Evil (2019) s04e04 Episode Script

How to Build a Coffin

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we are not primarily
in business to make money.
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Do you need a minute there, Daddy?
SHERYL: What do you want?
I need help!
Well, we'll have to talk about
a quid pro quo, won't we, Leland?
The clergy believes the sisterhood
could help even more
with cooking and cleaning
in order to free up the priesthood
to pray and serve the laity.
So, I want to talk this morning
about what our Lord means
by "service."
Yes, Sister?
She scares me.
Oh, David, um
I'm gonna need you to meet on
another assessment tomorrow.
Okay. Regarding?
Well, it's the 65th annual
Starlight Music Awards tonight
at Madison Square Garden,
and our very own Stuart Lawry
is there to bring us
all the exciting details.
Stuart, have you seen Little Nas X yet?
Yes, Joust. Uh, it's
you, music.
Um, but legit big, uh, big fun.
As tonight one, uh
Before it-it, excuses.
One, uh, time, this
Report, uh
It looks like a mini stroke.
Some kind of aphasia.
I know, but I took him to
the emergency room afterwards.
Um, "No worrisome neurological activity.
CAT scan revealed no stroke."
What about a TIA, a
transient ischemic attack?
- It's a disturbance
- " disturbance of blood to parts of the brain."
I-I know, I-I had three
doctors explain it to me.
Has he had a recent head injury?
- No.
- Even bumping your head against
a medicine cabinet can do it.
It's Kristen, right?
My husband and I, we're very close.
I-I know everything he does,
he knows everything I do.
Something's changed in him.
In the last month, it's
it's strange.
It doesn't mean it's possession.
- No, I don't think so either.
- BEN: Okay, well
I read an article about your work,
and how sometimes even
the act of exorcism
can have a therapeutic
effect on believers.
That article misstated our work.
I-I asked Jennifer to come
in and talk with you three
because she has nowhere else to turn.
Can we see your husband?
This another test?
Yes. Have you been
taking a lot of tests?
Oh, yeah.
Well, these questions
may seem a little silly,
but they help us
understand your condition.
- Ready?
- Ask away.
One thing I've found is it
doesn't matter if I'm ready.
Can you tell me what comes after Monday?
Does spring come after summer?
No, summer comes after spring.
Unless this is a trick question
and we're talking about the
summer from the year before.
Now I'm going to show you a photo.
Could you describe what you see?
How you doing, Father?
Good. You?
I miss Matt.
Father Korecki.
You must, too.
I think the best thing to
do is just focus on work.
It's the same thing when my father died.
I found it so hard to
get back to writing.
You wonder why God let it happen.
The worst time for me is 5:00 a.m.
I wake up early.
And I find myself falling
asleep, during the day.
The body needs to recuperate.
[CHUCKLES] May I help you, Sister?
Yes, could you raise your arm?
Excuse me?
STUART: No, no!
No! Stop!
How dare you?
So what are we thinking?
I think it's neurological.
Possibly a neurostorm.
What-what is that?
It's when the brain can't
cope with its inability
to perform a simple task.
Um, the sympathetic nervous system
triggers a fight or flight response,
[FADING OUT]: and the body goes
into a state of heightened attention.
Um, and finally, he had trouble
putting sentences together.
It was like his brain was
QAREEN: Come on, you know
you've thought about it.
I know you have.
Look at her.
Are you okay, Ben?
Uh, yeah, yeah. Yeah. Good.
Just standing here.
So, have you ever had
experience with, uh,
a possessed person losing language?
Look, uh, we usually end up saying,
"Let's give him an exorcism,"
so let's just give
him an exorcism, okay?
We don't usually end
up giving exorcisms
Yeah, we do. Kristen
usually ends up thinking
it will work as a placebo effect,
and I just
Well, we just punt on whatever
scientific explanation I have.
No, we don't.
QAREEN: Yes, they do.
All the fucking time.
Well, we're not punting
on anything here.
So, uh, what can you
look into scientifically?
Well, the usual. You
know, environmental
Could it be a tick?
- Oh.
- Yes.
What about Lyme disease?
Very possible. Or Ana
Um, sorry, what's the word?
Anaplasmosis. You know? Or
Other tick-borne diseases.
Okay. Then let's do our work.
Come in tomorrow with your
What you want.
What you think, wh
that you would recommend.
Yep. Great.
- Okay.
- All right.
Thank you.
What's wrong with your side, Father?
Nothing's wrong with my side.
W-what do you need?
Your clerical collarino.
For the last two weeks,
there has been a bite out of your side.
No, there hasn't.
Well, let me see, then.
Monsignor Korecki warned me about you.
You're reverent, but also
occasionally unbalanced.
Then humor me.
I wash and darn all your clothes,
your sheets, I sweep all your floors.
I know all your secrets.
Sister, I don't have any secrets.
Let me see, then.
I can sew up whatever tear there is.
Do you mind? [CHUCKLES]
Not at all.
Father Ignatius. Yes,
well, everyone has, uh
yeah, been quite
enthusiastic about the food
in the rectory recently,
and, uh, I think, uh
- that he's doing a fantastic job.
England swings like a pendulum do ♪
Bobbies on bicycles two by two ♪
Leland, I'm here.
Westminster Abbey,
the Tower, and Big Ben ♪
Turn down that music.
The rosy red cheeks
of the little children ♪
England swings like a pendulum do ♪
Bobbies on bicycles two by two ♪
Westminster Abbey,
the Tower, and Big Ben ♪
The rosy red cheeks
of the little children ♪

Leland, what the hell?
You can't do this.
Oh, I know.
Oh, it's okay.
- I've got you.
I know. That's a good boy.
- It's okay.
It's okay. It's okay.
Where are you?
Goddamn it. Leland.
Oh, my God.
- No!
- Leland!
What the hell?
Make it stop, make it shut up.
You can't just stuff a baby in a closet.
I can't do this anymore.
It won't eat, it won't drink,
all it does is shit and vomit.
How can it shit so much
and not eat anything?
Okay, get a grip.
My God, how did men ever convince women
that we're the emotional ones?
I've tried everything!
I tried driving around.
Last night, on the floor,
I made snow angels in its shit
so that it would shut up for 20 seconds.
First, stop whining.
Good. Second, we start
in on the diapers, okay?
Now, where's your changing table?
My what?
Okay, okay, wait, wait, wait.
I First, I want an
agreement on the quid pro quo.
- What?
- Our quid pro quo.
I want transfusion
bottles, I want six of them.
I don't want to be
beholden to you anymore.
No, that needs to be administered here.
Oh, bullshit, this isn't a hospital.
You want my help? I want six bottles.
- Three.
- Four.
Oh, what a stingy old man.
- Oh!
Oh, my God.
- Oh
- See? See?!
DR. WEINHEIMER: So, I've taken
a look at Mr. Lawry's records.
Of the recent tick-borne diseases,
we have seen a recent
rise in babesiosis,
but I've done a study of
Stuart's red blood cells.
There's no alteration.
Hmm. And would that
affect his language anyway?
It might.
Right, and what about the
disease from the, um ?
The one from the black tick.
Hmm. The mountain wood?
No. The, um, what's the word?
The, uh thingy.
- Thingy?
- Sorry.
The tick with the black legs.
Oh, the black-legged tick.
Oh, yes, Borrelia mayonii.
Doctor, could I call you back?

MAN: Forgive me, Father,
for I have sinned.
It's been two weeks
since my last confession.
I cheated on my wife.
It was somebody at work,
and we swore we'd never do it again,
but I'm worried the temptation
is too great, Father.
What do I do?
It's important to avoid any, um
Avoid any circumstances
that lead you to
It's helpful to remember the words of

- Ugh!
Who are you? The Demon of Bad Breath?
Why are you even
- Oh
DAVID: Sister Andrea?
He Wh
DAVID: Sister?


QAREEN: Kristen wants you, Ben.
She does.
You know it.
The way she looks at you.
Go to her.
I said get down with it ♪

Do the jazz ♪
QAREEN: You can't drown me out, Ben.
I'm in your head.
Gonna watch everybody wag ♪
I said come on, baby ♪
QAREEN: Go ahead, I can't answer it.
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah ♪
So I asked the liquor store
what was the best tequila
for apologizing that you
left someone in a field
covered in goat's blood.
And this is the one.
Can I come in?
Uh, sure, yeah.
Uh, I'm just surprised.
I said I'd be here in 20 minutes.
[STAMMERS] You what?
I said 20 minutes.
Shall we do some shots?
Uh, Renee, you're gonna have to
go a little bit slow
with me here because I
I think I'm losing my words.
Yeah, you said that on the phone.
"I-I think I'm losing my words, so
let's fuck."
I what?
Ben, don't play dumb with me.
I could've hung up on
you, but here I am.
Renee, I think I'm losing my mind.
I know. Isn't it great?
How's your mind?
I didn't call you. By the way.
Then someone is out there
imitating your voice.
I'm seeing something.
Uh It's a Qareen.
Uh, it's a type of Jinn.
In Islam, it's like an id.
That's cool.
No, I don't mean psychologically.
I mean, like I'm-I'm
I'm really seeing it.
I know. Cool. I channel Jesus.
[CHUCKLING] Oh, my God.
If I can go an hour
without thinking of that.
You called out my name during sex.
Really? Renee or Jesus?
You know, this Jinn, I
I thought it was
like an internal monologue,
or something, like a
like a stream-of-consciousness thing.
But then
I didn't call your number.
So you think this id called me?
I-I don't know.
But something is happening, and
I don't have the words.
KURT: What're you looking for?
KRISTEN: Um, my last
score on an ACIA test.
I self-administered one last night,
and I'd like to compare.
You want to see if you got smarter?
No. I was struggling
with some, um, phrases.
I just kept blanking on them.
It's probably nothing but I'm just
I'm feeling a bit, um
you know, uh See?
The word just left me.
Kristen, listen
Ever since the pandemic,
all my patients' ACIA
scores have dropped.
Really? Why?
Increased screen time,
decreased book time,
lack of in-person
conversation, social media.
Wow, so we're all just gonna get
dumber and dumber until we're, uh
No, no, our brains
are hardwired to reset
back to a pre-Internet state.
You just need to reduce your screen time
for two weeks, you'll
be back to your baseline.
Hmm. And what about kids
growing up in this age?
Oh, they're screwed.
Can I just see my file please?
- LELAND: Yeah?
- It's Robin.
- Oh, okay.
- You asked me to call when Kristen visited.
- Robin, I can't hear you, hold on, hold on.
Could you shut up?!
KRISTEN: Um, it's-it's been a long week.
A long-ass week.
We're working overtime on this case,
so I was wondering if you
wouldn't mind fixing them
Kristen's voice. It calms him.
Makes sense.
It's his biological mother.
KRISTEN: Um, well, let me know if
that sounds all right with you.
Okay? Thank you. Love you.
I can't keep playing this
over and over again, though.
KRISTEN: I saw that you
called, I'm just trying to

I need something from you.
You said Boggs kept his tapes
of the early sessions with Kristen?
I need copies.
KRISTEN: I know birthdays
shouldn't be a big deal
at this age, but the thing is..
they just really are.
My thoughts are getting worse,
I'm thinking darker things.
I'm having trouble
communicating with Andy.
I'll take two bottles now
and two tomorrow.
That should be enough for three months.
Every time you need me,
that's two more bottles.
- I won't need you.
- You will.
This won't last forever.
I hope you're not thinking
you'll get free of me, dear one.
You stop IV-ing and
you'll look like a prune.
I'll be back for the other two bottles.
- KURT: That brings up your
So, the language centers,
Broca's and, um, Wernicke's,
and the angular gyrus are
located throughout the
- Um
- BEN: Throughout the ?
Well, different parts of the, uh
- Yes.
- BEN: Yeah.
So you think this is explainable.
I do.
- That he doesn't need an exorcism?
- Yeah.
Oh, I-I went to his place.
The guy.
Uh, and I can't find any signs of, um
bad stuff.
Can I stop us here for a second?
Uh, are you guys having
trouble completing thoughts?
- Yes.
- BEN: Mm-hmm.
You too?
The other day I struggled
with my homily. First time.
My ACIA score went way down.
Uh, I actually didn't need
many words last night, so
DAVID: Are we concerned that
the same thing is happening to
us that is happening to the
our guy?
The assessment?
You think it's catching? This
loss of words, like a cold?
KRISTEN: Or like a yawn.
Like, like social mirroring.
The brain sees a device,
I mean, an action,
in someone else,
and, like a rat, it imitates it.
Like a rat?
What do you mean?
You said "like a rat."
I don't know what that meant.
DAVID: There's another possibility.
Uh, contagious demonic possession.
I'm not sure I
One second.
Sister, what's What's up?
There's a demon loose in here.
Yeah, Father Ignatius mentioned
that you were in his office,
- examining his side.
- No. Not that one.
Not that one?
There are two of them.
It's best to handle them one at a time
or they gang up on you.

- Sister?
- Father, don't move.
- What?
- You have something in your side.
I have nothing in my side.
What are you talking about?
You don't see it, Father.
Something is weighing you down.
I need you to knock
when you come in here.
Now please go.
KRISTEN: The world just scares me.
More and more. Everything
seems threatening.
KURT: Mm-hmm. And Laura's
health, how is she?
KRISTEN: Her heart, I mean, it's
The doctor gives us another
six months, if we don't operat.
But there's only five percent chance
that she'll live until 18.
I just don't know what
I'm gonna do, I just
Laura is so young and so defenseless
I know it's not rational,
but I just keep thinking
that if I lose her, I would ned
to have another baby immediately.
It's the only way I
could handle the void.
The only way [SOBBING]
Oh, my God.
[SOBBING]: Oh, my God.
You know
Andy always wanted a boy.
It makes me think
of what a son would be like.
Maybe he keeps leaving me because
I don't know
God, am I even making sense?
I'm sorry.
- Yeah?
- VOICE: Ah-ha-ha-ha!
Feliz Navidad, Feliz Navidad ♪
Feliz Navidad ♪
Prospero Ano y Felicidad ♪
Feliz Navidad ♪
Feliz Navidad, Feliz ♪
Wait. W-w-w-wait.
What the hell were you doing in
a particle accelerator anyway?
Well it's a long story,
and I don't have the words.
Well, you only need one word.
[COUGHS] Okay, Mom.
Can we agree to that and move on?
The question is,
could an ion beam cause
a problem in my brain
that is currently undiagnosable?
You're saying it was a
test beam, no radiation?
- Right.
- And how many megahertz?
Well, look, your worry is
not quantum black holes.
It's that quarks would
reassemble themselves
into compressed strangelets.
- Which are theoretical.
- Yeah. [CHUCKLES]
But I wouldn't them
messing around in my head.
Strangelets are a new
form of compressed matter.
They could do anything.
You are on the outer reaches
of known physics here.
In my head.
Quantum mechanics and the human brain.
Mm. It's like putting
a mystery in a mystery.
Hey, did you ever think
that maybe you're experiencing
the many worlds
interpretation firsthand?
What do you mean?
Well, when the beam hit your head,
your world split into two possibilities:
one with just you, and the other one
was where your id is real.
Multiverse theory?
Yes. So in this universe, I'm with you.
And in the other one, you're alone.
Oh, you're blowing my mind.
Now let me tell you about Jesus.
Oh, no, please, come on.
- Oh.
- Mm.
Ah, uh, Jennifer, Stuart Lawry,
this is Sister Andrea.
Oh, yes, I sometimes
see you at morning mass.
Oh, of course, of course. How are you?
we're about to find out.
Are you all right, Sister?
I'm fine. I'm fine. Thank you for a
a a
DAVID: We're considering the
possibility of an exorcism
or spiritual counseling.
JENNIFER: Maybe you could join us.
I-I will. I
Go help your friends.
That-that other demon is more dangerous.
I'm just a little pet. Meow.
- Shut up.
- You're hurting me.
You're hurting my tail.
Look at me. I'm not your enemy.
Is this where you live?
It's so sad.
Get some flowers or something.
Ow! Jesus. Oh, hey!
It's dark in here. I'm scared. Hey!
What are you doing to Father Ignatius?
That old priest?
I was helping him.
With rocks?
Those were magic rocks.
Helping him to sleep.
He hasn't been sleeping well.
Let me out and I promise
to grant you three wishes.
Hey, ah! Hey!
[GRUNTS] What are you?
What kind of demon are you?
I'm just a nothing.
A small pet. Wait, wait.
Hey! Hey, stop it!
What are you about?
I'm about you.
I'm telling the truth.
I'm about futility.
I'm about your life being meaningless.
I'm about the fact that every
last kid you taught in school
is no longer Catholic.
They all left the Church.
Every single one.
They looked at your
life and were disgusted.
No, what are you doing, Sister?
I'm about Paul.
You know what he's doing now?
He's dead. He's buried.
The only thing left of
him is his broken heart.
He only had six months of happiness,
that summer with you.
You're the Demon of Grief.
I prefer to be called Tommy.
But sure.
Let me go.
Father Ignatius needs me.
He has no other comforts.
His grief is his comfort.
I don't believe you.
DEMON: Sometimes pain
is what sustains us.
Think of Paul, what you gave up.
You loved him.
He would've given up everything for you.
But you wouldn't give up God.
Tell me was it worth it?
Does God hold you the way Paul did?
Huh, Sister?
I-I-I wrote down some
notes from our last, um
visit to the doctor.
Jennifer, are you finding that
Stuart's frustration with
words is spreading to you?
BEN: Yeah, we are, too.
Something is going on here.
You need an exorcism.
Yeah, baby. Give me all your words.
There's a demon who got
hold of your husband.
A parasite who lives on his words.
And now it's grabbed onto you,
David, and also to you two.
The sooner the exorcism, the better.
He becomes stronger with each word.
It's our last meeting, Andy.
You've been so patient.
you are a man.
Remember those first few months
after each of the girls was born?
How every breath seemed like a miracle?
How worried you were?
I want you to have those feelings again.
I want you to be closer together.
Children bring life.
And you always wanted a boy.
You wanted a boy to play catch with.
To introduce to Pink Floyd.
To explain why the Mets matter.
always there were girls.
[WEAKLY]: Always there were girls.
Tonight you'll put Laura
to bed at 9:00 p.m.,
like every other night.
This is her beddy-bye pouch.
You'll put the pouch next to her pillow,
kiss her on the forehead and go.
At 3:00 a.m., you'll wake
and reenter her room.
She'll be sleeping soundly
from the herbs in the pouch.
You have to be very quiet.
You'll go to her feet,
remove her right sock,
take the needle,
and inject her between the toes.
This is for her benefit.
The drugs will bring
on the cardiac arrest
that she was supposed
to have two years ago.
God never wanted her to live this long.
you'll go outside
put the needle in the trash can.
And go back to sleep.
When you wake up, everything
will be taken care of.
Say okay.
Yep, I let him out.
We demons help each other.
Come on, talk.
Tell me how scared you are.
Let's hear it. Go ahead and speak.
Yeah, that's right.
Every time someone explains themselves,
it fills me up.
- Mom, Mom
- Tell us a story.
- Mom!
- KRISTEN: Okay, no story tonight.
- Do the spider family!
- Yes, the spider one.
- Yeah! Do it, do it, do it.
What do you think?
KRISTEN: Oh, my gosh, all right.
- Okay, okay.
- Yay!
KRISTEN: All right, all right.
All right, all right, all right.
Okay, snuggle close.
Once upon a time,
there was a spider family,
with four spider daughters
who couldn't get to sleep
because every night they heard
- Boom.
Boom. Boom.
Monster's getting closer.
KRISTEN: So the spider
girls started to cry.
"Tell us a story, Mom."
"Make the monster go away."
But every time, they heard
ANDY: Boom.
Boom. Boom.
Monster getting closer.
So the mom started to tell a
story about a monster family,
with four monster daughters
who couldn't get to sleep
because all the while they heard
Boom. Boom. Boom.
KRISTEN: Until the
daughters started to cry,
"Tell us a story, Mom."
"Tell us a story."
So the mom started to tell a story.
Once upon a time, there was a human mom
who saw a spider family,
so she got out of bed
she grabbed a shoe, and
- Splat!
- All right, that's it. Go to bed.
In your bunks, in your
bunks, ready, set, let's go.
Sleep tight.
- Thanks for that.
- Good night, love you.
You'll probably have
nightmares. Okay. Good nighty.
- Good nighty. Mwah-mwah-mwah-mwah.
- Good night, love you.
- Don't let the bedbugs bite.
- I love you all. Good night.
- Good night, Dad.
- Good night. Love you.
- I love you.
- Good night. Love you.
It's pretty, Dad. What is it?
That's a gift
for the best daughter that
anybody could ever imagine.
You're the best daddy.
I'm so glad you're home.

How are you?
Did you want to
look at my side?
I want to talk to you.
About what?
About Monsignor Korecki.
I-I don't
What do you mean?
I miss him.
I miss him, too, but
I don't want to talk about it.
Then let me.
[CHUCKLING]: Sister, no, please.
I was thinking
how funny His Holiness was.
Oh, I agree.
I just remembered that
he used to take socks
and make puppets out of them, remember?
[LAUGHING]: Yes. Oh, he
he was insufferable that way.
He would have religious arguments
between two sock puppets.
The last conclave,
when he did Cardinal
Dolan's voice, remember?
[GRUFFLY]: "I just
published a biography.
I hope you'll take a look at it."
That's good. That's very good.
Do you know what his favorite song was?
No, what?
"I Will Survive."
Does it hurt, talking about him?
- Definitely.
- Mm.
Yeah, very few people
want to talk about people that died.
Why is that?
I don't know. Emotion?
We're afraid of hurting.
But you know what's funny? I'm hurting,
but it makes me smile.
Matt made me smile. And, um
I haven't smiled like this since, uh
a long time.
Thank you, Sister.
I've been so quiet about him,
uh, so hesitant to talk about Matt
because [SIGHS]
I know.
Love makes us do that.
Yes. Love.
Why are we so alone?
Will you be there tonight, Father?
No, Father Dement will.
Thank you, Sister.
I'm sorry I judged you.
We judged each other.
Maybe I should go to the exorcism.
Yes. Yes. Please.
I'm sorry, what?
Kris Kristen, it's hard to hear you.
Andy had a coronary issue.
I've been at the hospital all day.
BEN: Oh, my God, uh, how is he?
The doctors think he'll
survive, but, um
yeah, tell David to pray?
BEN: Definitely, yeah. Uh, keep
us posted on his condition.
Okay. I will.
I'll talk to you soon. Bye.
- All holy martyrs, intercede for us.
- St. Sylvester, St. Gregory,
St. Ambrose, St. Augustine,
St. Jerome, St. Martin,
all holy doctors.
St. Anthony, St. Benedict,
all holy virgins and widows,
make intercession for us!
- Be merciful.
Spare us, O Lord.
Graciously hear us, O Lord.
- From all evil deliver us.
- What are you seeing?
ANDREA: A demon.
DEMENT: From all sin, from your wrath
What does it look like?
DEMENT: From anger, hatred
I'll be right back.
Something's wrong
with Kristen's husband.
She wanted you to pray for him.
- What's wrong?
- His heart stopped.
- Oh, my God.
- Yeah, and
- [GROANS] No!
- DEMENT: Be merciful.
Graciously hear us, O Lord.
We sinners, we beg you to hear us!
S-Sister, are you okay?
- DEMENT: We beg you, hear us!
Suck up more words. Why not?
What's going on?
What's ?
- What's going ?
- Stuart? Stuart, are you okay?
I think I think so.
What happened?
KRISTEN: So, how did it happen?
I mean, my words are all back.
DAVID: Ours, too.
The exorcism seemed to work.
How's everything over there?
Um, yeah, it's, uh
It's hard to tell, I
I found a hypodermic needle on Andy.
Yeah. I know.
You need anything?
No, thank you, I'll, um
I'll just stay in touch.
All right. Bye.
Okey dokey. Bye-bye.
- Hey, baby.
- Hey.
How you feeling?
Good, good.
Think I'm waking up.
What happened?
I don't know.
Last night, I I don't know.
I found you on the
on the floor of the girls' room.
And you had a needle in your hand.
Oh, God.
I think we need to look into
an addiction treatment program, Andy.
I think you're in denial.
It's something else.
It's something worse.
Wh-what do you mean?
I don't know, but I need to stay away
from you and the girls.
Baby, you can get
into a 12-step program.
And we'll get you
sessions with Dr. Boggs
Oh, no, we're beyond that, Kristen.
I'm scared that I'm gonna hurt you.
I have to go.
There's a psychiatric hospital
in upstate New York
I've been researching,
the Lexer-Miller Institute.
No, no, no. Baby, you don't need that.
That's for psychotics.
Kristen, I need to recover.
I don't know what it is
but I need separation from you.
All of you.
Oh, my God.
[SOBBING]: What are we gonna do?
I don't know, I just need time.
- I just want our old life back.
- I know.
We'll get it back.
- Okay.
- Okay.
- I love you.
- I love you.
We just have to keep talking.
- Yeah, yeah.
- Yeah.
- So we'll talk.
- We'll talk. Uh-huh.
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