VOTE | 136 fans

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Noah, what are

you doing?

 

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I was just looking

for George's garage keys.

 

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I was gonna go over there

to work on the bike.

 

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Oh, my God.

 

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How much do you think

this is, mom?

 

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It's none of our business.

Just put it back.

 

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George: Lily, I'm back!

 

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Noah, help me.

 

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Damn raccoons got into

the garbage again.

 

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4 7-minute miles.

 

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Well, almost.

 

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Averaged out to that, so I

rounded up a little bit.

 

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Either way, I am gonna

need one of your rubdowns.

 

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Oh.

 

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Hiya, Noah.

Sorry, man.

 

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I didn't know

you'd be in here.

 

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He was just lookin'

for your garage keys.

 

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Can't keep away

from the bike, huh?

 

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They're in the car.

 

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A quick rinse, and I'll

run you over there, huh?

 

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Damn raccoons.

 

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What are you gonna do?

 

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[Chuckles]

 

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[Footsteps]

 

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Emily: Uh, hey.

Are you ready?

 

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I seriously doubt it.

 

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Bloody hell.

 

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And your name is, again?

 

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Come on, dad.

 

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So all that for one night out on

the town with your mum in Chicago?

 

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Yes, at a very important

political fundraiser.

 

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No, that's what I said.

 

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So, seriously,

what do you think?

 

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It kinda looks...

 

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Like how your mum dresses.

You know what I mean?

 

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So you like it, then.

 

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Yeah. No, she always

had impeccable taste.

 

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Take me, for starters.

Ok.

 

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I got a present for her.

Hold on.

 

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Now, I wrapped this myself.

 

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Bollocks, you did.

 

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Oi! You save that kind of language

for the fundraiser, all right?

 

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Here.

 

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Whoa.

 

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What's--what is it?

 

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[Shakes package]

 

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That's fragile,

is what it is.

 

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And that's a surprise.

She's gonna love that.

 

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So you don't like

my outfit. Be honest.

 

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I told you I liked it.

 

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So what time's your flight?

 

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We should probably

get where we're goin'.

 

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You know,

I'm part you, dad,

 

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but I'm also

part mom.

 

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Right. The rough

with the smooth.

 

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Tell me about it.

 

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You look beautiful, Em.

 

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Really...

 

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Top-notch.

 

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Come on.

 

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[Telephone rings]

 

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[Ring]

 

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[Ring]

 

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Excuse me, miss.

 

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Is this Stifflewitz,

Cookstein, and Johnsonberg?

 

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[Whispering]

Come on, love.

 

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Uh, the law offices are

on the next floor up.

 

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This is the top floor,

darlin'.

 

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I mean

the floor below.

 

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You sure about that?

 

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Positive.

 

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Ah.

 

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Oi.

 

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The bald geezer,

that's Gandhi.

 

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Is this, like,

a photo studio or something?

 

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Uh, these are examples

of facial expressions.

 

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Fascinating,

 

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if you're into that sort

of thing, you know.

 

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That's what

they do here.

 

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What?

 

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Read faces.

 

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What for?

 

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Ask my mom.

 

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How 'bout

this one, then?

 

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He looks happy.

 

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That's Dick Cheney.

 

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I think he's angry,

not happy.

 

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You look a bit

like this one,

 

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minus the hookers.

 

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You're not really looking

for law offices, are you?

 

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You work here.

 

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If you're so good

at reading faces,

 

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what'd your mum

come to us for, then?

 

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Who are you?

 

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A-are you reading me?

 

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<font color=#00FF00>* Lie to Me 3x10 * </font>

<font color=#00FFFF>Rebound</font>

<font color=#FF7F00>Brand New Day</font> by Ryan Star

 

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* dream,

send me a sign *

 

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* turn back the clock *

 

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* give me some time *

 

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* I need to break out *

 

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* and make a new name *

 

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* let's open our eyes *

 

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* to the brand-new day *

 

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== sync, corrected by <font color=#00ff00>elderman</font> ==

== for <font color=#00ffff>www.addic7ed.com</font> ==

Original Air Date January 10, 2011

 

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You love him,

but you don't trust him.

 

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Is that a fair assessment?

 

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I wish I had never found the money

or the notebook.

 

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You didn't.

Noah did.

 

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Lily Marber,

this is Cal Lightman.

 

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Hi.

 

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Oi, eh?

 

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I just had a little chat

with your son.

 

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He's a nice boy.

 

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He's smart.

 

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He'd rather pretend

this never happened.

 

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Well, Noah's become

very attached to George.

 

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You really believe he was looking

for George's garage keys, do you?

 

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Absolutely. He and George are

restoring an old motorcycle.

 

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Right.

 

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He's tryin' to protect his mum

from makin' a fool of herself.

 

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He said that?

I'm sayin' it.

 

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[Sighs]

 

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George Walker

is a good man.

 

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With a briefcase

full of cash.

 

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And a notebook full

of code in shorthand.

 

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He's a lobbyist.

 

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There could

be any number

 

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of explanations

for that.

 

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I'm gonna need

to put that back

 

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before he finds out

that it's missing.

 

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Not before we make

a copy, you don't.

 

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Does that mean you're gonna

look into George for me?

 

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No. It means I'm gonna look

into George for your son.

 

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[Overlapping conversations]

 

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Hey.

 

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Give me a hot dog

with extra everything

 

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and, uh, some napkins.

 

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[Tires skid]

 

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[Horns honk]

 

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Ah, you--oh, I'm--

what the--

 

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I am so sorry.

 

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Why don't you look

where you're goin', man?

 

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Oh, clumsy sod.

No, me, not you.

 

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- Let me just get that. I'll get that for you.

- No, look, I--

 

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please, please, I got it.

No, I got it!

 

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I got it.

Thank you. Ok?

 

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You made it worse.

Unbelievable.

 

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At least let me cough up

for the dry-cleaning.

 

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It was an acc--no,

 

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don't worry about it.

Don't worry about it.

 

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No, I insist.

Rude not to, really.

 

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[Sighs]

 

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Yeah, fine.

 

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Uh...

 

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Here. Thank you.

Thank you.

 

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Oh, so you're

a--a divorce attorney.

 

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That's a bit of luck.

 

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Look, I don't mean

to be rude,

 

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but I'm late for a meeting,

so if you'll excuse me...

 

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I understand.

So shall I, uh,

 

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call your secretary, arrange

everything through her?

 

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Him! My assistant!

Thank you!

 

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No, thank you.

 

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Torres: I don't know.

 

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There's just

something about him

 

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that doesn't look like your

typical inside-the-beltway type.

 

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That a scientific read?

 

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It's a gut read.

 

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Typical lobbyist.

 

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Silver tongue,

 

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charm on tap,

 

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expense account.

 

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Republican lobbyist.

 

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Not your type, then?

 

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I'm not saying

my arm couldn't be twisted.

 

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Twisted by who?

Whom.

 

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Does that count

as deflecting?

 

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George Walker is whom

could twist her arm.

 

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Who. George Walker

is who--

 

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never mind.

I wasn't being serious.

 

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No, just lustful.

 

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Can I help you with

something, Loker?

 

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Yes. You asked me

to dig up dirt on George,

 

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and I think

I struck gold.

 

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This reptile just

slipped George Walker

 

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an envelope

in the park.

 

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Well, what was in it?

 

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My best guess

would be more money.

 

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You know.

Well, do your worst.

 

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I'll be

in my office.

 

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No, there's someone

waiting in your office.

 

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Oh, yeah?

Yeah.

 

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Well, this

should be good.

 

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Oh, no, no, she-- it is good,

but she's a little upset,

 

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and I thought she

could use some privacy.

 

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Well, what's the matter

with Torres' office?

 

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I brought her here

to see you.

 

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Oh, really?

 

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[Sighs]

 

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Thank you for coming.

 

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I got here

as soon as I could.

 

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The traffic lights

are out on Vermont.

 

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Wow.

 

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Oh.

 

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George just proposed.

 

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Which explains the cash

he was carrying.

 

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You think that's

just wishful thinking?

 

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Like you, Lily,

I really hope it's not.

 

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What's this all about?

 

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It's about Noah.

 

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I need you

to remember that.

 

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Come in.

 

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The future

Mrs. George Walker,

 

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meet the current

Mrs. George Walker.

 

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I was hoping for

a catfight over George,

 

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but you already know

about her, don't you?

 

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George told me

that he was waiting

 

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for his divorce papers

to come through.

 

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It's no secret to me.

 

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They say you have

a son caught

 

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in the middle

of all this.

 

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Paula, do you and

George have children?

 

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George has

zero interest in kids.

 

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Not interested

in having them,

 

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or not interested in

children in general?

 

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Both, as far as I know.

 

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Well--heh.

 

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He's got a kid now,

 

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a fully assembled one.

 

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And George

doesn't wear suits.

 

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He's a jeans and tool

belt man, a contractor.

 

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We must be talking about

2 different men here.

 

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I wish that were the truth.

 

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George and Paula have only

been married for 6 months.

 

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I just find it

hard to believe

 

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that someone can change

that quickly

 

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and this much.

 

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[Scoffs]

 

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Please.

 

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Maybe he's changed.

 

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Maybe he'll change again

 

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in another 6 months.

 

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Dirty plugs?

 

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George isn't here.

 

245

00:13:31,414 --> 00:13:32,981

I'll have a go.

 

246

00:13:34,150 --> 00:13:37,252

We'll see if we can't get

this old hair-dryer

 

247

00:13:37,320 --> 00:13:39,388

up and running.

 

248

00:13:43,493 --> 00:13:46,878

So you don't trust George

 

249

00:13:46,963 --> 00:13:49,564

any more than

your mum does, do you?

 

250

00:13:49,632 --> 00:13:50,565

She loves him.

 

251

00:13:50,633 --> 00:13:52,567

Oh, she wants to, I think,

 

252

00:13:52,635 --> 00:13:54,886

and for her sake,

so do you.

 

253

00:13:54,971 --> 00:13:56,571

Nothin' wrong with that.

 

254

00:13:56,639 --> 00:13:59,558

But I'm here

 

255

00:13:59,642 --> 00:14:02,044

because she's decided

you come first.

 

256

00:14:02,979 --> 00:14:04,479

Hang on.

 

257

00:14:06,349 --> 00:14:07,749

Try that, then.

 

258

00:14:20,580 --> 00:14:22,531

Well, it was

worth a shot.

 

259

00:14:23,916 --> 00:14:28,103

Now, we both know you weren't

looking for George's keys,

 

260

00:14:28,171 --> 00:14:31,640

all right, so what else did you find

while you were playing Detective?

 

261

00:14:48,524 --> 00:14:50,776

Ding-dong.

 

262

00:14:53,262 --> 00:14:55,697

I found those

in his sock drawer.

 

263

00:14:55,765 --> 00:14:56,932

You know what?

Sod George.

 

264

00:14:56,999 --> 00:14:59,301

You know what I'd do

if I were you?

 

265

00:14:59,368 --> 00:15:01,169

I'd nick his bike.

 

266

00:15:02,338 --> 00:15:04,806

Subtitle--steal.

 

267

00:15:05,658 --> 00:15:08,577

Look, Noah,

 

268

00:15:08,644 --> 00:15:12,814

so what does this

expression say to you, eh?

 

269

00:15:13,916 --> 00:15:16,051

Noah, it's this simple.

 

270

00:15:16,118 --> 00:15:18,787

He's using the bike

to play your mum

 

271

00:15:18,855 --> 00:15:20,322

because he knows

you love it.

 

272

00:15:20,389 --> 00:15:22,924

Now, I'd say sorry,

but...

 

273

00:15:24,260 --> 00:15:26,528

I think you already

know that, huh?

 

274

00:15:30,133 --> 00:15:33,235

George still keeps

pictures of you.

 

275

00:15:35,972 --> 00:15:37,572

How did you find me?

 

276

00:15:37,640 --> 00:15:39,407

Our police contact

tracked you down

 

277

00:15:39,475 --> 00:15:42,010

through the license plate

in this photo.

 

278

00:15:42,879 --> 00:15:44,312

I was told

that George

 

279

00:15:44,380 --> 00:15:46,348

was in some kind

of trouble.

 

280

00:15:48,284 --> 00:15:50,018

How long were

you guys married?

 

281

00:15:50,086 --> 00:15:51,920

You know

the answer to that.

 

282

00:15:51,988 --> 00:15:54,356

6 months. You were

married only 6 months,

 

283

00:15:54,423 --> 00:15:55,991

and that's the part

that makes your blood boil.

 

284

00:15:56,058 --> 00:15:57,793

Do we have to talk

about this?

 

285

00:15:57,860 --> 00:15:58,927

Because

this is private.

 

286

00:15:58,994 --> 00:16:00,762

But you still love him.

 

287

00:16:02,832 --> 00:16:04,933

More like love-hate,

right, Ingrid?

 

288

00:16:05,001 --> 00:16:06,268

When I met George,

 

289

00:16:06,335 --> 00:16:09,104

I was going through

an ugly divorce...

 

290

00:16:10,673 --> 00:16:12,607

And he made me

feel wanted.

 

291

00:16:12,675 --> 00:16:14,609

What about money?

 

292

00:16:14,677 --> 00:16:16,912

He didn't marry--

 

293

00:16:19,282 --> 00:16:21,399

there was no mention

of money ever.

 

294

00:16:21,484 --> 00:16:23,852

You see how you're

breathing, Ingrid?

 

295

00:16:23,920 --> 00:16:26,388

Short breaths,

your heart is racing--

 

296

00:16:26,455 --> 00:16:29,074

that's the hate part.

 

297

00:16:31,861 --> 00:16:34,129

After he left me,

I found out

 

298

00:16:34,197 --> 00:16:37,232

that he was married

before me.

 

299

00:16:37,300 --> 00:16:39,835

You were his second wife?

 

300

00:16:41,370 --> 00:16:42,637

Third?

 

301

00:16:42,705 --> 00:16:44,372

Fourth?

 

302

00:16:45,241 --> 00:16:47,976

Fifth.

 

303

00:16:48,044 --> 00:16:50,812

I guess I must look

pretty dumb, huh?

 

304

00:16:50,880 --> 00:16:55,066

No. Really.

 

305

00:16:55,885 --> 00:16:57,319

You don't

have to lie,

 

306

00:16:57,386 --> 00:16:58,820

ok? I know.

 

307

00:16:59,755 --> 00:17:02,824

All right, so...

 

308

00:17:02,892 --> 00:17:04,759

5 wives in 2 1/2 years,

 

309

00:17:04,827 --> 00:17:07,429

and every one of 'em

on the rebound.

 

310

00:17:07,496 --> 00:17:10,398

I couldn't even get near you

when you were on the rebound.

 

311

00:17:10,466 --> 00:17:12,100

Maybe you didn't

try hard enough.

 

312

00:17:12,168 --> 00:17:13,702

Are you saying

I had a chance?

 

313

00:17:13,769 --> 00:17:14,769

You finished?

 

314

00:17:14,837 --> 00:17:17,372

Can we get back

to the case now?

 

315

00:17:17,423 --> 00:17:18,840

All right.

 

316

00:17:18,908 --> 00:17:20,475

[Beep]

 

317

00:17:21,477 --> 00:17:22,711

Forkner Shorthand.

 

318

00:17:22,762 --> 00:17:25,914

Uh, excuse her French.

She's deaf.

 

319

00:17:25,982 --> 00:17:29,885

Could you say that again,

but just a touch slower?

 

320

00:17:29,936 --> 00:17:32,187

My friend here is

a little hard of understanding.

 

321

00:17:32,255 --> 00:17:34,089

Go.

 

322

00:17:34,156 --> 00:17:37,759

The writing in the notebook

is Forkner Shorthand.

 

323

00:17:37,827 --> 00:17:38,960

My sister told me.

 

324

00:17:39,028 --> 00:17:40,896

She uses it

all the time.

 

325

00:17:41,764 --> 00:17:42,931

Excellent.

 

326

00:17:42,999 --> 00:17:44,399

Great.

 

327

00:17:44,467 --> 00:17:46,401

What's for dessert?

 

328

00:17:47,603 --> 00:17:49,671

You have no idea

what she just said.

 

329

00:17:49,739 --> 00:17:51,306

Yeah, well, don't let her

know that, all right?

 

330

00:17:51,374 --> 00:17:53,041

Because it'll

break my heart.

 

331

00:17:53,108 --> 00:17:54,209

Thank you, Sarah.

 

332

00:17:54,276 --> 00:17:59,748

So you think George is

scamming these women?

 

333

00:17:59,815 --> 00:18:01,316

Look whose names came up.

 

334

00:18:01,384 --> 00:18:03,885

Police chief,

Judge Ramsey--

 

335

00:18:03,953 --> 00:18:06,755

Lily and Paula's

ex-husbands.

 

336

00:18:06,822 --> 00:18:08,657

And Thomas Dobson,

 

337

00:18:08,724 --> 00:18:10,258

the reptile

from the park.

 

338

00:18:10,326 --> 00:18:13,161

A list of men's names

and dollar amounts.

 

339

00:18:13,229 --> 00:18:15,797

Not so good

for the ex-wives.

 

340

00:18:15,865 --> 00:18:19,334

Maybe it's time

I hire Mr. Dobson.

 

341

00:18:21,137 --> 00:18:23,204

[Piano playing]

 

342

00:18:26,375 --> 00:18:29,477

Judge Ramsey couldn't

recommend you highly enough.

 

343

00:18:30,346 --> 00:18:31,313

[Chuckles]

 

344

00:18:31,380 --> 00:18:32,981

Sometimes I wish

attorney-client privilege

 

345

00:18:33,049 --> 00:18:34,449

was a 2-way street.

 

346

00:18:34,517 --> 00:18:35,450

Ah, yeah.

 

347

00:18:35,501 --> 00:18:37,919

All right. Well,

I'll be on my way, then.

 

348

00:18:37,987 --> 00:18:39,254

Mr. Foster.

 

349

00:18:42,258 --> 00:18:44,092

When the judge

came to see me,

 

350

00:18:44,160 --> 00:18:46,962

he wasn't

already divorced.

 

351

00:18:52,068 --> 00:18:55,720

Well, my ex-wife

is bleeding me dry,

 

352

00:18:55,805 --> 00:18:57,339

all right?

 

353

00:18:57,406 --> 00:18:59,774

She got a condo

in Key Biscayne,

 

354

00:18:59,842 --> 00:19:02,210

chauffer,

 

355

00:19:02,278 --> 00:19:04,179

flowers from Europe

daily.

 

356

00:19:04,246 --> 00:19:06,214

And you want

the bleeding stopped

 

357

00:19:06,282 --> 00:19:08,350

and stopped now.

Am I right?

 

358

00:19:08,417 --> 00:19:10,585

The problem is this.

 

359

00:19:10,653 --> 00:19:13,521

If you have

a preexisting arrangement,

 

360

00:19:13,589 --> 00:19:17,258

signed and sealed,

my hands are tied.

 

361

00:19:18,244 --> 00:19:20,528

Well, I had been

led to believe

 

362

00:19:20,596 --> 00:19:24,265

that you might have alternative

solutions to my problem.

 

363

00:19:27,536 --> 00:19:31,039

Look, everything

you need is in here.

 

364

00:19:31,107 --> 00:19:35,410

And also I took the liberty of

assuming that cash is king.

 

365

00:19:35,478 --> 00:19:37,612

And, uh...

 

366

00:19:37,680 --> 00:19:40,215

Don't think I've forgotten

about the dry cleaning.

 

367

00:19:40,282 --> 00:19:41,916

Cheers, Tom.

 

368

00:19:41,984 --> 00:19:43,151

[Slaps back]

 

369

00:19:52,461 --> 00:19:53,962

You have

a smooth stroke,

 

370

00:19:54,030 --> 00:19:56,698

if you don't

mind me saying.

 

371

00:19:58,250 --> 00:19:59,868

You want

a real game?

 

372

00:19:59,919 --> 00:20:01,436

Loser buys drinks?

 

373

00:20:01,504 --> 00:20:04,272

How 'bout dinner?

 

374

00:20:05,474 --> 00:20:06,624

Ok.

 

375

00:20:09,078 --> 00:20:10,378

George.

 

376

00:20:10,429 --> 00:20:11,846

Gillian.

 

377

00:20:28,829 --> 00:20:31,548

Unforced errors

kill you every time.

 

378

00:20:31,615 --> 00:20:32,982

Oh, so it's not

my playing, then?

 

379

00:20:33,034 --> 00:20:35,452

Well, it's never

a winning strategy

 

380

00:20:35,503 --> 00:20:37,037

to compliment

your opponent.

 

381

00:20:37,121 --> 00:20:40,357

Oh, is that what I am,

your opponent?

 

382

00:20:40,424 --> 00:20:41,725

Well, what else

would you be?

 

383

00:20:41,792 --> 00:20:44,027

I'm a couple

of break points away

 

384

00:20:44,095 --> 00:20:45,628

from being

your dinner date.

 

385

00:20:45,696 --> 00:20:47,097

Heh heh heh.

 

386

00:20:53,204 --> 00:20:56,873

And there I was thinking you

might be the sore-loser type.

 

387

00:20:56,941 --> 00:20:59,142

Try this. Let me know

what you think.

 

388

00:20:59,210 --> 00:21:01,061

And I'm much better--

 

389

00:21:01,145 --> 00:21:02,912

at serving wine

than tennis balls?

 

390

00:21:02,980 --> 00:21:05,348

Actually, I was gonna say

I'm much better

 

391

00:21:05,416 --> 00:21:07,450

when I'm with

someone like you.

 

392

00:21:08,753 --> 00:21:10,520

Like me, huh?

 

393

00:21:10,588 --> 00:21:12,322

What am I like?

 

394

00:21:12,390 --> 00:21:13,723

The opposite of my ex.

 

395

00:21:13,791 --> 00:21:15,959

She would have found fault

with the wine,

 

396

00:21:16,027 --> 00:21:17,560

no matter

which one I picked.

 

397

00:21:17,628 --> 00:21:19,662

Please, don't I know it.

 

398

00:21:19,730 --> 00:21:21,698

I was married to exactly

the same type.

 

399

00:21:21,766 --> 00:21:25,602

Cal always had to be the

smartest person in the room.

 

400

00:21:26,637 --> 00:21:29,072

Every conversation

was a duel. I mean,

 

401

00:21:29,140 --> 00:21:30,206

talk about exhausting.

 

402

00:21:30,274 --> 00:21:33,877

With Megan, everything

was the bottom line--

 

403

00:21:33,944 --> 00:21:36,613

the price of everything,

the value of nothing, you know?

 

404

00:21:36,680 --> 00:21:38,314

Yeah, I don't

mind frugal,

 

405

00:21:38,382 --> 00:21:39,616

but I hate cheap.

 

406

00:21:39,683 --> 00:21:41,785

Cal would never

buy wine like this.

 

407

00:21:41,852 --> 00:21:42,819

That bit's true.

 

408

00:21:42,887 --> 00:21:45,422

Guy didn't know

what he had.

 

409

00:21:45,489 --> 00:21:48,425

And he was always looking at

every other woman who walked by,

 

410

00:21:48,492 --> 00:21:50,326

like sexual A.D.D.

 

411

00:21:51,362 --> 00:21:52,729

Yes, Torres?

 

412

00:21:52,797 --> 00:21:54,397

Nothing.

 

413

00:21:54,465 --> 00:21:55,398

George: His loss.

 

414

00:21:55,466 --> 00:21:57,467

Guys like that--

their own worst enemies.

 

415

00:21:57,535 --> 00:21:59,402

You know,

it's a pity, though,

 

416

00:21:59,470 --> 00:22:01,404

because underneath

all that stuff is--

 

417

00:22:01,472 --> 00:22:05,308

is an amazing, funny,

interesting mind.

 

418

00:22:05,376 --> 00:22:06,576

Did she just

call me sexy?

 

419

00:22:06,644 --> 00:22:08,745

No, she didn't.

She's playing a role.

 

420

00:22:08,813 --> 00:22:10,580

She did. She just

called me sexy.

 

421

00:22:10,648 --> 00:22:11,581

So what about you?

 

422

00:22:11,649 --> 00:22:13,983

It was a bad match.

 

423

00:22:14,051 --> 00:22:15,151

She was a Harvard lawyer.

 

424

00:22:15,219 --> 00:22:17,554

I was a college dropout

who ran a doggy day care.

 

425

00:22:17,621 --> 00:22:19,722

Yeah. Her, uh,

border collie

 

426

00:22:19,790 --> 00:22:21,958

fell in love

with my malamute.

 

427

00:22:23,160 --> 00:22:25,361

Cal always hated

big dogs.

 

428

00:22:25,429 --> 00:22:29,299

When we met, he had this

little pug called Isabelle.

 

429

00:22:29,366 --> 00:22:31,067

Oh. Big red flag.

 

430

00:22:31,135 --> 00:22:32,068

[Both laugh]

 

431

00:22:32,136 --> 00:22:34,804

Oh, now she's having

way too much fun.

 

432

00:22:35,656 --> 00:22:37,707

This is

delicious wine.

 

433

00:22:37,775 --> 00:22:39,492

There's plenty more

where that came from.

 

434

00:22:39,577 --> 00:22:40,910

Cheers.

 

435

00:22:40,978 --> 00:22:42,846

Cheers.

 

436

00:22:42,913 --> 00:22:44,280

She was a Harvard lawyer.

 

437

00:22:44,348 --> 00:22:47,383

I was a college dropout running

a doggy day-care service.

 

438

00:22:48,619 --> 00:22:50,987

No facial or body language

deception indicators.

 

439

00:22:51,055 --> 00:22:52,222

No verbal ones either.

 

440

00:22:52,289 --> 00:22:53,857

So either he's

telling the truth,

 

441

00:22:53,924 --> 00:22:55,325

which we know is

not the case, or--

 

442

00:22:55,392 --> 00:22:57,660

or he's such

an amazing liar,

 

443

00:22:57,728 --> 00:23:00,230

we need to look for

sociopathic markers.

 

444

00:23:01,298 --> 00:23:03,600

You get a woman

fresh out of a divorce,

 

445

00:23:03,667 --> 00:23:06,069

wondering if she's gonna be

alone for the rest of her life,

 

446

00:23:06,137 --> 00:23:08,304

on the rebound.

It's the best time

 

447

00:23:08,372 --> 00:23:10,373

to figure out

which buttons to push.

 

448

00:23:10,441 --> 00:23:13,910

Well, you certainly

pushed Gillian's buttons.

 

449

00:23:13,978 --> 00:23:16,646

It's about

listening to her,

 

450

00:23:16,714 --> 00:23:18,581

mirroring her pain,

 

451

00:23:18,649 --> 00:23:22,485

and pouring an expensive

Pinot down her throat.

 

452

00:23:22,553 --> 00:23:23,887

What the hell?

She's happy.

 

453

00:23:23,954 --> 00:23:26,389

You could get out

from under.

 

454

00:23:26,457 --> 00:23:28,391

It's win-win.

 

455

00:23:28,459 --> 00:23:31,327

It's a win-win-win,

all right?

 

456

00:23:31,395 --> 00:23:33,329

Don't forget your part.

 

457

00:23:33,397 --> 00:23:36,633

Right. Once I

marry Gillian...

 

458

00:23:38,068 --> 00:23:40,803

You're free and clear,

no more alimony,

 

459

00:23:40,871 --> 00:23:43,473

except for 50%

of what would have been

 

460

00:23:43,541 --> 00:23:45,725

your monthly payment

for the next year.

 

461

00:23:45,809 --> 00:23:51,848

It's like an installment plan

on freedom.

 

462

00:23:52,783 --> 00:23:54,651

That's a good way

of puttin' it.

 

463

00:23:54,718 --> 00:23:55,885

I like that.

 

464

00:23:57,321 --> 00:23:59,689

So, do you wanna

do this, or what?

 

465

00:24:04,094 --> 00:24:05,361

Who are you?

 

466

00:24:05,429 --> 00:24:06,429

I'm the cop

on the other end

 

467

00:24:06,497 --> 00:24:07,497

of the wire

he's wearing.

 

468

00:24:07,565 --> 00:24:09,332

Get him out of here

 

469

00:24:09,400 --> 00:24:12,135

before I take a hammer

to this wanker.

 

470

00:24:15,339 --> 00:24:18,808

Conspiracy to commit

fraud, George. Not good.

 

471

00:24:18,876 --> 00:24:21,110

And Dobson walks,

 

472

00:24:21,178 --> 00:24:24,080

leaving you holding

your Pinot in your hand

 

473

00:24:24,148 --> 00:24:26,115

like the wanker

that you are.

 

474

00:24:26,183 --> 00:24:27,767

What do you need?

 

475

00:24:27,851 --> 00:24:29,285

Did you hear that?

 

476

00:24:29,353 --> 00:24:32,021

His voice went

all Michael Jackson just then.

 

477

00:24:32,089 --> 00:24:33,790

That's the fear,

that is,

 

478

00:24:33,857 --> 00:24:35,225

getting him

ready to sing.

 

479

00:24:35,292 --> 00:24:36,626

Full story...

 

480

00:24:36,694 --> 00:24:38,161

Everyone,

every transaction.

 

481

00:24:38,229 --> 00:24:41,631

And you're gonna have to do right

by all those women that you conned.

 

482

00:24:41,699 --> 00:24:43,283

How do I do it?

 

483

00:24:43,367 --> 00:24:44,734

[Clicks pen open]

 

484

00:24:44,785 --> 00:24:48,071

All right,

well, let's see.

 

485

00:24:48,138 --> 00:24:49,956

Well, I don't think

writing each of them

 

486

00:24:50,040 --> 00:24:52,375

a rubber check is

gonna do it. Do you?

 

487

00:24:52,443 --> 00:24:54,844

No.

 

488

00:24:54,912 --> 00:24:56,479

So what do I do?

 

489

00:24:56,547 --> 00:24:58,914

I mean, you guys

have a plan, right?

 

490

00:24:58,966 --> 00:25:00,550

Oh, bollocks.

 

491

00:25:00,618 --> 00:25:03,353

You're about as much use as a

back pocket on a shirt, you are.

 

492

00:25:03,420 --> 00:25:04,920

Hey,

I'm cooperating here.

 

493

00:25:04,972 --> 00:25:07,290

You're desperate.

You'll make a lousy witness, George.

 

494

00:25:08,225 --> 00:25:09,826

Sorry. I couldn't

hold him off.

 

495

00:25:09,893 --> 00:25:11,277

Oh, that's all right.

 

496

00:25:12,630 --> 00:25:17,934

This is

this man's lawyer.

 

497

00:25:19,119 --> 00:25:20,403

M-Mr. Foster?

 

498

00:25:20,471 --> 00:25:22,572

Heh.

That's enough out of you.

 

499

00:25:22,640 --> 00:25:24,507

So you took your time,

didn't you?

 

500

00:25:24,575 --> 00:25:27,343

What kept you? You stop

for an hot dog, did you?

 

501

00:25:27,411 --> 00:25:29,462

He's not saying

another word.

 

502

00:25:29,546 --> 00:25:31,347

Problem with that,

 

503

00:25:31,415 --> 00:25:32,815

talk to

Judge Ramsey.

 

504

00:25:32,883 --> 00:25:34,851

Speaking of

Judge Ramsey,

 

505

00:25:34,918 --> 00:25:37,654

George's record

of all his transactions

 

506

00:25:37,721 --> 00:25:39,455

and clients that you

set him up with.

 

507

00:25:39,506 --> 00:25:42,725

That's a copy made

in plain text,

 

508

00:25:42,793 --> 00:25:45,628

just to clarify things

from his original.

 

509

00:25:51,302 --> 00:25:52,468

Let's go.

 

510

00:25:52,536 --> 00:25:55,204

Oh, no. Hang on. Hang on, lads.

Seriously. Wait.

 

511

00:25:55,272 --> 00:25:57,307

You know, you're gonna

love this bit.

 

512

00:26:01,578 --> 00:26:03,813

Say hello

to your fans, Georgie.

 

513

00:26:03,881 --> 00:26:06,182

Paula.

 

514

00:26:07,384 --> 00:26:08,318

Ingrid.

 

515

00:26:08,385 --> 00:26:09,319

I know.

 

516

00:26:09,386 --> 00:26:11,054

Oh.

 

517

00:26:11,121 --> 00:26:12,588

Lily.

 

518

00:26:16,894 --> 00:26:19,729

I really did care

for all of you.

 

519

00:26:28,038 --> 00:26:28,971

Whoa.

 

520

00:26:29,039 --> 00:26:30,907

I know.

 

521

00:26:30,974 --> 00:26:32,308

He's a total cipher,

 

522

00:26:32,376 --> 00:26:35,578

and I'm gonna crack him

if it's the last thing I do.

 

523

00:26:38,699 --> 00:26:40,867

[Jazz playing]

 

524

00:26:44,605 --> 00:26:46,706

[Knock on glass]

 

525

00:26:48,008 --> 00:26:49,208

Sod it.

 

526

00:26:49,276 --> 00:26:50,343

Who is it?!

 

527

00:26:50,411 --> 00:26:52,245

Wallowski:

Police. Open up.

 

528

00:26:53,480 --> 00:26:54,547

I'm not decent!

 

529

00:26:54,615 --> 00:26:57,216

Yeah, tell me

somethin' I don't know.

 

530

00:27:01,155 --> 00:27:02,488

Here.

 

531

00:27:08,629 --> 00:27:10,663

My daughter's

out of town.

 

532

00:27:10,731 --> 00:27:12,331

Oi, eh?

 

533

00:27:12,399 --> 00:27:16,502

The D.A.'s not exactly jumpin' at

the chance to go after George.

 

534

00:27:16,570 --> 00:27:18,371

Oh, yeah?

 

535

00:27:18,439 --> 00:27:19,372

Why?

 

536

00:27:19,440 --> 00:27:21,741

'Cause all those

names in that book?

 

537

00:27:21,809 --> 00:27:23,976

Yeah, the chief of police

being one of 'em.

 

538

00:27:24,044 --> 00:27:26,612

So you just got run over

by the wheels of justice,

 

539

00:27:26,680 --> 00:27:29,415

and you come over here for a

shoulder to cry on. Is that it?

 

540

00:27:29,483 --> 00:27:32,051

Yeah, because that's me

all the way.

 

541

00:27:32,119 --> 00:27:33,720

I was in the neighborhood.

 

542

00:27:33,787 --> 00:27:36,856

True, yet iffy.

 

543

00:27:36,924 --> 00:27:38,591

[Cell phone rings]

 

544

00:27:39,526 --> 00:27:41,794

I would take that,

if I were you.

 

545

00:27:41,862 --> 00:27:42,895

[Ring]

 

546

00:27:42,963 --> 00:27:43,896

Here.

 

547

00:27:43,964 --> 00:27:45,798

[Ring]

 

548

00:27:45,866 --> 00:27:47,567

Tell him from me

 

549

00:27:47,634 --> 00:27:50,970

that I'm not backing off

this one little bit.

 

550

00:27:53,941 --> 00:27:54,907

Wallowski.

 

551

00:27:54,975 --> 00:27:56,976

Wallowski,

George Walker's garage

 

552

00:27:57,044 --> 00:27:59,846

just went up in flames with him it.

Units responding.

 

553

00:27:59,913 --> 00:28:00,980

Oops.

 

554

00:28:01,048 --> 00:28:02,982

[Dispatch chatter]

 

555

00:28:03,050 --> 00:28:05,218

[Siren blaring]

 

556

00:28:28,559 --> 00:28:31,544

What are the odds this one gets

written off as an accident?

 

557

00:28:31,612 --> 00:28:33,879

Pretty damn good,

I'd say.

 

558

00:28:33,931 --> 00:28:37,784

There are 3 angry ex-wives

we need to talk to.

 

559

00:28:37,851 --> 00:28:43,222

Ok, let's start

with the basics.

 

560

00:28:43,290 --> 00:28:45,258

Tell me about George.

 

561

00:28:47,060 --> 00:28:50,263

Um, not exciting,

 

562

00:28:50,330 --> 00:28:52,899

but pleasant.

 

563

00:28:52,966 --> 00:28:54,400

After my

first marriage,

 

564

00:28:54,468 --> 00:28:58,638

I wanted pleasant,

nice, reliable.

 

565

00:28:58,705 --> 00:29:01,707

A dreamer?

Meaning what exactly.

 

566

00:29:01,775 --> 00:29:04,076

Um, let's see.

 

567

00:29:04,144 --> 00:29:06,612

Unpredictable,

spontaneous,

 

568

00:29:06,680 --> 00:29:08,581

George was

a commercial artist,

 

569

00:29:08,649 --> 00:29:10,249

but wanted

to be Picasso,

 

570

00:29:10,317 --> 00:29:12,518

which is exactly

what I needed.

 

571

00:29:12,586 --> 00:29:16,122

George was just what I

needed when I needed it...

 

572

00:29:18,158 --> 00:29:19,192

An adult.

 

573

00:29:19,259 --> 00:29:21,360

Loker: How was the, um...

 

574

00:29:21,428 --> 00:29:23,262

Uh, sex?

 

575

00:29:23,330 --> 00:29:24,797

Yes. Thank you.

 

576

00:29:24,865 --> 00:29:26,833

George was interesting.

 

577

00:29:26,900 --> 00:29:28,801

Was never a dull moment.

 

578

00:29:28,869 --> 00:29:30,670

Unimaginative.

 

579

00:29:30,737 --> 00:29:32,104

Sex wasn't

his thing.

 

580

00:29:32,172 --> 00:29:34,407

Listen, George

may have duped me,

 

581

00:29:34,474 --> 00:29:38,010

but the guy I wish was dead

was that lawyer, Dobson,

 

582

00:29:38,078 --> 00:29:40,112

my ex's pit bull.

 

583

00:29:40,180 --> 00:29:42,815

If I was gonna kill anyone,

it would have been him.

 

584

00:29:42,883 --> 00:29:45,518

That bastard Dobson

is the one

 

585

00:29:45,586 --> 00:29:46,752

who planned

this whole thing.

 

586

00:29:46,820 --> 00:29:49,488

George hurt me.

 

587

00:29:52,259 --> 00:29:54,126

I can deal

with the pain.

 

588

00:29:54,194 --> 00:29:56,896

I've been hurt worse.

 

589

00:29:59,666 --> 00:30:01,934

But what

he did to Noah...

 

590

00:30:04,037 --> 00:30:06,205

That, I can't forgive.

 

591

00:30:07,107 --> 00:30:09,041

Enough to kill him?

 

592

00:30:12,646 --> 00:30:15,548

I'm sorry he's dead.

 

593

00:30:15,616 --> 00:30:17,033

Sorry with her words.

 

594

00:30:17,117 --> 00:30:18,918

Not sorry

with her actions.

 

595

00:30:18,986 --> 00:30:20,920

And actions speak

louder than words.

 

596

00:30:20,988 --> 00:30:21,988

Listen to her tone.

 

597

00:30:22,055 --> 00:30:23,823

She's saying it

even though it's not there,

 

598

00:30:23,891 --> 00:30:25,091

"I'm not sorry he's dead."

 

599

00:30:25,158 --> 00:30:26,659

Well, that's

not surprising.

 

600

00:30:26,727 --> 00:30:30,029

She's the only one with a

child tangled up in this.

 

601

00:30:30,097 --> 00:30:31,898

George was

a social chameleon.

 

602

00:30:31,965 --> 00:30:34,667

With each of these women,

he adapted his behavior.

 

603

00:30:34,735 --> 00:30:36,569

You guys

gotta watch this.

 

604

00:30:41,408 --> 00:30:44,076

This is Lily and Noah

after you spoke with her.

 

605

00:30:54,254 --> 00:30:56,889

Talk about actions

speaking louder than words.

 

606

00:30:57,824 --> 00:31:00,192

Get those two back in here.

 

607

00:31:00,260 --> 00:31:02,428

Use your cuffs

if you have to.

 

608

00:31:05,837 --> 00:31:07,454

I'm not a criminal.

 

609

00:31:08,397 --> 00:31:10,431

You see your face

right now?

 

610

00:31:11,800 --> 00:31:13,067

You're like this one.

 

611

00:31:13,135 --> 00:31:14,369

You saying

I'm a dumb-ass?

 

612

00:31:14,436 --> 00:31:15,970

I'm saying you're angry.

 

613

00:31:16,038 --> 00:31:19,040

Funny, but angry.

 

614

00:31:20,676 --> 00:31:25,280

You see how your son's

body's angled away from you?

 

615

00:31:25,347 --> 00:31:26,814

That's mistrust,

 

616

00:31:26,882 --> 00:31:28,316

even revulsion.

 

617

00:31:28,384 --> 00:31:29,384

[Beep]

 

618

00:31:29,451 --> 00:31:30,885

You're angry.

 

619

00:31:30,953 --> 00:31:33,988

That is the same anger you had

when you saw George in the cube.

 

620

00:31:34,056 --> 00:31:35,456

[Scoffs] We were

all angry then.

 

621

00:31:35,524 --> 00:31:38,159

You weren't all angry with the

intent to do something about it.

 

622

00:31:38,227 --> 00:31:39,727

How can you

even know that?

 

623

00:31:39,795 --> 00:31:42,230

Loker:

When you were outside the cube,

watching George,

 

624

00:31:42,298 --> 00:31:44,899

all three of you showed anger

in your physical response,

 

625

00:31:44,967 --> 00:31:47,568

but only you

are leaning forward.

 

626

00:31:47,636 --> 00:31:49,470

That shows intent.

 

627

00:31:49,538 --> 00:31:50,772

I'm not

a violent person.

 

628

00:31:50,839 --> 00:31:52,940

Well, not even

to protect your son?

 

629

00:31:53,008 --> 00:31:55,109

I mean, that's

a powerful instinct.

 

630

00:31:56,645 --> 00:31:58,212

That's guilt.

 

631

00:31:58,280 --> 00:32:02,183

And what you just did

with your mouth, regret.

 

632

00:32:02,251 --> 00:32:04,585

The whole story's

all over your face, Lily.

 

633

00:32:04,653 --> 00:32:08,389

Did you go to George's

garage last night?

 

634

00:32:08,457 --> 00:32:10,758

No, I did not.

 

635

00:32:13,329 --> 00:32:15,163

I gotta

go see my son.

 

636

00:32:15,230 --> 00:32:17,799

You can't keep me

from my son.

 

637

00:32:21,570 --> 00:32:23,638

Your son knows

that you went

 

638

00:32:23,706 --> 00:32:24,939

to George's garage

last night.

 

639

00:32:25,007 --> 00:32:25,973

Don't you, Noah?

 

640

00:32:26,041 --> 00:32:27,375

They're saying

I killed George, honey.

 

641

00:32:27,443 --> 00:32:30,712

If I were you,

I'd call a lawyer.

 

642

00:32:31,847 --> 00:32:32,714

Come on.

 

643

00:32:32,781 --> 00:32:36,017

She didn't kill him. I did.

 

644

00:32:36,085 --> 00:32:37,552

Noah.

I stole the bike,

 

645

00:32:37,619 --> 00:32:40,088

and I burned his place down.

I did it.

 

646

00:32:50,666 --> 00:32:51,599

[Door opens]

 

647

00:32:51,667 --> 00:32:53,334

Hi.

 

648

00:32:53,402 --> 00:32:57,472

So Noah thinks

you killed George.

 

649

00:32:59,074 --> 00:33:00,341

That much, we know.

 

650

00:33:00,409 --> 00:33:03,277

At first, it scared him.

 

651

00:33:03,345 --> 00:33:06,647

And now he's--he just

wants to protect you.

 

652

00:33:13,122 --> 00:33:15,022

Your mum didn't do it.

 

653

00:33:18,594 --> 00:33:20,862

The question is

why'd you think she did.

 

654

00:33:20,929 --> 00:33:23,464

And it's not just

'cause she went there.

 

655

00:33:23,532 --> 00:33:26,200

I burned his garage.

 

656

00:33:27,503 --> 00:33:28,703

Right.

 

657

00:33:32,441 --> 00:33:35,410

How'd you

start the fire?

 

658

00:33:35,477 --> 00:33:36,744

Gas from the motorcycle.

 

659

00:33:36,812 --> 00:33:37,645

Bollocks.

 

660

00:33:37,713 --> 00:33:39,313

That's bollocks.

 

661

00:33:39,381 --> 00:33:41,349

It was started

with paint thinner.

 

662

00:33:41,417 --> 00:33:42,350

Not true.

 

663

00:33:42,418 --> 00:33:43,718

Your word

against mine.

 

664

00:33:43,786 --> 00:33:45,820

Noah, it's ok.

 

665

00:33:45,888 --> 00:33:48,322

Whatever you know,

just tell him.

 

666

00:33:54,963 --> 00:33:57,899

My mom came home

freaked out...

 

667

00:33:57,966 --> 00:34:00,735

Like something bad

happened.

 

668

00:34:07,376 --> 00:34:08,910

And had it?

 

669

00:34:10,062 --> 00:34:12,580

I went to see George

last night.

 

670

00:34:14,283 --> 00:34:15,883

He threatened me.

 

671

00:34:15,951 --> 00:34:17,852

Never seen him

act like that.

 

672

00:34:17,903 --> 00:34:21,189

So I threw his ring

back at him,

 

673

00:34:21,256 --> 00:34:24,625

and he--he put me

up against the wall,

 

674

00:34:24,693 --> 00:34:27,562

put his hands

around my neck.

 

675

00:34:27,629 --> 00:34:29,997

I thought he

was gonna kill me...

 

676

00:34:30,866 --> 00:34:32,767

So I ran away.

 

677

00:34:35,204 --> 00:34:37,505

I didn't

kill anybody.

 

678

00:34:37,573 --> 00:34:39,774

You don't have

to lie for me.

 

679

00:34:39,842 --> 00:34:43,244

It's another version

of gorgeous George.

 

680

00:34:44,763 --> 00:34:46,380

[Whack]

 

681

00:34:46,448 --> 00:34:47,915

So what do you reckon?

 

682

00:34:47,983 --> 00:34:49,467

What do I reckon

about what?

 

683

00:34:49,551 --> 00:34:52,687

Well, you still wanna confess

to a murder she didn't commit?

 

684

00:34:53,989 --> 00:34:56,423

Dobson's car just showed up

at Dulles International.

 

685

00:34:56,475 --> 00:34:57,758

He's on the move.

 

686

00:34:57,826 --> 00:34:59,627

Dobson

killed George?

 

687

00:35:00,462 --> 00:35:03,264

George and Dobson...

 

688

00:35:03,332 --> 00:35:06,234

That's the issue.

 

689

00:35:15,294 --> 00:35:17,478

[Indistinct announcements]

 

690

00:35:23,719 --> 00:35:25,052

Over there.

 

691

00:35:29,024 --> 00:35:29,957

Dobson.

 

692

00:35:30,025 --> 00:35:31,192

No. See,

 

693

00:35:31,260 --> 00:35:33,160

it's all in the body

language, right?

 

694

00:35:33,228 --> 00:35:36,731

So you stick with me,

you'll learn something.

 

695

00:35:39,268 --> 00:35:40,902

Here's your psycho.

 

696

00:35:44,206 --> 00:35:46,607

Honeymoon's over,

Georgie.

 

697

00:35:47,576 --> 00:35:49,310

Let's go.

 

698

00:35:59,545 --> 00:36:01,312

You're a tosser!

 

699

00:36:02,545 --> 00:36:04,613

You gave yourself away,

George.

 

700

00:36:04,681 --> 00:36:07,516

It was George the killer

 

701

00:36:07,583 --> 00:36:09,217

that scared Lily that night.

 

702

00:36:09,285 --> 00:36:11,286

I have no idea what

you're talking about.

 

703

00:36:11,354 --> 00:36:13,422

It's the same George

I saw in here

 

704

00:36:13,489 --> 00:36:15,423

when Dobson lost

his rag with you

 

705

00:36:15,475 --> 00:36:16,475

about that notebook,

right?

 

706

00:36:16,559 --> 00:36:18,393

I wouldn't hurt Dobson.

He was my friend.

 

707

00:36:18,461 --> 00:36:19,494

I'm an innocent man.

 

708

00:36:19,562 --> 00:36:21,596

Well, I've gotta say,

I think that you do

 

709

00:36:21,664 --> 00:36:24,232

an excellent

impersonation of one.

 

710

00:36:24,300 --> 00:36:26,001

I really do.

 

711

00:36:29,205 --> 00:36:30,322

Hang on.

 

712

00:36:30,406 --> 00:36:33,742

How do I compare?

 

713

00:36:33,810 --> 00:36:35,811

Couple choirboys.

 

714

00:36:37,780 --> 00:36:41,282

You're a right laugh,

you are.

 

715

00:36:41,334 --> 00:36:43,452

And when I say, "laugh,"

I don't mean that

 

716

00:36:43,519 --> 00:36:45,987

to sound like I find you

in any way amusing.

 

717

00:36:47,557 --> 00:36:50,525

There's no evidence

that I did anything.

 

718

00:36:50,593 --> 00:36:55,564

Think of this

as a reverse lineup.

 

719

00:37:00,520 --> 00:37:03,271

Ladies, is this the

man you saw leaving

 

720

00:37:03,339 --> 00:37:05,173

the burning garage

where Dobson died?

 

721

00:37:06,542 --> 00:37:08,777

Yes. Yep.

Absolutely.

 

722

00:37:08,845 --> 00:37:10,345

They're lying.

 

723

00:37:11,381 --> 00:37:12,347

Look at them.

 

724

00:37:12,415 --> 00:37:13,949

You're the scientist.

 

725

00:37:14,016 --> 00:37:15,083

Well, from the look of you,

 

726

00:37:15,151 --> 00:37:17,219

I'd say they're honest

as the day is long, mate.

 

727

00:37:17,286 --> 00:37:19,554

And dead right.

 

728

00:37:19,622 --> 00:37:21,540

Thank you, ladies.

 

729

00:37:25,094 --> 00:37:27,229

Premeditated murder.

 

730

00:37:27,296 --> 00:37:30,132

Death penalty's

on the table.

 

731

00:37:30,199 --> 00:37:34,870

That's 3 exceedingly

attractive wronged women.

 

732

00:37:34,937 --> 00:37:37,873

Catnip to a jury, that is.

 

733

00:37:38,808 --> 00:37:42,077

You don't want me.

I'm a nobody.

 

734

00:37:42,145 --> 00:37:44,713

I'd say you're a lot

of different nobodies.

 

735

00:37:44,781 --> 00:37:47,582

Dobson thought

I was gonna talk.

 

736

00:37:47,650 --> 00:37:50,919

He came after me.

I defended myself.

 

737

00:37:50,987 --> 00:37:52,354

Give me a break here.

 

738

00:37:52,422 --> 00:37:54,089

There he is,

cooperative George.

 

739

00:37:54,157 --> 00:37:57,092

I was wondering when

he was gonna rock up.

 

740

00:37:57,160 --> 00:37:59,728

You testify against Judge

Ramsey, the chief of police,

 

741

00:37:59,796 --> 00:38:01,263

and all the others,

 

742

00:38:01,330 --> 00:38:03,932

death penalty

comes off the table.

 

743

00:38:05,768 --> 00:38:07,602

And for

your next role...

 

744

00:38:08,805 --> 00:38:10,972

Behind bars...

 

745

00:38:11,040 --> 00:38:14,209

You get to play the

wronged wife this time.

 

746

00:38:18,915 --> 00:38:21,616

Noah: Who is he, really?

 

747

00:38:21,684 --> 00:38:23,952

Foster: He was

a lot of people.

 

748

00:38:24,020 --> 00:38:26,121

He become whoever

he needed to be.

 

749

00:38:26,189 --> 00:38:28,156

I'm sorry, Noah.

 

750

00:38:28,224 --> 00:38:29,691

It doesn't matter.

 

751

00:38:32,295 --> 00:38:33,728

Oi, hey.

 

752

00:38:33,780 --> 00:38:35,997

Here. You should

have this.

 

753

00:38:37,200 --> 00:38:39,100

George took that picture.

 

754

00:38:39,168 --> 00:38:40,335

Yeah, I know.

 

755

00:38:40,403 --> 00:38:43,071

It's more than

just a snapshot.

 

756

00:38:43,122 --> 00:38:43,972

What do you mean?

 

757

00:38:44,040 --> 00:38:46,374

Well, there's--

there's a language

 

758

00:38:46,442 --> 00:38:47,876

to photographic

composition, mate--

 

759

00:38:47,944 --> 00:38:49,878

framing, everything.

 

760

00:38:49,946 --> 00:38:54,316

It tells you what he

felt about you, so...

 

761

00:38:56,919 --> 00:38:58,353

Right.

 

762

00:38:58,420 --> 00:38:59,354

See you.

 

763

00:38:59,421 --> 00:39:00,472

Enjoy the bike.

 

764

00:39:00,556 --> 00:39:03,141

What bike?

 

765

00:39:03,226 --> 00:39:04,759

His bike.

 

766

00:39:04,827 --> 00:39:06,394

Be safe.

 

767

00:39:13,986 --> 00:39:17,172

That was a nice thing

you did for Noah.

 

768

00:39:18,574 --> 00:39:22,544

Why are you looking at me

like I just shot your dog?

 

769

00:39:23,946 --> 00:39:25,547

I don't have a dog.

 

770

00:39:25,615 --> 00:39:29,184

I don't even like dogs,

according to you,

 

771

00:39:29,252 --> 00:39:32,287

apart from a pug

named Isabelle.

 

772

00:39:32,338 --> 00:39:34,656

It did Noah good to hear

that George cared,

 

773

00:39:34,724 --> 00:39:35,991

even if it isn't true.

 

774

00:39:36,058 --> 00:39:37,959

How'd you know

it's not true?

 

775

00:39:38,027 --> 00:39:41,162

Mm, is it true?

I've never heard that theory.

 

776

00:39:41,230 --> 00:39:44,633

Well, science, right,

 

777

00:39:44,700 --> 00:39:47,869

like many other things in life,

is open to interpretation.

 

778

00:39:47,937 --> 00:39:49,371

Oh, please.

Not that again.

 

779

00:39:53,743 --> 00:39:55,076

Oh, thank you.

 

780

00:39:55,144 --> 00:39:57,045

I didn't say anything.

 

781

00:39:57,113 --> 00:39:58,813

Really?

 

782

00:39:58,881 --> 00:40:01,249

You just called me sexy.

 

783

00:40:05,354 --> 00:40:07,122

Right, Isabelle?

 

784

00:40:10,459 --> 00:40:12,627

[Piano music playing]

 

785

00:40:15,565 --> 00:40:18,466

Oh. How was Chicago?

Did mum like that present?

 

786

00:40:18,534 --> 00:40:21,269

How'd I know that was the first

question you were gonna ask?

 

787

00:40:21,337 --> 00:40:23,171

I'm that predictable?

 

788

00:40:23,239 --> 00:40:25,340

Really, dad?

A penis gourd?

 

789

00:40:25,408 --> 00:40:27,175

Is that

what she called it?

 

790

00:40:27,243 --> 00:40:29,177

Uh, in Papua New Guinea,

 

791

00:40:29,245 --> 00:40:31,713

they're called a fertility

gourd, actually.

 

792

00:40:31,781 --> 00:40:34,215

Rudi thought

it was a fake nose.

 

793

00:40:34,283 --> 00:40:36,451

Rudi? Oh, yeah?

 

794

00:40:36,519 --> 00:40:38,553

Is that mom's

new fellow, is it?

 

795

00:40:38,621 --> 00:40:40,422

Mm-hmm.

 

796

00:40:40,489 --> 00:40:42,023

Serious?

 

797

00:40:42,091 --> 00:40:43,358

Yeah, seriously.

 

798

00:40:43,426 --> 00:40:46,361

No. I mean

are they serious?

 

799

00:40:47,229 --> 00:40:50,465

Uh, yeah, a little, I think.

 

800

00:40:53,302 --> 00:40:55,203

Where'd you put

the remote?

 

801

00:41:04,113 --> 00:41:06,081

Smartass.

 

802

00:41:08,150 --> 00:41:10,318

So...

 

803

00:41:10,386 --> 00:41:12,320

You like

this Rudi fella?

 

804

00:41:12,388 --> 00:41:13,355

Yeah. He's nice.

 

805

00:41:13,422 --> 00:41:15,457

Ah. Well, then,

I'm fine.

 

806

00:41:15,524 --> 00:41:17,359

He's no Cal Lightman, though.

 

807

00:41:17,426 --> 00:41:19,661

Oh, mum must

be devastated.

 

808

00:41:19,729 --> 00:41:22,263

Yeah, because she told me

what she's really looking for

 

809

00:41:22,331 --> 00:41:25,066

is another workaholic who'd always

know what she was gonna say

 

810

00:41:25,134 --> 00:41:28,303

and would contradict her before she

even got the chance to say it,

 

811

00:41:28,371 --> 00:41:30,639

eats beans on toast

twice a week,

 

812

00:41:30,706 --> 00:41:33,041

whose wardrobe consists

of 15 pairs

 

813

00:41:33,109 --> 00:41:35,093

of the same jeans,

jackets, and shirts,

 

814

00:41:35,177 --> 00:41:38,213

and who likes to make fun

of any and all authority,

 

815

00:41:38,280 --> 00:41:41,182

even if it's his ex-wife

who lives 1,200 miles away.

 

816

00:41:41,250 --> 00:41:43,551

Yeah, there's not many

of us about.

 

817

00:41:43,619 --> 00:41:45,286

I know. It's a shame.

 

818

00:41:45,354 --> 00:41:47,389

So instead, she got Rudi,

 

819

00:41:47,456 --> 00:41:48,790

with an "I."

 

820

00:41:48,858 --> 00:41:49,791

With an "I"?

 

821

00:41:49,859 --> 00:41:51,026

Aye, aye.

 

822

00:41:51,093 --> 00:41:52,060

Heh. So, what,

 

823

00:41:52,128 --> 00:41:54,062

you saved the best bit

till last, did you?

 

824

00:41:54,130 --> 00:41:56,131

I knew you'd like that part.

 

825

00:41:59,969 --> 00:42:02,904

Don't grow up

too fast, em.

 

826

00:42:02,972 --> 00:42:04,839

I'll try not to.

 

827

00:42:04,907 --> 00:42:07,275

Right. [Kiss]

 

828

00:42:07,343 --> 00:42:08,276

Come on.

 

829

00:42:08,344 --> 00:42:11,179

I can help with

that part, if you like.

 

830

00:42:11,247 --> 00:42:12,380

Beans on toast?

 

831

00:42:12,448 --> 00:42:13,848

[Emily gags]

 

832

00:42:13,916 --> 00:42:15,083

Ok, love?

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