Home Before Dark (2020) s02e02 Episode Script

I Believe You

Honestly, I don't know what's weirder.
A whole flock of dead birds,
or the fact it wasn't on the news.
Yeah, or the fact
that Jessica's actually being nice to me.
Did they just get sick at the same time
and just fall out of the sky?
And what about that creepy basement.
Are they related?
That feels weird.
God, I mean, she's a junior.
She'd be hanging out with seniors by now.
And she, like, drives her own car.
There was lightning at the time.
And there's been some weird weather
in Erie Harbor,
and Donny's hurricane in Ireland.
I mean, who actually gets a car
for their sweet 16?
I thought that was, like, a movie thing.
Can't believe I actually had fun
in Erie Harbor.
"How many birds can get hit
by a single bolt of lightning?"
Oh, no.
Well, at least we can use your laptop
as a light.
No, I'm using it for research.
And the Wi-Fi is down.
Hey, hey, hey. No. It's okay, Ginny.
I'm scared.
I know, honey. It's okay. You're good.
Mom! Dad!
- Oh, my God.
- Dad!
- Straight through the window.
- Get some buckets or something.
- Dad?
- Mom, what's happening?
Everything's fine, guys, all right?
Don't freak out.
Dad, we have a whole tree
in our living room. What are you
Okay, you know what, girls,
you should probably go back upstairs
because there's broken glass
all over the place.
Pop-Pop, it's fine, it's okay.
Don't worry. Everything's okay.
- Look, I'm gonna clean all this up.
- Okay.
Yeah, Hilde
Do you hear that?
What is it?
Hilde, Hilde, don't, don't, don't, don't.
Just be careful,
- there's glass down there. Careful.
- Daddy, I will.
Hey, little one. I got you, I got you.
It's okay. I got you. It's okay.
You're safe with me, buddy.
I'm not gonna hurt you.
Sorry about your tree.
Don't worry.
Nothing bad is gonna happen to you.
I promise.
- Do we have to go to school today?
- Yes, you do.
- The baby bird kept me up all night.
- Well, yeah.
Now you know what it was like
for me when I had you three as babies.
Do you think I could give him some milk?
Well, mama birds don't feed milk
to their young.
Yeah, they puke into their mouths.
I definitely need to talk to Birdman about
what could've killed all those birds.
And maybe he could help me with Walter.
- Walter?
- Cronkite.
He was a journalist on TV.
Everyone called him
the most trusted man in America.
Hey, Mom, do you think maybe we should,
like, see if Dad needs any help?
- Your daddy thinks he's handy.
- But he's not.
He ripped a hole in the attic
and never fixed it.
Okay, look, honey,
I know how you feel about the truth,
but it isn't always the best thing.
Okay, sometimes with men, you have to
You know what,
this feels like a whole can of worms.
Can we just
- Good job, honey.
- You're so great, Dad.
- Dad!
- You're doing it!
So, Mom, what's the latest
with Wott Management?
God, just write an article
about the dumb tree
that crashed into our dumb house
with a dumb bird in it.
Mom, did you know.
Wott Management was named
after a guy who was born in the 1800s?
- No.
- He basically founded Erie Harbor
and bought up all the forests here.
To chop them down.
Wait, so they just like randomly chose
his name for their company?
I doubt it was random.
Whoever owns the place
must've used that name for a reason.
Yeah, well, it might give them
an air of legitimacy.
I can't get this baby bird
to eat anything.
Dad, I'm gonna have
to take him to Birdman.
Yeah, well, you can,
but his name is not Birdman, remember?
His name is Mr. Wergeles.
Okay, party people,
let's get dressed for it, right?
Yeah, grab your jacket, grab your shoes.
- Hilde, where are you going?
- Riding my bike.
Hey, can I use your charger?
- No, no, no. I need it.
- Mom.
What? I have no idea how long
the power will be out,
or if I'll have functioning phones
at work,
where I make money so you can eat.
God, it'll take, like, a minute, okay?
I just need enough time to call Ethan.
Okay, cool,
so that's why you're yelling at me.
Mom, I'm not yelling at you.
I'm just frustrated
because this stupid power's out.
You can't go one day
without talking to him?
Hello, I already have.
We're just supposed to do this thing
before school,
where we tell each other
to have a good day.
Okay? It's just a thing.
It's our thing.
It's dumb, whatever.
Look, just do me a favor and try and enjoy
what it feels like to be disconnected
for a day or at least a couple of minutes.
What is going on?
There's no controlling this.
It's a natural disaster.
School is canceled
until the tree can be removed
and power restored.
Let's try and pretend
that we're sad we're missing school.
- You are so not organized.
- Excuse me,
how did you not know about this
an hour ago?
- We didn't get any e-mails or anything.
- Sorry.
How are you gonna take control over this?
Ladies, I'm sorry, it's not safe for you
to come past the barrier.
- Did you hear they canceled school?
- Oh, cool.
Yeah, so what are you gonna do?
I'll probably just head down
to the pier, walk around, or whatever.
Do you wanna come?
- Yeah.
- Hey, Jessica.
Hey. Do you wanna go to the pier?
- Totally.
- Cool. Great.
This is my friend Emma.
She just moved here.
- Hi.
- Hey. Izzy.
My family just moved here
about a year ago from Brooklyn.
Nice. We used to live in Virginia,
but my mom got transferred for work.
I mean you already have so many
friends that's, like, great.
I'll see you guys at the pier.
- Same. Later, Izzy.
- Bye.
- Do you need a ride?
- Yeah.
Let me just tell my mom
where I'm going first, though.
Right, I forget you're like 14 sometimes.
Probably 'cause you take
so many upper-level classes.
No, no, no, I meant that as a compliment.
Well, yeah, you know what,
I'll just text her.
- Okay.
- It's fine, yeah.
- That's good.
- Cool. This way.
We need to do some research
on how to take care of this bird. Here.
Got it.
I still don't understand
why you'd wanna use the smallest person
as the step stool, but okay.
Oh, that's smart.
When is school gonna get back in?
She's as bad as her ex-con mother!
So unorganized!
My tax dollars are paying your salary.
I understand this is inconvenient,
- but it's out of my control.
- Hey, hold this for me. Okay?
I need to take my kids somewhere.
Where am I supposed to go?
- She's totally incompetent.
- Excuse me, can I?
If anyone has any questions or grievances,
like you ladies with your petition,
you could take it up with her lawyer.
And who's that? That's me.
And right now my client has no comment.
Thank you. Have a nice day.
Look, you don't have to hire me
as your lawyer, obviously.
It's just, this town.
No, I think I'm getting used to the abuse.
But I appreciate your support.
I know how much it sucks to be
on that end of the pitchfork.
So I'd like to try and help you
put an end to this,
- if you'll let me?
- Mommy.
Oh, geez, I
You know, I'm sorry.
After the third child they just, you know,
they sort of start raising themselves.
Well, I'll remind you
when she starts to apply for college.
Thank you. Let's go.
I'll be in touch. Okay?
Thank you.
Guys, school is closed.
How did you get in here?
Principal Collins told me to catch up
on my schoolwork.
Just because school's canceled doesn't
mean that learning takes the day off.
So, you spoke to Principal Collins?
Yeah, she loves what you've done in here.
I mean, like, the stacks are super neat.
Like the way the aisles look
in the expensive grocery stores.
I mean,
I just lined the bindings up and
My dad does that.
I think he has undiagnosed anxiety.
And I'm starting to worry
that maybe it's genetic.
You should get that checked out.
Do you have any books on feeding
or nurturing baby birds?
Or figuring out why they're sick?
Or why they might fall out of the sky
and die for no reason?
but this is a public-school library.
There's only a limited number
of books that we can have
No problem, we'll just use the computer.
Yes problem, because there's no power,
which is why no students
are supposed to be here.
Yeah, you know what,
that makes sense. Yeah.
Unless you know something I don't.
If Principal Collins said
that you can be here, then
It's okay. We have to go anyways.
Thanks, Tony.
Please don't call me that. Yeah. But
- Bye.
- Bye.
- And don't run in the halls.
- Thanks, Tony.
It's Mr. O'Hara.
I've been looking for a spot
ever since the cabin flooded.
My grandpa showed me this place.
He used to store his fishing gear here.
Rustic chic. I can work with this.
Told you I'd get a good cabin.
So, I haven't been able to get in touch
with anyone from Wott Management.
Do you know if your dad ever
dealt with anyone in person?
Or had any correspondence with them
under a different name?
Not that I know of, but I'll ask him.
Just Hey.
Hello? Are you still there?
Yeah, it's just the door
to my office was open,
but I know I locked it.
- You all right?
- Yeah.
Just hang out right there, okay?
In your experience,
does anyone ever break into a place
and not steal anything?
Oh, no.
See, I don't like the sound of that.
Why don't you turn around
and get out of there?
Can you come here?
Yep, be right there. Come on, let's go.
It's not stealing
if you plan to return it.
It's borrowing,
which is what the library is for.
Plus, I left my card as collateral.
We have library cards?
Well, not technically.
Okay, no, not at all.
I made it when I used to play library
with Izzy.
You played library?
- Didn't everyone?
- No.
You know, checking the books in and out,
filling out the forms?
- No?
- No.
Come on, Walter, you gotta eat, buddy.
You named the bird Walter?
- After Cronkite.
- Walter Cronkite.
I don't know.
He's still not eating,
you decorated his box and you named him.
That bird is definitely gonna die.
Oh, man.
I do not know if I'm ready
for this emotional journey.
It looks like we've been feeding him
the wrong food.
We need to make him a bird smoothie.
I love a smoothie.
Actually, it's
worms, bird poop and water.
Are you sure you locked up last night
and set the alarm?
- Yeah. I always do.
- All right, come on.
It's good that you came in.
Yeah, it was just really creepy, you know?
I just
Look, maybe it was the power outage
that knocked out the alarm,
- or the storm blew the door open
- Yeah.
- but it's a lot of ifs.
- Yeah.
Can you think of anyone
with a grudge against you?
Take your pick. You know, it could be
someone pissed off at me
for representing Sam.
I've taken on a new case.
Maybe it has something to do with that.
Oh, great.
Lieutenant Briggs.
- Fill out that assessment yet?
- I have not yet, sir.
I am working on a potential
break-in at First and Main.
Mrs. Lisko, this is Paul Rutherford.
It's Jensen. I kept my last name.
Right. I knew that. Sorry about that.
It's okay. It's nice to meet you.
Yeah, I'm an investigator.
The Attorney General hired me
to audit the department.
After what happened with
My dad?
Yeah. So, that's cool.
Attorney General?
The state must be taking this seriously.
Washington state does not take kindly
to the depletion
of the wrongful conviction fund, so
- yes, we are.
- Mr. Rutherford here
is in charge of letting the AG know
whether we're all fired.
Yeah, something like that.
Do you mind if I sit in?
I guess not.
Of course, sir.
Miss Jensen, can you describe
the scene when you entered?
- We're worried about him.
- It's a good thing you brought him here.
Do you think he's gonna be okay?
Well, this will definitely help.
Because a bunch of birds just died.
Like, a whole flock of them.
It was awful.
And we're worried that this little guy
might have the same thing.
A lot? Well, how many?
I don't know, hundreds.
That doesn't make any sense.
I would've heard about it.
I know.
It's weird that no one's talking about it.
It happened
at the Woodruff Mansion last night.
- The dead birds were all over the lawn.
- It was terrifying.
They just fell out of the sky.
We lost a lot of good birds that day.
They made people go out the back way
so nobody from the party posted pictures.
I was gonna publish
but then the power went out.
Well, is that where you found this one?
A tree fell in our yard during the storm.
And when it crashed through our window,
this little guy came with it.
That's why we brought him to you.
You're the expert.
Mr. Wergeles?
Do you think it could be possible
that he's sick with the same thing
that could've killed all those birds?
I'd have to see the dead flock.
Do you think you could take me to them?
There we go. Got him?
Are you sure that this is it?
Maybe they hired someone to clean it up.
Well, if there were that many dead birds,
I mean, there would need
to be a wider investigation.
You know, I can call animal control,
and I can find out what caused it.
Wait, hang on.
Now you see, if I had the entire bird,
it would be easier to figure out
what caused it.
But a feather is better than nothing.
I see one over there.
Wait. Here, here, here.
A couple for you. There you go.
And two for you.
- There you go.
- Thank you.
You're welcome.
And the more we find, the better.
In the meantime,
you keep Walter in a warm environment.
And keep trying to get him to eat, okay?
'Cause if he doesn't eat, well,
nothing that we find
out here will help him.
- Okay?
- Okay.
All right. Get a baggy.
How you guys doing? You find some more?
- Yeah, we got two.
- Oh, great. Here.
That guy's a little intense.
Just wait till he finds out I'm the one
driving Sam's wrongful convictions suit.
Hey, can I ask you favor?
Yeah, I'll stop by the office tonight.
I'll check on things.
No. I mean, yes. Thank you, yes.
But it's another thing. It's about Matt.
Is everything okay?
Any chance you could come by the house
and fix some things?
It's just, a window got broken and Matt,
he's so bad at fixing things
and I just
I don't wanna hurt his feelings.
- But I also don't wanna not have a window.
- Oh, God! He's the worst at that stuff.
- Right?
- I'll come by after work
- and make up an excuse to do it for him.
- Thank you.
You're doing the right thing.
Yeah, Ginny and I,
we just drained the battery on the drill
so he wouldn't hurt himself.
That's smart. That's just plain smart.
It was her idea, so
- Okay, let's go, right? You cold?
- Hey.
- I will be there at 8:00.
- Okay. I'll see you later.
Come on, let's go.
The district would be happy
to provide support.
You just tell us what you need.
Well, if I thought a few generators would
make a difference, I would let you know,
but I think we're just gonna have to wait.
Right, right.
You know, Kim, as you know,
the school board has been fielding a lot
of calls from concerned parents lately.
They've been, shall we say, very vocal.
Yes, I know.
People get stressed out
in emergency situations.
It's not about the blackout though.
Kim, you should be prepared.
These parents are out for blood.
Well, I think I ran into
a few of them this morning.
Pretty sure they were trying
to blame me personally
for the power going out across town.
Yeah, they're not
the most reasonable people in the world,
but they are taxpayers and voters.
They are petitioning the district
to place your employment under review.
Well, you can say "fire."
Yeah, that's what it would mean.
And if enough parents sign on,
we'll have to honor their request.
Thank you for telling me in person.
Yeah, we all know
that your mother's actions were her own,
but you can see the issue.
I gotta run. We'll talk soon though.
- Hey.
- Hey.
Where were you?
I was just dropping my dad off
at Frank's place.
You know, he's got his own generator
up and running.
- Lucky Frank.
- I know, right?
Hey, you know when power outages
used to be fun?
Remember that?
Yeah, it used to be, like, sexy and
- Remember that? Yeah.
- Oh, yeah, I remember that.
And now it's just rotting food.
And watching Ginny
plug in electrical devices
that are clearly not gonna turn on.
- Oh, yeah.
- Hey, can I sleep at Jessica's?
- No, no. You cannot, no.
- Why not?
Well, because it's a school night,
that's why not.
Yeah, didn't Jessica torture you,
like, all of last year?
Well, yeah, but she's being nice now
because people change.
Okay, and you always said
forgiveness was a virtue, so
when your little sister was punching you,
not when your mortal enemy is trying
to win you over for some strange reason.
God. You are just as bad as Hilde.
Okay, Jessica just wants to be friends.
And since I don't have any,
I would like to go to her house. Please?
No. No.
Come on, I'm almost 15. I'm not a child.
Yeah, well, legally you're a child
until you're 18.
Mom, you know what I mean.
Okay, fine. I will make you a deal.
If the power comes back on,
I want you home
in the morning before school,
and I don't wanna hear
about how tired you are
- or about how you didn't get enough sleep.
- Oh, my God! Okay, okay. Yes, deal.
Deal, okay.
You should probably leave
before we change our minds.
- Yeah. Thank you.
- Yeah, go. Go.
- Thank you.
- Go.
- Go. Run, run.
- Okay.
Where you going?
Sleepover at Jessica's.
Have fun.
I'll miss you.
Hey, Kim. Hi.
Hi, hey. You here to hoard food and water?
Well, you guessed it. Yeah.
You know what, I have something for you.
I wrote up a cease and desist letter
for every villager with a pitchfork,
along with, like,
every member of the school board.
You even stamped them all.
Oh, yeah. It basically just says
that we are gonna sue them
for a whole bunch of stuff
if they don't leave you alone.
This petition to get you fired,
this is your mom's fault, okay?
Not yours.
So I wanna put this thing to bed for good.
Don't hate me, just
I don't hate you.
- I think I love you.
- Really?
- Thank you.
- Yes.
- Yeah, I know. It's been a day.
- I will see you later.
- See you.
- Bye.
There we go.
Please tell me you found something
on Wott Management?
- Hilde
- Well, how am I supposed to work
if there's no Internet
and you're not telling me anything?
Yeah, well, you're not.
'Cause for the billionth time,
you are supposed to be focusing
on your schoolwork.
Anyway, how's your bird?
How's Walter doing?
What? I'm not deflecting.
You're on your third cup of coffee,
and you've been writing
for 40 minutes straight.
You've obviously found something.
Just tell me what it is.
All right, look, I've
I've tracked down some
of Wott's financial records
and I'm getting closer to finding
some transacting businesses, so
Could this explain why they want
to buy Trip's dad's farm?
I don't know.
Could this have anything
to do with Richie?
Oh, for God's sake, would you just stop?
I'm sorry, sweetie, but you have to
leave the Richie Fife thing alone.
I'm sorry.
Remember when you told me
that Pop-Pop didn't believe you
and that's why you two broke apart?
Yeah, yeah.
Please don't do that to me.
I don't wanna break apart from you.
- Hey, man.
- Hey, Frank.
I was just stopping by to say
You wanna come in?
- Oh, yeah.
- Yeah, come in, man. Come in.
What happened here?
Yeah, dude, we had a tree
come right through the window.
- Total disaster.
- Thank you.
- We had glass, came in all in the
- Well
- Right. You want me to take a look at it?
- Yeah, yeah. Come in.
No, no, it's all over the floor.
I can't believe the power's still out.
Okay, ladies. I am going upstairs.
If anybody's hungry or thirsty,
there's plenty of stuff
in the kitchen, okay?
- Thanks, Miss Fife.
- Thanks, Mom.
Well, then you guys have fun.
You, little rascal.
- Good night.
- Thank you.
Okay, you guys heard my mom.
If we're thirsty,
we should get something to drink.
Okay, who wants to go first?
- Me!
- Oh, my gosh.
Warrior of the month. She gets the most.
- Oh, yeah, she needs it.
- Two, three.
- Can I have more? More.
- More? Okay.
Oh, my God! You're crazy.
Thank you.
- Cheers.
- Cheers.
Hey, listen,
thanks for having my dad at your place.
You know,
just till we get our power back on.
Don't worry. It's been good seeing him.
Yeah, well, how's your dad?
I have not seen him in a while.
You know, what's he been up to since
Since your daughter got him fired?
Come on. She did not.
No, come on. No, no, no, I'm kidding.
Yeah, he's working security somewhere.
And then Mayor Fife died,
and I think that hit him pretty hard.
You know, the first one
of the guys his age to pass away.
You think?
Yeah, I don't know.
I heard he was toying
with the idea of running for mayor,
and then they got that guy
in the interim to step in,
so I never heard anything else about it.
And we're not talking that much
these days so
Yeah, well, I know how that goes.
Just don't let it go on too long.
It's not worth it.
Come here.
All right. Time to feed you.
Feeding you. You hungry?
Yup, Mr. Wergeles said
I need to feed you every hour.
Want water first?
Hey, are you doing okay?
Yeah, I heard voices
and I know Izzy's not here, so.
I'm talking to Walter.
Yes, of course. How's he doing?
Is he doing okay?
Hey, are you sure you're up for this?
You know, if you want,
I could do a couple of feedings.
Yeah, you could get some sleep
for like three hours straight.
I used to do that with you
when you were a baby,
you know, with your mom.
Thanks, but I wanna do it.
I would wake up anyways
because I need to know he's okay.
Yeah, well, your mom used to say that too.
Listen, I just
I wanna say that I am sorry,
and I also wanna say that I believe you.
Well, you know, if you say
you feel like someone is watching you,
well, I believe you.
And if you think
that someone might be Richie, well
well, I do, I believe you.
Yeah, I think I was just scared
to talk to you about him 'cause
you know,
sometimes I feel like I see him too.
But I can't. I mean, that can't be real.
Come here.
I forgive you.
- Yeah?
- Yeah.
Thank you.
thanks for always talking to me like that.
You know, I used to think
that everybody was like you and Mom.
But then I realized that most parents
don't treat their kids like real people.
I wish more kids had someone like you.
- Oh, yeah?
- Yeah.
You know, you're pretty awesome too.
Yeah, but you know
what would be more awesome?
- What? I want to talk to Walter.
- The most awesome thing of all time.
Walter is sleeping. You have to sleep too.
Good night. I love you.
Night, sweetheart.
Look, you sure you don't want me to take
No. Nope, no.
- No, thank you.
- Okay, okay.
Go to sleep.
Wait, you're hanging out
with Jessica Fife?
Like, at her house?
Yeah, I know.
It's, like, super weird,
but, like, not weird at all.
What, the last time I saw you together,
you punched her in the face.
Yeah, I know, but,
well, it's different now.
God, everyone here is drinking too.
I mean, I'm not, but
That's cool.
I mean, not really.
I meant that you're not drinking.
Yeah, yeah. I mean, I guess.
I really wish you were here right now.
I mean, not like, here in Jess's house,
but you know, like
Yeah, me too.
Look, I
San Francisco's a great city,
but I kinda hate it.
'Cause, you know, you're not here.
I really miss you, Iz.
That's so sweet. Puppy love.
Yeah. Hey.
Hey, Ethan. Really, I think I should go.
Okay, well, have fun
and, like, be careful.
- Yeah. Bye.
- Bye.
- Long-distance?
- What?
Nothing. Just ignore them.
It's just out of sight, out of mind.
Yeah, well, Ethan's not like that, so
Well, has he told you he loves you?
What? No.
And you haven't told him that you love him
because you are afraid
he won't say it back to you.
You know. I just
I just wish he'd stayed in Erie Harbor.
God. This is so embarrassing.
- No, it's not.
- It's okay, girl.
- Sorry.
- You know what?
I think I need a drink.
- You need a drink?
- Yeah.
- Okay.
- Okay.
Wait, so you're, like, a freshman, right?
She does not need a drink.
No. What? No, no, I want one. It's fine.
- Are you sure?
- Yeah.
Yeah, yeah, I'm sure.
- Thank you.
- Okay.
If he doesn't know what he's got,
then too bad.
Oh, God!
It really does not vibe
with hot chocolate.
No, or, like, with anything.
- Yeah.
- I'll never be sick of this song.
They don't know your boyfriend. You do.
Don't let what they're saying
get inside your head like that, okay?
Girls can get, like
Yeah. No, yeah, totally. Thanks.
Okay, who's ready for round two?
- Blame it on the juice.
- Juice.
Ain't my fault
That I'm out here gettin' loose
I'm the pudding in the proof.
Gotta blame it on the Goose.
Blame it on my juice.
See, buddy? I told you you'd be okay.
Hey, Walter.
Wanna come to work with me?
So, Walter, what are we gonna do today?
Write a story or mark down bullet points?
Think we should do that first, right?
Always smarter.
Okay, good news. Power's back on,
so school is open today.
Already heard, already published.
Hey, look, by the way,
I found an address on Wott Management.
Hey, you don't think they had
something to do with the break-in
at my office, do you?
- Oh, hey, there she is.
- Hey, how did you get home?
- I walked.
- Walked?
- What
- Really? You have fun?
- Yeah.
- Are you Hey, hold up.
Are you okay?
Mom, yeah, I just don't feel good.
Well, are you sick?
- Please. Mom, I'm fine.
- You don't look fine.
She looks like she's gonna puke.
And if you do, save it
because I can give it to Walter.
Iz, what's going on?
Come on, you smell like a frat house.
You know, honey.
Why don't you go upstairs
and get ready for school, okay?
And, hey, Ginny,
can you go with her, sweetie?
Thanks, Gin.
Guys, look,
I just want my bed, please? Okay.
No. No, not okay.
Were you drinking?
- Mom, no.
- Really?
- Come on, we both know that you were.
- Izzy?
Guys, please,
I just need my bed right now.
No. No, no bed.
No. We have school.
It's a school day, and you made a promise.
So you're gonna go upstairs
and get yourself ready for school.
All right, look.
Drink this. And then when you're done
with that, you drink it again,
and then when you're done with that,
you drink it again.
This is not the end of the conversation,
this is just the beginning.
I wanna talk to you
about this after school.
We want to talk to you,
but later when you're feeling better.
Yeah, okay.
So I'm not gonna ask them
anything directly,
- I just wanna get a feel for the place.
- Okay.
I don't know why,
but something doesn't feel right.
Hey, you wanna try that one?
There's only one thing I'm allergic to.
A specific strain of bulrushes.
There's only one place
of Erie Harbor that has them.
Oh, my God!
First the birds, now the fish?
- Just
- Hey, who are you calling?
Wott Management.
- Something is going on.
- I think you're right.
My contact at animal control said
there was no incident reported
at Woodruff Mansion,
- but that doesn't make any sense.
- Neither does this.
Did you guys see that?
See what?
So, what could this mean?
Means I need to get you kids out of here.
Come on. Go.
Hilde, come on.
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