Virgin River (2019) s05e04 Episode Script

Never Gonna Be the Same

I was living too fast ♪
Knew I needed to slow down ♪
Keep my eyes on you ♪
Okay, so you remembered
to bring the bug spray, right?
Yep. And the sunscreen.
Okay. And the, uh, first-aid kit,
and the batteries?
It's not my first rodeo, babe.
Yes, I know. You're an expert camper.
I get it. But, you know,
I just wanna make sure we have everything,
'cause it's not like
we can just pop off to the store.
I got you, boo.
Oh, that reminds me.
I need you to help me set up the
solar-powered shower bag
when we get there.
- Why wouldn't we just use the river?
- What, to bathe?
Yeah, to bathe.
Why are you looking at me like that?
Oh no!
- You're gonna love the shower bag.
- Oh, my God!
Let's call Brie before we lose signal.
Hey! I thought you guys
would be at the campsite by now.
Yeah, we're almost there.
We just wanted to check in with you first.
We know the trial's tomorrow.
Just wanted to see how you're doing.
We wanna let you know
how proud of you we are for doing this.
All right? We're thinking of you.
You guys are so sweet.
Uh, but I'm fine.
Yeah, I'm a little nervous,
but nothing I can't handle.
Well, I'm glad Brady's there for you.
I'm going to Sacramento on my own.
What do you mean? Did something happen?
No. No, I just decided
I'd rather fly this mission solo.
Are you sure? We can turn around.
No! Come on, you guys.
I appreciate that,
but remember what I said?
Follow my lead.
Honestly, what would help me the most
is knowing you're having a great time.
Oh, I think we can manage that.
All right. Listen, say hi to Mom.
she loves hearing from her favorite.
So don't worry about that. I will.
All right.
Hey, we're losing signal,
we'll see you when we get back.
I love you.
Okay, love you too.
Good morning, good morning ♪
We've talked the whole night through ♪
Good morning ♪
Good morning
Good morning to you ♪
Good morning, good morning
It's great to stay up late ♪
Good morning
Good morning to you ♪
Cameron, I didn't know
you could sing and dance.
Yeah, well,
I wouldn't exactly call it that.
I took a few years of high school
musical theater, but that's about it.
You're the actress.
Okay. So let me guess. You, uh
You did it for a girl.
Actually, it was my high school
drama teacher, Ms. Farzi.
Turned out to be
the best four years of my life.
You know, I'm thinking of doing
Singin' in the Rain
for the community theater's winter show.
And you need to audition.
Yeah, I think my singing
and dancing days are behind me.
Oh, please, you're a natural.
I know all of your patients
would come out to see you.
That is exactly what I'm afraid of.
- Hey, I thought you had the day off.
- Oh, I do.
I just wanted to bring in
some fresh flowers,
make you a pot of coffee
since Doc is also off this morning.
You, uh
You have a fairly light schedule,
but if you need anything
I'm just a phone call away.
Well, I'll try not to bother you.
But you'll be missed.
Everything okay with Doc?
He didn't tell me
he wasn't coming in today.
Oh, yeah. Yeah. Right as rain.
Just a personal thing.
- Okay.
- 'Kay.
- Head in the rest, please.
- Ah.
And the injections, uh,
feel like they're really working.
Just the last few days there've been
some issues, you know? Minor issues.
Well, the doctor
should be able to see what's going on.
Now, stare at the green cross
and don't blink.
How does it look?
- So far, so good.
- Ah.
Now the left eye.
Ahh. Just, uh
How does that one look?
We got some great images.
Dr. Peterson will go over
all the test results.
Hey. Morning.
See, now I know why
you have a bedroom above your bar.
Hey, no. No, no, no.
That's not what it's for.
Usually, I have a renter,
but she just moved out.
I am not judging.
Kind of into it, actually.
Do you mind?
- Last night was fun.
- Mmm-hmm.
So does that mean
that you'll stay for breakfast?
You know, I got this great panettone
French toast recipe.
Fresh strawberries, mascarpone.
Uh, no.
I don't really eat breakfast
or whatever it is you just said.
Okay. Well, hey, I
You know, I can fix you something else.
You're cute.
I'm late.
So, I mean, can I call you sometime?
- I'd love to see you again.
- Oh, I know where to find you.
In your sex attic,
conveniently located above your bar.
That's not what it's for!
- Huh?
- Oh, my God, this is beautiful.
- What'd I tell you?
- Mmm-hmm.
Not a soul around for miles.
How did you find this place?
- You remember my buddy Brad?
- Brad? Yes!
Yes, Brad who had
a heart attack at 3,000 feet.
Mmm-hmm. I remember him.
Believe it or not, he used to give me
flying lessons over this canyon.
It was mostly 'cause it was so remote,
you know, in case I crashed.
Anyway, come on! First things first,
we'll unload the truck!
Can you please remind me again
why we didn't bring the Airstream?
Well, you can't call it camping
if there's no tent.
So, what do you call
camping with an air mattress?
Come on. I'm not gonna let
my pregnant fiancée sleep on the ground.
Aw! See, this is why we get along so well.
Oh, look at us
being such a good team.
There's something in the bushes.
It's probably a squirrel or something.
That is not That is not a squirrel.
- You want me to go flush it out?
- Yes, please.
- The big, bad, scary squirrel?
- Yes, please! Would you?
You're gonna be okay.
Oh, here, squirrel, squirrel.
Oh, yeah, he's got big claws, all right!
I think we're good.
- See? What'd I tell you?
- Oh!
We got you! We got you! We got you!
Oh! Okay! Get down, Mel! Quick, quick!
- We're being ambushed!
- Wyatt! Olivia!
Are you bothering these nice people?
We are so sorry.
We looked away for a second.
Nah, nah, it's all good. No harm done.
Oh, don't you work at the clinic
in Virgin River?
Uh, I did, yeah! I'm Mel. This is Jack.
Hey. Jack Sheridan.
I met you guys at the bar.
I'm Johnny,
and this is my husband, Adrian.
I thought you looked familiar.
We brought in Henry about a month ago.
You were so good with him.
Yes! Yes, I remember you.
You had an ear infection, didn't you?
- Yeah.
- Yeah, you did.
- Did she fix you up?
- Yeah.
Well, it's good to see you again,
and we are so sorry.
Promise to keep them out of your hair.
Let's go!
You won't even notice we're here.
Okay. See ya.
- All right Whoa!
- Sorry!
Oh! Yeah.
- It's not so peaceful.
- Not so peaceful. No.
Breathe in.
And out.
Head up and stretch.
And again.
How is twisting my body into a pretzel
helping my TBI again?
You said you wanted to start taking
your rehabilitation seriously.
Yoga is proven to help TBI patients
with balance, and focus, and
Oh, yeah. Gotta get the door.
Morning! I just dropped by to invite you
to a little girls' trip to the spa.
I think it would be nice
if we pampered ourselves!
And Lydie and Muriel will be there.
A day at the spa would be
great for you, Hope. Don't you think?
That depends. Is Brutus coming?
Oh, well, if you're referring to Jo Ellen,
well, I don't know if she's coming.
- Then I don't know if I can make it.
- Oh.
Vernon's not back yet,
and thanks to Jo Ellen,
everyone in Virgin River
knows that I can't drive.
- I'll drive you.
- That's wonderful.
Then it's settled. We'll meet you at noon
at the Crystal Waters Spa.
I know you're my aide, but I don't like
how helpful you're being.
Thank you so much.
Oh, Mike. Hey.
I'm sorry, I didn't see you there.
How you been? I was just
thinking about you the other day.
- Oh, yeah?
- Yeah, I, uh
miss our little stakeouts.
Me too.
No, I've just
I've just been really busy with
work and stuff, you know?
Hey, did you ever find out
who planted that bomb on Calvin's boat?
Well, the, uh, case is still ongoing,
but Calvin's gone,
so Brady should be safe.
You doing okay?
Actually, no.
I'm kind of a hot mess right now,
to be honest.
Yeah, I've just got a lot on my mind, so
whenever I'm feeling like a hot mess,
which is more often than you'd imagine
Oh, shut up!
I like to think how,
in reality, I, uh
- I'm a big friggin' deal. Yeah.
- Oh!
How, uh, you know,
I've got an important job,
people who count on me, and I've done
a lot of work to get where I am.
And then I say all of that
out loud with gusto.
- You should try it with me.
- Oh, no. No, that's not happening.
- Okay. I'm a big
- Uh-uh.
- I'm a big
- I'm a big freaking deal.
- I've got an important job.
- I've got an important job.
- People who count on me.
- People who count on me.
And I've done
a lot of work to get where I am.
And I've done
a lot of work to get where I am.
- Yeah, I'm a big frigging deal.
- I said that.
- I'm a big frigging deal!
- All right!
I'm a big frigging deal. Jeez.
Feel better?
- Yes, I do feel a little better.
- Okay.
My job here is done, then.
See you around.
See ya.
All right. This ought to do it.
Okay. So, firewood is ready,
tent's set up, everything is unpacked.
Wow, we're on schedule.
- "Schedule"?
- So
next up is a hike before it gets too hot.
And then we can cool off
with a swim, catch some lunch.
Uh, and then I'm gonna finish
the hem on my baby dress.
Did you make a list of, uh,
all your lists?
You know, keep 'em organized?
Look, I hate
to be the one to break it to you,
but this whole camping thing,
you know, you're supposed to relax.
- Uh-huh.
- Unwind, you know, just go with the flow.
Be one with nature.
And nature is unpredictable.
- So we don't have
- Hi, guys! Hi, guys!
What up, little people?
- Hi!
- Will one of you play with us?
Go, buddy! Go, go, go! You got it!
- You got it!
- You can do it.
Okay, that'll do. That'll do.
I won! I won! I won!
- Give me five! Yeah!
- Yeah!
- Hey! That's cheating.
- Ooh! Well
You know, that's a technicality.
Well, no, she is right.
You can't use your hands.
- Babe, come on. It's just a game.
- Oh, babe, there are rules!
You gotta follow the rules.
Don't worry, buddy.
We'll get it next time.
Okay. Go
- Go, go!
- Come on, kick it.
They swore they wouldn't bother you guys.
Oh my gosh, it's totally fine. Please.
Get in there. Get in there, Henry.
He's so good with kids.
I know. He is, isn't he?
We're, um
We're actually expecting one ourselves.
What? No way! Congratulations.
Thank you. Yeah. We're
We're super excited.
Well, you two better get ready,
'cause everything's gonna change.
Jack's gonna make a terrific dad.
Just look at him.
- Yeah. We should have him come babysit.
- Yeah.
We haven't been alone in,
like, eight years.
- Really?
- Yeah.
Oh, my gosh!
Why don't you guys go do something?
We can watch the kids.
- Really?
- Yeah!
- You're a godsend.
- Absolutely.
We would love to take
a little hike, right?
- Yeah!
- Okay, great.
Backbreaker! Oh!
- Hey, babe.
- Yeah.
Babe, they're gonna go for a hike,
we're gonna watch the kids. Is that cool?
Oh, are you kidding? Please!
Best day ever! Go, have fun!
- You two are the best. We won't be long.
- Yeah!
Oh my gosh, take your time.
- You guys promise to behave?
- Yes, Daddy!
Thank you so much.
- Have a good time.
- Thank you.
Race to that pirate ship over there.
Brady, what are you doing here?
I know you don't want me
to come to Sacramento, but I
I still wanna be there for you.
These dog tags,
they remind me that I'm strong enough
to get through anything.
I hope they do the same for you.
That's a very thoughtful gesture, Brady.
But it doesn't fix things.
If you really wanna
make things right between us,
you need to find a way out of this mess.
Hey, Denny.
You're home early.
I thought you'd still be at the clinic.
Yeah, I just decided to take the day off.
Is everything okay, Doc?
Yeah, nothing for you to worry about.
Well, I'll be in my room
if you need anything.
Wanna go fishing with me today?
Yeah, you've been promising to teach me.
Well, today's a big day.
I'll meet you out front in ten
with all the gear.
Sounds like a plan.
Hope, you made it.
Connie, you didn't
tell me she was gonna be here!
Well, surprise!
Not a very good one.
Now, I know things have got
a little tense lately in our circle,
but we can't let stuff get between us.
We're such a tight-knit bunch.
How long have you been
sitting on that gem?
Well, this is the only way Connie
could think to bring us all together.
- Uh-huh!
- Well, we're all sensible adults here.
- I suppose we could make the best of it.
- You're gonna have to.
I bought the senior package
and I can't get a refund.
What's that smell? It's, like, everywhere.
That is the smell of rejuvenation,
my dear.
The hot springs,
they give off a certain aroma.
Well, rejuvenation reeks.
Okay, ladies, I've got everything planned.
First, let's hit the sauna
and get warmed up.
Looks like
Aunt Connie's got it covered.
- Call me if you need anything.
- Where do you think you're going?
If I have to get naked
with these old biddies, so do you.
Here you go.
- One beer, two root beer.
- Comin' right up.
Someone's in a good mood today.
Oh, come on, now.
I am always in a good mood.
Something's different.
You got some action, didn't you?
Do you not have tables to serve?
Who was it?
Please, would you stop?
A firefighter came in
for a drink last night.
- A firefighter? Nice!
- Mmm-hmm.
- Are you gonna see her again?
- Well, I, uh
You know, I would like to,
but she didn't even leave her number.
But did she leave
with a smile on her face?
Yeah? Then you've done
everything you need to do, my friend!
I don't know, it's just
You know, I'm used to
more of a traditional courtship.
You know, where the rules
are all laid out.
You know, this is different.
Like she is the one in the driver's seat.
Just sit back and enjoy the ride.
You might even like it.
Help me, help me! Somebody save me!
I'll save you!
Arrr, ye barnacles!
I'll crush the lot of you!
Arrr, you hand me that maiden.
Oh no.
Oh, Wyatt,
not so close to her face, honey.
Oh no, no, no. Okay.
Okay, we should play another game.
Oh, come on!
They're just having fun, right?
- Yeah.
- I hope you being "fun dad" all the time
doesn't mean I get stuck playing bad cop.
Oh, neither one of us has to be "bad cop."
Right, but, you know,
kids need structure.
- Yeah, but they gotta have fun too, right?
- Yeah.
Yeah. They gotta run around and play.
Yeah. Which they can still do with
certain boundaries set in place, you know?
- Wyatt, give it back!
- Yeah.
Oh, kids, come on. Be careful.
Ahh! My elbow!
Nice cast.
Yeah. Keep it straight.
Don't strip the line too fast.
There you go. That's better.
Well, it sure is nice
having you here, Denny.
It's nice being here.
So, you still thinking about traveling?
Uh, I kind of haven't given it
much thought lately.
Well, I'm guessing
that's because of Lizzie.
Things between you guys
seem to be going pretty well.
They are.
I've never dated someone like her before.
How do you mean?
Well, she just lives life in the moment.
Takes it as it comes.
Keeps me focused on the present.
You really like her, don't you?
Yeah, big-time.
Lizzie is an incredible young woman,
and you're very lucky.
She's got a strong head on her shoulders,
and she goes to great lengths
for the people she cares about.
I can see that.
It's one my favorite things about her.
Well, Denny,
I don't see why you can't do both.
What do you mean?
Well, traveling the world
is a great experience, but, uh
one thing better is sharing it
with someone you really care about.
You're really
getting the hang of this.
- It's harder than it looks.
- Nice.
Aunt Connie?
- Hmm?
- What else is on that itinerary of yours?
Well, next up are the mud baths.
Does this place have any
normal spa stuff, like mani-pedis?
What's so great about
sweating in a box anyways?
Saunas are excellent
for opening up the pores.
Mmm-hmm, and for firming,
and for tightening.
You know, I started
when I was your age, Lizzie,
and now people swear
I look ten years younger.
People lie.
Oh, Hope. Don't be jealous.
Oh, sorry, Muriel.
I didn't mean to be rude.
Must be my TBI acting up again.
Well, I also enjoy a good sauna.
They were the only things
that helped my personal summers.
What's a "personal summer"?
- Actually, never mind. I don't wanna know.
- It's a hot flash, darling.
One of the many things you have
to look forward to in your future.
Thankfully, that's, like, a lifetime away.
Oh no. You'd be surprised
how fast the years go.
You know, I feel like just yesterday
I was your age.
Honestly, every time
I look into a mirror, I think,
"Who is that staring back at me?"
You know,
I always felt pressure to
to hold tightly to my youth.
And then, one day,
I woke up and I thought,
"Why am I torturing myself?"
Everyone gets to be young.
But not everyone
is lucky enough to grow old.
You know, Lydie, you're right.
I wish Lilly was here with us right now.
An old T-shirt
and some ice should do the trick.
- It's nice and cold.
- Thank you.
- How's it coming?
- Well
The good news is that all of his bones
and muscles are in the right place.
But there's this thing called a ligament,
and that is not where it's supposed to be.
The good news is
I know exactly how to fix it.
- No, no
- I know.
Hey, buddy, you know what?
You have the best nurse in the whole world
looking out for you.
Hey, Wyatt.
Do you have any pets at home?
You do?
- A cat named Lightning.
- A cat named Lightning!
That is a really cool name.
Is she lightning-fast?
There you go!
That was so fast.
See? Told ya.
- That was cool. Do it again.
- No, no, no!
No, no, no, no.
Oh, it's okay.
I think once is enough for today.
Hey, guys.
Oh, hey.
- Just keep some ice on that, okay?
- What happened?
He's fine. He's fine.
It's just a nursemaid's elbow.
It's an extremely common injury for kids.
Look, I'm sorry.
Playtime got a little rough.
Oh, it's okay. Accidents happen.
Adrian likes to let the kids
roughhouse at home, so
Well, they're kids.
Sometimes they play rough.
Adrian, you like to let them
run wild all the time.
No, I let them be kids.
There's a difference.
Unlike you, who likes to be
the helicopter dad.
That is pretty good
for your first day of fishing.
Why, thank you.
did I ever tell you how proud I am of you?
Fly-fishing is easy
with a teacher like you.
No, I'm not talking about the fly-fishing.
I know it's not easy
what you're going through.
You have done it
with more dignity and grace
than any folks I've known in my life.
And I just want you to know that.
I appreciate that.
But, um,
I wasn't always so at peace with it.
When my test came back positive,
I was really scared.
It was hard for me to even talk about it.
I mean, one minute,
I was trying to declare a major, and
the next, I was counting down
the years I might have left.
So I sort of shut down for a while.
But it wasn't until I came here
that I started opening up again.
Before you came to town
I was told that I might possibly be
losing my eyesight.
I have something called
macular degeneration.
And, well, I did not wanna face it.
But the treatment I've been doing
stopped working in one of my eyes.
So, I
I've been counting the days myself.
Like, how much more time
do I have in my clinic, and
to look in my wife's eyes?
Doc, I'm so sorry.
Are there any other treatment options?
Well, there is one
that's in clinical trials,
but it has potentially
some serious side effects.
Like permanent blindness.
So, you
You take a risk on these treatments,
or you go blind either way?
You know, I've been taking care of people
for almost 40 years.
I mean, everyone in this town,
they call me "Doc," for goodness' sakes.
And if I'm not Doc anymore
Who the hell am I?
You're my grandpa.
Thank you.
Thank you, grandson.
Is this stuff supposed to tingle?
Yeah. Means it's working.
It's getting rid of all the toxins.
So you pay
to sit in your own toxins?
Yes, that's right.
You know, I gotta admit, this is nice.
Did I just hear Hope McRae admit
she's having a good time?
She did.
Being out with friends
makes me feel normal again.
We're so glad to see
you're doing better, Hope.
I really am.
I've been doing restorative yoga,
and it's working wonders.
Yoga's been proven
to help TBI patients with balance and
something else.
That's great, Hope.
Just don't push yourself too hard.
The recovery process takes time.
Oh, I didn't realize you were a doctor,
Jo Ellen.
My recovery process is going just fine.
- Well, I do hope that's true.
- It is true.
Then I'm sure you'll be
fully back on your feet in no time.
The only reason I'm off my feet
is because you knocked me down
by reducing yourself to petty tactics
just to get Nick in office.
Hope, you are delusional.
I did no such thing.
Just admit it. You're a filthy traitor.
You are so ridiculous.
You are mad at me because I shared
a legitimate concern with my husband
when you drove straight
into the back of another car.
That is such an exaggeration.
It was a minor fender bender,
and you know it.
Plus, everyone knows
Nick has been vying for my job for years.
It's no wonder
you resorted to mudslinging.
We most certainly did not.
If it looks like mud,
and it smells like mud, then guess what?
It's probably mud!
Hey, we should probably
What's so funny?
I haven't been kicked out of a place
since my twenties.
Frankly, I thought the whole thing
was embarrassing.
A bunch of grown women
flinging mud at one another.
Not me!
I don't regret it at all!
Not a single word or ounce of mud!
Hope, that's it!
If you wanna stay mad at me,
that's just fine.
But the truth is, you got behind
the wheel when you shouldn't have.
Someone could have died.
And I am worried that if you keep
pretending that you're all better,
the next time you might not be so lucky.
Our circle is shrinking.
And I can't bear to lose another friend.
I'm not mad at you, Jo Ellen.
I'm mad at the situation.
I'm mad that I need an aide.
I'm mad that I have physical therapy.
I'm mad that
an entire town doesn't believe in me.
And I'm mad that I
might just agree with them.
What if I'm never the same again?
Well, to tell you the truth, Hope
you were never that great before.
Oh, honey.
I have all the confidence in the world
that when you get through this,
really through this,
you'll be better than ever.
Yes. Come here.
That's it, girl.
I was surprised to hear from you.
Everything okay?
Not really.
I'm in a bind.
What else is new?
Thought you should know that
Calvin's dead, but his business is not.
Turns out he had a boss.
And she's still pulling strings.
Mmm-hmm. And how do you know that?
Make me a CI,
I'll give you all the intel you want.
Uh, so that's
that's what this is?
Okay. Brady
Why should I trust you?
Huh? We've been down this road before.
- Emerald Lumber raid. Complete bust.
- Yeah. Yeah.
We do it different this time.
Okay? No DEA, no FBI, no sheriff's office.
Just us.
We do this ourselves.
Calvin's boss is a woman named
Melissa Montgomery.
And I know for a fact she's still
running drugs through Emerald Lumber.
So, in other words, you're back to doing
the same crap that you were before.
Give me one good reason
I shouldn't just throw you in jail.
Because then you have nothing, Mike.
All you would have done
is given Melissa the upper hand.
I had no choice.
She threatened Brie's life
if I didn't do what she said.
Whoa, whoa, whoa.
Brie's involved in this?
I tried to push back,
they put a rock through her window.
Brady, you could have come to me!
I am coming to you.
Okay? I'm coming to you now.
I told Brie some of this, but I'm afraid
if I don't get out of this mess,
I'm gonna lose her for good.
Yeah, I imagine you would.
Being a CI is dangerous,
and we got no guarantees.
Come on, Mike. I know that.
If someone's gonna get hurt,
it should be me, not Brie.
She doesn't deserve this.
Nah, she doesn't.
We can give this a shot.
But I'm warning you.
You cannot tell Brie anything, okay?
Not until we take Melissa down.
If we take her down.
We got a deal?
- Oh, you look cozy.
- Oh, you betcha.
What's that?
- Cocoa? Oh!
- Uh-huh!
With extra marshmallows.
Just the way you like it.
- Oh, that's my favorite. Thank you.
- You're welcome.
Listen, um
I feel like I owe you an apology.
I thought about
what you said earlier about
being a bad cop.
And I think you're right.
That wasn't fair.
I just think growing up,
my dad was always that, and I
I hated it.
You know?
I think that's why I love camping so much.
It was like the only time
I was ever free to be myself around him.
I just don't want our little girl
to ever feel like that around me.
Oh, sweetheart, she won't.
She won't. I mean, you were incredible
with those kids today.
- Hmm.
- You were.
I mean,
it's kind of intimidating, actually.
Oh okay.
You might even be better than me at it.
- Oh, really? I know you don't mean that.
- Obviously not, but
I mean, seriously, honey.
Come on, you're gonna be
a fantastic father.
Yeah, I think what's important is that
we both provide structure and freedom.
- Hmm.
- Right?
And, I don't know,
I mean, at the end of the day,
the only thing that really matters
is that we love our little girl.
I know.
I just want her to always feel free
to be herself around us.
Seriously, you're gonna be
a fantastic father.
Ten minutes more ♪
I'd have never seen ♪
A face with the eyes from a magazine ♪
You'd already gone, but I came back ♪
To find you ♪
How was your day?
Oh, it was, uh,
one of the best and worst days
I've had in a long time.
Maybe we were crazy or just drunk ♪
Me too.
Tell me everything.
I don't believe in fate
So it must be luck ♪
I guess I must be
Havin' some kind of run ♪
Will I make a fortune
Or is love enough? ♪
- Hey.
- Hey.
We just got back from the spa,
and I wanted to say good night.
How was it?
It kind of turned into mud wrestling.
- We got kicked out.
- Wait, seriously?
Yeah. It was hysterical.
Hope and Jo Ellen got into it,
and then they started flinging mud
at each other, and then it just
- Wild.
- Yeah, it was pretty crazy.
But I had fun.
Although there was way too much talk
about saggy boobs
and jiggly body parts that sort of
made me freak out about losing all this.
We better not waste any time, then.
All right, my friends.
Last call.
Two tequilas.
Straight up.
You, um
expecting someone else?
It's a sipping tequila.
Why rush?
Good morning.
Good morning.
Shh, shh, shh.
You hear that?
- What? Hear what?
- Exactly.
That is the sound of peace and quiet.
'Cause Johnny and Adrian left first thing
this morning with the kids.
- That's a shame.
- Why?
Well, is there gonna be
no more Captain Jack Sheridan?
Oh, no, I didn't say that. Arrr!
Did you, um
Did you remember
to put the campfire out last night?
Yeah, of course.
Right before we went to bed.
Are you sure?
What's in that direction?
That's Virgin River.
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