Transplant (2020) s01e05 Episode Script


When I was your age, I had to spend the night in a hospital too.
Lots of times, actually.
(MEL): It's difficult when you come home for such a short time.
I know it's hard.
But we're here now.
You should make the most of it.
(INDISTINCT CHATTERING) I can't accept this.
It's a gift for Eid, tradition.
Okay? How's the place? It's fine.
I don't have much privacy, but it's a bed.
You haven't heard from the police again I hope? No.
You? Nothing.
Hopefully they've forgotten me now.
And what about work? Have you been able to find any? I did.
I did.
English, Amira.
If he needs money, maybe he needs food? Amira, you know I'm working, huh? What's the story they told? So many people came for Mama's Maqlubeh that we finished it all? Baba had to bring more lamb? You remember that? You were so young.
We should be celebrating.
What? We went to prayers.
I got you new clothes.
I wish they were still here.
I know.
(HIGH-PITCHED RINGING) (SOUNDS MUFFLED) (RINGING STOPS) I want to come to the hospital with you.
- Amira.
- It's Saturday.
I will be quiet.
I won't move.
I'll do my homework.
I have a lot of homework, Bash.
Amira, it's not the kind of place people go for no reason, okay? I have a reason.
I want to be with you today.
Force of habit.
I'm sorry.
I know I've missed a few appointments.
I know.
All you're supposed to do is see me twice a year.
Yeah, I know.
You're avoiding me, Magalie.
No, I'm I'm busy.
Your rhythm's normal now, but there was a flag on your remote monitoring.
- Arrhythmia? - Mm.
- More than one flag? - Three.
You didn't feel them? We replace a pacemaker every six years.
I've had this one almost that long.
It's probably just a glitch.
Humour me.
How've you been feeling? Totally at odds with whatever report that thing sent you.
I'm fine.
If there was anything wrong, I'd be feeling dizziness, shortness of breath, chest pain.
Yeah, yeah, you're a doctor, I get it.
I'd still like to do a stress test to be sure.
Half an hour.
That's all I need.
I've got to go to work.
Next week? What do I have to do here, Mags? Get Bishop to make you my cardiology fellow? I'll be back, I promise.
(SIGHING) (ELEVATOR BEEPS) Do you ever not start early? Oh! Ah! You need to tell me if you see the girl with snakes in her veins.
Hey Charlie.
Did you come for a needle exchange? He was polling all of triage, asking about snakes.
Scared a couple people so they said to put him in Exam 4.
I'll get a nurse to start fluids.
He seems a bit off his baseline.
Good morning, Dr.
Lou? Are you two a thing? Like a secret work thing? Please learn boundaries.
Fast start today, we have a GSW coming in, 33-year-old male, ETA 8 minutes.
I need blood.
I need bodies.
There's a found down on the way in too.
Hamed takes the found down.
Curtis, Dr.
Leblanc with the GSW.
Any info on the patient? Elderly woman in cardiac arrest.
That's all I've got.
Oh and good news.
I'll be your attending today.
What? It was a scheduling mess up.
Meaning you went in and messed it up? Lena Joseph, 85 years old, VF arrest.
Mailman saw her in the living room floor and broke through the front window.
She's obviously been down for some time, she looks dehydrated.
12 minutes CPR.
Defib'd twice and two doses of epi.
No pulse.
She's still in VFIB.
Okay, charging the defibrillator, 200J, unsynchronized.
Everybody clear.
(COMPUTERIZED VOICE): Shock advised.
Start compressions right away.
Do we know how long she was lying here before anybody found her? Could've been days.
The mailman said she lives alone.
There's a daughter, but she wasn't around.
Two minutes of CPR and then a pulse check.
Will Marsh, BP 80 over 60, heart rate 110.
They were held up at gunpoint outside a bank.
Will pushed me out of the way.
I was handing over my purse and the guy shot anyway! Okay, stay here, alright? Stay right here.
- One, two, three.
- (MAN GROANING) Will, can you feel your arms and legs? What do we have? Single penetrating bullet wound to the abdomen.
Husband and wife report hearing one shot fired.
Has he been persistently hypotensive? 80's four over 62.
Let's log roll him to check for other wounds.
On three.
One, two, three.
- (GROANING) - Stop! Please (MAGS): Will, let me know where it hurts! (MEDICAL MACHINES BEEPING) - No exit wound.
- One, two, three.
The bullet is still inside, sir.
What does the bullet rule say, Dr.
Leblanc? The bullet wound seen on imaging should always be an even number.
LOC decreasing.
Get him some blood and TXA.
- FAST positive.
- Let's get an AP, abdomen and chest, see if we can find the bullet or fragments.
Let's roll him, on three.
One, two, three.
One, two, three.
Give me a sec.
Will? Ma'am, you can't be in here right now.
Lucy, Will's a fighter! Okay? We need to figure out the path the bullet took when it went through his body Dr.
Bishop? Looks like the bullet is lodged against his pancreas.
The best thing you can do for Will is to give us space to work.
I'll come and explain everything after.
Find out how long OR needs for an emergency lap.
On it.
While you're filling the wife in, - get a full medical history.
- Copy.
Recharging defib.
Stop compressions.
Everybody clear.
(COMPUTERIZED VOICE): Shock advised.
(MACHINES BEEPING STEADILY) Okay, I've got a pulse.
She's waking up! Mrs.
Joseph? It's good to have you back with us.
This isn't right.
It's okay.
You were under cardiac arrest, but we were able to revive you.
You were supposed to let me die.
(SOFT MUSIC) (LIGHT MUSIC) - Well, that's a new one.
Charlie's in the vents? Going where? Pharmacy, maybe.
He's out of luck, all the narcotics are locked up.
Should I call the cops, Dr.
Bishop? Or the fire department? Not much point until we can find him.
We've known Charlie for years.
He's harmless.
Best to try and coax him down before we have to take more drastic action.
I connected with Lena Joseph's daughter, Erin.
She's on her way.
How did she react? Like she found out her mother almost died.
Not sure there's a standard response.
I don't know how you'd be able to forgive yourself for something like that.
We don't know the whole story.
Well, we know she wasn't there, and her mother was alone.
I've learned to not let what happens here affect me personally.
Or maybe it's what makes you a good doctor.
Miles, this is Doctor Hunter.
You can call me Theo.
What seems to be the problem, pal? Persistent erection.
That can happen.
You here by yourself? He didn't wanna give us his mom's number.
How long it's been going on? Could you give us a minute? Thank you.
Four hours.
It hurts.
Okay, Miles, you're going to be fine, but four hours is a long time.
You wanna tell me what's going on? I was supposed to meet this girl after school.
So you took something.
I found some of my dad's old pills.
And that's why you didn't want us to call your mom.
She'd freak! We don't talk about this kind of stuff.
It might resolve with ice and pseudoephedrine.
If plan A works, we don't have to call your mom.
What's plan B? Let's cross that bridge if we come to it.
Okay? (MACHINES BEEPING) (SOFT MUSIC) Are you my mother's doctor? - Yes.
Bashir Hamed.
- Hi.
They said that you were out of town? At a month-long training program for work.
But I drove straight back here as soon as they called.
I saw her just before I left.
How could I have missed her being so ill? She was extremely dehydrated when she was brought in.
She hadn't had any food or water for days.
I stocked her fridge.
I even tried to set her up with a meal program.
Has she been forgetful? Or I don't think so.
Why? It's possible that she stopped eating and drinking on purpose.
My mother would never do that.
(SOFT PIANO MUSIC) - Lucy? - Hmm? Will's being prepped for an emergency surgery to remove the bullet.
But you said it's been lodged in his abdomen? Yes.
Which caused significant bleeding.
Surgeons will be able to tell us if there's damage to his organs once they take it out.
Do you want to sit down? Please.
Um The guy, he smelled like cigarettes.
And at first, I thought he was just waiting to use the machine.
I just wanted to stop for cash.
And if I didn't, none of this would be happening.
Police told us they arrested the shooter.
Now he asked if I was doing okay.
He's lying there Bleeding and he's asking if I'm okay? You found yourself a good one.
I don't deserve him.
I'm sure that's not true.
But Will needs you now.
I'd like to ask you a few questions about his medical history.
It'll help us treat him.
Let's start with medication.
Is he taking anything regularly? Mom? Your doctor thinks that you may have stopped eating on purpose? I told him there's no way that could be true.
But are you not feeling well? Have you lost your appetite? I didn't want you to have to deal with this.
(SOFT PIANO MUSIC) Are you saying he's right? I'm so sorry, honey.
The cleaner was coming Monday.
He was going to find me.
- You tried to die? - More like I stopped trying to live.
My pills.
I had it all planned out I don't understand.
Why? Why would you do this? I'm old, Erin.
Everything hurts.
I wanted to control this.
Go on my terms.
While I still could.
How could you be thinking like this and not tell me? Please, honey.
Try to understand.
You know how awful it was when Dad went.
So I'm just supposed to be okay with losing you too? No.
I can't hear this.
I can't hear this right now.
She taught high school physics.
She always pushed me to be rational, ordered, even as a kid.
I've never heard her sound like that.
Are you sure she hasn't been struggling with depression? It's been tough since Dad passed, but that's been two years now.
I thought she was fine.
That is not her.
At her age, there could be some underlying neurological condition.
I'd like to send her to get a CT scan and cognitive testing.
Something like dementia can cause extreme personality changes.
Please do everything you can.
- I will.
- Thank you.
Anything? Should I try more I think we're beyond manual labour.
Time for plan B.
You never said what that was.
We drain it with a needle.
Don't worry.
It sounds worse than it is.
We use freezing.
Ugh, can we wait a little longer? I think if you call my mom, she's definitely gonna call my dad.
He moved to San Francisco after they split.
Well, I don't live in the same city as my kids, and I'd still want to know what's going on with them.
Do you visit them? Mine doesn't.
And now my mom's gonna blame him because they were his pills.
Which is only gonna give him more reason not to visit.
We can give it a bit longer.
Are you avoiding me? First we can't be seen together, and now I can't smile at you? Look.
When I see you, I smile.
I can't help it.
I just don't want everyone knowing our business.
Okay? So Or is it that you're embarrassed to be dating the help? Would you stop talking about yourself like that? If that's not the problem, then what is? You really wanna do this now? Maybe we shouldn't do it at all.
Is that the CT on your found down? Mrs.
Radiology reported it's clear.
Next step is to order a psych eval.
You know you're going to need my sign-off for that.
She has chronic kidney disease, but good support from family and no other physical issues.
I want to know why she tried to kill herself.
Well, she's 85.
She's ill.
There's a possibility she may just be ready.
She'll need dialysis in the next year, but she's far from terminal.
We're all terminal.
It's just a case of when we figure that out.
We owe it to her to be sure.
You know, we do have a policy.
If a case bumps against a doctor's belief system, he's allowed to hand it off.
This has nothing to do with my belief system.
It's about making sure that I'm everything that I can for Mrs.
And for her daughter, who isn't ready to lose her mother.
Okay, see what psych has to say.
Thank you.
The kid's been in the room for three hours.
I need the bed.
Give him a little longer.
I think you should put him out of his misery and drain it.
Well, thanks for your opinion.
I'll let you know what I decide.
Is this your priapism? The kid's afraid of a needle? I think he's more afraid to tell his mom he's having sex.
Well, you know we do have a policy.
If a case bumps against a doctor's belief system, he is allowed to hand it off.
I'm just trying to be his ally.
A minor can make a consent for himself, as long as you're confident that he understands the weight of the decision.
Either way, Claire's right.
What goes up must come down.
Glad I'm not a teenager these days.
Glad I never had to raise any.
Speaking of, how's yours? Barely talking to me, as usual.
Guess it's your move then.
I haven't noticed you fasting.
It isn't Ramadan.
That's a different Eid.
Oh Hey, mind if I ask you a question? Mm-hmm.
So there's Christmas and Easter Christians, there's Sunday Christians, there's every day, all day Christians.
Is it kind the same thing with Muslims? - It's complicated.
- But you pray every day? Some days, I pray five times a day.
And some days, I don't pray at all.
(SOFT MUSIC) (INDISTINCT CHATTERING) I thought you weren't working today.
Weren't you supposed to go home? Yeah.
I picked up a shift.
Melissa thinks it's hard on the girls when I'm in and out so quickly.
You know, we decided I should only go back when I can stay for a longer time.
That can't be easy.
It's for the best.
I can focus on my work.
(MEDICAL MACHINES BEEPING) Will? Will! Hey! You're awake! Oh, thank God! About earlier I I don't Don't say anything.
Just don't go.
I won't.
I love you.
Will? Will? Will, hey! Help! Help, help, help! I need help in here! Pressure's tanking.
What happened? Is he seizing? He was awake for one second then he wasn't.
Ma'am, I need you to step back.
Looks more like decorticate posturing.
Intracranial hemorrhaging? We checked his whole body, there was no sign of head trauma.
We need to intubate, get him to CT.
Repeat his blood work.
- Prep 30 etomidate, 100 sux.
- Got it.
His INR levels were elevated but within range for a trauma patient with coagulopathy.
What are you thinking, blood thinners? Well, if he's on them, he's gonna bleed.
Even the slightest bump to his head could trigger a hemorrhage.
Lucy, you said that Will wasn't taking any medication.
Are you sure? But if there's any chance he was taking blood thinners, we need to know now.
We We haven't been together for five months.
I left him.
I'm not going to admit Lena Joseph to psychiatry.
She wants to die, that means she's depressed.
Not in the way I choose to treat clinically.
Is this about her age? Would you say the same thing if she was 20? Maybe not.
But that's my point.
You see, most of what we do here is artificially prolonging life.
Resuscitation, catheterization, surgery She's wrestling with this because she's in her 80s and ill.
It would be a mistake to apply a black and white stance to a more nuanced situation.
I don't consider wanting to help her taking a stance, I consider it my responsibility, doctor.
Wanting to control the way we go out isn't uncommon.
Look, as her primary physician, you can keep her in a 72-hour psych hold, but if it was just up to me? I'd cut her loose as soon as she's physically ready to go.
Well, then I'm glad it isn't up to you.
You're the doctor from Syria? Yeah? I treat a lot of patients who come from war zones.
We just met, so this is not a judgment, but if you ever need to talk to someone, feel free to reach out.
Don't you have a fancy coffee machine in your office? Well, I'm a man of the people, Claire.
Of course, and by that you mean another egomaniac doctor who knows everything? - Well, yeah.
- (CLAIRE CHUCKLES) But if you're still holding a grudge against Dr.
Hunter, - then you shouldn't because he's - A good guy? (SIGHING) Do you want me to talk to him? Uh, no.
No, it wasn't a big deal.
And you know I can fight my own battles.
Of that, I am well aware.
Is that it? You just came to tell me all the different ways in which I disappoint you? And that I changed my mind.
About Theo? About dinner.
You asked me the other day.
Tonight? Tomorrow.
And I'm buying.
I just got an offer on the house.
You're selling your mother's house? You love that house.
Well, I've been letting go of a few things lately.
Well, I'll book us a table.
Somewhere expensive.
Right now, we're balancing two opposing problems.
Will's abdominal injury from the bullet, and the brain bleed, which is what caused him to lose consciousness.
Can you fix them? Individually, yes.
But they both require equally emergent surgeries.
There are risks either way, but the surgeons will want you to weigh in on who goes first.
They want me to decide? Well, even if you're separated, while legally married, you're still his next of kin.
But you said he was stable.
Blood thinners make your blood less likely to clot.
Which makes you more susceptible to internal bleeds.
- There are precautions, but - But you didn't know.
Will's had a tough year.
(CRYING) His father had all these heart problems and um I cheated on him.
We met up today, and he said he forgave me.
That he still loved me.
But I didn't say it back.
Not until just now, when I saw him, and he needed to hear me say it.
But it wasn't true.
- You can do this.
- No.
I'm the one that keeps on hurting him.
How can I be the one making decisions about his life? You decide.
I can walk you through the options, but I can't Please.
We'll do this together.
I'm sorry.
I can't.
Are you okay? You're sweating.
He could die, and she could just How could she just walk away? Listen.
It's not our job to make her a stronger person.
Alright? Did you find out why her husband's on blood thinners? She didn't know.
I think I might, though.
And deep breath in.
What happens now? Are you gonna let me go home? Not until I'm sure you're ready.
Until you're sure I won't do it again, you mean.
Your daughter is very concerned about you.
You think I'm selfish.
If I was your mother, you'd be upset too.
I watched the sacrifices Erin made to be with her father through his illness.
It just seemed like if I was ready anyway, why wouldn't I spare her that? In my experience, people don't always want to be spared.
Tell me the OR's ready for him.
Well, neurosurgery and Trauma are both saying their needs are priority.
So And his wife walked away.
Then I make the call.
Between two terrible options.
Unless there's a third that I'm not smart enough to see.
Well, actually there is.
Will's father had a heart attack.
- So you did get a history? - No, it was more like a confession.
But turns out Will has a family history of heart problems, which may be why he's on blood thinners.
His INR is two, so he's more likely to be on Coumadin than any of the newer anti-coags.
And if we dose him with vitamin K and a prothrombin complex concentrate, then we can reverse his propensity to bleed.
That could buy some time.
Neuro could go in, start the craniotomy, relieve the clot, then Trauma can take over and fix the intra-abdo bleed.
Get the surgeons talking to each other.
Oh, uh Sorry.
I'm sorry.
Are you okay? - Hey.
- Hey.
You looking for someone? My little sister.
She's supposed to be here doing her homework.
Homework on a Saturday? - Girl after my own heart.
- (CHUCKLES) Bathroom, maybe? Yeah, probably.
Seriously, I don't know how you do it.
This job, and taking care of your sister I mean, I can barely remember to eat until four.
I wouldn't exactly call that a meal.
Did I see you checking your pulse? It's just an intense day.
Want me to help you look for her? - (PAGER BEEPING) - Yeah, oh Um it seems Arnold already found her.
This young lady says she's related to you? She's supposed to be related to me in the cafeteria.
Thank you.
(SOFT PIANO MUSIC) You promised me you wouldn't move.
I know.
This isn't a playground, Amira.
This is my job.
I know.
What's wrong? I just wanted to remember how it felt.
When Mama and Baba would take me to work.
It's Eid.
We're all supposed to be together.
You never talk about them.
I'm afraid I'm going to forget.
Is this the famous sister? Amira.
This is my boss, Dr.
Very nice to meet you.
She was just headed back to the cafeteria to finish her homework.
Oh, fantastic.
So was I.
Not to do homework, obviously.
I was gonna use my privileges to see if I could swing some free snacks.
Interested? (PAGER BEEPING) Come on.
I guess your brother has to work.
She's been awake since this started, but feeling off.
I'm cycling her BP.
She said she felt light-headed, then that monitor started beeping.
Page cardiology.
Wide complex tachycardia.
Let's start an Amiodarone infusion.
- Okay.
- Okay.
What you are experiencing is called ventricular tachycardia.
It's an irregular heartbeat likely brought on by electrolyte abnormalities from not eating, coupled with our interventions earlier today.
Can you stop it? She'll need an angiogram and we'll run medications.
If she becomes unstable, then we'll shock her heart to reset a normal rhythm.
I thought you wanted to come home.
No honey, you wanted me to.
And I was willing to do it for you.
But if Dr.
Hamed is saying this could be it What would happen to her then? Without medications or an intervention to reset her heart rhythm, you'll you'll likely go into cardiac arrest and die.
Please, honey.
This is what I want.
You need to save her.
Is that where accidents come? The trauma bay, yes.
That's where we do what's called extreme measures to try to save people's lives.
Does my brother do that? Well, I'll deny it if you tell him I said so, but he's practically an expert.
Our parents were doctors.
They had a hospital in Syria before before we came here.
I never brought my son to the hospital.
Maybe I should have.
Definitely you should have.
I can let you consent to the procedure on your own, but if you don't want talk to your parents, you need to talk to me first.
That girl you were going to meet she your girlfriend? What, like, you mean going steady? She's a girl I know from school.
Were you planning on using protection? She said she's on the pill.
- Not good enough.
- Alright, okay? I'll use a condom.
What about the pill you took? Wanna explain to me why you did that? I just wanted to last.
My friends say they can go for 30 minutes.
Your friends are lying.
Ten minutes is normal, no matter what the internet tells you.
More importantly, if you have to take a pill to impress a girl, she's not the right girl.
You're telling me every girl you've been with was the right one? I am.
Because there's only been one, and I'm still married to her.
One girl? This whole time? Thirteen years and counting.
And you're trying to teach me about sex? How do you even know anything? Well, I know that decisions have consequences.
You're going to want to take a deep breath.
She's still in v-tach.
Cardioversion is the only other option.
She requested a DNR and you want to reset her heart? There's still a case for a psych hold, which would grant her daughter power of attorney, so we can avoid the DNR.
Well, Lena Joseph is your patient, not her daughter.
It's her wishes you'd be dismissing.
No, it's her I'd be giving up on.
You're a man of instinct.
I know you can make hard choices and save lives.
That's not what you've been asked to do here.
Could be a couple of hours no more than a day.
I thought we were on the same side.
We are.
I know it's hard, but we have to respect your mother's wishes.
(SOFT PIANO MUSIC) If I just had more time, I could make her see I don't care if it's hard.
I just don't wanna lose her.
Now there's nothing I can do.
But there is something you can do.
You can take the chance to say goodbye.
(VOICE BREAKING) My parents My parents both died suddenly.
Long before I was ready to let them go.
This may not be the way that you want to say goodbye, but this time that you have with her is a gift, if you choose to see it that way.
Hey I shouldn't have left.
It was the wrong thing to do.
Things just got so messed up, I Is he is he okay? He's in surgery.
We were able to reverse the effects of the blood thinners and stabilize him for both operations.
So he's going to make it? It's too soon to tell, but the surgeons felt that the risk was acceptable, given the alternative.
When he wakes up, and when he's ready I'm going to tell him that he deserves to be with someone who loves him back.
(MAN OVER PA SYSTEM): Code Blue, OR 2.
Code Blue, OR 2.
Wait over here.
(SUSPENSEFUL MUSIC) As your rhythm continues to deteriorate, you may feel the need for more pain management.
Let us know if that's the case.
I know this isn't easy for you.
We'll be back to check you have everything that you need.
(LENA): There is one thing.
My goulash recipe.
I need to pass it on.
You always said you'd take that to your grave.
And here we are.
(SOFT MUSIC) We could use a pen and paper.
Mom, none of this is rational, you know? Some things just aren't.
What are you doing right now? - Nothing, why? - I need a favour We did everything we could.
But in spite of our best effort Will didn't survive his surgery.
(SOFT MUSIC) Will's dead? He fought really hard, Lucy.
But in the end, both injuries were just they were too much for him to handle.
You said he was going to be okay! How How am I supposed to live with things ending this way? I trusted you, and you didn't save him! Maybe if we'd looked twice at his elevated INR Don't do that.
Alright? You did everything medically possible to help that man.
You even tried saving his marriage.
She was upset.
Her husband just died.
You can't control the way she reacts to that.
Curtis isn't wrong.
It was out of our control.
That's the job.
We move on and focus on the things we can fix.
- (CRASHING) - Oh, God! - Uh - Charlie, don't move! I'm sorry, sir.
He just got away from me.
- You okay, Charlie? - Don't move, don't move.
- I'm good! I'm good! - No, no, no! Whoa, whoa! Okay! Not so good! Welcome back, Charlie.
Try to stay with him this time, Lou.
Okay Where does it hurt? You know I'm not embarrassed of you, right? But you don't want anyone knowing about us, though.
It's nobody's business.
Mm So we can only be together when nobody's around? You want me to tell everyone you're my boyfriend? (CHUCKLING) Fine.
He's my goddamn boyfriend.
You happy? What? 'Cause you told Charlie? No offence Charlie.
That's okay.
I mean, I I got a goddamn girlfriend too.
I can't find her though.
She got snakes in her veins.
- Snakes in her veins? - Yeah.
- Just like me.
- Means an IV? Is your girlfriend a patient here? Is that who you've been looking for? Obviously.
Any shortness of breath now? No.
But I felt something earlier today.
Rhythm looks good now.
What were you doing at the time? Managing the wife of a critical patient.
We lost him.
I've been living with this long enough to know that my symptoms can sometimes be psychological They can also be physiological.
- Yes.
- The only way for me to know is to see you more regularly, and get a fuller picture.
Every time I come here, I feel like the Like the sick little kid everyone worried would never be strong enough.
That's why it's so important to be on top of this.
So you don't have to be that kid again.
Jonah, I I wanted to see how you are.
There's something I need to tell you.
(CHUCKLING) Do young people even check their voicemails these days? I'll send you a text.
It's your father.
(FOOD SIZZLING) (BASHIR): Am I doing it right now? Uh, yeah.
Do you think it's ready? Uh, no keep stirring.
(KNOCKING) (DOOR CREAKING) - Eid Mubarak! - Lamb! Bash! Dr.
Hunter brought lamb! But every butcher I called was sold out! Us country boys have our connections.
It's called Costco.
It's Halal, I swear.
Shukraan, Theo.
Come on in.
(KHALED): You are saying that you haven't seen either one of them? (THEO): I always fall asleep.
If I had to pick one An impossible question.
The first is the perfect horror film.
The second is the ultimate action movie.
(LAUGHING) He made me watch them both, honestly I thought they were the same movie.
(LAUGHING) Bashir Brother, sometimes I don't know how we are friends.
Theo, are you not enjoying the food? - Excuse me.
- Take some more! (THEO LAUGHING) (INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS) (LIGHT MUSIC) When you were three years old, you'd wake up at dawn every morning.
Mama and Baba were working and exhausted, but one of them would always get up early and play with you, or take you for a walk.
They did? When you finally started sleeping in, I would sometimes catch them up early, just sitting beside you.
Watching you.
Mama once told me that no matter how tired she was, it was always her favourite way to greet the morning.
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