Sense8 S1Ep07 script

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Sense8 (2015)

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season 1 - episode 7
"W.W.N. Double D?"

Created by

Lana Wachowski & Lilly Wachowski

Written by

Lana Wachowski
Lilly Wachowski
J. Michael Straczynski

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S01-Ep.07: "W. W. N. Double D?"

Nomi makes a shocking discovery about her former doctor, while Will gets closer to the truth behind his visions and Kala's doubts grow stronger.

TRANSCRIPTION

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[eclectic orchestral theme plays]

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[Nomi] This isn't a fair fight.

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We need to level the playing field

and that's what this guy does.

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[Neets] And you trust him?

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Because you were hackers together?

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Because he got caught

hacking the Pentagon during the war.

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Couldn't have been very serious.

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- It was.

- Then why isn't he in jail?

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Because I took the fall for him.

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I was a juvenile. I had rich parents.

I got off with community service.

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I never told you because I didn't think

that I would ever have to revisit

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this part of my life.

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I'm sorry.

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[guard] Attention.

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This is Prisoner 773.

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Teach her the rules.

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[woman] It is her.

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Here he comes.

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- The embezzler.

- You stole all of those investors' money?

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[tsking] Shamed your father and brother.

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And almost destroyed their company.

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Well done.

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[van door slams]

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[Nomi] Hey, Bug.

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Where's Mike?

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It's me. I'm... Mike.

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Oh, shit.

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Fuck!

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Right, totally forgot.

I'm a fucking idiot.

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'Course it's you, buddy! [laughs]

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'Course it's you.

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Not you, like the old you,

like a new, hot version of you.

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Shit, Mike.

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You're a total fox!

I would do you! I would.

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I would totally-- I mean not like,

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not in a degrading way, like that sounded,

but total compliment.

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- Thank you.

- Her name's Nomi.

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OK.

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- Who's this?

- This is my girlfriend.

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- Seriously? Shit!

- Bug.

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Right.

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Business.

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Everything you need.

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Right here.

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Hey, look, if you guys are startin'

some crime-fightin' super-team

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Charlie's Angels shit,

you count me in.

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OK. Let's start you off

with some switch hooks.

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I need a candygram and a feedtrough

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that'll burrow through

any firewall ever built.

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Things are gettin' exciting.

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And how about a waterwitch?

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No, but I do have...

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A Ragemaster?

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That's NSA grade.

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Serious hard-on when that showed up.

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Yeah. I know what you mean.

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Is all of this equipment illegal?

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Well, with this kind of technology,

legality is a bit of a moving target.

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- Ah.

- I figure justice is as justice does.

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If the government

can use this shit to spy on us,

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why shouldn't we be able to spy on them?

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Missed you, buddy.

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I married my husband

when I was 22 years old.

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I felt like I was a very lucky woman.

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Then he lost his job.

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And he started drinking.

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And then... beating me.

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I could guess how bad the beating would be

by the hands of the clock.

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Time was a source of terror.

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But in here, every moment

spent free of that man is a gift.

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But... why are you here?

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Because I put rat poison in his bibimbap

and killed the motherfucker.

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She did her husband, too.

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He was a bad man.

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And you?

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I pushed my father's wheelchair

down an elevator shaft,

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with him still in it.

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In this country, sometimes the only place

you can find a brave and honest woman

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is in prison.

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You guys have been so good to me.

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I just want to do something for you.

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Hernando, I know you've been dying

to come to this restaurant

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ever since Lito talked about the food.

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I saw you and your little

emoticon sad face.

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- [Hernando chuckles]

- Hm?

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But here you are... out in the world,

sitting next to each other.

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[plate rattling]

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Come on! Let's enjoy it.

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This is not working, Daniela.

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We went to the wrestling thing together.

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- It's different.

- Why?

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Because that was a guy thing,

and this is a romantic restaurant?

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Exactly.

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- You worry too much.

- [Lito sighs]

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This is totally working.

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If a photographer comes up

or someone that wants an autograph,

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all Hernando has to do

is stand up and glower at them,

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and I guarantee everyone in this room

will believe he's your new bodyguard.

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- I-- I can glower. I-- I can do that.

- [Daniela] See?

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[hushed giggling, chatter]

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- Hi. Um... can we take a picture?

- [Daniela clearing throat]

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I'm sorry, Mr. Rodriguez is busy.

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- It's OK. It's OK. It's OK.

- [stammers] Oh-- Oh, OK.

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Thank you. Hi.

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[cameras clicking]

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- OK.

- Thank you very much.

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- We have to go.

- This is my fault.

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- It was my fault.

- It isn't your fault.

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- Relax.

- [Lito] Let's go, please.

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[camera shutters clicking]

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The man is eating. Leave him in peace, OK?

Leave him in peace!

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Oh, my God!

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- [softly] How was it?

- So good!

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[whispers] I... I believed it.

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I mean, I fully believed it.

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I believed it, too.

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[all laughing]

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[Capheus] Oh, my God. [laughs]

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Clouds!

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Look at them! So close.

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Beautiful.

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[laughs]

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How amazing is this, huh?

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I've never been on a plane.

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Hey, you are so lucky.

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No, I'm not lucky.

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Of course you are.

You are flying, above clouds.

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Privileged, not lucky.

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You are lucky 'cause you are

still able to see your father.

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That is something I dream about,

but will never happen again.

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I'm sorry.

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It's OK.

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I lost my father,

but I still have my mother.

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I wish I could see the world that simply.

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Riley, look out of the window.

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Those are actual clouds.

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But what if something terrible happens

because of me going back?

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What if something wonderful happens? Eh?

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[chuckles]

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First class, huh? It's nice.

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[chuckles]

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[laughing]

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[whispers] I love you.

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[elevator dings]

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Mr. Gonzalez! How are you doing?

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My new bodyguard, Hernando.

My girlfriend, Daniela.

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You'll be seeing a lot of them.

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[laughing]

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[upbeat melody on ukulele]

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[singing "Baba O'Riley"]

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Hi, Pop. [laughs]

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- I missed you so much.

- I missed you, too. [giggles]

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- Thank you.

- [father whispers indistinctly]

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[chattering, laughing]

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[shrieks, giggles]

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OK, OK, you have to admit

that was the best night out of your lives.

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[Hernando]

This, this was our first night out ever.

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Ever.

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- [Lito] Champagne. Orange juice.

- [masked man] Welcome home!

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- [chuckles] Make you a drink?

- What the fuck are you doing here?

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"The fuck"? [grunts]

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The fuck is the reason that I'm here.

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Lito, call the police.

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Hey! [tsking]

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I know I'm the bad guy,

that's why I wore this mask.

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[whispers] But this is not the real me.

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Shh.

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See?

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I'm not the bad guy.

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I'm the sad guy.

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- You're drunk.

- You're gonna have to leave, Joaquin.

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Enter the hero. The big hero.

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[laughs]

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The man every guy wants to be

and every girl wants to fuck.

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Don't touch him.

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Oh. Who's the tough guy? Huh?

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He's my bodyguard, Joaquin. So, please.

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He just broke a photographer's arm.

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There's been enough violence for tonight.

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That's cool. Cool, cool.

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No violence.

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I don't want no violence.

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What do you want, Joaquin?

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I wanna know what I did wrong

and what he did right, that's all.

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For starters... Lito's never hit me.

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Wait, that's not fair.

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This is Mexico. I am a man.

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I was raised that way.

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You hit your woman

to make her respect you. Fuck!

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Well, Lito's twice the man you'll ever be!

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I know.

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Oh, fuck. I know.

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That's why I'm here.

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Why?

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[sighs]

Because I want to see it for myself.

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Wanna be a better footballer,

watch the best.

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Wanna be a better baller...

do the same.

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What?

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I wanna see you fuck her, Lito.

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Jesus Christ!

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I know how it sounds, but please!

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Give the guy a break.

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You're the better man. You won.

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You fucked her away from me.

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So I just thought maybe I could

learn how to fuck her back,

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or at least how to fuck the next her

away from someone else.

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- That's it. I'm calling the police.

- Oh, no, no. Please. No, wait! Hey!

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Listen to me. Wait, Dani. Listen to me.

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Leave it! Leave it!

Get the fuck out of here!

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- [Hernando] That's it.

- [Joaquin] I don't want to go.

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I'm leaving, I'm leaving.

Please. OK, I'm going. I'm going.

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Lito, fuck her in good health!

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[Hernando locks door]

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[sighs]

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My bodyguard.

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I'm feeling very

Whitney Houston right now.

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[laughs]

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[chuckles]

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Amanita never told me

she was dating Robin Hood.

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[chuckles]

Nom's got this whole secret identity, Mom.

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Silicon Valley nerd by day,

political hacktivist by night.

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- She tried to go straight--

- Hey, I would never go straight.

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[laughs] She tried to play by the rules,

and they tried to lobotomize her.

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I'm sensing a bit of a negative vibe here.

You guys picking up on this?

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Your Spidey sense tingling

or something, 5-0? [chuckles]

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Maybe this wasn't

the most prudent decision.

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- We'll be all right.

- Y'all just need to be cool

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and let me do the talkin', a'ight?

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You know, I still can't believe

how you're just taking this all in stride.

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If someone told me they were hearing

other people's voices in their heads,

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I'd be sure they slipped off

their medication.

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Child of the '60s.

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If you didn't hear voices at least once,

you were doing something wrong.

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- You sure you got the right kid?

- [scoffs]

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- I never seen him with your crew.

- That's the point. He's an eye.

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You're not supposed to see him,

but he sees you.

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Like the man says,

when you look into the ghetto...

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the ghetto looks back at you.

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[mother] There was a time when people

who heard voices were considered saints.

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It wasn't a sign of madness,

it was a sign of the miraculous.

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Still is, as far as I'm concerned.

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[chuckling]

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[man] Oh, yeah!

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- Game time! You niggas are sweet!

- [man] Yeah!

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Yeah!

246

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[silent mouthing]

247

00:18:54,968 --> 00:18:56,469

Oh, shit.

248

00:18:57,095 --> 00:18:59,555

Ludicrous Lincoln. Fuck me.

249

00:19:01,641 --> 00:19:03,517

Why'd it have to be Lincoln?

250

00:19:03,601 --> 00:19:05,144

You and Lincoln got history or somethin'?

251

00:19:06,437 --> 00:19:09,816

My boy got all Romeo

with the former Ms. Ludicrous.

252

00:19:09,899 --> 00:19:11,567

[DeShawn] Damn, Will!

253

00:19:14,194 --> 00:19:15,529

When Nita was very young,

254

00:19:15,613 --> 00:19:19,742

I took her to her first July 4th picnic,

and she got scared by the fireworks.

255

00:19:19,826 --> 00:19:22,453

Still hate 'em.

Why celebrate with symbols of war?

256

00:19:22,536 --> 00:19:25,832

- Wars are always a failure.

- Yes, honey.

257

00:19:25,915 --> 00:19:29,127

But she got frightened,

and before I knew it, she was gone.

258

00:19:29,209 --> 00:19:32,338

Lost. A million people around me.

259

00:19:32,421 --> 00:19:36,300

I felt this panic starting to rise up,

but before it hit,

260

00:19:36,383 --> 00:19:39,595

I suddenly could hear her.

261

00:19:39,679 --> 00:19:40,805

Not her voice.

262

00:19:40,888 --> 00:19:45,184

It was the sound that she used to make

when she slept against my chest.

263

00:19:46,519 --> 00:19:51,065

- Aw.

- It was a... a feeling, or a vibration,

264

00:19:51,149 --> 00:19:53,651

and I-- I followed it straight to her.

265

00:19:53,734 --> 00:19:55,235

Waffle cone stand.

266

00:19:55,319 --> 00:19:57,613

I'm a simple girl. [laughs]

267

00:19:57,697 --> 00:20:01,701

No one believed me when I told them

how I found her, but it didn't matter.

268

00:20:01,784 --> 00:20:03,077

I knew what had happened.

269

00:20:03,703 --> 00:20:06,205

I'm one of those people

who's comfortable with the idea

270

00:20:06,288 --> 00:20:09,583

that there's more going on in this world

that we don't understand

271

00:20:09,667 --> 00:20:11,335

than all the things that we do.

272

00:20:11,418 --> 00:20:15,840

Hey, you know I'm askin' myself,

can this be that Officer Gorski?

273

00:20:16,966 --> 00:20:21,721

The very same Officer Gorski

that tried to stick his pork

274

00:20:21,804 --> 00:20:23,430

- into my motherfuckin' pussy?

- OK--

275

00:20:23,514 --> 00:20:25,725

- Shut the fuck up, Officer Gorski!

- Back the fuck up.

276

00:20:25,808 --> 00:20:28,769

Uh-uh. Nah, man. Ludicrous,

you gave me your word that you--

277

00:20:28,853 --> 00:20:30,604

Word don't mean shit to this punk.

278

00:20:30,688 --> 00:20:33,024

Let's all remember that

he has somethin' you want,

279

00:20:33,107 --> 00:20:34,734

you got somethin' he want.

C'mon, man.

280

00:20:38,821 --> 00:20:40,948

You know the fundamental

nature of the universe

281

00:20:41,032 --> 00:20:43,117

is not competition, Officer Gorski.

282

00:20:43,201 --> 00:20:46,162

No? What is it then?

283

00:20:47,205 --> 00:20:48,915

Commerce.

284

00:20:50,624 --> 00:20:52,501

[Neets] Find anything new on Metzger?

285

00:20:52,585 --> 00:20:56,005

Checking his travel records,

he has been all over the world.

286

00:20:56,089 --> 00:20:59,675

London, Istanbul, Switzerland,

Seoul, and Iceland.

287

00:20:59,759 --> 00:21:02,302

- Hm.

- And these are his insurance records,

288

00:21:02,386 --> 00:21:04,680

basically his work history

over the past year.

289

00:21:04,764 --> 00:21:07,016

You're looking for the operation

he was gonna do to you.

290

00:21:07,100 --> 00:21:11,104

Exactly. He's performed it three times

in the Bay area.

291

00:21:11,187 --> 00:21:12,939

What happened to the patients?

292

00:21:14,899 --> 00:21:16,734

Two of them died.

293

00:21:18,736 --> 00:21:20,029

And the third?

294

00:21:20,113 --> 00:21:21,488

What is it you want?

295

00:21:21,572 --> 00:21:23,616

- Diplomatic immunity.

- What?

296

00:21:23,699 --> 00:21:25,325

We want you to leave us the fuck alone.

297

00:21:26,285 --> 00:21:28,829

That includes your motherfuckin' pork.

298

00:21:28,913 --> 00:21:30,873

Fuck this shit.

How about we haul you in right now

299

00:21:30,957 --> 00:21:34,168

- for obstructing a federal investigation?

- [Will] Nobody's arresting anybody.

300

00:21:35,502 --> 00:21:37,504

If the information is good...
301

00:21:39,924 --> 00:21:43,302

- Can I help you?

- I'm here to see Niles Bolger.

302

00:21:43,385 --> 00:21:45,554

- He's a patient here.

- And you are?

303

00:21:45,638 --> 00:21:46,847

I'm his niece.

304

00:21:52,728 --> 00:21:55,564

4K, show him.

305

00:21:58,901 --> 00:21:59,944

[Will] All right.

306

00:22:01,237 --> 00:22:03,864

- You saw the van pull up?

- I knew somethin' was up.

307

00:22:03,948 --> 00:22:05,365

Smelled like the Feds.

308

00:22:05,449 --> 00:22:08,202

- They pull anything out of the building?

- Check it.

309

00:22:10,830 --> 00:22:12,290

Who's in the bag?

310

00:22:12,372 --> 00:22:14,125

Still unidentified at this point.

311

00:22:15,793 --> 00:22:18,129

- You get the license plates?

- Of course I got the plates.

312

00:22:18,212 --> 00:22:19,964

What you think we are,

amateur hour and shit?

313

00:22:20,047 --> 00:22:22,133

[men chuckling]

314

00:22:23,509 --> 00:22:24,885

I'll start a trace.

315

00:22:27,013 --> 00:22:29,182

[4K] Oh, yeah. Scary dude.

316

00:22:29,265 --> 00:22:32,559

The way he talked and everybody jumped,

figured he was the big dog.

317

00:22:32,643 --> 00:22:34,728

Hey, you know this dude, 5-0?

318

00:22:54,748 --> 00:22:57,126

The procedure was performed

by Dr. Metzger, right?

319

00:22:57,210 --> 00:23:01,005

Yes, Dr. Metzger

personally handled Mr. Bolger.

320

00:23:10,639 --> 00:23:12,975

Uncle Niles, it's me, Nomi.

321

00:23:28,824 --> 00:23:30,743

No-- Thank you.

322

00:23:33,120 --> 00:23:34,247

Nom!

323

00:23:34,914 --> 00:23:36,623

[Nomi sobs]

324

00:23:42,462 --> 00:23:43,589

Wha--?

325

00:23:48,135 --> 00:23:50,179

That could be me.

326

00:23:51,347 --> 00:23:52,430

It's not. You're here.

327

00:23:52,514 --> 00:23:55,226

Just promise me that no matter

what you have to do,

328

00:23:55,309 --> 00:23:57,435

you will not let that happen to me.

329

00:24:00,147 --> 00:24:01,399

Promise?

330

00:24:03,234 --> 00:24:04,944

I promise.

331

00:24:05,652 --> 00:24:06,862

[sniffling]

332

00:24:16,997 --> 00:24:20,626

I'm just saying that if our equipment

was used in some sort of criminal act,

333

00:24:20,709 --> 00:24:23,254

- clearly, we're not responsible.

- Clearly.

334

00:24:23,337 --> 00:24:26,173

- We'll need to know who rented this.

- Paperwork's in the back office,

335

00:24:26,257 --> 00:24:28,342

but without some sort of

warrant or something--

336

00:24:28,426 --> 00:24:29,969

The warrant's gonna go to your bosses.

337

00:24:30,052 --> 00:24:32,846

Probably have to file with corporate, too?

Just to be thorough.

338

00:24:32,930 --> 00:24:34,848

- Yeah.

- Trust me, man, you do not want that.

339

00:24:34,932 --> 00:24:36,934

I'll make a copy. Here it is.

340

00:24:37,017 --> 00:24:38,936

Can you open it, please?

341

00:24:39,019 --> 00:24:42,440

They brought it back real clean.

Most thorough clean-up job I've ever seen.

342

00:24:42,522 --> 00:24:44,566

- Not a spot on it.

- I'll bet.

343

00:24:50,448 --> 00:24:52,658

Hey, whoa. Hey, hey, hey!

344

00:24:52,741 --> 00:24:54,118

You OK?

345

00:24:56,203 --> 00:24:57,537

No, I'm good.

346

00:25:05,963 --> 00:25:08,882

From the day I decided to marry Rajan,

347

00:25:08,966 --> 00:25:12,345

you have been sending me... visions.

348

00:25:13,137 --> 00:25:17,475

You sent me a vision of a woman

taking her own life.

349

00:25:18,934 --> 00:25:22,520

Visions of other people in distant places,

even in prison,

350

00:25:22,604 --> 00:25:24,982

which could perhaps be a metaphor

for my situation,

351

00:25:25,065 --> 00:25:27,567

intended for education and instruction.

352

00:25:28,735 --> 00:25:33,782

But then, you sent me a vision of a man...

353

00:25:34,783 --> 00:25:36,702

with a large...

354

00:25:40,747 --> 00:25:41,957

trunk?

355

00:25:44,960 --> 00:25:46,712

A very large trunk.

356

00:25:48,506 --> 00:25:51,008

I am a little more than confused.

357

00:25:52,510 --> 00:25:53,635

[sighs]

358

00:25:53,719 --> 00:25:56,972

But... I trust you, Ganesha.

359

00:25:57,056 --> 00:26:01,768

So I know there must be some meaning

to all of this that I cannot see.

360

00:26:01,852 --> 00:26:04,813

And I wish to see. I wish to understand.

361

00:26:07,024 --> 00:26:09,485

So help me, Ganesha.

362

00:26:09,567 --> 00:26:12,238

Help me see what it is I must do.

363

00:26:12,321 --> 00:26:14,572

Gods don't give a shit about us.

364

00:26:14,656 --> 00:26:17,617

[thunder rumbling]

365

00:26:18,785 --> 00:26:20,578

I speak from experience.

366

00:26:24,041 --> 00:26:27,836

- Why won't you just leave me alone?

- I tried.

367

00:26:27,920 --> 00:26:29,796

Believe me, I try not to think of you,

368

00:26:29,880 --> 00:26:31,882

but every time,

it brings me straight to you.

369

00:26:36,470 --> 00:26:38,222

At least...

370

00:26:39,681 --> 00:26:41,016

you're wearing clothes.

371

00:26:41,100 --> 00:26:42,226

[laughs]

372

00:26:43,852 --> 00:26:44,895

[chuckles]

373

00:27:07,334 --> 00:27:08,919

It's nice here.

374

00:27:10,087 --> 00:27:12,923

[chuckles] The weather's shit in Berlin.

375

00:27:15,468 --> 00:27:17,386

It rains like this in Bombay...

376

00:27:18,845 --> 00:27:21,098

but it's not so cold there.

377

00:27:32,276 --> 00:27:36,322

So tell me... has he ever help?

378

00:27:37,323 --> 00:27:39,492

- What?

- Your god.

379

00:27:39,575 --> 00:27:41,868

- Oh. Of course.

- How?

380

00:27:42,702 --> 00:27:45,998

I asked him to stop my wedding,

and he did.

381

00:27:46,081 --> 00:27:48,459

You think he stopped your wedding?

382

00:27:49,376 --> 00:27:52,546

Do you have a better explanation?

383

00:27:53,671 --> 00:27:58,135

So you think our connection...

is a kind of miracle?

384

00:28:01,763 --> 00:28:04,308

If I were trying to describe

this feeling...

385

00:28:05,518 --> 00:28:09,605

the sensation of experiencing

the warmth of the sun,

386

00:28:09,687 --> 00:28:11,815

the smell of jasmine and marigold...

387

00:28:13,691 --> 00:28:19,156

while at the same time being soaked

by a downpour at an outdoor café...

388

00:28:28,915 --> 00:28:33,128

the taste of strong coffee

still in my mouth...

389

00:28:35,548 --> 00:28:41,512

I would say that the word "miracle"

sounds particularly appropriate.

390

00:28:43,639 --> 00:28:45,265

Wouldn't you?

391

00:28:45,349 --> 00:28:49,769

[slow classical piano music]

392

00:29:18,591 --> 00:29:19,633

You slept well?

393

00:29:22,094 --> 00:29:24,179

Best sleep I had in a long time.

394

00:29:35,065 --> 00:29:38,527

- I made pancakes.

- Yeah?

395

00:29:39,027 --> 00:29:41,988

- [changes to up-tempo tune]

- [giggles]

396

00:30:06,639 --> 00:30:08,515

That boy is one of them.

397

00:30:08,599 --> 00:30:11,351

He's from Jaluo, the same as his father.

398

00:30:11,435 --> 00:30:12,603

His father is dead.

399

00:30:13,479 --> 00:30:16,649

Wh-- Where do you want us to go?

Where can we go?

400

00:30:16,732 --> 00:30:17,941

[man] Send him back then.

401

00:30:18,024 --> 00:30:20,110

But he's my son.

402

00:30:20,778 --> 00:30:22,279

He belongs with his own people.

403

00:30:23,155 --> 00:30:25,365

[old man] It is best for everyone.

404

00:30:31,497 --> 00:30:34,583

- Shiro! Please don't do this.

- Let her go.

405

00:30:34,667 --> 00:30:36,376

God damn you.

406

00:30:36,460 --> 00:30:39,379

God damn your tribes and your bad blood!

407

00:30:39,463 --> 00:30:41,881

You can all go to hell.

408

00:30:50,890 --> 00:30:55,604

During your time of stay, you will

complete female vocational training.

409

00:30:56,480 --> 00:30:59,566

Can you sew, Prisoner 773?

410

00:30:59,650 --> 00:31:02,444

- No.

- Did your mother neglect you?

411

00:31:03,362 --> 00:31:06,198

- My mother died.

- Oh.

412

00:31:08,200 --> 00:31:11,203

You are very lucky, 773.

413

00:31:11,286 --> 00:31:12,871

Here, you'll receive training.

414

00:31:12,954 --> 00:31:14,540

Who will be her teacher?

415

00:31:14,623 --> 00:31:16,375

Volunteer?

416

00:31:18,377 --> 00:31:21,296

Or I will assign one.

417

00:31:21,380 --> 00:31:22,964

Pardon, ma'am.

418

00:31:25,676 --> 00:31:26,926

I will be her teacher.

419

00:31:27,010 --> 00:31:30,723

773, move to this table.

420

00:31:34,727 --> 00:31:37,020

- You know the rules.

- Yes, thank you.

421

00:31:46,279 --> 00:31:48,198

[softly] You didn't have to help me.

422

00:31:49,282 --> 00:31:50,450

I know.

423

00:31:51,827 --> 00:31:53,662

[Riley] Smells so good, Papa.

424

00:31:56,373 --> 00:31:59,626

- You're not having one?

- No, I ate hours ago.

425

00:31:59,710 --> 00:32:03,422

I wanted you to wake up smelling them,

but you must have been really tired.

426

00:32:05,841 --> 00:32:08,385

I've been watching you on the Internet.

427

00:32:08,468 --> 00:32:10,970

- You've had a lot of shows. Doing well.

- Mm.

428

00:32:11,054 --> 00:32:15,225

Oh, it's nothing, just playing records

for drunk people trying to get laid.

429

00:32:15,308 --> 00:32:16,935

Playing Beethoven's the same, you know.

430

00:32:17,018 --> 00:32:20,522

The people are mostly too old and tired

to bother with the getting laid part.

431

00:32:20,606 --> 00:32:21,732

[chuckles]

432

00:32:22,858 --> 00:32:24,943

You make music, Riley,

433

00:32:25,026 --> 00:32:28,739

and for a moment,

people forget the troubles in their lives.

434

00:32:28,822 --> 00:32:31,784

It's no small thing.

I'm very proud of you.

435

00:32:31,867 --> 00:32:34,077

Thanks, Papa.

436

00:32:34,160 --> 00:32:36,413

I have to get to rehearsal.

437

00:32:37,664 --> 00:32:41,794

If you need to go out, Sven is next door,

and he can drive you anywhere.

438

00:32:41,877 --> 00:32:43,503

I thought he would be out on his boat.

439

00:32:43,587 --> 00:32:45,464

He heard you were coming,

dropped everything.

440

00:32:47,006 --> 00:32:50,009

I told Sven I don't care

if anybody shows up tomorrow,

441

00:32:50,093 --> 00:32:51,470

as long as my daughter's there.

442

00:32:56,767 --> 00:32:58,518

I'll see you, honey. Bye-bye.

443

00:32:58,602 --> 00:33:00,729

- Bye, sweetheart.

- Bye, Papa.

444

00:33:05,317 --> 00:33:08,111

[woman] You should not have come back.

445

00:33:17,412 --> 00:33:19,581

[Kala] I was always afraid as a child.

446

00:33:20,624 --> 00:33:25,003

I couldn't sleep if the light was off

or if it was too quiet.

447

00:33:25,086 --> 00:33:26,713

I don't like the quiet.

448

00:33:28,340 --> 00:33:31,092

I used to fall asleep

in my father's restaurant.

449

00:33:37,140 --> 00:33:39,434

I've always hated being alone.

450

00:33:41,979 --> 00:33:45,106

It's one of the reasons

why I love the festival.

451

00:33:45,774 --> 00:33:48,944

[up-tempo instrumental music plays]

452

00:34:15,804 --> 00:34:17,347

Mommy!

453

00:34:17,430 --> 00:34:19,057

Papa!

454

00:34:23,436 --> 00:34:24,813

Mommy!

455

00:34:24,897 --> 00:34:26,105

Papa!

456

00:34:26,189 --> 00:34:28,650

Come! This way! Come!

457

00:34:42,706 --> 00:34:44,875

- Do you like this? Come on, here!

- Yes!

458

00:34:51,339 --> 00:34:53,717

Do you want to see what he sees?

459

00:34:53,800 --> 00:34:55,468

What who sees?

460

00:34:55,552 --> 00:34:57,387

Ganesha.

461

00:34:59,890 --> 00:35:01,058

Come, come.

462

00:35:09,441 --> 00:35:10,525

Look there!

463

00:35:49,272 --> 00:35:51,024

It made me a believer.

464

00:35:52,191 --> 00:35:54,820

But you're a scientist.

465

00:35:54,903 --> 00:35:56,029

I am.

466

00:35:58,031 --> 00:36:01,409

My love for science

doesn't preclude my faith.

467

00:36:01,493 --> 00:36:03,745

For me, science is another language we use

468

00:36:03,829 --> 00:36:07,540

to talk about the same miracles

that faith talks about.

469

00:36:08,917 --> 00:36:13,546

But... one language makes sense,

one doesn't.

470

00:36:15,298 --> 00:36:18,969

Sense? What, like quantum physics?

471

00:36:19,052 --> 00:36:22,555

Like a particle

that can be here and not here?

472

00:36:22,639 --> 00:36:25,266

Or sense like gravity?

473

00:36:27,185 --> 00:36:30,313

A force that no one knows why exists.

474

00:36:32,607 --> 00:36:35,777

Only that if it didn't exist...

475

00:36:39,156 --> 00:36:44,036

if there wasn't this

mysterious attraction...

476

00:36:47,205 --> 00:36:50,625

this pull between objects...

477

00:36:53,545 --> 00:36:57,174

then none of this would exist either.

478

00:36:59,217 --> 00:37:01,260

Thank God for gravity.

479

00:37:02,679 --> 00:37:03,889

Exactly.

480

00:37:06,183 --> 00:37:08,643

Hey, Wolfie. Where the fuck are you?

481

00:37:08,727 --> 00:37:10,187

What?

482

00:37:12,397 --> 00:37:15,901

- [sighs] I heard from Abraham.

- And?

483

00:37:17,110 --> 00:37:19,779

He'll take the rest of the diamonds.

484

00:37:19,863 --> 00:37:21,280

- [laughs]

- When?

485

00:37:21,364 --> 00:37:24,242

I don't know,

but we're going to be fucking rich!

486

00:37:25,410 --> 00:37:29,122

- Hey! This is great fucking news!

- It is.

487

00:37:29,206 --> 00:37:32,584

So why do you look like

someone took a piss in your beer?

488

00:37:34,377 --> 00:37:37,047

I've been thinking I want to

get out of Berlin for a little while.

489

00:37:37,714 --> 00:37:40,133

- Oh.

- I need to take a trip.

490

00:37:40,217 --> 00:37:41,300

Where?

491

00:37:44,096 --> 00:37:45,304

India.

492

00:37:49,935 --> 00:37:53,980

No, go around to the other side,

or the thread will break again.

493

00:37:59,611 --> 00:38:01,905

Ssst! [whispers] She's coming.

494

00:38:17,420 --> 00:38:19,256

See you outside, bitch.

495

00:38:20,673 --> 00:38:22,217

Or not.

496

00:38:30,267 --> 00:38:32,060

Does this happen often?

497

00:38:33,645 --> 00:38:35,605

Only when the sun is out.

498

00:38:44,197 --> 00:38:47,117

Don't get into any trouble, Diana Prince.

499

00:38:47,993 --> 00:38:49,702

Mr. Kabaka wants to see you.

500

00:38:49,786 --> 00:38:51,246

Dad's here?

501

00:38:55,250 --> 00:38:57,627

Dad, you came to pick me up!

502

00:38:58,586 --> 00:39:00,713

How could I leave you alone

on your birthday?

503

00:39:00,797 --> 00:39:02,465

I know you're just pretending to forget.

504

00:39:02,548 --> 00:39:05,135

- [Silas chuckles]

- Happy birthday. You could have told me.

505

00:39:05,218 --> 00:39:07,053

You know I like my secrets.

506

00:39:07,137 --> 00:39:09,264

She is like her father.

507

00:39:09,347 --> 00:39:12,017

And now, I have a little surprise for you.

508

00:39:13,143 --> 00:39:14,144

Come with us.

509

00:39:17,814 --> 00:39:20,984

♪ And I ♪

510

00:39:21,067 --> 00:39:23,195

♪ Eee-I ♪

511

00:39:23,278 --> 00:39:26,114

♪ Will always ♪

512

00:39:26,198 --> 00:39:27,782

[grunts]

513

00:39:27,866 --> 00:39:31,577

♪ Love Hernando ♪

514

00:39:33,496 --> 00:39:35,707

- 'Morning, Whitney.

- Good morning.

515

00:39:35,790 --> 00:39:37,834

- What time's call?

- Ten minutes.

516

00:39:37,917 --> 00:39:40,170

- Oh, so you're already late.

517

00:39:41,796 --> 00:39:44,549

- Would you like to be a lot late?

- Why?

518

00:39:44,632 --> 00:39:45,967

Why? [chuckles]

519

00:39:46,843 --> 00:39:48,803

[phone chimes]

520

00:39:48,887 --> 00:39:50,096

[Lito] Who calls?

521

00:39:51,556 --> 00:39:53,016

[sighs]

522

00:39:53,099 --> 00:39:55,434

This is what our relationship has come to?

523

00:39:55,518 --> 00:39:57,729

Texting me from inside of the house?

524

00:39:59,522 --> 00:40:01,358

I didn't text you.

525

00:40:01,440 --> 00:40:03,235

Fuck.

526

00:40:03,318 --> 00:40:05,195

- Oh, Jesus.

- What?

527

00:40:06,612 --> 00:40:08,323

Tell me this is a joke.

528

00:40:11,117 --> 00:40:12,869

Oh, my God.

529

00:40:14,204 --> 00:40:15,997

The son of a bitch

must have stole my phone.

530

00:40:16,081 --> 00:40:19,751

- You took pictures of us?

- You took pictures of us having sex?

531

00:40:22,837 --> 00:40:26,216

This could destroy my career,

my whole life.

532

00:40:26,299 --> 00:40:28,426

I'm-- I'm so sorry.

533

00:40:28,509 --> 00:40:30,136

[sighs]

534

00:40:36,059 --> 00:40:38,228

He could blackmail me.

535

00:40:38,311 --> 00:40:40,980

- He's gonna blackmail me.

- [Daniela] No, no. No, no. I--

536

00:40:41,064 --> 00:40:44,025

- We'll figure this out.

- No, I'm gonna talk to him.

537

00:40:44,109 --> 00:40:45,944

I'll get the phone,

the pictures, everything.

538

00:40:46,111 --> 00:40:49,281

It's my fault, and I'm gonna fix it.

I'm-- I'm gonna fix it.

539

00:40:58,290 --> 00:40:59,791

[shouts] Fuck!

540

00:41:02,877 --> 00:41:05,088

You sure Metzger's gonna be here?

541

00:41:05,171 --> 00:41:07,506

Reimbursement receipts show

he comes in for a coffee

542

00:41:07,590 --> 00:41:09,050

every day around this time.

543

00:41:09,134 --> 00:41:10,593

We are creatures of habit.

544

00:41:13,554 --> 00:41:14,722

[Neets gasps]

545

00:41:16,057 --> 00:41:17,392

Enter the creature.

546

00:41:17,976 --> 00:41:19,769

Large non-fat latte.

547

00:41:19,852 --> 00:41:21,479

Right on time.

548

00:41:26,318 --> 00:41:27,902

What does that thing do again?

549

00:41:27,986 --> 00:41:31,864

It uses its own network to clone the phone

that he's using with this one.

550

00:41:32,782 --> 00:41:34,200

What if he doesn't check his e-mail?

551

00:41:34,284 --> 00:41:36,702

Ever not checked your e-mail

while waiting for a coffee?

552

00:41:39,538 --> 00:41:40,539

Ooh!

553

00:41:41,207 --> 00:41:45,586

I'm in. Downloading contacts,

e-mails, calls, passwords.

554

00:41:45,670 --> 00:41:48,673

Mm. You are kinda like

Robin Hood, aren't you?

555

00:41:48,756 --> 00:41:50,008

[Neets chuckles]

556

00:41:50,800 --> 00:41:52,218

[cloned phone rings]

557

00:41:54,053 --> 00:41:56,431

[phone rings]

558

00:41:59,351 --> 00:42:01,269

[softly] What's he doing?

559

00:42:03,438 --> 00:42:04,897

[Metzger] What?

560

00:42:12,947 --> 00:42:14,366

He looked scared.

561

00:42:14,449 --> 00:42:17,910

Makes you wonder who was

on the other end of that call.

562

00:42:17,994 --> 00:42:21,664

Contact list shows "Dr. Matheson."

563

00:42:21,747 --> 00:42:23,124

I know what you're thinking.

564

00:42:23,208 --> 00:42:26,127

I know that look.

Don't. Don't do it, Robin.

565

00:42:29,714 --> 00:42:31,466

[softly] Don't, don't, don't--

566

00:42:32,675 --> 00:42:34,469

[man] I thought we were clear.

567

00:42:35,345 --> 00:42:37,222

Who is this?

568

00:42:37,305 --> 00:42:38,848

Is this Nomi?

569

00:42:38,931 --> 00:42:39,891

[whispers] What?

570

00:42:39,974 --> 00:42:42,519

I'm looking forward to meeting you.

571

00:42:43,811 --> 00:42:45,021

What? Who was it?

572

00:42:45,104 --> 00:42:47,815

I don't know, but he knew me.

573

00:42:48,441 --> 00:42:50,651

Shit.

574

00:42:51,610 --> 00:42:54,322

Metzger's booked

on the last flight to Chicago.

575

00:42:54,406 --> 00:42:57,075

[Neets] OK, what does that mean?

576

00:42:57,158 --> 00:43:00,953

- He's not gonna be in his house tonight.

- You're crazy, you know that?

577

00:43:01,037 --> 00:43:03,081

I have to get into his home network.

578

00:43:03,164 --> 00:43:04,541

If these people know who I am,

579

00:43:04,623 --> 00:43:07,085

then we need to start

figuring out who they are.

580

00:43:10,422 --> 00:43:12,340

W-W-N-Double-D.

581

00:43:13,883 --> 00:43:15,718

What would Nancy Drew do?

582

00:43:15,801 --> 00:43:17,762

I sense a costume opportunity.

583

00:43:19,180 --> 00:43:22,975

[applause, cheering]

584

00:43:31,443 --> 00:43:33,486

They're all yours.

585

00:43:42,870 --> 00:43:44,205

[sighs]

586

00:43:44,289 --> 00:43:45,664

She likes you.

587

00:43:46,665 --> 00:43:48,293

She has a big heart.

588

00:43:49,419 --> 00:43:50,878

I would do anything for her.

589

00:43:54,632 --> 00:43:56,926

It's the same with you

and your mother, yes?

590

00:43:59,512 --> 00:44:00,930

Come with me.

591

00:44:05,059 --> 00:44:09,105

This love... my enemies

would call a weakness,

592

00:44:09,188 --> 00:44:10,815

something to be exploited.

593

00:44:10,898 --> 00:44:13,109

I disagree.

594

00:44:13,192 --> 00:44:16,529

I mean, these men,

what do they hold in their hearts, huh?

595

00:44:16,613 --> 00:44:21,284

Desire... lust... greed.

596

00:44:23,202 --> 00:44:28,207

But I ask... are these men willing to go

as far as you and I for what they believe?

597

00:44:31,336 --> 00:44:32,795

This one...

598

00:44:36,508 --> 00:44:38,926

This one I was grooming

to be my number one runner.

599

00:44:39,677 --> 00:44:41,554

Do you know what he did?

600

00:44:44,723 --> 00:44:48,769

He watered down the drugs I gave him

so he could double-up on the money.

601

00:44:48,853 --> 00:44:53,566

My reputation is only as good

as the products I sell.

602

00:44:55,443 --> 00:44:57,028

Mr. Kabaka, I--

603

00:44:57,111 --> 00:44:59,738

[Silas] Am I willing

to let my business perish,

604

00:44:59,822 --> 00:45:04,952

to let the life I've made for my daughter

be destroyed by greed and stupidity?

605

00:45:05,036 --> 00:45:07,205

[screams]

606

00:45:08,164 --> 00:45:10,416

[continues screaming]

607

00:45:18,508 --> 00:45:21,052

He understood the risk he was taking.

608

00:45:29,894 --> 00:45:32,355

- [alarm beeping]

- [gasps]

609

00:45:32,438 --> 00:45:34,148

Wow, it worked!

610

00:45:34,232 --> 00:45:36,108

You read that in a book?

611

00:45:36,192 --> 00:45:38,361

The power of literature.

612

00:45:44,867 --> 00:45:46,327

[alarm disarms]

613

00:45:46,411 --> 00:45:48,580

Amazing. Do you know what else

I read in a Lee Child book?

614

00:45:48,745 --> 00:45:51,790

That you can use the crowbar as an alarm.

615

00:45:52,833 --> 00:45:54,627

So if anyone pushes the door,

we'll hear it.

616

00:45:54,711 --> 00:45:56,421

We make such a good team.

617

00:45:56,504 --> 00:46:00,550

Maybe Bug's right and we should become

a crime-fighting dynamic duo.

618

00:46:00,633 --> 00:46:02,093

I think we already are.

619

00:46:15,772 --> 00:46:16,733

Wow.

620

00:46:20,278 --> 00:46:23,780

- Zombie-making sure does pay well.

- Yeah.

621

00:46:23,864 --> 00:46:25,866

[clicking mouse]

622

00:46:25,950 --> 00:46:29,412

This is really weird.

There's almost nothing personal.

623

00:46:29,495 --> 00:46:33,790

This guy's about as interesting

as a mouthful of sawdust.

624

00:46:33,874 --> 00:46:35,960

He doesn't even have

any porn stashed away.

625

00:46:36,043 --> 00:46:38,963

No porn? He is weird.

626

00:46:39,046 --> 00:46:43,175

[gasps] Oh, my God! Nom!

627

00:46:43,259 --> 00:46:45,303

BFF's with Cheney.

628

00:46:46,554 --> 00:46:48,347

He's gotta be evil.

629

00:46:52,935 --> 00:46:55,354

[soft squeal] Uh-oh.

630

00:46:57,898 --> 00:46:59,651

He can't be all bad.

631

00:47:02,612 --> 00:47:04,363

OK, just a couple more minutes,

632

00:47:04,447 --> 00:47:06,031

and I'll have the entire

hard drive copied.

633

00:47:06,115 --> 00:47:08,075

[light knocking]

634

00:47:08,159 --> 00:47:09,910

[whispers] Come, come, come.

635

00:47:09,994 --> 00:47:10,995

What's wrong?

636

00:47:14,123 --> 00:47:15,416

Hey.

637

00:47:16,208 --> 00:47:18,544

- What happened?

- [softly] I don't know what happened.

638

00:47:19,253 --> 00:47:20,588

Nothing happened.

639

00:47:20,672 --> 00:47:22,340

It's the nothing that has me worried.

640

00:47:22,423 --> 00:47:24,175

You went to see Abraham?

641

00:47:24,258 --> 00:47:27,720

I did. Or at least I tried to.

642

00:47:27,804 --> 00:47:30,139

- We had a date.

- He didn't show?

643

00:47:30,222 --> 00:47:33,309

No. So I called. Nothing.

644

00:47:34,769 --> 00:47:37,938

Went by his shop. Closed up. Gone.

645

00:47:38,022 --> 00:47:40,191

Fuck! [sighs]

646

00:47:41,275 --> 00:47:45,738

I'm thinking about your passage to India.

Maybe you need a Sherpa or something?

647

00:47:49,241 --> 00:47:50,951

- [woman] Hello?

- We're closed!

648

00:47:51,035 --> 00:47:53,287

Please, please, can you help me?

649

00:47:56,791 --> 00:48:01,504

Oh, what would all the damsels do

if I left the city, huh?

650

00:48:56,475 --> 00:48:58,018

[crowbar clangs]

651

00:48:59,562 --> 00:49:00,813

[whispers] Oh, my God, Nom!

652

00:49:00,897 --> 00:49:03,357

[door squeaks]

653

00:49:08,279 --> 00:49:09,488

[Metzger] Hello?

654

00:49:10,197 --> 00:49:12,241

Shit! It's Metzger.

655

00:49:12,324 --> 00:49:13,743

I'm calling the police.

656

00:49:13,826 --> 00:49:15,411

It's not done. It's not done yet.

657

00:49:15,494 --> 00:49:18,748

[Metzger] You better get out of here

before they arrive.

658

00:49:23,586 --> 00:49:24,587

Nomi.

659

00:49:25,588 --> 00:49:27,381

Hi, Dr. Metzger.

660

00:49:29,467 --> 00:49:30,468

Whatever brought you here,

661

00:49:30,551 --> 00:49:34,764

I'm happy to see that you had a...

moment of sufficient clarity

662

00:49:34,847 --> 00:49:38,476

to seek me out to get the treatment

that you... need.

663

00:49:38,559 --> 00:49:40,144

It shows there's still time to help you.

664

00:49:40,227 --> 00:49:42,563

I can have an ambulance here

in five minutes.

665

00:49:42,647 --> 00:49:45,065

I'm not the one that's

gonna need an ambulance.

666

00:49:45,149 --> 00:49:47,984

Go ahead, doc, make my day.

667

00:49:48,778 --> 00:49:49,862

You must be Amanita.

668

00:49:49,946 --> 00:49:54,032

What I am, doc, is your worst nightmare,

unless you put that phone down.

669

00:49:54,116 --> 00:49:56,243

You both are in a lot of trouble.

670

00:49:56,327 --> 00:49:58,245

Yeah, well you're about to get

an eyeful of Mace

671

00:49:58,412 --> 00:50:00,205

if you don't start answering my questions.

672

00:50:00,289 --> 00:50:02,875

We visited your little zombie prison

in Nightingale's.

673

00:50:02,959 --> 00:50:05,252

Yes... I know.

674

00:50:05,336 --> 00:50:07,964

I'm guessing that's the reason

my trip was canceled.

675

00:50:08,046 --> 00:50:09,590

Who canceled it?

676

00:50:09,674 --> 00:50:11,049

Was it Dr. Matheson?

677

00:50:14,595 --> 00:50:16,180

How do you know that name?

678

00:50:16,263 --> 00:50:17,932

She jacked your phone.

679

00:50:18,014 --> 00:50:21,602

I called him. We had a little chat.

680

00:50:21,686 --> 00:50:24,605

- Oh, no.

- Who is he, doc?

681

00:50:26,315 --> 00:50:27,817

What have you done?

682

00:50:27,900 --> 00:50:29,485

[Jonas] Nomi.

683

00:50:30,277 --> 00:50:32,237

- Jonas?

- You've gotta get out of here.

684

00:50:32,321 --> 00:50:33,781

- Jonas?

- Why?

685

00:50:33,865 --> 00:50:35,950

- He's coming.

- Is that Jonas Maliki?

686

00:50:36,742 --> 00:50:38,995

- Who?

- Whispers.

687

00:50:39,077 --> 00:50:42,289

- Who is Whispers?

- Oh, my God, you've killed us all.

688

00:50:45,960 --> 00:50:47,169

He's here.

689

00:50:51,716 --> 00:50:53,091

Niles?

690

00:50:54,593 --> 00:50:56,136

- [Neets gasps]

- [yells]

691

00:51:01,350 --> 00:51:02,977

- [Neets] Nomi!

- [shouting]

692

00:51:03,059 --> 00:51:05,103

- Come on! Nom!

- Wait, wait, wait!

693

00:51:05,187 --> 00:51:06,731

Please, come on! Leave it!

694

00:51:07,899 --> 00:51:09,149

[Neets screams]

695

00:51:10,609 --> 00:51:11,986

[grunts]

696

00:51:17,408 --> 00:51:20,411

- Help! Somebody help! Somebody!

- Help!

697

00:51:20,494 --> 00:51:21,954

Somebody help!

698

00:51:22,038 --> 00:51:23,873

- Help!

- Help!

699

00:51:23,956 --> 00:51:24,999

[Neets] Please!

700

00:51:25,081 --> 00:51:27,543

Help us! Help us, please!

701

00:51:27,626 --> 00:51:28,711

Hey doc, what's going on?

702

00:51:30,004 --> 00:51:32,256

- [screaming]

- [Metzger gasps]

703

00:51:35,467 --> 00:51:38,136

[gasping]

704

00:51:46,854 --> 00:51:50,066

Please! No. No! No!

705

00:51:50,148 --> 00:51:51,233

No! No!

706

00:51:53,694 --> 00:51:54,820

[gasps]

707

00:52:02,160 --> 00:52:03,454

[gasps]

708

00:52:06,206 --> 00:52:09,334

[sobbing]
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