Glitch (2015) s02e01 Episode Script

Season 2, Episode 1

1 (INHALES NOISILY, COUGHS) BEAU: There were a bunch of you coming out of coffins! Coffins?! What?! - ELISHIA: I found another one.
- JAMES: So there's five? This is Kate.
She's my wife, and she has been dead for over two years.
I want to sleep in my own bed.
That's my friend.
That's Sarah.
How long did you wait till you hooked up with her? How long? SARAH: We can't share you, James.
I'm not gonna share you.
- Did you sleep with my husband? - Your husband? Get the fuck out of my car! - Your eye's bleeding.
- He decomposed in front of me.
I told you, I can't go near the bridge.
I can't leave Yoorana.
- CHRIS: What do you mean?! - Fuck! Chris, it's true! Just stop! ELISHIA: You were buried outside the cemetery, which means you were either a suicide or a murderer.
I don't belong here.
You will eventually remember who you are.
I know what I am.
(SPEAKS INDIGENOUS LANGUAGE) What is he saying? He said he is our father.
He said Kalinda was his wife.
You're the fruit of my loins.
You're Fitzgeralds.
I'll gut you like a fish.
Paddy, he's a scumbag, but he's still family.
"The last will and testament of Patrick Michael Fitzgerald.
" (RADIO SCANS CHANNELS) - Vic? What happened? - Just a bit of an accident.
Dr McKellar has taken them somewhere.
- I need to find them.
- Yeah, I'm trying to find them, Vic.
You need to leave this with me now.
I know about what you're doing with Noregard.
Has she told you why you're back?! If you want to know what happened when you died, use it.
We have to return you, all of you.
- Let her go! - (KATE SQUEALS, WHIMPERS) Don't! Step away! (GROANS) Why? Because that wasn't Vic.
You had no right to bring me back.
- (BABY BAWLS) - (SARAH SOBS) What's wrong? Thought we'd lost her there for a minute.
CHRIS: (ON PHONE) James, I did that search you wanted and mate, you're not gonna believe this.
(INHALES DEEPLY) (BREATHES SHAKILY) (METALLIC THUD) (BANGING ON DOOR) (GASPS, BREATHES SHAKILY) (ALARM WAILS IN DISTANCE) (CROSSING LIGHT BEEPS SLOWLY) (CROSSING LIGHT PINGS, BEEPS RAPIDLY) (HORN BLASTS) (WHIMPERS, PANTS) (DOG BARKS IN DISTANCE) (THEME MUSIC) CHRIS: (ON PHONE) Dr Elishia McKellar is dead.
She died at Epworth Hospital four years ago.
James? We need you.
(BABBLES) (TENDERLY) Yes.
(GASPS SOFTLY) There we go.
Just move her just like this.
Yes.
- JAMES: She's so calm.
- Mm.
Your wife's pretty amazing too.
- Is she? - Yeah.
Well, considering what she went through.
Don't you think? (GASPS SOFTLY) Yeah.
And another one.
Now that she's clean and dressed - Yeah? - let's get her fed, hm? I'll do it.
- Hey.
- Oh.
- Hey.
- Hey.
How're you doing? Yeah, I've just got a bit of a headache.
Here we are.
Hello.
(CHUCKLES) Just remember to support her head, darl.
Oh.
I'll get the bottle.
Now, your milk will come in soon, so you just have to be patient.
But when that happens, we can, um well, we can send you lot home.
Already? Well, if everything's fine, why not? - We need the beds.
(CHUCKLES) - Ah.
She's beautiful.
Yeah.
You sure you're okay? Yeah, I'm just a bit foggy in the head.
You've been through a huge ordeal.
I don't really remember most of it.
What do you remember? That when I opened my eyes, you were there.
Of course I was there.
I was terrified I was gonna lose you.
Well, you didn't.
(CHUCKLES) (SIGHS) (SIGHS) I can't believe I'm a mother.
It suits you.
Does it? Sarah, I've gotta go somewhere.
Just for a couple of hours.
(SIGHS) Okay? There you go.
Yeah, you go.
It's I'll be right back.
Are you okay? - Yeah.
- (SIGHS) - Are you? - Yeah.
Yeah.
So, what happened? We had a little girl.
How's Sarah? It was tough going for her, but she's okay.
Congratulations, James.
Someone's been through the whole place and trashed it, caravan, everything.
Elishia's disappeared.
Elishia McKellar's dead.
What?! I mean she died, like all of you, and she came back.
When? Four years ago, in Melbourne.
So, she knew about us from the beginning? I never fuckin' trusted her.
What have you done with Vic? We buried him in the bush.
Show me? Come on.
It's just up here.
Are you sure you're okay? I killed a fellow officer, Kate.
You saved our lives.
I just don't understand why Vic wanted to kill you all.
I don't know.
Just here.
- Oh! - Bring her back! - What the fuck? - Back, back, back, back.
Come on.
We never got sick here before.
Oh, God.
What's going on? I don't know, but we've gotta move.
We've gotta get closer to town.
Come on.
You okay to get up? Up, up, up.
Here.
Come here.
Hey.
It's okay.
Okay.
Okay.
I want you to take my car to that old holiday house we looked at on the lake.
- It's still empty.
- Well, where are you going? I'm gonna take Vic's car to Melbourne, I'm gonna dump it and I'm going to find out everything I can about Elishia McKellar.
And what are we supposed to do? Well, just wait at the house.
Right.
You can't come with me, Kate.
I know, James.
I'm trapped.
(INSECTS BUZZ, BIRDS CALL) (PANTS) (GASPS) WOMAN: How did you get in here? Is it food you want? Take some.
Take some fruit.
I don't want it.
You're not gonna hurt me, are you? There is no reason to hurt me.
I'm not going to.
Good.
Then there is no reason to call the police either.
You take some fruit and then you leave.
Okay? Then we agree.
Are you from Yoorana? Were you born here? Me neither.
So, here we are.
Okay, someone is coming.
We have to go.
- Who? - I've no idea, this isn't my house.
Come on.
(OPENS DOOR) I know who you are and that you've come back.
I can explain everything.
Get in the car, John.
Please, get in the car.
So, if it was a stroke that killed Doctor McKellar, what is that? Um, toxicology report.
A list of drugs found in her system.
- Bit of a party girl, or? - I can't say.
Her stroke appears to have been a result of a congenital condition.
Where's the evidence that her body made it to the morgue? There's a death certificate.
And, uh, a record of her cremation.
Did any bodies go missing around this time? Not that I'm aware of.
Is this the next of kin? - Who is that, her mother? Sister? - Mm-hm.
De facto.
- Okay.
Thanks for your time.
- Mm.
(FOOTSTEPS APPROACH) - Alison Atkinson? - Yes.
So, why are you here? Somebody's been posing as Elishia, identity theft.
What are they doing? We think it might be connected with her work, through Noregard.
Do you mean her research? Yes.
What can you tell me about that? Well, she was about to complete the thesis.
And what was that on? Something to do with stem cells and regeneration.
Have you kept any of her work here with you? Yeah.
Why? It might be helpful for me to have a look at it.
Are you a science person? Because I don't understand a word of it.
(CHUCKLES) All right.
(PAPER RUSTLES) Is that Elishia? Yeah.
That was in Bali, the year before she died.
How long were you two together? Five and a half years.
I can understand that.
My wife died of breast cancer a couple of years ago.
- Oh, I'm sorry.
- Thanks.
Is this the most recent photo you have of Elishia? Uh, I've kept I've kept this clip on my phone.
It was only a few hours before she died.
(PEOPLE CHEER AND LAUGH ON VIDEO) Happy birthday to you That's Elishia? Yeah.
I know.
So much fun.
Happy birthday, dear Elishia - WOMAN: Happy birthday, Elishia! - MAN: Happy birthday.
(SIGHS) God.
Does it ever stop? (SIGHS) No.
Well, it hasn't for me.
Sorry.
The research.
Here.
(CLOSES DRAWER) That's her lab book.
Can I borrow this? Yeah, you can take it with you.
It's no use to me.
Thank you so much, Alison.
You've been really helpful.
I'm glad.
This is what she was doing? She was quite the rare bird.
It's a bit creepy, isn't it? It's just been empty for a while.
Let me check it out.
It's a step up, at least.
Hm.
(HIGHWAY TRAFFIC PASSES) Patrick Michael - (HAND DRYER ACTIVATES) - Jesus! Fuckin' damnation! (DOOR OPENS) Ah! - Patrick Michael Fitzgerald.
- G'day.
Steve Tripidakis.
- Sorry I'm late.
- Please.
- Refreshment? - Ah, yeah.
Flat white, thanks.
You might not think that a little country lawyer gets busy, but You, sir, are at the very summit of your profession, and that is why I've sought out your wise counsel.
Good-o.
Uh, shall we take a look at this will of yours? Now, you'll find that the estate, the above-mentioned Corona Hill, is to be left solely to Kalinda and her descendants.
That is, Beau McRea and family and not, as it now stands, to those misbegotten Fitzgeralds.
Uh, mate, I'm not sure this is a legitimate legal document.
The law, sir, is the law.
But this document predates Federation.
No way is it valid.
What are you talking about, you gobshite?! Of course it's valid! Adeline Fitzgerald's already sold the property and - Who's Adeline? I thought it was Lucy! - Adeline's the mother Well listen, if you're not gonna help me, I've no option but to release you from my employ.
- No, no - And another thing.
You'll not squeeze another penny out of me.
No, no.
Hang on, Mr Fitzgerald.
Just let me do a bit of research for you.
- Do you mind if I take a photo of it? - Oh, goodnight.
Here we go, the little magic box again.
- (CAMERA CLICKS) - Thank you.
Well, come back to me when you have some clarification on the matter.
- Well, where can I find you? - Where do you think? Corona Hill.
The Fitzgerald's fuckin' estate, Mr Tripi Tripidakis.
Tripidakis.
A Greek, all the way out here in Australia.
(CHUCKLES) You must be quite the novelty at parties.
Oh (SIGHS) (BIRD SQUAWKING) (OMINOUS MUSIC) (GRUNTS) (WHEEZES, GRUNTS) - (HORN HONKS) - ANGUS: (OUTSIDE) Special delivery! (GURGLES, COUGHS) We came looking for you.
We ran into your cousin Hopalong.
What are you doing here? - And who are you? - His big brother.
We just want to know where your mate is.
- Yeah, the old bloke.
- I don't know.
(SNORTS) Well he fuckin' tried to kill Rory.
- He wouldn't have done it.
- Bullshit.
You just tell your mate that Rory's cousins are looking for him.
We just want to have a heart-to-heart.
Fuck.
Hey! What are you doing? What's going on here? Oh, we were just leaving, ladies.
Don't forget to pass on that message.
What was all that about? Nothing.
- Well, you must have done something.
- (ENGINE STARTS) It wasn't me, it was Paddy.
How many times have I told you to stay away from that crazy old bastard? I am.
I don't give a shit about him anyways.
(SIGHS) I wish Phil was here.
- Hey, Amal.
- Phil.
That chick from the hotel texted me a photo of her tits.
(CHUCKLES) Nice.
Hey, you've got a week off soon.
You, uh you gonna go see her? Uh, I was gonna go back to Yoorana, but bloody long way to go.
Yeah.
Plus, I'd probably get stuck just changing nappies.
- Or driving bloody Beau around.
- (CHUCKLES) Yeah.
(GAS HISSES, PIPE RATTLES) (GAS HISSES LOUDLY) Can you hear that? (EXPLOSIONS IN DISTANCE) (GASPS, WHEEZES) My name is Nicola Heysen.
I'm a Research Professor and one of the founding partners at Noregard Pharmaceuticals.
Doctor McKellar consulted with us.
Elishia's a physician.
Yes.
But she was also working for me, for four years, on a series of cutting-edge experiments on stem cells and organ regeneration.
She lied to you.
She lied to all of you.
And she lied to me.
About what? She went away, on her own path.
Withheld some crucial information.
What information? About you.
And the others.
And, uh about her methods.
Information that I'm prepared to share with you.
I want you to work with me so we can understand how and why she brought you back.
How can I help you when I don't know anything? You think you can't help me, but your body can.
It tells me a clear story.
The blood and the cells that formed this scab, they are not the cells of someone who is dead.
They are not even the cells of someone who's 200 years old.
They are the cells of a healthy, living man in his forties.
So these cells, and the entire body you're in, comes from just one cell.
And that created a whole new you.
(SIGHS) Elishia knew how to do this.
But she kept it secret from us.
Then talk to Elishia.
She's not interested in helping us.
She is interested in you.
And so are we.
This is just some of the information that Elishia McKellar collected about you.
Did she ever share any of it with you? Yes.
So, she told you your real name? Your real name is William Blackburn.
You were arrested and charged for highway robbery and murder and desecration of a corpse.
MAN: William Blackburn? Fuckin' pig! (GROANS) (GRUNTS) (GRUNTS, GASPS FOR BREATH) (GRUNTS) Get on with it.
(GRUNTS) (GRUNTS) (GRUNTS) (GRUNTS) (GASPS, BREATHES UNSTEADILY) So, you will help me? KIRSTIE: So, we're all a part of Elishia's giant experiment or something? - Well, then, who brought her back? - Some other quack.
Maybe that's who she's hiding us from.
You know, if we're safe here, we should have a look around.
James told us to stay put.
We don't always have to do everything that James says.
Well, he's looked after us so far.
Right.
Well, I'm not gonna sit around and wait for permission.
Where are you going? I've no fucking idea, and that's the best part.
It's just a bloody texta, Charlie.
(INSECTS BUZZ) (LOUD SPLASH) (CLEARS THROAT, SNIFFLES) This place is usually empty.
Oh, I'm just about to go, so No.
You stay.
I'll go.
But watch out, there's this big snag up there.
Yeah, I know where it is.
- You're local? - I was.
I'm just, um, back for a bit with some friends.
Yeah, I'm up at the Nilsson place.
Oh, yeah, I know that name.
Yeah, it's my dad's.
I'm Owen, by the way.
Kate.
Don't spill it, you idiot.
I know what I'm doing.
Who the hell's that? I don't know.
Caroline.
Everything all right? It's Vic, he's missing.
What what happened? She's down there.
- Who's that? - I don't know.
James.
- Are these your friends? - Mm-hm.
Yeah, look, I'd better go.
It was nice to meet you, Kate.
Yeah, you too.
Bye! Could you guys go back to the house, please? Charlie! Who was that? Owen.
Just a local.
I've never seen him before.
So? (SCOFFS) Look, I went to Melbourne and, uh, I went through hospital records and it led me to Elishia's girlfriend.
Girlfriend? She lived with a woman called Alison for five years and it's while she was doing research into cellular regeneration.
But, Kate, it was like she was an entirely different person.
So? Well, so, you, Kirstie, Charlie, the others, you came back, and you're the same.
But but Elishia, and Vic, they came back and they're different.
So, what, you think Elishia's like Vic? Maybe.
Anyway, this is hers.
I can't understand it, but could you have a look at it for me? Yeah, I'll try.
I mean, you're better with science, I don't know.
You told that guy your name.
My first name.
What else did you tell him? Nothing, James.
We were just having a chat.
You can't just have a chat with people.
You know what? I can chat to whoever I like.
I'm trying to protect you, Kate.
You know what? You've got a family now.
You should be looking out for them.
Look, I know I'm a father now.
I know I have responsibilities No, you know what? It's actually not even about that.
I'm starting to realise that we were done when I died.
No, we weren't.
And all of this, it's just I don't know, it's just opened up this big wound.
And one of us has to close it.
(GURGLES) JAMES: Are you sure you're okay to have tea? I had a post-partum haemorrhage.
I think I can handle tea.
- You almost died, Sarah.
- No biggie.
That's because you don't remember it, but I do.
Okay.
Um, no, I I was standing in this, um, long, dark tunnel and then I saw this light at the end.
- Did you? - Yeah.
And then, um, I turned around and I came back.
- Did you? - Mm.
Oh, that's good.
Followed your instincts.
Yeah.
Happy now? Very.
How's our girl? Yeah, she's still perfect.
What if I won't ever be able to breastfeed her? Remember what Ellen said, just be patient.
(SNORTS) I had a horrible birth, James.
I think I deserve to get this bit right.
No, I know.
- Just don't be hard on yourself.
- I'm not.
(SNIFFLES) Where's Kate? Why do you ask? Well, don't you think she'd want to meet our daughter? Don't think so.
I mean, I don't think she'd really want to see us right now.
Maybe.
(OMINOUS MUSIC) (GASPS) - Fuck, that's hot! - It's okay.
You okay? - I'll get you another one.
- No, don't bother.
(BIRDS CALL) - PADDY: Good morning.
- Oh! - Charlie, isn't it? - Yeah.
Patrick Michael Fitzgerald is chiselled on my stone but Paddy will suffice.
Where'd your eyes start bleeding? Ah, yeah.
I was crossing the road out of town there and I was suddenly struck down by a terrible affliction.
You know, there's an invisible boundary.
It'll kill you if you cross it.
What? You're not serious.
God Almighty.
I was lucky to make it through to here in one piece.
Listen, I find myself in need of some some assistance.
- What happened to your other lackey? - Oh, Beau? Ah, I'm afraid Beau has been withdrawn from service.
So I need help to to secure the family manor.
From who? Ah, from my own fuckin' family, would you believe that? Which way did you come? Straight through there, along the river.
I have to tell Kirstie and Kate.
What? Begging permission from women? What are you, some kind of a nancy boy? No.
I'll leave a note.
Yeah.
Now, put your shirt on, will you? Show a bit of respect in front of your mayor.
(KNOCK AT DOOR) - Hey.
- Hey.
I'm just about to go back to the hospital.
Oh, okay.
I just wanted to ask you, when's the last time you saw Vic? - Why? - Well, Caroline just paid me a visit.
- Vic's missing.
- Is he? Yeah.
She's really worried.
Echuca haven't heard from him.
The police car that he borrowed turned up in Melbourne.
- So I triangulated his phone.
- Anything? Yeah.
His phone's still in Yoorana.
Some property off the old highway, registered to the Wrights.
- Mm.
- So I think I'll go check it out.
Okay, well, just wait, and I'll come with you.
What about the hospital? Uh, yep, I'll I'll go there straight after.
Okay.
Where's Charlie? Helping Paddy.
- Paddy? - Yeah.
We're not joined at the hip, you know.
Here.
Where are you going? As far as I can go without getting sick, - so I can find out where's safe.
- (MOTORCYCLE FAILS TO START) (KNOCKS ON EMPTY FUEL TANK) Shit! Kate? I'll be back! (SKATEBOARD WHEELS RATTLE OVER PAVERS) (LAUGHS) - Whooo! - Whooo! Whooo! Whooo-hoo! (BOTH LAUGH) (LAUGHS) (FLIPS SKATEBOARD) Hey, Vicky! Didn't know this place existed.
Did you? No.
No idea.
Hello! Hello? Hello? What's with all the medical stuff? - (CLEARS THROAT) - You reckon that doctor's connected? - To what? - Vic's disappearance.
If that's the case, we should throw everything into finding McKellar.
What, start an investigation into a dead person? - No, she was dead, Chris.
- Oh, James.
- And that's why it's important - I haven't slept in three days, okay? So whatever the fuck is going on here, it's beyond normal.
I reckon it's about time we brought upstairs in.
You really think the Feds are gonna believe this? They will when they see Kate, yeah.
No.
- Where is she? - She's in hiding.
Mate, you can't hide this forever.
And neither can I.
I'm trying to do the right thing here, Chris.
So am I.
And now we've got a missing Victorian police officer.
I just hope to fuck we find him.
Well, he's not here, is he? Well, I'm gonna keep looking.
Hello! Kate.
Hi.
Sorry, I didn't mean to scare you.
No, it's cool.
What's up? My my bike's run out of juice.
I was just wondering if I could borrow some petrol? Yeah, sure.
Follow me.
I'll give you two, one for later.
Thank you.
- Are you gonna chuck all this? - Yeah.
If you like the look of anything, it's yours.
Thanks, but I'm trying not to collect anything I don't need.
It's my dad's.
And he doesn't mind you burning it? No.
He died.
About 10 weeks ago.
I'm sorry.
That's all right.
That's what I'm doing here, fixing the place up, putting it on the market.
Unless you're interested in it? You never know.
- I'll take that one.
- No, no, no, it's okay.
I've got it.
No, I'm not gonna take both.
Okay.
I'm just down here.
I never met your dad, but I think I met, um, your mum once.
- Is it Sandra? - Yeah.
She died, too, about eight years ago.
Oh.
They lived a full life.
Well, that's what counts.
- Yeah, more than how long you get.
- Yeah.
They took us round the world, twice.
Wow.
Oh, no! That's a wood swallow.
Don't often see them round here.
That explains the tatts, then.
These are peregrine falcons, from Sweden.
- Sweden? - Yeah.
We lived outside of Gothenburg when I was about 13.
There was a pair of them breeding not far from us.
So me and my brothers, we rotated watching over them and protecting them from predators.
For how long? We spent about a year looking out for them.
So, what, they're, like your totem? They'd better be, I'm stuck with them now.
JAMES: Okay, say he was in trouble, surely Vic would have called for back up? Vic thought McKellar was suss, didn't he? So? So, maybe he followed her out here, confronted her, things got ugly and And and what? I don't know, she did something to him.
Or or someone else does.
Okay, and where is there any evidence of that? Mate, we just saw a whole lot of potential evidence.
- (SCOFFS) - Plus, his phone pinged from here.
And yet he drove his car to Melbourne.
Or someone else did.
Okay, stop, stop.
Stop, stop, stop.
Look, he's probably having an affair and he's left his wife.
I don't know, mate.
My instincts are telling me it's more than that.
Oh, fuck! Your instincts? Jesus! What is wrong with you? Sarah almost died giving birth and I have left her in the hospital for this shit! - Is she okay? - Not really, no.
Mate, why didn't you tell me? Look, we've seen enough here.
You should be with her.
I'll deal with this later.
- You know that cop I saw you with? - Yeah.
He doesn't live here, does he? No.
Why? Well, I was just about to roll a joint before you turned up.
Awesome.
Yeah? Big fat joint.
PADDY: Christ Almighty.
Would you look at it? Huh?! "No entry.
" We'll soon see about that, you I'll give you a hoist.
- Lord, give me patience! - (GRUNTS) (GRUNTS) - Right.
- Eh? Right.
Ugh! - (GROANS) - Okay.
- Do you know what? - What's that? I'm starting to think that you just might have the makings of a worthy apprentice.
- Thank you, Paddy.
- Yeah.
(SIGHS) See this? This is mine, Charlie.
Yeah.
We are going to fortify my estate.
(JAZZ PLAYS ON GRAMOPHONE) (MUSIC FADES) Charlie.
No time for daydreaming, there's work to be done.
(OWEN SIGHS) - So - Ohh! (COUGHS) So, now you've got a full tank where you gonna go? I have absolutely no idea.
(SIGHS) Let's just say I I have to work within some limitations.
Yeah, don't we all.
But I can promise you this, Owen, I will carpe diem the fuck out of your petrol.
- (LAUGHS) - (CHUCKLES) I like your style.
I like yours.
JAMES: Hey.
How're you feeling? (SIGHS) Hey.
Fine.
Sorry.
Chris needed to see me, and then I had to pop into the station.
Oh.
Well, a bunch of flowers totally makes up for that.
Was it just, um, Chris you saw, or did you see Kate too? You can ask Chris if you don't believe me.
- Why? Can't I trust you? - Yes, of course you can trust me.
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.
I shouldn't have left you here for so long, and I'm sorry that I did.
Okay? I am.
How's she going? Where is she? Who? The baby.
I don't know.
What do you mean? I put her down somewhere, and then, when I came back, she was gone.
- What? - Yeah.
Or maybe I accidentally dropped her or, um, a stranger came in and stole her.
Or I left her in the bath.
(BABY GURGLES) Sarah, what's going on? You think I can't take care of my own daughter! You think I'm a shit mother.
I never said that.
The things you keep asking me, and the way you keep looking at me.
I saw it in your face when you came in.
Sarah, I think you're doing an amazing job.
No, you don't.
I can't even breastfeed her yet.
That's okay.
That's all right.
Do you want to lie down? - Do you want to get some sleep? - No! I've been sleeping all day! - I'm not tired! - Okay, are you hungry? - I can get you some food - No, I'm not hungry! - Okay, okay.
Well, what's the matter? - Everything! Fucking you, and me, and We don't even have a name for our daughter yet! - That's okay.
We'll get a name.
- What name?! Whatever name! It doesn't matter! Whatever you decide.
- I'm scared, James.
- There's nothing to be scared of.
- She's thriving.
- No, you don't understand.
- Don't I? - She's so fucking tiny and fragile.
- What if I do drop her? - You won't.
I keep checking on her to make sure that she's still breathing.
- And she's fine.
- I can't do this.
- Yes, you can.
You're doing it.
- What if I can't do this? - You are doing it.
- What's wrong with me? - Nothing's wrong with you.
- Is there something wrong with me? No, there's nothing wrong with you, okay? You're doing a great job, and all this is normal.
I don't feel normal.
I feel like I just feel like I'm unravelling.
Hey, it's all right.
It's okay.
(SNIFFLES) (SIGHS) It's all right.
Sarah I think your milk's come through.
Oh, my God.
(PHIL WHISTLES MELODY) Phil.
What are you doing here? There was an accident on the rig, a fire.
- Are you okay? - Yeah, I'm fine.
G'day, Sharon.
Phil.
Where's the lad? G'day, Beau.
Hi.
WOMAN: (OVER SPEAKER) Noregard Pharmaceuticals.
This is, uh, Professor Heysen.
- Come through.
- (GATE OPENS) Thank you.
(SIGHS) Feels good to be home.
See? Look how good you are at it.
- It's so weird.
- (CHUCKLES) You just hand over control and your body just does it for you.
She seems pretty happy.
Can't keep calling her 'she'.
- (CHUCKLES) - Got any names yet? - Mm, yeah, a few.
- Yeah? There's this one really like.
It's Indian.
Okay.
What do you think of Nia? Nia, with an N? Yeah, I like it.
- What's it mean? - It means 'purpose'.
(DOG BARKS OUTSIDE) Oh, shit, I forgot to feed Smudge.
- Smudge! - (DOOR CLOSES) (WHISTLES) Come here! Smudge? (LEAVES RUSTLE) Who's there? Jesus, have you got some fuckin' explaining to do.
I know.
I'm sorry.
- Are you? - Yes.
I need your help, James.
- Really? - They've taken John.
- Who's taken John? - Noregard.
They've taken him, they're gonna hurt him and they're gonna kill him.
Okay, okay, okay.
Sorry, did I get you at a a bad time? Yeah, it's not great actually.
- You don't even fuckin' know this guy.
- You know what? That was actually the attraction.
At least I know that I can trust Sarah.
Where did you go today? I took Elishia to see Kate and the others, to find out what was going on.
Where are they? ELISHIA: Heysen is Noregard, and she's got John! They are going to kill him.
Where are we going? To Doctor McKellar's lab.
Doctor McKellar spent four years building this laboratory up from scratch.
PHIL: So, your mate Paddy ended up on this farm with the others? You reckon you could find this place again? How long you planning on sticking around for this time? Don't know yet.
There's something I've gotta do.