Evil (2019) s03e03 Episode Script

The Demon of Sex

And you may now kiss
the bride a second time.
- Why not?
- You want to go for a third?
Guardian of the Redeemer.
To you
Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
To you
To to you
DAVID: Your mom just wanted
us to chat, that's all.
See how you're doing.
WOMAN: Uh, we're fine.
I-I don't know what she wants from us.
MAN: I do.
DAVID: Getting a lot
of pressure for kids?
MAN: Define "a lot."
It's my mom. She's a
bit high-maintenance.
Mm. Well, you, you have
to set your boundaries.
You know, it's your home.
Sister Andrea?
Can I help you?
I'm sorry, Father.
I left something in here.
Please excuse me.
Oh, hello.
I know you two, don't I?
Yes, Sister Andrea. I'm Leo.
That's right. High school calculus.
You were terrible.
LEO: Guess what I'm doing now.
- Teaching calculus?
- No, I I'm a sound recordist.
But once I did have to use calculus.
Well, I'm very proud of you.
I'm Amalia.
Uh, Sister, remember the one that kept
smoking in the bathroom? [CHUCKLES]
- DAVID: Sister?
- Yes.
Yes, Amalia, yes.
Are you okay?
David, could I see you for a second?
- Now?
- Yes.
AMALIA: I hope you're not
holding my smoking against me,
Sister. I don't smoke anymore.
ANDREA: No, no, Amalia.
It's just a spiritual matter.
We'll be right back.
- There's a demon in there.
- There's ?
- What does that mean?
- It means
there's a demon in there between them.
It has its hands on their shoulders.
- I didn't see anything.
- Because you're not as good.
Look at your feet.
What do you see?
DAVID: My feet.
No. There's a trail
of slime here.
- Like a snail.
- Are you sure?
Don't patronize me.
- What do you want me to do?
- I want you to find out
what the issue is.
There's something
possessed in their marriage.
They've only been married a week.
It doesn't matter if it's an hour.
Find out what the issue is.
- And if there's nothing?
- Then I'm wrong, Father.
And I should just clean up your room.
Hi. Uh, Sister Andrea's
here to take notes.
Uh, she's a valuable
consultant on, uh
marital issues.
LEO: I don't think
we really have any marital issues.
- We were just joking
- about our in-laws.
- [CHUCKLES] Yeah.
Is it an intimacy issue?
Fuck you.
DAVID: If, uh, if you
don't feel comfortable
No, uh, it's not that.
You know
that we saved ourselves
for marriage, Father.
Well, now
now that we're married,
we're having sexual issues.
DAVID: Do you feel
comfortable talking about it?
Or I could recommend
- a mental health professional.
- No.
We don't want that.
Whenever we try
to be intimate
We have a physical reaction.
- Like we're
- We're allergic to each other.
Uh, I break out, and I
- My stomach. I it's ridiculous.
- DAVID: Okay.
This is sounding more
like a medical condition,
not a spiritual one.
- DAVID: We have an assessor
- I could get a reference from.
- ANDREA: Actually,
Father, I think it's
better if the Church
do a thorough assessment
before recommending
- a doctor.
- Sister, I I disagree.
I-I think this is sounding
more like a medical condition.
ANDREA: No. Leo, Amalia,
this allergic reaction that you have.
Do you have any premonition
- of something dark?
- What do you mean?
- Yeah. What do you mean, bitch?
Do you have a sense in your
marriage of something demonic?
Sister, perhaps we should
talk about this later.
Leo. Amalia.
Show them.
Uh, that's why my mom
wanted us to see you, Father.
She said that you deal
with issues like these.
Issues like ?
This is what happened last time in bed.
Food allergy. I didn't do that.
AMALIA: I could feel
fingernails clawing into me.
Uh We had to stop.
- You don't have a pet?
- LEO: No.
And I didn't do it. It
just suddenly appeared.
Help us, Father. We
don't know what's going on.

Is that even possible, that
a marriage can be possessed?
DAVID: Well, officially,
it's diabolical oppression,
which is why we need you.
It might just be a psychological
reaction to a new marriage.
Right, so I'd be there to see
if it's just marital dysfunction?
Yes. They were virgins
when they got married.
- Really?
- So there could be
a therapeutic answer for
their physical reactions.
What are their physical reactions?
- Hives. And nausea.
Well, that sounds to be expected, right?
Just one thing.
The hives are in the form of claw marks.
Okay. Um, tomorrow?
See you then.
So, um, the door to the master bedroom
would be right there?
And the master bathroom
would be adjoining.
Uh-huh. And how long
is all this gonna take?
Two or three months.
Okay, well, let me
look at these overnight.
I do need an answer. I have other jobs.
And you will have an answer tomorrow.
I also do plumbing. You want
me to take a look upstairs?
No, I've got someone.
LAURA: You're making it unhappy.
Yeah, well, you're making me unhappy.
What did you guys put down here?
- A kid from school.
- Yeah, but a short one.
What is that?
- It's a snake.
- What does it do?
Don't you guys have
homework to do or something?
Have you noticed you're
not very magnificent lately?
Yeah, you used to think we were funny.
Yeah, well, you used to be funny.
Your shoes don't match.
Ben the Magnificent,
you are falling apart.
Yeah, okay. You know what?
I need to do this on my own.
Could you guys go away?
- How did that happen?
- I think it was an alligator.
I told you it's haunted.
Okay, would you just shut up, please?
We are not supposed to say that.
What, "please"?
I think that's why you're sad.
You can't figure it out anymore.
Things have gotten weird.
And you don't like it.
- Where'd you get all that?
- From my psychology class.
It's called cultural derealization.
It's when you become depressed
by how weird the world is.
LAURA: Oh, my God. Are you hurt?
LYNN: What is happening?
I think you should
This is getting dangerous.
LEXIS: I'm bad. I'm bad. I'm bad.
I'm bad. I'm bad.
I'm bad. I'm bad.
I'm bad. I'm bad.
I'm bad. I'm bad. I'm bad.
I'm bad. I'm bad.
I'm bad. I'm bad. I'm bad.
I'm bad. I'm bad.
I'm bad. I'm bad.
- Lexis?
- I'm bad [GASPS]
Hey, Mom.
- What were you doing?
- Nothing.
No, you were chanting.
- Was it from Leland?
- No, Mom, no.
And you got this out of my closet?
I told you about Leland.
He's attacking this family.
No, this isn't about Leland, Mom.
- It's about Lynn.
- What?
I told you that Lynn was dating Ren,
and I look, I wasn't supposed to.
Wait, so Lynn made you wear this?
Yeah, but it was me. I
wasn't supposed to tell you.
- What, the truth?
- Yeah, but it's okay, Mom.
I don't mind Mom!
Family meeting, downstairs, right now.
What did you do?
- No, you did something.
- This is all your fault.
You ate all the cookies last night.
No, girls. Everyone
just sit on the couch,
- normally for once.
- Can I sit on the floor?
- Normal sitting.
- My young body
- cannot fit on this couch.
- Okay.
Remember when I told you
I was gonna treat you like
- more mature girls?
- Uh-huh.
So that's what we're
dealing with right now.
What's this about?
That's from your closet.
- I didn't take it.
- Why was Lexis wearing it
- while chanting?
- What did you say to her?
No, this is not about Lexis,
this is about us as a family.
Okay? Lynn, you're the oldest.
You're supposed to
be setting an example.
Why are you punishing Lexis?
- I'm not punishing her. Hold on.
- Yes, you are.
You told us, Mom, to support each other.
Family is more important than anything.
- Yeah, you said that
- And what Lexis did
hurt one of us. Me.
No, Lexis told the truth.
She made you tell the truth.
But she did it because
she wanted to hurt me.
I'm feeling a little attacked here
Okay, quiet!
This is what we're gonna do.
Everybody be quiet until I talk.
- What's she gonna do, hit us?
- LAURA: It's not even my fault.
- Like, Lexis told.
- I didn't do anything wrong.
- Yeah, it's Lexis's fault.
- Guys, can we just please
be quiet? I don't want to hear this.
- You said, you said
- Shut up!
- Quiet!
- her fault!
I'm creating a Ten
Commandments for this family.
- What?
- Ten rules that must be followed, no matter what.
But the nuns say we have
ten commandments already.
Yeah, but my girls
aren't following them.
So this is the first one.
Thou shalt
not ever
lie to Mom.
Do we all understand that?
- Yes.
- Yes. What?
Is it all right to lie to other people?
What if we have Jews in our basement?
- Oh, my God.
- Or Trump with immigrants.
- Yeah.
- Okay, look,
as real as these examples
are, we're just gonna
have to figure it out as we go.
Okay? But what's most important?
ALL: "Thou shalt not ever lie to Mom."
Very good. All right, number two.
ALL: "If Leland approaches you,
- tell Mom."
- Beautiful.
Number three.
ALL: "Do not go into Mom's closet."
There are a lot of
commandments about you.
Yeah, because until you're
18 and I kick you all out,
I'm the most important
person here. Okay?
Uh, Mom, I think Ben needs our help.
Hey, stay. Which leads
us to number four.
"Do not interrupt Mom."
[GRUNTS] Piece of shit.
Ben, are you okay?
No, I'm not.

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are traded through a bank,
Makob is traded peer to peer.
Once you have Makobs,
what can you do with them?
Spend them. More and more retailers
are accepting Makob
as a method of payment.
You can purchase anything
from computer parts,
toiletries to pet supplies.
In a global economy,
Makob is the new frontier.
- Makob? What is that?
- LELAND: It's a coin.
A cryptocurrency. Like Bitcoin.
Like Doge. Like Ethereum.
But this one is Makob, see?
It's real. It's solid.
And it's trading for $11.30 per coin.
That trades for eleven dollars?
No, it's like a billboard
for the real thing.
The real thing is in here.
So, your goal this week is to get Makob
to trade for $135 per coin.
$135 for what?
It's it's not real.
- What is real?
- I Okay.
This desk, my purse,
but not, but not that.
I can sell anything.
But if it's just there,
uh, how do I do that?
That's up to you.
You have a team of 30 employees,
all minimum wage millennials
with meaningless
promises of stock options.
- SHERYL: They all work for me?
LELAND: They work for Makob.
And this is your executive assistant
- Taylor.
- Hello, ma'am.
- I'm Sheryl.
- LELAND: Got to go.
Remember that moment in Working Girl
where Harrison Ford says, "Make me money
- or I'm gonna kill you"?
- Mm, no.
Well, get Makob up to
$135 or I'm gonna kill you.
Taylor will keep me
posted on your progress.
So, Taylor, um,
why don't you call the team
together and we can get
Taylor? [CHUCKLES]
- Taylor?
- Okay, Boomer.
Hello, I'm-I'm Sheryl Luria.
And I know I-I'm new here, but
Everybody, uh
I just need a minute, okay?
I I just want to say
there's there's no
bad ideas here, all right?
I just want to hear your thoughts,
so why don't we all just
gather into my office
- for a minute and
- It's okay. Just keep working.
Who are you?
The office manager.
The best thing for you to
do is go back to your office
and do some online shopping
and let us do your work for you.
Okay, Boomer?
Mr. Hurt to the rescue!
KARIMA: Come on, Ben. Answer
the phone, or open the door.
I'm not leaving until
you do one or the other.
- I've got two phones.
I'm calling all of yours.
- Go away, Karima.
- Nope.
KARIMA: In fact, I know
how to Skype you, too.
Oh, my God.
How many phones do you have?
As many as I need.
What's going on with you?
Nothing. It's called a siesta.
Your little Catholic friends
called worried about you.
There's an exorcism or
something they need you at.
Hey! Oh, oh
Okay, what the fuck?!
- Get up.
- Why?
Because you're worrying me.
Look at yourself. You look depressed.
I am not depressed.
I was diagnosed as culturally derealized
by a bunch of 12-year-olds.
- Culturally
- Derealized.
It means disgusted with
the insanity of reality.
- What insanity?
- Um, the cases
that I have been trying to
solve that don't make any sense.
Photos of angels, a
soul-weighing machine,
my girlfriend with a twin attached?
I try to figure out these
cases that don't make any sense.
And then we just move
on to the next thing.
Ben, sit down.
Actually, you know, I was sitting down.
- I was actually laying down.
- Listen to me.
I'm taking you out tonight.
W-What? Where?
The Super Secret Science
League. It's a group.
50 scientists and programmers
who examine the world.
What the fuck are you talking about?
I'm inviting you. You
need to talk to people
who talk your language,
who aren't shoving
- angels and ghosts at you.
- Super Secret what?
Science League. Ignore the name.
We're voting on a better name.
Some people at work invited
me, so I'm inviting you.
What is it, like, a Mensa thing?
No, these are actually smart people.
Tonight. I'm taking you.
You need a steadying influence.
I'll pick you up at 7:00.
Okay, and, um, you didn't live
together before your wedding?
And how is that going?
Sharing space, being
around each other more.
We both had roommates before.
College roommates. I had three.
So we're used to living
with other people.
All right.
I'd love to try some role-playing,
if you're up for it.
Would you get up?
- Okay.
- Sure.
This is gonna be good.
Face each other.
Who usually initiates sex?
Probably me.
Actually, I'd say equal.
Amalia, why don't you act
out how Leo initiates sex?
- AMALIA: Really? [LAUGHS]
- Mm-hmm.
Oh Uh
Well, usually, uh, he gets this
- look on his face.
KRISTEN: Okay, okay, well,
act it out. Bring him into it.
You did this.
Sister, can I help you?
No, David asked me to take notes.
Oh, I-I'm taking my own notes.
Leo, Amalia.
Um, could I talk to
you for just a minute?
Sister, uh, marital therapy
is-is very sensitive.
Yes, and it seems to be going well.
Yes, but only if the
subjects feel completely open.
Kristen, right?
I'm not here to undercut
your therapy, ma'am,
but there's a spiritual
component here that
And I would agree, but the spiritual
needs to come after the pragmatic.
I hadn't finished.
There's a spiritual, and even
supernatural component here.
That is how I can help you.
- Are you finished?
- Yes.
Your, um
- presence, ma'am
- Sister.
Your presence, Sister, is, um, well,
it's keeping these newlyweds
from speaking honestly.
I mean, we are talking about sex,
and a nun's presence
can keep these people
from-from speaking their minds freely.
- Let me be blunt, ma'am
- Doctor.
I can see something you cannot.
There is a demon between those two.
It's trying to possess them.
The good news here is that it's in pain,
and being diminished
by your questioning.
How much are we speaking metaphorically?
I never speak metaphorically.
You need me in there, Doctor.
I can tell you when your
therapy is diminishing a demon,
or encouraging one.
Okay, this is what I say.
If I feel like your presence
is keeping these newlyweds
from speaking honestly, then
I need you to excuse yourself.
I need you to agree with me.
I agree with you.
I know you both are religious, but
you know, sex is just
between the two of you.
If you think of it as something holy,
[WHISPERS]: it can smother desire.
This is blasphemy.
You're a fucking nun. Tell her.
You and I, we have business.
Bring it on.
Oh, my God, I need this.
- Don't leave, Rad-G.
- I'm not going that far.
I found a house two blocks away,
and I expect you to come
over every single day.
- Can I?
- Well, just so you do,
I'm taking my book back.
What's that?
Ugh. That's the ten commandments.
SHERYL: Really? "Thou
shalt not ever lie to Mom."
"Don't " uh, wait,
these are all from your mom?
Uh-huh. Want to see what we did?
These are ourten commandments.
- You girls?
- Uh-huh.
We decided we needed some
other ones for school,
or else we'll get beat up.
Let's see.
"Don't hit first, but hit back."
- That's Lynn's.
- No, it's good,
it should just be "hit back harder."
- Wow. Yeah.
- Yeah.
Yeah. "Sisters before
misters," love that.
- Love that. Um
- Mm. Yes.
"If you can't be popular, be scary."
Oh. I could actually use these at work.
- What's wrong with work?
- Mm, same as at school.
There's a lot of bullying going on.
- Yeah, you should.
- Mm-hmm.
- LEXIS: This one's mine.
- "Influence the influencers."
What the heck does that mean?
It's based on Malindaz.
You get popular and
then no one can hurt you.
Who's Malindaz?
So, why me?
Because you're one of
the top influencers.
And I need an influencer.
MALINDAZ: And what is this?
SHERYL: It's Makob.
The latest cryptocurrency.
I'm giving you a chance to
get in on the ground floor.
It's the same thing Reese
Witherspoon did with Ethereum,
or Paris Hilton.
And what do I get out of it?
20,000 Makobs.
Look, it's, um
it's like a stock option.
20,000 Makobs can mean everything
if you can get the value up.
Have you ever heard
of the Fyre Festival?
- Yeah.
- Well, a lot of influencers
got burned recommending a
festival that was bullshit.
The only thing that made it worthwhile
is that they were given
$50,000 to $100,000 up front.
You pay me $100,000, and
I'll say whatever you want.
I'll give you $10,000 cash now
and the rest after you say it.
This is the place. Science League.
Yeah, I'm getting a very
high school virgin vibe.
Why are there so many dudes here?
Wait, is that why you come here?
Ben, stop it.
Oh, my God, are you
husband-hunting in Nerd Narnia?
- Just give it a chance.
- Okay, all right.
But if one person comes up to
me and says any nerd cliche,
- I am
- Greetings, Earthlings.
- Whoa, what was that?
UAC! Put it on the board, sir!
Need somebody to love ♪
NIKITA: New guys have to pass the test
to get into the Demo Club.
Okay, what's the test?
- You got to blow something up.
- With what?
With whatever you can
find in the kitchen.
You and your sister,
you have three minutes.
Two thirty.
One minute.
Okay, here we go.
Never gonna set you free ♪
Oh, yes!
BELL: This is the asteroid Bennu.
And this is the NASA
spacecraft OSIRIS-REx.
Now, what is odd is
that NASA has discovered
that Bennu keeps spitting out rocks.
Some of the rocks Bennu
spits out are hazards.
You were right about this.
I'm always right.
Ha, right. Fine.
Then help me.
Help me solve all the weird things
that have happened recently.
Sure. But listen to him.
There's an asteroid
that spits out rocks.
And scientists have no
idea why it's happening.
BELL: The orbit of
Bennu is intrinsically
Yeah, but that's not like demons.
I agree,
but still, as scientists,
we have to acknowledge
when something is beyond our knowledge.
Yeah, but that's not the
same as believing in God.
Sure, Allah.
I don't believe in
Allah. It's just true.
You don't believe in
something that's true,
like the room you're standing in.
Okay, please, don't
get all Socratic on me.
You don't believe that
it's real, it just is.
Because I can see it.
Well, who's to say
that's not a deepfake?
[CHUCKLES] Okay. Okay, Karima,
please don't try to get
me to believe in God.
Okay? Just help me.
Sure. I'll drop by.
who entered a Name
that Asteroid contest,
uh, run by the University of Arizona.
So, roughly 100 million
miles from the Sun
So the first color you should work with
from your eyeshadow
palette is caramel blush.
And mix it with, like, a
little bit of light latte.
And while you do that,
I want to talk about
a cool new investment
you should look at.
- Makob.
Bitcoin is for billionaires,
not working girls like us.
You want to get in on the ground floor
of a cryptocurrency, and trust me,
- it's Makob.
- Rad-G.
You know who I fantasized
about last night?
You were so hot.
- Hey, Sister.
- ANDREA: Leo.
- It's not going well.
- What's not?
Your counseling. The demon's
larger. It's in control.
Sister, I I need to do what I do.
I know, but do it better.
So, how did it go?
- Good
- Yeah?
I think.
Yes, uh
we did everything just as you said.
So no more, um, hives or nausea?
Uh no.
KRISTEN: Okay, let me break this down.
The amount of time that you
guys spent intentionally avoiding
physical intimacy has
conditioned your bodies
to illicit this negative response.
Did you try the role-playing?
Yeah, but, um
- [SNORTS] It was
Awkward. Just really weird.
Oh, weird's good.
I'd love to try one more
thing, if you're open to it.
I'd like to split you two up.
If you wanted to be alone with me,
all you had to do was ask.
ANDREA: Don't flatter yourself.
What do you want?
I could never resist
a nun's sexy ankles.
You know you're losing. So just lose.
- Mr. Townsend.
What is the issue today?
Sister Andrea.
And her health issues.
Our imagination is a
really important tool
in figuring out what we want in bed.
AMALIA: I've never thought
- about another man in my life.
- KRISTEN: I know.
I know, I know.
But sex is something you
don't want to domesticate.
You want it to run wild.
- That's why I split you two up.
I want you to surprise each other.
I want you to stop thinking about God.
I want you to do what your body
wants you to do.
Leo, do you have a minute?
MALINDAZ: Congratulations, influencees.
Not only do you look
great and I love that shade
of lipstick, by the
way but you're rich!
If you got in on the
ground floor with Makob,
it has gone from ten dollars to $27!
- That's right.
- Oh, my God.
If you invested just, like, $500
with Makob and if you
didn't, I feel sorry for you
you are now worth
[LAUGHS] Yes! Yahoo!
Oh, yeah! [WHOOPS]
Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah.
- Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah.
- Are you okay?
Taylor. How are you? [CHUCKLES]
- I'm good, ma'am. How are you?
- Good.
Did you get the chocolates I sent you?
I did. They're very good.
Congratulations, by the way.
Thank you. Bobby!
Get in here. Now.
- Move it.
Close the door.
Taylor, um, it's a new day,
and your services will
no longer be needed here.
Okay. Well, I'm not resigning,
- and you can't fire me.
- SHERYL: That's true.
Leland did put you at
that desk to spy on me,
but here's the thing
and, Bobby, I want you
to pay close attention.
I checked your entrance interview,
and you're allergic to Brazil nuts.
And you know what?
There was some in that
chocolate I gave you.
No. No, no, no, no.
I-I, uh, I took it. Your epinephrine.
- No, no. No, no, no.
Here is a resignation letter,
- Taylor.
Before your little throat swells up
and you choke on your own vomit,
- I would sign it.
No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. Sign it.
- SHERYL: Good girl.
No. No, no, no. I insist
on seeing you out. Let's go, let's go.
- Shoo.
Thank you for your service.
Your security card will be deactivated,
and your belongings will be mailed
to your home address.
I know. It must be so hard.
I get emotional, too.
Just try not to panic.
Everyone has their weaknesses, Bobby.
Don't make me find yours.
Yes, ma'am.
Now get back to work.
Faster, you fucking millennial.
"L" is for the way you look at me ♪
"O" is for the only one ♪
So, what do you think?
"V" is ♪
I think
I desire you.
"E" is ♪
And I do you.
Say it.
- I just did.
- No. You said,
"And I do you."
Say it.
I want you.
Say it.
Two in love can make
it, take my heart ♪
And please don't break it ♪
Love was made ♪
I want
to fuck you.
- I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.
What? Amalia, I'm sorry. I-I thought
- "L" ♪
- I thought you wanted it.
Is for the way you look ♪
- I thought
- At me ♪
"O" is for the only one I see ♪
Fuck me now or I'll kill you.
Extraordinary ♪
I want you so much.
Prove it, fucker.
Than anyone that you adore can ♪
- Love ♪
Is all that I can give to you ♪
Love is more than
just a game for two ♪
Two in love can make it ♪
Take my heart and
please don't break it ♪
Love was made ♪
- For me and you. ♪
Okay. All your nonsense,
all the nonsense you're getting
from your religious coworkers,
I'm gonna solve with you.
The two of us.
And anything we can't solve,
we're taking to the
Secret Science League.
You know why?
- Because this is what I believe.
Everything that God
has given is solvable.
So, what do you got first?
[SIGHS] Hey, guys.
What's up?
Did you do something to yourself?
You seem to have a lot more
Hanging around with
new people, new places.
Doing new things.
- "Boom"?
- BEN: Yeah.
Come on.
- AMALIA: It's like a huge weight's
been lifted from our shoulders.
That's great. Ben can
look over your house
and make sure there's no toxicity.
No, we're good. Your suggestions
of fantasizing really worked.
I'm so glad.
That's great.
DEMON: Let me call you sweetheart. ♪
Are you sure?
Yes, we are, Sister.
DEMON: Leave us alone, Sister.
We're happy, the three of us.
DAVID: I'm glad you came in.
- I'm glad it worked out.
- It did.
Thank you, Kristen.
- You're so welcome.
You asked to see me, Monsignor?
Yes, Sister.
I expect you'd like me to shut the door.
If you would
Have you been feeling all right lately?
I've been feeling like I always have.
Perfectly fine.
Has the Mother Superior
said something about my work?
KORECKI: No. But you've
been observed lately
acting in a manner that
may suggest ill health.
In what way?
I don't mean any disrespect,
Sister, but I have noticed
an unsteadiness of gait.
[CHUCKLES]: And of hand.
That time when you were
serving the monsignor and myself
and you accidentally
poured tea in my lap.
There is
an accelerating forgetfulness.
Understandable as time takes its toll.
What is most concerning of all,
others, like me, have
witnessed an unsettling tendency
toward hallucination.
What others?
It is only out of concern
that we feel compelled to
point out what we have seen.
KORECKI: Thank you, Sister.
- You may return to your duties.
- ANDREA: I'm not to be
- permitted to defend myself?
- KORECKI: There's no need
to defend yourself, Sister.
We are all part of God's community.
- You're excused.
I think it's better if I stay.
No. But thank you.
KORECKI: David, do you
mind closing the door?
And, Leland, do you
mind stepping out, too?
Are you sure?
Yes. I just need a moment.
I'll make this brief.
There have been reports
that Sister Andrea is
in declining health.
DAVID: Declining? How?
KORECKI: Some physical
but also cognitive.
The worry is
DAVID: I work closely with the sister.
KORECKI: No, David, I
don't need to hear from you.
I know you two are friends. In fact,
do you mind stepping out, too?
Are you sure, Monsignor?
Yes, David. Please.
In terms of any mental
issues, Ms. Bouchard,
I'm anxious to hear
what you've observed.
I'm hearing that Sister Andrea
is talking to imaginary figures.
Is that true?
No, not at all.
She's been good.
Thank you for your help, Sister.
You're welcome,

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