Good Trouble (2019) s05e14 Episode Script

Party of One

Are you planning to ask Riley out again?
I'd definitely like to.
RILEY: This date was so perfect.
Do you have any other ideas
for where I should take her next?
If you really like her,
why don't you put in a
little effort on your own?
A patient of mine once told me a story.
There's a man who's
being chased by a tiger,
and he climbs down a vine to escape
but there is another tiger
waiting below to eat him.
But then, he sees a beautiful
bunch of strawberries.
And he just forgets the
dangers above and below,
savoring the moment when all is well.
RYAN: I'm here to meet with
Dennis about a review I wrote.
I'm Ryan Jones.
You're a wonderful man.
You're just not my man.
Adam's my brother.
If your sister's with
him, she's in danger.
Silas connected us to God,
and it was through
him that God healed us.
Why is your bag packed?
My therapist recommended this
counseling center in Palo Alto.
EMILY: Madison says
she's safe and happy,
but she's asking us
to please stop looking for her.
JOAQUIN: I have the envelope.
Can you run it for prints and DNA?
- Yep.
- Thanks.
SILAS: Hello, Mariana.
I'm sorry to show up unannounced.
My restaurant review is in the LA Post.
- Oh, my God! What does it say?
- What?
I haven't read it yet.
I mean, this critic
is notoriously brutal.
- No, I bet it's great. Just read it to us.
- DENNIS: Okay.
"The vibe at Haven,
"a new urban supper club in downtown LA
is warm and chic."
"Chef Dennis Cooper, however,
is clearly in over his head
"with his cokehead partner
"who gambled away the
money his dad gave him.
Talk about a sucker."
"Girlfriend Davia is consumed with
insecurity toward her new understudy
"while also keeping a secret from Dennis
"that her co-star tried to kiss her.
Talk about a drama queen." (GASPS)
"Dishwasher Luca is
oblivious to the fact
"that prep chef Ladle
is in love with him
"while he pursues rich girl Riley.
Hello? How blind can you be?"
"After several failed relationships,
friend and new father Gael
is trying to figure out
"if his handsome new
studio tenant is queer
"despite not having any business
"jumping into another tryst right now,
but that's gullible Gael."
"And former lovers Mariana and Joaquin
"are suppressing their PTSD,
by playing amateur detectives "
" all while denying their
obvious sexual chemistry.
Just bump uglies already
and get on with it."
"Though it's all a recipe for disaster,
when it comes to soapy drama,
I give it five stars. Bravo!"
- Well, did he say anything about the food?
Pa-pa-paa, pa-pa-pa-pa-pa ♪
Pa-pa-paa, pa-pa-pa-pa ♪
Then we'll find our peace of mind ♪
You and me, Bel Ami ♪
Pa-pa-pa, pa-paaa ♪
GAEL: Good morning!
DAVIA: Ooh. You're in a good mood.
Did you evict your
tenant from Yuri's studio?
- No. Turns out he's a nice guy.
- DAVIA: Hm.
GAEL: Hey, hypothetical question:
If someone has a
rainbow pin on their bag,
does that mean they're queer?
Not necessarily.
Yeah. I always had a rainbow
pin on my backpack growing up.
Yeah, that makes sense.
DAVIA: Hypothetical question:
Do you suspect that your
suddenly nice tenant is queer?
And are you now very
clearly crushing on him?
No, just just crush curious.
And I'm too busy to have
time for a relationship.
DAVIA: Mm-hmm.
GAEL: All right,
everybody have a great day.
- DAVIA: Mm-hmm.
- He's got a crush.
- WOMAN: Delivery.
- GAEL: Oh, thank you.
- WOMAN: Mm-hmm.
So have we heard back from Adam's mom?
Did she go back to see him yet?
Andrea died.
What? W When?
Yeah. A few hours after we
talked to her at the coffee shop.
- Oh, my God.
- It looks like a heart attack,
but the coroner's gonna
do an autopsy, so
Wait How long have you known?
(SIGHS) Since Dennis's party.
Adam called me from jail,
screaming about it being our fault.
You know, I was
I I came to tell you,
but, you know, you had the bad dream,
so I didn't wanna, like,
overwhelm you with it.
SILAS: Hello, Mariana.
Well, why did Adam say
that it's our fault?
I don't know.
Maybe like 'Cause he
thinks we stressed her out.
I mean, the real question is,
is how does he know we
talked to his mother earlier?
Well, maybe they spoke after?
I just I don't know.
I wish I could get Andrea's phone
to actually confirm that.
I mean, who else would've told him?
Silas, maybe?
How would Silas have known?
Well, I mean, if he followed us.
SILAS: I see you.
You think that Silas followed us?
(SIGHS) I I think
it's possible. Yeah.
Okay, well,
if we wanna find out
who Andrea did or didn't
talk to after we met with her,
maybe Adam's brother knows something.
- Hey. Hey. Hey.
¿Qué pasa, mi amor? ¿Qué pasa, mi amor?
GAEL (SOFTLY): Hey, it's okay.
Wow, I didn't know you had a baby.
Or are you babysitting?
This is my daughter, Lyric.
I'm co-parenting with my
sister and her husband.
Today was their day, but
something came up, so
I'm watching her for a bit.
Isn't that right? Hmm?
I am so sorry.
I know this is gonna ruin your Zen.
She just won't stop crying today.
I I can't figure out what's wrong.
I could take a look at her if you want.
Oh! Yeah, sure. Here.
- Hey. Hey, oooh.
Hey, Lyric, what's going on, huh?
What's going on?
All right, you don't seem
to be running a fever.
And your eyes are clear.
Your breathing's good.
Oh. Okay, I think I might
know what's going on.
(CLEARS THROAT) All right, all right.
Okay, so this is called bicycle legs.
It can help your baby pass gas,
which can make her very uncomfortable.
Oh, they did not teach
us that in baby class.
Oh, yeah. I wish they would. I, uh
You wouldn't believe how many
frantic parents come to the ER
with gassy babies.
No, I really appreciate the help,
and I can see that she does too.
- Hi.
- WOMAN: Hi.
Um, can you guys get me a Moscow mule?
I'm just gonna go have a
quick word with the chef.
- TYLER: All right, sure.
- Oh, Moscow mule sounds good.
Hey, what are you doing here?
Bringing in business.
What's Ryan doing here?
Oh, she came to try the food.
Hmm. Did you know she was coming?
Is she writing a review?
Um, yeah, I asked her to come first
and give me a private review.
Private review?
Yeah, I wanted to get her
opinion on the food and service.
That is so nice of her.
Did you tell her about us?
I didn't I didn't mention it.
Why not?
Well, I didn't think it was appropriate
to text her with the news, you know?
Now go have some fun with your friends.
I'm working here!
- Okay.
- DENNIS: Okay.
But I expect this private review
- to take place in public.
So did you figure out where
to take Riley out again?
LUCA: Uh, it's been hard to find time
to see each other outside of class.
I've been working here every night.
Yeah, that's
That's a bummer.
DAVIA: Hey, Ryan.
Hey, Davia.
It's so nice of you
to come and give
Dennis a pre-review.
Of course.
From Toast Truck to a restaurant.
I'm surprised he
pulled this off so fast.
Oh, I'm not.
I mean, when Dennis sets
his mind to something,
he really knows how to
take care of business.
I know.
(CLEARS THROAT) Anyway, um,
we are so happy you could come.
And try the sweet potato fries.
They're our favorite.
Thanks, Davia.
Enjoy, Ryan.
- Hey.
- Hi. (LAUGHS)
- Uh, this is my friend, Trista.
- Hi.
Hi. I am Luca.
We had plans to grab drinks tonight,
so I figured why not here?
As long as we're not in the way.
I know that you're working.
Oh. No. No, no.
I am, uh, really glad you're here.
It's nice to see you.
So what do you think?
I welcome any and all feedback.
- Well
- DENNIS: Mm-hmm.
- to be honest
- Yeah.
it's all
I'm so glad that you're enjoying it.
And I take it that you and
Davia are finally together.
Yeah, how'd you know?
Something about the way
she said sweet potato fries.
I'm happy for you.
- Both of you.
- Thank you.
RYAN: Oh, my gosh.
- What?
- Don't look,
but Jeffrey Silver from
the LA Post just walked in.
DENNIS: Oh, my God.
Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah.
- Don't Don't look.
- DENNIS: Yeah, yeah, yeah.
You said that. Don't look.
He can't know that you
know that he's here.
- All right.
- You gotta treat him like any other diner.
Okay. Yeah. We're not ready for this.
- Okay. Uh, don't worry.
- DENNIS: Yeah.
Um, I know his taste pretty well.
Just, um
don't serve him the pork belly.
DENNIS: The pork What?
You just said that
everything was delicious.
- Delicious-ish.
- DENNIS: Uh, yeah. Delicious.
Okay, no pork belly.
Questions later. All right.
Yeah. No pork belly.
We're, um We're really
sorry about your mom, Dave.
She seemed like a lovely person.
She was.
You said you saw her the day she passed.
Did she look okay to you?
Yeah, she seemed fine.
We spoke to her in hopes that she
could persuade your brother Adam
into telling us everything he knows
about a missing girl from Silas' Farm.
- Did she say she would?
Um, you know, and then
a couple of hours later,
she left a voice mail saying
she had something to tell us.
Do you know what that might've been?
I didn't see her at all that day.
- I had I had to work.
- Right.
Do Do you know wh there
Are there any security
cameras at the house?
I I can ask our neighbors. Why?
Just to see if anybody came
to talk to her in person.
Do you know if she spoke to Adam
after she visited him
in the jail that morning?
Like I said, I I didn't
talk to her that day.
I wish I had.
I would've told her
not to go see my brother.
He's a piece of shit.
Been in trouble all his life.
He put our mom through hell.
Going to see him is
probably what killed her.
Do you think that we could
look at your mom's phone?
Just to see if she talked to
anyone after we met with her.
Also, did did she have a landline?
If she talked to anyone,
it's on that phone.
Whoa, whoa, wait.
Everything has to be perfect.
Relax. Trust the food.
Yeah, well, a bad review could kill us.
We're not gonna get a bad review.
Oh, and and the
service has to be perfect.
Attentive but not smothering.
- Hey, breathe.
I think I can see his
table from my office.
I'm gonna go see if I can
read any physical cues.
Hey, is is it okay if I send
an appetizer out to a friend?
I mean, I'll pay for it.
Yeah, sure. Just gimme a minute.
Uh, what friend?
Riley. She is here.
Oh. Did you know she was coming?
No. She just surprised me.
Who are we talking about?
Uh, just a a girl that I'm seeing.
Well, wipe the drool off your face
and take that to table eight.
Twist. He's got a
girl, and it's not you.
I am so sorry the baby was here so late,
and we got nothing done.
Hey, that's not true.
Okay, we got to play with her,
and that was total Zen.
- Cheers.
- Cheers.
Uh, so how did you become a father?
I feel like there's a story there.
GAEL: Yeah.
A long one with some
pretty big plot twists.
Um, the woman I I had Lyric with
is no longer in our lives.
She decided she wasn't
ready to be a mother
and she gave up her parental rights.
And, yeah, it was
It was hard at first.
JAY: Uh, so I have three
sisters, four brothers,
and yeah, we're all really close.
Geez, that is a lot
of names to remember.
Okay, so I use an acronym to
remember them all in order.
I'm serious.
It's It's, uh, HAPLAND.
Henry, Anna, Pilar,
Lawrence, Anthony, Naomi, DJ.
It sounds like an IKEA
couch. "The Hapland."
Oh, you're really proud of
yourself for that, aren't you?
- I am kind of, yeah.
- Yeah.
GAEL: So what made you
wanna become a doctor?
Uh, I was always
playing doctor as a kid.
Mm. Really?
But like, for real, you know?
With the scraped knees
of seven siblings,
I had plenty of patients to practice on.
Yeah, I bet.
JAY: And you know, I always just
liked the idea of helping people,
especially in emergency situations,
which is why I landed in the ER.
It's not fun, but, um
(CHUCKLES) I like it.
So, no calls to her from Adam
from jail on Andrea's phone
after we met with her.
No other suspicious voice
mails or phone calls.
Yeah, we're back to
"Who told Adam we met with her?"
And wondering what
she wanted to tell you.
Maybe Silas went to see her.
Figure out what we wanted from Adam.
Discourage her from finding out.
Which brings us back
to Silas following us.
Um, so the bad dream that I had
when you came to my door
after Dennis's party
I thought Silas was in my loft.
Silas was in your loft?
No, I I mean, I don't think so.
I I might've imagined
that he was there.
I was having an anxiety attack
and coming back from the party,
I was imagining other things.
I mean, he left seconds
before you knocked on my door.
You would've seen him leaving.
Why didn't you tell me this?
Because I didn't want you to
think I was losing my mind.
How do you know you imagined him?
Because I checked the
building's security footage
with Malika and Alice.
There's no sign of
Silas coming in or out.
That doesn't mean he wasn't there.
Okay. (SIGHS)
I have a friend,
she works in the LAPD forensics lab.
She can dust your loft for fingerprints.
What do you think?
RILEY: Yes, it's something
I never really thought about
because I haven't had to.
- On the house.
- Ah, that is so sweet.
TRISTA: I wait tables over at the Palm.
You two should come
by. I'll hook you up.
We should do that.
Um, yeah, we should.
But I should probably get back to it.
Of course.
We wouldn't wanna distract you.
DAVIA: You rang?
There is a huge critic
from the LA Post here.
Oh, my God! That's good, right?
Well, potentially, if he
likes the food and the vibe.
So can you and your friends
just tone it down a little?
Oh. Of course.
I'm sorry, I didn't realize
we were being so loud.
Yeah. I mean, according to Ryan,
he just hates when a
restaurant is too noisy.
According to Ryan?
So Ryan thinks we're being too loud.
Well, she's just
trying to help me create
a great experience for this guy.
Right. Again, that's
just so nice of her.
We will keep it down, okay?
- Good luck.
- DENNIS: Okay.
Oh! Uh, I'm not supposed
to know about the critic,
so keep it on the down low.
- Got it.
- DENNIS: Yeah.
ETHAN: What's up?
(SOFTLY) Listen, we have to quiet down.
The food critic from LA Post is here.
- That guy right there?
- Don't look!
We're not supposed to know he's here.
I won't look anymore.
Great, she's probably
telling on me again.
What do you mean?
Okay, that woman is Dennis' ex.
She's a food blogger.
She's here helping him create
a smooth dining
experience for the critic.
Well, that's nice of her.
Sooo nice.
I just wish there was
something I could do to help.
I mean, you helped by
getting butts in these seats.
You know who else could get
a lot of butts in these seats?
Hold on, let me, uh
Let me handle this.
Hey, guys. Guys!
Let's, uh, let's take a group
picture to promote the show,
and then we can all
post it on our socials
so we get better traction that way.
SERENA: That's a really good idea.
Hey, excuse me.
- Could you do us the honors?
- Mm-hmm.
Thank you so much.
Everybody say, "Last Call at Haven!"
GROUP: Last Called at Haven!
Loving the boho-chic vibe here.
It reminds me of my stint as a
lady-in-waiting at Medieval Times.
Did you see this Silas
person touch anything?
Oh, he touched that doorknob.
Okey-doke. We'll start there.
You know, this is usually
the part in those crime shows
where there's a montage.
And they'll play something
like The Who's Who Are You?
Who are you? ♪
Who, who, who, who? ♪
Who are you? ♪
Who, who, who, who? ♪
Who are you? ♪
Who, who, who, who? ♪
Who are you? ♪
Who, who, who, who? ♪
I woke up in a Soho doorway ♪
A policeman knew my name ♪
He said, "You can go
sleep at home tonight ♪
If you can get up and walk away" ♪
I staggered back to the underground ♪
And the breeze blew back my hair ♪
I remember throwing punches around ♪
And preaching from my chair ♪
Who, who are you? ♪
Who are you? ♪
Who, who, who, who? ♪
Tell me who are you? ♪
Who are you? ♪
Who, who, who, who? ♪
I really want to know ♪
Who are you? ♪
Who, who, who, who? ♪
Now, I'll run the print,
and we'll see if they
belong to Gary Brecker,
aka Silas Thompson.
And we'll know was he or
wasn't he here in your loft.
Who are you? ♪
Who are you? Who are you? Oh ♪
Okay, so tell me
what made you want to be an artist?
I never really decided
I wanted to be an artist.
JAY: Mm-hmm.
I just felt like I was.
JAY: Hm.
Yeah, from the time I
could pick up a pencil,
I was drawing and creating.
Yeah. I don't know.
I guess, I just feel like it chose me.
Yeah, that's amazing.
We are both so lucky
to know what we love.
You know, sometimes I still meet people
who are still searching
for a passion for something.
Can I show you something?
Is it a mole?
Or like a mysterious rash?
- What?
- I'm sorry.
That's just what most people mean
when they ask if they
can show me something.
No, no, no, no, no.
Nothing Nothing medical.
But it is top secret.
So if you tell anyone,
I might just have to kill you.
(GRUNTS) I'd like to see you try.
I'll trust you.
All right, what have
Wow. You
You did this?
Wait, wait, wait, wait. (LAUGHING)
This is fantastic!
I've been doing some some street art,
and it's not exactly legal.
No, but you're you're
creating something beautiful
for everyone to enjoy.
I mean, you're doing a public service
as far as I'm concerned.
I'm blown away.
You are so freaking talented.
Thank you.
That means a lot.
How can you say you're blocked?
GAEL: Mmm.
Should we finish this?
Oh, well, I don't think
we should waste it.
- Yeah. Yeah. Come on, come on.
- Yeah.
- Okay, but then I do have to go.
- Mm-hmm.
- 'Cause I have an early shift tomorrow.
- Oh, boy.
Good evening. I am
Dennis Cooper, the chef.
I hope everything has been
to your liking tonight.
Mostly, yes.
Well, thank you for coming in.
Um, a server will be over
with a dessert menu shortly.
- Thank you.
- DENNIS: Yeah.
All he said was that he
mostly liked the food.
Well, he's not gonna
review you to your face.
And he knows that there's a
chance that you know who he is,
so he's keeping his
cards close to the vest.
Yeah, right.
Hey, I am sure it's
gonna be a great review.
Well, thank you for coming tonight.
And for helping with Jeffrey.
- Happy to.
- DENNIS: Yeah.
- It's good to see you.
- Mm-hmm.
Oh, Jesus! What are you doing?
Serena still hasn't posted the photo.
Really? She seemed really into it.
Maybe my first impression
of her was right,
and she's got this child
star superiority complex.
Either way, this sucks!
So what's up with those two?
TYLER: Oh, they're hooking up.
I saw them making out the other night.
Wait, I thought this was
her boyfriend's place.
It is.
Hey. Hey, um, I know you're busy,
but could I just ask you
something really quick?
I already planned your first date
and I'm I'm really not
into giving girlfriend advice.
Oh No, it's it's not about that.
And Riley's not my girlfriend.
If you overheard something
not good about a friend,
would you tell them?
Or would you just keep it to
yourself and not cause drama?
It depends.
Do you think what you heard is true?
No. I'm not sure. I mean, I hope not.
I can't even imagine it being true.
Well, then if it were me,
I'd wanna know what people were
saying about me behind my back,
good or bad.
Yeah, that is really good advice.
- Thank you.
- Yeah.
(LOUDLY) Oh, wow. My post
has so many likes already.
(LOUDLY) Oh, yeah, mine too.
How about you, Serena?
- Did you get any likes?
- Oh, I didn't post.
Well I
I can't post anything that
tags my current location.
I know I'm not, like,
child star famous anymore,
but there are people who
are still obsessed with me,
and I've had problems with stalkers,
so I have to be careful.
TYLER: Oh, man, that is so scary.
- Yeah. I'm used to it.
- Ah.
But I will definitely
post when I get home.
Your boyfriend's got a great place here.
You must be proud of him.
Ah, I am.
My God, I feel so bad
that I jumped to conclusions
about Serena again.
Look, don't worry about it.
I had no idea so many people
were obsessed with her.
Stop it.
So is it okay to give
you a hug goodnight?
Of course.
- DAVIA: Night.
- BRAYDEN: Good night.
Hey, I'm really glad you
came out with us tonight.
I was so happy to be invited.
- DAVIA: Oh.
- Good night.
Get home safe.
- You too.
- DAVIA: Aw.
Hey. Hey, can I, um, can
I talk to you for a second?
Yeah, what's up?
I overheard something tonight.
And, you know, it is
none of my business.
I probably should not even say anything,
but you're my friend and
Oh, my God, will you
just spill it already?
What'd you overhear?
I heard the guy with the dark,
curly hair from your show,
telling the the girl
with the blonde hair
that he saw
you and Brayden making out.
Sorry. It takes a while
for the results to download.
I do have one more question though.
Why don't you paint that wall?
No idea.
The verdict is in.
Let's see if Silas touched the doorknob.
No match.
Which means he really was never here.
It's certainly another strike
against evidence pointing to Silas.
An Another strike?
Sorry, I thought I told you.
There was no DNA at all
on the envelope seal.
- Wh What envelope?
You know, the the one
that Madison's letter was in,
her parents left it behind,
so I gave it to Viv
to run for Silas's DNA.
MARIANA: Uh-huh.
Don't you find that, like, odd,
that there's no DNA?
Don't usually people lick
an envelope to seal it?
Well, sure.
Unless they're worried
about leaving DNA.
Which could explain the doorknob.
Maybe Silas's prints weren't there
because he was careful.
You know, like, maybe he used gloves
Or maybe he wasn't here!
Well, that's my cue.
Oh! Or as we say in the lab, my clue.
- Thanks, Viv.
- VIV: Mm-hmm.
- Appreciate it.
- VIV: Yep.
Hang in there.
MARIANA: Thanks.
What's happening to us?
I mean, we wanna take
Silas down so badly
that we're making up all of
these conspiracy theories.
There's no evidence that he was here
or that he has anything to do
with Madison's disappearance!
Ma Maybe the letter
to her parents is real.
Maybe she really wants
nothing to do with them.
And maybe this is becoming an obsession
that we're both using
to avoid dealing with the
fact that Evan was shot
and it could've been any one of us.
This "obsession" saved
my sister from Silas.
So if I didn't go
after this obsession
Okay, you know what? She's moved on!
Maybe Maybe that's
part of why Jenna left.
She couldn't heal
with with us constantly
re-traumatizing her
with our Silas vendetta.
we have to move on.
I'm done with this. And I
And I think that you should be too.
Oh! Hey, Gael. This is Ezra.
He, uh, came to pick me up.
Nice to meet you.
You too.
I think it's amazing.
We should hang it in the living room.
The living room?
No. No, no, no. We cannot hang it there.
- We have to hide it.
It has to be hidden. I don't want
EZRA: You always do this to me.
Hey, why don't you, uh, knock off
and go join your girl for a drink.
- Are you sure?
- Yeah.
LUCA: Where did your friend go?
She had to work in the morning,
so she had to leave early.
When do you get off work?
Um right now.
Great, I get you all to myself!
I have to admit though,
it's kind of sexy watching you work.
(LAUGHING) Oh, no.
What do you do for work?
Well, uh, my parents are supporting me
while I pursue dancing.
And I've gotten a few professional jobs.
It's kind of embarrassing.
And I know I'm lucky.
No, no. That is
You do not have to
be embarrassed at all.
I mean, you are an incredible dancer.
I think you deserve their support.
Thank you for saying that.
Yeah, but what do you get to
do with all your free time?
Oh, you mean, besides
thinking about you?
It's like all the time?
- RILEY: You're very distracting.
- LUCA: No. I'm not.
He has no idea that you're into him.
If you want him to,
you better make a move
soon before it's too late.
But maybe not tonight.
Come on.
Let's go to sleep.
I have to tell you something.
Like right now?
I mean, I'm almost unconscious.
Yeah, it can't wait.
Okay. So, um, at your party,
Brayden, um, had too much to drink
and he
tried to kiss me.
Why am I just now hearing about this?
Because I handled it.
And I didn't want you to
feel threatened by Brayden.
You handled it? Is that why
he's still affectionately
hugging you goodnight?
Okay, I made it crystal
clear that he crossed a line.
And he knows that I am
committed and in love with you.
It won't ever happen again.
Yeah, but he's obviously into you.
Okay. Well, if you wanna talk
about people being into people,
it's obvious that Ryan
still has feelings for you.
No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no.
Don't do that. Don't deflect.
Ryan is not into me.
And even if she was, I
don't work with her every day
in a play where she's the sexy bartender
that I want to get laid by.
Okay. Wow. Well, that is
not what the show is about.
You know what?
You were right, we're tired.
This could've waited till tomorrow.
Yeah, or maybe forever.
Were you ever gonna tell
me or did something happen?
Tyler must have seen what happened
because Luca overheard
him telling Serena
that Brayden and I are hooking up.
So basically everybody
that you work with
thinks that you're cheating on me.
They They do not.
And I will clear it up
with Tyler and Serena.
You know, you're always bringing up
how I took off after the
first time that we had sex,
but I've never thrown it in your face
that you cheated with a married man.
Excuse me, but I am
not the one who cheated.
I was an accomplice, which isn't great,
but it's not the same thing.
And you did just throw it in my face.
Okay. I'm exhausted.
And I'm gonna go sleep in my loft.
Good night.
- Yeah, go ahead. Do that.
- All right.
- Yeah.
- That's what I'm gonna do.
- Yeah, please.
- Yep.
Never mind. Nice try!
I'm not gonna run out on you.
I am gonna sleep right here
as far away from you as possible.
Fine. You do that.
- I will as well.
- Not a problem.
Turn your light off.
Don't tell me what to do in my room.
Near, far I'm where you are ♪
Near, far I'm where you are ♪
In many ways, I was lost
through the grapevine ♪
I was lost in my own mistake ♪
And I'm waiting to find my way ♪
And I'm waiting to feel your pain ♪
And I'm ready to find my way back ♪
Was it real life? Oh ♪
Was it real life? Oh ♪
Near, far I'm where you are ♪
Where you are ♪
Near, far I'm where you are ♪
Where you are ♪
Was it real life? Oh ♪
Was it real life? Oh ♪
Was it real life? Oh ♪
Near, far I'm where you are ♪
Near, far I'm where you are ♪
SILAS: Uh, come in.
WOMAN: I have your tea.
Thank you, Jenna.
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