Wonderland (2013) s01e14 Episode Script

Relationship Status

I love you.
Ah, your dress! I deeply, deeply like Carlos.
Yeah, and on anyone else's planet, that would mean love, so just put the poor boy out of his misery and say it back.
She's still cheating on me, man.
I saw her with him this morning.
I can get past it once, but twice I can't do that.
Tom, what happened? Where's Rob? He's not coming.
You need to give him a call, you need to Come here.
God, Rob! Why didn't you just talk to me? Why is my sister still in your flat? Sorry if you wanted to get rid of me, 'cause it's not gonna happen.
If they get together and he breaks her heart, which he will, I don't want to have to break up with my best mate.
I'm not doing that.
Because he's YOUR one true love.
We made a bet.
If Tom sleeps with you, he loses the car.
I thought you'd grown up, Tom, but I was so wrong.
Is that too loud? No, it's fine.
Are you sure because if it's too loud, I can turn it down.
Honestly, I didn't even notice.
It's fine, honestly.
Are you just being polite? Because you said "honestly" twice and "fine" twice? I said "fine" twice because it's honestly fine.
I'll turn it down.
I'm heading to the supermarket.
Did you want anything? Honestly? Hi.
Come on, come on.
I'm going to miss the start of the game.
You do realise that a beach volleyball game is the equivalent of a tanning session? How's the water? It's freezing.
It's perfect.
You didn't even go in! Shh.
Bye.
Look, I know that you are .
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probably sick of hearing it, but if there's any way that I can apologise to you any more than I have, then you should just tell me and I'll do it.
And then when you forgive me, we can see where we're at.
I already know where I'm at.
Where are you at? I've moved on.
Blender's free, go nuts with your banana.
Why can't you just admit that you're still angry? I'm not angry, I don't have any feelings about it .
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at all.
Ooh, oh, no! Just just give me a second.
Ooh! Ooh! Bum, bum, bum.
Hey, Mum, what are you doing? I'm just, um No, no, no, no, no - I just polished the car.
Sorry, darling.
He always washes the salt off at this time of the year.
It needs to be done.
Why don't you call your father and ask him to bring down the water pressure thingy? No, I'm not gonna do that.
You live here too.
I'm not calling him.
You ring, give him what he wants.
He's the one that called the 'no contact' rule.
Oh, come on.
We both know you're gonna be the one that cracks first.
Why are you on his side? I'm not on his side.
I've got my own stand-off at home, thank you very much! This is not where I say, "I told you so.
" Yeah, well, I've apologised a million times.
I'm done.
This is broken, that's what's wrong with it.
You can't let this drive you and Miranda apart permanently.
Yeah, well, ditto you and Dad.
Speak to her.
Call him! - Got ya.
- One new message.
Hi, Warwick, it's Ken.
We need to set up a meeting.
I'm getting solid interest from that new distributor so, uh But I don't really want to go to F.
A.
T.
Night if you're not going to be there.
It's gonna be much more fun than having dinner with my parents, trust me.
No, trust me, I would love to have dinner with you guys.
Sure, sure.
I'm serious, I want to meet your dad.
He needs to know that I'm Serious? Yeah.
Funny.
Yes, serious.
My dad is a pushover.
It's my mum who's tough.
Ah, so you keep telling me.
'Tough's probably not the right word actually.
It's more 'hypercritical', with emphasis on the 'hyper' and probably on the 'critical', as well.
She can't be that bad.
I'm sugar-coating it.
I'm just not ready to subject you to her just yet.
But I'll charm her.
No, you'll flatter her and there is a difference.
She doesn't trust flatter-er-ers.
I don't know! Ah, thank you.
Don't panic.
I will let them in if they're early.
Thanks, man.
Bye.
Hello, hi, come in.
Ooh, what a lovely .
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little flat.
Look at this position.
You could cast a fishing line out that window.
Tried that once.
Um, Katherine, Mitchell, this is Harry.
Not the Prince, in case you were wondering.
We weren't.
Um so I was thinking that we would go to the art gallery and then maybe grab some lunch, probably do a bit of shopping, and then come back here for dinner.
Here? Be nice.
I'll cook.
Well, at least we get to meet Carlos, at last.
Uh, no, that that's actually not part of the plan.
You've been seeing him for ages.
When are we going to clap eyes on him? Um, well, no.
He really wanted to meet you too.
He just, um he's busy.
Doing what? Dinner with friends.
Well, if it can't be helped.
What, upstairs? Pardon? His dinner.
It's upstairs, so maybe he can pop in.
Thank you for the clarification, Harry.
Let's not keep the art waiting.
I flew home early because I thought we should talk.
And then I checked my phone at the airport and you've changed your relationship status? If you wanted to hurt me, why do it publicly again? That's not why I did it.
I went to Mum and Dad's expecting that you'd .
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I dunno, call - show some sign that you care.
But the first thing I get is a relationship status update telling me that we're separated! Look, I wasn't really thinking when I did that.
Obviously not! But, really, what else is there to say? I don't know.
Um, maybe, "I'm sorry.
" Maybe, "Standing you up was unforgivable.
" Maybe, "How do we get past this?" What's with the packing boxes? I put them there for you.
I don't know if you want me to help you with the packing or what, but You were the one that wanted to renew our vows.
I know, but You were the one that said that you'd forgiven me.
II'm sorry, I thought I had! But when you were away, I What? I dunno.
Yes, you do.
Just say it.
It was easier, alright? It was easier without you here.
And I I realised that .
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if your stuff wasn't here, then that'd be easier too.
So, this is how it ends, is it? Is it, seriously? I thought you could get a serviced apartment while we work out what's next, and I'll pay for it Oh, a serviced apartment! Well, clearly, you've thought that part through.
There's no easy way to do this, OK? It just has to happen.
Hey.
I thought you and Miranda were going for coffee after yoga.
She wasn't there, she went to an early class again.
We should have told her about the bet the second she moved in.
Well, whatever.
She knows now.
Have you even stopped to consider how she feels? And what about Tom? Do you really think he's OK with what you did? Of course he is.
We're good.
This conversation isn't over, buddy.
Feels over to me.
Steve Hey, mate, what's going on? Uh, Colette's down in the flat .
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packing.
She's back? When did that happen? Wait, did you say packing? Yeah.
So, I gotta get out for a while.
I was gonna go for a surf.
Actually, Rob, can you wait outside for a sec? Uh OK.
Can you believe that?! No! That was incredibly rude! Not me, him! Do you really think that he's kicked her out? Well, you could have asked him if you hadn't pushed him out the door.
Go have a surf with him, find out what's going on.
I was gonna go to the fish market, the the prawns II will go and get them after I've seen Colette! If he's kicked her out, I'm gonna kill him.
I heard that.
Alright, better make it a quick one.
Colette? Jesus! He said it was easier when I wasn't here.
What - you two can't talk it through? That's what I wanted.
But he had boxes and tape .
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and no interest in talking about it or taking any responsibility.
You know what? Whatever.
If he wants me gone, fine, I'll go.
Just wait, come on.
You need to stop doing that.
How can he do this, Dani? Have you seen this? It's it's cruel.
Ah.
Yeah.
I don't think Rob did it to intentionally hurt her, though.
Well, how can it not hurt her? I mean, I haven't even changed my relationship status from "In a relationship" to "Single".
Good for you.
Because it's a sensitive thing.
It's a deliberate, official, public thing.
Mm.
Well, I agree with you, it's a thing.
But you broke up publicly, so you not changing your status is What? Oh, Miranda.
Dani, hey.
Tom, um, are you guys busy? I've already been to yoga and had breakfast.
No, it's not me, it's .
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Rob and Colette.
She's back and and breaking things.
Is this what you were hoping for when you updated your status? No.
No? Well, I don't know.
I guess I just wanted to put a bomb under her.
Yeah, well kaboom.
It made sense when I did it.
OK, so, you acted on impulse there.
No judgement.
But, I mean packing boxes.
That required a bit more thought.
If we're gonna do this, Steve, it has to be done for real.
That's harsh.
Well One of us has to leave and I was living here when we met, so that's Way harsh.
This is you not judging, is it? I can have an opinion.
Yeah, but just 'cause you're married now doesn't mean you're the expert on every relationship drama.
Oh, get over yourself! You've got less credibility on relationships than anyone in a radius of about 30 kilometres.
Yeah, OK - Tom the heartbreaker, Tom the commitment-phobe.
Can we change the subject, please? Sure.
We're meant to be here for Rob? Yes, we are meant to be here for Rob! Where is Rob? We've gotta fix this.
Yeah, I'm fine with that.
Yeah, so am I.
Good.
Well, don't stuff it up, then.
Hey, you got away from us there.
In case you girls were wondering, you're not helping me feel better.
Look, I'm just throwing it out there, but .
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maybe you're making a monumental mistake.
There you go.
Thank you, I have been dying for your coffee.
Well, enjoy it, Maggie.
It'll be one of my last.
Everything OK? Yeah, all good.
I just got a new job in the city, that's all.
Tomorrow's my last day.
Oh, well, good luck.
Thanks.
Hey, you see they're finally fixing that footpath on Temple Avenue.
Oh, about time.
Uh, would you, um would you care to join me? Unless you've got to be somewhere else.
No.
I can sit down with you for a while.
Oh, great, good.
I'm Maggie.
Oh, hi.
Myles.
Yeah, good to meet you.
Nice to meet you.
Properly, at last.
I know, I've seen you here before.
Yeah, yeah.
Hey? You're not chucking all this stuff out, are you? What's the point in keeping a bunch of uni assignments for a course you never used and a career you never had.
Hey.
I'm fine.
I'm hearing you say you're fine, but I'm seeing you binning your life.
It's a clog.
Just a stupid souvenir.
It sat on my bookshelf for about six months.
You cared about this clog.
Come here.
Hey, come here.
It's alright.
Come here, come here.
You know, if you need a place to stay, you can crash at mine.
Thanks.
But I think that that would kind of be a step backwards.
Well, you wouldn't be coming back to me, it's just to my place, until you get things sorted out, that's all I meant.
I know.
I feel like I need to change my whole life, not just my apartment number.
You don't think you're making it a little too easy for him? What can I do? He wants me out.
Yeah, well, you stuffed up, but he has too, now.
You know, the whole not showing up to the vows thing.
You're even.
I feel that way too.
Well, so, fight for it.
What are you doing? Right.
Thanks.
I've stopped packing.
Colette Why should I make this easy for you? We're married.
This is supposed to be hard.
You want to drag this out? You want to make it harder than it needs to be? Of course I don't! This all seems crazy, given what I thought I was coming home to.
Then again, I .
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was still hoping to save our marriage.
That's impossible.
Why? Because too much has happened.
You know what you're saying, don't you? If I keep packing, it's going to end in lawyers and divorce papers.
Is that what you want? I didn't do anything wrong.
You said you believed me! I do.
Well, then, why?! Because Why do you think?! I hate everything about the way I've been.
I don't want to be jealous.
I don't want to be paranoid, having all these conversations in my head that aren't even there.
I can't be this gutless person anymore.
I don't want to be who your cheating turned me into.
Don't you love me anymore? Yeah, I do.
But Then, it's not over.
I'm going to F.
A.
T.
Night tonight and I think you should come.
Well, the short story is that we need you to come to F.
A.
T.
Night tonight.
I've got Steve all over me like a rash.
Rob and Colette, they're doing it pretty tough at the moment and we need your wisdom.
My wisdom? Mm.
Is that a polite way of calling me old? I don't think there is a polite way of calling someone old, Mum.
Oh, that makes me feel a lot better.
But will you come? I'd like to, but I can't.
Hmm? I've got a new friend.
We're having a bite to eat.
Oh, you've got a new friend! OK, good! Anyway, I'm not so wise, as you so kindly pointed out this morning.
No, no, you were right, the non-apologising.
Non-polite thing is not really panning out either, it just ended in some lame argument.
Then stop justifying your actions.
Don't excuse your behaviour.
Just agree with everything she says.
OK.
I'll try that.
"Yes, Miranda.
" Sure.
Yeah.
Yeah.
Nodding.
Nodding.
OK, thank you.
Good luck.
I mean, I know Rob's a guy, but does he have to act like a? Guy? I mean, what is wrong with him? Yeah, you're right, he's deluded.
What? I know he thinks he's being all adult and up-front, but actually, he's really just avoiding the situation at hand.
Absolutely.
I mean, men are so predictable.
They are? I They are! They They go into their little caves when they should be out, being open, honest.
Screw men.
Alright, you can stop that.
Stop what? Making fun of me.
What? I'm definitely not doing that.
You're being smug, stop it.
I'm not being anything.
I was genuinely agreeing Oh, forget it! Forget it.
Miranda, really, I Seriously, I should have known better than to expect a mature conversation from you.
Thanks, Mum.
No, you you have to come.
You both do.
It won't be the same without you, mate.
Yeah, and if you're both here, than we can sit down and talk about it calmly and fix it.
It's a good point, Robbo.
The point of a separation is to separate, so But you're not there yet, though, are you? I only came up to tell you I can't make it.
Want me to stand outside while you discuss it or? I'm I'm sorry about that.
See ya.
Right.
OK.
This is so wrong.
Yeah, it is.
Rob has no right to force us to choose between them.
Hang on.
He was only saying he's not coming.
That's the start of an ultimatum.
Alright, A, Rob was not asking us to choose between them and, B, he was living here first, so we have to take that into account.
And, C, that's total crap.
Why do you need to be on his side just because he's a guy? I'm not! But if I am, which I'm not, then you're doing the exact same thing with Colette because she's a woman.
That's it, I'm calling it, dinner's cancelled.
I'll go out with Rob and Tom and you can go out with the girls.
Fine.
No, it's not fine.
I really love my parents, but after listening to my mother critique every single piece of art in the gallery, I'm really, really glad they're staying at a hotel.
Yeah.
Dani said that you found out about the bet.
Yeah, but I don't care anymore.
We should have told you.
Wasn't it you who wrote out the napkin? It was just a silly thing, you know, you weren't even in the picture.
No, I'm not blaming you.
It's it's not your fault.
It's Tom's, actually.
Hang on, hold that thought.
Carlos, hey.
Hoy, amor.
I saw your missed call.
Everything OK with Papa y Mama? They're happy.
Yeah, no, I got a text from Dani.
Apparently F.
A.
T.
Night isn't on.
Oh, that's good.
Is it? That means I can come to dinner with you.
Uh, that is if you want me there.
Dani didn't definitely say that it wasn't happening.
I would like to come to dinner with your family.
I don't care if your mother criticises me.
Yeah.
You say that now.
I'm a big boy, Grace.
Alright, big boy, but remember, you've been warned.
OK.
"Big boy"! Carlos is coming to dinner with my parents and my Mum's gonna tear him apart.
Yeah, well, maybe she'll surprise you and really like him.
Honestly, I think it's gonna be a bloodbath.
Mitchell, Katherine.
Carlos.
G'day, Carlos.
Pleasure to meet you, sir.
Oh, none of that.
Mitchell's fine.
So beautiful.
Grace, your mother, she is gorgeous.
Now I know where you got your good looks.
You're pretty too, Mitchell.
He's adorable.
Basically, it's just glorified accounting but, you know, it pays enough to keep me in movie tickets, so I'm not complaining.
So, you're a big movie buff? Yeah, yeah.
Movies, documentaries.
I just saw a great one on Tennessee Williams.
Did you know that they nearly cast Grace Kelly as Maggie in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof"? They did.
I'm impressed.
So, do you go to the movies much? Not as much as I would like to.
Warwick needs to be persuaded to venture out of the front door.
Though, recently, I have been catching movies as soon as they come out.
So, I guess things have changed.
Well, change can't be all bad.
So, where is your place? In the country.
Oh.
Oh, I just thought you must be a local.
I mean, I see you here almost every day.
I don't know why I said that.
I I do live here.
I guess I still see the country as being home.
It's complicated.
Ah, good film.
Meryl Streep was excellent.
Sorry, lame joke, but don't worry, I .
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I understand complicated.
I don't think I could handle all the heat and the noise.
No, but the noise is the best part.
And, Mitchell, you would enjoy the costumes or .
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the lack of costumes.
Careful, my wife might hear you.
But if she's there with you, she'll be wearing a costume as well, no? Or not wearing a costume.
OK, alright, so we officially have to stop talking about nakedness and sweaty Carnaval and my mother and We're all trying to eat here.
She's so straitlaced.
Did I tell you that we've got a new senior lawyer at work? That should be interesting.
Why didn't you go for the job? You're always underselling yourself.
You said that working for the magazine was underselling myself.
This is delicious, Grace.
Very tasty.
One of Carlos's home recipes, I take it? No, no, but I am trying to get Grace to try a little bit of spice, just a little bit of chilli.
To make it edible? Oi! Watch it! No, no, I I love her food.
I love your food! He likes your cooking.
I think this one's a keeper.
He's lying, he is a flatterer.
So, Katherine, you're a lecturer? I am.
What are your thoughts on national identity in this country? Because I have my own thoughts, but I want to know if I'm right.
How long have you got? Nothing like hangin' with mates.
Yep.
Just blokes and pizza.
It's all good.
Mm-hm.
Speaking of Colette, how are things with Colette? I wouldn't know, mate.
Do you reckon she's handling it OK? I don't know.
You'd have to ask her.
Well, he's askin' you.
And I don't want to talk about it.
None of us want to talk about it, but we're all talking about it.
In fact, we're fighting about it.
Can you back me up here? Well Miranda's got the shits.
Your bomb blew us all up, mate.
What do you expect me to say? Well, I don't want to sound unsupportive, but .
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I'd have to say, honestly, it would've been a lot easier if you'd just done the decent thing and just died.
Agreed.
You mean it would've been easier for you blokes.
Yeah, of course.
Well, at the very least, you should have left Facebook alone.
Am I right, Thomas? Um, I believe you are, Steven.
Oh, look Look, things are gonna change.
But, you know, we're all big boys.
I'm sure we can handle it, can't we? Yeah, course we can.
Oh, thanks, I'll pay.
Oh, no, I've got it.
It's the least I can do for ruining F.
A.
T.
Night.
Hey.
It's not your fault the boys are sticking together.
I just wanted everything to be normal.
I wanted all of us to be together at F.
A.
T.
Night.
I know I was forcing the issue, but I really didn't expect Rob to bail.
Steve was the one who cancelled, and he's been taught better.
I know, I taught him.
Yeah, Tom's just as bad.
No, not Tom.
I had the reverse conversation with Tom.
Reverse how? He offered me a room if I needed it.
Tom offered you a room at our place? Yeah.
He's a good guy.
You know, you give up on him, and then he comes through with the goods.
Yeah, or he does the exact opposite, and disappoints you beyond belief.
Well, at least he's trying to be supportive of Colette.
You know, you've gotta give him that.
Want some? You said she could stay.
At your place.
Yeah.
You can't just throw her out on the street.
We're all big boys, isn't that what you said? She needs a place to live, she needs support.
Yeah, agreed, but do you think that support should come from you? Why not? Because you have a history.
Oh, you think I'm gonna try and rekindle that? Well, 'rekindle's your word, Tom, but, yes.
Oh, I don't believe this.
Well, it's not like you're the poster boy for trustworthy, is it, Tom? Thank you, Steve.
What's that supposed to mean? Are you kidding me? Are you? Oh, is that how you live with yourself, is it? You just conveniently forget about the garbage you've pulled.
Oh, you know what? As much as I'd love to hang out with you schoolkids and discuss my broken marriage, I think I need some air.
Me too.
Hey, wait up.
Wait up, I'm coming.
Oh, I can handle this, OK? You're just makin' it worse.
What's up your arse? Ha! You really want to know? Oh, mildly interested, yeah.
You said you were gonna stay away from Miranda.
She was, and this is a direct quote, "off-limits.
" But you still tried to go there, didn't you? Yeah, well whatever I said, directly or indirectly, doesn't really matter, does it? You had no right to get in the way.
It's got nothing to do with you.
And for your information, I don't even care about the bet.
Oh, when are you gonna realise it is not about the bet? It's about you, Tom.
Oh, really? Because it kind of feels like it all about you, Steve.
You need to grow up and move on.
It is never gonna happen with my sister, OK? Never.
What are you what are you talking about, dude? Or else we're done as friends.
Oh, dude, that's I'm not joking, dude.
You need to move the fuck on! That was surprisingly good.
It was lovely.
A lovely evening all round.
No, it's not over yet, what about dancing? Oh, I think I spoke too soon.
I'm too full to do the tango.
Katherine? No, I think we'll head back to the hotel for a good night's sleep.
But you two should go.
Should we? And the men are going to do the dishes.
Good.
So, what's going on, Mum? Is this, um, reverse psychology or what? I like him, there's no agenda.
Hmm.
I suppose there's a first time for everything, but I doubt it.
You are so suspicious.
Carlos is charming.
And handsome and smart.
And if tonight's any indication, he treats you well.
I think he's lovely.
I agree.
Which is why it's so hard to accept, coming from you.
You're paranoid.
Thank you.
Thank you.
So, uh, coffee, cake? Uh cake would be a mistake, one that I would pay for tomorrow at yoga.
Understood, only too well.
So, what about a, um a nightcap at your place? You could, um, give me the tour.
Um, I'm I think I might have given you the wrong impression.
II am I just wanted to have some nice conversation, to be friends.
You sure that's all? What's to stop us? Well, for starters, your wife.
You are married.
And so are you.
Sorry, Myles.
It's it's not happening.
Well, in that case, I guess we should probably just split the bill, don't you? Of course.
You're upset.
I'm fine.
Can't two people of the opposite sex be friends? Is is it really that complicated? I have enough friends.
Beer's good.
Thanks, Lachy.
You look sad.
I am sad.
Sad and hot.
Do you want a drink? Yep.
Lachy, can I get another one, please, mate? Beer's good.
Rob is just so angry! He's not thinking straight.
He's being reactive.
Yeah.
But then if if he couldn't care less, that would be way worse.
I mean, that would mean that it's really over.
Oh, no more.
It's because he loves you that he's so jealous.
Men are so confusing.
Yeah.
Or they're just really simple and we're reading too much into them.
Yeah.
Or maybe they think they can treat us however they like and just expect to get away with it.
OK, I know that you're still angry about the bet.
No.
No, shh, you listen.
Steve did interfere with you guys.
Yeah, I know.
No, no, what you don't know is that Tom came around here to break off the bet.
You think Tom was gonna tell me? No, I KNOW he was.
Well, he did say that, but I didn't believe that he would We've we've been friends with Tom for a really long time, and he's different with you.
I think he really, really likes you.
Well, if he did, he had forever to act on it.
He HAS been acting on it! Yeah, he hasn't been with anyone else.
That's not like Tom.
Yeah, you guys were almost a couple before Adam arrived.
Yeah, I kind of felt that too.
Yeah, he's he's been faithful to you in his own special Tom way.
He's a good guy.
Yeah.
He is.
He actually is.
I've got to go and go to bed and just deal with this tomorrow.
Well, drink lots of water.
I will.
Thanks.
Bye.
You're welcome, bye.
Tom? Tom? Tom? I decided to stop packing until he can convince me that this isn't just his way of avoiding reality.
You didn't have it out last night? Nope.
He slept on the couch, wouldn't talk.
That doesn't help.
Oh.
Oh, my God, you can't be serious.
What's he doing here? Hey.
What do you want? Well, I heard about you and Rob and I just wanted to tell you I'm I'm leaving the Trap.
That doesn't change anything.
I thought maybe we could get some sort of closure on Alright, mate.
What is your problem? He's going.
Take the hint and leave her alone.
Oh, you're gonna make me, are you, buddy? Oh, and what about you, meathead? You gonna punch me in the face again? You should go.
My God, it's really over.
Shit.
Warwick, it's me.
If you're there, I need you to pick up.
Alright, I'll get this over with.
You win, I cracked first.
You know, it really annoys me that I can't imagine life without you in it.
There you go Hello, darling.
So nice to hear your voice.
Carlos, oi.
Wake up, wake up.
You gotta go.
You gotta go.
What? Why? It's so early.
Yeah, I know, you've got to be gone by the time my parents get here.
Come on, you're not a teenager.
Yeah, well, I am with them.
Why are you so uptight? Even your mother says you're a prune.
Prude.
No, no, she called me a prude, and for the record, I'm not.
Prune, prude, whatever.
Come on, I want to spend the morning with you.
No, we will spend the afternoon together, just go, go, go.
Go.
Go, go.
Ay.
Morning.
Hi, I'm I'm Maddy.
Hi, Maddy, I'm Miranda.
Sorry for the intrusion last night.
Morning.
Are we good? Oh, yeah.
Yeah, we are now.
We'd better get going.
I've got to say, it was a shame that Carlos couldn't join us for breakfast.
Well, what was the problem? Did he have to leave early this morning? Um, you should probably get going.
You just you might want to get ahead of that traffic.
Oh, really, Grace! We know he would have spent the night.
We are adults, you know? Look, if you like him, don't hide it.
Not for our sake.
Thanks.
Thanks, Mum.
II'm not actually really sure where our relationship's headed at the moment, so Come on, Mitch.
See ya.
I'll be right with you.
I have to say, I'm glad to hear you say that about Carlos.
I mean, don't get me wrong, he's a very nice bloke.
But, uh well, there's no future in it, is there? I mean, at this stage of your life, you need to be with someone who's worthy of where you're headed.
Not a time-waster.
Hmm? Love you.
We're out of muesli? Great.
But we do have bananas.
You made me a smoothie? Has it got poison in it? Last night Actually, don't worry about that now.
No, what did you want to say? Nothing.
Well, you must have wanted to say something.
I just .
.
felt bad that things weren't right with us.
But it's better this way.
This way? I'm glad that you've decided to move on.
Yeah.
Because it's better for us to just be friends, right? Yeah, yeah.
I don't want to mess with that.
Mm.
So, now that Adam's out of the picture, um .
.
does that mean you're not gonna move out anymore? No, unless you want me to.
No.
Honestly.
Thanks for the smoothie.
You're welcome.
So, did I charm your mother? Amazingly, yes.
She's given you a five out of five.
See, it seems flattery works for me after all.
And I think your dad liked me too.
Anyway, who cares what my parents think? I like you.
Yes, but a parent's blessing is always a good thing.