Yellowjackets (2021) s01e02 Episode Script

F Sharp

Buzz! Buzz! Buzz! Buzz! Buzz! We're going to motherfucking nationals! [Berzonsky.]
All I know is that what happened was a tragedy.
Those girls were special.
Hustle up.
It's gonna be a long flight.
- They were champions.
- I fucking love you, Jackie.
If we're each other's first, - then we'll be linked forever.
- Jeff's a virgin? Shauna Shipman.
You're the only one who's always been there for me.
Jeff, pull over.
I thought we weren't doing this again.
Tell me you love me.
I love you, Shauna.
The plane crashed.
A bunch of my friends died, and the rest of us starved and scavenged and prayed for 19 months until they finally found us.
I'm Taissa Turner, and as State Senator, I want to lead New Jersey out of the wilderness.
We agreed.
Stay out of the public eye.
Have you talked to Nat? [Taissa.]
She's in rehab, again.
After they rescued us, I I lost my purpose.
I finally know how to get it back.
Buzz! Buzz! Buzz! Buzz! Buzz! Dramatic music [engine whirring louder.]
- [yelling.]
- [clattering.]
[engine whirring.]
[muffled scream.]
The Lord is my shepherd, and even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death [screaming.]
[team whimpering, crying.]
We'll reset after 30 seconds.
- 22 out.
Speed brake! - Speed brake.
- Dump fuel.
- [phone ringing.]
Dumping fuel! [phone ringing.]
Except for you Don't ever let anyone step all over you Just open your heart Hello? [girls giggling.]
Misty! Oh, my gosh.
What do you want, Becky? Sorry.
I'm sure you're, like, so busy.
We just thought you should know that Robbie Delgado He's telling everybody you two did anal in the janitor's closet.
[girls laughing.]
Well, for your information, I've never even been in the janitor's closet.
So where'd you guys do it then? [girls giggling.]
I didn't I didn't do anal with Robbie Delgado.
[Becky laughs.]
But you've done it with somebody else.
Do you, like, love anal? No.
No, I-I've never You know what I think? I think you wish someone would do anal to you, Misty.
Only, you're too ugly to, like, find a victim.
You can think what you want.
Opinion is the wilderness between knowledge and ignorance.
That's Plato.
Oh, my gosh.
You're such a fucking weirdo.
- [click.]
- [dial tone.]
Until then, baby [breathing rapidly.]
[breathing heavily.]
[girls crying.]
[groaning, yelling.]
[girls wailing.]
[electrical crackling.]
[crying continues.]
Come on.
[girl yelling.]
- Come on.
- Come on.
Please, God.
Push it out! Push it out! [yelling.]
Shauna, get the fuck up! [indistinct shouting.]
Push! Push! Come on, come on.
Go, go, go! - [indistinct shouting.]
- [electrical crackling.]
Help! Help, help! Help.
Help me, help me, help me.
- [Shauna.]
It's Van.
- I'm stuck! - We have to help her.
- I can't breathe! - I'm coming, Van! - Help me! Help me! - Help me! [grunting.]
- I'm coming.
- [grunts.]
- Come on.
Oh, God.
It's stuck.
I can't get out! Can't get out.
- Hurry up! - Oh, my God! [Jackie.]
Shauna, we got to go.
- We got to go.
- [coughing.]
- Shauna, we have to go! - Shauna! No! Shauna! [distant screaming.]
eerie, solemn music [distant screaming.]
[distant screaming.]
eerie vocalizing We have to go back inside! [explosion, glass shattering.]
- Have you seen Van? - Sorry.
Has anybody seen? Have you seen Van? Have you? Van? - [coughing.]
- [Taissa.]
Van? [Ben.]
Help! Coach Scott.
Coach Scott! - [coughs.]
- [distant screams.]
Help! I'm coming! - [Ben groans.]
- Coming.
Oh! [groans.]
Coming! Coach.
Coach! [groans.]
Let me see.
[Ben groans.]
- Hey, girls, is it, uh? - [girl.]
Yeah? Can you move it? - Yeah.
- Yeah.
Come on.
Come on.
- Come on.
- Okay.
[all groaning.]
Oh, fucking God! [whimpers.]
Coach? - Coach! - Coach? Coach? Shauna, please.
There's nothing we could do.
- Van! - [gasps.]
Suspenseful music [blood sloshes.]
- [gasping.]
- [clamoring.]
What the fuck? [panting.]
Help me move him! I'm hungry, I'm dirty I'm losing my mind, everything's fine! - [piano playing.]
- [indistinct chatter.]
Bubble baths.
Walks in the rain.
Muscular calves.
Steamed clams.
[chuckles softly.]
But enough about me.
What turns you on, Stan? Oh.
Uh I don't know, just, uh the usual stuff.
Hair? Oh.
I can work with that.
- Another Rioja, hon? - No, that's, uh - That'd be great.
- It's just, I have to be up kind of early tomorrow, so I-It's six o'clock.
And I thought you said that you just got fired.
Well, technically I said there were some intradepartmental redundancies post-merger, so, you know, I wasn't really fired so much as it's, uh What the hell? I suppose one more drink won't kill me.
And did we want to take a look at some menus? Oh, I think just I honestly don't see how we couldn't.
[chuckles softly.]
Like this, got it? As much as you can and fast.
We're gonna need to change the bandages soon.
And then hourly after that.
If he even lives that long.
Don't say that.
Just [chuckles.]
just, uh, keep ripping them up.
Okay? Yeah.
Good, good, good.
Watch it.
Hold still, then.
No, no, no.
It's-it's too loose, here.
You need to stop the bleeding without cutting off the circulation.
How do you know how to do all this? I took the Red Cross babysitter training class.
All right, bleeding's slowing down.
We need to disinfect it somehow.
Um, maybe something from the bar cart? There wasn't one.
I mean, it was just soda.
It's cheaper that way.
Maybe somebody brought contraband.
Well, did you? Obviously.
But I stashed it in my bag, and God knows where that is now.
Guys, how about this? [Jackie.]
Hey, that's m Uh A great idea, Van.
Witch hazel, isopropyl alcohol.
Actually, this could work.
- [screaming.]
- Lie back.
Lie back.
Lie back.
Lie back.
Lie back.
Oh, Jesus! Fuck, my leg! [grunting.]
Oh, fuck! Is it bad? How bad is it? Well, the good news is I You're gonna be fine, Coach.
You got pretty banged up, but Misty's doing a really good job.
Right, Misty? We have to tell him.
And freak him out worse? Are you really that psyched to tell him you chopped his fucking leg off with an axe? [line ringing.]
- [Callie.]
Yeah? - Hey.
It's me.
I know.
Do you not know how cell phones work? - Are you home? - Maybe.
Oh, do you not know how being home works? What do you want, Mom? I just realized I forgot to defrost the chuck.
Literally, what are you even talking about? For dinner tomorrow.
Can you just take it out of the freezer, please? Fine, okay.
What does it look like? Like a little refrigerator on top of the big refrigerator.
It's meat, Callie.
It looks like frozen meat.
Ah, fuck! Callie I have to go.
Who taught you how to drive? - Are you okay? - No, actually, I'm not.
Because you, sir, are a fucking asshole.
You know, usually it takes people at least a few minutes of conversation to figure that out.
You're good.
What is, what is this? Adorable? Are you trying to be adorable with me? Does that usually work for you? You know what, this this is not my fault, okay? Because you can't just stop without warning.
It is it's crazy! Look, I'm honestly not sure what to do here.
Because, A, you rear-ended me, so technically this is your fault.
And B, that's literally what taillights are for.
How do you know your taillights aren't out? Are they? That's not the point.
I [chuckles.]
You are so mad.
And yet so wrong.
Look, you clearly took the worst of it here.
We probably don't need to get our insurance involved.
Oh, God.
Really? You got a pen? - A pen? - Well, I figured if I asked for your phone I might end up in the hospital.
Okay, um [man clears throat.]
Here you go.
That's the number of a body shop.
I know a good guy there.
He owes me a favor.
Just give him a call.
He'll take care of you, okay? [Shauna.]
Oh, okay.
I'm Adam, by the way.
So tell me, kids.
How's the sex? Yeah, I we've just, um we've both been very busy - Yeah.
- Recently.
And Jeff's had a lot of late nights, - um, at work - Yeah, we've been having a lot of problems with the inventory database.
Back at the store.
Well, I've said it before and I'll say it again.
Marriage lives up here, dies down here.
That's quite the catchphrase.
I want to assign you two some real homework this week.
Not only are you gonna have sex, but I want you to share a fantasy with each other something you've never shared before.
- No - Awesome.
I know you've been together a very long time.
But that is all the more reason to try something new.
Just trust me.
You may find you can still surprise each other.
[insects trilling.]
Well, this is me.
Thanks for the ride home.
I, uh I can't believe my car wouldn't start.
Just one of those things, I guess, so weird.
Well, this-this-this was, uh Do you want to come inside? Um You could meet Caligula.
Um [inhales sharply.]
I see.
It's because you think I'm ugly.
What? God, Misty, you're so stupid.
I I think you're - y-you're very - [chuckles.]
If you thought I was pretty, you'd come inside.
So, is it just, uh, the one bird, or [chuckles.]
Stan, you're so funny.
Now, Caligula is a little protective of me, but it's all for show.
He's a total sweetheart, really.
But do shield your eyes if he comes at your face.
What? Hello, Misty.
You crazy fucking bitch.
Okay, yeah.
I'm out of here.
Hey, Nat.
It's been a while.
You haven't changed.
I take it you know why I'm here.
The postcard.
The fucking postcard.
So what does it mean? You tell me.
You think [chuckles softly.]
Hold that thought.
I didn't send it, silly.
See? I got one, too.
It came in the mail about a week ago.
It's from an online app, so the postmark on the envelope is useless.
How do I know you didn't send it to yourself? Well, I could ask you the same thing, so I guess we'll just have to believe each other.
So who's next on your suspect list? I have a lot of theories, but do you want to go first? Oh! Do you want something to drink? I've got tea, I've got coconut La Croix, I have sherry in the cupboard.
I'm gonna need something a little stronger than that.
[rock music playing.]
[indistinct chatter.]
Oh, you got me a drink.
I can't believe I've never been here before.
It's so, um so edgy.
- [chuckles.]
- So what have you got? Oh.
Well, if I've learned anything in the citizen detective community - The what? - Citizen detective.
We're like, um, we're like private investigators, except for no one hired us or asked for our help.
We work together online to solve cold cases.
Disappearances, murders.
It's super fun.
So I've been asking myself, "What does the person who sent these postcards want?" To scare us, to mess with our heads.
Make us think about what happened out there.
It's obviously a threat.
[clears throat.]
Who's Jessica Roberts? She claims to be a reporter, but I think that's a lie.
She's been nosing around.
She claims she has a book deal, but Well, how could she know about? You know.
Maybe somebody talked.
[rock song continues playing.]
low, gentle music You found Travis? Oh yeah.
Talk about someone who didn't want to be found.
Here you go, ladies.
From the gentleman in the back.
Says it's your drink of choice.
It really is you.
Hi! - Hey.
I'm, um - [Misty.]
It's Misty.
Misty Quigley.
From third period Spanish.
Misty, right.
Of course.
It's nice to see you.
Yeah, you, too.
Sorry, is this a, is this a bad time? You in the middle of something? - Mm-hmm.
- [Kevyn.]
Got it.
[inhales sharply.]
Well, uh I don't know how long you're in town for, but just in case, I'll leave this.
If you maybe want to maybe get a drink another 20 years from now, you'll know how to reach me.
All right.
If somebody had told me that's how goth freak Kevyn Tan would grow up Didn't you two used to be friends? Best friends.
So you sure this is him? Travis? Yeah.
I don't know.
It's gonna hurt for a second.
Ready? One, two, three.
Arm through.
You got it.
You got it.
Come on, come on, - come on, you got it.
- Man, Misty is awesome.
Dad? Fuck.
Javi! - Dad? - Go find Travis.
Javi, stop! Shit.
[indistinct chatter.]
Travis, hey.
Your brother's trying to get back on the plane.
I think he's looking for your dad.
The door ripped open when we were going down.
He was trying to help one of you idiots put on an oxygen mask, and, uh he fell out.
Yeah, well, that fucking sucks, but your brother's still here, so maybe you should go help him.
Well, maybe you should mind your own fucking business, hmm? [water running.]
I come bearing gifts.
You're welcome.
Yes! Rumba's! So this is your move? You think you can miss the parent-teacher conference and just buy us off with picadillo? Oh, I know I can buy off Sammy.
With you it's more like cross my fingers, hope for the best.
Well, we already ate at, you know, dinnertime.
Which is why I got the sandwiches for lunch tomorrow.
- And the - Pastelitos! Pastelitos! For dessert.
I am sorry.
Goddamn strategy meetings.
So, how was it? Did I miss anything big? Uh, hey, kiddo.
Why don't you and Manny take one of those pastelitos and go watch some TV? Uh-oh.
That can't be a good sign.
His teacher's concerned.
She says he's having a hard time making friends.
- That's it? - Yeah.
Do we know for sure the other kids don't suck? - Ty.
- I'm kidding.
- Obviously.
- I know.
But, I mean, I was kind of a loner when I was his age.
There's nothing wrong with a little self-reliance.
I should have been there.
But you really think there's something to worry about here? - [TV playing indistinctly.]
- Maybe.
- [man on TV.]
I call it - I don't know.
Maybe putting him in public school was a mistake.
No, no.
Education is the cornerstone of your platform, and you are right.
If everybody who can just bails on the public system What you're doing is important, Ty.
It matters.
What we're doing.
It's just been an adjustment, that's all.
I'm used to you being there.
I'm always here.
Women vocalizing eerily [Jeff sniffles.]
[Shauna clears throat softly.]
I hate these buttons.
Oh, motherfucker.
Need a little help over there? What, am I not surprising you with how sexy this is? You know, I was thinking [clears throat.]
you know, about what the, uh, the therapist said earlier today, with the whole fantasy thing? Yeah? Yeah.
I was you know, I was just thinking maybe it-it could be kind of hot if, uh, you pretended to be a customer at the store.
All right, your fantasy is for me to pretend to buy furniture? [groans.]
- It's dumb.
- No.
No, no, no.
- Hey.
- I don't know.
It's not.
It's not dumb.
It's, um It's great.
- Let's try it.
- Yeah? Yeah.
- All right.
- Okay.
All right.
I You know, I think I should leave my clothes on, 'cause I don't think I would go shopping without them.
- Yeah.
- Yeah.
Oh, I'll, uh, meet you halfway.
- Then we can Yeah.
- Yeah.
Oh, okay.
[Shauna clears throat.]
Uh [Shauna clears throat.]
Pardon me.
[chuckles softly.]
- Okay.
No, that's - Just, I'm gonna do something different.
[Shauna clears throat.]
[with British accent.]
Excuse me, sir.
I just can't do it.
Nah, you're doing great.
Maybe I should start.
- Yes.
- All right.
You Mm-hmm.
[clears throat.]
I, uh, I couldn't help but notice that you were eyeing this credenza over here.
I'm the owner.
I'm Tabitha.
Well, it's a real pleasure to meet you.
Is there anything special that I can help you with today, Tabitha? [British accent.]
Actually, yes.
I'm here to make a return.
Why would you be returning something? [in normal voice.]
Well Well, I don't know.
- Not as, like a - [sighs.]
I don't know.
Just a [Shauna exhales loudly.]
[British accent.]
My-my armoire.
It's too big.
I should have taken measurements.
Are you making fun of me? [in normal voice.]
I'm not m I'm trying to I [sighs.]
I just feel a little stupid.
- Right.
- Jeff.
[chuckles softly.]
Do you not think it's a bit weird? It's, like What is this? Nothing.
Just, I-I got into a fender bender this afternoon, and it was not a big deal.
We exchanged information, - so it's just his - So, wait, wait, wait.
You You got in an accident today? And you're just mentioning that now? How bad was it, Shauna? Like I just said, it was not a big deal.
[Jeff sighs.]
- I'm fine, by the way.
- I can see you're fine.
[inhales and exhales deeply.]
[British accent.]
How about that armoire? It's not working.
No shit.
[door opens.]
Oh, my God.
Where are you going? I'm just gonna jerk off, watch some SportsCenter before bed.
She hates me now.
[birds singing.]
Maybe just give her some time.
For the record, I was trying to save you.
I thought that [indistinct chatter.]
[indistinct chatter.]
Oh, wait.
Oh, where's the other one? They're supposed to be together.
Ah! Oh.
Is this it? [panting.]
[girl groans.]
Let's go.
Jarring, eerie music Dad! Dad! - Javi, Javi, Javi, come here.
- Dad? - Please.
- [crying.]
- It's Dad.
- Javi, Javi, Javi.
Holy macaroni, is-is that? He's got to be dead, right? [whispering.]
What the fuck? [Jackie.]
Don't look.
Don't look.
Okay, who has the best arm? - What? - I do, Jackie.
- What? - Thinking we could try and throw things at him and see if he moves.
You want to throw rocks at Coach who fell out of a fucking plane? I didn't say rocks.
Someone's shoe or whatever.
Oh, yeah, that's a fuck-ton smarter.
You're on fire today, Jackie.
Oh, wait.
That was supposed to be me, huh? - What? - [Shauna.]
Okay, guys, stop it.
We need a plan here.
We could lower him with ropes? Vines, then? I don't know.
Fuck's sake, Laura Lee, we're not gonna - Tarzan him out of a tree.
- Oh - You got a better idea? - [Natalie.]
Than shoes and vines? Sure.
Let's just cut the fucking tree down.
Dad? Dad! - No, don't! - Travis, Travis, Travis! Travis! Hey, what the fuck, Javi? Here.
- Come here.
Come here.
- Come on.
Come down.
- Let him go! - Come back down! This is all I could find, okay? So just grab a corner and if somebody falls on it.
- Travis, grab the - Travis.
- Travis.
- Stop.
- [Jackie.]
Just come down.
- [overlapping chatter.]
Tie those down.
[indistinct, overlapping chatter.]
Dad? [panting.]
Dad? [loud, wheezy panting.]
eerie, dramatic music [grunts.]
[loud wooden creak.]
[Travis panting loudly.]
- [grunts.]
- [wood cracking.]
- Travis, get back! - Get back! [whimpering.]
[gasping, whimpering.]
women vocalizing eerily [Travis coughs.]
- [sighs.]
- [knocking.]
[door opens.]
So, the prince would like you to read to him.
Apparently, you're better at the voices.
Tell me he's opened his shades.
No, still refusing to.
It's like Dracula's crypt in there.
Just as [laughing.]
All right, I'm going.
I'm going.
Let's go.
I'm sick of reading.
Since when? You want to go to the park? No.
- Why not? - No friends.
[distant barking.]
I'm your friend, Sammy.
[clicks tongue.]
Hey, hold that up.
Okay, let's see if you can get this.
- Ah? - A bunny? [chuckles.]
That's right.
Um, how about this? A snail? Oh.
You are good.
Um, oh, oh, you will never get this one.
Eerie vocalizing - [growling.]
- [gasps.]
[breathing heavily.]
Mom? [chuckles.]
Um, yeah.
Yeah, yeah.
Um, you know what? Let's-let's Let's go take a walk around the block.
You can take your scooter.
Why did you do this? Answer me.
Eerie music So she can't see me.
Who? The lady in the tree.
She watches me at night.
Look at me and tell me what you mean.
I just did.
Sammy, Sammy, Sammy.
[phone ringing.]
Yeah? [Adam.]
Um, I'm sorry.
Who is this? [chuckles.]
I guess I didn't make much of an impression.
[drilling over phone.]
I guess you've been thinking about what you did, and you just can't live with yourself? Do you not do "Hello"? Hello, Guy Who Stopped Short.
Oh, hey, there, Rear-Ender.
Okay, I heard it.
I'll get to the point.
You never called the shop about your fender.
How do you know that? 'Cause I'm the guy who works there.
I thought the surprise might be adorable? Oh, if you must know, I-I I just can't afford something like that right now.
You can't afford free? Wait.
Are you serious? Yeah.
If you have dinner with me.
What, no clever comeback? No, thank you.
No, thanks.
Look, Adam My actual name? That's a good start.
I-I just can't.
I'm sorry.
No, um, I'm the sorry one.
I just thought What? Well, you seemed like someone who doesn't play by the rules, Shauna.
What's that supposed to mean? I'm an idiot.
Um, just forget it.
Enjoy the rest of your minivan.
[distant barking.]
eerie, dramatic music Dramatic vocalizing Slow, solemn music Here.
[exhales sharply.]
["Kick It" by Peaches playing.]
How do you do that cool dance? [sighs.]
Baby, don't split those hot pants I got these moves that we can do to and sing I don't look too good in pink [dialing.]
I used to slash myself up [line ringing.]
I like to play it tough [man.]
Hello? Travis? Bottles breaking rough You got to handle that stuff I'm sorry.
I think you have the wrong number.
Yeah Tear it up, rip it up, kick it up Yeah, yeah Tear it up, rip it up, kick it up Yeah, yeah Make your way to Berlin [Jeff.]
I just wanted to be like, "Dude, of course it's cheap construction.
You bought a $300 sofa made by blind kids in Bangladesh.
What-what are you expecting, man? I mean, Altamura leather? Mortise and tenon joints?" I'm sorry if I'm interrupting you two completely not giving a shit.
- So you are listening? - Of course we're listening.
Callie, can you? Anything new in school? Nope.
This chili is really good tonight.
It's really good.
New recipe? Solemn, eerie music Actually, it is.
Callie forgot to take the meat out of the freezer, so I killed a rabbit in the garden.
Skinned it chin to anus [Callie.]
Jesus Christ, Mom.
Okay, you're in a mood.
[Callie laughs.]
You are so freaking weird.
"Glory Box" by Portishead I'm so tired Of playing Playing with this bow and arrow Gonna give my heart away Leave it to the other girls To play For I've been a temptress Too long Just give me a reason To love you Give me a reason To be A woman I just want to be a woman From this time, unchained We're all looking at a different picture Through this new frame of mine A thousand flowers I'm sure the plane has an emergency transmitter sending out a distress signal.
They'll be here to rescue us by morning.
And give us some room, yeah Give me a reason Still maybe we should conserve some food? In case they don't get here till later in the day? To be You want to save the CornNuts? I just want to be a woman Mari, you okay? Looks like you did Allie a big favor by breaking her leg.
Sow A little ten, tenderness No matter if you cry [whirring.]
I'm in the market for a new bed.
What? Something king-sized? Oh, yeah? Damn it, Shauna.
What about Callie? She's at Kyle's.
So, um, you should know, my new bed needs to be really sturdy, so, we should probably test a few options.
[bird calling.]
[insects chirping.]
You okay, Laura Lee? This is all my fault.
I did something really bad.
I kept screwing up in my piano lesson last week.
Brophy kept yelling at me.
F sharp.
F sharp.
" [Laura Lee sniffles.]
I just I couldn't take it anymore.
So I called her a bad word.
[Laura Lee sniffles.]
Just in my head, but God heard me.
[bird hooting.]
Now we're all being punished.
What did you call her? [whispers.]
[muffled laugh.]
[soft laughter.]
[chuckles softly.]
I steal shitty clothes from T.
- What? - I return them, and I get credit that I never use, and I have thousands of dollars in T.
- [laughter.]
- What? Really? [laughter continues.]
I, uh I used to sneak downstairs after everybody had gone to bed and watch the Color of Night so I could pause it on Bruce Willis's wang.
That is definitely why we crashed.
- [laughter.]
- [Jackie.]
I mean, Jeff's not bad, but damn.
- Right? - [laughter.]
[distant laughter.]
That's so funny.
[panting softly.]
Your leg is gone.
I chopped it off.
What? I saved your life.
- No.
- But you're not out of the woods yet.
No, that's not It's imposs [panting.]
- [laughter.]
- What about you, Shipman? Any secrets big enough to crash a goddamn plane? Um [Ben screaming.]
- [screaming.]
- [hissing.]
women vocalizing eerily What the fuck, Misty? I had to stop the bleeding for good.
Well, thank you for shopping with us, Tabitha.
- [chuckles.]
- Mmm.
You're welcome.
I'm gonna take a quick shower.
- Okay.
- [chuckles softly.]
You were just kidding about the rabbit thing, right? - Huh? - Yeah.
- It's chicken.
- Obviously.
[curtain rattles.]
- [faucet squeaks.]
- [water running.]
[phone buzzing.]
solemn, suspenseful music [insects chirping.]
Ooh, ooh Ooh, ooh Ooh, ooh Ooh, ooh Ooh, ooh Ooh, ooh Ooh, ooh Ooh, ooh Ooh, ooh Ooh, ooh [Laura Lee.]
I didn't know Misty was capable of that.
No, no.
I don't know how Misty knows half of that shit, but honestly, thank God.
I just We would be so completely fucked if she wasn't here.
Ooh, ooh [peeing.]
Ooh, ooh Ooh, ooh-ooh Ooh, ooh Ooh, ooh Ooh, ooh Ooh, ooh [car alarm chirps.]
[soft grunt.]
[engine grinds.]
[vehicle approaching.]
[car engine grinds, clacks.]
[car horn toots.]
Everything okay? I was getting coffee, and I and I saw you.
Engine trouble? Eerie, suspenseful music Looks like it.
You going someplace? Well, I'm off today and tomorrow, too.
Just saying.
Where you going? I was actually thinking of taking a little trip up north.
To see Travis? Oh [sighs.]
But your car.
[Misty sighs.]
Well [exhales.]
I had some errands to run, but, um, but you know, I could I could take you up there if you wanted.
It could be like a road trip.
[chuckles softly.]
But I'm driving.
Do you prefer podcasts or showtunes? [engine revs.]
- [upbeat music plays on radio.]
- Why'd you buy two? Oh, I always get two of things.
That way, I'll have some to share.
Like candy bars and sandwiches, New York style pretzels.
Uh, calzones from the stromboli place, those raspberry lemonades from Michael's.
Everybody loves those.
Good pumpernickel from the bagelry.
- [engine revving.]
- [tires squealing.]
Don't ever let anyone step all over you Just open your heart and your mind Mmm Is it really fair to feel This way inside? - Whoa -[grunting, panting.]
Someday somebody's gonna make you want To turn around and say goodbye Until then, baby, are you gonna let 'em Hold you down and make you cry? Don't you know Don't you know things can change? - [groans.]
- Things will go your way If you hold on For one more day Can you hold on for one [groans, gasps.]
pulsing, buzzing music plays Vocalizing joins music
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