In The Dark (2019) s03e02 Episode Script

I Know What You Did Last Night

1 Don't we need, like, IDs or passports or something? Yep.
I use a guy in Minnesota to print those.
Take your pictures in a second, and he'll have them finished by tonight.
Meantime here's the information.
- Memorize it.
- I'll take hers.
"Gordon Howard"? - Thank you.
- It's better than "Felix.
" What's mine? "Lorri Benson.
" Yeah, it looks like I'm "Jennifer Walker.
" Jennifer Walker? Okay.
I'm sorry, but is there a reason that my name is, like, two bad first names? Is-is it too late? Like, have they already gone to print? - You said 30 grand? - Yep.
You'll pay my guy up north.
You'll meet Jason tonight at Lefty's Lodge in Littlefork.
- Yeah.
- He's the bartender there.
Just so you know, you'll have to spend tonight on this side of the border; Canadian station doesn't open till 8:00 a.
You know you're gonna have to get some paperwork for that dog, though, right? I don't do that.
Uh, totally.
We got that covered.
So you said Jason, Lefty's Lodge What was the town? - Littlefork.
- Littlefork, thank you.
Last I heard, you were out of the game.
Living in the suburbs.
Yeah, well, um recent events brought me back to the city.
Nia's body surfaced.
I heard.
Have a seat.
And I'm guessing you want her business, which is why you called me here.
I'll be informing Mateo that I'll be the one selling his supply.
But I'm gonna need more manpower if I'm gonna move that much product and be able to pay him back.
I can get you all Nia's people.
Under one condition.
Tell them not to worry about trying to find out who killed Nia.
They need to focus on your business, not revenge.
Make it an order.
If you want me to protect Murphy and them, just ask.
You know? They stole Nia's entire shipment of heroin and gave it to me.
They're still alive.
Nia's not.
It's not hard to piece together.
My question is why are you so desperate to protect the people that killed your sister? Turns out my sister never had any desire to protect me.
And I just don't want any more blood on my hands.
I've added our contacts to each of these phones.
Here you go.
And, Lorri, I have added voice command for you, and put us all on speed dial, okay? Me Gordon number one, Jennifer, number two, and Kyle is number three.
- Can you put Darnell's number in mine? - No.
We don't want any link to Darnell, because Felix, he promised he'd let us know if Nia's people were coming after us.
So he needs to be able to get in touch with me.
- I get it.
- Yeah, and by the way, - where in Canada are we going? - That's the other thing.
I think we need to cross, um, by bus, separately.
S Separately? Yeah.
I mean, the cops are looking for a blind woman and three of her friends, so it's obviously gonna be harder to find us individually.
Well, then, where are we gonna meet up? I don't think we do meet up.
For a while anyway A year to be safe.
A year?! Works for me.
Max, I understand that you're mad and having a little pissy fit, and I get it, but I can't be alone! I'm not mad.
I'm just happy not to be around you.
Well, splitting up for a year isn't really an option for me.
So Jess has to stay with me.
We won't get caught, but I-I need her.
Yeah, that's the only way it's gonna work.
Fine, you guys have to cross the border into Canada separately.
You can meet up once you're there.
You got it? - Murphy? - Whatever! Fine.
You deliberately went against my orders.
I told you to hold off.
- Now I have to explain this to my boss.
- Sir Listen to me, I don't even know your name.
- It's Josh Wa - She's coming.
You let me do all the talking.
Do you understand? Hello, gentlemen.
Thank you for coming in at the last minute.
I got to say, waking up to the news that Nia Bailey's body's been found really made my day.
- I'm glad to hear it.
- I do have some questions though.
Of course, anything.
You want to tell me why you were out looking for Nia Bailey's body off-duty? With a gardening shovel? And this guy, who isn't even a cop? - Oh, he's not part of it.
- I was talking to Clemens.
So? Because we, uh we never got approval for a search crew.
I can't approve every hunch.
I was wrong about this.
I understand.
But I've put my best homicide guys on this.
No, no.
As impressed as I am with their solve rate of 32% I'd like to keep Clemens on the case.
Ma'am, he works in narcotics.
Well, I'm transferring him to homicide.
I trust you to pick your team.
Uh, if it's okay with you, I would like to continue to work with Josh Wallace here.
He-he used to work for IRS CI.
He knows more about Nia Bailey than anyone.
And he is the only reason why we found her body to begin with.
Works for me.
- He can consult.
- Wait, uh, that's very nice.
And I would love to come on board, but I do feel like I should be up-front.
I'm losing my eyesight.
I don't care.
Have a good one.
Your boy just got promoted.
Okay, just Is Max still getting gas? Yep.
This is so brutal.
I know, Murph.
I just I get it.
We're giving up our entire lives, so it makes sense that you would, you know, feel that way.
What? No, I'm ta I'm No.
I'm talking about Max.
I mean, I can deal with him being mad I have but this is not this is bad.
He this is like he wants nothing to do with me.
Yeah, well, he'll probably get over it.
I-I mean, probably, eventually, but I don't really have time.
Because if this is our last night together, I can't leave things like this.
I need to get him to stop being a baby and talk to me.
I can't, I can'tdo this.
Okay, well, why don't you get him drunk.
I mean, maybe he'll forget how much he hates you.
It'd take a lot of alcohol, but, yeah, I could try.
Do they have, like, tequila? 'Cause that makes him horny.
Thought you only needed water.
Uh well, since it's our last night together, I thought maybe we'd have a little soirée.
Well, we found a motel by the border.
Let's go.
Uh, hey, guys, there's a pay phone over there, if we want to call our parents.
Everyone remember the story? Yeah.
Hi, Mom, it's me.
Uh, yeah, I'm good.
I I'm fine.
I just want to tell you that I'm gonna be gone for a while.
Well, Guiding Hope, uh, actually closed down.
And, um, so, we're all, we're all gonna sort of take some time off together.
Yeah, just, you know, hiking with some friends.
We're hiking the Appalachian Trail.
You know, just have some time, reflect and travel and, you know, maybe-maybe gain a new perspective on life.
If you and Dad could close up Guiding Hope, that'd be great.
I love you guys so much.
And I'm I really miss you.
I know I don't say that a lot, but I'm saying it now, okay? I love you, Mom.
Okay, Mom, I'm-I'm gonna hang up.
I'm hanging up, Mom.
I'll try to call you I'll I'll try to call you from the trail.
Oh, God.
- Uh, here you go.
- Ooh.
- Thank you.
- Yeah, no problem.
I, uh I'm officially on the Nia Bailey case, - despite the chief trying - Ooh! To kick me off at every turn.
Yeah, well, that's because he knows it'll get Murphy Mason too close for comfort.
I feel like I could just expedite this whole process, and go straight to the superintendent about Chief Alper.
She-she seems like she likes me.
Yeah, she only likes you because you found the body of a huge drug dealer.
She is just like him It's all optics.
But if she finds out one of her chiefs is dirty, though? Then it'll make her look terrible.
Your best bet is finding hard evidence against the chief.
And your only lead is Murphy Mason.
But she fled.
Then find her.
Can I help you? Ms.
Mason, we're from Chicago PD.
We just have a few questions for you.
It's about Murphy.
- What's going on? - Uh, I'm Gene Clemens.
- Uh-huh.
- I'm Josh Wallace.
And, uh, we're trying to locate your daughter.
Is she okay? She's actually wanted in a murder investigation.
That's not, uh No, that's-that's not possible.
It is, actually.
She and her friends were trafficking drugs out of Guiding Hope for Nia Bailey, a high-profile drug dealer.
Now we have reason to believe that they killed her and are now on the run.
What? Uh No, uh, I don't think - you have the - Have you heard from her at all? Maybe know where she might be? She's hiking the Appalachian Trail.
With her friends.
That's all Ma'am, it's clear you've been crying.
I don't think you'd be this upset if you really thought that your daughter was just going on a hiking trip.
Can I ask what number she called from to tell you about this bogus Appalachian Trail story? Her cell.
Look, Mrs.
Mason, Murphy is in danger.
This woman they killed, she has a lot of people out there who want revenge.
If we can get to her before they can, yes, we will have to put her behind bars - Oh, my - but at least she'll be alive.
We can protect her.
And it's a far better outcome than the alternative.
Trust me.
Now, did she call from that cell? Because our records show that she hasn't made any outgoing phone calls in the last two days.
Yeah, it was her cell.
Okay? Uh Look, I need to, uh, get to sleep, so - It's late.
- Okay.
Uh, I know this is incredibly unprofessional, but would you mind if I used your bathroom? It's, uh, right down the hall.
Would you mind lending me a hand? This way.
Thank you.
Good night.
- Did you get it? - Get what? The number on her phone.
That's what the whole bathroom thing was about.
- Did you not see me pointing? - Oh, man, I thought that you just really had to pee.
You had all that iced tea on the way over here, so I just thought that The phone number is how we're gonna track Murphy.
Yeah, yeah, no, I know, I know.
You just It's right here on my hand.
You're too easy.
The area code's in northern Minnesota.
Think they're going to Canada? Hundo P.
Isn't that what you say? Hundo P.
That is what I say.
I'll grab the passports from that Jason guy.
Be back in a few hours.
Yeah, maybe maybe bring Murphy or Jess with you, though.
I'll take care of the Pretzel paperwork.
Um, just 'cause you've been driving so much.
I don't want you to fall asleep on the road.
- I'm good.
- He's afraid you're gonna ditch us.
No, I didn't say that.
I'm just a fan of the buddy system.
You know? Personally, I think it's a tried-and-true system Very reliable.
- Uh very good system.
- It's fine.
I'll-I'll-I'll go.
No, thanks.
If you guys don't trust me, Jess can come with me, okay? We're gonna be late, Jess.
Let's go.
Well, um hurry up.
Uh, hurry back, or we'll start drinking without you guys.
I sure will.
Uh, I reserved a Two rooms under the name Gordon Howard.
Never met a Gordon under like a hundred.
Family name.
We call him, uh, Gordo.
Should get your boyfriend to spring for a nicer hotel.
Well, maybe her boyfriend is saving up for a nice house that we're gonna all that we're gonna live in someday.
That's 58 bucks for each room.
Just call it 60.
- Thank you.
- No problem.
Need you to sign in here, Gordo.
Room three.
I'm the only one working, so you can ring me if you need anything.
I'll keep your friend's key here at the front desk.
Thank you.
- Thanks.
- Enjoy.
So, who'd you call at the at the gas station? My dad.
Yeah, how'd that go? - It's good.
- Good.
I don't know, just hearing my mom's voice, I just I just wanted to give her a really big hug, you know? I'm sorry.
That was really insensitive.
- I'm sorry.
- It's fine.
- It's-it's fine.
- Okay.
My mom died a long time ago, Jess.
Don't worry about it.
So, what are you gonna do when you get to Canada? Um, find a job as a line cook somewhere.
Save enough money to maybe open up my own restaurant, you know? Yeah.
That sounds great.
What kind of restaurant? Nothing fancy.
Just really good diner food.
Pancakes, hash browns, that kind of thing.
That sounds good.
Yeah, the whole thing actually sounds really nice right now.
Kind of looking forward to it.
They called from Silverdale at 9:00 p.
Closest border crossing is International Falls, which is an hour and a half away, and it closes at 10:00.
So they're still on this side of the border.
Oh, wait, wait, wait.
Just got security photos from the time of the call.
There they are, baby.
Well, I can't make out the license plate.
Enhance it.
- Uh, no, that's not a real thing.
- Oh.
All right, so, look, we'll get the word out to local cops and border patrol in International Falls, tell them to be on the lookout for an orange I think that's an Aztek.
Tell them to check motels, big parking lots, anywhere where they can spend the night.
On it.
I'm gonna get you.
Do you know if this place has, like, an ice machine or something? Oh, yeah, ice.
That'll solve all your problems with Max.
- Shut up, Felix.
- No, really, I think, once he sees this spread of tequila and pork rinds, he's just gonna be like, "Wow, Murphy, as a chef, you really get me.
- I love you so much.
" - I know you think it's stupid, but I really need to fix things with him.
I can't believe this is what you're thinking about right now.
I just need him to forgive me.
Can we please can you please help me get some ice? Yeah.
Come on, good boy.
And let's print the paper that lady was talking about for him.
Do you have it? It's just his vaccination forms.
I can download 'em.
Hello again.
Do you have, uh, some sort of business center? Does it look like we have a business center? Uh, could we use your computer? I'm not supposed to let guests use it.
Let's just go to Kinko's or something.
- Um - There's no Kinko's around here.
It's just, uh like, one - it's just one tiny paper.
- I can't.
My parents own this place.
They'd kill me if anything happened to the computer.
- Okay.
- I'm sorry.
It's all right.
It's not your fault.
Um But do you mind actually taking out our trash? 'Cause it's-it's full.
- Sure.
- And, um we will run to the car 'cause I want to get my wallet, um, so we can give her a proper tip Like, more than two dollars this time.
- Yeah.
- Okay, we'll be right back.
- Yeah, I'll walk you out.
- Find outside.
Find outside.
Now I have to give her a big tip, by the way.
Oh, my God, you're so cheap.
- Just print it.
- Okay.
Guiding Hope.
And Pretzel and print.
Oh, perfect.
Okay, I'll distract her.
Just grab that when it's done, okay? In like ten years? Hey! Uh Happy I ran into you.
A question about the television.
Come here, buddy.
Come here.
Good boy.
- Hi.
- Hi.
Uh, I'm Officer Brandt.
Uh, I'm looking for a blind girl and three friends traveling in an orange Pontiac Aztek.
Um okay.
I haven't, uh I haven't seen anyone, um, that-that looks like that, but, um, if you do want to leave your information, I'm happy to let you know if, uh, anything turns up.
Uh, yeah, though I actually talked to one of the guests outside, and they-they said they saw an orange Pontiac Aztek in the parking lot a little while ago.
- Really? - Yeah.
Um, if there was, I don't see one anymore.
So maybe they Yeah, I don't know.
- Huh.
- I don't see one, but Uh, well, if you don't mind, I'm just gonna hang around.
- Okay.
- See if the-the Aztek comes back.
No problem.
All good.
- Cute dog.
- Thank you.
He, uh Yeah, he's a good boy.
Job kind of sucks, so at least I get to, uh, bring him to work.
I'm gonna call my colleague and see if, um, he has seen a blind girl, and you said how many? - Three.
- Three friends? Three friends.
Yeah, just give me a sec.
So, my screen's broken, so I have to use this, uh this, uh, dumb robot voice.
Wow, I didn't even know our phones could do that.
Uh, s Here we go.
Um, s call speed dial one.
Yeah, I'm just, uh pretty into s-sports, so just want to make sure that the-the signal's not gonna be, uh, in-interrupted.
For sure.
Excuse me.
Uh, hi.
This is Amber calling from the front desk.
There is a cop here who's looking for a blind girl and three of her friends.
I was just wondering, did you see anyone that fits that description? No, I have not.
Uh, okay, well, he's going to stick around, um, so I'll just keep manning the front desk, and you just keep doing what you're doing.
And please alert the rest of the staff that he's looking for an orange, um - Pontiac Aztek.
- Pontiac Aztek.
Seems okay to me.
Uh sorry.
I just I have to send my GF a quick text real quick.
She's getting us food.
She doesn't need you to go with her? No, she's a independent woman.
Okay, I better go.
Uh, actually, would you mind checking out the hot water? Oh, my God.
You are seriously the most high-maintenance guest we've ever had.
- Pull over.
- Why? Because the cops the cops are looking for us and we have to ditch the car.
No, we're not gonna No, we're not ditching the car.
Okay? We got to meet there in an hour.
Max, they know what car we're driving, - so we need to - I don't care if they know! I need that passport, Jess! Max, just pull over.
- Pull over! - Fine.
You check Uber.
- I will check cabs.
- Great.
Uber doesn't even exist here.
Yeah, and the only cab company is closed until morning.
- What? - I'll take the car.
I don't care.
No, Max, the cops are looking for it.
I locked the keys in the car.
- Best night of my life! - Okay.
- Just - Y-You know what? We'll just hitchhike there or something.
Um, are you k I'm not hitchhiking.
Look, whatever, Jess! Okay, I'll just go alone.
If I get arrested, I get arrested.
- No, Max, please - Don't touch me, Jess! - Okay - Back away! She said we have to be there by 9:00.
I don't know what we're gonna do.
Okay, you know what? Here.
Here Okay.
Um You know what? I have a plan.
- Lefty's Lodge.
This is Jason.
- Hi.
We're on our way to, uh, pick something up - From Cindy? - Yes.
Yeah, so, look, we ran into some car trouble, and it looks like we're not gonna be able to make it tonight, so I was just wondering if maybe we could You can come to my place in the morning.
- I'll text you the address.
- Great.
Yeah, that's fantastic.
Thank you so much.
We'll see you tomorrow.
Okay, bye.
- Oh, my God.
- We're good.
Oh, my God, okay.
Well, let's-let's Wha - Okay, okay.
- Oh.
Um - Uh, yeah, I saw a motel a couple - Yeah.
Uh, yeah.
- Couple miles.
Do you want to go there? - Yeah.
Crash in it? Okay.
- It was freezing earlier.
- Yeah.
Well, it looks like it magically got fixed.
No, no, no.
Don't go.
Uh I know what you're doing.
I'm not doing anything.
Is that right? Uh Well, I'm sorry that I, uh, sort of freaked out back there.
It's okay.
You don't have to be sorry.
I know that we're not, like, best friends - Huh - by any means, but you can talk to me.
Even if it's about Murphy.
- No No, no, it's - It's fine.
It's not about that.
I'm done with Murphy.
The thing is, is I, uh, I didn't call my dad.
At the gas station.
Who did, who did you call? No one.
Just pretended to.
There's not a single person that would even come looking for me.
That's not true.
Know what? It's, it honestly, it's fine, because I was standing in that phone booth realizing that I had absolutely nobody, and then I just thought why am I even mad I'm throwing this life away? You know? Like, I-I should be excited that I get a chance to start a new life.
- Right? - Yeah.
You deserve that.
You really do.
But you know Murphy does love you.
Jess, I-I I helped you bury two bodies and she dumped me that night.
And you're a good friend to her, Jess, you know that? No, no, no, I'm-I'm serious.
I mean, you of all people know how selfish she can be, and you're just, like, still loyal.
Yeah, I know.
That's just who I am.
You're like me.
You know? You like to take care of people.
I know.
It sucks.
Yes, it does, but - that is why I'm done.
- You're done? - I'm done.
- Uh-huh.
So you did you see Murphy? She was like, "So, Max, um Let's talk about this.
Let's do this.
" - And I'm just like Just like - I did see Yes.
" It felt so good.
Yeah, that sounds like heaven.
You should just do it, you know? The next time she demands your attention, just don't give it to her.
Sorry about the wait, guys.
- Can I get you two something to drink? - Um Yeah, can I get a gin and tonic, please? - Sure.
And for you? - Uh - Tequila.
- All right.
You got it.
- Come on.
- I didn't I didn't say anything.
- You were about to say something.
- Nope, - Yes, you were.
- I No.
I'm gonna, I'm gonna call, um, Murphy and Felix and tell them that we're not coming back tonight.
Call from Hello? - Hey.
- Hi.
Did you hear what's going on? Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, we ditched the car.
Listen, we're not gonna make it back tonight.
Looks like we're gonna have to get the passports tomorrow, so Sorry.
And that's okay? He was cool with that? Yeah, it's fine, don't worry.
Um, okay.
Can I just, can I just talk to Max real quick? He-he went to bed.
He was really tired.
Um Yeah, whatever.
I'll, uh just see you tomorrow.
Yeah, yeah.
See you tomorrow.
All right, bye.
Hmm, five letters.
Rifle? Nope.
No, that's not it.
The front desk is closing.
I don't think they're they're here.
All right.
I'll head out.
Drive safe.
Well, uh, I'm a little too tired to drive home, so probably just gonna crash here.
It's kind of one of the perks.
Okay, well, thanks for your help.
- Night.
- Good night.
Actually the roads look pretty bad.
May as well wait out my shift here if that's okay.
No problem.
Good night.
You, too.
Um You can j You uh just let yourself out whenever you're ready.
All righty.
- Take off your pants.
- Yeah.
Oh, hey.
Oh, my God.
I'm so sorry.
I should go.
Plea uh, stay.
- What? - No, I'm-I'm I'm cool with this.
- So there's no need to go.
- Uh Seriously.
U-Um How about some whiskey? - Um - Whiskey? - Uh, yes.
- Yes.
- Okay.
- Would you like some whiskey, honey? - Yeah, please.
- So, wait, sorry.
You're So, you're not mad? No.
No, no.
No, we, uh We Yeah, no.
Doesn't bother me.
Thank you.
Thanks so much.
Um, okay, so D-Do you guys do this a lot? U-Uh, if it's the right person.
- I mean We have.
- Sometimes, yeah.
- We have.
- I mean - Well, wow - We keep it We keep it, like, you know, just loose.
And you know? Well, I'm-I'm flattered.
Uh, okay.
All right, I'm down.
- Right on.
Let's do it.
- I feel like maybe, uh, you and I should go have a little sidebar? You relax.
Uh, there's some pork rinds and, uh, other things.
Be right back.
What are you doing here? - Did the cop leave? - No, he did not leave.
- Then what are you doing here? - I tried to get him to leave, by saying the front desk was closing, but it didn't work.
We're in a real situation, Murphy.
How are we gonna get out of this one? - How are we getting out of this? - Y-You're the first guy to ever try to get out of a threesome.
You actually, you actually want to do this? - Do you? - It's either that or we send her back to the desk where a cop asks her if she has seen a blind girl.
It's-it's just it's just sex.
It's not just sex, Murphy.
It's extremely complicated.
- It's literally two bodies - Three bodies.
- Three bodies - Three bodies.
making each other feel good and then it's over.
What? Are you, like Are you into me like that, or? No.
I'm sorry.
Okay, a simple no would have sufficed, Murphy, you don't have to you know.
You just seem pretty gung ho is all.
I just really don't think we have another option, Felix.
And plus, I was really set on, um, having sex with Max tonight.
Um But he's not here.
You are.
So it'd kind of just be killing two birds with one, um you know, one It's good.
No, good, I'm glad glad to hear that I am nothing more than a mere body for you to masturbate against, while I consider you - one of my best friends.
- Come on.
And you know what, I wasn't gonna bring this up, but I've been trying very hard not to be offended by the fact that you seem so upset that Max is gonna be gone for a year and you're not gonna see him, but you don't seem to give a crap about the fact you're not gonna see me for a year.
You don't think I give a crap, Felix? - I don't know.
I don't know.
- You don't think I give a crap? I've been able to hang out with your dumb face every single day, and I'm not gonna be able to do that.
And it sucks, and I I can't even I can't even I don't even want to, want to think about it, okay? Are you being for real right now? Yes, I'm being for real.
You're one of my best friends, too, idiot.
Guys, is everything okay? Yeah.
One sec.
Okay, no making fun of me during it.
Just don't do anything weird and I won't.
Let's go.
See, I don't know what you're talking about - because this town seems nice.
- Nice? - Mm.
- It's the worst.
There's literally nothing to do here.
Well, this is my only night here, so I'll just have to take your word for it.
Well, we're about to close, but if you want to stick around, I can take down anything from the top shelf.
My boss is a drunk, he'll just assume he drank it.
Sounds good.
See? New life looking good already.
I'm not gonna, like, high-five you or anything.
Duly noted.
All right, I'm gonna leave you to it.
You guys sure we're good? - We-we don't have to do this.
- Oh, no.
- Yeah, no, we want to.
- We really do.
Yeah, no.
Um come here.
I should get back to work.
- No.
Just sleep.
- Shh Sleep.
I can go, uh, check if there's anybody out there.
You-you sure? Oh, yeah.
I'd say you're a gentleman, but we both know that's not true, right? Open it, open it.
Come on.
Okay, just wait here.
We'll be right back.
Hello? Great.
We're good.
Let's go.
Thank you.
We're three border crossings over from where they think we are, so hopefully there are no cops here, but keep your eyes peeled.
So, you know where you're going once you get to Canada? Uh, Toronto.
There's a bus that goes to Toronto? Uh, no, uh, some place called Thunder Bay.
I fly out of a Th-they have a place called, uh, Thunder-Thunder Bay.
That's uh, that's pretty much as far as I've gotten.
What ab How about you? - Winnipeg.
- Okay.
You know, called ahead and got a job as a line cook at a diner.
Th-That's good.
That's good.
Uh, so, yeah, I think, uh Let's all remember the plan.
We have our burner phones, but don't use them.
We'll call each other in a year and meet up then.
Okay? And, uh, no contacting each other until then.
It's just what's best for all of us.
Okay, well, it's a year.
Um, it'll go by fast.
No biggie.
Um, should we sit? Yeah.
Max, are you seriously not gonna talk to me at all? What do you want me to say? Um, I know I messed up, okay? I always mess up, but I mean you know how I feel about you.
I told you I wasn't coming back, and I meant it.
You were right.
We're no good for each other.
Jess, are you there? Jess.
I'm crying.
Why aren't you doing anything? He's a dick.
When you get there, wait by the ladies' restroom.
Do not move from there.
- I will find you, okay? - Yes.
You told me ten times.
Okay, wait.
Anyway, I-I got you something.
What is it? Oh, well, it's a, it's a stuffed animal that I got at a gift shop.
I thought that if you get sad again, you could just just hold it and pretend it's me.
Yeah, you guys are about the same height.
Okay, shut up.
Okay, I love you.
Bye, Pretzel.
I love you.
I love you, too.
Take care of her, okay? Okay, it's right behind you.
The door's open.
- Okay, I'll see you soon.
- Okay.
All right.
Welcome to Canada.
Bienvenue au Canada.
All right, okay.
Come on.
Good boy.
Sit down.

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