guys.
ASHLEY: This is Ashley.
Please leave a message.
- [BEEP.]
- Ashley, call me back, please.
Katherine said you've been making payments on Jon's business loans? - I have to know what's going on.
Please.
- SOPHIE: Hey, Mom.
- We're about to lose our house.
- Are we doing this driving lesson? Mom, you said you'd take me for my driving lesson today.
You can't keep me locked in this house forever.
[FOOTSTEPS DEPART.]
Look, I know you're wearing that wig today for you, but how about you wear it tonight for me? [CELLPHONE VIBRATES.]
Can you tell me what that says, 'cause texting and driving is very dangerous.
Oh, says the guy who was eating a bowl of cereal four minutes ago.
Uh, it's from Delilah.
She still hasn't heard from Ashley.
Something's going on.
I left Ashley three messages and she still hasn't called me back.
Ooh, stop sign.
Quick, I'll finish my Froot Loop milk.
[SLURPS.]
[SIGHS.]
What? You said you didn't want any.
I don't.
I just don't want to be late for my screening.
Trust me, I'm gonna get you to the doctor in time to pay $28 for parking.
[SNIFFS.]
- Hey, it's gonna be fine.
- You don't know that.
So, please, just n-no more text messages, no more sugary milk.
And no falsetto singing all the lady parts from "Hamilton.
" And, yes, I am aware I just said "lady parts.
" [CHUCKLES.]
Okay, I know you're not mad at me.
No, I am mad at you.
You made me care.
[REGISTER BEEPING.]
[SIGHS.]
Was this my fault? Did I cause this? You told him the subway vote was off.
- The next day he jumped.
- What can I do? Well, you can't save him, but you can still save his family.
Get the vote back on the table.
[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS.]
You're late.
WOMAN: Technically, I shouldn't be here at all.
[INHALES DEEPLY.]
I did a head count.
5-4.
We have the votes.
That's what you said the last time.
The only swing vote is Frank Jordano, and the folks who want to put in the subway stop gave too much money to his campaign for him to vote any other way.
You better hope that's true.
Jon's family's depending on it.
Okay, guys, listen up.
Tonight, my son, Theo, is gonna be joining us.
- What about - And before you say anything, Jared, I put up with Jasmine and her vaping all the way up and down New Hampshire.
So you can put up with Theo for one night.
- Fine.
- Thank you.
- Okay, some rules.
- You've got to be There will be no swearing.
There will be no smoking.
There will be no drugs.
Medicinal or otherwise.
Tonight, we are not the Red Ferns.
Tonight, we are The Wiggles.
THEO: The Wiggles? - Hey.
Bud.
[GRUNTS.]
- Hi, Dad.
- Hi, guys.
- Good to see you.
Missed you.
- You remember everybody, right? - Crazy Keith! [SIREN WAILS IN DISTANCE.]
Hey.
Either way, I'm here for you.
- You know that.
- "Either way"? You said it was gonna be fine.
Of course it's gonna be fine.
Well, then say that.
Okay.
Am I doing it again? - A little bit.
- Sorry.
- [DOOR OPENS.]
- It's okay.
Good morning, guys.
Maggie, I have your results.
Okay, um, there has been an eight percent reduction in the tumor.
So the chemo seems to be effective.
If we can get it to shrink by at least another eight percent, then we can remove it without affecting the healthy tissue.
- [SIGHS.]
- Oh, my God.
Hot damn, huh? We're not out of the woods yet.
We need to continue the chemo so the tumor is small enough that surgery is an option.
Right.
Okay.
Okay.
But as far as these screenings go, this is encouraging.
[CHUCKLES.]
You're doing this thing where you go up and then you come down, and then you go up, and Are we gonna end up? 'Cause we would very much like to end up.
We're ending up.
But we still have a ways to go.
Yeah, so you're You're not even aware - that you're doing it.
- [CELLPHONE VIBRATING.]
Excuse me one second.
[LAUGHS.]
Well, this is good news.
Don't say what you're gonna say.
You know what you need to do.
You need to call them.
- No, I'm not gonna call them.
- Okay, you need to call your parents.
No, I'm not calling them until after the surgery.
- What if I - Neither can you.
- [FALSETTO VOICE.]
But what if, Sir - And neither can anyone - from the touring company of "Hamilton.
" - But, Sir [BOTH LAUGH.]
[CELLPHONE VIBRATES.]
- Oh.
Hey, you.
- HUNTER: Hey.
So I checked with my friend down at the bank.
Even if Delilah didn't know about it, everything Ashley did was legal.
If it was legal, why'd she go off the grid? I don't know.
- Well, thanks for checking.
- No problem.
Let me know if there's anything else I can do.
Yeah, there is one thing.
Do you want to have dinner? I like food.
You name the place, I'll make the reservation.
How about my place? Sure.
- [BEEPING.]
- [CHUCKLES.]
Oh, shoot.
Carter's calling.
I gotta go.
I'll see you at 8:00? - It's a date.
- Okay.
Uh, yeah.
Oh, my God.
Oh, my God.
What did I just do? Oh, my God.
Oh, my God.
Please tell me this clicked over.
- Carter? Carter? - You seem good.
Carter, real quick.
Um, go into Friend Mode.
I-I just invited Hunter over to my place for dinner.
[SCREAMS, LAUGHS.]
[COUGHS.]
[CLEARS THROAT.]
Definitely want to spend a lot of time on that Both before and after.
- Yeah, we will.
- [COMPUTER CHIMES.]
- Oh, my God.
- What? I just got an e-mail.
You were wondering why Jon overpaid for the buildings? [SIGHS.]
I just got the answer.
I'll be right there.
Everyone [CLEARS THROAT.]
we have news.
- You say it.
- No, you say it.
- It's your news.
- [CHUCKLES.]
Okay, I'll say it.
The chemo has shrunk the tumor.
- [CHUCKLING.]
Oh, yes.
- That's fantastic.
- Wow.
- That is amazing.
- This is incredible.
- Congratulations.
Only by eight percent.
Only? Eight percent, you guys.
When did I become the positive one in this relationship? Congratulations.
That's amazing.
SOPHIE: Yeah, it really is.
And, you know, if we want to continue on this track of amazing, we could teach a young woman to drive.
That was a very nice segue.
Thank you.
Mom, can we do this? - [DOORBELL RINGS.]
- One second.
- Saved by the bell.
- Where's Gina? She went to pick up our wedding album.
Wedding alb Haven't you guys been married - for like four years? - And yet I feel like I've been hearing about this album for 40 years.
Negative Gary's back, you guys.
- Welcome back.
- Aw.
- Wasn't gone for long.
- Yeah.
So an offer? I-I I don't understand.
Apparently, when Jon first bought the buildings, there were plans for a subway stop to go in.
And if it had, the properties would have doubled in value.
That's why he overpaid for them.
He would have made a fortune.
But now, the subway is back on the table, and there's an investor who believes the vote will pass.
We got an e-mail saying he's gonna make an offer.
Well, that's great.
Right? We don't you sound more excited? Because the subway stop is not a sure thing, so the offer won't be huge.
Most likely, you'll still be upside down.
- By how much? - I'm not sure.
I want us to get on the phone with their lawyer as soon as possible.
We have to move quickly because the subway vote is tomorrow at 3:00, and if it doesn't pass, they'll pull the offer.
Okay.
Let me, uh Let me just tell Soph.
[CLICKING.]
GARY: You need to make an album about the making of your wedding album.
- Mom, are you ready? - Uh, sweetie, Katherine and I need to do something right now.
So You know what? I'll teach you how to drive.
And then I'll teach you how to drive correctly.
[CHUCKLES.]
Okay, where are the keys? Oh, you won't be driving today.
The key is this manual, and it unlocks the knowledge you need to drive this car.
- [SIGHS.]
You ready to sub out? - Yeah.
- Yeah.
- [CAR DOOR OPENS.]
Listen up.
[SIGHS.]
A lot of people, they're gonna try to teach you how to drive correctly.
Please let me be one of those people.
I'm gonna teach you how people really drive.
- [SCOFFS.]
- You're gonna hear a lot of shouting about keeping your hands at 10:00 and 2:00.
- That's a load of garbage.
- It's really not.
- It - Oh, crap.
It's Gina.
I knew I should have gone.
Hey, babe.
REGINA: I am at the studio with Berge.
There is a problem with the album.
He wants to talk to "the man.
" - Oh, God.
- So, here, Berge.
Here's "the man.
" Berge, did you really say that? - Hello, Jerome.
- Berge, what did you How can I illuminate the situation today - with this woman, who is so difficult - Berge, listen to me.
No, it is your ears that need to listen to me, Rome, because Berge, stop talking.
I cannot I cannot stop talking - because she bring to my creative space - You're only making it worse.
- the pollution of the emotions.
- [SIGHS.]
Berge, stop.
Are you looking at the album? I'm looking at it.
It is so voluptuous.
I'm sure it is.
Open to the first page.
Tell me what you see.
Okay.
I see Miss Gina in a very delicious dress.
No, what you see is the picture of the only person in the world - that I am allowed to have sex with.
- Ooh.
So whatever Gina wants to happen is what's going to happen.
If Gina says, "Give Berge an extra hundred dollars," you walk away with a Benjamin.
If Gina says, "Tell Berge to shove this entire album up his" I don't even think this would fit up there.
Well, I'll tell you what's not gonna happen.
This fight is not gonna leave your studio.
- [SIGHS.]
Eyes on the road.
- [ENGINE STARTS.]
[CHUCKLES.]
Just give her a little gas.
- [TIRES SQUEAL.]
- Whoa, easy! Whoa! Less gas! Less gas! A lot.
A lot less gas.
- [CHUCKLING.]
Sorry.
- Geez.
Hey, Carter, just calling to check if we got that offer.
You know I would tell you.
So So the real reason you're calling is you're worried about your hot date.
Look, it's just the only person I've been with since Theo was born cheated on me.
How do I know I'm what he wants? Lady, you are a smoke show.
You are testing the limits of my sexual orientation.
If you were not my boss and a woman, I would - Carter.
- What? You need to know your market value, because you're going on the market tonight.
He's got muscles and tattoos.
How do you know he has tattoos? I just know it.
I know it in my heart.
Hey, I'm just saying, if you got to jump out mid-lesson for road rage, you might not be the best driving instructor.
Is that you talking? Or the manual? [INDISTINCT CONVERSATION.]
- [DOOR CLOSES.]
- How was the lesson? Oh, well, that depends.
Was I supposed to learn how to drive or how to identify the, and I quote, "po-po" from 50 feet away? I'll go ask some follow-up questions.
Well, that went well.
At least everyone walked away from it.
Where's Rome? He went home.
But look who stopped by.
Delilah, I know you're upset, but everything I did, I did for Jon.
What do you mean? What did you do? You can't sell those buildings.
How do you know about that? How about instead of us asking her questions, you tell us exactly what the hell is going on.
Jon leveraged the entire business against something he thought was a sure thing.
Kept moving money around, borrowing from different deals.
That's why he took out the mortgage on the house.
To buy time.
And it was working.
We thought that we convinced everyone to put the subway vote back on.
But then the day before he died Come on, Jeri! You said you had the votes! ASHLEY: he got word that the subway stop wasn't gonna happen.
He was in over his head with no way out.
You guys talk about how you should have known.
How you should have seen the signs.
ASHLEY: I'll just call the lenders.
I'll ask them for another extension.
- They gave us at least - No.
No, Ashley.
It's over.
ASHLEY: I saw them.
They were right there.
I just I just didn't know what they meant.
That morning, he said he had to close the restaurant deal that day.
And then during the call, he changed his clothes like he was going somewhere.
But if he had been going somewhere, then I would have known about it.
And then he I got this.
Why don't you take a long lunch? He sent me to an early lunch - so that I wouldn't be the one to find him.
- Thanks, Ashley.
Ashley Morales? JON: If you could do anything with your life what would you do? ASHLEY: I'd go to Barcelona.
But I was too late.
No!! I was 12 seconds too late.
I think part of her doesn't want me to get my license because she doesn't want to lose me like she lost Dad.
I get it, believe me.
Ever since my brother died, my parents have been crazy overprotective.
[CHUCKLES.]
At the end of the day, you know, parents just want to know that their kids are okay.
I-I bet yours are so relieved that the chemo's working.
Actually, I haven't told them.
It's good news, right? I mean, you said if it shrinks 10% more, then they can operate.
No, I mean I haven't told them that my cancer is back.
Ah, you didn't want them to worry.
Hey, how about I give you a lesson tomorrow? Really? But I thought you haven't driven since your brother.
Well, I'm not driving.
You are.
And there's a pretty good chance I beat this, so I'm actually gonna need you to drive carefully.
Yeah, let me see what I can do.
[CHUCKLES.]
Why didn't you tell me any of this? Because 11 weeks ago, I got them to put the vote back on the table.
How? Jon's connections.
I thought if I couldn't save him, maybe I could save his legacy.
So I used the money from the life insurance to pay for the buildings until the vote was back on.
How? The loan was in my name.
The bank wouldn't let us touch the money.
Jon knew that would happen, so he took out a-another policy.
So why didn't the bank freeze that money, too? 'Cause he didn't leave the money to you.
He left it to the guys.
He knew you would know what to do with it.
Rutledge.
You were right, Gary.
He had a plan all along.
What is that? I should have given this to you sooner.
He left it on the balcony.
- [SIGHS.]
- Oh, my God.
Get out of my house.
Delilah, those buildings are gonna be worth a lot of money.
You just have to hold on Get out.
Get out of my house.
[EXHALES SHARPLY.]
Get out! [SIGHS.]
[SIGHS.]
[DOOR OPENS, CLOSES.]
Okay.
Find a mustache.
Cannot be part of a beard.
Um that lady has one.
- Stop pointing.
Stop pointing.
- [LAUGHS.]
- Yeah.
Yeah.
[CHUCKLES.]
- Moustache.
So, how's school going? It's okay.
Hmm? What's happening? Well, Max told me he doesn't want to be my best friend anymore.
What? But you are super cool.
You have to say that.
You're my dad.
[BELL RINGS.]
[SNIFFS.]
Well, you are not gonna believe this, but Jared, he said the exact same thing to me.
It made me feel terrible.
So how did what Max say to you make you feel? Not great.
Yeah.
That is how I felt.
- You know what, Dad? - Hmm? If Jared doesn't want to be your best friend, maybe I could be Jared's best friend.
Hmm.
[CHUCKLES.]
Okay.
Leather vest.
Leather vest? That would have been me in the '90s, bud.
[SIZZLING.]
Mmm.
Smells good.
It's chicken.
[CHUCKLES.]
I've never had chicken before.
Does it taste like chicken? - [CHUCKLES.]
- Shall I pour some wine? Yes, please.
Let's definitely have some wine.
Doing a brand-new step [CLEARS THROAT.]
Got the best moves yet Uh, I saw you talking to Henry this morning.
Did things flare up on the Waverly Steel case? Let's not talk about work.
Yeah.
You're right.
I'm sorry.
And you never will fear the fall [GLASSES CLINK.]
EDDIE: You have fun today, pal? - Yeah.
- Yeah.
I'm glad we talked about stuff.
And you know you can always talk to me or Mom about anything that's bothering you, right? Yeah.
What? I just didn't want to bother you.
You guys have enough problems.
Well, we do have a lot going on right now, pal.
But there is nothing more important than you.
Okay? Okay.
Good night, pal.
Lights out.
- Good night.
- [LIGHT CLICKS.]
Open or closed? - Closed.
- Closed.
- Love you, pal.
- Love you.
Hey, that That kid's great.
Listen, my parents got divorced, and I can tell you, as much as As you and Katherine are in limbo, Theo is, too.
You should talk to her.
Find out where her head's at.
You're right, man.
Thanks.
[SILVERWARE CLATTERS.]
Thanks for cooking.
Thanks for helping clean up.
Yeah, we're quite a team.
Hmm.
Yeah.
You know a poor man needs money - Yes, he does - Yeah.
Ooh, ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh You know the flowers need some rain to grow [SIGHS.]
I'm sorry.
Um, I haven't been with one Someone Look, if you're not sure about this, let's wait.
Baby, I need you Okay.
GARY: You can't just keep reading it, D.
I have to.
I was so angry at him for not saying goodbye, this whole time wondering how he could leave us Leave Sophie and Danny without so much as a note.
And now I'm holding it, and it just [EXHALES SHARPLY.]
doesn't make any sense.
He was in so much pain.
For things that he won't even say.
He couldn't he couldn't talk to me about them.
Didn't talk to anybody.
[SIGHS.]
He was deeply troubled, D.
In ways that we didn't even realize.
He loved you.
I know that.
Even in his darkest hour, he was always trying to take care of you.
That's what this is.
This trust.
I mean, this This is Rutledge.
He left me and the guys all that money 'cause he knew that we would use it to take care You know somebody named Barbara Morgan? Ashley asked me about her.
Yeah, she asked me about her, too.
- Who is she? - I don't know.
But Jon must have, 'cause he made her the fourth beneficiary.
Later today, there's a vote, and it could save your family.
So I think we got to be there.
[EXHALES SHARPLY.]
Yeah.
[LAUGHTER.]
Mmm.
So, you, uh, saving this for later? [BOTH CHUCKLE.]
Hey, so, there is something I want to tell you.
Henry offered me partner.
- What? - [CHUCKLES.]
- When? - Yesterday.
That's what we were talking about at the office.
Are you gonna take it? Yeah, I think I will.
I mean, I have.
And you're just telling me now? I mean, last night was just so nice.
I didn't want to wreck the mood.
You mean you just didn't want to wreck us having sex.
- Well, no.
- Yes.
Are you mad at me because I made partner? [SIGHS.]
No.
I'm mad at the way you told me you made partner.
I think you should leave.
[SCOFFS.]
Really? Really.
Okay, Katie Uh, please.
Sure.
Yeah.
Um, I'll just take care of Uh, just leave them.
Please go.
[SIGHS.]
DELILAH: So, I hear you finally got your wedding album.
Yep.
Thanks to this guy.
[CHUCKLES.]
There was a problem, but I spoke to Berge and handled it.
Yeah, you did.
Mmm.
What was the problem? - I have no idea.
- [SCOFFS.]
What? But you spoke to him.
Yeah, but I didn't let him get a word in.
Because I had your back.
Where's my kiss? I don't want you to just have my back.
I want you to agree with me because you heard my side and you agree with the merits of my argument.
If only you had a marriage manual.
Babe.
Oh, I'm sorry.
This seat is taken.
KATHERINE: Delilah.
Hey.
- The vote's in 20 minutes.
- Mm-hmm.
Despite what Ashley says, the only sure thing you have right now is this offer.
So if you want to take it, we have to do it now.
[SIGHS.]
I need a minute.
[SIGHS.]
Are you Delilah Dixon? I'm sorry, do I know you? No.
But I knew your husband.
My name is Jeri Huntington, and I'm a Councilwoman here in Cambridge.
I called Jon the day before [SIGHS.]
I was the one who told him we couldn't get the votes.
[VOICE BREAKING.]
I'm so sorry.
You can't do what you're doing.
[SNIFFLES, SIGHS.]
I've been doing the same thing since it happened.
You can't blame yourself.
You shouldn't know this, but you have the votes.
The subway stop is happening.
Don't sell those buildings.
[DOOR CLOSES.]
[SIGHS.]
Nice.
Real nice.
You're so much more chill than the boys.
- You're just now realizing this? - [CHUCKLES.]
[CELLPHONE VIBRATING.]
My parents.
I'll call them back later.
You know, if my mom were designing this car, there would be a hand brake right here in front of the glove compartment, and all she'd have to do is say, "Look out, look out!" And it would engage.
Well, you know, if it was my mom designing this car, the doors would only unlock to let me out for college.
[CHUCKLES.]
She just wants to protect you.
Sort of like your folks? Watch it or I will tell your mom that she should go to college with you.
Hey.
KATHERINE: Are you sure? Yes, I'm sure.
Okay.
I'll let them know.
MAGGIE: Uh, you're cutting too far.
Cutting too far.
Ooh.
You know, it's not actually called perpendicular parking.
- Ooh.
Hoo-hoo.
- [SIGHS.]
God, I can't do this.
My dad was supposed to teach me how to drive.
S-Supposed to teach me how to do all of this.
Put it in park.
[SHIVERS.]
[GEAR SHIFTS, BELT CLICKS.]
Scooch over.
Wait.
But I thought you didn't drive.
Quick, before I change my mind.
MADAM SECRETARY: That's four votes against the subway, three votes for the subway.
Councilwoman Huntington, how do you vote? I vote in favor of the subway.
Okay.
The record will show we are now tied, 4-4.
Councilman Jordano, it's gonna come down to you.
How do you vote, Frank? Well [CLEARS THROAT.]
after much debate and hearing people talk today, both sides, uh, make an excellent argument.
But ultimately, when it comes to whether or not to put in the Griffin Street stop my vote is no.
[SPECTATORS MURMURING.]
- [GAVEL BANGS.]
- MADAM SECRETARY: Order! Order! The motion for the Griffin Street subway stop is denied.
This matter is hereby closed.
[GAVEL BANGS.]
- [SCOFFS.]
- Oh, God.
[SIGHS.]
It's okay.
I sold the buildings.
You did what? I sold the buildings.
How did you know? I didn't.
I just I knew I had to take care of my family.
And I realized I needed to trust my instincts, so that's what I did.
Thank you.
MAGGIE: Line up your back bumpers.
When your middle post passes their back bumper, you cut right.
And as your nose passes the bumper, you cut left.
And you drop right in.
Yeah.
[GEAR SHIFTS.]
- [SIGHS.]
- [CHUCKLES.]
What? I said I didn't drive.
I didn't say I was a bad driver.
Your turn.
[CHUCKLES.]
- Welcome back! So?! - It was awesome, Mom! We should really think about living on a bus.
Huh.
Well, I'll tell you what, you make me a pros and cons list, and I'll make you a snack, okay? Okay.
Something with kale.
Jared got me into it.
He's eating it, not smoking it, right? EDDIE: [CHUCKLES.]
Sounds like you guys had a great time.
It was amazing.
It was just what we both needed.
So, how was your night? Uh, not the rock-star life Theo's accustomed to.
Uh, yeah, yeah.
That's, uh Well, we all can't be rock stars.
[CHUCKLES.]
[GEAR SHIFTS.]
[CHUCKLES.]
[SIGHS.]
He'd be really proud of you right now.
You know what? I think the hardest part about losing him was finding out all the secrets he was keeping from us.
Well, he only kept them 'cause he didn't want to hurt you.
Yeah.
B-But, honestly, I just think that made it worse.
What are you doing? You need to call them [BEEP.]
and tell them what's going on.
[RINGING.]
[CAT STEVENS' "TROUBLE" PLAYS.]
[SIGHS.]
WOMAN: Hello? - [CAR DOOR CLOSES.]
- Maggie? - Trouble - Hello? - Is that you? - Oh, trouble, set me free Mom.
I have seen your face And it's too much, too much for me What's going on? Come sit, sweetie.
Trouble Oh, trouble, can't you see? - What is that? - You're eating my heart away It's a letter from Dad.
He makes it very clear that he loved us.
But it's, uh I just I want you guys to remember him the way you remember him.
So we don't We don't have to read it.
Uh, no, I want to read it.
Me, too.
I don't want no more of you JON: Delilah, I know there's nothing I could say that could make you forgive me for what I've done.
But I need you and the kids to know that it had nothing to do with any of you.
I know I haven't been the perfect husband.
- Trouble - For so long, I haven't been the man that you think I am.
The man I wanted to be.
The truth is, that man died long before I met you.
I tried to find him again, but I've been in so much pain.
- I tried to push through.
- Trouble But I couldn't live with it.
I couldn't live with the guilt.
But please know this.
You let the other part of me live so happily for as long as I could.
"And regardless of everything I've done, I've never stopped loving you, and I hope that someday you can forgive me.
" [SNIFFLES.]
"Love everyone as much as I loved you.
" I'm beat, I'm torn Shattered and tossed and worn Too shocking to see Too shocking to see I have a group of friends here who are gonna get me through it.
You don't have to worry about me.
Oh, trouble, move from me I don't want no fight And I haven't got a lot of time [CRYING.]
Yeah, I love you, too.
Are you really looking at the album without me? - I thought you said - I'm just kidding.
Scoot over.
[CHUCKLES.]
[AS BERGE.]
I like to look at myself in airbrushed perfection.
[AS BERGE.]
You look delicious.
[GIGGLES.]
[NORMAL VOICE.]
Sorry.
I should have heard your side.
And then agreed with you after I'd heard it.
[BOTH CHUCKLE.]
[NORMAL VOICE.]
That's okay.
I'm the one who should apologize.
I got upset with you for supporting me unconditionally, and I think I was upset because I was annoyed at myself for supporting you unconditionally.
What do you mean? I don't think you should be off your antidepressants.
And I know that you keep saying you're fine, and maybe right now you are, but But since you've gone off them, I haven't been okay.
You're not taking the pills just for you.
You're taking them for both of us.
[RINGING.]
- Hey.
- ASHLEY: [CRYING.]
I'm so sorry.
- Where are you? - I should have been honest with you.
I-I wanted to tell you everything at that bar that night.
But [SNIFFLES.]
I just didn't know if you'd understand.
Did you find Barbara Morgan? No.
No.
There There are things about Jon that you'll never know.
Oh, yeah? Like what? What things? Things I don't even know.
Gary, I-I should have told you.
Those That building, all those buildings it wasn't just a business deal.
What do you mean? What were they? I just wanted to say goodbye, Gary.
What do you mean, goodbye? Tell Delilah I'm sorry.
I'm so sorry.
No, Ashley, don't hang up.
I [BEEP.]
[INDISTINCT TALKING OVER P.
A.
.]
[BEEP.]
[SIGHS.]
- Who are you calling? - Katherine.
Hey.
Those mortgage bills that went to the wrong place.
Do you have that address? Yeah, I'll have Carter send it over.
Uh, what were you saying? [CHUCKLES.]
I was just saying that I think that we've been holding on for Theo.
And maybe that's not the best thing for him.
Uh, maybe the best thing is for both of us just to move on.
I-I think we should get a divorce.
Okay.
THEO: Who's ready to see my pros and cons list? I'm coming! [SOBS.]
Who lives here? I have no idea.
[KNOCKING ON DOOR.]
[DOOR OPENS.]
Uh, are you looking for Jonny? I think he's on vacation.
He hasn't been here for weeks.
Uh, uh, Jonny asked us to water his plants.
You wouldn't happen to have a spare key, would you? Because we We forgot ours.
Sure.
There's a camera.
Do you think he left a message? If he did, it isn't here.
There's no memory card.
I'm guessing those photos are not of us.
I don't know any of these people.
This is before I met him.
Oh, my God.
What? What? It's the view from the painting.
JON: You're not staring at a blank wall anymore.
It's the Cambridge side of the Charles, so you can pretend you went to Harvard with me.
Boom.
How's that for a view? He said it was the view from when he was at Harvard.
Do you think it was his college apartment? I mean, is that why he bought the building? Who painted this? Jon Jon didn't paint.
[SIGHS.]
B.
Morgan.
Barbara Morgan.