Good Trouble (2019) s03e18 Episode Script


1 CLAIRE: How do you know Zelda Grant? One of her clients is this skin-care line, Contend.
This is Rowena, brand manager for Contend Beauty Products.
- Mariana, aren't you joining us? - I'm not a partner.
ZELDA: Life's too short to sit around while your talents are being wasted.
I heard about another female-led startup doing something really similar to BB.
If you're interested, I could put in a word.
Curious about you.
- MALIKA: And why is that? - ANGELICA: I guess I find you intriguing.
- What's going on? - Malika! KIARA: The police came and arrested my mom.
- I didn't know where to go.
- Can I hear it for Margaret Cho? - MAN: Oh, my God! - (AUDIENCE APPLAUDING) Do you know what, if you want the lunatics to run the asylum, then go ahead, I'm out.
Your fearless leader, Alice, is only in this program because she was banging the casting director.
- And still is.
- Did you tell Scott about me and Ruby? Well, our talk with Scott derailed the program.
And I'm pretty sure whatever is going on between you and Sumi, just derailed our relationship too.
What does hashtag 2LDRZAS even mean? I have no idea.
KATHLEEN: If the jury gets to see this video, we're totally screwed.
We agree to withdraw the video and just get on with the trial.
I'm gonna be a father.
We didn't even know you had a girlfriend! GAEL: She's not my girlfriend.
I didn't tell them about Callie.
Her parents cut her off and I can see that she needs some parental support.
JAZMIN: Be careful.
You know our parents.
You give them an inch and they'll take a mile.
- ADRIANA: Gael? - Mom.
(UP-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYING) Hey, how about PB&J for lunch? We can't bring anything that has nuts to school.
You wanna kill someone? Uh, a lot of kids are allergic to nuts.
Okay, great.
How about jelly sandwiches? Who wants whipped cream? - NISA: I do! - SHINE: I do! So multiple choice, what is another word for fearless? - C: Intrepid.
- All right, all done.
Turn around.
(GASPS) Adorable! KELLY: I guess it really does take a village.
Though this one's way over its idiot quota.
Hey, so, um, I'm going to the DA's office later to try and get Yvonne's community service hours straightened out.
Thank you.
I can't believe they arrested her off of some bullshit clerical error.
What's bullshit is I can't get them to let her out.
ISABELLA: Okay, first we do the bunny ears.
Then tie it around.
- SHINE: Hop! Hop! - Not so fast, little rabbit! I am Mr.
Foot! I need my shoes tied.
Uh, Mom, this is Callie, my girlfriend.
It's nice to meet you, Mrs.
Isabella! - Mrs.
Martinez! - Oh, please, call me Adriana.
- I can come back.
- No, no.
I came to see you.
I have a gift for the baby.
- (SHINE LAUGHING) - GAEL: What have you got there? - You okay? - Yeah, fine.
Um, I should get to work.
By the way, who's cleaning up after this? (INDISTINCT CHATTER) GAEL: Isabella, we have the doctor's appointment.
- We gotta go.
- ISABELLA: Oh, yeah.
Um, we're gonna help you later, okay? - Bye! - Hold the door! I'm not helping, and I have no excuse.
But isn't my honesty refreshing? Pa-pa-pa Pa-pa-pa pa-pa Pa-pa-pa Pa-pa-pa-pa-pa Then we'll find our peace of mind You and me, Bel Ami Pa-pa-pa, pa-paaa What happened in here? Big breakfast.
- And you're the maid? - Well, everyone had to go rush off to something, so it is what it is.
So, um, what's happening with the showcase? I don't know.
They asked us to come in tomorrow, but Ruby is pretty sure they're going to cancel the entire thing.
Oh, how's, um, Ruby? Oh! Good morning.
Good morning.
- Well, have a nice day.
- You too.
Uh, fine.
But she had to resign, so that's a bummer.
That is.
- So I guess we should talk about the kiss.
- Oh, no need to.
It was just one of those things.
We got caught up in the baijiu of the moment.
Oh! Yeah.
The baijiu of the moment.
That's That's cute.
It's clever.
SUMI: Thank you.
So there must be something you can do to save the showcase.
We don't have a director.
What if you asked Margaret Cho? - I can't just ask Margaret Cho.
- Why not? Well, for one, she's a big star.
Why would you want to direct a showcase? And, second, I'm pretty sure she didn't appreciate me calling her out about not speaking up about these diversity programs sooner, so How do you know that? I DM'd her to apologize, and she blocked me.
- Oh! - Yeah.
Well, that's not good.
But I'm sure if you just had the opportunity to explain I won't and I don't and I'm not.
Well, okay, if you want to just give up on yourself - and everyone else.
- I'm not giving up! I just don't see any way.
Where there's a will, there's always a way.
I don't like you when you look like that.
I can see the wheels spinning in your diabolical brain.
You're like a minion.
- Hey.
Mind if I grab a few things? - Hi.
Not at all.
Whatcha doing? Uh, I'm just pasting the first ultrasound photo in this pregnancy journal your mom gave me.
I know it's cheesy, okay? - But maybe the baby will want it one day.
- It's not cheesy.
Hey, I'm I'm really sorry she just showed up, but I asked her to call next time.
And it's not your fault.
Hey, so, listen, um, I have this friend in Santa Barbara.
I used to work for him at his restaurant.
And he said that I can come back and wait tables, and live in his guesthouse until I save a little bit of money.
And that way, I can be out of your loft and I wouldn't be so in the way.
Isabella, you're not in the way.
I mean, I know I am, at least a little bit.
But I would move back to LA when my due date gets closer and there's no reason we have to live in the same city while I'm pregnant.
Right? You know it's been such a long, long time Without you I can't believe we landed another brand partnership with Like Nature.
Thanks to Mariana.
Look, your presentation is solid, but I'm not sure why we should sell our products through your app.
We have our own online store and our own distribution.
Well, yes, but we are here to augment your sales, and to help you diversify your revenue streams.
And our algorithm reminds your customer when they need refills.
And And we're not just here to sell your amazing products.
We're personally promoting them because we actually use them.
Your face wash, it's like a cool mountain breeze flowing through my pores.
Your peppermint protein serum is exhilarating.
The reason you want to sell your products on our app isn't just about algorithms or promotion.
It's because of our passion.
And you can't put a price on that.
I was just icing on the cake.
And our pitch deck is the actual cake.
Without it, it's just frosting.
No substance.
And the algorithm is important.
And we need the variables by the end of the day.
Of course.
And you'll get them.
(KATHLEEN SIGHS) Well, I just got word that Rothman's going to call Katie to the stand tomorrow.
Why would the prosecution call Tommy's girlfriend? She's been the definition of "stand by your man.
" Except when she flirted with Zack at the party.
Look, even though we kept the jurors from seeing the video, they still heard about it, so they know that it's bad.
And maybe Rothman found out that's why Tommy and Zack really fought.
So they can add jealous boyfriend to the motive.
- And we're screwed.
- If that's why they're calling Katie.
But the question is, who talked? Not Tommy.
- Or Katie.
- Izzie? Let's see if we can bring her in, okay? We are about to lose this case.
We cannot be blindsided again.
We need to know everything the prosecution knows.
- Hey.
- Hey! I didn't know you were on today.
Yeah, I still have the kids, so I can't do tonight.
How's it going? (SIGHS) (WHISPERS) Good night.
Why do I like them so much better when they're asleep? Well, because they're just so much work when they're awake.
I'm so tired I could just pass out right here.
Good thing they usually come one at a time.
- That's That's good.
- (BOTH CHUCKLE) Hey, so do you want kids someday? - I do.
- Hmm.
What about you? - I think so.
- Yeah? Well, how do people do poly and kids? Just like anybody else does.
I think in a stable polyamorous home, more loving adults to care for the kids is a positive thing.
So do you and Tanya talk about having kids? And, like, does everyone involved have a say? We have, and when we're ready to cross that bridge, I think it's something we have to talk about with all our partners.
- Speaking of other partners - Oh.
what are the rules when it comes to seeing other people? Like, if I met someone I'm interested in, is that something I should tell you, even if nothing's happened yet? I think it's up to you when you think I should know.
Why? You met someone? - I don't know.
- You don't know? Maybe.
(GIGGLES) We're managing.
Dyonte and everyone at the Coterie is helping.
It's just a lot of red tape.
Like, no one cares that each day she's being held, she's missing a day of work, she risks losing her job, she can't pay her bills, and her kids are without their mother.
Listen, that, um, friend I told you about, - in the city council - MALIKA: Mm-hmm.
I can ask her if she can help.
Yeah, I mean, I'll take all the help I can get.
Well, in that case, why don't I help you set up the bar too? Thank you.
(INDISTINCT CHATTER) Dance team tryouts are tomorrow.
You have to help me pick an outfit.
I see you killing it in your tie-dyed sweat suit.
You're so brave to try out.
What does that mean? Like, you're totally gonna disrupt the norm.
No one on that team looks like you.
I wasn't sure which was your favorite, so I brought a variety.
You stole coffee creamers for me? Thank you.
ANDRE: Hey, everyone.
Welcome to our first Students Deserve meeting.
Uh, our main priority is getting cops off of campuses all over LA.
In the meantime, we need to protect the students in our school.
First off, do not sign anything that would put you into the diversion program.
And for the kids like me, who are already in, I want to start an early warning system for when probation officers are on campus.
And I want to start a petition for an opt-out.
The administration must remember that we are students.
Thank you so much for doing this interview on such short notice.
Tight deadlines, you know? Of course! Ruby reached out and I was happy to.
Love that Ruby.
So what outlet is this for? Heysian Gaysian.
We're an online quarterly that talks about queer Asian representation in Hollywood.
- Subscribe! - (BOTH LAUGH) So I thought we could start with something a tad controversial, just jump right in, if that's okay? In your interview with the Hollywood Reporter about the CBTV program, you were pretty blunt.
Uh Not blunt.
Uh, honest.
Um, honest.
I mean - ALICE: Truthful.
- I mean truthful.
SUMI: As in, you spoke with honesty and truth.
- I need to slow down.
- It's okay, take your time.
Take my time with what? I haven't said anything yet.
Oh, with answering the question.
Uh What's the question? Oh! Right.
Um, what is the question? Okay, do you have any regrets regrets about your Hollywood Reporter interview? Seeing as how this year's showcase is in danger of being canceled? Oh! I actually didn't know that.
The last thing I heard was that Scott was returning as director.
He did, but then he quit.
And with no director, no showcase.
Oh, that's a bummer.
There were some really talented comedians this year.
But sometimes you have to burn the whole thing down to rebuild the right way.
- ALICE: But don't you think that - But don't you think that lighting the match and burning down something that helps so many young comedians - Uh, burning down comics - yourself included And burning yourself too.
get their first break that keeping them from, uh, first break is a shame.
Slow down! I didn't realize I was talking fast.
Actually, I didn't realize I was talking at all.
Oh! (LAUGHS) Sorry.
I just write slowly.
Sorry, go on.
I mean, the question is, why burn something down if you can repair it? Well, there is merit to repairing something from the inside.
You're not wrong.
Okay, we need to steer her back into wanting to keep the program alive.
- ALICE: Next ask her - Sumi (SOFTLY): I can't hear.
(LOUDLY) If the foundation isn't solid Sorry.
It's so noisy in here.
(SILENCE) All right, who're you talking to? ALICE: Hummingbird? Starfish to Hummingbird.
Where'd you go? ALICE: Hummingbird? Starfish to Hummingbird, do you read me? What's going on? Starfish, this is Margaret Cho.
Why don't you tell me what's going on? Oh.
There you are.
Here I am.
Coffee, coding, repeat.
I wanted to apologize for the way Claire's been acting.
Look, I don't expect to be forgiven overnight, or be made partner again, although that would be great.
What I really want is to make amends.
I miss you guys.
You're my friends.
I think it's harder for Claire because of the whole Raj thing.
But Raj set this whole thing up.
- I mean, he he wanted me to work here.
- I know.
But I'm pretty sure Claire thinks you cheated on Raj with Evan, and that forgiving you might maybe somehow be like betraying Raj.
I'll see you in there.
I just thought if you agreed to direct the showcase, then, you know, there's no way they'll cancel it.
You know, you could've just called me.
You didn't have to go to all this trouble.
I mean, I tried to DM you.
Ah, my assistant probably thought you were a stalker.
Anyway, I am just so busy right now, and I have a one-woman show.
And the showcase is, like, in a week.
I don't think I can swing it.
It's okay.
I understand.
It's a big ask.
Maybe it's better if we just blow the whole thing up and our dreams along with it.
Nice try.
Asian guilt doesn't work in this country.
But I just have too much on my plate right now.
I'm sorry.
What're you doing here? - Come begging for a plea deal? - Funny.
I have other clients.
I did hear that you're calling - Tommy's girlfriend to the stand tomorrow.
- Yep.
Wanna give me a preview of what to expect? Well, I wouldn't want to give away any spoilers.
I hope you're not pulling any more dirty tricks.
Tommy deserves a fair trial.
I agree.
Not sure your boss does.
I agree with that as well.
Honestly I haven't loved everything that's gone down in this trial.
Not sure if criminal law is the best fit for me.
Missing the corporate crusades? - No.
- (CALLIE GIGGLES) Truthfully, I I'm not sure where I fit in.
I know the feeling.
I don't even remember why I wanted to do this.
I do.
You wanted to challenge the systems that oppress people.
Change the laws and fight for justice reform.
You wanted to work for the ACLU.
Yup, there was that.
I guess I've lost sight of some of those dreams.
Yeah, I guess maybe we both have.
I should get back to the office.
I need to prepare for whatever else your team has up its sleeve.
So, um, how's your new job going? Good.
I mean, boring.
Boring as hell.
It's just me working by myself all day doing gaming IT, but at least I don't have to work with the broholes anymore.
Cheers to that.
Hey, so I wanted to apologize for how everything went down between us.
Well, we were both confused.
Yeah, but you didn't cheat on me.
But you did cheat.
With Evan? When I thought that you slept with Isabella, I went back to the office and Yes.
Why didn't you just ask me if I slept with Isabella? Why did you go straight to him? Because I I wanted the excuse to justify what I already wanted to do.
And I'm really ashamed of how selfish I was in that moment.
Why're you telling me all this now? Because Claire is pretty sure that she knows.
I think it would be better for the both of you if she didn't have to keep that secret.
And honestly, I'm hoping that by coming clean, she might be able to start forgiving me.
Hopefully, you can too.
So I know the news about me and Ruby was messed up, but she's not the reason I got into the program.
She was the reason you got your unicorn skit in.
Yes but, you know, it's not all because of her No, you don't have to explain yourself.
Look, we all know you're talented and deserve to be here.
STACEY: Plus, you're the only one that stood up for us all when Scott was being Mr.
White Fragility.
Yeah, and look where that got us.
We have no director and no idea what's happening next.
Oh, come on.
You really wanted your career to start with "The Great Al-Qaeda Bake-Off"? DEREK: I wanted my career to start, period.
I'm not sure Alice is the hero you all think she is.
Did you tell Scott about me and Ruby? No.
Oh, my God, you totally did.
- All right, fine.
- SHAUN: Wow.
- I overheard it at the party.
So what? - MAGDA: Wow! It's the last time I'll invite you anywhere.
So you're the one we should be blaming for all this.
You blew this whole thing up.
This whole program blew up way before all this.
- With good reason.
- Way to have our backs, Derek.
So that's why your sketch got back in? - Unbelievable.
- My sketch got in because it's a good sketch.
- MAGDA: Was it really? - DEREK: Yes, it was.
Excuse me.
So as you all know, without a director this late in the game, there's no way to have a showcase.
(DOOR OPENS) Sorry I'm late.
ELISE: However, Margaret Cho has agreed to step in and save the day.
Don't get too excited.
We have a ton of work to do if we're gonna pull this off in a week.
So, everybody, let's get ready to rehearse in five.
I I can't believe this.
What changed your mind? Oh! I left my phone on the table.
I'll be right back.
Look, I know you're busy, but let's face it, one article in the Hollywood Reporter blowing the whistle on a program you participated in and profited from doesn't make you a hero.
And I know you're a hero because you showed me and Alice and every other Asian girl that we can be strong and funny and in charge.
You inspired us, and now is not the time to let us down.
Well, a stunt like you and your friend pulled, no matter how poorly executed, deserves to be rewarded.
Oh, and that Sumi, she's a keeper.
Yeah, I know.
(CHUCKLES) Miss Parker, were you at the party in Griffith Park on the night Zack Smith was murdered? - Objection.
Assuming facts not in evidence.
- Sustained.
On the night Zack was found dead at the bottom of the drop-off.
And you're aware that earlier that night there was a fight between Tommy and Zack? They weren't fighting.
They were just horsing around.
Let me cut to the chase.
Did you flirt with Zack at the party that night? Let me remind you you're under oath, and if you lie, you will be charged with perjury, which is a crime.
- NICOLETTE: And you flirted with Zack to make Tommy jealous.
Isn't that correct? - We were in a fight.
- Yes or no? Yes.
And you succeeded, didn't you? In fact, Tommy was so angry, he flew into a rage and attacked Zack.
And that was what the fight was about.
Was the fight over the fact that you were flirting with Zack? Yes.
No further questions, Your Honor.
(MOUTHS) I'm sorry.
So Raj told me about your talk yesterday.
But this isn't about Raj or about me not giving you a second chance, like I did many, many chances ago when you chose Raj over me as team leader.
Then you used Raj as a mole to undercut me when I was team leader.
Or when you lied about your relationship with Evan and how we got our VC meeting at the Hallis Group.
Or when you lied about your birthday 'cause you're so not a Pisces, Mariana.
The list goes on.
This is about trust.
And I don't trust you, and I'm not sure I ever will again.
Hey! Good luck with the dance team tryouts today.
I'm not going.
- Wait.
Why not? - I just want to dance.
I don't want it to be some huge statement or some brave thing.
I hate that people judge my body and what I can do.
I just want to be normal.
Wa Wa Wait.
Hold Hold on.
Who wants to be normal? You are exceptional, and no one gets to judge what your body can do.
Look, I want to show you someone.
Oh, I've seen your Instagram before.
It's kind of boring.
This is my body positivity Instagram.
hot Hot like ten fireside Hot, gal a you mi want by my side Hot Hot like Las Vegas What do you see when you watch her dance? Her size? Or her skill and strength and beauty? She's lit.
I know.
So don't let your friends or anyone else define who you are.
If you want to dance, it doesn't have to be a statement of anything but wanting to have fun.
- Okay.
Can I have a word with you, please? Have fun.
Look, I need you to stop Students Deserve from targeting the diversion program.
Well, I think the diversion program needs to stop targeting students.
Something tells me that you're the one that encouraged Andre to bring this organization here.
And there's a lot of teachers and parents that are not happy about it.
The only thing I encouraged Andre to do is advocate for himself and be the natural leader that he is.
Isn't that what teachers are supposed to do? Had I known the trouble you were gonna cause, I wouldn't have recommended you for a third year at Teach for America.
So let's focus on the night of the party, shall we? Thanks for coming in.
We just have a few more questions.
KATHLEEN: We need to know everything you know about how Katie felt about Zack.
And now is not the time to protect your bestie because an innocent young man is going to go to prison for life if you don't come clean.
And I don't think you want that on your conscience, do you? Even though you said you flirted with Zack, you actually hated him, didn't you? I didn't hate Zack.
Oh, really? Is this a post from your Instagram account? Yes.
Can you tell me what the hashtag BOTH: 2LDRZAS stands for? Too long, didn't read.
- Zack - Zack actually sucks.
Is that true? - Yes, but it was a joke.
- Oh! Was this a joke too? (CROWD MURMURING) (GASPS) Didn't you send that to your friend Izzie from the party shortly after you sent Tommy on a beer run - and Zack wandered over to the drop-off? - Objection.
We need to authenticate this.
The witness just identified that this is her Insta account.
I'll allow it.
Did you send this to your friend Izzie the night Zack died? - Yes, but I was kidding.
- Oh, really? - "I wish Zack was dead" is a joke? - I was upset.
Because you resented the time that Tommy spent with his best friend, Zack.
- Isn't that true? - MARC: Objection.
And if there was anyone who had opportunity and motive to murder Zack, that would be you.
Isn't that right? - MARC: Your Honor? - Sustained.
Zack and Tommy weren't just friends.
They were hooking up.
And Zack broke up with him at the party.
And that's what the fight was really about.
That's a lie! - Tommy Sung killed my son - Order, please! Order in the court.
because he replaced him on the football team.
My son was not gay! JUDGE: Order, please.
Order! Order in the court room.
Order, please.
Order! DAVIA: Solomon is gunning for me, which is fine.
You know, it's worth it, and, you know, better I take the heat than the kids.
Have you talked to Matt about this? I can't go running to Matt with every little problem that I have.
Why not? Because I feel like the closer that I get to Matt, the further away I get from Dennis.
Would it make things clear for you if you knew for sure Dennis was ready to be with you? Maybe.
Maybe not.
I don't I don't know.
I just want to suddenly know.
Sometimes clarity comes when you make a choice.
And if you wait too long, you might not have any choices left.
I know.
Where you going, by the way? You look nice.
Callie and I are finally having a date.
- Ooh.
- Mm-hmm.
(PHONE CHIMES) Oh, shit.
What? I just got a bunch of likes on my Fat Bitch video.
Why is that "Oh, shit" worthy? Because they're from my students.
How did your students get your private Insta handle? I think I may have shown it to one of them.
So is this bad? It could be.
Okay, so, "I got a cookie " Now which word completes the sentence? - "From.
" - TANYA: Mm-hmm.
"The store.
" This is too easy.
Okay, we got pasta with cheese, pasta without cheese, and pasta with saltine crackers on top.
- Don't knock it 'til you've tried it.
- Fair enough.
This is delicious.
Are these the manners you're gonna teach to your kids? MALIKA: Yeah, right? - Eat your apples.
- And your broccoli.
- Mommy! - Hey.
(CHUCKLES) What happened? They just let me out.
I would have called, but my phone wasn't charged when they gave it back to me.
I guess my friend's contact at the city council came through.
You should, uh, thank that friend.
I will.
Do you want to eat? - Yes? - Yes.
MALIKA: We have plenty of pasta and saltine crackers.
(INDISTINCT CHATTER) (MELLOW MUSIC PLAYING) (PHONE CLICKING) - I hear what isn't said - Between the vines To you.
SUMI: And our accomplice, Ruby.
She got Margaret to sit for the interview.
Oh, also, Margaret convinced Elise to let Ruby come back.
Yeah, to assist with directing.
Oh, that's really nice of her.
So it's not an issue anymore? That you and Ruby are seeing each other? There are wounds too deep for mending Wow.
I can't believe you haven't tried to convince me to stay for breakfast yet.
Not that you need to this time.
I'm in.
Everything okay? I messed up.
I felt awful that you lost your job and I didn't want to reject you, but in the light of day, I don't think my heart is in this anymore.
I'm sorry.
It's okay.
I'm just kicking myself for being too afraid when your heart was in it.
I hope we can still be friends.
Of course.
I mean, what kind of lesbians would we be if we didn't stay friends after breaking up? Good point.
Well, Ruby doesn't work directly at the network anymore, so she can date whoever she wants.
Well I'm just glad it's all worked out.
Thanks to you and your diabolical plan.
(BOTH LAUGH) Oh, I wish you could have seen Yvonne's kids when their mom came home.
They lit up like Christmas morning, all because of you.
- Bye.
- Bye, guys.
I just made a phone call.
Who is this person you know in city council anyway? Lucia Morales.
Wait, Councilwoman Morales? Yep.
Wow! You know people in high places.
She's my ex, actually.
So - ANGELICA: What? - (MALIKA CHUCKLES) MALIKA: That hike we took, was that a date? ANGELICA: Did you want it to be a date? MALIKA: Uh-uh.
I asked you first.
I might have wanted it to turn into a date, but I didn't want to make any assumptions.
Your turn.
I Well, I wasn't sure if I wanted it to be a date.
At first.
I've never dated a woman before.
But that's not to say I wouldn't be open to it.
ANGELICA: So, uh back to, "At first.
" I would like to go on a date with you.
But I want to ask you properly, you know? Just so there's no question in either of our minds what we're doing.
Hungry for your loving Lips from heaven I could sing I've never been touched ANGELICA: That sounds good.
Just so there is no confusion.
We could hide up in here from the world They won't suspect You don't know your power, girl I'm in your web Hide up in here from the world Oh, you don't know your power, girl I'm in your web We could hide up in here from the world They won't suspect You don't know your power, girl I'm in your web Hide up in here from the world Oh, the blue eyes Blue eyes, blue eyes - Hey.
- Hey.
I'm so sorry.
Oh, all hell broke loose today at the trial.
- What happened? - Oh, no, I can't go into it or my head is going to explode.
- Hey, we could do this another night.
- No.
We tried so hard to make this happen.
Let's just focus on us.
- Okay.
- Okay.
How was your day? Uh, well, Isabella told me that a friend of hers in Santa Barbara offered her a job and a place to live.
And then she pointed out that she doesn't need to stay here while she's pregnant.
How do you feel about that? I don't know.
I mean, I guess it's true, but then I'm not sure how I feel about not being a part of the pregnancy.
I mean, it's not like you're together.
You know, I get wanting to co-parent the baby, but is this really a co-pregnancy? Well, I mean, she still needs support and there's doctors' appointments and parenting classes.
What, you're gonna do six months of parenting classes? It sounds like she has a friend who wants to offer her support.
It doesn't have to all be on you.
Unless that's the way you want it.
It doesn't sound like that's the way you want it.
I don't have a say over how I want it.
It's nothing to do with me.
But clearly it affects you.
I mean, I sort of wondered when your real feelings were going to come out.
Oh, my real feelings are that this is none of my business.
And I've had a really stressful day.
And I would just really love for us to have five minutes together where we're not talking about Isabella or the baby or your mother.
Yeah, okay.
What looks good? (CRYING) Hey.
- What's going on? - Um I'm cramping and I I'm bleeding.
- And I'm sorry.
- Slow down.
It's okay.
I'm not sure what's wrong.
So I'm gonna go to the ER.
- Where Where's Gael? Where's Gael? - Um (GROANS) He's, um He's with Callie.
- But I I didn't want to interrupt.
- He wouldn't mind, but you know what? - I can go by myself.
- I'm taking you.
I'm taking you.
I'm coming with you.
It's okay.
It's okay.
Come on.
It's okay.
- Are you sure? - Yes.
Come on.

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