FBI: Most Wanted (2020) s03e13 Episode Script


Okay, last order of business.
Marty got a call from Virginia Balfour yesterday.
She couldn't remember who her account manager is.
That'd be me for the last 15 years.
Yeah, obviously.
But she said she noticed some discrepancies in her statements.
It happens every couple of months.
Her husband died last year.
He handled the finances.
I'll hold her hand, walk her through the statements.
Hold her hand.
Massage her feet.
Do whatever it takes, please.
We don't want her taking that $10 million portfolio you built somewhere else.
Relax, she's not going anywhere.
Dan, she mentioned calling the SEC, and she's requested an audit of her account.
She doesn't even know what that is.
Marty said she sounded serious.
Well, Marty doesn't know her like I do.
Give her the firm seats to the Orioles' home opener.
I'll take her to lunch at the club.
Three martinis in, she won't remember anything about an audit.
I gotta go.
It's been fun, gang.
Come on, Mike.
I need that loan by end of business.
No, no, end of business today.
Because something came up, and I need it soon.
Look, look, I've been doing business with you for 25 years.
You know me.
Just see what you can do.
Okay? You're coming with me.
Calm down.
I don't want to hurt you.
Mom! - Dad! Mom! - Little bitch.
Oh, my God, what are you doing? - Mom.
- Let go of her.
Call 911.
Leave my daughter alone.
Oh, my God.
You bastard.
She made me do it.
Get back here.
Get off of me.
Help! Get back here.
I don't want to hurt you.
Somebody help, please.
Get out of my house.
- Hey.
- Hey.
I didn't even hear you leave.
Then mission accomplished.
You know, it hardly even feels like a weekday.
It feels so different around here since Tali's been gone.
Yeah, the house does feel kind of empty without her.
Who knew a 15-year-old girl could generate so much morning chaos? I do think letting her go to boarding school was the right thing.
And I want her to have the experience.
I just didn't realize I'd become an empty nester so quickly.
You're not an empty nester.
You still got me.
Good morning, everyone.
Barnes is out with the flu.
Thankfully, it's not COVID, but she won't be with us the next couple of days.
- Kristin, are we ready? - Yeah.
What do we got? We got a double homicide in Maryland.
Mother and daughter, Jeanine and Darcy Osterholm, were murdered at their home in Chesapeake Beach outside Annapolis.
Any forensics? Blood, prints, DNA, all over the scene.
Also, multiple sets of footprints.
Lab's on it right now.
Do we have an ID on our fugitive? No, we've got a 22-year-old son, Craig, who goes to college nearby.
He lives at the house.
He's the one who discovered the bodies.
According to him, his father didn't come home last night, and he also didn't turn up for work this morning at his investment firm.
So what are we thinking? Husband murdered his wife and his daughter - and went on the run? - Yeah, it's possible.
We were looped in 'cause the SEC received a phone call yesterday about a possible investment fraud scheme.
Daniel Osterholm is the prime suspect in that investigation.
Now he's linked to a double homicide.
So where do we start? Well, I'm thinking, you deep dive Osterholm's financials, Ortiz and I'll head to the crime scene, follow up with Forensics, and Jess can cover Daniel's workplace in Annapolis.
And thank you for taking point.
- No problem.
- Nice work.
I can't believe they're dead.
- Sheriff, you okay? - Sorry.
It's a small community, close-knit, you know? The Osterholms are family.
Jeanine was my wife's cousin.
You're related to the victims.
You know, it might be a good idea to let one of your deputies take over.
Yeah, you're right.
I'll do that after this.
I'm okay for now.
We have a neighbor who places Daniel at the home at 9:00 p.
She was just getting home herself.
About a half an hour later, she was out walking the dog, and she saw him leave again.
How you doing, kid? I'm doing okay, Matt.
This is Craig.
He's the one that found his mom and sister.
I'm sorry for your loss.
Thank you.
If you're up for it, we need to ask you a couple of questions.
Yeah, yeah.
- Do you want to have a seat? - Yeah.
Can you tell us when you got home last night? A little after 11:00, I guess.
And I saw my mom right away when I came through the door.
And then I saw I saw Darcy on the kitchen floor.
It was awful.
What about your dad? When was the last time you saw him? Not since yesterday morning, when he left for work.
My dad could've never have done this.
Okay, my dad my dad would've never hurt either one of them.
Okay? So I don't understand I don't It's all right.
This is a complete disaster.
We're talking a half dozen clients and more than $10 million missing.
I can't believe Dan would do this, much less hurt his own family.
Not now.
Did you know the SEC was investigating him? No.
One of his clients complained recently about discrepancies in her statements, but Dan said that was just a misunderstanding.
We also found these in his desk drawer.
I'm assuming they're his.
We had no idea.
It's awfully hard to hide an opioid addiction.
Did you notice any changes in his behavior recently? You've got to understand Dan.
His grandfather founded this firm.
His family basically runs this town.
He works hard, he plays hard, and everything's just always water off a duck's back.
He could've been using for years, and no one would've known.
And even if they did, who was gonna confront him? He's an Osterholm.
They're untouchable.
And he's stealing from your firm.
My name's on the door, but make no mistake, this is his firm.
All the affected portfolios were accounts he managed, and now he's disappeared.
Did he mention any problems he might be having at home? You mean the kind that would make him rip off his partners and kill his wife and daughter? No.
You have the you have the phone I sent you? Dan, you just called me on it.
Yeah, I know I did.
I know I did.
I just want to make sure.
Are you okay? No.
No, I'm not okay.
The whole thing's a mess, and everything's gone.
I'm just I'm begging you, you gotta help me, okay? I am helping.
Where are you? Don't ask me that.
Everybody in this town knows who I am, and I can't go anywhere.
And now I got nothing.
Everything's gone.
It's all gone.
Calm down.
It'll be okay.
Yeah, yeah.
Yeah, it will.
Our daddies were they were friends.
That means something, right? Sure it does.
I need you I need you to help me.
I'm here, just tell me.
- You have your gun? - Why? We're gonna need it.
- Hana, what's going on? - Osterholm's on the run.
We got a text alert.
He bought a one-way ticket on Lufthansa from Washington Dulles to Dakar.
- Dakar as in Senegal? - Yes.
There's no extradition treaty and no COVID restrictions either.
We need to give TSA a stop order.
Already did.
The flight leaves in 45 minutes.
I've got airport liaison agents on the case.
They'll meet you at security.
Anything on Osterholm's finances? Yeah, he's deep in debt.
He recently took out a third mortgage.
I'm not sure what he needs the money for.
Well, it could be his opioid addiction, and it could be why he's embezzling money from his firm.
You find anything on that, by the way? Sort of.
All the stolen funds were transferred to a cryptocurrency privacy wallet.
Now, the blockchains are pretty hard to trace, so I'm trying a few workarounds.
Hang on, I just got this from the airport agent.
The flight's fully boarded.
He's not on it.
He never checked in.
This from Fairfax County Sheriff's Department.
A car registered to him was found abandoned two blocks west of Dulles.
The officers are securing it, holding the scene for us.
Send me the address.
Meet me there.
Jess LaCroix, FBI.
Nobody touched the vehicle? No.
Jess, we've got blood back here.
You want to punch that trunk for me? Yeah.
It looks like somebody got to Daniel before we did.
Looks like there's more to this puzzle than we thought, so we're gonna have to dig back in.
- Where are we on forensics? - Osterholm's fingerprints and DNA were all over the place.
Looks like he handled the presumed murder weapon.
Of course, that could be because he lived there, or because he used it to kill Jeanine and Darcy.
His DNA is in our system? Does he have a criminal record? No, but he did spend a few years as a reservist in the Coast Guard.
Get this: they did find unknown prints and DNA at the scene.
Daniel has an accomplice? Looks like it.
Maybe someone who helped him in the embezzlement scheme, someone who decided to cut Daniel out of the deal at the last moment.
What about Osterholm's car? Any unknown prints or DNA there? No, the trunk was clean.
The only DNA in the trunk was Daniel's.
I did find a cell phone in his pocket, and it made 17 calls over two days to another number.
Could be the accomplice, but it's not a lot to go on.
"Not much to go on" is my specialty.
I might not be able to ID the owner of the second phone, but the cell towers show that all the numbers were pinged to a location in rural Delaware.
Well, at least that's something.
Where are we on the autopsies? The Calvert County medical examiner's office was backed up, so I made arrangements to have Jeanine and Darcy sent to Walter Reed in D.
All right, you and Ortiz cover that.
Hana and I'll head to Delaware.
I want to check out this cell tower.
- Roger that.
- Where's my - Tea.
- Tea, yeah.
Tali's fine.
I'm the one having trouble adjusting.
Everything's so quiet without her.
I guess what I'm saying is, this whole empty nest thing isn't what it's cracked up to be.
You're not alone.
You've got Sarah.
My parents loved it when we all finally moved out of home, and they were the ones who adopted us in the first place.
Really? They said they loved it? Yeah, I mean, it was a whole new chapter.
They never called themselves empty nesters.
They always said they were freebirding.
They started going on date nights.
They finally put each other first.
Freebirding, huh? Hey, we're in the quarter-mile radius of our target area, but this is the only road.
We are in the middle of nowhere.
I mean, maybe our guy was driving out here to talk to Daniel on the side of the road, but it doesn't really make sense.
There's no rhyme or reason to the timing of the calls.
I mean, some of them were in the middle of the night.
We should be looking for some kind of residence.
Okay, I'm in the county assessor's database.
There's a farmhouse up here on the right.
It's owned by a Homer Cortland.
Let's check it out.
No real surprise where cause of death is concerned.
Jeanine died of blunt force trauma to the head.
Her injuries conformed to the glass figurine that was found at the scene.
It was likely the murder weapon.
What about Darcy? Darcy died of a broken neck consistent with the height of her fall.
Pretty much what we knew from the crime scene.
Sorry to disappoint, but I may be able to help you with time of death.
We're testing a new method that was pioneered in the Netherlands.
It's going to become the gold standard everywhere soon.
That sounds like the kind of thing that makes a pathologist's heart skip a beat.
So what's new about it? Accuracy, and it's noninvasive.
Using conventional methods, we either rely on rectal temperature or inserting a thermometer into the liver combined with lividity and rigor mortis.
And did you do that for Jeanine and Darcy? I did.
The conventional method yields a time of death for them both between 6:00 and 10:00 p.
on the night they were found.
That fits our theory.
We can place Daniel Osterholm at the crime scene somewhere between 9 and 9:30.
But I narrowed it down even more than that.
This new method is accurate within 45 minutes of time of death.
We use a thermal camera applied to four different areas of the body.
Based on these readings, both Jeanine and Darcy died between 6:15 and 7:45 p.
Well, if that's true, Daniel didn't kill his wife and daughter.
Thank you for your time.
They were already dead by the time he got home.
He was shocked by what he found.
Then he fled.
Which would mean the killer wasn't an accomplice.
It's someone with no connection to Daniel.
It's possible Daniel was also an intended victim.
Could be why he turned up dead in the trunk of his car.
Killer was finishing the job.
If Daniel was a target, maybe his whole family was.
If Daniel and Craig were the only family members not home we need to get protection on Craig.
Cortland? Mr.
Cortland? There's somebody coming up the driveway.
Homer Cortland? FBI.
We need to talk to you.
I've been trying to get a hold of Craig Osterholm, but he's not answering.
Yeah, things changed.
We need to get a protective detail on him right away.
You know where he's staying? Laine Osterholm.
Can you do me a favor and text me the address? In the meantime, send a couple unis over to the house.
Make sure everything's okay.
All right, thank you.
Laine Osterholm, relative? His aunt.
Craig moved in with her.
That makes sense.
I wouldn't want to stay in the house I found my mom and sister murdered in.
All right, here it is.
It's 7530 Pinto Place.
Don't make me hurt you.
I'm here for Craig.
- Get out.
- He knows what I want.
Where is he? Craig Osterholm, you in here? - Whoa.
- How does it feel, huh? How does it feel having your family ripped apart? Don't shoot.
Don't shoot.
Please don't.
Shut up.
Who are you? - What? - Tape her wrists behind her.
- Now! - Okay, okay.
- Do it.
- It's okay.
It's okay.
Please, please, you can't do this.
And her mouth.
Come on, hurry up.
You're coming with me.
Let's go.
I said go! He had nobody else to turn to.
He begged me to help him.
Yeah, I've always been there for him, for his family.
- I didn't want to do it.
- But you did.
You helped him kill Jeanine and Darcy.
Dan didn't kill them.
He wouldn't.
So what? You helped with the embezzlement? After.
He got into trouble at work.
It was the drugs.
They made him do things.
Things like steal millions of dollars.
He never told me how much it was, but he was real deep in trouble.
He knew people were on to him, so he made a plan to get away.
We know that he bought a plane ticket to Dakar.
Yeah, he thought he could convince Jeanine to meet him there later.
Then, when he found Jeanine and Darcy dead Said God was punishing him.
He said his life was over.
You're still not telling me anything about how you helped him, Homer.
He told me to get my gun, meet him by the airport.
He wanted me to shoot him.
Why would he need you for that? He thought Craig could get insurance money if it wasn't a suicide.
He wanted to leave something to his boy.
I told him to get on that plane.
Go to Dakar.
But he wouldn't.
So Homer, you helped him by murdering him? He put the gun to his own chest, grabbed my hand, put my finger on the trigger.
Gun went off.
I swear on my daddy's grave, that's how it happened.
Boss, I need a minute.
Cuff him and put him in the car.
Wait, you're arresting me? I told you, he made me do it.
Did he make you put him in the trunk, huh? Did he make you leave without calling the cops? Agent LaCroix, please Craig Osterholm was kidnapped at gunpoint from his aunt's house.
- Did we get an ID? - Nope.
The aunt didn't recognize the assailant.
She just described him as white male, - large build, dark hair.
- Damn it.
Well, that's not all.
Homer Cortland's prints were in the system.
He's had a half a dozen run-ins with the law over the years, so they would've popped.
The fingerprints at the crime scene are definitely not his.
Looks like our unsub is still in the wind.
Let's go with the theory that Daniel Osterholm's death was essentially a suicide, right? That he didn't kill Jeanine and Darcy.
Daniel's financial crimes were ongoing over nearly two years.
The fact they're coming to light now is a coincidence and has nothing to do with our fugitive.
Let's focus on our unsub.
The prints from Laine's house match the prints from the original crime scene.
So the person who abducted Craig is the same person that killed Jeanine and Darcy.
But if our unsub wanted to kill Craig, why didn't he just shoot him when he found him? Craig's aunt heard him asking him what it felt like to see his entire family torn apart.
That's someone with a grudge.
We need to visit Craig Osterholm's college friends, find out who had a problem with him.
- Where have you been? - Out.
" "Out," that's no answer.
What are you doing? What do you think I'm doing? You know what day tomorrow is.
A birthday cake? Michelle.
- Have you eaten anything today? - Don't.
You know how much Brittany loves her birthday.
It would be just like her to come home on her 21st birthday.
I've put fresh sheets on the bed.
She's not coming home.
Not today, not tomorrow, not any day.
Why would you say that to me? Don't you say it.
- We got to face facts.
- There's only one fact: she's missing.
Missing, not dead.
Don't you dare give up hope.
I know how hard this is.
You don't know anything.
You're never here.
I'm sorry.
Till I put my girl in the ground, I will never, never give up hope.
Where are you going? I need to clear my head.
I'm taking the boat out.
You're a damn coward, a pathetic excuse for a father and a husband.
Help me! Shut up.
Help me! Dude, I don't know anything about who Craig might or might not have issues with.
He hasn't been part of the frat scene for a while now.
Moved off campus and back into his parent's house.
Craig had a reputation.
For what? Different things, I guess.
I can't say for sure, but it probably had something to do with the pool he was fishing in.
What do you mean, like women? He went through girlfriends fast.
Pool kind of shrunk for him.
There might be women on campus who say that he was controlling, abusive if he didn't get his way.
He was a chick magnet when he first got here.
Rich guy, powerful family So he started having trouble getting dates.
His name was on a list, an unofficial campus list.
Top ten #MeToo offenders.
He got cancelled.
I have a name and a face for our unsub.
Really? How? Magic.
My kind of magic.
I knew there had to be something with the unidentified DNA.
Even though he's not in the database, no criminal record, no military history, with the DNA, we had to get somewhere.
- So you matched his DNA? - Well, not quite.
I widened the net to include all familial matches with the database, including NAMUS.
- Missing persons.
- Yeah.
Now, families of missing persons can upload the missing person's DNA, say, a toothbrush, a coffee cup, a hairbrush, enough for a DNA sample.
So our unsub is related to a missing person.
There's 99.
5% chance that he's the father of a missing girl named Brittany Walsh.
Say hello to our fugitive, Caleb Walsh.
Update from Jess.
Caleb Walsh isn't home.
His wife said he went off on his own for a few days.
He went crab fishing, but she doesn't know where.
And does Jess believe her? Yeah, he said he thinks she's in the dark.
I mean, she's suffering pretty major PTSS in relation to her daughter's disappearance, to the point of delusion.
She seemed to think that Jess was there to question her about the day of Brittany's disappearance.
She kept going over the timeline of activities on that day.
Well, if that's what Caleb Walsh is living with, then likely, his endgame goes back to his daughter.
- Brittany Walsh.
- A local kid from Easton.
Easton is a rougher part of town than Chesapeake Beach, where the Osterholms live.
Her parents reported her missing when she didn't show up for her 20th birthday, which is a year ago tomorrow.
And that could be what triggered Walsh.
What was the outcome of that missing persons investigation? I mean, that was just it.
The case was open, but there wasn't much investigating.
Okay, hold on.
According to this, Brittany was dating Craig Osterholm.
The women on campus cancelled Craig, so he went looking for someone with less power on the wrong side of town.
Domestic violence is progressive.
It doesn't just pop up out of nowhere.
Well, if their relationship was rocky, there might be a record of it.
I'll let Jess know.
We responded to several calls at Brittany Walsh's apartment - before she went missing.
- Domestic abuse calls? I don't know.
Domestic disturbances? She was dating Craig Osterholm.
Was he abusing her? She'd say he was, then she'd say he wasn't.
Never wanted to press charges.
Well, that's common with victims of abuse.
When Brittany went missing, did you question Craig? We're just a tiny town PD.
I don't have the manpower or resources to conduct that kind of investigation.
So I turned it over to Calvert County Sheriff's Office.
Was that Sheriff Lewis? Yeah.
Why? His wife is Jeanine Osterholm's cousin.
It didn't seem like a potential conflict to you? Maybe if I'd known, but I didn't.
I just assumed they'd handle it like any other case, like professionals.
We need to know about your investigation into Brittany Walsh's disappearance.
Uh that was a while back.
I I'd have to look it up.
It was a year ago.
Pretty sure you remember it, because her abusive boyfriend is the son of your wife's cousin.
All right, it's not what you think.
Well, what I think is, you failed to investigate the prime suspect in Brittany Walsh's disappearance because he's a relative of yours.
All right, now hold on.
All right, it's not like there was much - of a case to begin with.
- She's still missing.
You know what? Sometimes adults leave.
They just take off.
That doesn't mean there was anything criminal going on.
Is he really saying that with a straight face? Did you know that Craig Osterholm - was abusing her? - No.
No charges were ever filed.
Every time she made a complaint, she withdrew it.
Now, I had no intention of dragging Craig's good name, his family's good name, through the mud, you know, based on some rumors.
Is that what you told Brittany's parents when they were desperately trying to find their missing daughter? You may think you did the Osterholms a favor.
Think about it this way, Sheriff.
You set in motion the events that caused the murders of Jeanine and Darcy.
They were killed because Craig Osterholm had a hand in the disappearance of a young woman with no name to speak of.
And law enforcement did nothing to try to find her.
You did nothing, and now you live with that.
You'll need to resign, effective immediately.
I'm reporting you to Internal Affairs and the FBI's Public Integrity unit.
I tried talking to the Sheriff's Office when Brittany first went missing, but they didn't want to listen to what I had to say.
We're here now.
We're listening.
She lived upstairs? Lived upstairs, worked down here.
Is this where she met Craig Osterholm? Yeah.
Never really understood why a college kid with money was hanging out here.
I warned Britt to be on guard, but she thought he was her prince charming.
Was he? He screamed at her all the time, so loud I could hear him down here when the bar was packed.
I called the cops a few times.
They'd go up there, but nothing ever came of it.
Did she ever leave him? Threatened to all the time, but in the end, he'd sweet-talk her or take her away for a few days.
And that's what happened at the end.
- They'd had a real blowout.
- Then they went away together.
Craig's family has a house out on Lake Moffat.
She packed an overnight bag, and they drove off in Craig's car.
But she never came back.
Thank you.
We need to check out that lake house.
It's real simple, son.
What I need from you is answers.
I don't know anything.
I don't.
That's a lie.
It's not.
You know what my wife is doing today? She's waiting for Brittany to come home for her birthday.
She really believes that's gonna happen.
Breaks my heart to see her like that.
I don't I don't wait for her no more.
I used to, but I don't anymore.
I know she's dead, and I know you killed her.
- I didn't.
- Shut up! - I swear.
- Shut up! I know you killed her.
And all I want now is to bring her home.
Bring Something home for her mother to bury.
It's the only thing that's gonna give her any peace.
She needs to put Brittany in the ground, needs a place where she can visit.
So I need you to tell me where she's at.
I swear to you, I didn't hurt her.
Okay? I swear I didn't hurt her.
I swear.
You're not telling me what I need to hear.
I am.
I can't tell you what I don't know, okay? It's okay.
- What are you doing? - I'm gonna help you.
- I c w - Okay? Okay.
What do you want me to say? I didn't hurt her.
I don't know what you want from me.
I don't know what you want.
Hey, okay, I don't know.
Okay, hold on.
Hold on.
No, no, no.
Don't look at your hand.
Don't look at your hand.
Look at me, look at me, look at me, look at me, look at me.
Where's my daughter? The way I see it, you still got one thumb and eight fingers.
So I'm gonna ask you again.
Where's Brittany? I I swear to you, I didn't hurt her.
I swear.
I swear.
No, no, no, no, no, no, okay, okay.
Okay, I didn't hurt her.
I know where she is.
I can show you.
I can show you.
Where is she? I can show you.
Just untie me.
Just please untie me.
Just untie me, and I'll show you, I promise.
I promise.
Is this it? Yeah, she's in here.
She's in here? Where? In there? My sweet girl.
That's Walsh's car.
Hana and Kristin, take the house.
Ortiz and I'll cover the back.
You did this.
No, no, I no, I didn't.
Stop lying to me.
Tell me what you did.
How did she die? Hmm? It was an accident.
Stop lying.
Caleb Walsh.
FBI! Put the gun down.
What are you doing here? We're here because of Brittany.
You're too late.
Just like all the rest of them.
He killed her and shoved her body in that freezer.
He didn't even hide her.
My Brittany's been in that freezer all this time, dead, and nobody helped bring her home.
I know it, and I'm sorry.
She deserved better.
You think I don't know that? You think I didn't try to get justice for her? - I know you did.
- The Osterholm name meant more than my daughter's life.
Oh, God.
I know.
And it's not right.
But Brittany wouldn't want you doing this.
- How do you know? - Because I have a daughter.
And I worry about her all the time.
All the time.
I know what you went through.
It's like It's like living in hell.
But Caleb, this isn't the way.
What happened at the house I didn't mean for it to happen.
I only wanted to take Darcy with me for leverage, take their daughter like mine was taken, and then give her back when they told me where Brittany was.
But then, nothing worked out right.
I understand.
I only wanted to know what happened to Brittany.
Her mother needs to know.
And now you know.
Let us take him into custody.
He'll go to prison for what he did, I promise you.
Isn't that worse than killing him? Caleb, give me the gun.
Let it go.
Hands behind your back.
Let's go.
- You okay? - Yeah.
We got them all, Jess.
Caleb Walsh, Craig Osterholm, Sheriff Lewis.
He just handed in his gun and badge.
All of this because of one family.
The power, the privilege, the entitlement.
It's a funny thing, isn't it? It definitely seems unfair.
Did make me realize something.
What? I have a lot to be grateful for.
Maybe you should do something about it.
- Hey.
- Hiya.
Glad you made it home.
I didn't think I'd get to see you tonight.
I missed you too.
- What's in the bag, hon? - Something for you.
- For me? - It's a dress.
Well, it's not a dress, it's the dress.
It's the one you were looking at when we went shopping with Tali before she went to school.
I was just looking at that.
What is what is this about? It's about us.
It's about you and me.
What does that mean? It means, instead of concentrating - on being an empty nester - Mm-hmm.
I thought maybe we should start trying, you know, freebirding.
- You want to freebird? - Yeah.
I don't know what that means, but I think I like the sound of it.
- Well, freebirding - Uh-huh.
It occurred to me that I I never got the opportunity to court you, so Ah, you want to court me? Yeah, sweep you off your feet.
Romance you.
- It's fine.
- No, no, no, no, no.
We have time now, and I want to.
I want to sweep you off your feet.
What do you think about putting this dress on right now and joining me for a night in Manhattan? - Hmm? - Hmm? This is amazing.
It's not too bad, right? It's not bad at all.
Hey, what'd you mean when you said you wanted to sweep me off my feet? Just this.
Lots more of this.

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