Drop Dead Diva s05e13 Episode Script

Jane's Secret Revealed

See that aspiring model there? That's me Deb until the day I died.
I thought I'd go straight to heaven, but there was a bit of a mix-up, and I woke up in someone else's body.
So now I'm Jane, a super-busy lawyer with my very own assistant.
I got a new life, a new wardrobe, and the only people who really know what's going on with me are my girlfriend Stacy and my guardian angel, Paul.
I used to think everything happened for a reason.
Whoo! Now, I sure hope I was right.
Drop Dead Diva 5x13 - Jane's Secret Revealed Original air date November 3, 2013 Previously on "Drop Dead Diva" Oh, hi.
I thought you were someone else.
It's me the real Jane.
And I want my life back.
Jane, he is crazy about you.
You need to go to him and tell him how you feel.
Grayson, I have something that I want to say to you.
I Jane! Your mother's in the hospital.
Sweetie, my mom is fine.
Your other mother.
Jane's mom.
She collapsed.
What?! Excuse me.
I'm looking for Elaine Bingum, my mother.
She collapsed.
With Elizabeth Taylor.
We found her.
Janie! Mom.
Ladies, this is my daughter, the brilliant lawyer.
I gave them all your business cards just in case they give a patient the wrong pill or something.
Honey, you look flushed.
Have you been running? Yeah.
I've been worried about you, mom.
Can we have a moment, please? - Sure.
- Thanks.
What are you doing here? The hospital called.
They said you collapsed.
Yeah, that.
I came to town to see a musical "Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.
" Oh, I love that show.
- The boys are so pretty.
- Okay.
During intermission, I got up too fast and fainted.
It's nothing.
The doctor just discharged me.
Oh, I gave him one of your business cards, too.
Stacy and I, we're gonna take you back to our place so you can rest.
Honey, I don't want to be a bother.
Well oh.
Mom, we would love it if you would come stay with us for a few days.
Well, if it wouldn't be too much trouble.
Janie, let's go! Elaine, this egg in a hat rocking my world.
I love this guy.
Right back at you, Elaine.
Mom, you're supposed to be resting.
Cooking relaxes me.
Why are you all dressed up? I have an interview.
For a nursery school.
What's he talking about? Well, I have to get my little one into the Buchman Academy.
It is the top pre-pre-pre-pre-college in L.
Now, Stacy, the big question who's your baby daddy? Well, Elaine, it is no secret, but it is o Nonymous.
Uh, s she doesn't know her sperm donor.
I I thought it was Owen.
Janie! Stacy is your best friend.
Owen is your boss and your ex-fiancé.
Greek tragedies were less incestuous.
Listen, you should be resting, you know, not interfering.
So now I'm interfering? - Well - maybe I'd rest better if perhaps you were capable of handling your personal life.
All right.
Do me a favor and stay out of my personal life.
Stacy, good luck today.
So, Elaine, what's for lunch? Hey, Teri, I'm gonna be a few minutes late.
Stopped to get a latte.
Yeah, all right.
I'll get you one, too.
And a muffin.
Extra gluten? A all right.
All right.
Blueberry or bran? Whoa.
Hey, you! You stole my horse! - I got to go.
- I I I didn't steal your horse.
I just brought her inside 'cause she's overheated.
Let's see some I.
, now.
Uh, excuse me.
I'm an attorney.
Before this escalates, why don't we just see if the horse is in danger? Check her gums.
You'll see she needs water.
Well, okay.
I admit, Sally is a bit dehydrated.
So it looks like this gentleman saved you from violating CPL section There's a hose right outside.
I'm Jakob Yordy.
Thank you for your assistance, ma'am.
Jane Bingum.
You don't look like you're from around here.
Unless you're in one of those hipster bands or that's Gaultier.
I'm visiting from Colorado Amish Country.
I'm here to see the president of Ivar Oil.
For the past three days, I've waited in the lobby of his office building, but he refuses to see me.
What's the problem? If I may ask.
Well, about six months ago, we granted the oil company permission to drill on our farm.
Now our groundwater's contaminated and my youngest daughter, Rebecca, took ill.
I'm so sorry.
Doctor says it's benzene poisoning from contaminated well water.
And the only treatment is an expensive bone-marrow transplant.
I came to ask the president to stop the drilling and to pay for my daughter's treatment.
You know, Mr.
Yordy I've dealt with Ivar Oil before.
I'm going to arrange a meeting for you today.
This is my burden, ma'am.
But since the lord has put you in my path I'd appreciate your help.
Grayson, your 10:00 A.
flogging is here.
Uh You must be Robin Nelson.
When I'm dressed for work, I prefer Lady Robin.
- I see.
- Normally I'd change, but I've only got half an hour before I need to get back to my dungeon.
Your dungeon.
- Uh, you must be a - Dominatrix.
- Right.
- Now, sit.
You, leave and close the door behind you.
Should I walk or crawl? Leave.
Yes, Lady Robin.
Teri never obeys like that.
Well, when a woman dresses like a man, she usually needs a strong woman to tell her what to do.
Now, about my case.
One of my clients, an executive at a Fortune 500 company, is refusing to pay a $14,000 invoice.
I need your help to collect.
Why would a rich guy fight you over a bill? Well, a few weeks ago, he showed up without an appointment, and I was booked.
He offered me 10 times my normal rate.
I said no, and he got angry.
I'll schedule a meeting with his lawyer.
- We'll get it worked out.
- No, you won't.
I mean, we're due in court later today.
One of my other clients, a lawyer, had agreed to represent me, but, well, let's just say he got tied up.
If we're going to court, you need to change into something more conservative.
Most judges don't tend to go for leather.
At least not in public anyway.
I'll see you at 3:00.
I am very sorry about your daughter's illness.
But it's not our fault.
The land's been in my family for generations.
The groundwater's never been a problem until the drilling.
In fact, the family can no longer use their wells.
We demand Ivar stop drilling and immediately purify the water table.
We drill thousands of feet below the underground aquifer.
Actually you drill through the aquifer.
You promised to install concrete barriers.
There's no written commitment to provide such a barrier.
An honest amish man versus a big, bad oil company.
Well, we'll see what the jury has to say about this one.
- Actually, miss Bingum - Mm-hmm.
I'm not going to sue.
I came here to ask the oil company to do the right thing and nothing more.
Uh, okay.
Yordy, you can't expect them to clean up their mess because you ask nicely.
Sermon on the mount.
"If anyone tries to sue you for your shirt," "give him your cloak, as well.
" The amish don't believe in lawsuits.
We're done here.
You knew he wouldn't sue, didn't you? Well, I had a feeling.
You're disgusting.
And you are out of moves.
No, no, no.
Actually, that's where you're wrong.
I've got so many moves, I'm like a legal ninja.
Miss Bingum, your client doesn't want to fight.
Yeah, maybe so.
But I do.
And I tend to win.
Hi, I'm Nancy Grace.
For those of you just joining us, we are talking to a lawyer, Jane Bingum, an attorney with a bone to pick with Ivar Oil.
Jane Bingum, what do you know about 8-year-old Rebecca Yordy? Thank you, Nancy.
The oil company's broken promises now threaten the life of this little amish girl.
How so? She's been drinking the tainted water, and now her doctors say she needs a lifesaving surgery.
And let me guess.
Ivar Oil won't pay for that? You got it.
Shame on you, Ivar Oil! Shame on you! Jane, may I speak with Mr.
Yordy? Actually, Nancy, the amish believe that broadcasting their image demonstrates a lack of humility.
That's why there's no amish celebrities.
I see.
But your viewers can help Mr.
Yordy by pressuring the oil company into doing the right thing.
We are calling for a national boycott of Ivar Oil until they take responsibility for their actions, clean up the water, and pay for little Rebecca's medical bills.
You heard her, everybody.
We are taking those Ivar Oil S.
s down! Miss Nelson, tell us about your client's unpaid invoice.
On August 9th, I ordered Mr.
Osgood to sit naked on a block of ice while I read positive reviews of his competitor's products.
How much for that session? $500.
How about September 3rd? I had him crawl to his Mercedes on all fours wearing a leash, and then we went for a drive, and he barked at passing cars.
How much did you bill for that? $775 plus gas.
One question.
Did my client ever tell you he was dissatisfied? All the time.
What did you do after Mr.
Osgood complained? I told him to shut his filthy mouth and ordered him to lick my boots.
He gladly complied.
Your Honor, we've made our case, and the defendant has offered no defense.
Judgment is entered in favor of Miss Nelson.
Great job on "Nancy Grace," boss.
Your cleavage looks amazing in HD.
Teri! Oh.
It's not a sin if it's true, right? You have a good spirit, Miss Lee.
Thank you.
And you have a very hot visitor in Jane's office.
Uh, Zack Trent.
He saw you on TV.
I saw your story on the news and came right over.
And what are the "clean water defenders"? A nonprofit environmental group dedicated to protecting our nation's water reserves.
Yordy, I understand why you can't file a lawsuit, but But the Supreme Court in Lujan v.
Defenders Of Wildlife gives nonprofits subject-matter jurisdiction.
- Oh! - Exactly right.
I've already sent a team to take water samples from your wells, assuming that's okay with you.
I grew up on a family farm.
I understand what this land means to you and your community.
Please Let me help.
Few burdens are heavy if everyone lifts.
Am I interrupting? Not at all.
Everything okay? Since our victory in court, I've gotten four cancellations, all from men Tripp Osgood initially referred to me.
Well, friends can be loyal.
This isn't about loyalty.
Tripp's telling my clients I can't be trusted with their secrets.
And in your line of work, discretion is everything.
Trust is everything.
I mean, if they don't trust me, I'm out of business.
Well, the truth is on your side.
We can sue for defamation.
- Thank you.
- Mm.
You've got feelings for her.
Excuse me? You're a type-"A" lawyer, fully focused on the task at end, which is me, but she drew your attention twice.
And look at your feet.
What about my feet? Your body is facing towards the door, but your feet changed direction when she went into her office.
And that means something? Men tend to point their feet in the direction they want to go.
And you want to go towards her.
Anyway, thanks for your help.
Whoa, whoa, whoa.
I'm just a little frazzled.
Stacy, what's wrong? I am a terrible mother.
I told you it's okay to watch "R"-rated movies - when you're pregnant.
- Not that.
I just had an interview with the Buchman Preschool Academy, and it did not go well.
Stacy, your baby's not even born yet.
I met with the assistant head of admissions, and according to LA-mommy-mistakes.
com, if you don't meet with the head of admissions, you might as well just shop around for second-tier preschools.
You know I play racquetball with Eddie Buchman, the school's founder? No way.
Yes way.
Look, I think it's crazy that you're shopping for preschools at this point in time, but if it's important to you, I'm sure I can get us an interview with the head of admissions.
And I know we're not a couple, but if I'm gonna call in this favor, I got to tell him that it's my kid, too.
Are you cool with that? Absolutely.
Whatever we have to do.
Jane! Your mom was coming to see you.
She passed out by the elevator.
- Oh, God.
- Paramedics are on the way.
How is she? Well, she slept through the night.
Guess it was just a dizzy spell.
But the doctors say she needs rest and they want to hold her for observation.
Thank you.
Um, listen, I got to get to the office, but if she needs anything, call me.
You got it.
I'll be with her all day.
Won't let her out of my sight.
Thank you.
These tests confirm that the groundwater is contaminated with benzene, xylene, and toluene.
Contaminants regularly found at drilling sites.
That's right.
Proof that Rebecca's illness was caused by the drilling.
We are each our own devil and make this world our hell.
Jakob, once the judge sees these test results, I'm sure he'll rule in our favor.
Excuse me.
There's someone here to see Jakob.
- Isaac, this is Jane Bingum.
- Hello.
And I believe you know that man.
Papa I heard Rebecca's sick.
I saw the story on TV.
I What just happened? Miss Bingum, I've been shunned.
In the amish tradition, we are baptized as adults.
At that point, we become full members of the church and we cannot leave.
But you did? While I was on rumspringa, I fell in love.
When I returned home, she was all I could think about.
A year ago, I left my family to be with her, and now now my father will have nothing to do with me.
Yes, I'll admit it.
I was very upset that Lady Robin took me to court over a billing disagreement.
And you told other clients you were upset.
She aired my personal business in a public forum.
I felt a duty to tell my friends, especially those whom I referred to her.
Thank you.
Kent? You couldn't stand the fact that Robin embarrassed you in court? That's right.
So you decided to get even by destroying her reputation? Truth is a defense to defamation.
I just told the truth.
What happens in Lady Robin's dungeon doesn't stay in Lady Robin's dungeon.
Deep drilling can contaminate water if the chemicals used in the drilling process penetrate the aquifers.
And this analysis proves that the water table has been compromised? Yes.
Your lab analysis found benzene levels at 767 parts per million, correct? Yes.
The report also found levels of xylene at 893 parts per million? Correct.
And it found toluene at 347 parts per million? Yes.
Your Honor, I'd like to introduce into evidence a 2009 E.
water-quality report taken from a contaminated well in West Virginia.
How can a West Virginia water-quality report be relevant to this case in Colorado? Oh, I'm about to make it very relevant.
Let's hear it.
Trent, would you please tell us the levels of contaminants found in the West Virginia well? Uh Identical parts per million, yet these sites are thousands of miles apart.
I would find that impossible.
- Wouldn't you? - I'm not sure.
Trent, isn't it true that you never conducted any tests at the Colorado site, but instead tried to pass off an old West Virginia report as pertaining to the amish site in Colorado? I might have mixed up the reports.
Your Honor, we move to strike all of Mr.
Trent's testimony, as well as the lab report.
Motion granted.
We're adjourned for the day.
I am so, so sorry.
We could do another test.
You know that won't matter.
That jury's not gonna believe another word I say.
You've destroyed our credibility.
Excuse me.
Miss Bingum.
I only wanted to help.
Oh, my God.
- Hey, Paul.
- Hey.
We need to talk.
What on earth is wrong with you? I don't know how to answer that.
The doctors said Elaine needed to rest, and you threw her a party? Jane, it's not what it looks like.
Oh, okay, so there's not a mariachi band in her hospital room? - Yes, but - Now I have to go in there and kick everybody out.
Thanks a lot.
What? She's dying.
What? She wouldn't let the doctors tell you this, but, um They found a tumor on her brain stem.
It's why she was in L.
in the first place.
No no.
She was seeing a musical.
She was seeing a specialist.
Um, but there's not anything they can do for her and they don't give her a lot of time.
She only told me so that I would help her with the party.
I I have to talk to her.
- Hey.
- What? Um, when you go back in there, you need to respect her wishes.
So what am I supposed to do? Just act like everything's fine and normal? You don't like it when she tells you how to live your life, right? Paul, this is completely different.
Jane, it's what she wants.
Give her that.
Have you been out all night? I was at the hospital again.
Can I have some of that coffee? - Of course.
- Thanks.
Um, Stace Elaine is dying.
What? She's got a brain tumor.
She doesn't know that I know.
She doesn't want you to worry.
I I realize she's not really my mom, you know? But Right now that just doesn't matter.
I think that she loves you so much and she doesn't want you to hurt because when you hurt, she hurts.
I yelled at her for interfering in my life.
What's wrong with me? What daughter doesn't yell at her mother for that? Yeah.
Yeah, I guess you're right.
Tripp did well on the stand, but I'm sure the jury will see him as an entitled bully.
What really gets to me is that he's having fun at my expense.
There's no doubt in my mind that he enjoys taking the stand.
Robin Is it possible he was turned on? What do you mean? I mean, he clearly likes to be humiliated.
Maybe he's not a vindictive jerk, but more of a Masochist.
I should have seen it.
I mean, that's why he didn't pay his bill and that's why he called my other clients.
He wanted me to sue him.
I need to rethink our strategy.
Yesterday was a setback, but I am not giving up.
I appreciate everything you've done.
Thank you.
But the courts won't find justice where the Lord cannot.
Maybe so, but if Zack hadn't messed up, we would be sitting pretty.
I never trusted Zack.
When we shook hands, I sensed falseness.
Really? - Look at my hands.
- Hmm.
- They're rough.
- Yeah.
- Calloused.
- You know what? I can recommend an excellent, all-natural moisturizer.
You're missing my point.
Zack claimed to have grown up on a farm.
But his hands were soft.
He lied to us.
Thank you so much for meeting with us, miss Ortiz.
Of course, but I want to make it clear that we only accept the most qualified of children here at the academy.
Well, we are talking about 3-year-olds.
They can't even spell yet.
You'd be surprised.
So, our evaluation of the parents is central to our admissions decisions.
Oh, ask me anything you want, but if you're going to quiz me on state capitals, then I need to reschedule in like a month.
Let me be honest.
You seem like a lovely couple, but our preschool class already has a wait list.
Let me suggest some very fine backup academies.
I think we've heard enough.
- Stacy, let's g - Hold on.
Don't listen to him.
He's just the sperm donor.
I am a single mother, and I will not allow you to reject my child.
- Did you say "sperm donor"? - Is that a problem? Because under the law, you cannot discriminate Stop.
Are you an unmarried, heterosexual, artificially inseminated couple? Yes, we are a proud unmarried, heterosexual, artificially inseminated couple.
We need our own flag or bracelets.
Diversity is a priority here at Buchman.
I might actually have a place for your child.
- Really? - I can't guarantee it.
There are other factors to consider.
What other factors? Well, we're currently running our summer campaign, raising money for an indoor pool.
No problem.
How much? Oh, I'd never be so crass as to suggest an amount.
But? We are currently about $25,000 short of our goal.
Can I pay in installments? Okay.
We've heard enough.
Stacy, let's go.
Actually, I'd like to hear a little bit more.
- Stacy.
- I'm so sorry.
Will you excuse me? Owen.
Owen! Where are you going? To get away from this academic shakedown.
If I were still a judge, I'd throw that woman in jail for soliciting a bribe.
But this is not a courtroom, and I am trying to get that woman to accept my child into the highest-rated school in the state.
There are plenty of great schools that don't require pandering.
Ugh! Whatever that means, I am not asking for your money.
And personally, I can't imagine a better way to spend my money than on my child's education.
Now, if you'll excuse me, I have a big, fat check to write.
I'm sorry for the mix-up.
Miss Bingum asked me to apologize to Your Honor in person.
Well, actually, I asked you here, but not to apologize.
- Excuse me? - What's going on? See, I've discovered something about Zack Trent.
He has really soft hands.
Soft hands? Like a baby.
Obviously, he didn't do a day's work on that farm.
So I went ahead and did a little digging, and it turns out that if you do a Google search on Zack Trent, exactly six articles pop up about him and his environmental organization.
And this is relevant because? Because, I mean, such a big organization like Clean Water Defenders I'd expect a little more press.
We're not about publicity.
We're about results.
Anyways, I decided to contact the authors of each of these articles, but they don't exist, which made me wonder if Zack Trent is even a real name.
And guess what.
I'm guessing it's not.
Our alleged tree hugger's real name is David Clemens.
David changed his name after working in the Public Relations Department of now, wait for it Ivar Oil.
There's nothing illegal about that.
Clean Water Defenders is a wolf in sheep's clothing pretending to represent environmental causes but actually working against them.
And Clean Water Defenders, it's backed by a fund created by the president of - Ivar Oil.
- Ivar Oil.
Your Honor, I had no idea.
Even if that's true, your bosses sure did.
And by creating a fake environmental group, this man deliberately made our legitimate claims ring false.
I'll be reporting Mr.
Trent and Ivar Oil to the D.
's Office.
But since the Clean Water Defenders is not an appropriate plaintiff, I'll be forced to dismiss unless I can find a substitute.
- Can you? - I'm gonna try.
Hey, boss.
How'd it go? Unless we can find someone to legally bring the suit, we're gonna lose.
Jakob Will you please reconsider? It would violate everything I stand for.
Why don't I just become amish? I mean, what do you say? You and me, Jakob, milking goats and raising barns.
Teri, you're a genius.
I know, but I couldn't really convert.
I mean, I hear the pretzels are delicious, but the bonnet would give me hat hair.
No offense.
Teri, walk with me.
One moment.
Are you gonna yell at me for coming on to the hot amish man? - Because I am who I am.
- No.
God, I love you for it.
Listen, I've got to go to the hospital and visit my mom.
I need you to track down Isaac Yordy, Jakob's son.
- Okay.
Why? - He's our only hope.
How are you feeling? Where's Paul? He went to go get some water.
I forgot my reading glasses.
He's been reading to me.
"Alice In Wonderland.
" You remember when I read that to you when you were little? Of course.
Yeah, yeah.
Would you mind picking up where he left off? Yeah.
Let's see here.
"Alice came to a fork in the road.
" "'Which road do I take?' She asked.
" "'Where do you want to go?' Responded the Cheshire Cat.
" "'I don't know, ' Alice answered.
" "'Then, ' said the cat, 'it doesn't matter.
'" Sorry.
Go on.
Read your text.
It's not important.
What you do is very important.
Read it.
Just work.
Do they need you? It can wait.
Janie Go do your job.
Make me proud.
I insist.
I'll be back as soon as I can.
I know you will.
And I'll be here.
Osgood, we have a proposal.
If you continue to defame Robin, we'll drop the suit immediately.
I'm sorry.
Maybe I heard you wrong.
But you're supposed to drop the suit if he stops defaming, not the other way around.
Not in this case.
I don't understand.
I think Tripp understands.
I do.
Whatever she wants, I'll do it.
You'll start by calling all of Robin's clients.
I want Lady Robin to issue my instructions.
You'll take back everything you said to my clients that harmed my business.
And what exactly should I say? Tell them you're a filthy, lying, worthless human being.
And I can do that.
All of it.
And I'd like to schedule a time with you for tomorrow.
I'll pay in advance.
I'm sorry I'm late.
I would like to introduce my new plaintiff Isaac Yordy, Jakob Yordy's son.
Your Honor, this man has no standing.
He's not a member of the amish community.
He's been shunned.
My sister is dying, Your Honor.
I'm asking the court to recognize me even if my father won't.
Young man, I wish I could, but you don't qualify as a plaintiff.
Well, actually he does.
Per the family land deeds, Isaac owns five acres left to him by his grandfather.
Is this all true? I am here to help.
Few burdens are heavy if everyone lifts.
It is true.
My father saved each of his grandchildren a parcel of land.
He died before Isaac left us.
Then I'm issuing an injunction preventing any further drilling and awarding compensatory damages plus medical costs for Isaac Yordy's sister Rebecca.
Hold on, Your Honor.
That is excessive.
I'm also ordering your client to put $10 million in an escrow account to pay for any future remediation.
We're done here.
- Hey.
- Hey.
Do you have a minute? Yeah, of course.
You were right.
My first action as a mother should not be to engage in criminal activity.
It wasn't really criminal.
It was a bribe.
And it was shady.
Can I ask you something? Why was that school so important to you? Because I'm not as smart as you think I am.
And a school like Buchman will give my child an advantage that I can't.
See, you're brilliant, and you take it for granted that this kid is gonna be like you, but what if he or she is like me? You know what? You don't give yourself enough credit.
Do you really think that you could have started a successful business if you weren't smart? Stacy, the pakery was genius.
And come on.
You picked me to be your sperm donor.
What does that got to do with anything? You picked a guy like me.
That shows a high level of intelligence.
Stacy, I will always be there to support you and your child.
Our child.
The court has ordered Ivar Oil to issue their first check.
Here you go.
This is truly a miracle.
Please tell Rebecca and mother that I miss them.
Miss Bingum, my train leaves in an hour.
I'm meeting my daughter at hospital in Denver.
She's starting treatment this afternoon.
Jakob, we only won because of Isaac.
He saved your land and he saved your daughter's life.
You will be in my prayers.
Father, please just look at me.
I'm still the same person.
How's she doing? Not so good.
Mom? Hey.
You want me to read to you? I want you to talk with me.
Sweetheart, I'm sorry I meddle so much.
You know what? That's your way of showing that you care about me.
I'm sorry I also embarrass you at times.
You express your feelings.
And I admire that.
I'm the one who's sorry.
I'm sorry that I haven't been a better daughter.
You are always there for me.
But we both know the truth.
What? You're not my daughter.
What? You're not my daughter.
Ever since you were shot.
I never read "Alice In Wonderland" to you.
A mother Knows her child.
You're not the same Janie.
But you're still my Janie.
And in ways I never imagined.
I love you.
Whoever you are.
I love you, too.
Someone help.
She's gone, Jane.
I'm sorry.
I just heard.
I'm so sorry.
You know, she knew she was dying.
She just didn't want me to know.
She was an independent spirit.
Just like you.
Like me.
After Deb died, I bumped into Elaine at the office.
Oh, yeah? And she saw I was in pain, so, uh, she grabbed my hand, took me out onto the balcony.
She told me to scream.
But I wouldn't do it, so she started screaming until I joined in.
Did it make you feel better? I was hoarse for about a week.
But, yeah, it did.
Well, that's good.
That's just great.
My mom dies, and you don't even have the decency to let me know, and then I find you out here making out with him.
- That is really classy.
- I I'm so sorry.
Brittney, I just found out she was sick.
And I wouldn't have known how to contact you anyway.
I left a forwarding address at my apartment.
You're smart.
You could have reached out so I could have said goodbye to my own mother.
Jane, what's going on? Why don't you tell him? Tell me what? Jane isn't really who you think she is.
Who is she? Why don't you ask her?
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