Wonderland (2013) s01e02 Episode Script

The Obsession

I've got a big surprise for Tom today.
What sort of surprise? Yeah! Whoo! Will you do me the honour of becoming my husband? No.
Oh! You ruined my day! You ruined my life! I need to stop having relationships with my flatmates.
If you sleep with a flatmate in the next 12 months, you sign the car rego over to me.
This is gold.
Time to sign the napkin treaty.
I just can't believe how much you've changed.
Since I was 12? I hope so.
Who's that man talking to Tom's mum? Uh, that'sthat's Carlos.
Barnes.
Like where you keep animals.
OK, what's your last name, then? Dos Santos.
It means 'sex god from South America'.
But no chick there was as beautiful as you.
I hope you don't mind.
Steve said I can stay in his room.
Stay as long as you like.
Seriously? Of course.
I spy with my little eye To fall is connected to trying Did I, ra ra ra ra, rai rai Did I, ra ra, dai rai So take a fall And we're lost at sea We'll try to find some peace of mind, but We will lose it all, hey, hey, hey, hey! I spy with my little eye, eye, eye.
Hey, morning, Tom.
Miranda.
How much do I love living by the beach? You never want to take this for granted.
Mmm.
You should have come down.
It's beautiful down there.
I gotta go pick up Steve and Dani at the airport.
Give me five minutes.
Oh All Dani's luggage.
I don't think you've gonna fit.
Oh.
The car.
That's a nice camera.
Yeah, Adam got it for me.
It's a generous present.
Yep.
Do you need a shower? No.
You go for it.
All yours.
Miranda? Miranda? Miranda! Why? Why are you doing this? The morning sun set alight The future and all that it holds And I walk with intent Left no room for regret You don't miss something you never had Come on, come inside Oh-oh, oh-oh, oh We all see what's right before our eyes.
There are just so many tough choices.
Do we spend the day at Copacabana or is it Ipanema today? The surf was amazing.
Oh, my God.
I'm like, "Where are all the ugly people?" There is just wall-to-wall Amazonian women in tiny little bikinis.
Didn't notice.
Mmm.
Good answer.
Hey, FAT night tonight, my place.
We'll get to meet her.
Who? We're already taking bets on the nationality.
I don't know what you're talking about.
The new flatmate.
New flatmate? There isn't one.
You know what? I was thinking that I might even try living by myself.
You hate your own company.
Oh, we are gonna look so cool driving around in your car.
Just face it.
You're gonna lose the bet.
There's no point in fighting it.
Hi! How was the honeymoon? Hey! Oh, your Instagrams have been amazing.
I can't wait to hear all about it.
Hello, sister-in-law.
Miranda! I'd help, but I've got to get these boxes upstairs before someone nicks them.
I can give you a hand with those.
Oh, no, it's OK.
What is that about? Props.
She's been doing some freelance work.
As a photographer's assistant.
Why is my sister still in your flat? Well, she's just, you know, still looking for a place of her own.
But as soon as she finds a place, she's out of there.
Breathe, baby, breathe.
Come on.
Welcome home, Mrs Beaumont.
Welcome home, Mr Varvaris.
Oh, my God! Look at all of our stuff! Presents! This is so wrong.
No, I love it.
I love, love, love.
I meant Miranda.
Staying next door.
By the end of today, our new place is going to be perfect.
Hey, I did mention I'm hosting FAT night tonight? Yeah, I know.
I'll get rid of this stuff.
I'm sorry.
It'll be gone.
Oh, shit.
Uh, yeah, I'll pick all this up.
I'm sorry.
I know.
Bouncing balls.
But this photographer has an amazing technique to capture them.
Oh, God.
I'm sorry.
My stuff's getting out of control.
I must be crazy thinking I could do this move.
How is the flat-hunting going? You know it'scheaper to live in New York than it is to live here? Yeah, but what's that place got going for it? I mean, really.
I am looking, I promise.
How many of these things are there? Great.
This isn't working.
Here's my workshop.
Not much to look at, but it's nice and handy.
Are you serious? I'll just sort of move the stuff up the back and you can use that for storage.
There's so much room.
I could actually even squeeze in a studio space.
I don't know how you'd go working in here.
I mean, dust and cameras, it doesn't really mix.
Maybe I could put up a screen.
This place is great.
I canI can totally make it work.
Oh, wow.
This is beautiful.
Yeah, I just love how simple it is.
You know, when you keep it really simple and you just let the natural beauty in the wood do its thing, it's really beautiful.
So, what do you think? Are you kidding? I There's no way I can afford to pay you what it's worth.
Oh, no, no, no, no, no, that's fine.
We'll work something out.
Really? Yeah.
Oh! Thanks.
Oh, you're my saviour.
Mwah.
You really are.
Thank you.
If I knew I was gonna turn my life upside down, I would have planned it'd better.
Yeah.
We can't really plan plans.
Babe, don't take this the wrong way, but is it possible that I love this couch more than anything else in the entire world? I'll like it too as soon as I stop having to drag it around.
OK, you can leave it there.
Actually, no, can you just, like, pshht a centimetre? Stop.
Done? Done.
Hey, what are you doing? Ah! Get up! What? You're all sweaty.
Hey, it's covered in plastic.
I don't care.
I'm not taking any chances.
Up, up, up, up, up! Alright.
Justyou can sit there.
OK, furniture's Oh, registry list.
Oh, please tell me they got me the lamp for the corner.
Got US the lamp for the corner.
Yes, got US the lamp, and then WE will be very happy.
OK.
So, what do you want me to do? Umactually, could you move all that crap to the spare room? That's not crap.
That's my stuff.
When did my stuff become crap? I just meant it's in the way.
Can we put it in the spare room for now? I might borrow Tom's drill and put this up.
What about here? No? Maybe here, then.
Babe, you should go for a surf.
And leave you to do all this? No, no! Grace is gonna come over after her job interview and we can get it done.
Off you go.
Mymy main reason for applying for this job? Uh, basically, I'm just looking for something more exotic than my current position.
I'm willing to take responsibility for all defamation issues that arise.
I've demonstrated my ability to be a leader in the past.
My flexibility to adapt to the demands of the client has always been a strong point.
Sorry, could you repeat the question? They're recommending this B&B up the coast.
Mm-hm.
We should go away for a weekend.
What about that place we went to that time with the thing in the yard? That was good.
There was a big spider in the room.
Oh, yeah.
But the outdoor bath was pretty special.
Look, all I'm saying is we should mix it up a bit.
We've both been working bloody hard.
Maybe that's why things are a bit What? What's that look for? You don't want to? No, I do.
It's just I've been suggesting it for about a year and it never happens.
So it's really your idea.
Which finally sunk in.
And now I feel like I came up with it myself, so now it's a great idea.
Good morning! Hey! Hello.
Hey.
Welcome back.
Thanks, man.
Good to see you.
Good.
Hello, Duffy.
Darling.
Look a bit worn out there, mate.
You guys up for a surf, maybe a coffee? She's detoxing.
Still? Yeah.
Why deprive yourself of something you love? You're playing with fire there, mate.
Is Dani upstairs? Yeah.
She's already booted me out.
I think she's afraid I might have my own ideas.
Well, off you go.
Well, we could do something else.
No, surf.
I free you.
Love you.
Love you.
Oh, my God.
I really hope the receipt is still in the box.
Ooh.
Return.
Oh, this! This is why people should stick to a registry list.
I love this.
Who's it from? Me and Rob.
Thank you.
You spent way too much money, but I'm really glad that you did.
Now, I didn't get my lamp for the corner, so I'm gonna need something to make thatyou know, that spot pop.
What's wrong? You're fake-smiling.
Nothing.
I've just been going out of my mind a bit with you away.
Rob and I are going through a bit of weird phase, that's all.
Oh, look at the cups! I'm sorry, I You're gonna be OK, though, right? Let's not do this now.
Let's just enjoy all this.
You know what you and Rob need to do? You need to have a wedding.
We're already married.
Yeah, but, I mean, like, you know, do the whole hog where you invite family and friends and not just have a Vegas wedding.
You robbed us of a party.
Now that I am hooked on weddings, if I can't keep having them, then I'm gonna make everyone else have one.
Oh.
Oh, it's broken.
Oh, that's sad.
Thank you.
Um Do you have a back exexit? Yeah.
Just through here? Mm-hm.
It's Dani.
Hi.
Yep.
Yeah, no, I'm just I'm five minutes away.
Yeah, no worries.
I've got them.
OK, bye.
How old are you? Those were for a party.
You know when you told me how ugly my glasses were? No.
Yeah.
When I first got them, when I was 10, you were like, "There's the pudding with four eyes.
" No, I didn't.
Yeah, and you said, "They make you look ugly," and I said, "They make me look smart.
" I don't even remember that conversation.
Do you think me giving up pharmacy for photography is stupid? No.
I'm gonna fail, aren't I? Well, I hope not, because I've just cleared a studio space for you.
You know, Adam and I, we had everything mapped out, and nowhere I am.
What happened with you guys? No, sorry, that's none of my business.
No, it's alright.
It's just a big, big chunk of my life.
What? I'm sorry.
What? I can't take you seriously with those on.
You know what I've always thought? That if you do what you love every day, you never have to work a day in your life.
Yeah, well.
Adam thinks it's irrational and immature to give up a career for a pipedream.
Mmm.
Do you know how many people have told me that making a chair every six weeks is a really dumb way to earn a living? Well, Adam freaked out.
So you ran away.
No, I think what I was doing was just pushing him into breaking up with me.
Really? Well, you succeeded.
Yeah, and now you're stuck with me.
Delete.
Delete.
Ooh! That one's alright! Of you.
Mmm, that's the only criteria.
Delete.
Oh, he is such a flirt! This is not getting the apartment done.
Wasn't it just the best wedding, though? Didn't you love it? Well, except for that fiasco.
Thank you, Tom.
Yeahitwas memorable.
Oh, my God! My missing friend! It's a lamp.
Yeah, but it'sit's it's the one from my registry list.
It's the one that I I needed for the corner.
I worked the whole room around that piece.
It's $1,400! Who did you think was gonna buy that for you?! Well, a group present.
Guilty parents.
Big family.
Loving friends.
He is a flirt and I slept with him.
Carlos? After your wedding.
You have no idea what I did.
Well, you didn't tell me.
I didn't You were on your honeymoon.
That That is no excuse! Text! Um, that is not information that you keep to yourself! I didn't actually plan on telling you.
Oh, he's hot! Are you still seeing him? Are you insane? We had outdoor sex.
I never wanna see him again.
No, if I'd been caught, I would be disbarred.
Dani, it's not funny.
Tell no-one.
Yes, it is.
No.
Not even Steve.
No, it's way too good.
Honestly, please.
OK, but I want details.
Hey.
Miranda, Tom.
Hey.
Harry.
Are you throwing all this out? Oh, nah.
Nah.
Just clearing some space in the in the workshop, mate.
Hey, if you've got room, I've got plenty of stuff I could keep there.
Harry, the only thing stopping you is your debilitating lack of entitlement.
So So can I bring down a few boxes? It's Miranda's space, mate.
She's set up her workshop while she's looking for a place to live.
I thought she was moving in with you.
Definitely not.
Really? Oh, Harry, you're awesome! Ha! Sorry about the mess.
It doesn'tnormally look like this.
This is amazing.
Where did you find it? Side of the road.
Op-shops.
Garage sales.
Ohh.
Hard rubbish.
You knowthat's my thing.
Spare room's this way, through here.
Ohh.
You don't want this to yourself? This is your room.
Ohh! No, no, no.
It's not.
I just keep a few of my clothes here.
Anyway, what do you think .
.
roomie? Harry? Uhyeah.
I mean, he's giving me a great deal on rent.
The room is fine and he seems harmless, if a little enthusiastic.
Yeah, I don't know about him.
He'she's Who are we talking about? Your sister's moving in with Harry.
Harry? Yeah.
Sorry if you wanted to get rid of me, 'cause it's not gonna happen.
So, living in the same building, just not in my flat.
I think it's awesome.
Yeah.
Thought you probably would.
Yeah, and Tom's given me some studio space in his workshop, so everything's working out.
Yeah, that's nice of you, Tom.
You would trust your sister with Harry over me? Yep.
Do you blame him? What? Of course I'm staying down.
Mum is gonna need me here for at least six weeks.
Well, maybe it'll do us good to have some time to ourselves.
I've gotta go, Warwick.
Tom's at the door.
Can we talk? There's a problem.
Mm-hm? I'm like Pavlov's dog when it comes to my flatmates.
When I see a woman in my kitchen, Mum, I'm gone.
Yes.
And then we all have to mop up after you.
How is Shay these days? She's still calling.
Ohh! And crying whenever I mention your name.
See? I'm an arsehole.
I'm a Pavlovian arsehole.
Have you had sex with Miranda? Mu Mum! Well, that's who we're talking about, isn't it? They were right.
What's wrong with me? Why do I keep doing this? Oh, darling, you .
.
you're a man.
With feelings.
It's a It's a tough gig.
But not for Miranda.
I've never had feelings for Miranda my whole life.
Nothing.
And then I see her in my kitchen and I see her in a whole new light.
Shhhhhshe's showering, Mum! She showers! Yes, she's very clean.
It doesn't hurt that she's turned from a plump 12-year-old into a stunner.
I know.
What am I gonna do? Maybe it's not as big a problem as you think.
What do you mean? Darling, as irresistible as you are, Miranda's just broken up after a long relationship She'sshe's bruised, she's probably angry with herself and him.
What makes you think she's gonna wanna jump straight into bed with you? She's not interested.
Good chat.
Yeah.
Hey, Miranda! Oh, my God! What's that?! Look at this here.
Wow.
You know my two favourite words in the English language? What? 'Bidding war'.
Mmm.
If you don't count 'rendezvous' and 'visceral'.
Oh.
Say 'visceral'.
Visceral.
Visceral.
Visceral.
Yeah.
Um Hey, I actually need something to keep my contact sheets in.
It's all yours.
I can't take it off you for free.
I can't take your money.
Mmm, pizza and a bottle of wine, then? Yeah? Cool.
Over here.
So, this is Tom's workshop.
Yeah.
Where did you find this? Have not seen one of these in ages.
Yeah.
And if you think it's going on eBay, think again.
I like a girl who's passionate about her slide nights.
It's how I project images onto canvas.
Amazing.
Yeah.
This won't pay the bills, so I have to work as a photographer's assistant until it does, but this is my, uh Raison d'etre.
I know French.
Oh! Go on, laugh.
At least I've moved on from the arty shots of my brother's earlobe.
It's possible.
Maybe you've improved.
Harry.
I can't believe you've done all this since we got home.
I am amazing.
No, no, no.
Is Grace still here? No, she's gone to her hotel to get changed for FAT night.
Great.
Uh, babe, um .
.
I was actually thinking that maybe we should invite Carlos to FAT night.
You know, to make up for all of this.
We invited him to the wedding.
That's enough.
Yeah, II still feel bad.
You know, he really liked living here.
Oh, so now I'm an evil slum landlord who evicted the poor South American student? Oh, please? Tom won't mind.
Fine.
I'll text Carlos.
You have me wrapped around your little pinky, seriously.
Jeez, you've been married to me for two minutes and I'm already driving you nuts, am I? You know what I'd be without you? Rich? No.
I'd be a lonely, suit-wearing, frozen-meal-eating loser.
But still smart enough to marry you.
Mmm.
Oh, no! You don't get to see the bedroom until tonight.
Well, in that case, let's christen the couch.
Would you just wait, OK? It'll be worth it, I promise.
Um, babe, I've been thinking that we need something for just, like, over there.
Like this? So, did you see Dani? Yeah.
They seem pretty loved up.
What? Nothing.
Things haven't been right with us for a while, Rob.
Are you pretending not to have noticed? Hey.
Come here.
You know what I was thinking? It's been weeks since we I know, umI'm sorry.
Well, it's not your fault, babe.
It's both of us.
I've been trying to build up the business, you've been taking on extra classes.
It's been full-on.
But maybe it's just what we need to .
.
get things back to normal.
OhhI'm working.
Why don't we pretend that WE just got back from our honeymoon? Hmm? Rob, I can't.
Hey .
.
stop thinking.
We didn't decide on a night for pizza.
Oh, the next couple of weeks are gonna be pretty crazy, so So, Tuesday, maybe? Uh Wednesday's good too.
I'm widely available forever, really.
Do you think it's possible for someone to develop an unhealthy infatuation in a very short space of time? Like a couple of weeks? Couple of hours.
Harry wants more than a flatmate.
You haven't even moved in and .
.
he's hitting on you already.
Yep.
Hey, I thought the whole point of FAT night was to actually cook.
Yeah, well, I'm not gonna let Steve beat me again.
No way.
Well, that's cheating.
I don't know how I'm gonna live with myself.
What am I gonna do about Harry? Well, I would ask you to .
.
stay here, but I've already promised the room to someone.
A guy.
Ah.
And he's definitely taking it? Yeah, well, he's thinking about it.
'Cause .
.
you know, we'd be fine living here.
And I know all the rules to cricket andI'd even leave the toilet seat up if it makes you feel more comfortable.
Come on! You're like a brother! It'd be great! Yep.
Well, I'll look into it and I'll get back to you.
Cool.
I don't wanna be moving in with someone that's gonna be cracking onto me all the time, you know? Mmm.
It'll just be Awkward.
Yeah, awkward.
C-Carlos.
H-hey.
She remembers my name.
Do you remember mine? You look beautiful tonight, Grace.
Where wild animals leave bones.
My friendsfriends are having a dinner party, so II Sorry, I've gotta go.
I've been invited too.
Oh, hi, you two.
Hi! G'day! Oh, Carlos! Umboa noite! Nice to see you.
You look happy.
G'day, mate.
Hello! Hello.
Pleasure.
Thank you.
Hi! Hi.
I am gonna get an emergency phone call and have to leave.
OK? Yeah.
Come on, peeps.
Phones in.
In! In, in, in.
Oh, shame.
I do not have a shopping addiction.
I .
.
may have crushings on certain things.
"Crushing" is just a way of making a shopping addiction sound cute.
No, no, no, no.
An addiction takes over your life.
A crush is different.
What do you call a crush, then? That's when you can't stop thinking about someone.
I love it when I have a crush.
Yeah, me too.
Everything in moderation, or you end up doing things you regret.
Thanks, Grandpa Beaumont.
Might and Power.
Would you stop talking about me? He was a racehorse.
Oh, that doesn't count.
I was so in love.
I believe you had a picture of him on your wall.
Yeah, I was 10.
A racehorse doesn't count as a crush.
Says the guy with a fetish for a car.
No.
No, no, no.
That is not a fetish.
That is a deep, abiding respect and acknowledgement for design perfection.
It's a fetish! That's why you bar up every time you rub it with a chamois.
Hey, what about you, Grace? Any secret crushes? You know, past, present, future? Yeah, this'll be some High Court wig-wearing judge she bows to in Canberra.
You're a lawyer in Canberra? Um, yeah, no, I'mI'm .
.
no, I'm looking for something a bit closer at the moment.
I hope you find it soon.
Well, I think we all know what Grace's real secret crush is.
Ooh! Her phone.
No, that's an addiction.
Unlike coffee, Colette? But you wouldn't ruin your life with an espresso, would you, baby? Hey, Tom, where's the lasagne? We're starving.
Oh, yeah, I wanted to dish it out, but then I realised that Kristin's taken the spatula.
In other words, let's make sure the new flatmate comes with utensils.
Yeah, 'cause that's always on the top of Tom's list.
Mum will have one.
I'll be back.
I thought Miranda was moving in with Harry.
I need a map.
Oh, no, it didn't work out.
Harry was trying to hit on her, Mum.
Ah, the irony.
Well, you were right.
She's not into me at all.
So, that's that.
It's problem definitely solved.
Well, you'd better buy yourself a leash.
What for? Your Pavlovian dogs.
Oh, yeah, I can do that.
Yeah, yeah.
Oh, I know you can.
Definitely.
I mean, I can do it, it's just a matter of making it work.
I can do it.
Miranda is my new flatmate.
The spare room is free.
I thought I had someone else, but I don't have them anymore.
They're not moving in.
Um, and Miranda said it would really help her if she could live here, so .
.
I said she could.
You can.
What's with the chewing bees face? Unbelievable.
Kristin! Even for you.
Am I interrupting? I used to be part of FAT night too, remember? 'Food Appreciation Time'.
But I guess when you stop being appreciated, you get replaced.
Am I right? Kristin, I'm just moving in.
There's nothing going on.
I've heard that before.
Colette, Dani, sound familiar? It's Tom.
There's no way anything's ever gonna happen between us.
Yeah, you say that now, and the next thing you know, you'll be nuts about him and you'll find yourself standing in front of 100 people singing Olivia Newton-John.
Hey Your key.
MY salad bowl.
Take a good look, Miranda.
This is how it ends.
Oh, dear! Best FAT night ever! So, how long were you guys together? Six months.
Then what happened - there was an embarrassing incident? You asked him to marry you? Trust me, that was never going to happen.
Love you, Tommy.
Yep.
You snooze, you lose.
Oh, nice work.
I got lucky.
I didn't know you dated him, though.
That's a shock.
Oh, a couple of dinners and a Ryan Gosling film.
It didn't mean anything.
Hey, guys? I'm standing right here.
Why didn't someone warn me about you? Hey, Tom, you got any napkins up there, mate? I need a beer.
Are you out of your mind? My sister.
Yeah, that's right.
Your sister.
That's why you'll never be getting your hands on my car.
If I do Hang on.
Even if there wasn't a bet, Miranda is off limits.
I know.
Of course.
I know that.
Alright.
Well, if anything happens, I'll set fire to the car first, then push it over a cliff and make you watch, just so we're clear.
Mmm.
What's for dessert - cheese? Yeah.
We might skip it, if that's cool, and get an ice-cream instead.
Do it.
Hey, that meal was great.
Thanks.
Just like shop-bought.
Wouldn't you say, Steve? Yeah, I would, yeah.
No! No, no, no.
Hey, hey.
You're busted.
You're cooking again.
I'm not.
I'm not cooking.
Mate, if you wanna stay in the competition, that's the rules, andI don't wanna see you breaking any rules.
Isn't that right, Rob? I believe so, Steve.
Yep.
So, Ryan Gosling.
Could be worse.
I have to say that, otherwise Steve gets upset.
Going? Wanna go? Yeah.
Me too.
I'll walk you to a cab.
Bye.
Bye.
See you.
See you later.
Bye-bye.
Goodnight.
Thanks, man.
See you, man.
Bye.
See you.
Yeah, I'm not really into the whole Canberra-bashing thing.
I mean, I enjoyed my time there.
I We just don't have anything like this and .
.
I miss my friends.
And tonight just reminds me how much.
Am I one of those friends? I don't even know you.
Is that why you hid from me today at the Tratt? Did you see that? That'sthat's really bad.
You're embarrassed about what happened between us.
No Lookit was fun.
I justI don't want there to be any confusion, because it's not going to happen again.
I meanI pulled a muscle.
OK.
But if you get the job, I don't want you to run in the opposite direction every time you see me.
Believe it or not, I actually do manage to behave like a sane and rational human being most of the t Ready.
What do you think? Nnnnice.
Oh, these are, like, what, 100 bucks each? Give or take.
Which means MORE.
And you see these sheets? They are 1,000-thread Egyptian cotton.
Also sounds expensive.
But I approve.
Ooh, no.
I saved the best till last.
Come on.
What do you think? Ohthat depends.
It's free.
Miranda told me that Harry had it and I convinced him to give it to us as a wedding present.
So, you see, I CAN find a bargain.
And when I do spend money, it's not like it's not worth it.
The Tratt's still open.
We could get tiramisu.
I'm still so full.
Let's just go home.
Let's go to bed.
Babe, if it's that bad you can't even sit down at a cafe, I'm ringing rehab.
It's OK.
If you want dessert, we'llwe'll get dessert.
Come on.
Well, I'm calling it.
I reckon two weeks tops, Steve's gonna have himself a new car.
Miranda doesn't know what she's getting herself into.
This is crazy.
I mean, it's Tom, and we all know him I'm not coming home Summer love We like you I hope you feel it too I hope you feel it too Summer love We like you I hope you feel it too I hope you feel it too and remember to On the house.
I'm feeling really weird.
I thI think I have to go.
Hey, babe.
Hey, Col! Breathe in, breathe out What's the matter, baby? Tell me what's happening.
I just can't breathe.
Why not? What's causing it? My legs are tingling like something really bad's gonna happen.
Like what? Can you explain it to me? I don't know.
I don't know.
Whatyou're talking, so you can breathe.
You can breathe, right? Come on, baby.
Let's get you on the bed.
No.
Please, just stay with me.
Please.
In case something happens.
Like what?! What is gonna happen?! I feel like I can't breathe.
I feel like I'm gonna die.
Right, that's it.
I'mI'm taking you to hospital.
Right.
There's still a tough conversation to be had.
Harry? Oh, yeah.
I'm, um .
.
still working myself up to that one.
Yeah.
Breaking hearts all over town.
Clearly, that's something we have in common.
Ouch.
'Night.
'Night.
CCarlos! Who is she? Sorry.
Umbye.
Grace.
Grace, don't go.
So, what brought it on, do you reckon? I dunno.
It didn't feel like a panic attack.
It felt like my heart was exploding out of my chest.
Wellit can't have been the coffee.
You didn't even sip it.
No.
No, it wasn't the coffee.
Oh, no.
What if it happens again? Well, hopefully, it won't.
It was really scary.
Well, just as long as you're OK.
That's all that matters.
I woke up and wished that I was dead With an aching in my head I lay motionless in bed I thought of you Col? Hey, look, I know you're upset, but .
.
don't shut yourself away.
I'm coming in.
And everything that I said I'd do Like make the world brand-new And take the time for you It just got lost Let's go to that B&B.
What? Now? Yeah.
Let's just jump in the truck and drive until we don't feel like driving anymore.
That was your idea.
Let's just do it, Rob.
Let'slet's get out of here.
Alright.
I woke up and wished that I was dead With an aching in my head 'Night, Tom.
Miranda.
The night is here And the day is gone And the world spins madly on And the world Spins madly on Oh, shit.
Hey, yeah.
Hey, yeah.