B Positive (2020) s02e02 Episode Script

Vermont, Switzerland and Connecticut

Previously on B Positive So, my body's not gonna reject the kidney? If it was going to, it would have happened by now.
- Drew, we did it.
- We sure did.
I had something to do with it, but okay.
When you're done in here, strip the bed in 206 - and toss the mattress.
- Oh, no.
- Mr.
Knudsen? - Yeah.
Heart attack on the toilet.
That's so sad.
He was always constipated.
It was bound to happen.
- I really liked him.
- Forgot.
Gina, Knudsen apparently left something in his will for you.
- You're kidding.
- No.
Expect a call from a lawyer.
So, $24 million? Give or take.
A-Are you okay? I just had a little orgasm.
What's going on? I'm in love with Gina.
What? She's the one.
I'm sure of it.
Sorry to bother you.
I just didn't know who else to go to.
You chose wisely.
Though that may be the bedtime bong hit talking.
What's going on? Well, uh, ever since the surgery, I've felt closer to Gina than I used to.
There's a connection.
That sounds a little judgy.
This is for real.
I-I think about her constantly.
Every time I see her, I feel complete.
Like she's the yin to my yang.
The hand to my glove.
The J.
Lo to any number of people.
Okay, you need to be careful.
A lot of people who get transplants - develop feelings for their donor.
- Yeah, I get that, - but that's not what this is.
- Think about it.
You literally owe Gina your life.
- It's easy to confuse that with love.
- Oh, please.
I know the difference between love and gratitude.
Gratitude comes after sex.
There's been no sex.
Has Gina ever said or done anything to make you think she feels the same way? Why is that important? What about Adriana? What about her? Aren't you a couple? Mm-hmm.
My advice Slow down before you do something you regret.
That is not what I wanted to hear.
All right.
Where do you see this going? Well, I don't want to get ahead of myself, but if things go the way I hope, our wedding cake could be in the shape of a kidney.
Pretty cool, huh? Mm-hmm.
This is very cool.
I saw Eli Russell on the reservation list, and I thought, "No way.
" Always good to meet a fan.
- You were on my fantasy football team.
- Oh, no kidding? Your injury ruined my season.
Wasn't great for mine, either.
Did you call ahead and ask him to make a big fuss over you? You know me very well.
I'm sorry, Mr.
I'm having a little trouble with this card.
Do you happen to have another one? Uh, uh, sure.
- Here you go.
- Um, does our room have a fireplace? - Yes, ma'am.
- And fluffy robes? - One for each of you.
- Is it soundproof? Uh, I don't know.
We'll find out.
I'm so sorry, but this card's not working, either.
You're kidding.
You know what? Check us in, and I'll call my bank, and we'll work it out.
I can't do that.
Um, here you go, my good man.
What are you doing? I'm paying for our room.
And dinner.
And if you're good, an in-room movie.
Hopefully Top Gun.
Thank you.
And here are your keys.
What's happening? I'll explain everything once we've properly disturbed the neighbors.
And I know it seems weird, but I can't help feeling what I feel.
I can't imagine my life without you.
Oh, God, your breath is flammable.
You lick your balls.
You got to expect it.
Adriana, hey.
What's up? Guess where I am.
Well, let's see.
You're in Switzerland, so Matterhorn? Chocolate factory? A bank filled with Nazi gold? I'm in a cab headed to the airport.
I'm coming to see you.
What? Now? I'll be there tonight.
Seriously? Um Okay.
Well, what about your treatments? My doctors said I could take a few days off, so I thought I'd spend them tickling your new kidney scar.
Oh, well, uh, yeah.
It's still a little tender, but, um, maybe you can help me put ointment on it.
Okay, we're gonna have to work on your dirty talk.
What are you doing back so soon? - Ugh.
Weekend was a bust.
- What do you mean? Sorry.
No, I was talking to Gina.
Say hi for me.
Adriana says hi.
- Oh, hi.
- Gina says hi.
Tell her I miss her.
- She misses you.
- I miss her, too.
She misses you, too.
And I loved her last Instagram.
She loved your last Instagram.
- My post or my story? - Okay, that's enough.
Both of you.
I land at JFK at 7:00.
Can you pick me up? She lands at JFK at Oh.
No, that's for me.
- Yes, sure.
- Good.
And clean out your back seat.
We're having sex in the parking lot.
Well, uh, just FYI, it is covered in dog hair, but, uh, yeah, okay.
See you later, lover boy.
And I will see you world traveling girl.
Adriana's coming? Yeah.
Oh, I'm happy for you.
Well, it-it's been a while.
A lot's happened since then, so we'll see.
So, what happened with your romantic weekend getaway? Uh, I told Eli about the money, and he did not take it well.
- Oh, no.
- Yeah.
Every time I tried to pay for something, it was like a dark cloud came over him, and he would just sulk.
I hate that.
My ex-wife was a sulker.
How can someone sulk at Epcot? And on our honeymoon.
Huh! He barely spoke to me the whole drive back except for when we had to stop for gas and he needed my credit card.
Poor guy.
Yeah, I don't know what's gonna happen to us.
I'm sorry.
Look, I want you to know something.
Your money does not bother me at all.
- Thanks.
- I'm serious.
You want to be my sugar mama, I am a diabetic, baby.
Well, that was worth flying nine hours next to a screaming baby.
I've been saving myself for you.
- You mean in every way? - In every way.
Since you called yesterday.
Hey, um, I'm really glad you're here.
Well, I would hope so.
So, what are the doctors telling you? How's it going? So far, I seem to be responding.
If my numbers stay where they are, they think I can come home for good in a couple of months.
Wow, that's amazing.
Then we can pick up where we left off.
Again, amazing.
Oh, I talked to Gina.
We're having drinks tomorrow with her and Eli in the city.
What? Why? 'Cause they're our friends and it sounds like fun.
Yeah, no, totally.
I-It's just that, um, well, you're only here for a short time.
Maybe it should just be us? No, it'll be great.
Gina thinks a night out might help her and Eli get back on track.
Well, that is goal number one for me.
I never understood all the salt on a margarita glass.
It's like I'm drinking a pretzel.
Do you need to pee? What kind of question is that? I'm just curious how my kidney is handling the tequila.
It's doing just fine.
Shoot me a text if things go sideways.
I want to make a toast.
To Drew and Gina.
Sounds like we're a couple.
You guys got through the surgery, and now you're both better than ever.
Ooh, and I want to make a toast to Adriana.
I am so glad to see how well you're doing, and you make Drew happier than I've ever seen him.
Well, I don't know if that's exact Yeah.
Cheers, cheers, cheers, cheers.
And I want to make a toast to my lady Gina for looking so fine tonight.
You do look great, G.
What about me? Oh, you look great, too.
Well, not better.
Exactly the same.
Maybe I do need to pee.
Doesn't matter whose body that kidney's in.
It does not hold tequila.
Son of a bitch.
- What's wrong? - It's my next-door neighbor.
My car is getting towed.
- What? - Oh, no.
Yeah, it sucks.
Why is it getting towed? Parking tickets? I don't know.
I'll figure it out.
Well, let's call the cops and tell them - they're making a mistake.
- It's fine.
We don't have to call anybody.
But they are towing your car.
It's getting repossessed, okay? Oh.
I'm sorry.
False alarm.
What's going on? Eli's car got towed.
I got behind on payments.
I thought they were gonna - work with me.
- You should have told me.
- It's not your problem.
- Yeah, but I could have given you You could have given me what? I'm sorry.
I can't do this right now.
I got to go.
Wait, I'm coming with you.
I'm so sorry, you guys.
Slow down! I'm wearing very expensive heels! Wow.
Poor Gina.
Poor Gina? Eli's car got repossessed and she inherited millions of dollars.
Mo' money, mo' problems.
Tequila's making its move.
Oh, God, that feels so good.
Thank you.
Hey, have you been going to PT for your hip? You bet.
Just keep rubbing.
So, what's going on with your Eli? I'm not sure he's gonna be my Eli for long.
Why? What's wrong? Lower.
You'd think me getting all this money would be a good thing for us.
I'll tell you what the real problem is.
Oh, please do.
You should maybe write this down.
- Tell me.
- Men are stupid.
I'm serious.
Money makes them crazy.
When they don't have it they're miserable and when they do have it, they're cocky sons of bitches.
So what do I do? Well, he's a proud man.
You got to let him - crawl out of this hole himself.
- Yeah.
But my instinct is to help him.
Yeah, well, that's wrong.
It's open.
Norma, I need a favor.
- You still work here? - Yeah.
- Why? - I love this place.
Why? What do you need, Althea? Did you steal Mr.
Patel's Cialis? No.
I'm keeping it till he pays me what he owes me from gin rummy.
What's he owe you? $6.
Please give me the Cialis.
- He's crying.
- Sorry.
I need some kind of collateral.
He has a date tonight.
How about one? How about $6.
25? I hate this job.
Isn't Mr.
Patel struggling with his memory? He shouldn't play cards.
Come here.
I'm so glad Gina gave you a horny kidney.
Well, I don't think that's connected to that part of the plumbing.
Well, I guess tech Mm-hmm.
This is my last night.
I expect you to send me back with a smile on my face.
Well, I will certainly give it my best effort.
But just, uh, fair warning, that, uh, bread pudding is sitting in here like a rock.
Okay, you really got to work on your dirty talk.
Sorry for dumping all my problems on you.
We need to teach you how to gargle.
- Hey.
- Hey.
- Eli here? - No.
We're taking a little break from each other.
Or he's taking a break from me.
Oh, no, that sucks.
Uh, you want to talk about it? Like, in the morning, maybe? Oh, I'm good.
You guys have fun.
You sure? Yeah.
Good night.
Drew? Oh, yes, of course.
Right away.
Sexy time.
All right, what's going on here? - What do you mean? - Oh, come on.
- You and Gina.
- What? You think I'm an idiot? You're obviously into her.
Oh, my God.
Okay, yeah.
I mean I care about her.
But, like, you know, how you care about a friend who gave you a kidney.
Oh, I knew this would happen.
You're not sick anymore, but I still am.
You're ready to move on.
It's perfect.
You and her already have matching scars.
No, it's not that at all.
I'm just a little confused, okay? Ever since the surgery, I've just been questioning everything.
I'm sorry, but I need some time to sort things out.
Time? You're asking your girlfriend, the cancer patient, for time? - What are you doing? - I'm leaving.
So you can sort things out.
Where's Adriana? She left.
Is everything okay? No.
What happened? Uh, hard to say.
Jet lag.
Early onset menopause.
Anybody's guess.
What about you guys? Money.
He doesn't have any and I'm farting Bitcoins.
Where'd you guys leave it? I'm not sure.
But if you had to guess? We're just gonna have to see.
There are times like this that make you realize how important certain people are in your life.
Boy, is that true.
- You see where I'm headed? - Yeah.
With everything going on in my life, I am so lucky to have you as a friend.
You're reading my mail.
I thought this money was gonna make me happy, but you know what? The happiest that I've ever been is when I gave you a kidney.
- Really? - Yeah.
Gave my life purpose.
It gave my life life.
Look at us.
Two people whose dreams have come true, and we're miserable.
Happier lives have been built on less.
I'm nodding, but I don't know what that means.
Okay, people.
Just got off a conference call with corporate, and it looks like we're in for another round of budget cuts.
Again? Are we trying to give these people a nice place to live or just make a buck? You're adorable.
No more free van service.
If the residents want to go somewhere, they're gonna have to take an Uber.
But most of the residents can't work the Uber app.
Yeah, half of them have flip phones.
Well, it sucks to get old.
All right.
Meal choices will be reduced.
We're gonna make cuts to the theater, arts and music program.
And, also, we'll be losing half of the overnight staff.
What are we supposed to tell the residents? Good question.
How about we wait and see if anybody notices.
Okay, big smiles, everyone! Now, go out there and act like you care.
We do.
Very convincing.
I know what to do with my money.
Drew? - Drew? - Bathroom! I need your help.
Again, bathroom.
I don't mind.
What? I'm going to buy the retirement home I work at.
- What? - Yeah.
Um, there's probably gonna be some paperwork, so I'll need your help with that.
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