Firefly Lane (2021) s01e07 Episode Script

Total Eclipse of the Hart

Mom, are you okay? The funeral starts in a few minutes.
I know.
But if I go in there, it makes it real.
Okay, so let's wait.
Tully would have known how to do this, but I don't know how to say goodbye.
The Belly Bug by Colson Jeffers.
"I felt my stomach whirl.
My insides did a twirl.
" "Why was my belly fat?" - "A-purrin' like a cat?" - Whoa.
You are too stiff.
But it's for school.
You got to feel the poem.
Move, man.
"My insides did a twirl!" You own the stage.
Use it! Make the audience follow you, steal their attention and don't give it back.
- Okay - Okay.
Let's try it.
Uh, okay.
Uh "That day, I only ate a brownie and a date.
" "Dirt balls and cockroach brew, some caterpillar stew!" - [CLOUD GASPS.]
You know why you picked this poem, don't you? It's 'cause of me.
I used to read this poem to you when you were a baby.
No, you didn't.
Gran did.
But she read it to you 'cause it was my favorite.
And that's why it's your favorite! We're the same, babe.
I need to be perfect tomorrow.
If I'm gonna be the next Jean Enersen, I need to be able to memorize lines, enunciate, and you know, somehow captivate an audience.
But make it look easy all at the same time.
God, you know, that's how the best ones do it.
I need to be able to own the stage.
I need to be able to steal their attention and not give it back.
You know, this is the time that they separate the wheat from the the non-wheat part.
I hate to break it to you, Tully, but stealing people's attention has never really been an issue for you, so - [SIGHS.]
You were born to do this.
You're gonna be great.
I don't know.
If anything goes wrong, I'll just trip on my caterpillar costume.
- Roll right off the stage.
You know, that is why we're such a great team.
When we grow up, we're gonna be famous journalists.
- Really? - Duh.
And we're gonna live together, and our boyfriends will be best friends.
I really hope Cloud likes it.
Yay, it's baby day! Hi, I'm Kate.
- Dr.
Jackson, nice to meet you.
- Hi.
You're just in time for the ultrasound.
- [KATE.]
Is it okay that I came? - Yeah, of course.
You haven't returned any of my calls I know, I just haven't felt like talking on the phone.
I am so sorry about the article.
I'll just go wash my hands.
Can we please just burn this? No, it's actually quite the read.
I had no idea what Kimber was gonna write.
I mean, obviously, I could kill her.
I know, it's I'm not mad.
It's okay to be mad.
Of course you're mad, I would be so I'm not mad.
I'm not mad at you.
It's not your fault.
It's Cloud.
This is what she does.
She's like the villain in a horror movie, like Freddy Krueger.
She always comes back just in time to ruin your life with her bullshit.
I am so, so, so, so sorry.
I know, honey.
It's okay, really.
Ready to see your baby? Yeah.
Oh, my God, look at that.
It's too early to determine the sex, but we can hear the heartbeat.
That's our baby! It's just like The Belly Bug.
What's wrong? Nothing, I'm fine, I just I still don't know what I want to do about this.
The judge rules Washington violated the 1964 Civil Rights Act by paying women less than men, and these bozos aren't gonna let me through? I am the only female reporter there.
Do they think I'm just not gonna interview the union lawyer that brought the suit? I hate when the cameras swarm me like that.
I don't know how you can breathe! That's the job! Gotta get the get.
It's like fighting replicant Gremlin vultures.
I shoved past that dickwad from KAON, but then the KGMQ reporter fully tried to shoulder block me.
So I stomped him on the foot.
- In your heels? - Jesus, Tully.
- It's not like I drew blood! - I'm gonna get so many calls.
I just couldn't believe you didn't punch the KLBK guy in the nose.
How is this only your third story and we already need damage control? - What's No! No, bugger off.
- First round's on you, boss! Second round's on me.
As it should be! Free drinks are women's reparations for men's sexist bullsh Hey, Tully, just get in the van.
We got a traffic nightmare ahead of us.
Oh, uh, by the way, guys.
I noticed this campground we passed on the way up.
I'm gonna need to stop there on the way back.
- In rush hour? - It'll be a quick stop.
Please, Mutt? [SIGHS.]
Get her back in 15, we still have to edit.
I'll be done before you can have your aneurysm.
Really? I'm coming with you.
Please don't.
It's okay, I got this.
Why? I don't understand.
'Cause we're here, and I just I have things I want to tell her.
She's not gonna give you what you're looking for.
You don't know that! A lot can change in two years.
Plus, I'm up to some pretty amazing shit.
You will never give up on her.
I just want to see her.
- Alone.
- Okay.
Now I suggest you use this brief interlude to go pull Mutt into the bushes and make out.
Hey, Cloud.
- Hey, Tallulah.
I'm, uh here on assignment for KPOC News.
I'm an on-air reporter now.
I, uh, I'm doing a story about, um, the state having to give women equal wages.
And the judge ruling on it was Black.
That's pretty cool, right? Times are changing.
TV is the opiate of the masses.
Well, if there's anyone who knows about drugs, it's you.
I could pretend to be impressed, but then you wouldn't respect me.
Maybe if you were working for a news organization that actually told the truth instead of this mainstream, government disinformation shit.
It's a fancy gig, right? Good money? Cool.
'Cause I'm short this month.
Don't give it all to one dealer.
Man, I wish I had my real camera.
You look incredible in this light.
Great, let's go.
Hang on.
How was it? Ah, I couldn't find her.
Guess she moved on.
Oh, don't worry, baby.
She'll settle somewhere and she'll reach out, then you can tell her everything.
- And she'll be really proud.
- Yeah.
For sure.
"Tully tells the world her mother is dead, but Dorothy Hart works at the Ovaltine Cafe right here in Seattle, struggling day to day just to survive, while her superstar daughter has a $12,000 coffee table in her penthouse in the sky.
" Bitch complimented my coffee table.
And it was 15 grand, thank you very much.
Not sure that helps us.
- I thought it was a fluff piece.
- And your friend set this up? - [TULLY.]
Could she have tipped off her boss? - No.
- No.
Who cares how it went down? Our ratings were already softening, and now America thinks she's Ebenezer Scrooge in stilettos.
Access Hollywood and Entertainment Tonight are both covering this.
So what do we do? Release a statement? Donate to a women's shelter? You need to bring your mother on the show.
- What? - You're a millionaire.
And it looks like you've abandoned her.
Do a special reconciliation episode.
You could bring in a family therapist.
That could get you the cover of next week's People.
Let's just hear them out.
Call me when you have something real.
- You're late, Mularkey.
- You wrote a fucking hit piece.
Excuse me? I wouldn't be surprised if she sues your ass.
I'm sorry, Gideon.
My assistant appears to have something that she'd like to discuss with me in private.
- Sure, I'll just - Oh, no, no, no.
I want everyone to know that Kimber doesn't fact check.
Uh, yes, I do.
Did you even call Tully so she could respond? Of course, I did.
Your friend was too busy to return.
Probably because she assumed this was going to be some fawning fluff piece that was too beneath her to follow up on.
She wasn't snubbing you.
Tully hosts a national talk show.
She has zero time for anything! Well, I have zero time for this, so excuse me.
Tully's been supporting Cloud financially for years, okay? Only reason she stopped sending checks was she knew she was using it on drugs.
Her mother's an addict, it was tough love.
That doesn't give her a right to lie to the public.
Oh, you're just the journalist to expose her, huh, Kimber? Such bullshit.
You knew your job was on the line, so you needed something to save your ass This isn't personal, Kate.
This is what reporters do.
We find stories.
She wasn't trading sexual favors for jobs.
That is a straight-up lie.
Who told you that? I can't reveal my sources.
Oh, my God, this isn't Watergate.
Your "reporting" was a bunch of tabloid bullshit.
My reporting is by the book! This is a magazine, not a PR company.
Then why lie about it? You said it was in next month's issue.
Roger went crazy for it, so it got moved up.
I guess you missed that memo, babe.
Been too busy writing your own article, huh? When can I expect that on my desk? You can't, because fuck you, I quit! [BREATHING SHAKILY.]
- Taking this too.
- Uh, actually, that's mine.
- Oh.
- I keep it there for the sun.
Uh, no.
How was the doctor? Uh, it was good.
Everything looks good.
That's great! I also wanted to call and see if you were taking your prenatal vitamins? Not sure how they're different from regular vitamins, but I do know they're important somehow.
Yeah, I got some today.
Hey, so You think maybe, next time, I could I don't know, I could be there? You know, maybe, hear the heartbeat and stuff? Maybe see the little guy? Or girl? Yeah.
I mean If we, you know, decide to move forward.
So, um How are you feeling with the article and everything? Fine, I'm fine.
There's no such thing as bad press, right? Unless they call you an evil, conniving ho-bag who slept her way to the top.
Yeah, except they're lying.
We're not gonna let them get away with that Yeah.
Um, listen, I'm just finishing up some stuff at work.
Uh I could come by later.
I You know, I'm I'm actually just really tired.
I wouldn't be very good company right now, I just kind of need to sleep.
Yeah, I totally get it.
Call you in the morning? Yeah, call me tomorrow.
All right.
Night, Tully.
And it has been a very tight game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Green Bay Packers.
I'm barely drunk.
Who wants more? [JOHNNY.]
You've had more than anyone, Tully.
Come on, dude, have a drink! Your favorite employee, who you have mentored and nurtured Yeah, I don't think so.
is a real reporter now.
This is a celebration! - One shot? - No.
- Come on.
- He's not even drinking.
It's club soda.
- [TULLY.]
Really? - [JOHNNY.]
When I got back from El Salvador, I got really drunk and I blacked out, all right? I was in the office, I was working late editing, and Kate apparently found me and got me to a couch and, uh, I don't remember any of it, so Need a little break from drinking.
- My God, look at the time! - Oh.
Oh! Hey, excuse me.
Can you turn on KPOC? Hello? Hey, I'm on TV.
It's my report, please! Seahawks are in overtime.
Seattle Seahawks, 17-17.
All right.
- [MAN 1.]
Hey, hey! - [PATRONS JEERING.]
[MAN 2.]
Shut up and show us your tits.
told its women, "It doesn't matter how hard you work.
" "We're still paying you less than men.
- Tully! Tully! What? - [JEERING CONTINUES.]
- Oh, screw all you grody, little-dick men who cannot stand to see a woman in [YELPS.]
- [MAN 1.]
Put the game back on! - [KATE.]
Are you okay? [LAUGHS.]
No, no, I'm fine.
I'm fine.
Ah, screw it.
Maybe I could use a drink.
Yeah! That's what I'm talking about! Hey, buddy, yeah.
Double Makers? Oh! [MUTT.]
Oh! Well played.
I'm gonna fire you as soon as I become lead anchor.
And Kate will just rehire me when she takes over the network.
- Isn't that right, Katie? - Maybe.
" Ooh.
That's okay.
That's okay.
You ready? Taking notes? Come on, Elieen - Oh! That's not - [LAUGHING.]
Did you even go to college? I've only had one drink, all right? - Once I've had three - You get even worse at pool? - Watching you, Mularkey.
- Good one, Mularkey! Okay, now unlike all you smarty-pants, I didn't go to college.
I always knew I wanted to be a local news cameraman.
Talked my way into the job when I was just 17.
It's true.
When you know what you want, it's easy to focus.
- [KATE.]
Hey, Mutt? - Huh? Whoo! Dude, come on! That's not [IN SOUTHERN ACCENT.]
Katherine Scarlett Mularkey! I am shocked, simply shocked! - [LAUGHS.]
My name is Kathleen.
- I know.
Not Katherine.
You know that.
You always seemed like more of a Katherine to me.
That's the oldest trick in the book and you fell for it.
Like an idiot! This shot is no chance.
No chance at all! Come on, Eileen, oh, I swear - [JOHNNY.]
No, no, no - [ALL EXCLAIM.]
Oh, my God, I did it! [BOTH LAUGHING.]
You in that dress My thoughts, I confess Verge on dirty Ah, come on, Eileen [DISCO MUSIC PLAYING.]
Tonight's the night, Mutt and I are gonna have sex! That's fantastic.
I bet he's huge! - Tully! - What? It's just a feeling I have.
A gut instinct.
I'm always right about these things.
You have to call me immediately after and tell me everything.
Or maybe I'll just wait and tell you the next morning.
Hello, gorgeous.
Take me to your place.
Really? Like now? - Mm-hmm.
- I just ordered another round.
Tell Johnny to drink it himself.
I'm going home with my woman! [WHOOPING.]
- I'm his woman! - Yeah, you are! - [MUTT.]
Get out of my way! - [LAUGHING.]
Oh, dammit.
Wait, are they leaving? Yeah.
My girl Kate's about to get laid! [LAUGHS.]
I'm so excited for her.
I guess I'm paying for these, then.
So what? She's happy.
No, you're right.
She should be with someone like Mutt.
Someone good.
She deserves that.
To Mutt and Kate.
To Kate and Mutt! - [CHUCKLES.]
- Chin-chin! I'm so sorry.
Oh, it's fine.
I can't believe she shit on my bed.
Ginger's usually a good dog! - Accidents happen.
I don't know why it smelled like that.
She must've eaten cheese, or maybe I left the casserole out No, it's fine, it's okay.
We don't need to talk about it anymore.
Mood killer.
I'm nervous This is like the culmination of a dream.
What What happens in the dream? Hmm.
What if Tully comes home? Then she comes home.
Do you know how many times I've had to listen to her have rabid howler monkey sex - through that wall? - [MUTT LAUGHS.]
I never knew my father.
In fact, I don't even know his name.
My parents were missionaries.
Dragged me all over the world trying to save people's souls.
And you know, they were good people, but my dad couldn't stop chasing women.
Mum couldn't handle it, drank herself to death.
Oh, shit.
That's awful, I'm sorry.
Though I kinda wish my mother drank herself to death.
I tell people she's dead because that's easier than the truth, which is that she never gave even half a shit about me.
And I think she might actually really hate me.
And that is why I am so empty inside.
Fuck me.
- You win.
- Mmm.
True I, uh went to see my mom today.
For the first time in [EXHALES.]
I don't know how long.
Part of me Part of me hoped she would pull me into her arms, tell me she's proud.
I don't know why I never learn my lesson.
I just keep going back for more punishment like a fucking idiot.
Ugh! What is wrong with me? - There's nothing wrong with you.
There's a lot wrong with me.
I don't know anyone who works as hard as you do, Tully.
Who's more passionate and driven about what they do.
I'm seriously in awe of it.
We all know you're just slumming it here with us before your meteoric rise to stardom.
Yeah, yeah.
I'm super ambitious.
Also, hilarious, tenacious, kind No, I'm not.
You change out the coffee filter because you know that Kate doesn't like touching the wet grounds.
And I know you do it for Kate because you never did it before she started working with us.
Yeah, well, that's still just one small thing I do for [CLEARS THROAT.]
I, uh uh I'm, um I'm kinda messed up right now.
Me too.
I bought a ticket to the world But now I've come back again [KISSING.]
I'm so glad to be here with you.
This is happening.
- [KATE.]
It's happening.
Mutt, I'm ready.
I'm so excited we're about to do this.
You're so hot and I'm so drunk and nervous.
I just got too excited.
This never happens.
- You're so hot.
- No, it's fine, it's fine.
I mean, we had so much to drink, and this is like all so super romantic, and maybe we could even try again in a little bit [SNORING.]
Well, it seems so real What about Kate? She's at Mutt's having sex, so so we can be as loud as we want! And it seems so real I can taste it [JOHNNY AND TULLY MOANING.]
I can hear it So why can't I touch it? So why can't I touch it? [LOUD MOANING.]
Oh! - [TULLY.]
Fuck, yes! - Fuck! Oh, my God! - Yes! Oh, fuck! [MOANING.]
Johnny! Ah! - Yes! - [JOHNNY.]
Oh, Tully! Oh, shit.
I gotta [MUTT VOMITS.]
Oh, I think I'm getting carsick.
We're not moving.
The Earth is always hurtling through space.
Spinning and spinning.
You're all right.
Come on, let's get you wired up.
Okay? That all right? Good, yeah.
I'm just gonna go over my open.
CONEX claims the layoffs are due to lagging overseas sales.
That's such bullshit.
Those executives are protecting their salaries so they can keep putting coke up their noses! Noses! Oh! - Drinks are on Mularkey tonight, huh? - [MUTT.]
Don't fucking say drinks.
I never want to hear the word "tequila" again.
But if Kate wants to, I'll rally.
I'm not playing your stupid game.
Oh, come on! Guys, I gotta go to a store.
What? No, we don't have time.
Just find one on the way.
I need Gatorade, an Alka-Seltzer, and aspirin.
I'm sweating like a pig.
All right.
All right.
We'll find somewhere on the way.
- Whatever Tropical Storm Tully wants - [DOORS CLOSING.]
Ready to go? Let's do this! [GROANS SOFTLY.]
All right.
All right.
I'm hitting the head.
I'm gonna go throw up in this plant.
Come in with me.
- Hey.
- No, thanks.
- What is up with you? - [KATE.]
- Are you mad at me? [SIGHS.]
Are you mad at me for sleeping with Johnny? No! - Bullshit! I don't believe this! - I'm not mad! I thought you were over him.
Why won't you look at me, then? You left early to go have sex with Mutt, your boyfriend, who you are in love with! You never even come close with Johnny.
Johnny tried to kiss me that night he was drunk at the station and he doesn't remember.
Oh, Kate.
I I didn't Shit! Why didn't you Because I don't care.
Yes, you do! You clearly care! Fine, I care, I admit it! You have to have everything for yourself.
No matter what, you just take it.
The only reason you slept with Johnny is because you knew that I loved him.
Just, wow.
You okay there, Mutt? - [STORE BELL CHIMES.]
- [SIGHS.]
Grandpa, Grandpa, can I have some Pop Rocks? [GRANDPA.]
- Everyone, get down! Get down! Open the register.
Yo! What's going on? [WHISPERING.]
There's someone robbing the store and he's got a gun.
Oh, my God.
Start filming.
I'll radio the station, we're going live with this.
Are you crazy? Shit, shit, shit! [OPERATOR.]
911, what's your emergency? Ah! There's a robbery.
We're at the Automart on Broad Street.
Come on.
Come on.
I think the man has a gun.
You're on with the morning news.
I don't know.
Your mic is live.
You're on with Ted and Julie.
This is your big break, Tully.
Moments ago, a man walked into this convenience store in the Industrial District wielding a handgun and demanding money from the clerk.
He appears to be a white male in his mid-twenties, and he is extremely agitated.
Ted's asking how many people are inside? [TULLY.]
It's just myself, the clerk and two others.
The police are coming, keep talking.
I want everyone at home to know we are okay.
My producer tells me the police are on their way.
I don't think he wants to hurt us, I just think he wants some money.
This is it? Open the safe! [SHOUTING.]
I said, open the fucking safe! Open it! Open it! [JOHNNY.]
This is gold, Tull.
Keep it coming.
The clerk is attempting to open up the safe.
Who the fuck do you think you're talking to? - No! - [GUN SHOT.]
Ah! [GASPS.]
Oh, my God, tell the police to hurry.
We need an ambulance! [JOHNNY.]
Two's gonna stay on us.
Lose two, you're going to be in a single all day.
- All right, Smitty.
- Thank you.
Camera three's going to pick up on that.
- Thank you.
- All right? Where've you been all morning? [CLEARS THROAT.]
Did Beavis and Butt-Head come up with a plan that doesn't involve public humiliation? Women's shelter.
- Great.
- Tull I said great.
Hey, guys.
Can we, um Uh Can we [HEARTBEAT THUMPING.]
I can't I [JOHNNY.]
So Tull? Tully.
Where'd she go? Tully! "Great Scot! Those stomach knots, they brought ten chamber pots!" "But no! Right up my spout, a million butterflies!" "They left me for the skies.
"Their wings went past my lips, and then, they did backflips!" [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE.]
Hey, baby.
Look who stopped by! Hey, Tallulah.
Motivation was his teacher As he turned into a preacher You miss me? Is it three o'clock already? - I thought it was Saturday, Tallulah! - Jesus.
Kate! Oh [GASPS.]
Sorry, I'm sorry.
The gate was open.
I've been putting stuff out on the lawn because nothing more will fit in here.
Yeah, I can see that.
My mother said, "You can't control what you can't control, but you can control what you can," so I'm controlling my closets! Okay.
Why? [SIGHS.]
Because Marah's at school, I have time, and opportunity waits for no woman.
I've been worried about you.
I called your office to check in, but they said you got fired.
What? That is a damn dirty lie.
I quit! [SCOFFS.]
Hey, hey, hey.
How about you take a break, and I'll make you some food? I'll tell you the secret to grilled cheese.
You butter both sides of the bread, and then you toast it.
Thanks, but I'm not hungry.
Tully! - [KATE.]
Ever - Tully! - [TRAVIS.]
Oh, my God.
- Oh, shit! - Okay.
What are you doing here? It's like the middle of the day! Tully disappeared in the middle of rehearsal.
She's not answering her phone.
I thought she'd be here because she's always here.
Obviously not.
What do you mean she disappeared? I don't know.
We thought she was in the bathroom, then her car was gone.
Audience is already lining up.
The network's freaking out.
- Oh, God.
- Anything I can do to help? - No, thank you.
- No, thanks! I'm gonna check her apartment.
Just need to grab the spare keys Obviously, I'm coming with you.
- I'm so sorry, I have to - Yeah.
No, go find your friend.
I'll be in the car.
Tully? Tull? Tull? Tull? [CELL PHONE RINGING.]
She left her phone.
Hey! Tully, I've been trying to call you.
Max, this is Kate, Tully's friend.
Um Have you heard from her? Not since this morning.
What's going on? We don't know where she is and she left her phone.
Do we need to call the police? Not yet.
I have a few ideas.
We'll find her.
Thanks, Max.
Keep me up to date, let me know what's going on.
I don't know.
Tully has never missed a show.
Remember the robbery? [JOHNNY ON RADIO.]
Tully, are you there? Can you hear me? Give me a bag.
Are you okay? Talk to me! - He shot me.
- What? [GRUNTS.]
Will you hurry the fuck up? Shit.
Tully? Tully, are you okay? - [GROANS.]
- Are you hit? He shot me in the shoulder.
I think I stopped the bleeding.
Keep talking.
Stay with me, stay awake and keep going.
What do you see? There's a little boy.
He got separated from his grandfather.
I'm trying to get to him.
What's taking so long? - [GRUNTS.]
Come here.
Come on.
Come here.
Get close.
If you don't hurry up, I'm gonna fucking blow your head off! - What's happening? - [TULLY.]
I got him.
We're okay, I think.
I think the cashier got into the safe.
Hurry, please! Tully.
- Hey, come here.
- Grandpa! - Tully! Oh, my God! Holy shit! - [POLICE SIRENS WAILING.]
Oh, my God, okay.
It's over, you're okay.
Hold it right there! [GRUNTS.]
- Be advised, suspect apprehended.
- Okay.
I got you.
I got you.
Let's get you to the hospital.
Oh, fuck.
Oh, my God, what the fuck? [TULLY.]
How was I? Was I good? What the fuck did I ever do to you? I haven't heard from you in years, now you wanna give interviews about me, you wanna burn down my career.
All I did was try to love you and you hated me.
I wanna know why.
I didn't ask to be born.
And I didn't deserve such a shitty mother.
I'm sorry.
You're sorry? When I had you, I I wasn't ready.
I'd had a bad life.
I wanted to be a good mother, and I I was an addict.
But I am clean now.
So you made a choice to ruin my life while you were clean! I didn't know she was going to write those things.
She twisted my words.
I said that you were exceptional.
I said that you were strong and talented, and I was proud.
I said that I always knew you were gonna be a success.
I'm not a success.
I'm broken.
No, you you have a fire inside of you and it lights up everyone you meet, and I thought that that meant you didn't need me.
But I know now that was just a lie that I told myself.
You always needed a mother.
And I failed you.
I understand that now.
But I'd like to try to start again, if you Fuck no.
I will never ever I have to go.
Think she'll be there? [KATE.]
I have no idea.
Can't believe she'd just leave.
Over a magazine article? This is a woman who kept reporting after she got shot.
This is so much worse than the Automart.
I mean, Cloud coming back out of the woodwork? Not to mention the fact that What? Tully's pregnant.
Tully's pregnant? It's so early on and she's not even sure what she's gonna do about it.
Couldn't you tell that she was rattled? I mean, a little, maybe.
I don't know.
I just thought Tully's a racehorse.
She can handle anything.
- Yeah, that's exactly your problem.
- Well, what does that mean? That you care more about the job than the people in it.
Always have.
Am I not currently on a rescue mission with my estranged wife who I just caught on my couch with another man? - Caught? - Well, how do you think it felt? I'm sorry.
You've moved on.
I get it.
I waited for you to choose me for 20 years.
What are you talking about? I married you! [LAUGHS.]
We have a child! Oh, let's not pretend that I was your first choice.
Why? Because I slept with Tully? That was a thousand years ago.
That is not what this is about.
This is about how you are with work.
How you've always been with work! I mean, when you are chasing a story or producing a show, you just get so lost in the job that nothing else matters.
It's like when she got shot, you were a producer first and a human being second.
It is not always about the get.
And that's why I quit my job today.
You quit the magazine? Why? Because my boss published a story called "Tully Hart-less.
" See? This is exactly what I'm talking about.
- All right.
Did Tully ask you to quit? - No.
But it was a given.
I'm not gonna go back and work for Kimber after what happened.
I I am done with journalism.
Oh, Mularkey It was never right for me.
I gotta figure out who I am and what I want because I have no idea.
Tull [TULLY.]
My old trophy.
From The Belly Bug? [TULLY SIGHS.]
How'd you know I was here? I know my lady.
Is Johnny pissed? He's worried.
Everyone's worried.
You know, I bought this place like three years ago.
Haven't even been inside.
Wonder if the kitchen's still pink.
Oh, man, I loved that kitchen.
- I was so jealous of it.
How are Bud and Margie? Maybe we should go say hi.
- They are in Cabo.
- Ah.
I think I might want this baby.
Me too.
'Cause I'm gonna need a shit-ton of help.
The most as you'll ever go [EMT.]
All right, you've been shot, but we're getting you out of here.
Okay, you're okay.
You're gonna be okay.
You're gonna be okay.
Where as you watch the hour snow Years may go by Years may go by So hold on to your special friend I guess we should go in.
You'll need something to keep her in Now you stay inside this foolish grin Though any day your secrets end Then again, years may go by - Years may go by - [CAR ALARM CHIRPS.]
You saved your own special friend Come on, let's go.
And you stay inside that foolish grin When every day now secrets end Oh, and then again Years may go by Years may go by Years may go by Years may go by
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