Virgin River (2019) s04e11 Episode Script

Once Again

- How did you?
- Can I come in?
- Yeah, yeah, of course.
- Thanks.
Julia, this is Paige.
Hi. Nice to meet you.
You too.
You know what? I'm, um
- I'm gonna let you two talk.
- I'm sorry, I didn't mean to interrupt.
It's okay.
I had no idea.
I understand.
Call me later, okay?
How, and where?
I've been staying
at a women's shelter in Mendocino
where they have free legal aid.
Listen, when I couldn't get ahold
of Sally, I tracked her down and
She told me
that Vince took Christopher to get to me.
She's the one who set me up.
So it's true? Vince has Christopher?
- He took him.
- [sobbing] Oh, God.
I'm so sorry.
I am doing everything to get him back.
Oh, no, my boy.
Where's my boy?
Come on, Jack. Keep going.
Let's go.
[Mel] Jack?
Adam! No!
[Mel] Hey, Jack. Hey.
Hey. It's okay. It's okay. It's just me.
It's okay. You were just having
a nightmare. It's all right.
You were thrashing around.
I'm sorry.
It's okay.
Are you okay?
Me and my brother, Adam, were
We were on the roof and
he crossed first
and I
And I
I froze.
He came
He came back to get me.
And he slipped and fell.
Baby, that was your dream?
- No.
- Yeah?
It's what happened.
What? Oh, honey, come here. Come here.
It's okay.
[theme music playing]
The doctor will see you now.
- We don't have to be here.
- I wanna be here. I wanna do this.
- Sure? It's okay if you change your mind.
- I have not changed my mind. Promise.
We can fight Cassandra
in court without the test.
I don't wanna do that
unless it's necessary.
- We're doing this.
- Okay.
What's up?
Just Cameron is being weird.
Well, he's
He's not responding to text messages and
he's been distant the last couple days.
It's like he's trying to avoid me.
He's probably got something else going on.
Yeah. I'm probably being paranoid.
So how was your session with Barry?
Yeah? Did you tell him about your brother
and the dream that you had?
What did he say?
He said that because my family never
even talked about Adam,
I probably have unprocessed grief.
It was fun to hear that.
What do you think?
I don't know.
I never even thought about it
till I found a photo of him
in my storage unit.
Wasn't that the day of Joey's wedding?
- Why didn't you say something?
- Didn't want you to think
- that I was just making some excuse.
- No, I'd never think that.
Well, anyway,
I don't know what set me off.
Maybe it was that.
I haven't said his name in over 20 years.
Why didn't your family talk about him?
Well, my parents were gutted.
They just wanted to forget.
Brie was too young to remember.
Oh, sweetheart.
I'm so sorry.
You must have felt so alone.
Hmm. I did. I, um
Maybe that's why I blocked it out.
I didn't have any other way to deal.
But you're dealing with it now.
Yeah, that wasn't my idea, though, was it?
But you're still doing it.
- Yeah.
- And that's all that matters, right?
You know, it takes a lot of strength
to deal with something that is so painful.
Miss Monroe, Mr. Sheridan,
we're ready for you.
So my question is,
Hope's behavior, deciding to drive,
canceling appointments, lying,
how much of that relates to her TBI?
It's impossible
to put a precise percentage on it,
but safe to say, her injury
is affecting her decision-making.
See, Vernon? None of this is my fault.
- Let's go. Thank you for your time.
- Hope, we are not finished.
Um, now, if that is the case,
what can we do to ensure she'll be safe
- while receiving the proper treatment?
- Wrap me in bubble wrap, why don't you?
Have you considered a home health aide?
Someone who can oversee your day-to-day?
I do not want or need a babysitter.
In that case, you would qualify
for a residential facility.
There's no way I'm going
to some old folk's home.
I wouldn't dismiss the idea so quickly.
This is a rehabilitation center
that specializes in neural trauma.
You'll have daily access
to physical and cognitive therapy.
You wouldn't have to cook or clean.
That'll all be done for you.
While the absence of chores sounds lovely,
I want to live in my own house,
not some 7-by-10 dorm room.
Honey, we are trying
to make sure you're taken care of
so you can get better.
I am getting better.
I just made some unfortunate choices,
I told you. It won't happen again.
Hope, honey, I don't think
this is something you could control.
I called Vince.
Sally gave me a number
where I could reach him.
He has agreed to an exchange.
He'll give up Christopher
- if I go with him.
- No.
- No way, that is a nonstarter.
- We have no choice, Preacher.
They're staying
in a mountainside cabin in Trinity County.
He gave me GPS coordinates.
- Okay. Gonna loop in Mike.
- No.
No. If the cops get involved,
they'll arrest us both.
- Then who will look after Christopher?
- I'll go after him.
- I have to
- Trust me. It's better if I go alone.
- Sally could be setting us up again.
- No, if I am there, he'll make the swap,
but if things go wrong,
I will never see my boy again.
- Paige, please.
- And I can't
Now, you send me those coordinates.
I'll bring Christopher home.
- How was your test? You didn't say.
- It was fine. They took a blood sample.
Mine was a cheek swab. Took ten seconds.
- Guys have it so easy.
- Not true.
- It is.
- It is not.
Gonna squeeze a watermelon out of your?
Oh, wait. Whoa, whoa, I don't need No.
Message received. Thank you.
- Okay, good.
- Yeah, okay.
When are you gonna go meet Nick?
It's supposed to be about 1:30.
Think he's serious
about investing in this glamping business?
Well, I certainly hope so.
This could change everything for us.
Well, even if he doesn't,
we're gonna be fine. Okay?
Anybody else
would have given up on me by now.
But you didn't.
You pulled me back from somewhere dark.
- Yeah, you did the same for me.
- And I would do it again.
- And again and again.
- You're ridiculous.
Oh, that may be true.
Mm-hm. [laughs]
You're so beautiful.
[knocking on door]
- Hey. Come on in.
- Hi. Thanks.
- What are we up to?
- We're making posters and a banner
so when Jack drives Ricky out of town,
Ricky will have a crowd cheering him on.
- That's awesome of you to organize that.
- Saw it on TikTok. Looked cool.
I bet.
- How far have you gotten?
- I finished these signs, and Connie
Connie made this one.
- Who's Rick?
- She didn't leave enough room for the Y.
We can do better than that.
I can stay as long as you need.
- Thanks for helping me with this.
- Of course.
What do you think of this slogan,
"Kick boot camp's butt"?
- It's perfect.
- Mm-hm.
[door opens]
- Hey.
- Hey.
Where did all this tea come from?
Oh. Yeah, I went to the store.
And there's orange juice in the fridge.
Orange juice, huh?
- You bought all of this?
- Yeah, that's what happens
when I shop hungry.
Oh. Just decided to stock the fridge?
- Thought it'd be nice.
- Well, it is nice. Thank you.
Hey. Sorry for busting in.
- Can I talk to you for a second?
- Yeah, sure.
- Brady, this is Dr. Hayek.
- Yeah, we met at the wedding.
- Yes, we did. Hey.
- Hey.
- Doc's not here. You can use his office.
- Great.
- We can talk in here.
- Okay.
- what can I do for you?
- Sorry for not calling first.
Uh, I just didn't know what to do
or who to talk to.
It's okay. Not a problem.
Whatever I say, it's confidential, right?
HIPAA ensures you have complete privacy.
- Good.
- Do you wanna sit down?
Yeah. Yeah.
So it's not about me.
Um, it's about Brie.
What her ex did to her.
I know she told you.
And it's why I came to you.
- Right. Does she know that you're here?
- No, but I didn't know what else to do.
I have all this rage.
And I know I can't show her,
and I wanna help, but I
I don't know how.
Have you asked her
if there's anything you can do?
I tried to.
She said she's fine, so I haven't pushed.
Okay. Well, that is the right thing to do.
You know? If she wants to talk,
you listen, and if she doesn't,
I mean, you just let her know
you're there for her.
I don't wanna say the wrong thing,
you know?
Yeah, I understand.
Here is a pamphlet
from the House of Grace.
It's a rape crisis center in Grace Valley.
It has a condensed guide
on how
to support sexual assault survivors.
For instance,
you know, verbalize your support.
Don't make threats
against the perpetrator.
Too late for that.
But I'll stop.
You know, there are also resources
for friends and families of survivors.
Yeah, it didn't happen to me, so
Yeah. But you have feelings about it.
You said you were angry.
Yeah, a bit.
It's just messed up, you know,
that someone would do that to her.
I love Brie and she
She does not deserve this.
I know. Nobody does.
- Not too many shifts left.
- I got like three more?
Don't forget.
I'm taking you to the bus station.
Thanks for that. Oh, and Preacher called.
He said he left you a message.
He wanted you to know he can't come in.
Oh, okay. Can you call Hannah
and see if she can cover closing?
Yeah, for sure.
- Hey. Where have you been this morning?
- Hey.
You don't have to tell me
if it's a secret.
Come here.
- Okay, now you're freaking me out.
- It's just we're not telling anyone yet.
Mel's pregnant.
Oh, my God.
- Congratulations.
- Thank you.
But, please, do not tell anyone.
Okay. Thanks for telling me.
I feel honored.
You're my sister.
- Oh, so Joey knows?
- It's not a competition, dude.
[laughs] I'm teasing.
You know, I'm so excited for you.
You're gonna have three kids.
Can you believe that?
No, I cannot.
Well, don't be nervous.
You're gonna be a great dad.
And I got a meeting this afternoon.
If that goes well,
hopefully I can pay for all this.
If you need money, I've got savings.
No, that's sweet, but I got a good feeling
about this investor.
Okay, good.
If it doesn't work out, let me know.
Thank you.
Knock wood, it's not gonna come to that.
Oh, I'm so happy for you.
- Oh, thank you.
- Yeah.
- Good stuff.
- Mum's the word.
I think auntie's the word.
Thanks for everything.
If you need anything, please let me know.
I will.
[door opens]
[door closes]
- [Vernon] Good morning.
- Good morning.
- Did you buy this?
- No, I did not.
You curious how it got here?
Not particularly.
I have some bigger fish to fry.
What's going on?
Well, we went to see
Hope's neurologist this morning.
- What'd she say?
- She is going to need some supervision.
Oh, what was Hope's response to that?
Oh, she had a couple of choice words,
which are too indecent to repeat.
Fortunately, she saved her rant
for the drive home.
[sighs] She is such a spitfire.
I just I don't know what to do.
I mean, she is adamantly against
checking into a rehab center.
And she doesn't want
a stranger coming over to help.
Yeah. What about a compromise?
What if you can find
someone who knows Hope
that's capable of handling her day-to-day?
- That's a tall order, don't you think?
- What do you think?
Unfortunately, I think
the doctor is right.
Well, then, as you've advised me in
the past, don't let yourself be a doormat.
Yes, that is good advice. Thank you.
Thank you for reminding me
of my good advice.
Yes. [laughs]
- Hey.
- Hey.
Hey, I'm taking you to lunch.
What about the clinic?
- It's quiet. I'm sure Doc won't mind.
- Can we do this another time?
- I got food from home.
- You can eat that tomorrow.
- So this is happening?
- Yes, it is. Grab your coat. Let's go.
All right.
I'll just put this in the fridge.
Then don't go.
I mean, it's not like she's your sister.
Well, she's my sister-in-law,
and I promised Nick.
It's only for one dinner.
- Why don't you guys like her?
- She's, pardon my expression,
- a ballbuster.
- [Jo Ellen] It's true.
Nick would kill me for telling you this,
but there's a family trust.
She makes the decisions.
Once a month, he gets a check,
and he's supposed to keep his mouth shut.
I'd be happy
to keep my mouth shut and collect a check.
Please. Like you'd ever
let someone else call the shots.
I don't think I've met her.
How do you know her?
- We met at Nick and Jo Ellen's wedding.
- You guys have been friends a long time.
Well, actually,
Lydie babysat me when I was a kid.
She's the reason I moved to Virgin River.
I remember she called me
and said she'd found paradise.
When I got here, I met Nick.
The rest is history.
I don't think I knew that.
I swear, my memory is fading faster
than a Tide pod in a washing machine.
Throw in a TBI,
and you got yourself a party.
Anyway, enough about me.
Lydie, how are you doing
with Ricky getting ready to leave?
Oh, I'm fine,
but I think he's a little nervous.
Yeah, I mean, it's a big step.
If you ever need anything,
you can call me.
Well, thank you, dear.
That's very kind. But I'll be fine.
- Hey!
- Hey!
What's this?
Got an extra generator
you might be able to use.
- Collecting dust over at our place.
- Thanks.
- Yeah.
- What do you want for it?
Oh, nothing.
Jo Ellen's been trying to get me
to clear out the storage shed for ages.
I also got a bunch of string lights
for you from Jo Ellen.
She buys them
like they're going out of style.
I gotta give you something for that.
You could You sell it, make good money.
I can't be bothered. It's all right.
- Well, thank you.
- That's all right. I'm happy to help.
I still wanna talk to you
about the business plan.
We're still on for drinks,
later at the bar?
- That'd be great.
- Okay.
- All right.
- See you.
- See you then.
- Great.
Here are the lemonade,
and iced tea for the gentleman.
- Thank you.
- Enjoy.
- What are we celebrating?
- Your generosity.
That Dyson fan was very fancy.
It does get stuffy in some of those rooms,
and I know Doc isn't about
to upgrade the air-conditioning.
Very true.
So, what are you gonna have?
I'm either gonna have
the salad or the bigeye tuna.
No, tuna is very high in mercury,
which can be dangerous when you're
When you are?
- Pregnant.
- Mm-hm.
Which, of course, you already know.
- How did you figure it out?
- I accidentally stuck my head in
and I overheard you telling someone.
- What did you overhear?
- That you were pregnant.
I walked away when I realized
it was a private conversation.
- Oh.
- Yeah, I'm sorry.
I should've been honest,
but when it happened,
I panicked and I didn't know
how to bring it up again.
Oh, no, you know, it's totally fine.
Um, just could you do me a favor
and not mention it to anybody?
We're not telling anyone right now.
- Yeah, absolutely.
- Thanks.
- So how you feeling?
- I'm fine.
- Yeah?
- Yeah, I mean, I'm tired.
But, you know,
the nausea has kind of let up, so
- Oh, that's good.
- Yeah.
- And how about Jack?
- Oh, he's very excited. We both are.
Anything you need. If you want me to
cover shifts or drive you to appointments.
I'm sure Jack will,
but if he's not available to.
That's very thoughtful. Thank you.
- Can we redo the toast?
- Sure.
To you becoming a mother
and to your very lucky baby.
Thank you.
[Hope clears throat]
I'm sorry I got upset this morning.
You weren't the one
who suggested I need a handler.
I can't say that I disagree with her.
Think of all the good having regular
cognitive and physical therapy would be.
I already go to both.
Only once a week, but if you're
in a center, it would be every day.
Vernon, my cousin, Sylvie, went into one
of those places and ended up dying there.
If I'm gonna check out, I want it to be
in the comfort of my own home.
Nobody is talking about dying.
And your cousin
was 15 years older than you.
I don't care.
I'm dead set against it. Pun intended.
Okay, then. I must insist
on having someone come to the house.
- I don't want
- Hope, stop, please.
This is one argument
you are not going to win.
We make a good team.
- They look good.
- Yeah. Think he's gonna love it.
I hope so.
So Connie won't be home until later.
So you wanna hang out upstairs?
- Uh, I should probably go.
- You said you were free today.
Um Well, I just
- I don't think we should.
- I don't get you.
You like me. You don't like me.
We kiss, and then you're not into it?
- It's not you.
- Then what is it?
- I can't explain it.
- You're making me feel like crap.
I've made it clear that I like you,
and you can't decide if you like me back.
- I told you. I'm not in the right place.
- What does that mean?
The right place for what?
To hook up? Have a relationship?
- I don't wanna hurt you.
- Then be honest with me.
Whatever it is, I can handle it.
Can we be friends, and leave it at that?
- That's what you want, to just be friends?
- No.
No, I just
That's all I can do right now.
I can't be friends
with someone who's hiding something.
That's not how friendship works.
At least not for me.
- Okay. I got it. I'll leave you alone.
- Are you fricking serious?
You'd rather stop hanging out
than tell me whatever it is?
Yeah. Sorry.
A veggie wrap and Diet Coke. The wrap
comes with french fries or side salad.
I'm doing the french fries.
Good choice.
- Hey.
- Oh, hey, Hope. How you doing?
Just peachy.
- [Jack] What can I get you?
- Pie. Apple. Whipped cream.
- Don't try to sell me sugar-free nonsense.
- I wouldn't dream of it.
You having a good day?
You would not believe
the conversation I had with Vernon.
Try me.
He is insisting
that we hire a home health aide.
What's so bad about that?
How'd you like it if some stranger came in
and started bossing you around?
Well, would that stranger do laundry?
- I suppose.
- Then I don't think I'd mind.
You're saying that
because it's what Vernon wants.
No, I'm not. I'm thinking it must be nice
to have someone who cares enough
to wanna fight you about hiring help.
Easy for you to say, you can do whatever
you want. You're completely independent.
Well, that's very true. But what if I fall
and I can't get to the phone?
How long before somebody would notice?
Would I just be laying there on the floor
rotting like some piece of fruit?
That's a little dramatic, isn't it?
I live by myself. I don't have
someone who's keeping tabs on me
or wondering
where I'm going, what I'm doing.
If I were you, I'd be grateful that
you have someone looking out for you.
I can be grateful
and still not want a nanny.
Oh, for the love of Pete.
Just give it a try before you decide
it's not for you. Thank you.
- Thank you.
- Thank you.
Alrighty, ready to go?
- What about the check?
- I got it.
- You shouldn't have done that.
- That's okay. You can get next time.
There is something I need to tell you.
Um, I know that we haven't
known each other for long,
but I feel like we've gotten quite close.
And if I'm being completely honest, I care
about you. Maybe a bit more than I should.
Oh. Um
- Cameron, I don't feel that way
- This is not about us. It's
It's about Jack.
And I wouldn't have said anything,
but now that you're pregnant,
I'm concerned. When
- When he didn't show up
- Oh, no. Oh, Cameron.
It That was an isolated incident.
- I promise. He apologized.
- I get that.
When your baby is born, you're gonna need
someone you can count on.
Someone that's gonna be there for you,
and I'm afraid he's
Where is this coming from?
My ex-fiancée is an alcoholic.
And I'm sorry.
I am not equating her to Jack,
but you have to think of your future.
Listen, your experience with your ex
is not my experience with Jack.
That might be true. But I remember
the first time Michelle didn't come home
because she was out drinking.
And I remember the second
I'm gonna stop you there. From now on,
I think we should stick
to being co-workers.
I don't wanna pressure you, but I would
love to hear your thoughts on my proposal.
Well, yeah, I thought it was good.
In fact, I think your projections for
the first two years were on the low end.
Do you think
the profit share could be higher?
With the B&B referrals,
it's highly likely.
That's good to hear. That's good, right?
Nick, this is triple
the amount we talked about.
Sure you're comfortable
putting this much in?
I believe that betting on Jack Sheridan is
the smartest investment a guy could make.
- Hey.
- [Brie] Hey.
- Sorry I'm late.
- [Brie] Where have you been?
- We missed the previews.
- It's no big deal. We can get tickets.
The big deal
is I've been waiting here for ten minutes
and previews are my favorite part.
- You know that.
- I do, I'm sorry.
I got caught up at work.
- I've been trying to reach you all day.
- Yeah.
I went to see Mel earlier.
Had a few questions
about what happened to you.
I didn't wanna screw up
and say the wrong thing.
If I was out of line, I'm sorry.
I just I wanted to know
the best way to support you.
I told you, I wanna forget about it.
I know, but I've never been
in this situation, so I
This is why I didn't wanna tell you.
The way you're looking at me.
Like you feel sorry for me.
What? No. God, no.
That is not it. I love you.
And I wanna help you.
And what you're seeing is
Is me having no idea what I'm doing.
Please. I'm an idiot.
But I am trying to do right by you.
- Okay.
- Okay?
- Okay, you're not mad at me?
- No. Your intention was sweet.
Well, I meant every word. I love you.
I love you too.
- Mm. There it is.
- What?
That gorgeous smile of yours.
- Yeah, you bring it out of me.
- I wanna make you happy.
So you wanna go see a movie or what?
- Yeah.
- Yeah?
- Paige?
- Preach!
Hey, oh, hey! Buddy!
- Are you okay?
- Yeah.
- How'd you get here?
- Uncle Vince dropped me off.
- Where's your mom?
- She left with him.
She said she'd see me soon,
but then she started crying.
Did she?
- Did she say where they were going?
- No, but she told me to give you this.
[Vernon] So I just got off the phone
with the insurance company.
I told them
we're not gonna contest the claim
we'll just pay it and move on.
- Thank you for handling that for me.
- Yeah. You're welcome.
- Now, there is still the issue
- I know. I've thought about what you said.
And I'm willing
to hire an aide on a trial basis.
Well, okay, then.
I am glad we're on the same page.
All I ask is during the hiring process,
I have veto power, which I will not abuse.
As long as you plan on being reasonable.
I do.
I owe you a thank-you.
- For what?
- For caring so much about me.
I'm lucky to have you.
Oh, no, no, no.
I am the lucky one.
- Hey.
- Hi.
- How was your day?
- Good.
Helped Lizzie make
some going-away signs for Ricky.
Oh. That was nice of you.
- [Hope] Have you had dinner?
- Not yet.
Um, I'm not feeling that good.
You're probably hungry.
Let me heat up some chicken.
You don't have to do that.
- [Vernon] Denny? Denny?
- [gasps] Denny.
- Denny?
- Oh, my God.
Denny, can you hear me?
- Call 911.
- Okay.
[phone beeping]
Have a good night, you two.
Doesn't that guy know how to read a room?
You take out the trash.
I'll deal with him.
We're closing up.
Let me know when you're done.
I was hoping to run into a friend of mine.
- You might know her. Brie Sheridan?
- I know Brie.
Any idea where I might find her?
- We used to work together in Sacramento.
- Her brother owns the bar.
If you come by tomorrow,
he might help you.
Anything more specific, like an address?
I wanna surprise her.
A, I don't give out
other people's personal information,
and B, I'm not into guys, so
whatever this is isn't gonna work on me.
["Fade Into You" playing over speakers]
So, technically,
we're gonna sleep in there
- and not outside, right?
- Yes.
- Okay.
- You're pregnant, and I am not a monster.
- You relieved?
- Yes.
I mean, I don't wanna be a downer,
but it's kind of chilly out here.
You've been a good sport.
- Yeah, well, the hot chocolate is helping.
- Good.
- That was the intention.
- Mm.
Anyway, I've been rabbiting on
about my day. How did yours end up?
Oh, it was fine.
Did you talk to Cameron?
- You said he wasn't returning your texts.
- Right.
Right. Yeah, no, he, I guess,
forgot to press send.
- Oh. So it was nothing?
- Yeah.
- You cold? You want my blanket?
- No, I'm fine. I'm fine.
I might get a refill.
- Do you want one?
- Uh, no, I should be I'm I'm good.
- Thanks.
- Okay.
[speaker beeps]
["Have a Little Faith in Me" playing]
[cell phone chimes]
When the road gets dark ♪
Oh, I love this song.
Please don't say anything else.
At least let me
get through the question this time.
Have a little faith in me ♪
Mel, from the moment I
set eyes on you, I knew you were special.
When I walked you home
from the bar that night
to Hope's rickety old cabin,
I didn't wanna say good night.
I didn't wanna leave your side.
And as I've fallen
deeper and deeper in love with you
that feeling's only grown stronger.
So if you will let me,
I wanna spend the rest of my life making
you the happiest woman in the world.
What I'm asking you is
Mel Monroe
will you marry me?
Have a little faith in me ♪
Have a little faith in me ♪
Ooh ♪
When your secret heart ♪
Cannot speak so easily ♪
Come here, darling ♪
From a whisper start ♪
To have a little faith in me ♪
Have a little faith in me ♪
Have a little faith in me ♪
Have a little faith ♪
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