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Impulse - Ep 5 "The Eagle and the Bee"

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  • ( bright tone )
  • ( eerie music )
  • ♪ ♪
  • ( alarm beeps )
  • ♪ ♪
  • ( sniffs )
  • ♪ ♪
  • ( sharp breaths )
  • ( knocking )
  • ( door creaking )
  • I've been calling.
  • ( door creaks, closes )
  • Standard protocol and resources in play,
  • but the clock is short.
  • Hungry?
  • No thanks.
  • ♪ ♪
  • Bring the Factor?
  • ♪ ♪
  • Like I said, the clock is short.
  • ♪ ♪
  • You know, fish have a memory span of three seconds.
  • I thought that was a myth.
  • ♪ ♪
  • When does she expect your report?
  • Within the hour. She's in transit now.
  • Do you need more than that?
  • ♪ ♪
  • No.
  • That's plenty.
  • ♪ ♪
  • ( haunting futuristic music )
  • ♪ ♪
  • ( eerie music )
  • ♪ ♪
  • ( TV in background )
  • Man: Be alert for some difficult driving conditions
  • due to blowing snow and drifting snow
  • and icy snow-covered roads.
  • National Weather Services alerts states that visibility
  • will be impacted for a mile or less at times.
  • In the southern part of the state,
  • including Bennington and Windham Counties,
  • snow is expected to begin developing Monday night
  • and last through Wednesday.
  • Those areas are forecast to receive 12 to 18 inches
  • of snow. The snowfall rate
  • is one to three inches an hour,
  • according to the National Weather Service.
  • April 17, 1983 holds the record for snow
  • received latest in the year
  • that is greater than eight inches.
  • According to the National Weather Service...
  • ( weatherman continues indistinctly )
  • Lizzie.
  • What do you think you're doing?
  • (gasps) Um... (glass shatters)
  • - You're stealing from me? - Oh, no, no. Um...
  • Could you just..
  • could you please, please put the gun down?
  • Not doing that.
  • Okay, I'm--I'm leaving. I will leave.
  • You sure are.
  • Okay.
  • Oh. ( laughs nervously )
  • All right, okay, um, just--
  • yeah, okay, okay.
  • I'm just leaving.
  • Leaving, leaving now.
  • ( haunting music )
  • ( door slams )
  • ♪ ♪
  • ( phone beeps negatively )
  • ♪ ♪
  • Fuck.
  • ♪ ♪
  • Jeremiah: You ever heard of the story of the eagle and the bee?
  • No, I, uh--I haven't.
  • It's a Russian fable.
  • The bee was busying himself by a flower
  • when the eagle flew over to express pity.
  • He said, for all the work the bee does,
  • molding the honeycomb and the hive,
  • his labors would go unrecognized.
  • Unlike the eagle,
  • who spread his wings
  • and soared above for all to see,
  • the bee would die without distinction.
  • The bee tried to explain to the eagle
  • that he was born to work for the common good.
  • He didn't seek attention.
  • He said that when he looked at the honeycombs,
  • he consoled himself with the thought that in them
  • are a few drops of his own honey,
  • and that is enough.
  • Well, I hope I'm not the eagle in the story.
  • Do you know why I'm here, Bill?
  • I'm gonna assume it wasn't
  • to tell me a fable.
  • Does it have something to do with the body they found in town?
  • I heard a rumor he was a Mennonite.
  • Was he from your order?
  • He was Amos.
  • My son.
  • Jesus, Jeremiah.
  • Sorry. I didn't know.
  • I used to tell him that story.
  • I tried to instill in him
  • that hard work was distinction enough.
  • Of all his peers,
  • he was the last to return from Rumspringa.
  • Esther and I--
  • we feared that the world had taken him, but then,
  • like all the others, he came back to the fold,
  • deliberate,
  • committed,
  • ready for covenant.
  • And we told ourselves
  • that he had stared sin
  • squarely in the eyes.
  • He had seen the pores of the devil,
  • only to come home inured.
  • He overdosed on our fentanyl,
  • the honey we make.
  • I don't know what to say.
  • We made a pact, our community.
  • The product was not for our own taking.
  • So I continue to ask myself,
  • was Amos
  • weak?
  • Was he unready?
  • I felt the same way when my son Clay was hurt.
  • All due respect, Bill, your boy's still alive.
  • Only by the grace of God.
  • Esther is mute with grief.
  • The entire congregation looks to me now,
  • wondering which way is north.
  • It's the same place it always was, Jeremiah.
  • Your people will follow your lead.
  • Do you know why my son was in Reston?
  • I was going to ask you the same question.
  • ( haunting music )
  • ♪ ♪
  • May I ask a favor of you?
  • Anything.
  • Jeremiah: Local authorities are holding his body,
  • but we need to bury him come sundown tomorrow.
  • Given your connections, I was hoping you could help.
  • I'll make some phone calls.
  • ♪ ♪
  • ( sighs ) ( door opens )
  • What the fuck is going on?
  • Deputy Hulce.
  • What is this?
  • Woman: This is a DEA safe house.
  • I'm Agent Nora Barnes.
  • You've already met my partner, Luis Castillo.
  • Luis: Sorry, I couldn't tell you anything
  • until Agent Barnes arrived.
  • Kolach?
  • Is this about Bill Boone?
  • He's smuggling drugs into the US.
  • The Mennonites are his supplier, right?
  • That's some good police work, Deputy,
  • but we need you to step aside.
  • I can't.
  • I have a body in the morgue. I have an open case.
  • Close it.
  • We don't want to scare either party away.
  • They got eyes in your department.
  • Amos Miller was 19. He was murdered.
  • If we find evidence of a murder,
  • we will bring charges,
  • but for now, we have bigger priorities.
  • Nora: There's an opioid crisis in this country.
  • Luis: And we don't want a small-town hunch
  • jeopardizing our investigation.
  • I'm not-- I was in the NYPD.
  • Nora: We know. We pulled your file,
  • saw what happened there.
  • Ortez Mackey, 19, same age as Amos Miller.
  • Luis: Look, we all got our own shit.
  • You played nice with the department then.
  • We're just asking you to do the same now.
  • That's not why I--
  • Let this go.
  • ( uneasy synth music )
  • ♪ ♪
  • Woman on recording: There are many ways
  • we let ourselves suffer.
  • We all have mental and physical pain
  • that at times can feel like too much to bear.
  • This is why the first step
  • is to recognize it,
  • and only then can we regain control.
  • ( approaching footsteps )
  • What the f--
  • Jeremiah Miller just paid me a visit.
  • He's afflicted by his son's overdose.
  • Get some rest, huh?
  • There's no way Bill needs you at the dealership this early.
  • I just want to get a head start.
  • Don't worry, I'll be out of here soon.
  • Thomas: I-- (sighs )
  • About last night,
  • I wasn't trying to be a dick.
  • You just... don't know Bill the way I do.
  • Thomas, you made your point--
  • a number of times--
  • but I'm not changing my mind.
  • I need this job.
  • Okay.
  • ( Thomas sighs )
  • Okay.
  • What are you doing?
  • Come here.
  • It's your first day. You're gonna need to eat something, so
  • scrambled, or sunny side up?
  • ( school bell rings )
  • Townes.
  • I can't talk.
  • Have you seen Henry?
  • She wasn't in homeroom.
  • Not my problem.
  • Wait, weren't you helping her?
  • Henry doesn't want my help. She doesn't want friends.
  • ( sighs )
  • Henry's phone: Hey, it's Henry. Leave a message.
  • Zach: Hey, Jenna.
  • Oh, shit, sorry, were you on the phone?
  • Oh, uh,
  • - no, it's okay. - Um, listen, I was wondering,
  • a few of us are going to Lincoln tonight to prank them back,
  • you know, after the stunt they pulled on our girls' bathroom.
  • Right.
  • Um, do you think
  • maybe you want to come with me?
  • - Oh, uh... - I don't know if it sounds stupid to you.
  • I mean, it kind of does, but I think it'll be fun.
  • I don't know-- unless you got other stuff.
  • Sure.
  • Sweet. Cool, okay.
  • Well, I will text you the details.
  • You know, in fact, I can even--
  • I can even pick you up, if you want.
  • Yeah, okay.
  • Cool, awesome.
  • ( rock music )
  • ♪ Hit the pavement ♪
  • ♪ Anything you want and you can chase it ♪
  • ♪ Future in your hands, can you taste it? ♪
  • ♪ Work it baby ♪
  • ♪ Work it baby ♪
  • ♪ Don't waste it waste it ♪
  • ♪ Anything you want you can chase it ♪
  • ♪ Chase it ♪
  • ♪ Where you going where you going ♪
  • ♪ Where you going now ♪
  • ♪ Where you going where you going ♪
  • ( laughs )
  • You're crazy. All right!
  • Have you been in my barn all night?
  • I'm--I'm pretty sure I can explain.
  • You don't get off my porch,
  • I'm gonna split you in half.
  • Okay.
  • It's just, my car broke down
  • - In my closet? - No. ( laughs )
  • No, just, like, a mile down the road.
  • And how did you get in my house?
  • I have a key.
  • The hell you do.
  • I do. Lizzie gave it to me.
  • Lizzie?
  • Why would my daughter give some nutty girl the key to my house?
  • Because I'm a student aide.
  • I volunteer in the homes of sick people
  • - and sort of help them. - I'm not sick.
  • Even if I were,
  • what would Lizzie know about it?
  • Not that she'd give a damn.
  • Lizzie, your daughter?
  • Um...
  • I...
  • You know, I don't know. She just hired me to...
  • come help around the house, to help clean the house
  • because it needs it
  • and... on my way here,
  • my car literally just slid off the road
  • because of the black ice,
  • and I have no cell reception out here,
  • so I had to walk a mile from my car to get here.
  • And when I knocked on the door, nobody answered,
  • so I just decided to start working...
  • in the closet.
  • How come Lizzie didn't tell me she was sending someone?
  • I don't know.
  • I don't know why she would do that.
  • Did she warn you about me?
  • - Um... - No, you can tell me.
  • What did she say?
  • She does have a tendency not to hold back.
  • I know that much.
  • Yeah, right.
  • I think you should just ask her when she gets here.
  • Lizzie's com--
  • coming here?
  • Yeah, she just told me to call her when I'm finished cleaning,
  • and that should only take a few hours,
  • and then she's gonna be here.
  • I hope you brought a vacuum.
  • Have you got a name?
  • Henry.
  • Henry? (laughs)
  • Well, that's dumb.
  • You can call me Dippy.
  • That's much better.
  • ( scoffs )
  • Sorry.
  • So have you always lived here?
  • Dippy: Since '62.
  • Same year I got pregnant.
  • Terrible winter.
  • Y-- it isn't always like this, just so you know.
  • I'm in the middle of a project,
  • and I wasn't expecting company.
  • What project?
  • ( mutters )
  • What time did you say that Lizzie was coming by?
  • It should just be a few hours.
  • I...
  • Not so sure this is a good idea.
  • I haven't even showered.
  • Well, if you want to go get ready, I can...
  • you know, I can start cleaning up around here.
  • You won't even know that I'm here.
  • All right.
  • Well, if--if you steal anything, I'll know it.
  • - Got it. - And you can start with dishes.
  • Okay.
  • ( phone ringing )
  • Female voice: You have reached the voice mailbox
  • - belonging to-- - Townes: Townes Linderman.
  • Voice: Please leave a message after the tone.
  • ( tone )
  • Hey, Townes. Uh...
  • It's me. It's Henry.
  • Um...
  • ( whispering ) So listen, I teleported again
  • to the same place,
  • and it turns out that it is a house:
  • my house,
  • or at least it used to be.
  • I'm pretty sure I used to live here
  • when I was little.
  • I don't really remember.
  • Um, but I think there has to be something
  • pretty significant about it.
  • because I moved around, like, a lot.
  • Anyway, I don't know what the fuck to do,
  • so call me back. Wait!
  • No, no, no, don't call me back.
  • I don't have service, so do not call me back, not on this number.
  • I'll--I can just call you again.
  • Okay, bye.
  • Cleo: This model has a 1.8-liter, four-cylinder engine,
  • 132 horsepower,
  • gets about 30 miles to the gallon,
  • driving with the standard five-speed manual transmission.
  • Yeah, but this car's got
  • over 150,000 miles on it.
  • It's not about the number of miles.
  • It's about how they got there.
  • There's no wear on the suspension,
  • no cracks in the belts.
  • I'm gonna think about it.
  • Well, let's--let's take it for a test drive.
  • No, I appreciate your help, ma'am.
  • Just around the block. It'll take about five minutes.
  • - You won't regret it. - You have a good day.
  • ( sighs )
  • You got this, Cleo. You got this, Cleo.
  • Now, why am I--
  • Both: Oh, I'm sorry. - Sorry about that.
  • Excuse me-- no, no, it's--it's my fault.
  • I'm a little on edge.
  • I'm--it's my first day.
  • I'm Cleo Coles.
  • I'm Lucas Boone.
  • Nice--oh, yeah, you're Bill's other son.
  • Yeah, yeah. Um...
  • So--you mind if I bum one of those off of you?
  • Oh, yeah.
  • - Thanks. - Yeah.
  • Thanks.
  • - You mind if I... - Yeah.
  • Can I ask you something?
  • Have you ever seen anybody
  • sell a car on their first day?
  • Oh, I don't know. I... work back here.
  • I memorized everything, that whole manual,
  • and I just-- it's just not taking, you know?
  • Well, my dad's favorite catchphrase is
  • "You don't sell cars with numbers,
  • sell them with feelings,"
  • for whatever that's worth.
  • So, like, how the car makes you feel,
  • you know, like, with the wind in your hair, kind of thing?
  • Yeah, sure, I guess. Yeah.
  • That's--that's really good advice.
  • Thanks, Lucas.
  • Yeah. Good luck.
  • Cleo: Thanks.
  • Sheriff Dale: Deputy?
  • What's the status on that Mennonite DB?
  • Open.
  • You waiting on tox reports?
  • No. Screenings came back
  • with fatal levels of fentanyl.
  • So why the hell is it still open?
  • These people want their son's body back.
  • How do you know that?
  • Excuse me?
  • I'm just curious how you know they want their son's body back.
  • Who told you that?
  • The case is closed, Deputy.
  • Hand it over.
  • ( tense music )
  • ♪ ♪
  • All right, no peeking.
  • Yeah.
  • Okay?
  • Hang on.
  • Open 'em.
  • Huh?
  • What do you think?
  • Nice, right?
  • Yeah, it's your room.
  • Biggest room in the house. It's on the main floor.
  • - I brought all your stuff-- - No, I don't want these here.
  • - What? - I don't want these trophies here.
  • Yeah, yeah, you want to be surrounded
  • - by your accomplishments-- - Just get rid of 'em!
  • Okay.
  • Okay, we'll get 'em out for now.
  • Look, this is just the beginning, Clay.
  • We're--we're putting in ramps.
  • we're gonna put railings in the bathroom.
  • We're lowering all the countertops.
  • We're gonna get things back to normal around here
  • real quick, son.
  • Just get out.
  • All right, buddy, you just take a minute.
  • ( stiffly ) Okay.
  • - You let me know if you need anything. - Yeah.
  • ( breathing heavily )
  • ( dial tone )
  • Jenna: Hey, this is Jenna. Sorry I couldn't take your call,
  • but leave a message, and I'll get back to you
  • as soon as I can. Have a great day.
  • ( beep )
  • ( sighs )
  • ( objects clatter )
  • Young Henry: Daddy?
  • Man: Come on.
  • Shh, it's okay.
  • Shh...
  • Be quiet.
  • Henry: Daddy?
  • ( haunting music )
  • ♪ ♪
  • Daddy?
  • ♪ ♪
  • Daddy?
  • ( high-pitched whine )
  • ( hissing noise )
  • Ah!
  • Dippy: What was that?
  • Henry?
  • ( doorbell rings )
  • Lucas.
  • Hey, Mom.
  • Hi.
  • - Hi. - Hey.
  • You said if I was ever in town
  • to drop by, so I just figured...
  • How are you? How's Clay?
  • Uh, he's... he's all right.
  • He's... getting more used to things.
  • Well, what a nice surprise.
  • Honey, you didn't tell me Lucas was visiting.
  • Yeah, I didn't call. I'm Sorry.
  • Well, you picked the perfect time to drop by.
  • We're just about to eat.
  • Yeah, sure, that-- that would be great.
  • All right.
  • You want to take it for a test drive?
  • Oh, I'm just looking, thanks.
  • You looking for anything specific?
  • I just need something
  • to take my kids from school to hockey practice.
  • Well, what about you?
  • What about me?
  • Well, what kind of car do you want?
  • What would make you feel good?
  • ( laughs ) I just need something big enough
  • to schlep the kids around.
  • What kind of car did you drive when you were younger?
  • I had a VW Rabbit in high school. Remember those?
  • Yeah, of course.
  • What color?
  • Yellow.
  • Then you are definitely not a minivan girl.
  • Follow me.
  • Now,
  • this one is not a Rabbit,
  • but it's pretty great.
  • It's got a five-star safety rating,
  • all-wheel drive,
  • and most importantly,
  • leather seats.
  • Take a look.
  • That's nice.
  • Yeah?
  • Maybe a bit too nice. I have three boys,
  • six, nine, and 12, so...
  • Oof.
  • Well, the good news is that
  • the leather's not that much more,
  • and I gotta tell you, I practically raised my daughter
  • in a station wagon with cloth seats.
  • It was a nightmare,
  • 'cause, like, you know, with leather,
  • you can wipe the spills away and the stains, no problem,
  • but with cloth, not so much.
  • After a few months,
  • I wanted to set that thing on fire
  • 'cause everything smelled like rotten milk and tuna.
  • ( laughter )
  • Now, we don't have this in yellow, but...
  • what do you think of this cherry red?
  • - Can I--Yeah? - Yeah, please.
  • ( sighs ) ( laughs )
  • It's nice, right?
  • Can I take it for a test drive?
  • Yeah, yeah, let me just go get the keys.
  • - Great. - You make yourself at home.
  • I'd make you pay for whatever it is you broke,
  • but it's all a heap of junk anyhow.
  • They can throw it away when I die.
  • Oh, nice job cleaning. ( laughs )
  • Henry: Do you want me to...
  • Can I?
  • Can you what?
  • I can help.
  • If it'll make you feel useful.
  • I need to ask you something.
  • You know, I used to get my nails done
  • once a week.
  • Not much point these days.
  • When I called Lizzie
  • to tell her I got lung cancer, you know what she said?
  • She said...
  • "I'm sorry for you, Mom."
  • ( laughs ) Oh, well, what does that mean?
  • "I'm sorry for you."
  • ( Dippy coughs )
  • When my mother died, I was on my honeymoon
  • and I called my father
  • and asked if I should come back,
  • and he said,
  • "No, your mother has a little cold.
  • Nothing to worry about."
  • ( haunting music )
  • Dippy: Is your mother still alive?
  • ♪ ♪
  • Are you two close?
  • Not really.
  • Dippy: You know, I have never met a family
  • that didn't do anything but make themselves
  • miserable with each other? Not my own, not my friends.
  • And then, when my husband took off,
  • I had to
  • move in with my sister,
  • and boy, that was not good for anybody.
  • So you haven't always lived here?
  • Well, I rented it out for a couple of years
  • to a young married couple.
  • Henry: Oh. Did they have kids?
  • A little girl.
  • Dippy: And for a while, they seemed okay-- happy enough--
  • but then, of course, that wasn't the case. ( laughs )
  • Oh, that husband was a piece of work.
  • Really?
  • How--how so? What was he--
  • Dippy: Well, he had that, uh,
  • now what do they call it? Some condition.
  • Paranoid schizophrenic.
  • ( coughing softly )
  • ♪ ♪
  • Are you sure that that's what he had?
  • Dippy: Oh, yes, a violent one.
  • He destroyed half my house
  • and then left them without a penny.
  • That woman
  • and her little girl--
  • ugh, what a mess.
  • But they were better off for it, that's what I think.
  • Ah, watch the skin!
  • Sorry.
  • ( man clears throat )
  • Lucas, what college did you say you were going to?
  • Uh, actually, I don't--
  • Uh, I don't go to college.
  • Oh ( laughs ) I'm sorry. I thought that I heard
  • you were studying with your father.
  • Yeah, to be a mechanic.
  • Lucas deferred school for a few years.
  • He still might go back, though.
  • Woman: Of course.
  • Lucas, your mom told me that you've had your plate full lately with your brother.
  • It's very good of you to be by his side.
  • Yeah, well, you do what you can for family.
  • Woman: Absolutely. I can't imagine
  • how hard it's been for all of you.
  • Especially you, Wendy. You're so busy with church.
  • Well, we have a very supportive community here,
  • but... it's been difficult.
  • Man: Well, I can attest to that.
  • After my knee surgery, I was in a wheelchair for six weeks.
  • Miserable experience.
  • (man clears throat)
  • You know, Lucas, I, uh,
  • gave a sermon last Sunday about your brother.
  • Oh, you did?
  • Robert, Lucas doesn't want to discuss religion.
  • - Let him-- - No, actually, I'd like to hear it.
  • Robert: It was about challenges
  • that God allows into our lives to test us.
  • There's a passage from the book of Romans that goes,
  • "Those who are strong
  • have an obligation to bear with the failings of the weak."
  • Yeah, that makes sense.
  • Female voice: You have reached the voice--
  • Fuck.
  • Wow.
  • Dippy: ( laughs ) Don't compliment me.
  • I know, I clean up all right.
  • And besides, if you compliment
  • as well as you clean,
  • well, I might just end up insulted.
  • ( laughs )
  • Oh, look at this place.
  • Worse than when you got here. Wait till Lizzie sees
  • what she's paying you for.
  • Do you think I look okay?
  • I do.
  • It's been seven years.
  • - Since you saw Lizzie? - Yeah.
  • ( chuckles )
  • Dippy: Oh... When--when is she
  • getting here, anyway?
  • She still driving that pickup?
  • You know, maybe I should give her a call and see
  • like, just where she's at.
  • Yeah, go ahead.
  • Okay.
  • Do you have a phone somewhere else?
  • You want to talk behind my back?
  • Henry: No.
  • What has Lizzie been telling you about me?
  • - Nothing. - Dippy: Did she tell you
  • that I'm some kind of maniac?
  • A--a shut-in?
  • ( scoffs )
  • Henry: No.
  • You can use the phone in my bedroom.
  • ( coughs )
  • - Nice to meet you. - You too.
  • Food was great.
  • Come by next Sunday.
  • Ah, I gotta work then, but thank you for
  • having me here.
  • Thanks.
  • I called him several times.
  • I told you that.
  • He wouldn't call me back, and your dad and I are just
  • - oil and water. - You know, honestly, Mom, it's fine.
  • Don't worry about it. You were too busy
  • telling people about your son's accident
  • to actually go and visit him,
  • so... ( laughs )
  • I pray for you two every night.
  • It's actions, Mom.
  • Actions show love.
  • I knew you came here to guilt me.
  • Lucas: No, I didn't.
  • No? Then why?
  • Wendy: Huh?
  • I don't see you for months
  • and then you just show up out of the blue?
  • Good-bye, Mom.
  • ( door closes )
  • ( teens giggling )
  • Jenna: Shh, be quiet. - No.
  • Zach: Stop being so paranoid.
  • ( teens muttering )
  • - Damian: Yo, this prank is sick. - Zach: I know, right?
  • Damian: Yo, Lincoln's basically underwater, bro.
  • Zach: Look at this. Damian: School's-- school's drowning.
  • Zach: Drowning. Damian: School's drowning.
  • Jenna: Let me to the other side.
  • Okay, okay. Sorry, sorry.
  • ( laughs )
  • Damian: It's genius. Zach: I know.
  • Patty: So, what's up with you and Zach?
  • Nothing.
  • He's cute.
  • He's sweet, too.
  • Do you like him?
  • I don't know.
  • Patty: Jenna, you always do this.
  • No, I don't. Do what?
  • You always have all these boys vying for your attention
  • and you never do anything about it.
  • It's like you're asexual or something.
  • I'm not asexual.
  • Look, I'm just saying that
  • Zach would be the perfect starter boyfriend.
  • Jenna: Starter boyfriend?
  • Yeah, like the samples at Costco.
  • You take a bite, but you don't have to buy it
  • if it leaves a bad taste in your mouth.
  • Patty, you're ridiculous.
  • I'm just saying--
  • Damian!
  • Just put me down!
  • Whoa, you're heavier than I thought.
  • No.
  • Patty: You're such a jerk.
  • Come on, grab these cups.
  • We've gotta get all this water
  • and pour it down the hall. Come on.
  • Zach: Hey. Having a good time?
  • Uh... yeah.
  • Good. Glad you came.
  • Patty: I thought you said security started at 10:00.
  • Damian: That's what they said when I called.
  • You called the school?
  • Guys, guys, security! Go, go, go.
  • - Guard: Hey, hey, stop! Who's there? - This way.
  • - Jenna: Where are you going? - Zach: He can't follow all of us.
  • God damn it!
  • This way.
  • Oh, shit, get down!
  • Under here.
  • Guard: Goddamn kids...
  • Shh, shh.
  • Guard: God damn it.
  • - What if we-- - Shh.
  • - ( softly ) What if we get caught? - We won't.
  • - You don't know that. - Yeah, I do. I'm a ninja.
  • ( door creaks )
  • Don't move. Don't move.
  • ( stifled laughter )
  • ( nervous laughing )
  • Um...
  • We should get going.
  • Wait.
  • But what if--
  • Can I kiss you?
  • Um...
  • ( heavy breathing )
  • Is this okay?
  • A little slower.
  • Oh.
  • Oh...
  • Mm.
  • We can stop.
  • No, I--I can go slower.
  • - I'm sorry. Zach: It's okay.
  • I think we should just go meet up with everyone.
  • Gale: Good night, Lucas.
  • Cleo: Lucas?
  • Lucas, I did it!
  • I did what you told me to, and I just sold my first car!
  • Thank you so much.
  • I can't believe it.
  • ( haunting music )
  • ♪ ♪
  • It's freezing out there tonight.
  • Yeah, thanks for meeting me.
  • Of course.
  • I've been wanting to get a side business going for years,
  • but my father refuses to listen.
  • Yeah, mine too.
  • It's kind of hot in here.
  • I run cold.
  • So what's your plan for getting the
  • product into new markets?
  • What?
  • What'd you do that for?
  • ♪ ♪
  • - For Clay. - Clay?
  • That's my fucking brother,
  • you fucking piece of shit!
  • ( grunts )
  • Fuck you!
  • Fuck you!
  • ( grunting, grasping )
  • ( music quiets )
  • ♪ ♪
  • ( sighs )
  • ♪ ♪
  • ( eerie music )
  • ♪ ♪
  • Sorry, I know it's a long drive.
  • I just really need to get out of here, so...
  • Yeah, I think I'm, like, about a mile from the highway.
  • Okay.
  • Henry: Yeah, please hurry.
  • Henry: Okay, bye.
  • - Dippy, I-- - She's not coming, is she?
  • I'm sorry. I didn't--I didn't--
  • Get out.
  • Please, th--
  • There's just this thing that happens to me,
  • and it brought me here
  • and I was just trying to figure out why.
  • Get out of my house.
  • ( uneasy rock music )
  • ♪ ♪
  • Examiner: Everything's in order.
  • ♪ ♪
  • You're free to take him now, Mr. Miller.
  • ♪ ♪
  • I'm sorry.
  • ♪ ♪
  • Patty: And then we were in the bathroom and we were
  • crammed into this tiny little stall
  • and Damian wouldn't stop laughing,
  • so I had to tell him to shut up.
  • And I saw the flashlight,
  • and I just jumped out the window
  • and it wasn't even that far of a drop,
  • but Damian, with his knee hurt,
  • and--ugh, such a baby.
  • Jenna.
  • Sorry, what?
  • How far did you go with Zach?
  • Jesus, Patty, keep your voice down.
  • What? Your dad's not even working tonight.
  • Just tell me before the boys get here.
  • It wasn't a big deal.
  • Well, did you make out?
  • A little.
  • And then I gave him a hand-job.
  • Really?
  • I mean... it's just what seemed like was right.
  • Patty: Well tell me he gave you a little something, too.
  • ( scoffs )
  • There--there wasn't enough time.
  • Jenna, there's always time.
  • Boys can be so selfish.
  • Here they come. Uh, please don't say anything to Zach.
  • You know I wouldn't.
  • Hey, guys.
  • - Hey. - Hi.
  • ( softly ) Starter boyfriend.
  • Another round, Iris?
  • Iris: No, I'm gonna settle up, Gill.
  • I gotta get to work.
  • Didn't know you were
  • working night shifts.
  • I'm filling in for Cleo.
  • She's working for Bill Boone now.
  • Gill: Oh, yeah? Good for her.
  • Right.
  • What man doesn't love
  • a good Cinderella story?
  • ( melancholy guitar music )
  • ♪ ♪
  • ♪ Everything is free now ♪
  • ♪ That's what they say ♪
  • ♪ Everything I ever done ♪
  • ♪ Gotta give it away ♪
  • ♪ Someone hit the big score ♪
  • ♪ Figured it out ♪
  • ♪ That we're gonna do it anyway ♪
  • ♪ Even if it doesn't pay ♪
  • ♪ ♪
  • Henry: Hey.
  • ♪ ♪
  • Thanks for coming to get me.
  • You okay?
  • ♪ Gas up the car ♪
  • Can you take me to Reston?
  • Yeah.
  • Uh,
  • where is that?
  • Just drive. I can show you.
  • ♪ I've done it before ♪
  • ( ominous music )
  • ♪ ♪
  • ( cell phone rings )
  • ♪ ♪
  • Woman: Really, Nikolai?
  • I'm done.
  • Woman: We lost one.
  • That's not good for the company.
  • We--
  • we lost two.
  • Woman: Yes, the boy.
  • That was unfortunate.
  • But there's a new series of gravitational shifts
  • that match the profile.
  • You know how rare this is.
  • ♪ ♪
  • We have an arrangement, Nikolai.
  • Which I've paid for twice over.
  • Woman: ( laughs ) And what are you going to do
  • with only one shipment of Factor?
  • Crawl under the porch and die?
  • One last assignment, and I'll give you enough for a year.
  • How does that sound? A whole year.
  • - One more. Woman: One more.
  • Where?
  • Woman: A small town in upstate New York.
  • A place called Reston.
  • ( haunting music )
  • ♪ ♪

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Left with no one's support, Henry returns to the unknown place only to discover a startling connection to her past.

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