In The Dark (2019) s01e04 Episode Script

The Graduate

Previously on In the Dark I'm Murphy.
I'm Tyson.
Oh, sorry.
Oh, my God.
Help! I'm gonna figure out who killed Tyson.
Because I owe him that.
Want to grab a drink?! No! Oh, come on! Fine.
One drink.
Darnell thinks you're bad news.
You might be bad news, too.
So weird that Tyson never told me he had a girlfriend.
Well, maybe you didn't know him as well as you thought.
He drew a little heart next to "Keira Shields.
" Maybe she knows what happened to Tyson.
I think he was in trouble.
He was not in trouble.
He was cheating on me.
What else do you know about this Jamie? Only that she lives in Madison.
Do you have this Jamie girl's number? Don't say I never gave you nothing.
- Mm-hmm.
- Mm-hmm.
Mwah.
Thanks for dinner, Mom.
It was delicious, as always.
Oh.
Hey.
Where you going? Nowhere.
Oh, I see.
You got a date? - No - You got a date.
Okay.
All right.
All right, yeah, you got me.
Okay.
At least pull your pants up.
What is this? Did Darnell put you up to this? Is this actually why you're going out tonight, Tyson? Don't lie to me, Tyson Parker.
You know you're gonna either end up dead or in jail for this.
- Call Jamie.
- Calling Jamie.
Murph, you've called this poor girl, like, 12 times today.
Well, Tyson was cheating on his girlfriend with her.
She might know who killed him.
She just did it again.
That little bitch.
I just thought I knew everything about Tyson.
You'll figure it out.
You will.
And, in the meantime, I'll make you all the pasta.
Yeah? Try this.
Mmm.
That's so good.
When did you know you wanted to be a chef, anyway? My mom passed when I was a kid.
So, I started cooking for my brother and pop.
And I don't know when I was cooking, it was the only time I wasn't sad.
So I just kept cooking.
Wow.
How many girls have you told that sob story to? Just the ones I wanted to have sex with.
- Yeah.
There it is.
- Wow.
This is nice.
Murphy must have a magic vagina.
Maybe I do.
Oh, my God, we have real wine glasses? Murphy, your napkin is on your right.
Here.
Uh, Jess, can you take this? Thank you.
Wine? - Thank you.
- Yeah.
Well, you forgot to cut up her pasta.
Thank you so much, Max.
I've already accepted that there's three people in my relationship.
You might want to do the same.
- Mmm.
- Oh, my God.
It's actually really good.
- Your water's right here.
- Max, "here" doesn't meannything.
Thank you.
Clark, Columbia, Crawford, Dane, Dunn, Door At some point, you're gonna have to get used to me being in your bed.
Hey, I lasted until 4:00 a.
m.
Then the sound of your heartbeat woke me up, and then I just started focusing on it.
And then I just started thinking, "What if it stops?" That's comforting.
What are you doing, anyway? I'm Jamie never answered.
So I'm trying to figure out where she lives.
And, of course, the Internet is a heaping pile of garbage that never helps me.
So Got to admit, it's a little bit of a relief that a, uh, regular civilian can't track down a teenage girl based on her phone number.
Come back to bed.
Regular civilian.
Text "That Cop.
" Begin new message.
"Are you home, question mark.
" - The opposite of "come back to bed.
" - I know this detective dude.
He has a police computer at his house.
Okay.
Oh, yeah.
Wait, wait, wait.
You're not you're not actually gonna break into his house, are you? Well, no.
Of course not.
Text from "That Cop.
" "Just left for work.
What's up?" Just making sure he's not home.
Why is there a soft and a hard shell? So that it's chewy and crunchy.
That's the brilliance.
Why is the cheese so liquid-y? Just stop talking and eat it.
Okay, I know you didn't come over here just to eat with me.
Why can't I lie to you? My dad says I'm surprisingly intimidating.
All right.
So, I'm trying to find out what happened to my friend.
And I was hoping that I could potentially, possibly use your dad's police computer.
Okay.
- Seriously? - Yeah.
Sounds way more exciting than what I was gonna do.
What is that? Sit on the couch while my babysitter watches Judge Judy.
Okay.
Thank you.
Cop software, please.
Uh, hack into mainframe.
Activate computer robot.
Uh, activate, uh Open police scanner.
Start police router.
Turn on m-motherboard.
Cyber police.
Trip the blue wire.
Trip the red wire.
Trigger cyber command.
- Wait.
- What? I've heard my dad mention something about "command center.
" Open command center.
Opening command center.
Please enter passcode.
Well, now what? Oh! I got this.
Yes! Yes! My birthday.
My dad is so basic.
Yeah.
All dudes are.
Hi.
- Hi.
- Hey, if you guys are having sex, go ahead.
Can't see you anyway.
But when you're done, can you take me to here? 1922 Glenhill Road.
Madison, Wisconsin.
What's that? Jamie's address.
Can you take me? We're gonna see Ani DiFranco.
Oh, God.
Be gayer.
How 'bout tomorrow? Tomorrow's puppy graduation day.
- Who cares? I need to get to Jamie.
- Murphy, I love you, but you sound insane.
You want me to ditch work and drive to Wisconsin, so you can track some girl who might be your link to a murderer? No.
Find another ride.
Max? You're gonna go with Max? Great.
What? - We like Max.
- Yeah.
As your, like, sex doll, maybe.
But not as someone competent enough to take you out of town, no.
Oh, my God, we're gonna be gone for, like, six hours.
You need to chill.
Can you please take Pretzel? Please.
No.
I have my cane, and Max.
Oh, yeah, yeah.
You're gonna let Max help you.
Wha-What? What is it? You know, you've known him for, I don't know, what, an hour? Do you have any idea how long it took you to let me hand you your water? Jess, I'm gonna be fine.
Okay? Fine.
But your phone is gonna die in, like, two seconds, so please give it to me because I need Max's number.
Thank you.
Cool car, Max.
Murphy didn't tell me you had such a small penis.
You've seen my penis.
Solid point.
Hey, don't look at me like that, okay? I feel you looking at me.
I'll be back in a few hours, all right? - Text me constantly, please.
- All right.
All right, relax, dude.
Okay, love you.
Bye.
Love you, too.
- Please drive safely.
- Okay.
It's puppy graduation day.
It's an exciting day for little Edward, huh? Mm-hmm.
Oh, I know how hard it is to give him up.
I mean, you've been fostering him for two years, but you have to know what a gift he's gonna be to his new owner.
Because he's finally ready to be a guide dog.
Yeah, actually, I-I'm not so sure, because he keeps begging for human food.
Jessica?! Where is Murphy? I cannot afford to be short-staffed today.
Oh, uh oh, no, we'll be fine.
Um, she, uh, had an emergency.
She's, um You're going to therapy? Yeah.
I found this disability psychologist in Northbrook.
Uh Shh! But the thing is, Dr Maxwell - Nice.
Nice.
- has a six-month waiting list.
But I there was a cancellation today.
So, I know how important graduation is, um, but, Mom, I'm tired of being a mess.
You know, I think I've really, uh I've really hit, uh, rock bottom.
Well, I have to say you've really surprised me.
That's a big deal, Murphy.
I'm I'm proud of you, honey.
I'm really proud of me, too.
Thanks, Mom.
Okay.
Bye.
Huh.
I think I need to turn right.
That'll get us straight to hell, which is where you belong.
Judge me all you want, but you do not know my mother.
What's up? You're like a mute today.
I'm fine.
For real.
Tyson tell me.
It's just my mom and I are going through it a bit.
Dude, come on.
This area's, like, my specialty.
Spill it.
It's nothing.
My mom just made me feel a little bad, that's all.
Yeah, moms are really good at that.
My mom said she loves me more than anything, but her favorite thing in the world is to make me feel like complete and total garbage.
So Okay.
Hey, uh have you ever met your biological mom? No.
I have no desire to.
Like, none? Well, I don't see you jumping to meet your jackass dad who abandoned you guys.
Yeah.
Here's the new case.
Jay Crawford.
He was shot at Arturo's Pizzeria about a month ago.
Have any leads? Well, we just got a list of witnesses.
A kid working the register, Kevin Masters, and frequent customer, Darnell James.
- I had them brought in.
- Darnell James? That's Tyson Parker's cousin, isn't it? Yeah, but don't go asking him questions about his missing cousin.
He's here on his own volition.
I don't want you pissing him off.
Well, I know, it's just the pizza place is around the corner from where Tyson dealt, and this happened the day before Tyson disappeared.
There could be a connection.
What? You just want to solve the Parker case 'cause you got it bad for that Murphy chick.
Yes, this is why we solve crimes: to get laid.
Yeah.
Sarcasm.
Textbook.
Get off my back.
When's the last time you had a date? Don't worry, I get mine.
Oh, no, we got Becker up in here.
Kevin, we're ready for you.
Careful with her.
She don't quit.
Your stupid car lasted a whole hour.
Well It's gonna need a push-start, which, unfortunately, requires two people.
I'm not a mathematician, but yeah, I happen to be another human being.
Oh, yeah? Okay, babe, now give her a push.
Okay.
Are you even trying? I'm pushing! Lean into it.
Let's go.
I am pushing! All right.
You got this.
Come on.
Okay, this is stupid.
I can't push.
Okay.
Well, um You're gonna have to steer.
Wait, like, the car? Yeah.
What? Okay.
All right, remember to pop the clutch.
Okay? - Pop the clutch.
I got it.
- Yeah.
And remind me, what is the clutch again? Just steer straight, pressing the brake, okay? - Got it.
- All right, babe, you got this.
Come on.
I'm driving.
I'm driving.
I'm driving.
I'm driving.
I'm driving.
Murphy, pop the clutch.
What? Pop the clu Brake! I don't know where the brake is.
Murphy! Max, help! I don't I don't know where the brake is! Brake! Brake! Babe! Babe, you okay? Hey.
- You good? You all right? - Yeah, I'm okay.
I drove.
- Yeah.
Yeah, you did.
- Yeah.
Yeah, I drove.
- That was really cool.
- You're really bad at it.
Yeah.
Sorry.
That was cool.
Come here.
Get in.
Yes, ma'am.
Oh.
Oh.
Be about a half hour to fix.
- Is this a 750 Double Pumper? - Hell yeah, it is.
- Yeah, my dad had one in his car.
- No way.
It's the best.
And it's all gold-plated.
- It's hands down the best.
- Yeah.
Oh, cool.
When's the part where you guys start humping the hood? 'Cause I'd like to not be here for that.
I'm gonna go to the bathroom.
You need some help? No, I've been peeing my whole life, dude.
Great.
Ew.
Ew, ew, ew.
Ow.
Murph? What are you doing on the floor? I don't know, Max.
What are you doing in the women's restroom? Here, let me help you.
No, I don't need your help.
I'm fine.
Can you please Can you just leave, please? Max, please.
Up.
Good boy.
- He always goes for the food, watch.
- This way.
Good boy.
- He's doing perfectly.
- Okay.
- Sit.
- Can I have a word? What? You want to tell me what's really going on with Murphy? Joy told me she's at therapy.
Come on.
- Mm-hmm.
Yeah.
She is.
- I didn't take second at the Deerfield YMCA Annual Poker Tournament by accident.
I know how to spot a tell.
Felix, I don't have a tell.
You wiggle your nose like the hot chick from Bewitched.
I do not.
You're doing it right now.
Fine.
Please don't tell Joy, but, uh, Murphy went to Madison with the new guy she's dating.
On puppy graduation day? All right, he's all set.
Excellent work.
Thank you.
Yay.
Jess, you have to fail him.
Because if he passes, I have to give him up and I can't.
- He's my best friend.
- Right.
Well, it's-it's gonna be okay.
And you've done a great job.
We're so proud of you.
- Yeah.
- And Yeah.
Yeah, there, there.
It's fine.
Just remember, you signed a contract and if you don't surrender Edward, we will sue you.
- Felix! - What? Come on, Gloria, let's go.
I'm just telling her she has no choice in the matter, so she might as well not even worry about it.
- You're an idiot.
- Okay, cool.
Oh, yeah.
Perfect.
Walk away, Jess.
This is a disaster.
Snacks aren't here, decorations aren't up, the cake's not ready, but don't worry about it! Oh, and by the way, I'm doing all of this by myself, because your roommate is off joyriding with her boyfriend! Murphy has a boyfriend? Um Nice.
Yeah, you're good to go.
Uh, do you mind pulling out of here? I got other cars to work on.
Wll, my girl's inside grabbing a snack.
Do you mind if I go get her? - Yeah, sure, but hurry.
- All right.
Actually I don't think she wants my help.
- Just tell her I moved the car.
- No problem.
Max? He moved the car over there.
Over there? Over where? Max? Max? Watch the road! What's your problem, huh? Sorry.
- Here, here, just grab my arm.
- I don't need your arm! We're in the middle of the street.
I can do it by myself.
Can you, though? No, Max.
I don't know how to cross the street.
So, thank God I met you, because I've been ne block my entire life.
Why won't the kid talk? Maybe because you don't do your damn job.
Is that how you're gonna play this? Are you gonna tell me yourself who shot Jay Crawford? He was a rival dealer, wasn't he? One of your dealers, Tyson Parker, recently went missing.
That's it.
If you're not gonna book me, I'm done here.
What was that? I'm doing my job.
Your job is to solve this case.
I'm gonna need you to learn to check your personal life at the door.
I'm bringing Kevin in again.
I don't want you here.
You're really gonna put that there? Your car smells like B.
O.
and weed.
It's basically an air freshener.
Call from Mom.
Maybe you should answer it.
Maybe you should stop telling me what to do.
- Oh, my God.
- What? I'm not telling you what to do, I'm just - I'm trying to help you.
- I don't want anyone to help me.
Murphy won't answer my calls, so you're gonna have to tell me.
Who's the guy? Uh No.
I'm not doing that.
Look, I'm sorry if I'm a little freaked out, but Murphy's off with a stranger.
Joy, I am telling you, she's absolutely fine.
I am not worried at all.
Jess.
You need to deal with Gloria.
She's feeding Edward french fries so he'll fail.
Damn it.
- Watch the dog.
Watch the dog.
- Yeah, yeah.
Right.
But what Okay.
I can't What about Murphy? Max Parish.
Don't judge me.
- Hi.
Can I help you? - Hi.
Yes.
I'm the one who's been calling you.
I'm a friend of Tyson Parker.
Who's Tyson Parker? Nice try.
Okay.
Hey.
Is everything okay, sweetheart? Yes, I-I'm just looking for Tyson.
He was a friend of your daughter's.
- No, he isn't.
- Go back inside, baby.
No.
No, no.
I need to talk to you for a second.
Please come back.
I need to talk to her.
Get off my property before I call the police.
Okay, well, that's a little aggressive.
I don't think we need to call the police.
Oh.
Okay.
What are you doing? Smoking the little bitch out.
She has to leave at some point.
Murphy, come on.
Her dad's about to call the cops.
So? We're not breaking any laws.
Look, you can either sit here with me, or you can go home.
Happy to Uber back to Chicago by myself.
Jess, take a look at this.
Yes? I found Max Parish.
This is the guy my daughter's with? How did you find him? His Instagram is revolting.
Is that Murphy? Is she okay? Is-is he still bothering her? No, he's Wait, what? How did you know he was bothering her? You went through my phone.
It was right there on the table.
That is a complete violation of privacy.
What were you doing? Forgive me, but my blind daughter is off with a naked alcoholic.
It is my right as a mother to know.
Kevin.
Was this the first time you saw a person get shot? I saw a man get shot for the first time when I was 11.
Right outside my bedroom window.
The next day, when the cops came, my brother told me not to talk to them.
He said he would take care of me and the cops wouldn't take care of me.
I bet Darnell said something like that to you.
Well my brother didn't protect me.
I saw five more people get shot by the time I turned 18.
Look, I know you're scared.
But I'm here for you.
I need you to tell me who shot Jay Crawford.
I don't know.
I was in the back when it happened, but there was someone there.
I think he saw who did it.
What's the big emergency? Why are you blowing up my phone? Yeah, um I wanted to say that I'm out.
What's that supposed to mean? I don't want to work for you anymore.
Ty you know you can't do that.
Come on, man.
I told you this when you begged me to hire you.
You're in, you're in.
That's it.
You understand me? Tyson, do you understand me? Yeah.
Look, I got to run.
You working tonight? Yeah, I'm working.
All right, man.
See you later.
Hey, what you doing here? Yo, Crawford.
What's up, man? Tyson? - You all right? - Yeah.
All right, come on, come on, come on.
Let's go, let's go.
Come on, come on.
Oh, it's the dad.
You know what? I told you to leave.
- Now I am gonna call the police.
- Sorry, sir.
We'll go.
No, we're not going anywhere.
We're not leaving until I talk to your daughter about Tyson.
Jamie! I know what you were doing with Tyson! - Jamie! - Stop! Stop.
I'm Jamie.
You're the one Tyson was - cheating on his girlfriend with? - No.
I'm his father.
So, Tyson found you.
You're the one he was sneaking off to Madison to see.
I thought, I thought you guys had never met.
He found me a few months ago.
We've been in touch ever since.
Now wha-what are you guys doing here? He's, um He's dead.
What? Yeah, so you don't need to worry about him ruining your perfect life here.
Murphy.
Wait a minute, what did you say? I sid I found Tyson lying dead in Chicago, two weeks ago.
His body hasn't been found yet.
We're just trying to figure out what happened to him.
No, that's impossible.
I spoke to him on the phone a couple days ago, so I know he's not dead and I certainly know he's not in Chicago.
Wait, you talked to Tyson? Where is he? No idea and he wouldn't tell me.
What I do know is that he skipped town.
For good.
Quit his job at the flower shop, sold his stuff and everything.
Dad? Look, I'll tell you this.
I got to go.
But Tyson left Chicago and he doesn't want to be found.
You think he was lying? I don't know.
Seemed genuine.
It's just the one thing I thought I knew for sure was that I found Tyson dead that night.
And as it turns out, if if Jamie is telling the truth, then maybe he's alive? It doesn't make, it doesn't make sense.
It doesn't doesn't make sense.
It's a possibility, though.
What about all the other stuff, like Tyson that he ran away and that he worked at a flower shop? That he, he doesn't want to be found? Um This is insane.
Maybe not.
You keep saying maybe you didn't know Tyson - as well as you thought.
- Clearly.
Thank you for reminding me I barely knew my friend.
Look, I'm-I'm just saying, okay? If what Jamie said is true, Tyson could be alive.
Can we stop for dinner? What are you in the mood for? Alcohol.
Come on, Edward.
Gloria, do not leave with that dog.
That is a $50,000 dog.
Come on.
- Go, go, go, go, go.
- Gloria.
- Come on.
- Gloria! Let me talk Gloria, open the door.
Felix, make sure she doesn't leave.
Gloria, get out of the car.
I don't know what to do.
- Oh, okay.
Yeah, I'm on it.
Hey! - Wait.
Joy.
Joy, Joy, Joy.
Whoa, whoa, hey.
Where are you going? Well, I have to go to Madison, I-I don't - I don't know what else to do.
- Okay, Joy.
Breathe.
She's fine; I just talked to her.
- She's on her way back.
- Oh, thank God.
She's on 90 outside of Rockford.
Oh I understand Well, that's odd.
What? I've never heard Murphy use the name of a road in her life.
It's always, "Some highway, Mom.
" Tell me how I can help.
Did you really talk to her? No, but I know where she is.
I-I understand.
- But, listen, Gloria - I s sort of track her using an app.
Does she know you track her? I downloaded it onto her phone while she was passed out dru sleeping.
Now, Jess.
Some would say that is a total violation of privacy.
I work here I know.
I'm you.
I just, I really worry about her, you know? Get in line, kiddo.
I had I raised a cactus one time.
- A what? - I-I know you have, too.
I just want to go home with my dog! But we're not her, are we? I think we might be.
Step away from the car.
I'm not moving from the-the car.
It's getting late.
We should probably head back.
No, no, no.
Hang on.
What can I get for you? Food.
What do you have? All the food is on the buffet.
You brought me to a buffet? You said alcohol.
And now I'm hungry.
Do you need some help? - No.
- No, ma'am.
No.
- Murph, your cane.
- I can hear the ch-china.
Excuse me, sorry.
These are mashed potatoes, right? Yes, dear.
Good day! Try these? This is good.
Oh, seriously? Okay.
Stop.
Stop, stop.
Stop, stop, stop, stop.
Let me in here.
Here.
- I didn't get any yet.
- No, I know you didn't get any.
- Let me help you.
- I can do it by myself.
- Come on, please.
Look.
- I don't need your help.
- Let me just - I can do it myself! Okay, okay.
Maybe it's time for you guys to call it a day, huh? - Uh, we're not leaving.
- Oh, look Don't touch me.
Dude, she said don't touch her, all right? - Oh.
Now would you? - Don't touch me! - Don't touch her, all right? - Don't touch me.
- Ow.
- Max? Can't believe you're this mad at me.
Uh, they're pressing charges.
For what? Pushing a guy? Calm down.
You think everyone around you is impossible, but maybe, just maybe you're the impossible one.
- Oh.
- Now I'm going to jail because you refuse to let anyone help you.
Relax.
You're being dramatic, okay? They'll probably let you off with a warning or something.
No, they won't.
Murphy, I have priors.
Are you serious? Yeah, I mean, nothing major.
- Cocaine possession.
- Mm-hmm.
I stole a car once.
Wow, all this talk about keeping me safe, and the whole time, I was on the road with a criminal.
Nice.
And that's why this is a bigger deal than it is, okay? You might have to take that Uber back to Chicago after all.
Do you have any idea how expensive that would be? I'll handle this.
Murph? - Murphy? - Officer? What are you doing? - Ma'am? - Thank God.
Thank God you're here.
Where-where are you? I'm actually in the middle of questioning the manager here.
I'll get to you in a second.
You mean, um, the manager who didn't offer me a braille menu? The manager whose buffet isn't handicap accessible? Are you talking about the manager who assaulted me because I was unable to navigate the buffet due to my disability? 'Cause, I mean, it's no wonder we got a little testy here.
But anyway, my-my lawyer's on his way here, so he'll be happy to answer any of your questions, okay? Okay.
Gentlemen.
That uptight guy with the hair already took my keys.
But I can't give Edward back.
He's like my son.
I get it.
I have a daughter.
I mean, she's-she's rude, selfish, sarcastic, but under all that, she's well, that.
I'm not following.
Edward's perfect.
Well, Murphy isn't.
But I love her more than anything.
And it dawned on me today that eventually, I'm gonna lose her, to some dude.
No one is ever gonna live up to your expectations, but there comes a time where you have to let them go.
No.
I'm keeping him.
Damn it.
It started bleeding again.
Um, can you check to see if there's a napkin? Oh, wait.
Here, use this.
Hey, it works.
What why are you laughing at me? You can't even see me.
Because you have a hot dog shoved up your nose.
It's not that hard to picture.
Ah Look, I don't know what I'm doing with this whole dating thing.
What, you? I'm shocked.
I'm just trying to make your life a little easier.
You know? I don't want you to be my caretaker.
I get that.
I do.
Um It's a little more than that.
What? You can't sleep the entire night you're with me, you won't let me visit you at work, you just At my work? That's why you're upset? 'Cause you haven't seen my work? You know everything about where I work.
Okay, fine.
You want to see where I work, well all right, let's jump into the deep end, dude.
Puppy graduation ends in one hour.
That is my job.
Puppy graduation.
I love puppies.
And it's led by my mom.
Even better.
Let's do it.
This is it, huh? You're the one who wanted to see it so bad.
Just stay here and don't talk to anyone, okay? I'm just gonna go find my mom and warn her that you're here.
Okay.
Okay.
Oh.
And you must be Murphy's boy toy.
Uh boy toy, huh? Um, I'm sorry.
Who are you? Don't pretend like you don't know exactly who I am.
Felix.
I'm the one who makes everything happen around here.
Cool.
Um, can you make a, make a shirt happen? Duh.
Let's see, uh, we're about the same size, I guess.
Yeah, sure.
Uh Mom? Oh.
You're the daughter.
I'm just trying to find out where that guy put my keys.
Your mom is outside.
Okay.
Hey, buddy.
Hi.
I missed you, too.
I brought you some food.
Is-is that your guide dog? Yeah, he's kind of a pain in the ass, but I need him.
Well, he's been here all day, so you don't really need him.
Uh, well, I actually almost died today, but if this dumb dog was there, that wouldn't have happened.
What? I'm just not, like, very good at letting people help me.
They have all this compassion and pity and you know, dogs don't really have that, because they're stupid.
You're so stupid.
You're one of the puppy raisers? I am.
Uh, well, I was.
Super decent what you guys do.
Thanks.
- Wow.
This is, like, legit.
- Cool.
- You got a stage, dogs.
- Yep.
- Ooh, cookies.
- Hello.
Hello.
You must be Dr.
Maxwell.
Nice to meet you.
Uh, can you excuse us, please, - so she can yell at me in private? - No, wait.
Stay.
Whatever you said to Gloria, she gave up Edward.
Ironically, you show up, uh, covered in food? Two hours late, and you saved us $50,000.
I deserve a cookie.
She's the worst, isn't she? Yeah, she is.
You're welcome.
Damn.
Get a maid or something.
Can we at least stay at my place? I thought you were gonna be home an hour ago.
Well, work was crazy today, as I'm sure you're well aware.
Tyson witnessed the Crawford murder, and you didn't tell me.
You know we got to keep work out of this.
It's better for both of us.
- Come on, baby.
Just come to bed.
- Mm Come on.
I'm still in my clothes.
That's the problem.
So, your first trip outside of Chicago without me or your parents was A disaster.
Yeah.
I figured.
Why are you the only one who can handle me? Oh, my God.
It took us eight years before I was able to pour your cereal without you Drop-kicking me off a bridge.
Shut up.
Sorry.
You'll get there with him.
Just be patient.
What about Tyson? His dad thinks he's alive.
But, Jess I know it was him in that alley.
So I just have to figure out if he's alive or dead.