Virgin River (2019) s04e04 Episode Script

Serious As A...

Isn't this something? ♪
Isn't this something good? ♪
Isn't this something? ♪
Isn't this something good? ♪
What's mine is yours ♪
What's yours is mine ♪
We've got all we need ♪
What's mine is yours ♪
What's yours is mine ♪
We've got all we need ♪
And more ♪
Isn't this something? ♪
Isn't this something good? ♪
Isn't this something good? ♪
I thought you were just power-washing.
I was, but that water pressure
stripped off way more than dirt.
Yeah. Copy that.
- So everything end up okay with your dad?
- Uh-huh.
What about Charmaine?
It's all good.
- Brady?
- What's with all the questions?
You seem a little intense this morning.
No, I'm just focused.
Listen, man, I'm not trying to give you
a hard time or anything.
You know, you've been real supportive
about Paige and Christopher.
You don't gotta hold it all in.
I'm not.
- There's no judgment.
- Hey, I appreciate that.
I'm good here, man.
You can go back inside.
Is there anything else I can do?
Burger and a cold beer at lunch
would be good.
- You got it.
- Thanks, man.
- Good morning.
- Hey, there. Coffee's fresh.
Oh, thanks.
Doc's gotten better at that,
but it's usually my job.
Can I get you a cup? How do you take it?
You know what? I'm actually
trying to cut back. But thank you.
It smells delicious.
I wanted to say thank you for last night.
I had a lot of fun, and I hope
I didn't overstay my welcome.
No. No, not at all. We had a great time.
I gotta hand it to Jack.
He put up with a lot of shop talk.
Oh, he said he had fun.
Hey, did you hear back
about the man you helped?
Yes, I did. Um, the hospital called
and he passed away.
Oh, my God, I'm sorry.
You know, I'm surprised
that they called you, though.
What happened was, um, the paramedics
gave the hospital my name and number
and they thought I was his daughter.
The hospital is trying
to locate the next of kin,
- but if they can't find anybody
- It's an unmarked grave.
Poor Jack, I kind of ended up, um
spinning out on him
and it was a long night.
Sorry, is this an overshare?
Am I oversharing?
No, not at all. You're just being human.
Yeah, okay.
Hey, Brie, can you grab me
a few bandages?
I think I left some out there.
What the hell?
You don't get it. It's not so clear-cut.
I can't go back to jail.
- So you're just gonna leave?
- No. I don't know. I haven't decided yet.
Okay, so you're just gonna become
a fugitive instead?
Brie, I am innocent, you know this.
Yeah, I do. I also know that running
is only gonna make you look guilty.
I can't stay here!
Calvin, the guy I used to work for,
he wants something from me that I can't
I won't give him.
Yeah, I know who Calvin is.
After I left the hospital,
he threatened me in the parking lot.
- What do you mean he threatened you?
- He said as long as you go back
to working for him
nothing bad would happen to me.
- I swear to God, I'm gonna kill him.
- No, no.
Going after Calvin
is only gonna make things worse.
I don't care. He needs to know
if he even looks at you, he's dead.
Brady, stop.
That is not how we're going to win.
We're gonna set a trap.
What do you mean, a trap?
First, I need you to tell me everything
you know about Emerald Lumber.
All right.
All right, but I want to get out of here.
I'm sick of being cooped up.
Let's go for a ride. Okay?
- Hey, Preach.
- Hey.
Hey, is Jack around?
Yeah, he's out front.
Listen, I want to take him
somewhere special this afternoon.
Do you have any ideas?
What's the occasion?
Well, I just want to give him a break.
And I want it to be a surprise.
Okay. Well, you know,
there's fishing at Whispering Rock.
It is a beautiful, secluded island.
You two could spend the night.
Oh, yes. That sounds perfect.
- Can you cover the bar?
- Yeah, absolutely.
But the island is kind of remote.
My buddy Reuben owns a fishing boat
docked at the marina.
- He may be able to run you two over there.
- Awesome.
Just let me know how much.
Yeah, don't worry about it.
He owes me a favor.
Oh, okay.
There you go. You are in luck.
He can do it,
but you need to meet him at 4:00,
which means leaving here around 2:00.
2:00, no problem.
- Thanks for the hook-up.
- Uh-uh.
No, no, no. Don't thank me yet,
because you still need to find a way
to pry Jack away from painting.
That is a man who finishes what he starts.
Challenge accepted.
Good luck.
Thank you.
You missed a spot.
Oh, you're funny.
- Hey.
- Hey. Oh!
Um Thank you for this.
The engraving is beautiful.
It's not too over-the-top?
What, our initials together?
No, it's so sweet. I love it.
When did you even find time to do this?
I bought it a while back.
Just kept it for a rainy day
and I figured last night qualified.
Sorry, I'm
surprised I got so emotional.
No. Hey, come on.
It's okay, I get it.
I just can't stop thinking
about that stillborn
Oh, babe.
I was doing so good
trying to stay positive.
I just don't want that to happen to us.
Hey, it's not.
- Yeah.
- And this
is why you gotta tell me sooner.
I wanna be there for you.
- I know, but you were having a bad day.
- I don't care.
I told you, if anything ever upsets you,
I wanna know about it.
I know. I will.
What you doing today besides kissing me?
I was gonna ask you if you could drive me
to the BMW dealership in Eureka.
My car is making a weird noise.
Did you call Bert?
Yeah, he said he doesn't have the tools
to fix a German car, or something.
I'm kind of in the middle of something.
Can it wait till tomorrow?
It's just that today at 4:00
was the only appointment they had.
Otherwise I have to wait for, like,
two weeks.
Okay, I mean, it's gonna be tight,
but I'll make it work.
- Thank you.
- Okay.
Maybe we could just stay like this
until then.
- Yeah.
- Really?
I have to go to work, though.
Oh, no, work ruins everything.
- Doesn't it?
- Yeah.
- All right.
- Okay.
- Off you go.
- All right.
- I'll see you in a few hours.
- All right.
- Bye.
- Bye.
Hey. I thought you had the day off.
I'm picking up my check.
- Hi.
- Hey.
Denny, Ricky. Ricky, Denny.
- I've seen you around.
- Yeah, same.
Oh, your two slices of
my peanut butter banana bread
and some flaxseed granola.
- Thanks.
- Sounds like lunch for a squirrel.
- Not a fan of flaxseed?
- No. Seeds are for birds.
- So are you going somewhere?
- Stockman's Point.
What's that?
Oh, it's this suspension bridge
above a river with a super sick waterfall.
Sounds awesome.
You should take Lizzie.
- Yeah, whenever you're free.
- No, why don't you go now?
- I'll cover your shift.
- You don't have to do that.
Actually, you'd be doing me a favor.
I could use the cash.
- Are you up for company?
- Absolutely.
- Nice to meet you.
- Yeah, you too.
Hey. I thought you were
going to the movies today.
- I can go tomorrow.
- It's a nice thing you did for Lizzie.
Who's the idiot who put the coffee
next to the cleaning supplies?
Well, the only thing I'll say
is it wasn't me.
And until you're steady on your feet,
you shouldn't be up on a step stool.
For Pete's sake, how am I supposed
to reach the cupboard?
Ask for help.
And what were you looking for?
The picnic basket.
You said we were going
to the botanical gardens. Remember?
I can't go now.
I have to reorganize the whole kitchen.
- It's a mess.
- Hope, no, no.
We both said we wanted to spend
this day together.
Um How long will it take to get there?
Thirty minutes?
I don't think I'm up to it.
Leaving the house or being in a car?
- Both.
- When you drive with Jo Ellen,
does it bother you?
She never stops talking.
Honey, honey. Be honest with me.
If being in a car triggers you,
we should talk to your doctor.
Vernon, the last thing I need
is you psychoanalyzing me
I'm not analyzing.
I'm just concerned about you.
- You survived a horrible accident.
- And I want to move past it.
Of course you do,
but your body isn't done healing
Well, my body needs to hurry up,
and you need to quit hovering.
- Okay.
- Okay.
Uh I understand.
Thank you.
Look, I'll make you a deal.
We'll go to the gardens if you agree
not to bring up anything about my health
or the accident.
Is that a yes?
I'll get my sun hat.
So you don't know
who's on Calvin's payroll?
No. I've only ever just dealt with him.
What about Jeb Barker?
- Jeb?
- Yeah.
Oh, Jeb's a good guy.
Besides, even if he was,
he's smart enough to keep his mouth shut.
- Hey
- Hmm?
I hate the idea of you being stuck
in the middle of this whole mess.
I'm not gonna sit around with a law degree
and watch you go to prison
for something you didn't do.
And you're not gonna run away.
- What?
- Nothing.
No, tell me.
I've never been with someone like you.
What, like a control freak?
Like a woman who doesn't back down
no matter the odds.
It's sexy.
Yeah, well, you're pretty sexy yourself.
Oh, yeah?
You make me so crazy.
You know what drives me crazy?
Oh, I know.
Come here, baby.
Muriel wasn't kidding,
that new doctor's cute.
Oh, my gosh.
- Well, he's a very good doctor.
- That part never came up.
Of course it didn't. Uh
Okay, so Miss Chloe
is in the 70th percentile
for both height and weight.
- That's excellent.
- I've been giving her that formula
- you mentioned, and she loves it.
- Good.
Let's keep her on that along with solids
and I'll see her back here
in a couple months.
- Okay.
- How's that sound?
- How's that sound?
- Oh
Are you okay? Cameron.
- Can you come take the baby?
- Yeah. I can take her.
- Okay.
- Okay.
- Hey. You okay?
- Mm
Okay, let me check your pulse.
I don't know what happened.
- Hey, Jack.
- What's up?
- Uh, that preschool in Eureka. Harkett?
- Mm-hm?
They need a deposit.
So the twins can stay on the waitlist.
Yeah, well, I haven't had the time
to take the tour yet.
Well, it's the best school in the area
and we can cover the cost.
It's not about the cost. I'm not even sure
I want them to go there.
Why not?
- Because it looks pretentious.
- What makes you think that?
For one, there's a picture of a toddler
playing golf on the cover of the brochure.
You're being a little judgmental.
They also have a science lab
and an amazing library.
Look, I told Todd when he called
that I'd take a look, and I will.
Jack, but by then we'll be so far
down the list the boys will never get in.
Did you say boys?
- We're having boys?
- Yeah, we are.
- Wait, how long have you known that?
- I found out last week.
What, and you didn't tell me?
Todd wanted to keep it quiet.
The only people that know are me and him.
And, uh
- And Jo Ellen.
- Jo Ellen?
I didn't tell her on purpose.
It just slipped out.
If it wasn't on purpose,
- then I guess that doesn't count.
- Jack, I'm sorry.
We just thought it would be fun
if the gender reveal was a surprise.
- What else aren't you telling me?
- Nothing.
I don't know why you're getting so upset.
If the situation was reversed,
- you'd be totally cool?
- Todd is my husband, and we're a team.
You might not like it, but you're the one
that didn't want to get married.
This conversation's over.
Jack, I apologized.
I don't know what else you want me to say.
I don't want you to say anything,
I want you to start acting
like I'm the twins' father.
Okay, your blood pressure is good.
- Have you been taking your Lamotrigine?
- Yeah.
And what about your sleep?
It's not great,
but I don't want to take anything in case
Chloe wakes up in the middle of the night.
Tara, how are you coping with everything?
I'm fine during the day,
but at night it's awful.
I can't stop thinking about her.
I just miss her so much.
I know you do, honey. I'm so sorry.
Sometimes lack of sleep, plus stress,
can override your medication.
Hey. There's a bed upstairs.
I would love it if you could lay down.
- I can't. I have Chloe.
- We can watch her.
No, this is silly. I can sleep at home.
I know, but I just
I think you're too tired to drive.
You sure you're okay to watch her?
We're fine.
In fact, I think
maybe we'll have a little snack.
What do you think, Chloe?
You see, Chloe agrees with me.
All right.
Okay, I'll show you where it is.
You know, it was right over there,
in front of the magnolia trees,
where we first kissed.
Our first kiss
was in the Elizabethan hedge maze.
- Are you sure?
- I'm positive.
You dropped your glasses along the way
and we had to go all the way back
through the maze to find them,
- and when we did
- Yes. We kissed.
Yeah, you're right.
I can't remember what I did yesterday,
but 20 years ago, clear as day.
Look, your short-term memory will improve.
Just give it some time.
- No doctor talk, remember?
- Hey, hey, you brought it up.
You know, our first kiss seems eons ago,
but it feels like just yesterday.
Until I look in the mirror.
Well, I still see the same beautiful woman
I fell in love with 20 years ago.
Well, now I'm concerned.
Is your macular thing getting worse?
Oh, no, no, no.
My vision is doing very well, thank you.
And the treatment appears to be working.
- Are you buttering me up for something?
- No. No. No.
But I do want to ask you something
about Denny.
I think maybe he should just stay with us.
Right now he's at the B&B.
We've got the extra room, and he came
all this way just to visit with me.
But I haven't met him yet.
I can invite him over tonight.
Tonight I'll be wiped out.
Okay, sure. Uh How about tomorrow?
Vernon, I'm just not ready to have
a stranger in the house.
Hope, he is not a stranger.
- He's my grandson.
- You've known him for what? A week?
Yes, but if he stayed with us,
we'd spend a whole lot more time together.
The house isn't ready.
I have to vacuum and change the sheets
Denny isn't going to care
about any of that.
If there is another reason
that you don't want him staying with us,
- then just be honest.
- I can't.
- Why not?
- Because you'll want to fix it.
All right, whatever it is,
I promise I won't get involved.
I'm angry.
I'm angry about losing Lilly,
and my accident,
and not being able to remember
why I walked into a room.
What do you need?
I feel
And the only way I can find myself
is to be alone.
Does that include me?
I'm asking you to keep everyone else
away from me.
Ah! Good girl.
She really likes you.
And I really love her.
What's not to love?
Tiny fingers, a cute little nose
Have you spent
a lot of time around babies?
Not really. I mean, I have a nephew,
but I wasn't around him that much.
Why, because of work?
No, it was more to do
with being a bachelor.
Oh, really?
I was going out every night,
dating different women,
just doing whatever I wanted.
- Well, that sounds like being single.
- Yeah.
After a while, I started wanting
something more meaningful.
When you're young, it's so easy
to get caught up in wanting your freedom,
but there's a price to pay for that.
I totally get it.
So, what's meaningful to you?
- Oh, a wife. Three, four kids.
- Oh, wow.
- Big house in the country.
- Four.
Like Virgin River, you know,
this seems like a really great place
to raise a family.
- Yeah.
- How about you?
See yourself staying here?
I think that this place
has a way of growing on you.
Yeah, it's beautiful. That's for sure.
For me, it's more the people.
I know it sounds weird,
but I feel like I've known some of them
a lot longer than I have.
Isn't that what everybody wants?
To feel like you belong someplace
and that you're needed?
Look, Chloe's mocking me now
for being too cheesy.
Oh, no, she would never do such a thing.
Um You know, I actually have to go
make a couple phone calls.
- Are you cool?
- Go ahead. We'll be fine. Right?
I see you in a little bit. Okay.
Do you want some more?
- Oh, hey.
- Hey.
- I didn't know you were coming.
- Brady needs bandages.
Pharmacy's out of stock.
Maybe you have some.
- I'm sure we do. I'll just go check.
- Thanks.
This should hold him over.
- Awesome. Thank you so much.
- No problem.
Hey, I heard about your new job.
How's it going?
- Yeah. So far so good.
- Nice.
I'm glad you decided to stay.
I didn't feel like going back
to Sacramento,
and Jack didn't like
the idea either, so
Did you end up telling him
about what happened with your ex?
- No, no.
- No?
All that stuff that happened with Don
is in the past.
- I mean, it wasn't just stuff, though.
- No, no. I know that. I'm aware.
And I'm over it.
And I don't want Jack to know.
Oh, no. I haven't said anything.
Um And I won't.
I thought maybe he was the reason
you didn't wanna go back.
If I even think about it,
I can't function.
Um, did you happen to get in touch
with that therapist?
I just wanna forget about it.
Yeah. I get it.
If you change your mind,
want somebody to talk to, I'm here.
If you don't, it's okay, no pressure.
- Also, we could just hang out.
- Thank you.
- Yeah.
- Thank you. I
I should get going.
Thank you for the bandages.
- Yeah. You're welcome. I'll see you later.
- Okay. See you.
- Thanks.
- You bet.
So I was in the area
and I thought that I would come
and try some of your famous artichoke dip.
I am glad that you came by.
Could I get you a drink?
I would love a bourbon and Coke,
but it's a little early.
Hey, if you're looking for judgment,
you have come to the wrong place.
- So bourbon, huh?
- Mm-hm. My family's from Kentucky.
- Oh, Bluegrass State.
- That's right.
Well, if you're looking for a taste
from home without the kick
- Oh
- How about this?
- Sarsaparilla?
- Mm-hm.
I haven't had that since I was a kid.
- That looks good.
- Coming right up.
Thank you.
Mm. Oh, my gosh, this takes me back.
Okay. Well, see if anything else
jumps out at you.
- Thank you.
- You bet.
- Hey.
- Hey.
So how's the painting going?
I had to strip a bunch of wood rot,
I'm beat.
So why don't you quit for the day?
Hit it tomorrow.
I can't. It's supposed to rain.
Come on, man.
You've been at it since dawn.
I'm gonna keep going until I finish.
- Yeah, well, not a hill I'm gonna die on.
- I'm glad we're in agreement.
What you making there?
Artichoke dip.
I don't recall seeing that on the menu.
My aikido teacher, Julia,
she wanted to try some.
Any chance Julia's the stunning woman
sitting at the bar?
That would be her. Yeah.
I think she might be interested
in a little more than your dip.
No, man. I don't think so.
Really. You gonna ask her out?
Wasn't planning on it.
- Why not?
- Because it's not the right time.
Finding Christopher
is all I care about right now.
Yeah, I get that.
I've even hired
a second private detective.
- You're doing everything you can, right?
- Yeah.
Hang in there, bud.
- How long was I out?
- Only a couple hours.
I don't know what's wrong with me.
I thought I'd be doing better by now,
but I'm not.
Oh, my gosh,
grieving is different for everyone.
It's a process, you know,
you can't rush it.
You just have to work through it.
In the meantime, if you're okay with it,
Connie has offered to spend the night
so that you can get some sleep.
And the sewing circle ladies
will be on standby.
- We're gonna reinstate the meal train.
- I feel like such a burden.
Oh, my gosh, sweetheart.
You are not at all, okay?
They wanna help you.
I can't thank you enough.
Oh, please, you've thanked me already.
Hey, Tara. How you doing?
A little better.
Chloe's in the kitchen with Cameron,
if you wanna see her.
- Okay, thanks.
- Yeah.
She all right?
Yeah, she's just not getting enough sleep.
So I'm thinking of giving her
some D3 drops.
And Connie's gonna spend
the night tonight.
- Yeah, sounds like a good plan.
- Yeah.
So how was the picnic?
Oh, it was good until it wasn't.
Oh. What happened?
Hope's concussive symptoms
don't seem to be improving.
Just remember, it's not uncommon,
especially in the first few months.
Yes, but I'm just worried
the longer it goes on,
the more likely it'll be permanent.
Is it something specific,
or is it a combination of symptoms?
It's a combination.
Loss of impulse control,
increased reactivity, mood swings.
Then you add fatigue and memory loss.
It adds fuel to the fire.
- So it's cyclical.
- Exactly.
I feel like I'm living with a stranger.
Doc, please don't be so hard on yourself.
TBIs put a huge strain on a relationship.
But the thing is, before the accident,
I pretty much knew
what Hope was thinking and feeling,
and now I have no idea
what is going on inside her head.
I don't think she does either.
But that's the problem.
She's struggling,
but she doesn't want me to help and
It's just so frustrating.
I don't know what to do.
Well, hopefully this is just temporary.
And what if this is the new normal?
Watch your step, it's kind of tricky here.
- Shoot, are you okay?
- Didn't tell me it was straight uphill.
- Here.
- Thanks.
So hiking's not your thing, huh?
- How'd you know?
- Your shoes.
- They used to be white.
- Now they're brown.
And soon they'll be trash.
- What?
- Nothing.
- Do I have dirt on my face?
- No.
If you're lying, I'll find out.
I'm joking.
I do hate it when people let you
walk around with spinach in your teeth
or toilet paper stuck to your shoe
and never say anything.
I think people do that because
they don't wanna embarrass anyone.
It's more embarrassing not to know.
But hypothetically,
if they don't bring attention
to whatever it is,
then maybe no one will notice,
or it'll fix itself.
That's a lot of ifs.
It takes a lot of guts to tell someone
something they don't wanna hear.
Actually, um
me and Ricky, we used to date,
and that's why we broke up.
I figured there was something up
with you guys.
- Why?
- The way he looks out for you.
We were pretty serious.
I ended things because
he joined the Marines without telling me
- 'cause he thought I'd get upset.
- Would you have?
But I would've
eventually supported his decision.
He was scared to disappoint you.
But I ended up not trusting him.
- I think that's worse.
- I guess so.
Anyway, we should pick up the pace.
We don't wanna hike back in the dark.
- Hey.
- That looks great.
Thanks. I just finished here,
and now I'm gonna hit the back.
It's almost 2:00. We need to leave soon.
I'm sorry, this turned out
to be a bigger job than I thought,
and I had to deal with Charmaine.
- What happened?
- Turns out we're having twin boys.
Why, what's wrong?
She knew for a week, didn't tell me.
Oh, wow.
I know I couldn't trust Todd but I thought
Charmaine would be straight with me.
- Is there anything I can do?
- No. Thanks.
It is what it is, right?
I'm sorry. I know you wanted
to get your car looked at today.
It's fine. I'll figure it out.
- Sure?
- Yeah, it's fine.
- So?
- Everything was delicious.
Ah. No, you don't.
This one is on the house.
- I can't accept that.
- Hey, I insist.
- You're not gonna win this game.
- Okay.
Okay, well, what about I take you up
on that private aikido lesson?
A trade? Yeah, that could work.
And I know that you are busy, so,
you know, whenever you have an open spot.
I will make the time. Trust me.
Hey, Preach.
I thought you and Jack were supposed
to be headed over to the boat launch.
Yeah, well, he is still painting
and he doesn't wanna stop.
His dad made a crack about the paint
Oh, yeah, that's right.
Anyway, can you text Reuben
and let him know we can't come?
- Yeah, you bet.
- Hey, Preach.
Where do you want me to put this ahi?
Freezer or fridge?
- Refrigerator. Thanks.
- Cool.
Actually, I may have a way
to get you guys over to the island.
Our yellow house built on fill ♪
I'm always climbing
And you're watching from your windowsill ♪
And I wish I was stronger ♪
And I wish my mom was alive ♪
Oh, my God. It's so beautiful.
Hey, thanks for taking me up here.
I'm glad Ricky offered
to cover your shift.
Actually, we're supposed to do a scene
from Romeo and Juliet
for the Renaissance Faire,
and now we're not.
- Too awkward?
- Right.
So I don't have a partner.
That sucks.
This might sound crazy,
but would you be up for it?
Perform it with you?
I think we'd have fun.
It's not really my thing.
Shrug your shoulders ♪
I wish you'd live again ♪
And you would like it here ♪
When you always turn and hide ♪
Hey, Jack.
Hey, fellas.
I brought in some reinforcements.
- For what?
- Well, to help you finish the job.
I've got Ricky covering the bar,
or he'd be out here too.
Come on. You don't have to do that.
- Oh, Preacher said we did.
- Oh, he did?
Oh, come on, now. That is not true.
- You promised us a free beer, right?
- Okay.
Jack, ignore these old fools.
We're happy to help.
What about your hand?
As long as you don't ask me to vacuum,
- we're good to go.
- Thank you.
I appreciate it.
Why don't you guys get started over there?
Thanks, man.
I told you, I've got your back.
And after this,
I'll take you out for some wings.
All right, only if I can buy the beer.
Well, hello there.
I made you and Hope
a strawberry cheesecake.
Oh, that was very kind of you.
You know, I thought you two
could use a little treat.
Oh, yeah.
- Where is Hope? Is she around?
- Uh
She's inside, she's just not up
for company just yet.
Well, you know, if you're game
Oh, absolutely.
- And do you want some wine? Okay.
- I would love some, thank you.
- That needs to go in the fridge. Okay.
- Okay.
- Hey.
- Hi.
- How was your nap?
- Good. I thought I heard voices.
Oh, yeah. Muriel is right outside.
She made us a strawberry cheesecake.
- Well, that was thoughtful of her.
- Yeah.
And we're gonna play
a round of backgammon.
Why don't you join us?
- No. You go ahead.
- Okay.
Okay. Um
We'll be right outside
if you change your mind.
- We're good to go.
- Uh-oh.
You're just trying
to take some of my money.
Let's just see what happens.
- Beat that.
- Ha-ha!
Okay. Oh, gee, that's too bad.
- Six, I'll just go right
- Yeah, yeah.
- Okay, what's going on?
- Ask Mel.
Hey, babe.
I have something to show you.
Well, does it involve wings?
Actually, it does.
- How much further are we gonna go?
- Oh, just a few more steps. Okay.
- What is that?
- Nothing.
- It's just a tree.
- Oh, just a tree.
- Okay.
- Step up. Step up. Okay. Now, stop.
Okay. Now you can open your eyes.
What the?
Was this your idea?
Well, I did have a little help
from Preacher.
Come on. Let's go. Let's go.
- Oh, hey, Brad.
- Oh, hey.
So you're in on this too, huh?
I'm just the ride.
- You're sneaky.
- Yep. That's right.
- You ready to go? Okey-dokey.
- Yeah, after you.
- Ma'am. You're most welcome.
- Oh, thank you, sir.
- We're gonna talk.
- Yeah, yeah.
- Good?
- Yeah.
So are you at least gonna tell me
where we're headed?
- Nope.
- Brad, where we headed?
- Up.
- Why you gotta take her side?
'Cause she's paying.
Let's go stand in waterfalls
When I'm with you, it's wonderful ♪
It's so sweet here by your side
When I'm with you, I feel alive ♪
I feel alive ♪
Life's been changing like the wind
When I'm with you, it all makes sense ♪
I can see it in your eyes
When I'm with you, I feel alive ♪
Wherever you roam ♪
And I am there too ♪
Now and forever
We got this together ♪
Wherever it goes ♪
I'm going with you ♪
Hey, thanks for meeting me.
Glad you called. Um
- You want something to drink?
- No, thanks. Um
Actually, I wanted to talk to you about
Calvin's connection to Emerald Lumber.
- Oh, I didn't know this was work-related.
- Yeah.
I think Brady being the suspect
is just a little too convenient.
One minute you have zero suspects,
then Brady's alibi completely falls apart,
and then the warrant
just falls into your lap?
What are you saying?
I know the joint task force's mandate
was to arrest Calvin
and flip him in order to find his boss.
But no one knows who that is.
And the only way to really take down
the fentanyl pipeline
is to take down the head
of the organization.
What does any of that
have to do with Brady?
The two are connected somehow.
I just have to figure out how.
Why are you telling me all this?
I'm the one who asked Jack to talk to you
about helping with the case.
I'm gonna tell you the same thing
that I told him, Brie. I can't help.
Mike, why not?
Local and federal law enforcement
put thousands of hours into this case.
Yeah. So?
So it's their case to crack, not yours.
And here comes the rain.
Don't worry. Be clear by the morning.
What do you think?
No one's ever done anything
like this for me.
You deserve to be spoiled once in a while.
Oh, thank you.
Hey, lovebirds.
It's your captain speaking.
We're about halfway there.
Jack, you wanna get up here
and take the stick?
- Yeah.
- What?
No. No, he's kid You're kidding.
Not kidding. Brad's given me lessons.
I think it would be safer for Brad to be
up there and for us to stay back here.
Oh, so half a dozen flight hours
doesn't inspire your confidence?
- Not at 10,000 feet, no.
- O ye of little faith.
You're on your own, Brad.
Hey, Brad, is your arm okay?
It's been bugging me all day.
- Must've strained something at the gym.
- It's called getting old, bud,
Yeah, right.
- Okay, Brad. Is your chest tight?
- Yeah.
- Like somebody's sitting on it?
- Yeah.
I think he's having a heart attack.
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