Sweet Magnolias (2020) s01e08 Episode Script

What Fools These Mortals Be

What the hell were you thinking? Hey, don't take that tone with me now, all right? Tyler's 16, he's a good kid, - so if I want to buy my son a car - Our son! He is our son, Bill.
You are not allowed to make decisions like this without consulting me.
We are co-parenting, remember? Oh, please, you don't want to co-parent, you don't want me to have a say in anything.
You just want me to submit all of my plans to you ahead of time for approval.
No, Bill, I want you to respect me.
So I have no say in anything.
Do not put words in my mouth.
You're saying the only way I can be right is to agree with you.
I'm asking you to work with me.
- I can't believe Dad did this.
- Not against me.
Wait, are you actually complaining because Dad bought you a car? He's trying to get a one-up on Mom.
You think he would have shown up in front of half the town otherwise? He's trying to make himself look good, as usual.
He's hurting Mom as usual.
If you're so worried about Mom, tell Dad you don't want it.
Why does it even matter to you? Moan all you want, but you're cool with Dad fawning on you.
Coming to all your games, taking you to see the Braves every summer, bragging on you nonstop.
You whine, but you're just fine with him always being there for you.
Don't go in there.
Dad won't even see me.
You know what your problem is, Maddie? Who's driving us to school? You're walking today.
One of the conditions of my returning your phone is that you would refrain from using it at the table.
Since when do we do sit-down breakfast anyway? Well, we used to.
When I was, like, eight.
We haven't had enough time together to talk, so we are going to do family breakfast from now on, and you are going to tell me about what is important in your life.
One of the most important things in my life right now is mock trial, so You don't want me to keep Aunt Helen waiting, do you? Have a good day.
Simon, you can be a little sharper.
Don't be afraid to be a bulldog, yeah? And, Kyle, can we tone down the Atticus Finch just a little bit? All right, a little reminder on the dress code.
This is business attire, so slacks, knee-length skirts, Sunday suits.
If you will not wear it in front of your grandmama's church friends, I do not want to see it in the courtroom.
I'll see y'all on Thursday.
CeCe, can I have a moment? Oh.
I'm sorry.
Here, let me help you.
Thank you.
- What did I do wrong? - Oh, nothing.
Nothing at all.
I just wanted to talk to you about your trial outfit.
- What about it? - Well, I don't expect there are many teenage girls who have a power suit in their wardrobe.
Yeah, no, not really my thing.
Well, there's a very cool consignment shop in Castlewood, you should check it out.
I go there all the time.
Crazy cheap.
And a good suit will last you into college, at least.
- I'll check it out.
- Good.
Wouldn't have pegged CeCe for a teacher's pet.
Yeah, if Aunt Helen wants a snake for a pet.
Good morning, Chef.
Uh, well, no, a good morning would be one where I was gifted with the superpower of understanding teenagers.
Can I make you some breakfast? Oh, see, I made a fantastic breakfast.
Healthy, filling, perfectly plated.
Other kids would have wept over these pancakes alone.
Annie can't be bothered.
And how much did you eat? Uh I lost my appetite.
How lucky you work in a fully stocked kitchen, then.
You are a complete mother hen.
Has Dr.
Howie talked to you about mindfulness? Yeah.
I'm just not the meditating type.
Kinda shocked that I had to point that out.
I I'm talking about taking stock of how you feel, of what you feel.
There's more than one way to do this.
Meet me here first thing tomorrow morning, and I'll show you.
- All right.
- All right? - Better be there.
- I will be there.
All right.
Better show me something worth being there for.
Thank you for coming.
- I know you're busy.
- Neville, I will never miss a chance to visit with you.
What's on your mind? Well, it seems I have come into a large hunk of property.
- Oh.
- And I don't know what all else.
My cousin Benji passed away the other week.
Oh, I forgot you two were kin.
My condolences.
Thank you.
Uh Old Benji didn't like many people.
He didn't like much of anything outside the farm, which he left to me.
And I'm grateful, but I just don't know what to do with it.
I don't want to work it, clearly, and Well, I just can't bring myself to sell it.
This land has been in the family for generations.
None of your children are interested? Oh, none of them know a tractor from a teacup.
And that's fine, they're on good paths, just distant ones.
You and Miss Grace raised beautiful people.
Well, they are gifts, to be sure.
Anyway, you handled matters so well for Frances's house, I was hoping maybe you could do something similar with this.
You know, keep the legacy goin' Benji would like that as much as Benji liked anything.
Let me see what I can do.
Thank you.
Can I book a one-on-one with you? Hmm.
How's your day goin'? I'm crunching numbers.
I need to get an assistant so I am not chained to this desk, but membership is just not growing fast enough.
Well, I have a problem too.
Though it's small in comparison, it's about our date Saturday night.
Salmon or steak, I can't decide.
God call me home the day I say no to a steak.
Medium rare.
Yes, ma'am.
Any other instructions you would like to give me? Mmm.
All right.
There you go with some tea.
Thank you.
What are you doing? Shopping again? Mama's been on me about doing my wedding/baby registry.
Well, I wouldn't worry about all that baby stuff too much.
You know, Katie's stuff is still in good shape.
She's six.
Standards have changed in the last few years.
You're a pediatrician.
Isn't knowing that kind of your job, honey? Yes, it is, and I take safety standards very seriously, but I've also been a dad three times, so I know all the stuff they shove at you.
They tell you your child's gonna be a failure if he doesn't get that 300-dollar mobile and God knows what else.
Oh Trust me, those first couple of months, we're gonna need a lot less than you think.
Well, we're at least gonna need a car seat to get this one home from the hospital, or were you planning on strapping our baby to the hood of our car? Look at this car seat.
Highest safety ratings, it will fit in both of our cars.
Little expensive, isn't it? Oh, so you can buy Tyler a brand-new car, but our child can't even get a car seat? Tyler and his new car have nothing to do with you and our baby, okay? They do when you tell me that we can't afford a decent car seat or my dream house, but you can go spend heaven knows how much on Tyler's car.
- Please calm down.
- No.
No! You said you wanted to build a life with me.
You left your wife for me.
Forgive me for thinking that meant you were going to finally put me first.
I gotta go meet your brother.
Your dad and I will cover insurance until you're 18 and then you'll pay.
Gas and basic maintenance is on you.
You can only drive to school, to practice, and to pick up your siblings.
And at no point will you have anyone in your car whose last name is not Townsend.
So, I can't take the guys around or CeCe.
What's the point of having a car then? The car is a responsibility, and you need to show me you can handle it.
Keep your nose clean, and we'll revisit it.
Until then, those are the rules.
I get that you're mad at Dad, but why are you punishing me? Uh - I'm really sorry.
- Yeah.
Thank you.
You don't drink? I can't.
I don't turn 21 till next month.
Well, I probably should have known that.
I'm sorry, it's just, uh Well, Noreen and I haven't had much of a chance to talk about y'all's family.
So, uh Well, it's real nice to get to meet you now.
I'm looking forward to meeting everybody else.
Really? Well, yeah.
It just seems right with her and I making a life together that I get to know y'all.
You got your work cut out for you with Dad.
Mom will come around easier, though.
Only thing we want for her and for that baby is for them to be happy.
Well, we're on the same page, then, 'cause that's all I want for her too.
Make her happy.
Well, this isn't quite what I pictured when you said mindfulness.
There was some people I was talking to the other day.
- Mm-hmm.
- They reminded me that stillness comes in many forms, but you have to give yourself permission and forgiveness to find it.
You know, I haven't been fishing since since my daddy died.
He started bringing me out here as soon as I was old enough to bait a hook.
I didn't realize how much I missed it.
You miss him? Oh, yeah.
Every day.
He was my hero, and I told him everything.
No matter how busy he got, he always had time for me.
Well, I mean, for anyone who needed him.
I wanted to be just like him.
You know, I told you before that you're a good boss.
But what I haven't told you is you're a good friend.
When I came to Sullivan's I was at one of the lowest points in my life.
What brought you so low, if you don't mind my asking? My wife died.
It was sudden.
There was absolutely nothing I could do to help even though I believed I should be able to.
It stripped me to my bones.
I felt completely out of control.
It's why I went to culinary school and came to Sullivan's: to find a place with order that made sense.
I'm so sorry.
No, no.
I I'm the sorry one.
I brought you out here to talk about your problems, not mine.
No, don't you dare apologize.
This This This whole friendship thing, this is a two-way street.
Thank you for sharing.
You're coming to the play, right? Wrong.
I'm grounded until a couple of weeks past eternity, remember? But this is a school thing.
It's educational.
Convince your mom! It's really that important to you? Love takes the meaning in love's confidence.
I mean that my heart unto yours is knit so that but one heart we may make of it.
That's pretty! Well, they're actually Lysander's lines, but they're also a really great example of iambic pentameter.
You can just tell your mom it's important for English class.
I'll talk to her.
Maybe she'll say yes 'cause it's you.
We'll see.
- Hey, Annie.
- Hey.
Thank you.
We'll be in touch.
New pharma rep going around? No, she was interviewing to be your replacement.
You mean temp nurse, right? For when I start maternity leave? Oh, I just assumed that after you'd had the baby, you'd stay home.
I am, for 12 weeks of maternity leave, and then I'm coming back.
Okay, all right.
How was I supposed to know that? Because I never said I was quitting, for one.
You don't think I'd say something if I was planning to stay home? Noreen.
All right.
All right.
I just figured you would, okay? I mean, that's what I'm sorry to disappoint you, Bill.
I'm not Maddie.
- Hi.
- Hi.
Don't take this the wrong way, but what are you doing here? Thought I could help.
I was at Morton's when Miss Grace took your order.
I offered to deliver since it was on my way.
- Extra pepperoni if you're, um - I need a knife! Please.
Come in.
If you dare.
These aren't sharp enough.
Oh! Yeah, you know what? Why don't we take a break, sweetie? Coach Cal came to see us.
He brought pizza.
- Pepperoni? - Extra.
Do you know anything about dinosaurs? What kind of dinosaurs? Liopleurodons.
No idea.
Katie? - Down here.
- What in heaven's name? Uh I'm a swimming dinosaur.
Have mercy, Miss Katie! I've got big teeth so I can eat all the other dinosaurs, Mom.
Wait, is that why you wanted to cut up all those dinosaurs in your diorama? Because they're food? Of course.
Okay, well, we'll take care of that, but for right now, my little carnivore, it's time for some real food.
Come here! - Coach Cal? - Yeah? Are you going to stay and help with my dinosaurs? Can I, Miss Katie? Sounds like fun.
Come here, I'm gonna eat you! Yes, you are right, Kyle's play has educational value, so you may go.
Mom, thank you so But you are going with the Townsends and this is just because it is Shakespeare and Kyle.
Yes, ma'am.
Thank you.
You're welcome.
You're not gonna make me talk? Tell you my deep, dark, teenage secrets? Well will that help you achieve inner peace? What? We can talk about anything you want.
Seriously, thanks for letting me go to the play.
Kyle's been talking about it nonstop.
- Oh, has he? - Yeah.
He was quoting it on the way to school the other day.
I, like, both wish I were that obsessed with anything and kinda feel like he could take it down half a notch, you know? Yeah.
Makes sense.
I was hoping that this will count for one of my cultural events bonus credits - for English class - Mm-hmm.
because frankly, I could use a point or two.
Dad? Oh, hey, Kyle.
School out already? What are you doing here? Oh, I'm just going through some of this stuff, trying to find some things for the new little one.
Need some help? Well, that'd be great.
Why don't you get down on that one, see what we got? Do you need a monitor? Actually, we do.
Yeah, these things are surprisingly handy.
So how are you doing, son? Keeping those grades up? They're fine, and I handled the tickets this afternoon.
Yours and Noreen's will be waiting for you at will call.
Oh, your play, that's coming up, that's right.
Tell me the name of your character again.
He's one of the most important characters of Shakespeare.
Well, that's terrific.
It's the theater version of being picked for varsity.
All right.
That's terrific.
I'm proud of you, son.
Looking forward to seeing it.
What's going on here? Oh, hey, Maddie.
I thought I'd take some of this stuff off your hands.
Kyle, go inside, please.
Yes, ma'am.
- Bye, Dad.
- All right.
Thanks for the help, bud.
Well, I see that you still have a copy of the garage key.
I'll take that.
Hey, listen, I'm sorry about all this mess.
I didn't know that you rearranged in there.
It's 'cause it's not your house anymore.
How did you think that this would be okay? Well, I don't know, I just Well, come on, I just figured nobody in this house needs this stuff anymore, so why doesn't the baby get the benefit, right? I mean, I paid for most of this stuff anyways.
It's not about the money, Bill.
It's about the fact that you didn't even take into consideration how I would feel about you coming into my house and taking my children's things for the woman that you were screwing while we were still married.
All right, look I'm sorry.
- Are you? - Yes.
I don't think you are, because you never take anyone else's feelings into consideration.
You never ask.
You just do what you want and then you leave the rest of us to deal with the damage.
Hey, that's not fair and completely untrue.
You didn't ask when you came into here.
You didn't ask before you bought Ty a new car, and you certainly didn't ask before you blew up our marriage.
Hey! I worked hard for this family.
I sacrificed That's what parenting is, Bill! That's also what marriage is all about.
It's about sacrifice and giving.
It's also supposed to be a two-way street, but but you just take.
Hell, you took 20 years of my life, what's a few kids' things along the way? Just tell me, Bill did you finally get what you wanted? You're not Isaac.
Well, thanks for noticing.
Why are you here? I'm stocking for the after-work workout crowd.
You never leave your kitchen this close to dinner.
Well, Isaac and Erik have it under control, and I should be here more often, not leaving Maddie feeling like she's doing this all alone.
You're a pod person.
Oh, hush! Oh, here, look, I want you to try something.
Uh, let me get you a good one.
Here you go.
That strawberry is perfect.
I know, I know, and enjoy it while you can, my vendor died.
It's gonna be a heck of a time trying to replace him.
Your vendor wouldn't have been Benji Hayes, by any chance, huh? How the heck do you know that? Oh.
Oh, oh, oh.
Are you handling his estate? Dana Sue.
I I know.
Attorney-client privilege.
- Thanks.
- Even if the guy's dead.
Dana Sue! I don't even want to know.
Don't tell me.
- All right, let me pose a hypothetical.
- Okay.
If a certain individual was sustaining the co-op with his own money for the past few years Oh, that dear man.
Oh, that dear hypothetical man.
And that source of funding went away.
Because he went away.
God rest his soul.
Would that impact you significantly? Uh, me, the farmer's market, several other restaurants.
See, if Benji didn't have it, he knew who did.
His prices were fair, his produce was divine.
I mean, the co-op's still running so far, but rumor has it that nobody knows who's going to take over his land, so the real estate developers are just circling.
The end of an era.
Can I help you? I'm looking for Noreen? I bet you're Kyle.
Dude, come on in.
I'm Garth, Noreen's brother.
Neen, you got company.
Congrats on your play, man, Noreen was telling me all about it.
- She has? - Oh, yeah, I mean, she can't stop bragging about her awesome stepkids.
Hey, kiddo.
What brings you here? I'mma leave you all to it.
You need anything from the store? Um, uh, Vienna sausages if you don't mind.
Cravings are weird.
Nice to meet you, Kyle.
Come on, sit down.
Noreen, I came to give you this.
And who is this? His name is Legs.
When I was little, I took him everywhere.
He was my best friend and I thought the baby could use a friend like that.
My goodness, Kyle, that is just the sweetest thing.
You know, you are probably one of the most caring people I have ever met.
You're gonna make some girl real lucky one day.
Same girl we've been talking about? Yup.
- Finally told her how I feel.
- And? And nothing! She didn't even get what I was saying.
Did you say it in plain English or did you get all actory? Mm Little actory maybe? - Maybe? - Okay.
I used one of the speeches from the show, but it's the Bard, it's not like I'm ever gonna say anything better than him.
You will if you're speaking from your heart.
And sometimes it's best to just keep it simple.
What if she still doesn't get it? Then maybe it's time to move on.
Now I attempt to be a loving, forgiving, Christian woman, but the nerve of that man.
Bill is nothing if not proof that common sense ain't common.
All right.
What did he take? 'Cause Helen and I will go get it back.
You know I would It is theft.
- Yeah! - Do you want me to file a police report? No.
I'm done.
I mean, staring at him in my driveway with all the leftover junk of our lives, he is everything that I do not want anymore.
We had some good times and he gave me three beautiful children who are the reason that I breathe, but, Lord, if I could have just thrown him out with the trash, I would have.
Amen, sister.
Now we've established that Bill is not what you want, can we move on to what you do? Namely a tall, handsome, ripped coach who was quizzing me about your favorite foods the other day.
Oh, really? Since when have you two become such close friends? Oh, we are bonding over the future of Serenity's youth and it's very noble and that's not what we're talking about right now, but you, Cal, dinner, - and a possible naked dessert.
- Mmm.
Okay, I'm gonna need a little bit of a refill, please.
No, no, no! No.
I'm not gonna pour this out - until you pour it out.
- Pour it out.
I like Cal.
- I want Cal.
- More.
There are no words to describe how thoroughly and completely I want Cal.
But I don't know, I just I want it to be perfect.
Because so many things are.
Your nerves are talking and not your heart.
Tell the first to shut up and listen to the second.
Yeah, and, you know, this is not just about you.
Okay? I have sworn off men until the scorch marks from Ronnie's burnt clothes are off that lawn, so you have got to have enough fun for the both of us, - you hear me? - I will, okay.
I just had to get my mind right.
All right, get it right.
What's going on over there? Nothing.
We're talking about you.
Well, now we're talking about you.
Come on, talk to us.
I miss Ryan.
Between mock trials and then this new client, and I've been thinking things through a bit, thinking about how I want my life to move forward, what I what I want for Serenity.
And you two are my rocks, you know that, but sometimes I just I want to turn around and share things with him.
- Yeah.
- But I can't, because he's discussing irrigation with farmers in Mali.
Lord, it sounds so humanitarian and perfect, you can't even get mad at him.
- Right? - No.
He'll be back, Helen.
You know you deserve to be happy, right? Both of you do.
We all do.
- Absolutely.
- Okay.
- Hey.
- Oh.
Oh, no, I'm sorry.
Did I wake you up? Oh, it's all right.
I, um I have to leave for Bamako in an hour.
- Is everything okay? - Oh, I'm fine, I just wanted to see you, that's all.
I miss you too.
How did your meeting go the other day? Complicated.
You don't have any contacts in organic farming on this side of the Atlantic, do you? What exactly are you looking for? I don't know enough about farming to know what I'm looking for.
My client inherited a piece of land, uh, that's part of a co-op that he wants to keep going, except the deceased was the money behind everything and those funds have almost run dry.
So you need someone to help build new vendor relationships, find money to rebuild, and then get the other members of the group to take over what the deceased was handling? Yes, yes, and yes.
But is that impossible? Not at all.
In fact, I know a guy.
You do? Oh, I'm sorry.
You are my hero.
Go to sleep, and email me the details in the morning.
Your morning.
Will do.
I love you.
- I miss you.
- I love you.
I miss you.
All right, you can open them now.
You're saving for an apartment, you can't afford this.
Daddy kicked in.
He said no grandbaby of his would be riding around in no cut-rate car seat.
Thank you.
I'm gonna miss you so much.
I'm gonna miss you too.
I'm so glad I got to see your life here.
I know you said you were fine, but I had to see for myself.
What? You're sure you're okay? See you soon? Won't be but a blink.
All right.
Be safe.
- Oh! Should we take these two? - Yeah.
Hey, kids.
There's four right here.
- Are you excited? - Thanks.
- Here, come sit next to me.
- This is fine.
Yeah, just sit right here.
Do you want to switch seats with me, Katie? Nope.
- Here you go, sir.
- Thank you.
Two tickets under Bill Townsend.
Here you are.
And I would like to send a flower to a cast member.
You know, flowers aren't really a guy thing.
They are in theater, and it's a tradition here.
Kyle told me so.
Oh, Maribelle Stapleton's got the chicken pox.
Her fever spiked.
Why are they texting you? I'm on call tonight.
Tonight? Well, darling, don't be mad at me about that, I'm doing my job here.
Go on, I'll see you at home, all right? I'm so sorry, I messed up on this card.
May I have another one, please? - Of course.
- Thank you.
Next, please.
- Oh.
- Shh, shh, shh.
And jealous Oberon would have the child.
Knight of his train, to trace the forests wild.
But she perforce withholds the loved boy, crowns him with flowers, and makes him all her joy.
And now they never meet in grove or green, by fountain clear or spangled starlight sheen.
So awake when I am gone, for I must now to Oberon.
I need a Diet Coke.
Come with? - Yeah.
- Okay.
Annie, can you come backstage with me? I need someone to grab candids while I do interviews.
Excuse me, and you are? Simon Spry, ma'am, from the paper.
Our photographer bailed, and I can't take an in-focus photo to save my life.
Be back right after curtain call.
Yes, Aunt Maddie.
Dana Sue would kill me.
Must I speak now? Ay, marry, must you.
For you must understand, he goes but to see a noise that he heard and is to come again.
"Ninus's tomb," man.
Why, you must not speak that yet.
That you answer to Pyramus.
You speak all your part at once, cues and all.
As true as truest horse that yet would never tire.
- Yeah, my brother's pretty funny.
- So good.
Else the Puck a liar call.
So good night unto you all.
Give me your hands if we be friends, and Robin shall restore amends.
Bravo! Good show! You were amazing, honey.
Thanks! Where's Dad? Um, he had to duck out for a patient at the last minute.
He left before it started.
He was on call.
I loved every second of it, though.
This is now my new favorite play.
Want to meet the rest of the cast? Thanks, but no.
I have to go.
Are you okay? I'm going away.
But I couldn't go without seeing this.
I want you to know how incredibly proud I am of you and all of your hard work.
You're such an amazing young man, and this baby is blessed to have you as a big brother.
I'm gonna miss you.
I'm gonna miss you too, sweetie.
That is a very big brownie, Miss Thing.
Hi! Oh, I'm so proud of you.
- Can't breathe, Mom.
- Okay, I'm sorry.
Can I be a fairy too? Sure.
Want a magic wand? Kyle, you were truly amazing.
You're a regular Olivier up there.
You, um, looking for anyone in particular? Hey, captain of our fairy band, you were the best part of the show.
- Thanks.
- Come on, your adoring public awaits.
Tell your mom the theater department appreciates Sullivan's.
You know, her being sponsor of the play.
Oh, she'll love these.
The gerbera daisies are her favorite.
- Which are yours? - The white roses.
Thank you.
I'm really glad you came tonight.
Yeah, I wouldn't have missed it for the world.
Thanks for the flower.
Good night.
Hey, superstar.
Need anything before bed? Wanna talk about it? Come here.
You're up late.
What's going on? You going somewhere? I am.
Cradle's already in the car.
Noreen, are you leaving? But Hey, we're having a baby, you Tell me the truth, Bill.
Would you have proposed to me if I hadn't been pregnant? Okay, hang on a minute.
W Answer the question.
I Look, it it's complicated.
- Bill.
- No, I Noreen, I was married.
You were.
And you said Maddie didn't understand you, and you didn't love her anymore, and I fell for it.
Noreen, that was all true.
Maybe, but it wasn't because of loving me or because you wanted to build a family with me, you just wanted something different.
And maybe you convinced yourself it was real.
You sure convinced me, but it wasn't.
This is real.
Real is putting us first, putting our child first, and that's what I have to do.
Hey, just hang on a second.
Where are you goin'? I'm going home.
To people who really love me.
I don't know why I'm nervous, this is technically our second date.
But tonight you might see it all the way through.
- Dear! To completion! - Stop! Okay, stop! No, no, never stop! Hello.
You are properly polished and buffed.
- Oh, I could only hope.
- Yes, thank you.
What did you decide to wear? Uh, that dress, you know? With gold heels.
But even more importantly - Oh.
Ooh! - Mmm.
Oh, dear.
- Okay.
- That ought to tear easily.
Stop it! I bought this for a special occasion that never happened.
Oh, well, worry not.
It is happening tonight.
Why are you going into the closet? It's not like we haven't seen all that.
I would like to make a grand entrance.
- Oh, please.
- Oh, dear.
It's not us you're trying to seduce, it's Cal, and that's not gonna take much work.
What if I'm not good at it with someone new? What if you're even better? Stop overthinking it! Just follow your feelings, wherever they may lead you.
Oh, I miss dates.
Dates? Oh, excuse you.
The full menu, not just dessert.
You're terrible.
Are you really ready to get into a relationship? No, no, no, no.
I am happy being independent and just just having it be me and Annie, you know? But you know what I'm talking about.
That, ugh, that initial rush of excitement and the flirting and dressing up and the first kisses and I don't know.
I miss I miss that.
Oh, damn, girl.
Oh, that poor man.
Hey, you.
Uh, what are you doing? Oh, I'm just getting home from Maddie's.
We had to help her get ready for a big ol' date she's got.
Oh, dates.
I, uh, I miss those.
Same here.
Speaking of, when can I see you? Probably sooner than you think.
What do you mean by that? Oh What are you doing here? You know how I said I know a guy? Uh-huh.
I am that guy.
I guess you are! What's this? Well, I thought we could share a dessert.
I don't know.
I'm pretty territorial about my cheesecake.
Hey I just don't want you to think this is the only reason I invited you here.
Cal, stop being such a gentleman.

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