Walker (2021) s02e14 Episode Script

No Such Thing As Fair Play

1 Okay.
- Order's up.
- Thank you, Dad.
- Thank you.
- You're welcome.
Okay, let's get back to work.
So, I have South Lamar and Mueller.
Where else do we want to look to find our new dream home? - What? - Sorry.
It's weird to think about our next house when we just moved out of our "ancestral family home.
" Well, hey, why don't we turn that around? You know, turn a negative into a positive.
Make lemonade out of lemons.
Yeah? I mean, when Mawline and Gramps refashioned the farmhouse, they weren't thinking, "These teenagers need separate bathrooms," right? So, this is a wish list.
Just tell me your hearts' desires, and I will write it down.
We're not gonna be in a rental forever.
- Hey, team.
- Ger.
- How's everyone doing? - Great.
Well, I mean, besides the Davidsons taking our house.
That I didn't mean that towards, like, you.
Oh, okay, so that's out.
So I share a little DNA with the Davidsons.
Family is about more than where you come from.
- Mm-hmm.
- It's who sticks by you, right? - Yeah, we got you.
- I know you do.
Hey, I'm gonna borrow your dad for a minute.
Is that okay? Of course.
Geri, hey, hey.
I-I should've talked with you before I told them.
I know that.
I'm sorry.
I mean, we were talking about my daddy's release from jail, - and it all just kind of came out.
- Hey, I get it, I get it.
Uh, there's something that I have to share with you.
- Okay.
- I had a visit with Gale.
- Really? - Yeah.
Uh Okay.
Uh, h-how-how did that go? I mean, she-she cried when she saw me.
It seemed like she was more interested in getting to know me than talking about the past, so - that's something.
- Yeah.
She is an odd duck.
That's for sure.
Yeah, well, I for one could see how it would be hard to find out that the husband you grieved for, - what, 20-something years - Yeah.
actually gave your baby away.
I mean, I'd probably focus on the good news, too, but Of course.
Ger, I only wanted to prove my dad's innocence.
- I had no idea what we'd dig up.
- I I know.
How much it would cost.
- No one could've guessed.
- No.
- Let's not talk about this.
My brain is tired.
- No.
- We're all It's - Of course, of course.
Hey, how about this? Uh, we are all going to that fair the Rangers are holding.
Want to go, me and you? I hear Kansas is playing.
- Kansas? - Mm-hmm.
- "Dust in the Wind," Kansas? - Yes, ma'am.
I'm in.
That's the That's the song you go to? Hmm.
Well, it must be in storage.
It's fine.
We can just pick up a new one on the way.
That was my go-to bag.
You could fit everything in it, and it was insulated.
Oh, after everything we've weathered these past few weeks, a tote bag's gonna be what breaks you? Yes.
What am I gonna hold my drinks in? We'll find you something.
Oh, hey.
Cordi just texted me he's with Geri, so we should pack an extra sandwich.
Okay, well means I have to find something even bigger to put everything in.
You know, you're gonna have to talk to Geraldine about this eventually.
It seems like a good opportunity.
Mama, you couldn't have known that the kid Marv was talking about all those years ago was Geri.
Don't beat yourself up for that man's mistake.
Giving your child away like that, he didn't deserve to be any kind of father.
Well, maybe if I explain the timing of everything to her.
Look what I found.
Huh, look at that.
- Looks promising, right? - Oh, look! I found this with Cordi's stuff.
- Ugh! - No! My Lord, what kind of heathens That's it, we're eating at the fair.
Close it.
We're not taking that.
Throw it away.
It was worth a shot.
Welcome to the Annual Ranger Community Fair! You've really never been to one of these, huh? Well, I mean, a carnival, yes, but never the Annual Ranger Community Fair.
Vaguely remember someone in Dallas talking about it.
Wonder who'll be here this year.
Didn't exactly leave there on the best of terms.
My old captain really botched the case on my partner's disappearance.
- Would've been cool if I made it, though.
- Would've been, yeah.
- Probably rigged.
- Eh.
Hey, anybody from Dallas gives you crap today, you come find me, all right? Yeah, it's definitely rigged.
And we have a winner! Yeah! Let's go, baby! Hey, come say hi to a buddy of mine real quick.
Thank you.
Thank you.
My man.
Didn't know you'd be here today.
Come on, now, I'm not gonna miss out on an opportunity for deep-fried cookies.
Like you eat fair food.
And with that, I guess this is my opportunity to introduce you.
Trey Barnett, Cassie Perez.
New Ranger.
I just brought her on to, uh keep an eye on Walker, actually.
- So new partner? - New partner, yeah.
Well, uh, Cassie, tell me about yourself.
Um How's Austin treating you? Okay, what is with this eye convo you two are having, and can I get a quick translation? - Nah, we just - We we I mean, I was Oh, no.
You all right? Yes, sir.
Just spotted trouble from Dallas.
Captain Fenton Cole.
- How's it going, man? - Doing great.
Haven't seen you since the division heads meeting.
- Dallas keeping you busy? - Oh, yeah.
- Glad I could make it down.
- Hey.
Trey Barnett.
Well, I thought I heard something about you clocking back in.
Austin, huh? And a real team player.
Work event on your day off.
Well, I'm happy to be a team player when I trust the team I'm playing for.
Got our kettle corn.
- Rita? - I haven't heard from you since you left Dallas.
Sorry about that.
I, um didn't have any new leads to report on your husband's case after that.
Miles's case is closed, Cassie.
And without good reason.
If you declassified the file, maybe I could actually get a decent lead.
Well, that's a conflict of interest.
All right, just take it easy, Perez, okay? So how's our girl Sachi doing? Doing okay with school? As well as can be expected.
She actually asked about you last week.
I miss her.
Miss the whole family.
So, uh, how long have you two been together, hmm? What? What is with the looks? Everyone, with the looks around here.
A little bit now.
Miles has only been missing for six months.
What is he supposed to think when he comes back? He's not coming back.
I'm sorry.
The Rangers did an official investigation.
Okay, we're gonna make the rounds.
Say hey to some people.
- Great to see you.
- Great to see you.
Nice to meet you.
- Good to meet you.
- Perez? Clearly there's some, uh, history there.
- Yeah.
- Yeah.
Perez, where you going? I've got to make a few calls and find Walker.
Thank you, thank you.
- Stel, there.
Augie, hey.
- Thank you.
Here are your tickets.
Hey, - Thank you.
- meet back at the concert hall half an hour before the show starts.
Eat real food, otherwise you'll get sick, both of you.
- O okay, Dad.
Thank you.
- Okay.
Hey, I'm pretty sure funnel cake batter's made with eggs anyway.
Not funny! - Look at this.
- Yeah.
Not too bad, huh? Would the handsome couple care to join a competition for the ages? - Randall? Hey.
- Hey.
- How's it going, man? - Good.
Uh, y-you running this thing or ? Oh, yeah.
Want to join? - Uh - Look.
One person is blindfolded, - and the other one just gives them the directions.
- We're gonna - And there's a prize.
- Ooh, there's a prize.
I'm in.
- Ah.
- I'll give directions.
- What? - Come on, it'll be fun to boss you around for a little while.
Let's go.
Hey, um, don't let me lose to this guy.
As your game master, these are the rules.
To win the prize, you have to complete the course blindfolded, put the medicine ball in the bucket, and cross the finish line first.
- That good? - Yeah.
- Set.
- All right.
- Let's do this.
- Yup.
On your marks.
Get set! Now go, come on.
- Left, left.
Now right, right.
- Yeah.
- Which way is it? - Left! - Go left! - Left, forward.
Go straight to the tube.
A little forward, forward, forward.
There you go.
You're gonna want to crawl.
- Now keep going.
- Now, go, go, go, go.
Come on! - Come on! You got to tell me where to go! - Stop yelling.
Just keep going.
Okay, all right.
Come on.
You got it, you got it, you got it.
- You're doing great.
Come on, come on, come on.
- Crawl! - Come on! He's beating you! - Okay, great.
Pick up.
- Pick up the ball.
Okay, now, the tires, the tires.
- Yeah, yeah.
Any day now would be good! Thank you! Now, tires.
Now right.
Right, left.
Right, left, uh, yup.
- Get up, get up, get up, get up.
- Right.
Uh-oh, uh-oh.
It's okay, it's okay, it's okay.
You still got him, you got him, you got him.
- Get up, quick, quick, quick.
Okay, left.
- Yeah.
- Right, left, right.
- Right, left, left, left.
Left, yeah.
Keep going now, keep going.
- Okay, walk, walk, walk.
- Forward.
Come on, come on.
Stop, stop.
Spin three times.
- Spin.
Good job.
Spinning, you're spinning.
- Okay, forward, forward, forward.
- No! - The bucket is in front of you.
It's right in front of you! Come on.
- This? Yeah.
- You got it.
Yes! And now forward! Go forward! Ah! Go! Walkers for the win! Yeah! Yeah! - Come on! - Are you serious? You could've moved so much faster than that.
Yes! I'm tired.
You did great.
You did great! Pretty good team if I do say so myself.
Uh, I think you do.
Um, and we do make a good team.
However, we do, at some point, have to talk about how we decided that I was gonna be the one who ended up blindfolded.
- I'm no dummy.
- Yeah, I know that.
That's right.
- Ugh.
- Take it.
T - No, it's fine.
I'll call her back later.
- Ger, Ger.
Take it.
- Okay, okay.
- Come on.
You take care of him.
All right, come here, big guy.
How you doing? How are these karaoke headphones? What are karaoke headphones? You okay? Yeah.
I just keep thinking about the ranch.
You know, all the animals, the ranch hands.
Like, it wasn't just our house.
I get it.
But do you think it might be worth not worrying right now? I-I know it sucks, but you deserve to enjoy yourself.
But sometimes it's good to be able to talk about - the serious stuff, too.
Right? - Of course.
But doesn't have to be every day.
You'd be surprised with my family.
Okay, so How do these Okay, let's go play some games.
Okay, so you're saying that he was both the official authorized agent and the employer? Is that even legal? - I kept him safe.
Yeah, yeah.
- Okay.
Uh And, hey, don't make me hold your feet to the flames next time for answers, all right? - Walker.
- Hey.
I need you to be a ringer.
Okay, my previous captain, Fenton Cole, is here with Miles's wife, Rita.
And spoiler alert, they are now dating.
So, since he doesn't know you, I need you to go in and get some info.
- Okay, uh, real quick, uh - Geri.
- Hi.
- Hi.
Got caught up in a whole thing.
How are you? - You gonna get Cordi in trouble? - No.
Can I borrow him? Sure.
For a round of drinks at a later date.
Are you kidding me? Three rounds.
- Okay, hold on, hold on.
Are you sure? Because - Yes.
Sounds important.
I'm gonna go put this guy in my car.
- Okay, thank you.
- Hey, uh, shouldn't we Oh, my gosh, come on.
Move faster! To refresh: previous partner, Miles Vyas, disappeared six months ago.
Two bullet casings were found where he was last seen.
Yeah, and those casings matched the gun that was stolen off you earlier that night when you and Miles were separated.
Gun was never found, though.
Or blood or a body.
And with nothing else, Captain Cole designated Miles "presumed dead.
" No other evidence in the report? Well, I can't access the file.
"Conflict of interest.
" Fast-forward, Rita and Fenton show up tonight.
Do you think Rita is in on it? No.
I know that's first on the checklist, but she's a horrible liar.
And Rita loves Miles.
Anyway, I spoke to my C.
in insurance fraud, and she said you need two documents when someone passes away at work: notarized early death certificate from an employer and a declaration from an official agent of the state.
Fenton is the one who signed off on both.
Okay, w-well, Fenton is Miles' employer and a-a captain - of the Texas Rangers, so - Yeah, but, the lack of checks and balances, u-uh, he is now dating Rita.
- I mean, we have enough for reasonable suspicion.
- Sure.
Y yes.
I-If this was just some random guy off the street, I-I would say, "Absolutely, let's go with it.
" But Fenton is a captain of the Texas Rangers.
We're gonna need a lot more than reasonable suspicion.
You're right, I don't have enough evidence yet, but Fenton's hiding something.
Walker, I agreed to be your partner because you promised to have my back when it came to Miles's case.
How real was that promise? What's our play? Self-watering plants.
My Lord, what kind of fool can't take the time to water a damn sprout? Most people actually overwater.
It's true.
Gets the biggest reaction ♪ Don't want to talk about it ♪ - You okay? - Yep.
- All right, good luck.
- Mm-hmm.
Let's go over here.
- Geri, hi.
- Hey.
- Cordell wandering out there? - Oh, yeah.
He got pulled into some work thing.
I guess it's hard to avoid the Rangers at a Ranger event.
Geri, how do you feel about us clearing the air? Uh, sure.
I'm sick about how all this has affected you.
And I wish I could explain the moment he told me, but I-I was shocked, really.
And it wasn't who I knew him to be.
12 years had passed.
And he told me, the baby you were healthy and well-cared for.
I-I know this may sound callous, but it seemed like Davidson family business.
Not mine.
When I found out it was you, it plays differently.
- Can I ask you a question? - Yes.
If it hadn't been me, do you think it would have ever crossed your mind that some kid out there didn't know their whole story? No.
Gale was so vicious at the time.
I-I didn't think she could handle that sort of information.
And that was your choice to make? - She attacked my son.
- I'm sorry.
I'm God, I'm sorry, Abby.
Marv should have told Gale.
That's not on you.
But with everything that's come out, I-I feel defensive somehow.
- You know? - Well, trust me, Gale Davidson doesn't need anyone to protect her.
That woman can defend herself just fine.
Well, maybe she'd lighten up if anyone else was ever on her side.
I'm gonna get going.
I'll see you at the concert later, okay? Damn it.
- You ready? - I'm gonna crush you.
- Oh.
- I'm competitive.
And I have good aim.
Tell me what prize you want whenever I win.
Colton, what are you doing? Everybody, ready? Go! - I got you, Colt.
- Uh-huh.
- Pretty slow, bro.
- I'm telling you Okay, eat my dust.
And we have a winner! Stella! Here you go.
- Congratulations.
- Yeah, nice one.
Why are you here? 'Cause I just wanted to apologize, okay? I didn't think my family was actually gonna go through with that whole thing.
I thought they were just ego-tripping.
Okay, I I think you might need to leave.
- I'm - Just ego-tripping? Well, it kind of had a real-life impact, Colton.
We're actual people.
Did anyone in your family remember that? Come on.
There he is.
The one leaning on the table.
Getting access to that file will solve everything.
I'll get my lead, and Rita will realize how poorly Fenton handled everything.
Okay, so, best-case scenario, I go in there and I convince Fenton to declassify the file.
- Mm-hmm.
- Worst-case scenario, he figures out what I'm trying to do and Gets you on desk duty for the rest of your career.
Or not.
Listen, he's never met you.
But he hates me.
So, lead with that.
You got this.
Excuse me.
Captain Cole, out of Dallas, correct? - I am.
- Never had the honor.
Uh, Ranger Cordell Walker, stationed here in Austin.
I've heard of you.
Excellent takedown on that Serano case.
- Thank you, sir.
- "Fenton" is fine.
Thank you, uh, thank you, Fenton.
Uh I just got partnered up with, uh, a former Ranger of yours, uh, Ranger Perez.
And she's been giving me some trouble.
Well, if Perez is giving you trouble, you probably deserve it.
Uh, I'm sorry? Perez wasn't with me long, but she closed out more cases in a few months than some of my guys do in a year.
That may be the case, but let's be straight.
Perez's case work on her previous partner's death leaves a lot to be desired, right? Perez wasn't on the case.
And I'm not sure I have much patience for whatever this is.
Have a nice day, Ranger Walker.
This is about Rita Vyas.
Seems to me you're aiming to pick a fight, Ranger.
No, sir.
I'm-I'm simply calling it how I see it.
The woman I'm with right now, we have a complicated past as well.
Uh, complicated present.
Uh, but we, we've been through a lot together.
But we have a shorthand, she and I.
Maybe we shared some grief.
As I'm sure you know, share some grief with somebody, you'd do pretty much anything to keep them around, yeah? I didn't presume Miles dead to date his wife.
I'm not saying that, sir, but I got to imagine that there was already a little something between you, yeah? Well, it's not something most people would understand, but it sounds like you've got a little experience.
She was the wife of one of my best Rangers.
When he went missing, well, it started I would drop by from time to time, keep Rita informed, make sure she was okay.
- I mean, of course I did that.
- Of course.
Then I started making excuses to see her more.
She knew.
She understood.
Yeah, of course.
I understand.
But I don't understand why you would rush a presumed dead order without evidence if everything was already going well between y'all.
Did you know it can take up to seven years to get life insurance money without a body? Rita needed it.
She had a mortgage, a daughter.
Didn't want to stand in the way of that.
Kind of aggro for a family event.
You okay? I'm an idiot.
I came here to apologize to Stella for I don't know what I could've said that would've made anything better.
So, anyway, it was it was not good.
I think we all have to forgive ourselves for not being our best right now.
You done here? Yeah.
I mean, it's crazy, right? That you're my aunt? It is crazy.
I-Is it weird meeting your bio mom? I mean, the only time I ever thought about finding mine was for medical stuff.
You know, I I actually thought the harder thing to wrap my brain around was gonna be some of the stuff about my dad Frank.
But after today, uh I'm not so sure.
Hey, your grandma was so welcoming.
And I'm sorry to say this, but it's not usually the vibe that she gives off.
Oh, I-I know my family's a lot.
You don't have to, like, watch your words with me - or anything.
It's fine.
- Thank you for that.
Hey, um, what did you mean that the stuff about your dad wasn't the hardest part? Um Look, the-the Walkers, they-they keep saying that it doesn't matter that I'm a Davidson.
I guess I just worry that some of them are sort of set in the way that they see things.
Maybe that's something that you can show Stella.
Tell her that you understand her side.
Tell her that you understand what she lost when the Davidsons took Walker Ranch.
I think she'd really appreciate that.
- Thanks.
- Yeah.
Let me get this straight.
You would seriously choose money over finding your missing husband? Miles is dead, Cassie.
You need to accept that.
- No, Fenton botched that investigation.
- No.
You are so locked into your own story that you can't even stop to think that maybe he's trying to protect you.
- No - The the case closed because they found new evidence.
- Rita, Rita, don't.
- What? No.
She's never gonna let it go unless you tell her.
Wh Tell me what? Uh We found your stolen gun.
Guy called it in about 20 miles from the casings.
There was evidence of blood.
Forensics confirmed it was Miles's.
There was no blood where the casings were found.
We went back to the area, and a resident finally talked.
Reported seeing Miles forced into a black van with no plates by a masked figure.
Once Miles was inside the van, gunman shot him twice from outside, point-blank.
Blood inside the van, casings landed outside.
No prints on the gun.
No leads.
Why presume him dead without a body at least? I asked him to.
When they told me what they found, I knew Miles was gone.
But I couldn't just shut down.
I have a kid, a mortgage, the funeral.
So I asked Fenton to file the paperwork for the life insurance policy.
He helped me when everyone else left.
I thought keeping things from you might make it easier for you to stay.
It was a bad call.
You're a professional.
I'll declassify the case and send it over to you for verification.
You deserve to know everything.
Thank you.
Uh, we'll take it from here.
Hey, hey.
You deserve peace, and I hope this leads you there somehow.
Rita, I Hey.
Come on.
Oh, I'm looking forward to Kansas.
Hey, you want to sit with us? We have space.
Um Hey.
Yeah, no, I, uh, I suck at pretending I'm okay.
So I'm just gonna go see a man about a drink.
You got it.
- Where are the kids? Where is everybody? - Hey, man.
Late as usual.
- Cordi.
- Mama.
We're all inside.
Come on in.
- Okay, yeah.
- Hey, man.
Perez okay? Yeah, well, no.
It's been a day.
You know, uh, Miles's case.
I'd wait till tomorrow.
I'm gonna do a little damage control with the Dallas office.
Make a few phone calls.
- Y'all go ahead without me.
- All right, man.
All right.
Kansas! Kansas! Carry on, my wayward son ♪ There'll be peace when you are done ♪ Lay your weary head to rest ♪ Don't you cry no more ♪ Yeah! Come on! Ah ♪ Once I rose above the noise and confusion ♪ Just to get a glimpse beyond this illusion ♪ I was soaring ever higher ♪ But I flew too high ♪ Though my eyes could see, I still was a blind man ♪ Though my mind could think, I still was a madman ♪ I hear the voices when I'm dreaming ♪ And I can hear them say ♪ Carry on, my wayward son ♪ There'll be peace when you are done ♪ Lay your weary head to rest ♪ Don't you cry no more, no ♪ Yeah! Yeah, okay, okay, hey, hey.
Uh, tell Gale to leave you alone.
You're at a concert.
Come on, Cordi, don't do that.
I-I'm-I'm not.
I'm just watching these guys.
I'm just saying, she-she's being a little obvious, no? - You want me to go? - No, no.
I got it.
Carry on, you will always remember ♪ Carry on, nothing equals the splendor ♪ Geri.
- Geri, hold on, hold on.
- I I Dolly.
- Don't - I have to throw out a Dolly.
- Okay, what what happened? - You said that if either one of us were headed in the wrong direction, "Dolly" would be our safe word, right? Right.
Is this about the text from Gale? Cordi, she's my birth mom.
Have you given yourself time to think about that in any kind of real way? Uh, I mean, I haven't really had the time.
But, Geri, y-you said it yourself this morning that having the same DNA - doesn't make you a Davidson.
- No, but it makes me someone different than I always thought I was.
Do you understand that? Cordi, I don't want to be like that couple at the race this morning.
- With what? - It's simple enough to say that you're a team at the beginning, right? But those two, they fell out of sync at some point, didn't they? They're not us.
I have to tell you, I had a conversation with your mom earlier, and I got so mad.
- And I love Abby.
- I know.
- You know I do.
- Yeah.
- But think about what she did to Gale.
- What Marv did to Gale.
Yes, but Abby made a choice.
A-A choice that directly affected me.
And I'm not saying that I don't understand, because I do.
I'm saying that if I have to show up for Sunday dinner at your family's house, things are gonna be more than messy.
They're gonna hurt.
I understand.
Okay? I understand.
Geri, I still feel the same way about you.
And I feel the same way about you.
I can't do this together right now.
I have to know where I stand on my own.
And here we are again.
Always at the end of the world together, right? I got to go.
I'm sorry.
Y'all, my car is that way.
All right, now, Trey! Ask me - Good night.
- Drive safe.
- Drive safe.
- Hey, Dad.
- I'll toss that.
- Yeah? - Mm-hmm.
- Thanks, Stella.
Hey, Stella? Hey, I just, I wanted to give you something.
We don't have to talk or anything.
This was my mom's.
I hadn't even realized I left it.
I found it in the space between the wall and the floor.
Must have gotten lost during the move.
You know, I thought I should give it to you, but I didn't know when or if you'd want to talk to me, so But what you said earlier, it hit me.
It really finally hit me.
I mean, everything you lost.
Just thought you shouldn't lose anything else.
Stel, I'm-I'm sorry.
I know it doesn't mean much, but I am.
You know, when I came to Austin, I was just trying to survive, but then we started hanging out, and I mean, it sounds so stupid now, but that song that Sucker Punch played at The Side Step, about the good days and my worries disappear? That's-that's what it was with you.
Why didn't you just say that you wrote that for me? I mean, that's what the song was for.
I mean, you saw Todd.
He was effortless.
I didn't stand a chance against that guy.
Thank you for this.
- Hey, uh, did you have fun? - Mm-hmm.
You okay? Oh.
"You okay?" Every woman's favorite question.
All right.
I get it.
You don't need me prying into your business, so Listen, I'm I'm-a just head out.
I'm sorry.
Before, I thought, um I thought you and Cap were talking behind my back in front of my face, and it pissed me off.
That's my stuff.
It's not yours.
It's all good.
Anyway, look at this setup.
Just give me a cape and some star charts, and I'm ready to go full Walter Mercado.
I'm sorry, who? Trey, can I give you a tarot reading? Hmm? I have no idea what they mean.
All right, let's do it.
- Oh.
- Uh Well, that one will be your past.
The next one will be your present.
That's a nice one.
What do you think the lady behind the lion means? I think she's the strong one.
- Oh.
- She's taming the king of the jungle.
It's a different kind of strength.
You're very pure for an adult man.
All right, this last one will be your future.
Uh I'm not claiming that one.
That's that's not for me.
No, I-I don't think it is.
Maybe none of them were.
That one, that one's definitely for me.
Damn it, Miles.
You know, you were right about this morning.
James and I were trying to have a hidden conversation.
Walker's old partner, we were eh, we were close.
And seeing you was a reminder that she's really gone.
Also, you're very off-putting at first, so I had to let him know that, too.
I'll drink to that.
You know, I get the feeling that when something's wrong, even if you don't know why, it's hard for you not to press for answers.
Sometimes you just got to know.
To finding answers even when they hurt.
Bring it on.
To different kinds of strength.
- Oh! - Oh.
- What are you doing? - Mm, I'm sorry.
That was good.
- Get out! - Oh, gracious me.
Well we got to talk.

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