In The Dark (2019) s03e10 Episode Script

Home Run

1 MURPHY: Jenny's mom said she had a friend.
What was it? Savannah? - Savannah? - JESS: Oh, boy.
(SIGHS) Definitely not Savannah.
I actually find it hilarious that you're not excited to see me at all anymore.
- Susan? - I mean, a day ago, you were begging for me.
- Susan Josephs? - To be quite honest, Murphy, you should be thrilled that I'm even talking to you right now, because no one else is, kid.
(BAG RUSTLING) I still can't believe that Max convinced Felix to smuggle your body across the border just so he could bone Lesley in peace.
(CHUCKLES) And then Felix left you in the middle of nowhere.
By the way, have you heard from Trey? Oh, that's right.
He said he would call you when he got his phone, but he never did.
The hits just keep comin'.
Look, I have bigger problems right now.
Sorry, but what do you think this friend is gonna lead you to? She's gonna help me find Jenny's brother.
- You're never gonna figure it out.
- S S Susannah.
- Ingrid.
(SIGHS) - Shut up.
Susannah, uh - Beth.
- Susannah Jenkins.
Thank God.
(SNIFFLES) That was it.
Susannah Jenkins.
AUTOMATED VOICE: Five percent battery.
Have a good one.
Thank you! Sir! What a nice man.
You should learn from him.
Oh, my God, this is what rock bottom is like.
- (SNIFFLES) - We're in rock bottom right now.
All your friends abandoned you, and everybody thinks you're homeless! Okay, technically, I abandoned Felix.
Look up "Susannah Jenkins.
" AUTOMATED VOICE: Call from Gordon Howard.
Go away.
(SIGHS) Look up "Susannah Jenkins.
" Look up "Susannah Jenkins friend missing.
" Look up "Jennifer Walker missing.
" "Susan Jenkins.
" Look up "Bonnie Walker.
" Oh, God.
"Jennifer Walker missing persons case.
" Look up "Susannah Jenkins Jennifer Walker.
" AUTOMATED VOICE: Result for "Susannah Jenkins Jennifer Walker" in the Chicago Tribune.
"Susannah Jenkins, who now resides in South Bend" Look up "Susannah Jenkins South Bend.
" Well, I'm gonna leave you to it.
White pages results for "Susannah Jenkins South Bend.
" (ENGINE RUMBLING) South Bend, right? That's right.
(BRAKES HISS) I would say it's weird for a guy to basically move in after a few days.
But I'll just look at you more as, like, my live-in chef.
So as soon as I stop cooking, then it's - Oh, it's over.
You're homeless.
- (CHUCKLES) Felix, what the hell? Where's Murphy? I don't I have no idea.
We got into a huge fight, and I left her.
Where? In a parking lot.
After I calmed down a bit, I went back to try to find her, and she wasn't there.
Did you try calling her? No, Max, I haven't tried calling her.
That's a very interesting idea.
Maybe I should give that one a go.
LESLEY: So that's it? You're not even gonna go look for her? FELIX: I mean, even if I do find her, what am I gonna do, throw her in my trunk again? 'Cause that went really well.
I know it sounds like I'm giving up, but I actually think the best use of my time is to start building our defense for when she inevitably gets caught.
That's why you came back.
I also need a place to stay.
Well, unlike you people, I actually have a job to get to.
How else do you think I can pay for this house you've all decided to live in? Okay, so Max, and I are just gonna spend hours researching Illinois criminal law when we're in the presence of one of the best public defenders - in the history of the state? - Is that true? FELIX: Yeah.
I'll see you freeloaders later.
(DOOR OPENS, CLOSES) So, what'd she do? - What? - Murphy.
What'd she do that pissed you off? I don't know.
You know how she is.
Illinois criminal offenses.
Start reading.
MURPHY: Do you by any chance know where J-Jennifer's brother is? God, Patrick.
Um, last I heard, he had checked himself into rehab.
Where was the rehab place? - What is it? - I'm not sure.
Somewhere in Chicago? But, just so you know, I-I really don't think he had anything to do with what happened to Jenny.
What do you think happened to Jenny? (INHALES) Honestly, I think it was suicide.
She was troubled.
Yeah, I've-I've heard that.
(CLEARS THROAT) I get what you're doing.
After Jenny went missing, I spent years trying to find her.
Gives you a sense of control.
It's like so long as you're looking for her, you can keep telling yourself she's alive.
I get that.
Um But Jess is alive.
She is.
Okay, I hope that's the case.
But, um I can't help you.
There's no one hunting Jenny down.
At-at least that I know of.
I'll, uh, get out of your hair.
Do you have a, um a charger for this? This phone.
Um Uh, no.
Um, I can call someone for you though.
I don't really have, uh, a lot of numbers memorized.
I'll-I'll figure it out.
Ooh, someone's hungry.
Are you getting hungry? Actually, can you call someone for me? I know the number.
I'm Gene Clemens.
We're with Chicago P.
- Is this about Jenny? - Sort of.
Uh, there was a girl who came here - asking about her? - Mm-hmm.
Okay, her name is Murphy Mason.
She's a criminal, and we're trying to figure out where she may have gone from here.
So this has nothing to do with my daughter? SARAH: I know this is difficult, - and I'm we're sorry that we - Did you give her any information? If you don't know anything about my daughter's whereabouts, I would like for you to leave.
Can you just tell us what you told Murphy? She told me that Jenny was so scared of somebody that she sold her own identity.
So maybe go find that person and see where they're keeping my baby.
Just find my daughter.
Thanks, ma'am.
We'll do our best.
Thank you, for your time.
All right.
(CRUNCHING) Uh can I have some Can I have some of that? I'm starving.
(CHUCKLES SOFTLY) It's a, um lactation cookie.
I don't think you want them.
(TIRES SCREECH) (CAR DOOR SHUTS) I think that's your ride.
(EXHALES) Murphy? Murphy, come outside right now! (LEAVES RATTLING) Thank God.
Hi, Mom.
- You in one piece? - (SNIFFLES) You okay? Yeah? - (SNIFFLES) - It's okay.
In the car.
Come on.
In the car.
Step down.
Step down.
Let's get you home.
We need to know where did Murphy go from the mom's house.
You keep asking me that question like I have the answer.
Hey, idiots.
We could just solve this missing person case.
It might lead us to Murphy and give this poor mother some closure.
It's not about solving the case.
It's about solving it through Murphy's eyes, figuring out where she might go next.
Yeah, well, if you bothered to do an ounce of research, you would know that Redford Long was arrested for kidnapping Jennifer Walker.
If I'm Murphy Mason, that's where I'm going next.
(CHUCKLES SOFTLY) GPS: Vehicle stopped on shoulder ahead.
- Thanks for driving me back to Chicago.
- Mm-hmm.
(SONG PLAYING QUIETLY ON RADIO) Slowdown reported ahead.
Turn that dumb thing off, Mom.
I need it.
You don't need it.
I do, actually.
I've gotten in a couple of accidents because I haven't been sleeping.
Promised Dad I'd always have it on, so Slowdown reported ahead.
Now, are you gonna tell me where you've really been? I already told you, Mom.
I was hiking the Appalachian Trail.
First of all, I haven't seen you so much as hike up a driveway.
Second of all, the Appalachian Trail runs from Georgia to Maine, but yet somehow you ended up in South Bend.
Try again.
Slowdown reported ahead.
Oh, my God.
I got separated from the group.
And it Mom, it's a long story.
I don't I'm not doing this right now.
I - I just need to get home.
- What home? (SIGHS) I went to your apartment.
Someone else is living there.
Now, I'm gonna give you one more chance to tell me what the hell is going on.
There's nothing going on! Then why are cops showing up at my door, telling me you're involved in a murder case? So cut the crap! I don't know.
That I don't know about.
I I don't know what that is, Mom.
I swear.
Okay, Murphy.
You're lying to me, and I'm not driving another inch until you tell me what's going on.
What are you doing? Are you? MURPHY: You're actually insane.
What are you doing? I don't have time for this.
JOY (LAUGHING): Oh, 'cause your schedule's so busy? - Just drive! - No.
Not until you tell me what's really going on! (PHONE BUZZING) Hey.
SARAH: Hey, look, I got your texts and everything.
I I can't do this.
Come on.
Sarah, I said I was sorry.
I'd get fired if anyone found out what happened, and I Okay, but who am I gonna tell? Darnell, I like you I think that's pretty clear But we both know that this is a bad idea.
I just I can't do this.
Well I guess you know where to find me if you change your mind? Yeah.
I'll see you.
Want some food? I got enough for you.
How could I eat, knowing the cops think I killed three people? (SCOFFS) I told you, Cindy could hook you up with a whole new identity.
Yeah? Then what? Start over.
Do whatever you want.
But I didn't just ruin things with Sarah so you could sit on my couch playing video games forever.
Ruin things? You only slept with her once.
I'll go see Cindy after I beat this level.
- Mm - Anything? I understand about every fifth word in this book, so no.
(EXHALES) Okay, why didn't you guys just call the cops - and claim self-defense? - FELIX: Well, look who came crawling back.
No, I just I couldn't pay attention in this meeting because your stupidity was bothering me, and so, just Why didn't you claim self-defense? Because they were trafficking heroin at the time, that's why.
Okay, but I thought you were forced into the heroin thing.
FELIX: Did you really leave work early just to come ridicule the way - I handled the situation? - I just don't want to see you go to prison for the rest of your life.
But, honestly, self-defense was my one swing, and so, unless you have an eyewitness or someone to corroborate that story, I have to pivot and think of something else.
There is actually somebody who could corroborate, but, uh, they're gonna take some convincing.
(DOOR BUZZES, LATCH CLICKS) (DOOR CLOSES) Who are you? Lesley Bell, your new attorney.
Look, I don't have any money.
- I'm doing this pro bono.
- Why? I've reviewed your case, Sam.
I can't promise you won't do any time, but I know I can get a lot of these charges thrown out.
Like the murder of Vincent Davis? All they have is your fingerprints in his car.
On the passenger side.
Have you ever ridden in that seat, in the last I don't know five years? Nope.
Well, let's say you had.
That would explain the fingerprint.
Here's my overall strategy for the stuff I can't get thrown out.
You started in the business when you were too young to think for yourself.
Your main shot at survival was doing what you were told, which mainly consisted of threatening people into working for Nia Bailey, right? So this isn't free.
Like I said, I'm doing this pro bono.
Lesley Bell, right? You're related to Felix.
Let me guess.
You want me to testify that I coerced them into this? What happened? They get caught? Murphy might, yes, and I'm worried if she does, my brother's gonna go down, too.
Sam, you need good representation.
Loyalty isn't gonna get you anything anymore.
You never had a chance.
Give yourself one.
(SIGHS) I'll think about it, okay? I'll leave my number with your CO.
(DOOR BUZZES) Mom, can we can we please just get back in the car? This is so stupid.
I need to go back to Chicago.
I-I got to I got to go.
Jess and Felix They're worried about me.
You know what's funny? You still think you can lie to me.
No, I'm not lying.
- Please.
- No.
You've been lying since you could talk.
Every time you said you were doing your homework when you were actually smoking pot in your room.
Every time you said you were staying at Jess's when you were actually sneaking into Jared Johnson's bedroom? - Okay.
- I know every lie you have - ever told me, Murphy.
- You know what's even funnier, Mom? You think you know everything about me.
- Well, I clearly don't know everything.
- No, you don't.
That's okay! Just stop Stop trying to control my every move! Control your every move? - Come on! - You come on! You try to keep me in this little box.
You picked my job, and you picked my apartment, you homeschooled me Oh, I am so sorry for wanting to protect you, Murphy! Well, look around, Mom.
Look around.
It did the opposite.
Oh, here it comes.
All my fault.
You know what? I will find another ride.
- Oh, really? How? - Believe it or not, Mom, I am capable of doing things without you.
- (SCOFFS) - I am.
(YELLING): Help! Someone help me! - Please! - JOY: Murphy, - what are you doing? - I need help! Ma'am? - Help! - Oh, God.
- Is everything okay? - No, I-I'm I'm blind, and I'm lost, and this woman is harassing me.
I just need a ride out of here.
- Where are you headed? - I am going - to Chicago.
- No! No, you are not getting into a car - with a stranger.
- Ma'am, ma'am.
- Lower your voice.
- I am her mother.
Lower your voice and get away from me.
Is this really your mom? No! No.
I don't even know her.
I've never even met her in my life.
Check her jacket pocket.
You will find ChapStick and potato chip crumbs.
Okay, maybe she is my mother, but that doesn't mean she isn't harassing me.
Please give me a ride.
- Be nicer to your mom.
- JOY: Thank you.
- You are impossible.
- Don't, don't, don't.
- You are im - (SNIFFLES) I don't have time for this, Mom.
If you're not gonna drive me, just - just go.
- I'm not going anywhere.
I'll go, and I'll go find another ride, and you just stay here forever.
You don't move a muscle, Murphy Mason.
Mom, don't you get it? You can't tell me what to do anymore.
Forward, Pretzel.
Just wait! Just wait.
What? Just let me buy you lunch before you go.
I can tell you've barely eaten in days.
LESLEY: I don't know what to tell you.
Sam says she needs time, but I really think she'll come around.
We don't have time.
That's actually not true.
We don't even know when Murphy's gonna get arrested, and after she does, she still has to wait for trial.
And in said trial, we need Sam's help, which you didn't get.
I said I think she'll come around.
Just wait.
I'm telling you.
I'm going back to work.
Let me know the moment you hear from her, please.
It's 8,000 bucks and an extra $50 for the phone.
You'll pay Jason at Lefty's Lodge, who'll give you your passport.
Got it.
Thank you.
Hey, could you tell me about a girl that got an ID from you, like, ten years ago? Jennifer Walker.
I'll give you, like, an extra 500 bucks.
Walker, you said? Yeah.
I never actually met her.
Someone sold me her identity a few months ago.
A few months ago? - Who? - Her brother.
Do you think you can give me Murphy's number? - It was in my old phone.
- Come on, man.
What? Don't you think it's kind of weird Jenny's brother sold her identity? What I think is weird is you not getting out of town.
Just give me her number.
(SCOFFS) "You just slept with the girl, like, once.
" Actually, I slept with her twice, but I see your point.
- What? - You're an idiot.
Just get in the car.
I got to say, I have a little PTSD sitting across from three detectives.
Look, Redford, we're just here to ask about this girl Murphy Mason.
Did she come by here? Yeah, she and a friend.
She did? They were asking about Jenny.
Did you tell her anything? Just my side of the story.
And do you know where she went from here? Yeah.
To Jenny's mom's house.
I gave her the address.
I'm gonna put in our order.
(SIGHS) Well, this is hard to watch.
What? Your mom.
She's in a bad way.
Well, she's always in a bad way.
No, I know, but not like this.
I mean, she's like a shell of her former self or something.
Oh, Joy.
You shouldn't have called her, you know that.
I didn't have anyone else to call.
Trust me.
- Oh.
- She was my last option.
You didn't have anybody else to call.
- Okay.
- What? Don't act like you don't know what you're doing.
I wasn't doing anything.
You're terrified.
That's okay.
You just wanted your mommy.
That's not what I was doing.
Well, then, the next time you're this desperate for comfort, can you just, like, go have sex with somebody? Just, like, go drink a bottle of whatever.
But please, for the love of God, leave Joy out of this.
JOY: Okay.
Just because I didn't make it at home doesn't mean I can't add my special ingredient.
(SIGHS) You've always done that exactly the same way since I was a kid.
Your hand on my cheek like that whenever you fed me.
Old habits.
♪ I'm so sorry, Mom.
(VOICE BREAKING): I'm so sorry.
(SNIFFLING) Oh, this wasn't fair to you.
Just tell me.
Tell me what's going on.
You don't have to do this alone.
I don't know what to do, Mom.
I can help you.
I don't know what to do.
You can tell me anything.
It's so bad.
I don't even know how I got here.
(TAKES DEEP BREATH) You remember my friend Tyson, right? (BREATHING SHAKILY) We were forced into selling drugs.
this woman, she almost killed me.
- Oh, my God.
- MURPHY: Jess shot her, but she had to.
She didn't know what else to do.
Jess is missing.
I don't know where she is.
Hi, uh, J-Josh Wallace? This is Joy Mason, uh, Murphy's mom.
I didn't know who else to call.
You said you could protect Murphy.
And I think she needs it.
Never to stay, never ♪ Never to tell them again ♪ I've been looking ♪ You ready? Where are we going? Wherever you can get that information about Jess.
So I guess we'll try to see wherever, uh whatever rehab facility the brother's at.
(EXHALES) (INHALES DEEPLY) - Thank you, Mom.
- I want to get you some cash and some fresh clothes, too, so we'll just swing by the house first.
- Thank you, Mom.
- Yeah.
Come on, Pretzel.
Find outside.
Find outside.
- Thank you.
- Yeah.
Find outside.
JOSH: Hang on one sec.
Joy gave me the code.
GENE: All right.
Well, backup's on the way.
Okay, great.
- You guys ready? - Yeah.
It's what we've been waiting for.
Let's do it.
How far away are we? Ten minutes or so.
GPS: Police reported ahead.
GENE: All right, listen up.
They're driving west on Plymouth.
So we're gonna station a few of you east of here, just in case.
All right, let's move out.
Do you care if I take a quick shower when we get home? I feel disgusting.
- Course.
- Thank you.
I won't use your good shampoo.
Police reported ahead.
Let me turn this off.
What's going on? Police reported ahead.
Why are there so many cops by our house? Nothing.
There aren't.
It's just this-this app Police reported ahead.
is being weird.
There, it's-it's off.
Did you set me up? No! I - Mom, did you set me up? - No, no, I I-I I would n No! - Mom.
- It's not It's not what it seems, okay? It's just I'm just I'm trying to keep you safe.
- Oh, my God.
- J-Jess is gone.
That can't happen to you.
Josh promised - to protect you, so - Josh?! - Josh? - Yes.
Josh doesn't want to protect me, Mom.
He wants me to rot in prison for the rest of my life.
Well, it's better than being dead.
- Oh, my God.
Let me out of the car.
- No, you are not getting out of the car.
Murphy! - Let me out of the car, Mom.
- You are not getting out - of the car! - I said let me out of the car now! - You are not getting out of the car! - Let me leave the car.
- (MURPHY AND JOY SCREAM) - (CRASH) - Ow! What the hell?! - Oh, my God! Mom, what did you do?! - Oh, my God.
- Oh, no.
No, no, no.
Are you serious? Go get out of the car and apologize to that person.
- You just stay right there.
- And say, "Hi, I'm Joy.
I'm crazy.
I can't drive.
" Talk to them.
Oh, look at this.
Come on, man.
I am so sorry.
- Why did you slam on your breaks? - I-I just The stop sign, and I Just let me, uh Let me get my insurance information out.
Just one second.
Murphy? Murphy! - Did you see where my daughter went? - No.
Uh, hello? Uh - Hi? - Hi.
I'm your neighbor.
Yeah, I Li I, uh, I'm your neighbor.
What's your Can you tell me your address, please? 21 Sherwin Street.
Sherwin connects to Dawson, which connects to 21 Sherwin Street.
Thank you.
Okay, forward, Pretzel.
(CHUCKLES): Lady, I really got to get going.
- Get out of my face.
- Um, okay.
I'm not sure what I'm supposed to do.
I said get out of my face! (INDISTINCT RADIO TRANSMISSION) - Where'd she go? - JOY: Uh, she-she got out there and headed that way, I think.
Show us.
She's on the move.
We're with the mom in pursuit.
- No.
- How in the hell did this happen? I don't know.
Let's just go.
Let's go.
Please, please, please.
Oh, my God.
Wall, wall Step.
One, two, three, four.
Come on.
Pretzel, come on.
Come on.
Oh, come on.
Come on.
MAN: Murphy? Hey, Jared.
Where the hell is she? Where do you think she could've gone? I don't know.
Oh, my God.
Sherwin Street.
I think I know where she went.
She used to sneak into this boy's house.
- This way.
- All right, let's go.
Let's go.
- You still live here? - Uh, just temporarily.
I'm saving some cash - while I develop this app.
- Cool.
Uh - I need you to drive me somewhere.
- Whoa, whoa, whoa.
Hang on.
You look You look really good.
- How you been? - Great.
- (CHUCKLES) - Um, can you please drive me? - (KNOCK ON DOOR) - GENE: Police! - Open up! - What the hell? - Don't answer it.
- What? Do not answer it.
I need you to get me out of here.
- WOMAN: Officer? What's going on? - JOSH: Look, we have reason to believe that there's a fugitive hiding in here, so we're gonna have to search the place.
What? I-Is that you? Are you the fugitive? Jared, I need you to get me out.
I can't.
I mean, th-there are cops.
- I-I just can't.
- Okay, I know you still live in your mommy's house, but I need you to grow a pair right now and get me the hell out of here.
WOMAN: Oh, I-I don't - Okay, come in.
- Where's your son's room? Went out the back.
Come on, Pretzel.
GENE: Murphy, stop! Murphy, freeze! - Here, here.
- Go.
Go, Jared.
Go, go, go! - Freeze! - Brown sedan.
Go, go, go.
- Where do I go? Where do I go?! - Away from here.
- Anywhere away from here.
- Oh, my God.
Oh, my God.
Oh, my God.
- (SIREN WAILING) - Lose them somehow.
Okay, okay, okay, okay.
Um Oh! I have an idea.
- Yeah, yeah, yeah.
- Hurry.
Go, go, go, go, go.
- Please.
- Just calm down.
Murphy! - Just calm down, all right? - Hurry! - Yes, I got it.
- Why are you stopping? What are you doing? I still know Neil Duncan's garage code.
What the hell? Okay.
Hurry, get in the Hurry.
Oh, my God.
That was so crazy.
We'll just wait it out here for a bit.
- Sure.
- Yeah.
Thank you so much, Jared.
Give me a hug.
Thank you.
You okay? Can I get in trouble for this? What I did? Oh, my God, am I gonna go to jail? No, you're not gonna go to jail.
Just say that I forced you into it.
They already think I'm some criminal mastermind.
What did you do? - I didn't do anything.
- (SCOFFS) And Jared, I'm really sorry I-I I roped you into this.
I am.
I feel bad.
I'm I'm looking for this guy, and my phone's dead.
A guy? You're worried about finding some guy when there's, like, a million cops after you? You remember Jess from high school? My best friend Jess? Yes.
Well, she's missing.
And if I can find this guy, I I just I think I might know where she is.
I-I don't know if I should.
I mean, if you're, like, wanted, I don't want to Jared, I didn't I didn't do anything, okay? - I didn't do anything, and you know me.
- (SCOFFS) You've known me since we were, like, little kids.
Who are you gonna believe? Me or some some cops? (SIGHS) Come on.
How am I supposed to find this guy? - (SIGHS) - His name's Patrick Walker.
He's in a rehab somewhere in Chicago.
That's all you know? Yes.
Can you just start calling places and see if we can find out where he's at? - I'm-I'm calling Les again.
- Dude, stop.
If Sam called her, she'd let you know.
I promise.
(SIGHS) (RAPID TAPPING) Okay, you know what? You're stressing me out.
I'm gonna go, uh, take a nap or something.
(LINE RINGING) SAM: Hello? Hello, Sam.
Uh, it's-it's Felix.
How'd you get this number? It doesn't matter.
Look, um, I know you spoke to my sister earlier.
Told her I'd think about it.
Well, what is there to think about? Look, just let her take on your case.
You'll get a lot less time.
Sam, I know you and I have had our differences, but at the end of the day, we have one major thing in common.
We were both victims.
The person who puppeteered this whole thing is Nia.
You should She-She's the person you should hate, not us.
Hello? Sam? You weren't a victim.
You murdered her.
And you know what? I'd rather spend the rest of my life in here than to help you get away with it.
Come on, Sam.
And when Murphy does get caught, I'll be right here waiting for her.
Oh, no.
- (SNIFFLES) - Please, I We just need to know if Patrick Walker is a is a patient there.
WOMAN: I told you, we can't disclose that kind of information.
I'm sorry.
Thank you.
That's, like, the fifth rehab place that's said that.
I don't think this is gonna work.
Let's go to these places.
Maybe I'll have better luck in person.
I'll put in the address.
Then I promise you can drop me off.
(JARED CLEARS THROAT) You're really a good guy, Jared, you know that? You always have been.
Shut up.
I-I don't properly know how to say thank you for all of this.
Although I did give you my virginity, so - Thank you for the charge, too.
- Yup, Uber driving Comes in handy.
It was also you know, it was good to see you.
It is really good to see you really good.
Jared Johnson to the rescue.
(LAUGHS) Yeah.
I'm just gonna pull in here for a sec.
- We're already there? - Uh Oh.
Murphy, look, I just, uh, have to tell you something.
What? We'll run away together ♪ (GROANS) What are you doing?! I-I thought it was clear.
What? Keep your keep your tongue in your own mouth and drive.
Oh, my God.
Oh, my God, look what I just did for you.
- (SIGHS) - I'm such an idiot.
You know what? I let you use me all through high school.
- What? - I'm done.
- Use you? - Yeah.
Jared, by having sex with you every day? I'm sure that was hell.
Can you just get out of my car, please? Why? Cause I won't hook up with you on the side of the road? Are you seriously being that pathetic? - Get out.
- Jared.
Get out! I'll take that as a "yes.
" God.
Come on, Pretzel.
Come on.
Good luck with your dumb app.
(SIGHS) Please turn on.
(SIGHS) AUTOMATED VOICE: You have five voice mails from Unknown Number.
Hey, how many times am I gonna have to rescue you? (ENTRY BELL JINGLES) Follow, Pretzel.
How can I help you? Uh, is Patrick Walker being treated here? Are you the one that called? No.
Like I said over the phone, I can't disclose the names of patients.
Could you just ignore that policy for, like, one minute? It's not a policy.
It's the law.
- Okay, this is an emergency.
- All the places have said the same thing.
- Sorry.
Ma'am? Ma'am? - I just need to know yes or no - Is he in this building? - You need to leave.
- Okay, Murphy, let's go.
- Just tell me if he's here! I can't answer that question.
- Come on, Murphy.
- Oh, my God! Come on, let's just go.
(ENTRY BELL JINGLES) (SIGHS) Murphy I mean, I just I can't understand how she gets away every time.
I know.
Literally in the palm of my hand.
This is Murphy.
In the palm of my hand.
- Disappeared.
- I know.
She's-she's - She's like Houdini.
- Mm.
- I'll see you two tomorrow.
- Mm.
- GENE: See you later, man.
- Yeah.
Good night.
Yeah, just leave the door open for the whole office to see me - drinking on the job.
- There's nobody there.
(SIGHS) Technically, our shifts are over.
And we still have nothing to show for it.
Poor Josh.
I feel like I'm letting him down at every turn.
You are.
Okay, I hate you.
(BOTH LAUGH) No, you don't.
Um I'm so sorry.
- It's fine.
It's fine.
I just - No.
No, it's not.
I'm technically your boss now, and I-I just It's not that.
Okay, I should probably go, too.
You want me to walk you to the train, or? Oh, my God, that sounded so romantic.
I'm-a go.
Um Do you? Uh, I'm just I'm gonna call it a night.
Okay, all right.
(SIGHS) At the dark end ♪ - Of the street ♪ - That's where we always meet ♪ Hiding in shadows ♪ - Where we don't belong ♪ - Okay.
Couch pulls out.
There's some more blankets in there if you need 'em.
- Thanks.
- I'm gonna get a pizza.
You guys want something? Yes, I'm starving.
All right.
At the dark end ♪ - Of the street ♪ - Hey.
You okay? Yeah.
Yeah, I'm just Still thinking about that brother, huh? Yeah.
(SNIFFLES) I guess we're just gonna have to wait until he checks out of rehab or something.
We have to pay for the love we stole ♪ I don't have that kind of time.
♪ I I don't To the dark end of the street ♪ I don't know what to do.
(VOICE BREAKING): I just don't I don't - (CRYING): I don't know what to do.
- Hey.
Hey, you're gonna be okay.
(CRYING): I don't Hey, come here.
- No.
- Come here.
Come here.
Come here.
(CRYING) (CRYING): I'm so tired.
I know.
At the dark end of the street ♪ And when the daylight hours roll round ♪ - And by chance we're both downtown ♪ - Ah, ah, ah ♪ - If we should meet just walk on by ♪ - Ah, ah, ah ♪ - Oh, darling ♪ - (KNOCKING) What up? He forgot his phone.
At the dark end of ♪ Who are you? (SONG ENDS)
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