The Bold Type (2017) s03e08 Episode Script


1 Previously, on "The Bold Type.
" You worked for Pamela Dolan as her assistant.
Half my job was carrying camera equipment.
The other half was handing out NDAs.
Would there be any chance that you remember the models? It's my book tour itinerary.
Twenty-three cities in eight weeks.
That's a lot of cities.
Hi, this is Sutton.
That was Julian Grant.
He just called to personally welcome me into the seminar.
- To Sutton.
- Maybe I was feeling stuck.
- Because of me? - Maybe.
It is really hard to hear that you're, like, the opposite of a muse for someone.
This is the real me: Heartbroken.
- So now what? - Now I kiss you.
[upbeat music.]
[phone vibrates.]
- [exhales.]
- [gentle music.]
- What? - I don't know.
I hope I don't have a problem now.
Huh? Well, we have an election coming up, and I just can't get out of bed.
Yeah, I get it.
But, you know, I am paying you.
- So - Really? I'm totally vulnerable right now, - and that's what you say? - Yeah.
- As my campaign manager.
- Oh, as your campaign manager.
- Did I not mention that? - No, you did leave that out.
- Oh.
- But you're right, - you're right.
- Hey.
Election's around the corner.
We got babies to kiss, hands to shake, un-woke to wake.
- Don't say nothing, nothing, nothing - Oh.
Nothing at all So this is the first text from Adena in how long? Five or six weeks? Okay, yes.
After I sent Adena's stuff back, we were texting a little bit.
You know, nothing major.
Just "Hi, how are you?" - You were "tingering.
" - What? - Huh? - Lingering in a relationship via text.
I made it up.
- Sorry, continue.
- Her text said "Would really love to see you.
" - What does that even mean? - I don't know.
Maybe it could mean she'd really love to see you.
- Naked.
- You know what's crazy is I used to fantasize about the moment that I would finally see Adena again.
You know, like, what she'd say, and then what I'd say.
How you would have Michelle Obama arms - when you ran into her? - Whatever, I just I fell so hard so fast.
Adena opened my eyes.
She taught me things about myself, and she was is incredible.
- She is.
- We know.
- Yeah.
- Which is why you have to text her back and say yes, you'll meet her tonight.
Actually, that's why I just said that I can't.
- Really? - Really.
I need to move on, and I just can't with this right now.
What did you say? Let me see.
[groovy music.]
"Work is so crazy, I can't.
"I'll text when I come up for air.
Plain smiley face.
" Great work.
- Thank you.
- I just have one addition.
Yeah, if you could just make one - You know what? - I was gonna say you should Don't, you're actually touching it! Hey! Go on the record about Pamela Dolan? What, just ignore my nondisclosure? - That could cost me $40,000.
- We don't think it would.
People are starting to see NDAs for what they really are.
Evidence of abuse.
And we have a little more.
- I'm a model.
- A model who came out here straight from Iowa at 16 years old, and was ordered by the "Pamela Dolan" to get into freezing ocean waters.
You were in there so long that you were hospitalized.
That's not normal.
Pamela is so powerful.
Who's going to believe me? Well, what if it wasn't just you? What if we got other women to break their NDAs with you? Like who? Well, I'd need to get them to agree first before I reveal their names to you, but I will call them, and then I'll talk to you.
[groovy music.]
So, some of you are taking to design like a duck to water, and some of you, well, not yet.
Look at it.
The stitching, it's impeccable, thereby fulfilling the theme of the piece.
Donnie, great job.
So you win this class's Runway Prize.
Now, everyone else, there's always next class.
[indistinct chatter.]
- Hey, uh, Daphne, right? - Yeah.
I really liked your blouse.
- Simple.
- Thanks.
Actually, I really liked yours, too.
Aw, thanks.
Julian Grant certainly didn't.
[both laugh.]
Yeah, well.
that's because he was blinded by the $250-a-yard fabric and the Gucci-grade sewing machine that made it.
[groovy music.]
The design class is really great, but I honestly get the vibe that a lot of these other students don't even have day jobs.
So they have plenty of time for the assignments, unlike the hardest-working assistant in fashion.
Yeah, and a lot of them have professional quality sewing machines, too.
It's fine, I enjoy being the underfunded underdog.
That is why I like the Phillies.
Yeah, I've been meaning to have a word with you about that.
See, you live in Manhattan now, and we're Yankees fans.
You are, I'm not.
- Oh, I got it.
- It's okay.
I can get my salad, and you can get your - carbonara-carpaccio.
- Sutton, you don't have to.
- Let me get it.
- I'm Venmo-ing you right now.
[phone beeps.]
Now you can get it.
And all the air miles.
[upbeat music.]
[computer beeps.]
Oh, Reynolds just posted a video.
Oh, has he got his sleeves rolled up, - looking like he gives a shit? - No.
Actually, it's an ad about you.
Kat Edison claims she's a serious, legitimate candidate.
Well, this is the real Kat Edison, shown in all her unfiltered social media posts.
Shot, selfies, wild nights, tears.
This is the real me.
Take her word for it, this is the real Kat Edison.
Paid for by the Committee to Re-elect Lawrence Reynold.
Well, congratulations.
You're in politics now.
[soft music.]
- You okay? - It's weird to Yeah, because that's not the real you.
That's a distorted version of you spliced together for a hit piece.
- Right? - Right.
Kat, seriously, do not worry about it.
[soft music.]
So what do we do? We hit back, but our way.
[groovy music.]
So Jacqueline Carlyle is coming here now? You might want to run a vacuum around.
I did, twice.
Look, so, um, we're chasing a big story Say no more.
I will go out.
Maybe do a little bit of light reading.
- Ryan's book? - Yeah.
So what do you think? It's great.
He's an evocative writer.
And, well, you know.
- What? - Well, you read it, right? Of course I read it.
I got the first copy.
I know it's fiction, but the hook-ups, the parties, the four-ways.
[doorbell rings.]
That's my cue.
See you at work.
[groovy music.]
- Hello? - Hello, hi, is Jane here? She's coming.
If you all tell your stories about Pamela together, then the "she said/she said" becomes "she said/they all said.
" Yeah, and we all get sued for breaking our NDAs.
We don't think that will happen.
If multiple voices come forward, then Pamela's going to be ducking for cover, trying to protecting her image.
Speaking of image, what about ours? I mean, won't we get smeared? Yeah, I can hear it now.
A bunch of whiny models.
Not if we break the story first, get ahead of the smear campaign.
Jane will write the story, and we will do a top-shelf photo shoot.
- With what photographer? - Yeah, good ones might hesitate to shoot something that takes Pamela Dolan down.
I promise We will take care of you.
My ladies, are you with me? - I'm in.
- Yeah, me too.
They say gotta give and take but This sound is my way, and my way Should we order dinner? [exhales.]
Why don't you just say what you really mean? - Do I want to work late? - Oh, Red, you're working late.
- I know.
- I'm just curious if you want to go hungry while we do it.
Oliver, can I see you in my office for a minute? Sure.
Vegan tacos, and no mystery queso.
Copy that.
Hello, Jane.
- We're doing it.
- The Pamela Dolan story? [gasps.]
We're going to blow her abusive ass up in the Fall issue.
The best part is doing this piece is going to put Jacqueline back on top where she belongs.
- Jane, be careful.
- What? Your nipples are hard.
You like it.
So a photographer who can capture emotion, but knows how to drink a good cup of shut-up.
We definitely need discretion.
That's going to be tough.
It's a small community.
They share lighting and grips, and Okay, let's stop there.
So we go outside the community, but it just has to be someone that's good.
Well, here's one.
Adena El-Amin.
Um, her agent emailed me.
I think she lives in Paris, but she's here for a gallery opening.
- That's Kat's ex, right? - Yes.
And as I recall, Adena's very talented.
Gets political, and she shot our body positivity piece, right? [groovy music.]
- She did.
- Well.
Would she be good for this? Jane? Honestly Yeah, yeah.
She would be perfect.
And as soon as Oliver said it, I knew that Adena kind of was perfect for it.
- Are you okay? - Yeah.
I mean, if Adena's perfect for it, then you should use her.
And if I'm going move on, I got to move on.
[phone buzzes.]
I should go because Tia's organized for a reporter from "NY14" to do a piece on me.
She said it was better to show that I am a female, kickass force of nature than to, you know, stoop to their level and do a negative ad.
Ah, I'm Sutton Brady, and I approve this message.
- Great, see you guys later.
- Okay.
And, hey, Jane.
It's really okay.
You should use Adena.
I'm fine.
[both sigh.]
I know that we should leave, but I just can't.
[phone buzzes.]
Well, that dream died fast.
- Hey, you busy? - I thought I was busy, and then Oliver gave me a shoot to style, and I'm also working on my design assignment for class, so now, I'm really busy.
This is going to be a jacket someday.
Wow, so quick fashion-related questions since you are an expert.
There's this up and coming young designer.
A real shooting star who's in need of a high-end sewing machine.
I'm just wondering, will this model do the trick? - Oh, my God, it's beautiful.
- Right? - You want to buy this for me? - For us.
- It's $2,500! - It makes 27 different kinds of buttonholes, so that's a deal.
You know, I actually have a plan in place - to buy a new one.
- What? Yeah, I'm cutting back on coffee and also ride shares.
Sutton, that could take years.
Don't you need this for your class now? Nah, I'm going to bring in my old sewing machine and use the simple stitch as part of my signature design.
I can't believe you don't want this.
Well, believe it, babe.
- I have to get back to work.
- Oh.
[groovy music.]
Woman, woman, got a whole lot of nerve She the flame in the fire Uh, Jane? Adena, hi.
- You look great.
- Thanks, you too.
- Uh, do you want a coffee? - No, no, no.
- I'm good, thank you.
- So how long are you in town? Uh, three weeks.
I have a gallery opening in Chelsea next week, and then a few to scout.
Possible locations for a new multimedia series.
- Wow, you're really busy.
- I am, yeah.
And this shoot seems very important.
The truth is, as soon as I heard your name come up, I knew you were perfect for it, which was challenging for me, because of - Kat.
- Yeah.
But I spoke with her about it, and she's fine with it.
How is Kat now? She's good, she's really good.
I know she's been busy.
We haven't reconnected yet.
Yeah, and "busy" is an understatement.
I mean, she's killing it at work.
She's running for city council.
- She's kind of seeing someone.
- Oh.
Well, good.
I'm I'm happy to hear that.
- I want her to be happy, Jane.
- She is happy.
So, um, we're shooting these women at "Scarlet.
" Yes, I think it's safer that way.
Okay, I'd love to see the backdrops, if possible.
[groovy music.]
Yeah, most of my job involves interacting with 6 million people online.
And that will help you represent District One? Mm-hmm, yeah, I listen, I hear the consensus, and take appropriate action.
I think those will be useful skills when elected to City Council.
- I think we got it.
- Of course you got it.
She is it.
Thank you so much.
We should probably clear out.
It's still a place of business.
- All the best.
- Thank you.
- Hey, this was a good idea.
- Yeah.
- Not going negative in response? - Yeah.
Showing me in the workplace, letting people know that I can handle a leadership role.
Yeah, it's very smart.
You have too much to offer to go negative.
[elevator dings.]
- Adena, hi.
- Kat, hi.
Your hair.
I love it.
Oh, thanks.
This is Tia.
She's my campaign manager.
- Hi.
- Nice to meet you.
- This is Adena.
- Yeah, I've seen photos.
I'm going to catch up with the guys, and get in on the edit if I can, so I'll see you later.
So, I guess you've been pretty busy.
- Yeah.
- You probably haven't - put down your phone in months.
- Nope.
Well, running for City Council.
- It's it's very impressive.
- Thanks.
Yeah, just "Vote for Kat.
" That'll that's got to be better.
- You'll be great.
- Thank you.
- Anyway - Yeah, we should - Yeah, it was good to see you.
- Yeah, you too.
Oh, can you feel the heat now So you have a gallery show coming up? Yeah, yeah, you should come.
- If you can.
- Yeah, maybe.
Can you feel the heat now? - Bye.
- See you.
I'm sorry.
Can you feel the heat now? - Damn it.
- What happened? We ran into Adena.
Kat, I'm so sorry.
I thought that you were out getting interviewed.
Yeah, it's fine.
I just didn't expect, you know, seeing her to hurt this much, that's all.
Why didn't you expect it? I just really thought I was over her.
- Well, that was dumb.
- Kat, Adena's your first.
You'll get over her.
It'll just take time.
Yeah, Jane's right.
Firsts are a totally different thing.
I mean, the way you feel about Adena, I felt about Billy, who had an "Ass, gas, or grass, no one rides for free" bumper sticker.
- He's the one that got away.
- Yeah.
What? [somber music.]
I don't know, it's just I mean, you broke up with Richard, - and then you went back, right? - Yeah.
So, yeah, I mean, Adena is my first, but what if she's my Richard? Maybe that's why seeing her hurt so much.
Oh, my God.
This sucks.
See, this is why I didn't do relationships for so long.
Screwing around is so much easier.
Yeah, it's a really, really good option.
- Hey, hang in there.
- You're going to be okay.
[soft music.]
[all groan.]
- Hey.
- Hi.
- It's a sewing machine.
- It is.
And I know I should've told you about it when I showed you the picture, but you were just so against it.
- I still am.
- Which is why I drew up a P&L document detailing our liabilities and assets.
I included everything from rent to the fact that you drink most of the orange juice.
That's 23.
75 in your column.
But you did start to make the coffee in the morning, so that saves me $43 in lattes.
And everything pretty much evens out except for the 100 grand you saved me in legal fees, because I would have married Jessica and then gotten a divorce if you hadn't come along.
So, you know, just trying to keep everything fair.
That is really something.
But I still can't accept it.
Sutton, I don't know what to say.
Don't say anything.
Just hug me, and tell me that you get how hard this is.
But that's just it.
I don't get it.
- Why won't you let me do this? - Why are you so desperate to buy me a $2,500 sewing machine? I'm not desperate.
I'm just trying to help.
- I don't want help.
- And I don't know why.
I get that you don't want my housekeeper to do your laundry, but splitting every single dinner check, and making sure that you pay your part of the groceries, and not letting me buy you a gift? It doesn't feel like you're just doing your part.
It feels like you're keeping me at bay.
[tense music.]
- The timing wasn't great.
- Yeah.
That was some really bad elevator luck, huh? [groovy music.]
- Oh, you mean - Yeah.
Well, you know, what happened between us was big for me.
Yeah, me, too.
But, you know, woman plans and God laughs, right? Yeah, but why didn't you just tell me Adena was back in town? Because things are great.
We're great, right? - Yeah.
- I just didn't want it - to be a thing.
- So then was it a thing? And as you whisper my name I've never had an ex before, so I'm kind of still figuring it out, and I assume that it's supposed to feel weird and awkward running into someone in your work place with your new boo.
- Who is your campaign manager.
- Yeah.
But the most important thing is that Adena and I didn't work.
We're done.
Okay, well, then, uh I just have one question.
Is Adena a voter in our district? - No.
- Then I don't want to talk about her anymore.
- Cool? - Okay.
[groovy music.]
"We're beasts.
Procreation machines "put on the planet to make more beasts, "and we try to tie that to emotion and love, "because we're optimists, but it's horseshit.
And ultimately, it's doomed to fail.
" - Romantic.
- Okay, it's also fiction, and if I could get a hold of Ryan, I would have him explain that to you.
If I have to leave again, we're going to have to discuss my rent.
- Hello.
- Hi.
I'm here to stitch and bitch.
And I think I should still have a key.
- What are you doing here? - Whatever I want.
- Wow.
- You know, and Richard, he just wants to pay for rent, and pay for dinner, - and pay for a sewing machine.
- What an asshole.
I want to pay for my own stuff.
And where were you two when I was broke - buying sushi on first dates? - Buying our own sushi.
- Ah, boom! - Touché.
But, Sutton, you and Richard live together.
Can't he share with the person he loves? I mean, what's wrong with that? It just makes me feel bought and paid for.
Are you? [groovy music.]
- No.
- So if it's just how you're feeling, isn't that on you? You know what, also, I tried your fancy coffee.
It's It's not that good.
It's not that great.
- It's pretty bad.
- Look, I get it.
I am simultaneously Jeff the molester and Ask Alex.
Well, let me ask you a question, "Jeff-lex.
" Ooh, whoa, too soon.
If you were dating a woman who was rich Mm-hmm.
would you let her pay for everything? Whoo, I mean, that would be hard for me.
And it would hurt my ego a little.
But yeah, if it made her happy.
Um, but this isn't about me.
The question is what works best for you and Richard? [groovy music.]
Uh, no scrims, please.
It should feel like sunlight exposing truth.
- Just raw and revealing.
- Okay.
I think we have the right photographer in Adena.
- Anything else? - No, we're good.
And there's still a lot to do upstairs.
- Thanks, Sutton.
- Yes, thank you.
So, I think if we just move that - Jane, is everything okay? - No.
Ingrid just got a phone call.
Pamela Dolan's lawyers are threatening to sue.
Oh, the hack.
They got a hold of that email with the recording you sent me.
[tense music.]
I think they're going to back out.
[soft music.]
Ladies, I can empathize.
I was also the victim of abuse.
The circumstances were different, but like all of you, I lived with my secret.
I thought by keeping it, I was in control.
But then, I realized that what I was actually doing was surrendering my power.
My power to help other women.
You ladies are all so much more powerful than you realize.
Don't let Pamela Dolan or anyone take that from you.
- That was amazing.
- Yeah.
I could've used a Jacqueline in my life.
Just having someone like her to talk to.
I probably could have avoided some pretty big mistakes.
- Are you talking about - We should get to it before we miss the moment.
[dance music.]
I learned many things that I could change so slightly But why would I succumb to something so unlike me? I was always taught to just be myself Don't change for anyone I wanna love, I don't wanna cry Don't want these tears inside my eyes, yeah I just wanna feel beautiful [vocalizing.]
I just wanna feel beautiful Hey.
Um, I just want to say thank you.
Thank you for hiring me, Jane.
It's stories like this that change the world, make it a better place for the women after us.
Before, when you were talking about big mistakes, what were you talking about? Well, I was talking about a lot of things.
Was one of them Kat? Yes.
Why did you leave her in Paris? [soft music.]
That's a-a good question.
I was hoping I could discuss it with her.
She was really hurt and confused.
She felt like she was stifling you.
- Like she wasn't inspiring.
- I know.
But that's not the truth.
You know, I was confused, too.
I was living in her house.
I couldn't travel anywhere.
I wasn't making any money of my own for the first time.
That was really hard for me.
And I blamed her.
I made a mistake.
But it doesn't matter now.
She's happy.
And, um, she's seeing someone.
You know, thank you for the opportunity, Jane.
I really hope the photos do these women and, of course, your story justice.
- I have to finish up.
- Yeah.
[somber music.]
Yes, go! Come on, you little bitch! - How's it going? - It's going.
Cool, I just had a conversation with Adena, and I need to talk to somebody, because I don't know what to do.
Yeah, don't tell me.
I don't have time.
- I don't want to know.
- Adena just told me that what happened in Paris was a mistake.
[machine stops.]
- What? - I don't think - she's over Kat.
- Oh, my God.
What do we do? Do we tell her? - I don't know.
- You saw Kat.
- She's not over Adena.
- I know.
But, I mean, I don't want to blow things up with her and Tia.
They seem so great.
But what if Adena is Kat's Richard? I know he and I are in a bumpy spot right now, but still, I would want to know.
Wouldn't you? - Yeah.
- Ladies.
Come see what we have wrought.
I'll deal with you later.
[upbeat music.]
These are powerful.
You really captured their spirit, Adena.
Thank you.
It was a real honor.
And we can worship beauty, even money, but no one should ever have to suffer abuse.
[clears throat.]
Oh, please, Red.
I treat you like a Fabergé egg.
Um, Jane, can I talk to you for a second? Mm-hmm.
You need to finish up their written profiles quickly, because now that Pamela Dolan is on the trail, we need to move up our timeline, get our ducks in a row, because we are going to bring Pamela in here, we're going to confront her with this, and get a statement.
Wow, um, okay.
- Here we go.
- Yes, here we go.
All right.
- Is everything okay? - Yeah, yeah, no.
- It's just it's a big day.
- Yeah.
Do we tell her? [soft music.]
Look at them.
I think we have to.
Hey, what's up? Was the shoot okay? Uh, yeah.
Adena was amazing.
I mean, I'm not surprised, so what's up? Well, Adena talked to Jane about you and what happened in Paris.
What did she say? She said what happened in Paris was a mistake.
I'm not even sure she understands it, but I don't think she's over you, Kat.
Uh [soft music.]
- Okay.
- I'm sorry, it's just, like, with everything you were saying Yeah, we just I mean, we thought that you should know, even if all you get out of it is closure.
Oh, this asymmetrical one showed some imagination.
And the sleeve cuts are innovative.
Uh, I ran out of fabric.
Necessity, the mother of invention.
Ah, which brings us to the primitive stitching on this women's tuxedo jacket.
Look at that.
Ironic and witty.
So tonight's Runway Prize goes to Sutton.
- Thank you.
- Mm-hmm.
Keep working hard.
Here's why.
As some of you may already know, I'm rolling out my spring line soon, and as part of that fashion show, this class is going to do a little pre-show.
You'll show three to four looks each.
Buyers will be there.
So if you want to jumpstart your career, that's where you could do it.
So that's it for tonight.
Look at you, and I knew you when Oh, please.
[phone rings.]
Oh, uh, sorry.
Hey, babe, just one sec.
Um, it's my boyfriend.
He's just going to want to know what Julian said.
He was up all night with me helping me.
- Oh, he helped you sew? - Um, no.
More like helped with the baby, fed me-type things.
Oh, sorry.
Hey, you will never guess what he said.
He called it innovative.
No, babe, I couldn't have done it without you.
What, no, don't do that.
Just wait for me.
Okay, well, I'm going to be home soon.
[groovy music.]
Give me a reason and I'll fall in like - I'll fall all over myself trying - - [phone beeps.]
- I try until I build it up I pretend till it's real enough - 'cause I was made to act it out - I was made to twist and shout, oh I was made to be the one You thought you remembered from the song You okay? Yeah.
- Gustave Flaubert.
- What? Gustave Flaubert.
He wrote "Madame Bovary.
" I was an English major.
It's this brilliant dive inside of the mind of a young French peasant woman written by a rich city dude.
I still have so much to learn about you.
The point is, maybe being a good writer is the ability to step outside of yourself.
Write from a point of view that's not yours at all, which Ryan does well.
I think I was just jealous.
Well, you shouldn't be.
You are also a great writer, "Jeff-lex.
" Still too soon.
Yeah, no, you're right.
It's just since Ryan's been gone, it's been really hard for us to connect.
[clears throat.]
Also, didn't Madame Bovary have an affair? I was also an English major.
[groovy music.]
That wasn't my point.
But, yeah, she did.
Yeah, so it's "Kat with a K on Election Day.
" Yeah, we think it's cute, too.
All right, thanks, bye.
Okay, you ready to record some robo-calls? - Robo-calls.
- Uh-huh.
"Are you a voter?" - That was lame.
- We have time.
- It'll get there.
- Yeah.
Oh, hey, I think I'm going to have to go home tonight.
The next couple days are going to be insane, and if I don't water my plants, I will officially be a plant murderer and I cannot have another Election Day massacre on my hands.
- I do this every year.
- Yeah, I get it.
Cool, thanks.
Hey, you know what I adore about you? It's the fact that you make this and us it's just it's easy.
- It's great.
- Thanks, babe.
Where is this thing? I did so many drafts.
[soft music.]
- I-I just - You okay? Getting antsy? I get it, we've been working really hard.
We're in the home stretch.
Yeah, home stretch.
[groovy music.]
- I got the Runway Prize.
- Wow.
- What is it? - I get to say I got the Runway Prize.
And you proved that you could do it all by yourself.
Yeah, I did.
But now, I'm wondering if there's a better way.
You know, maybe I don't always have to do it by myself.
[soft music.]
I want this to work for both of us.
The thing is, I don't really have a great example of how that goes.
See, my mom would go to the mailbox once a month, hoping that there would be a check in there from my dad.
And whenever there wasn't one, the look of panic on her face And allowing you to pay for things, allowing myself to depend on you, is hard for me.
I don't know if you've noticed or not, but I depend on you too.
Are you going to get the P&L sheet out again? - Do I need to? - I think I got it.
You owe me $1 million.
[both laugh.]
So, um is the sewing machine still here? I haven't had a chance to return it yet.
I'll take it.
And thank you.
[romantic music.]
- Kat.
- Hi.
- I'm glad you called.
- Yeah.
Adena, look, I just started seeing someone.
- I know.
- And she's great.
She's really great.
I'm happy.
Then I'm happy you're happy.
But, I I just, uh never really understood what happened to us.
I thought about it a lot, and maybe it means I'm insecure or whatever, but it tortured me.
No, I get it.
I'm tired of just hiding away Wrestling my instincts Do you want to walk? To keep them at bay Yeah, let's walk.
How much longer I can keep it inside Can we work it out? Can we work it out? Won't you just open your eyes?