Dynasty (2017) s02e10 Episode Script

A Champagne Mood

1 - Previously on Dynasty - I can't do this anymore.
I love Culhane.
I just had this very disturbing conversation with the head of Steven's foundation.
He's missing.
BLAKE: Cristal? Now, I know you didn't want an engagement gift, but I got you something simple.
You bought a soccer team? This is all the blackmail on Fallon and Jeff Colby.
And as a bonus, $5 million cash.
You can walk away from me for good.
MICHAEL: Nico.
You must be Ada's new guy.
Welcome to the fold.
- Who the hell is this? - It was all a setup! Look out, Jeff! Jeff? Just stay with me, Jeff.
(truck horn blowing) Blake, I'm gonna need your help.
(monitor beeping) MONICA: When is he gonna wake up? I know it seems like a long time, but when dealing with bullet wounds, the body needs time to recover.
What took you so long to call me in the first place? Did you have to call your lawyers first? I know you're stressed, but if there's anyone that can pull through this, it's Jeff.
(bell ringing) Where should we set up breakfast, Mr.
Carrington? In the dining room, where it belongs.
And please tell the rest of the staff this room is off-limits until further notice.
- SERVANT: Yes, sir.
- Did my brother know you were bringing him to your guest room instead of an actual hospital? Believe me, there was no other choice.
You, Blake, should never start a sentence with "believe me.
" When your brother wakes, I'll let him tell you why he's here.
In the meantime, if there's anything else you need, please let me know.
Hey.
Hey.
- How's he doing? - Who knows? I can't get a straight answer out of anyone.
Where the hell is Culhane? Well, just so you know, he feels awful.
Of course he does.
This is all his fault.
My brother is still unconscious, and from what I hear, Culhane barely has a scratch.
I'm not going to defend him, but, I mean, I don't think he'd crash his car on purpose.
Right.
Because he always tells the truth.
And what about you? You knew all about his secret life of crime and you didn't say - anything to me.
- Culhane was supposed to tell you everything about Ada.
I'm not the one you can't trust.
Fallon, I've told you a hundred times now.
I had no choice.
Everything that I did was To protect me.
Yes, I know.
It was.
I did what I had to do to get that blackmail back from Ada.
The less you knew, the better.
So you just lied to my face.
This face.
This face that you could still be lying to now.
Uh, Fallon, I didn't start any of this.
If it wasn't for your crazy escort plan that got Max Van Kirk killed, none of this would've happened.
And that's it? That's everything? Yes.
I promise you, and your perfect face, that's the whole truth.
But we still have that Nico problem.
It's the Van Kirk Industries guy that was at the drug deal.
The FBI has him, and he can ID me.
If he knows my name, I'm done.
If he knows your name and even then, he might not do anything.
He has nothing left to lose.
They probably have him holed up somewhere, negotiating a plea deal right now.
I'll take care of it.
Absolutely not.
You can't go anywhere near him.
I'll make some calls, I'll find out where he is, and he and I will have a little chat.
And then you and I can negotiate our own little plea deal.
Uh-oh.
Is this a family meeting? Because if it is, I'll leave.
I was just explaining to these two that Jeff Colby is family, and we take care of our own.
Speaking of family, I just got news on Steven.
- You did? - Why didn't you say something? Can I talk? I spoke to the foundation head in Paraguay.
He's fine.
Sort of.
He, uh, disappeared into the jungle on some sort of ayahuasca retreat.
He was on a drug binge.
I think it's more of a spiritual binge.
He's still trying to figure out who he is.
You know, this all seems shady.
No matter where he is, he usually reaches out to me.
I'm basically his rock.
"Spiritual binge," that sounds like a cult.
I've always said Steven could be a cult leader.
I can have an extraction team in the jungle before nightfall.
Easy, Rambo.
Look, this isn't exactly out of character for Steven.
At least we know he's safe.
Ish.
Of course, now he'll be MIA from the charity gala tomorrow for his own foundation, but I can pick up the slack.
I guess that's what love is, doing things you don't want to for people who don't quite deserve it.
BLAKE: Cristal? JENNINGS: Yes.
Here.
Are you sure you don't want to go to this meeting with me? Well, the thought of talking finances is so exciting to me, but I'm gonna let you have all the fun.
This should be the final meeting before the soccer league signs off on our bid.
I have complete faith in you.
Well, that would be your first mistake.
(chuckles) This is gonna be like one long honeymoon.
Mm.
Hey.
You okay? I'm fine.
I'm just tired.
I can think of something to wake you up.
Talking finance.
(laughs) You should get going.
Go.
(footfalls retreating) (sighs) How cute are these? Maybe we should have Steven's face printed on some of them.
I don't want him on a truffle.
I want him here.
And on a truffle.
He is here, in spirit.
Well, spirit isn't going to help me plan a gala.
The First Annual Steven Carrington Foundation Fund-raiser, minus Steven Carrington.
If you don't want to throw this party, I most certainly can.
You most certainly can't.
I've already hired a professional.
And everything, from the silent auction to the refreshments, is being handled.
All you have to think about is your speech.
What speech? Just a few words for the guests.
As Steven's spouse, you are officially - the host of the gala.
- (sighs) I could give a speech.
I am his mother.
Don't remind me.
Steven owes me so big.
Well, it looks to me like you've already rewarded yourself quite well.
Speaking of shopping, why don't you and I coordinate our wardrobe? - As Steven's representatives.
- (monitor beeping) Welcome back to the land of the living.
DOCTOR: Try not to move around too much, Mr.
Colby.
You're likely to be sore.
Which hospital is this? It's not.
You're at the manor.
- The what? - (beeping quickens) Oh, hell no.
- No, no, no.
No, no.
- Shh.
Jeff.
- N-N-No.
You need to take it easy.
- (groans) You were in a car accident, and then you had a bullet removed.
I can't believe you let them bring me here.
I didn't "let them" bring you anywhere.
I just found out.
He's awake.
Maybe you can tell us what the hell is going on here.
All of this is on you.
Ada, the smoke bombs in the club, my brother getting shot.
Monica, I'm sorry, but it is much more complicated than you I don't believe a word that comes out of your mouth.
You may have fooled Fallon, but she's gonna figure out who you are real quick, and I want to be there to watch her destroy your ass.
Monica, it's okay.
I'm okay, all right? Can you give me and him a second alone? What am I doing here, man? You'd be recovering in a jail cell if I did everything by the book.
So you called Blake? That is so messed up, man.
I I-I got to get out of here.
Look, look, look.
The doctor said you need to rest until you regain your strength.
Blake and Fallon know everything, so they're cool with you staying here as long as you need to.
(panting): Come here.
You almost killed my sister.
And then you almost killed me.
I'm gonna find a way to make you pay for this.
And it will hurt.
Now get the hell out of my sight.
What is it? I-I'm here to clean? Uh, no.
No, not now.
That's why I put a sign on the on the door.
Fresh towels? Uh, yeah.
I guess.
- Just, can you make it quick, please? - Mm-hmm.
Yeah.
No, sir.
Not you.
Sorry.
(sighs) Yeah.
We're just in a holding pattern until the lawyers get here.
We should have something in place by tomorrow at the latest.
- (vacuum whirring) - No.
Excuse me! Hey! Can you stop that? No, no, I'm sorry.
I, I can't I can't hear you.
No.
We have a really aggressive housekeeper here.
It is Hold on.
Hold on a second.
Oh.
(vacuum stops) Hi there.
Hello, Nico.
Who are you? Did Ada send you? Where's-where's Darrell? Oh, he just stepped out for a second.
And, no, Ada didn't send me.
Oh, okay.
Well, I could use clean sheets.
First of all, gross.
Second of all, I don't know the first thing about changing linens.
I'm here to change your mind.
How 'bout it? STEVEN: Hey, this is Steven Carrington.
- Please leave a message and I'll get back to you.
- (beeps) Hey, it's me.
Again.
Can you please call me back? Actually, I'm not asking.
You need to call me back, damn it.
You You actually sent me divorce papers in the mail, Steven? What the hell is going on? WOMAN: If you're satisfied with your message, please hang up.
- No.
Of course I'm not satisfied.
- If not, dial one for NICO: What did you say your name was again? I didn't.
Then why would I trust you to help me with anything? I don't even know who you are.
Or why you're doing this.
I'm doing this for a friend.
And it's not about who I am.
It's about what I can do for you.
Anything you can do, I'm pretty sure my lawyer can do better.
Really? Because my sources tell me that you were caught red-handed with a truck full of heroin.
- Yeah.
- So - you don't really have a ton of options.
- Maybe not.
But if I tell the Feds what I know, I'll be a free man in three and a half years instead of ten.
And what else do you have? I mean, the FBI doesn't knock off seven years for nothing.
Just the guy that sold me the drugs.
Michael Culhane.
(takes deep breath) Well, the money is just a down payment.
It's a sign of good faith.
This is a one-time-only offer.
Shiny new passport, one-way ticket to the Bahamas, the deed to a bungalow on the beach, and $10 million in cash.
All you need to do is never say the name Michael Culhane again.
Tempting.
But you can't call off the FBI.
So, even if I took your offer I'd be a fugitive.
And I like Texas barbecue too much to be on the run forever.
Then you and I will pick an island where extradition is impossible, and we'll fly in a few slabs from Franklin's - every weekend.
- (laughs) Sorry.
No deal.
Now, unless you're gonna actually change my linens, you should leave, before I tell my FBI friend what's going on.
I guess you saving my life was as tough for you as it was for me, so thanks for that.
You should be thanking me for bringing you here.
We both know how much you hate hospitals since you had your tonsils taken out.
Although that was probably more about your mother abandoning you than losing your tonsils.
I remember you, uh, didn't talk for two months after that surgery.
I had a sore throat.
And a lot on my mind, okay? But that's your sister.
Always leaving damage behind as she disappears.
Half sister.
Which brings me to my point.
For better or worse, we're a family, Jeff.
Family helps each other.
(wry laugh) I just need a small favor, and it's one that'll benefit both of us.
And to be fair, you owe me.
- (laughs) - I need a diverse investment partner to get this soccer team.
All it'll cost you is $10 million for 20% ownership, and a phone call to the Urban Outreach Coalition pushing our bid.
Then all you have to do is cash checks and enjoy your luxury box.
It sounds like a win-win to me.
No.
It sounds like you're getting $10 million, and all I'm getting is tickets to a team that likely won't win a game for two years.
You're also getting an uncle that's willing to keep your secrets.
You're really gonna blackmail - a man in a wheelchair? - Yeah.
You have reached an all-time low, Blake.
What do you want, Jeff? I'm trying to make a deal here.
Then let's make one.
I'm listening.
I want Culhane crushed.
He's my future son-in-law.
Which means he's not blood.
You want your soccer team.
I want Culhane to suffer.
Hi.
I know you told me you never wanted to talk to me again, but we need your help.
"We"? Yeah.
We.
And then the FBI almost busted Culhane for delivering drugs to one of Max's old VKI connects.
Yeah, but you have no actual evidence that Uncle Max was involved.
Well, that's why we need your help, to access the files.
We need to find the paper trail that leads back to Max.
Even if I had it I told you to never call me again, Fallon.
And it's sort of a big ask.
You know, me turning on my favorite uncle, who is dead, to help my sort of ex-wife and her new fiancé.
And this would ruin his name.
My name.
Tell him.
When we were in New York Max wouldn't sign for your family to buy C.
A.
from my family unless I had sex with him.
(takes deep breath) (exhales) Wait, wait, wait.
What? I'm sorry.
I should have told you.
I was afraid it would blow up the deal.
So you - Did you? - No.
I did what any normal person would do.
I blindfolded him and hired a look-alike escort to pinch-hit for me.
But then her expertise caused him to have a heart attack.
MICHAEL: And in the process of cleaning all that up, I got tied up with Ada.
I'm sorry.
I hate asking you for anything, especially right now, but please.
Mmm.
- (clears throat) - Sorry, no animals in the kitchen.
Even if the rest of your "paint and sip" class loved yours the best.
Since you have effectively blackballed me from helping with this party, I am contributing in my own way.
And I'm gonna put up my latest painting, anonymously, at the gala's silent auction.
You're joking.
Or inebriated.
I will have you know that my work has been shown and sold all over metro Atlanta.
Oh.
In which coffee shops? Well, I'm just trying to help.
Yes, well, it's because of all your "help" lately that Steven's not here to host his own party.
Ah, that's what this is about.
Look, Joseph, Steven's always been a leaf in the wind.
And I love that about him.
There's a difference between being free-spirited and irresponsible.
I should just thank God that you're past the age of bearing children.
Now the only thing you can ruin is blank canvases.
That's good work.
The divorce seems real on paper, but Steven's never this impulsive.
Is it possible that he's been unhappy and just didn't say it? He's married to me.
Why would he be unhappy? It had to be the ayahuasca talking.
I should just ignore the whole thing, right? I came to you for advice.
Don't clam up now.
Okay.
From what I know about ayahuasca ceremonies, they work as some sort of truth serum.
They're supposed to reveal your inner demons your feelings.
So you're saying deep down this is what Steven really wants? (exhales) Well, that's cruel.
I'm just saying there's no way that you can be a hundred percent sure what's going on in someone else's mind.
And Steven's been through so much trauma in the past few months.
Maybe he wants a fresh start.
You were supposed to give me a pep talk, not make me more depressed.
I'm sorry.
Maybe I'm wrong.
I'm just trying to see both sides here.
Let's just talk about something else.
- (sighs) - Okay.
I'm pregnant.
I just found out.
I haven't told Blake.
The timing's terrible, and it makes me look like a gold digger.
Okay.
So was not expecting that you are expecting.
(sighs) Are you gonna keep it? I want to.
But with Adam running off, Steven gone, and the baby being kidnapped, I just don't think Blake is in a good place for this right now.
And how do you know what he wants if you haven't asked him? I know.
I think.
You need to tell him.
Or give him some ayahuasca, see what he really thinks.
LIAM: You're really going to the ends of the earth here.
Are you sure this is all worth it? Are you sure you're okay with all this coming out about Uncle Max? If he did what you said he did, then yeah.
Uncle Max deserves this.
So you believe me.
I do.
I know you think I made the wrong decision about who to be with.
You said it, not me.
Well, your uncle did a pretty good job at covering his tracks.
Yeah.
Looks like all the shipping invoices have been professionally doctored.
I don't think we're gonna find a smoking gun here, Fallon.
Well, maybe we do some doctoring of our own.
(monitor beeping steadily) (sighs) How you feeling? Man, spare me your concern.
What do you want? Well, to clear the air about a few things.
Such as? Where we stand.
I spoke to Fallon, told her everything.
She forgave me.
That's great.
You didn't get her shot.
That's fair enough.
But it goes without saying, we need to keep quiet about all things Ada-related, for both our sakes.
Especially if it comes up with your cousin, the police chief.
- (beeping accelerating) - Seriously? You think you can come in here and tell me what I'm allowed to talk about - or who I can even talk to? - Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.
Whoa, whoa.
Calm down.
- You need to go, man.
- Jeff Get the hell out of here! - Don't touch me! All right? - Sir! Sir! - Don't - Sir, calm down, sir.
- (flatlining) - Jeff! WOMAN: His BP's crashing.
Get the code cart now.
Initiate resuscitation.
(whooshing) (no audio) SMOKEY ROBINSON: I don't like you But I love you Seems that I'm always Thinking of you Though, oh, oh You treat me badly I love you madly You really got a hold on me - (flatlining) - You really got a (gasps) Mom.
WOMAN: We got him.
He's back.
I didn't order turndown service.
What did you do with my guard? His girlfriend just found out about his wife.
He'll be a minute.
Now, step aside.
I have some new information to share.
(sighs) This is a paper trail proving that Max Van Kirk was the mastermind behind VKI's drug ring.
And this is the same paper trail, except it all leads back to you.
It's fake.
- You made it all up.
- Correct.
You know it's fake, and I know it's fake.
But with an airtight online footprint backing it up, the FBI won't.
So you can keep Culhane's name out of your mouth and be home in 42 months, or you can have a very pissed off cellmate for 20 years.
And no barbecue either.
I'll make sure your lawyers have the papers first thing in the morning.
With all you're going through to save his ass, I hope this Culhane guy's worth it.
I can't believe they cleared you to leave after you just flatlined.
Well, I didn't just wake up and walk out.
But once I set up my own doctors, they couldn't stop me.
By the way, I told Dad you had the flu when he asked where you'd been, not that you got shot.
And from now on, you stay put.
I can't afford to lose you.
I'm fine, Mon.
More than fine, really.
I'm renewed.
Almost reborn.
Hey.
(chuckles) What was that song Mom used to sing to us when we were kids? What are you talking about? Saturday morning, when she was cleaning the house, there was some song she'd sing.
Just calmed everything.
You must be blacking out again, because that's not how I remember it.
You're jaded.
And you are literally on drugs.
Mom didn't sing nearly as much as she yelled.
The only memory of her I haven't purposely wiped out is the one where she left me on Granny's doorstep while you were still in the hospital and disappeared.
That's the point.
I never got a chance to say goodbye to her.
- And that's my fault.
- Are you insane? She's toxic.
That's why she's not in our lives.
Maybe it doesn't have to be that way.
I mean, one near-death experience and you realize you have to make some changes in your life.
Do those changes include forgiving Culhane? Yeah, that's not happening.
According to Fallon, he didn't have a choice.
Ada was always holding the blackmail over him.
That's not how I remember it.
- BLAKE: My God.
- (sighs) You look amazing.
Are you okay? I heard Jeff left because you asked him to be co-owner of the team.
Well, I'm not sure if that's why he's gone.
But what's that got to Did you ask him? I'm trying to come up with a way to get this team for you.
(scoffs) Well, clearly, this isn't about me anymore.
It's about you and your ego.
I am not not going to apologize for trying to build a legacy with you.
I don't understand why you're not more excited about this.
This is the first thing I've been passionate about since C.
A.
dissolved.
The first thing? - Good to know.
Okay.
- You - (sighs) - That's not what I mean.
Either way, I don't need an engagement gift.
If anything, why not put that money into Steven's charity instead? Boy's whole life was a charity.
What you don't know about my son is, he's cost me millions in his protests, in his bail, in his countless stints in rehab.
And then he skips out on Christmas to go on a bender? So, no, I think I'll pass on that.
(phone buzzes) Hello.
Just tell me when it's done.
(sighs) WOMAN: Good evening.
Everything here tonight is 100% eco-friendly.
- I see the paintings - WOMAN 2: Welcome.
Everything here tonight - is 100% eco-friendly.
- Those sunny jewels Hi.
So inviting, the colors The greens, those blues - (cheering) - Most of all - I see this genius that would be - WAITER: Eco-friendly cocktail? Yes.
- Did you talk to Blake? - No.
I was right.
It's not the right time.
It's the last thing he needs to hear.
What do you mean? Hey.
Mr.
Carrington-Jones.
Or is it Jones-Carrington? - Come here.
- Colin.
Mm.
Looks like marriage is treating someone well.
All except the part about my husband being MIA in some South American jungle.
How's your better half? Chad and I broke up.
- What? - Yeah.
You guys were perfect together.
Tell that to my tear ducts, 'cause, uh, it's been brutal.
You know, the worst part is coming to these events solo.
Sucks not having your plus-one in life.
I will drink to that.
- Bartender.
- Gentlemen.
Two shots of something easy on the environment - and hard on the liver.
- Coming right up.
(indistinct chatter) Shouldn't you be resting? You're gonna give yourself another episode, running around town like this.
Oh, please.
Don't act like you really care.
By the way, forget about Culhane.
I'll take care of him myself.
Oh, don't tell me you suddenly developed a conscience after your kiss with death.
It's already in motion.
We have a deal.
I kept up my end.
Now you have to keep up yours.
I do have some thoughts on the team.
Cool your jets there, pal.
You're a silent partner.
You call Urban Outreach, put up the money.
- That's it.
- No, that's not it.
- Excuse me? - Once the bid has been finalized, Blake Carrington and the new Atlanta soccer team are gonna fix up the neighborhood where the stadium is going, giving people jobs.
And you're also gonna be a proud sponsor of the new Colby Music Academy, right in the heart of the community.
- Or else? - Or else no Urban Outreach call, no $10 million, and maybe I'll call my cousin, the police chief, and ask some questions about aiding and abetting.
Hmm.
Anything for the community.
- (indistinct chatter) - (piano playing) Why don't you come into the study? I've got some champagne chilling, and I hate to drink alone.
I'm not in a champagne mood.
Well, then we'll just have to get you in one, won't we? (sighs) Blake, we need to talk.
I'm trying to end our argument, not start a new one.
(groaning softly) (grunts) Cristal? (exhales) Are you okay? I'm okay.
(exhales) Blake, I can explain.
Just (indistinct chatter) - Hello? Anyone home? - (feedback) Hi, everyone.
I'm Sam.
Steven's husband.
Steven's in Paraguay.
But, uh, most of you already know that, so Well, I wanted to thank you guys for coming out and supporting Steven's foundation.
Now, I'm still not sure what it does, but I know it's for a good cause.
(laughter) Anyhoo, Steven loves this charity.
In fact, he, uh oh, he loves it so much that he didn't come home for Christmas.
(murmuring) Now, that's dedication.
Hi, Fallon.
Now, I see that we are at, uh, 90% of our goal.
And I know that Steven would want me to donate the final million dollars of his own personal money to reach 100%.
- So, consider it done.
- (gasping, chuckling) Fill 'er up! (cheering and applause) (clinking) Excuse me, everyone.
I know that this is not my party, and you are all having eco-friendly fun, so I'll make this quick.
Some of you probably remember the last time I was up here, to announce that I was taking some time for myself.
- MAN: Blake Time! - Exactly.
And I am not gonna lie to you.
Blake Time was a good time.
(laughter) But all good things must come to an end, to make room for better things.
Indeed, you may have heard that I have found a new passion.
I am the owner of Atlanta's newest professional soccer team.
(gasping, applause) But that is not the most exciting thing on the horizon.
I'm expanding.
Because my fiancée Cristal and I are expecting a new baby.
(murmuring) A new what? I think he said a new baby.
BLAKE: So I would like to propose a toast to me time becoming we time becoming three time.
(chuckling) Stay green, people.
(cheering and applause) (piano playing) This is going to be an amazing adventure.
(indistinct chatter) Hey.
I've been looking for you.
For someone who almost died, you really are up and about.
Well, I didn't almost die.
I was dead.
Which is why I'm still at half-speed.
But I'd like to think that's better than most people's full-speed.
(chuckles) Hey, have you seen Culhane? No.
But, um, I want to talk to you about that.
Look, I care about you, Fallon.
And if you're really gonna marry this dude, I need to make sure he told you everything that went down.
Hey, I'm not happy about what happened, but he explained it to me.
And it sounded like he did what he had to do.
So he told you that he kept working for Ada even after he got the blackmail back? That he chose to stay? - Excuse me? - I'm just trying to look out for you.
Maybe you need to talk to your fiancé.
What are you hiding out from down here? Take your pick.
You were right.
Well, you're gonna have to be more specific.
I'm right about a lot of things.
Culhane lied to me.
Again.
And now I can forgive him and save him by putting my own life in jeopardy, or I can do nothing and let him pay for what he did with Ada.
I'm just not sure which fate he deserves.
You know exactly what he deserves.
You just don't want to be the one to decide it.
MAN: I told you.
Amazing, right? I mean, just look at the coloring.
- It's unbelievable.
- WOMAN: Stunning.
And the colors really do pop, don't they? Oh, well, I wasn't talking about the actual painting.
It's just this dog, it looks just like the one we got our grandchildren.
Oh, then you should bid on it.
I mean, I would, but I already have so many pieces by this artist.
MAN: Well, you know, maybe if our grandkids did it.
But we're not really into artwork that's done by children.
(both chuckle) You know, it's an interesting choice of colors.
I'm sure that made your sad little night.
Sometimes I feel I've got to Where have you been? Run away, I've got to I'm just still trying to work things out.
From the pain you drive into the heart of me I thought I could have this dance? Of course you can.
The love we share seems to go nowhere - (sighs) - So, should I ask how things are going? Or how you're doing? I toss and turn You know, if it's okay with you, I I don't really want to talk right now.
This tainted love you've given I just want to be.
I give you all a boy could give you Take my tears and that's not nearly all Tainted love Tainted love This is a bad idea, right? Terrible.
Is there an honest man anywhere? Fallon! Fallon, wait.
Fallon.
I can explain.
(woman gasps) Don't you ever cheat on my brother.
Oh, wow.
WOMAN: What just happened? Thanks for coming.
My painting's gone.
Do you know what that means? Why do I get the feeling that you're going to tell me anyway? Well, it means someone bought it.
Shows what you know.
- Well, congratulations.
- Thank you.
Have you seen Fallon? - Don't tell me you actually bought that thing.
- Well, it's for a good cause.
Besides, I thought it was charitable to get this thing out of circulation.
So, have you heard any more about Steven? No.
Nothing.
Well, if you do get to talk to him, just tell him that I just tell him that I hope he's doing okay.
I don't understand why you were afraid to tell me.
(sighs) With all that's been going on with your other children I was worried it wasn't a good time to talk about a new one.
And now with the soccer team and all these travel plans I don't know if you're aware of this, - but I happen to be a billionaire.
- (chuckles) Which means wherever we go, we can take our baby with us.
Are you sure? Yeah.
I wasn't a very good father the first time around.
I was busy with work and trying to prove myself to well, everyone.
This is a chance for me to do it again the right way.
You've given me a gift, Cristal.
Thank you.
(exhales) It's taken care of.
What? I mean, how did You know what, never mind.
I'm just relieved.
- Y-You're sure? - Yes.
Nico has plenty to say that doesn't include Michael Culhane.
(sighs) Okay.
I know this has been rough, but I'm glad you finally realized the truth.
Nothing like this will ever happen again.
I know it won't.
Because this is over.
The wedding is off.
You lied to me, Michael.
I know you kept working for Ada.
And I know you kept misleading me.
And I might be able to forgive you someday, but I'll never be able to trust you again.
I just won't.
Fallon.
(phone vibrates) What's up, Mom? Whoa, whoa, whoa, wait, no.
Slow-slow down.
What-what are you talking about, robbed? What happened? Okay.
A-Are you guys all right? Okay, okay.
Just don't-don't do anything.
I'll be right there.
Are you feeling okay? I'm feeling pretty good, actually.
I'm glad I went tonight.
You didn't make up with Culhane, did you? (sighs) Not exactly.
But I think we're even, and I'm gonna let it go.
I was dead, Monica.
That changes you.
Everything looks a little different now.
Your perspective changes.
I don't know if it's gonna last, but I know there's one more thing I have to do while I feel this way.
And you're not gonna like it.
What is it? You really got a hold on me Hand me my phone, will you? - You really got a hold on me - Baby I don't want you But I need you Don't want to kiss you WOMAN: Please leave a message after the tone.
- (beeps) - Hey, Mom, it's Jeff.
- What are you doing? - I don't know how many years it's been since we've seen each other or even talked.
I've had some stuff going on that made me realize something.
I never had a chance to say bye to you.
But now I don't want to.
I want to start over.
So call me.
Please.
Look I know you feel changed or whatever.
But she hasn't.
All she's gonna do is come here, let us down again, and start a whole lot of trouble.
Tighter (phone vibrating) I want to leave you Don't want to stay here (sighs) Better be good.
Another day here Oh, oh, oh, I want to split now - Hello? - STEVEN: Hey.
It's me.
Steven.
Hi there.
"Hi there"? That's all you have to say to me? Why are you even calling? I should be talking to your lawyers about who gets what in the divorce.
Wait, wait, wait.
Sam, I'm so sorry.
You need to forget you ever saw those papers.
- Just pretend they never even happened.
- What? I don't want a divorce.
I never did.
It it was the ayahuasca.
I-I have no idea why it affected me like that, but I got a little crazy for a few days, and I'm back to normal now.
I'm-I'm so sorry.
Does this mean you're coming home now? Soon, yeah.
Yeah.
I just have a few more things I need to take care of here.
Well, why don't I come visit you.
I know I didn't love Paraguay, but I hate being apart even more.
Okay.
I'll, uh, I'll call you this weekend to make plans.
All right? I-I've got to run for now.
I love you, Sam.
Hold me Just please remember that.
Hold me Okay.
I love you, too.
Tighter Tighter I want to leave you (knock on door) Don't want to spend - Hi.
- Oh.
Hi.
Sorry, I was, uh I was looking for Liam? He's still in the shower.
Oh.
Okay, great.
I can give him a message if you want.
No.
No, no, no.
That's that's okay.
I'll I'll call him tomorrow.
Oh, we're actually leaving pretty early.
We're going on vacation.
Oh.
Well, you kids have fun.
We will.
I love you And all I want you to do is just - Hold me - Please - Hold me, hold me - Squeeze.