The Haunting of Hill House Script Season 1 Episode 1.03

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The Haunting of Hill House (2018)

 episode script

season 1 - episode 3
"Touch"

Created by

Mike Flanagan

Written by

Elizabeth Ann Phang

Based on the Novel by

Shirley Jackson

Written & Directed by

Mike Flanagan

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S01-Ep.03: "Touch"

Keenly perceptive Theo sees shades of herself in a troubled young patient, a girl who's haunted by the menacing grin of "Mr. Smiley".

TRANSCRIPTION

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A NETFLIX ORIGINAL SERIES

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That you, Nellie?

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You had another nightmare?

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Okay.

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You can sleep with me for tonight.

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You're really freaked out, huh?

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Ease up a little.

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Nellie?

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You're squeezing too tight.

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Nellie?

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Nellie?

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Whose hand was I holding?

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It was a Monday and I couldn't sleep.

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I went downstairs to the kitchen
to get a snack.

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And that's the first night I saw him.

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Mr. Smiley.

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Coming out from where he lives.

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And what did you do?

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I stayed as quiet as I could,
thinking maybe he'd just stay down there.

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But then I heard a creak.

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The stairs, the third step from the top,
it makes a sound.

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That's how I knew he was coming.

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That's how I always know.

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"Creak..."

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Then my door knob,
then he's in my room.

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What does Mr. Smiley look like?

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Just a big smile.

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Too big.

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He's always smiling, but he isn't happy.

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That's really scary.

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You said something about
where he lives?

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Where does Mr. Smiley live, Kelsey?

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Under the house.

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In the basement?

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You know...

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you're a lot like me, Kelsey.

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-Yeah?
-Oh, yeah.

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See, when I was little,
I was afraid of a lot of things.

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I didn't have to be, though.

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They were all in my head.
I just didn't know that yet.

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But when I was scared,

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I would imagine myself building...

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a big wall all around me

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made of the strongest bricks
in the whole world.

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And when I got scared...

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I would imagine myself putting
another one on, one after the other

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until that wall was so thick

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and so strong...

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I knew I'd be safe in there forever.

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And that's what you do too, right?

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It's okay.

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It's good.

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'Cause kids like us

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have been through more
than other kids.

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We're tougher than other kids.

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We're great builders.

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We make ourselves really safe.

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And no one ever gets in.

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Mr. Smiley does.

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Our other two foster kids are thriving.
We just want the same for her.

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She was telling me about Mr. Smiley.

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Yeah, yeah, we've heard about him too.

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We're more concerned about
her behavioral problems at school.

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You can see her grades started out fine.
At least, considering.

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But then...

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Well, you'll see.

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All our kids have always had to go through
an adjustment,

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-but this...
-Could be normal.

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The foster care system
isn't the easiest place to grow up.

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And the Mr. Smiley thing,
did that start right away, or...

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A few weeks after she moved in.

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And her behavioral issues started
around the same time.

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We'll get to the bottom of it.

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Same time next week?

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Yeah.

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-Thank you.
-Thank you.

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Thanks.

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Trash.

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Nellie crawls into our bed sometimes.

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She says it wasn't her.

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I guess it was just a weird dream.

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Most of the stuff is going to be junk,
but anything fancy, we can sell it.

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Trash.

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Hang on.

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This is...

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fancy.

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Yeah?

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'49 Clos de Bia.

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Damn.

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This is quite...

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-How did you know that?
-Mm-mm.

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[Olivia] You, you really don't feel that?
-[Mrs. Dudley] I'm sorry, I don't.

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[scoffs] We must look like
we're crazy, huh?

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Hi, Mrs. Dudley.

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Theodora.

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Well, you tell me if I am.

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Do you feel cold right there?

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-Yep.
-I told you.

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My apologies.

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No, it's a very small spot,
just right here,

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like you're standing in front
of an open refrigerator.

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But if you move...

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See?

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What about there?

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Yep. Here too.

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You sure?

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I don't feel it here.

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This whole house is cold.

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[Olivia] That doesn't exactly clear
things up, does it, Clara?

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-[Mrs. Dudley] No, ma'am.
-[Olivia] Come upstairs.

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There's another spot in the second master.

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You're out of mustard
and you're almost out of turkey.

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You know there are people you can
actually pay to make you lunch.

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Some of them even deliver it
right to your office.

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Save you driving over here every day.

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I like the drive.
It gives me time to think.

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And the food's better at home.

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If it's shopping you don't like,

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you could always find
someone to go with you.

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Someone like that girl from last night.

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And give up all this?

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[sighs]

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How's work?

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It was a tough one today.

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This little girl.

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I couldn't get anything from her.

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You always figure out how to help.

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You're so good with them.

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This one, she's tough.

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She's like a brick wall.

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[Shirley] I know the type.

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[slight chuckle]

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[young Luke] Do you see anything?

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[young Nell] Nope. Just dark.

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Maybe you send messages through it.

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What'd you find?

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[young Luke] Don't know.

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Here. Let me see.

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-[young Theo] Hmm.
-[young Luke] What?

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It's like a...

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telephone...

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but for inside the house.

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Here, Nellie, you stay there.

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Come on.

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[young Theo] That's the other end.

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Ugh, what is that smell?

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What smell?

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You can't smell that?

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It smells the same in here
as the rest of the house.

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This was a sickbed.

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How do you know?

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[young Nell] Hello!

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Hello, can you hear me?
This is Eleanor Crain calling.

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I can hear you, Nellie.

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You guys have fun.

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[young Nell] You have to say your name
so I know it's really you.

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Ugh, Luke Crain!

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[young Nell] If you're really Luke,
what's your favorite kind of pudding?

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Um, rice?

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[young Nell] No, it's chocolate
vanilla chocolate.

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[young Luke] No, it's rice now.

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[young Nell] You need to tell me
things like this, Luke.

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-I am telling you.
-[young Nell] Hello!

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Hello.

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I'm Theodora, but I like my friends
to call me Theo.

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Will you call me Theo?

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Hi, Theo.

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PTSD SOCIAL ANXIETY

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It wasn't exactly easy to hear but,

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Shirley...

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hit on some things
that have been nagging at me.

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And, well, you were right.

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I was trying to take ownership
of something

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that doesn't belong just to me.

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So you're pulling the book?

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I'm offering to share the book.

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I'll give each of you eight percent
of any royalties,

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and if it sells as well
as my publisher thinks it will--

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Jesus, Steve.

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-I'm trying to do the right thing.
-The right thing?

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What, is the guilt getting
in the way of your new lifestyle?

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You and Leigh feeling awkward
while you pack up for California?

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Whatever. This could be
a significant amount of--

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Whatever?

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It's all about the money for you.
We're well aware.

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Of course it's about the money.

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-I mean, you guys have read it, right?
-I haven't.

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[Theo] Why bother?

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I've heard the various versions
my whole life.

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I've heard Dad's tabloid horror show,

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I've heard Luke and Nellie's
ghost stories.

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-No offense, Nellie.
-Okay.

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I've heard you and Steven
do your best James Randi impression

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where you say
how crazy everybody was.

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Just, maybe it's a middle child thing,
but I just

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would rather focus on living
my actual life...

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right now.

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Maybe I'll just wait for the paperback.

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We're not taking your money.

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None of us.

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It's blood money, Steve.

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You're welcome to every red cent.

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-Right?
-Yup.

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-Blood money.
-Right.

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[pop music plays]

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[music stops]

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Hello?

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You're not funny, Luke.

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[music resumes]

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[dance music plays]

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Hey, can I get a water?
Close it out?

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-What do you think you're doing?
-I was just giving my truck a ride.

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What's up?

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Your little brother was getting
into trouble.

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Want to let go of his arm?

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He's playing, Mrs. Dudley.
Why are you yelling at him?

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Because the dumbwaiter is not a toy,
it can be dangerous.

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That's all you need to say, then.

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Fair enough.

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Come along.
I need to clean the kitchen.

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You don't have to be so mean about it.

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She's not mean.

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She's scared.

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What makes you say that?

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Luke?

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I thought it might be her.

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Mrs. Dudley?

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She never stays after dark.

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What are you doing?

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Trying to take a ride in this elevator.

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Dumbwaiter.

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Come on, you stupid thing.

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The door has to be closed.

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But then I can't reach the buttons.

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You're a crazy kid, you know that?

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Just one ride? I know it works.

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Please, Theo?

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-I'm gonna get in trouble.
-I won't tell.

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Please, come on.

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It's a perfect kid's-size elevator.

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Fine, but you'll hop straight out

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and you don't tell anyone
I did this for you, okay?

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Okay. [slight chuckle]

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You ready?

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Going up.

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Hey! Up! Theo!

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Luke!

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Shit.

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-Theo!
-Luke!

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Theo!

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Luke?

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There's a room down here.

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There's a ladder down here on the wall.

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You can come get me.

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Just hang on.

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Bring me up, please.

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There's something down here.

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Just hang on. I'm trying.

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Come on.

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Theo!

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-[young Luke screams]
-[young Theo] Luke!

262
00:19:33,172 --> 00:19:35,007
-Luke!
-[young Luke screaming]

263
00:19:35,424 --> 00:19:36,550
What the hell!

264
00:19:36,633 --> 00:19:37,634
Luke?

265
00:19:37,926 --> 00:19:38,886
-Help!
-Luke?

266
00:19:38,969 --> 00:19:40,554
Is he in the--?
Jesus!

267
00:19:40,637 --> 00:19:41,638
Hang on.

268
00:19:41,722 --> 00:19:44,850
-[stammers] Let's get him up.
-Hang on.

269
00:19:45,601 --> 00:19:46,810
-[young Hugh] Hang on.
-[cries]

270
00:19:46,894 --> 00:19:48,729
[Olivia] It's okay, baby,
we're right here.

271
00:19:48,854 --> 00:19:50,147
[young Theo crying]

272
00:19:53,025 --> 00:19:54,109
There we go.

273
00:19:56,111 --> 00:19:57,029
Okay.

274
00:19:57,154 --> 00:19:58,739
Okay, it's okay.

275
00:19:58,822 --> 00:20:01,533
-Let's see. Here we go.
-It's okay.

276
00:20:03,702 --> 00:20:04,828
What happened?

277
00:20:04,912 --> 00:20:07,206
Did you rip your shirt?
Must have got caught on the door.

278
00:20:07,289 --> 00:20:10,709
Something grabbed me! Monster!
It was a monster!

279
00:20:10,792 --> 00:20:12,502
-What the hell were you thinking?
-It's okay.

280
00:20:12,586 --> 00:20:13,712
Is he okay?

281
00:20:13,795 --> 00:20:14,880
Go to your room.

282
00:20:15,714 --> 00:20:17,549
Come here.

283
00:20:18,133 --> 00:20:20,219
Let me see, honey.
Let's see what happened.

284
00:20:20,302 --> 00:20:22,137
Okay, there's no scrapes.

285
00:20:22,221 --> 00:20:23,055
Okay?

286
00:20:23,138 --> 00:20:25,599
You're okay. Yeah, so scary, huh?

287
00:20:26,391 --> 00:20:27,643
You all right?

288
00:20:37,486 --> 00:20:38,403
[sniffles]

289
00:21:03,804 --> 00:21:05,097
[yells]

290
00:21:09,768 --> 00:21:10,811
[gasps]

291
00:21:11,353 --> 00:21:12,562
[pants]

292
00:21:14,982 --> 00:21:15,816
Jesus.

293
00:21:18,318 --> 00:21:19,361
[pants]

294
00:21:23,782 --> 00:21:25,742
You really got in my head, girl.

295
00:21:26,368 --> 00:21:28,829
[knocking]

296
00:21:34,459 --> 00:21:35,460
I'm sorry.

297
00:21:36,670 --> 00:21:37,504
It's...

298
00:21:39,006 --> 00:21:39,965
um...

299
00:21:42,718 --> 00:21:43,552
Nell.

300
00:21:54,271 --> 00:21:57,524
[Steven] I'm just saying a modest dowry,
nothing ostentatious.

301
00:21:58,692 --> 00:22:01,278
[Leigh] Not enough I support you
for, what, six years?

302
00:22:01,361 --> 00:22:03,196
You also wish you got a cow?

303
00:22:03,947 --> 00:22:05,949
Or a llama. Something.

304
00:22:06,116 --> 00:22:07,576
-Hey.
-Hi.

305
00:22:07,659 --> 00:22:09,494
Did you find them?
The toasts are supposed--

306
00:22:09,578 --> 00:22:10,662
I know, I'm still looking.

307
00:22:10,746 --> 00:22:13,332
-They were supposed to be 10 minutes ago.
-I know, I need Stacy.

308
00:22:14,166 --> 00:22:15,292
I'll check the bar.

309
00:22:15,375 --> 00:22:16,918
Okay. Thanks.

310
00:22:20,047 --> 00:22:21,548
-Hi.
-Honey.

311
00:22:21,673 --> 00:22:24,092
-Hey. Did you find her?
-No, she's not out front.

312
00:22:24,384 --> 00:22:27,679
-Yeah, I'm still missing two groomsmen.
-Oh my God.

313
00:22:27,763 --> 00:22:29,181
-I'm gonna check the kitchen.
-Okay.

314
00:22:29,264 --> 00:22:30,265
-All right?
-Okay.

315
00:22:30,349 --> 00:22:31,475
-[smacks kiss]
-Okay.

316
00:22:31,558 --> 00:22:32,684
-Okay
-Okay.

317
00:22:33,810 --> 00:22:34,770
Really?

318
00:22:35,479 --> 00:22:36,813
I looked at the bar.

319
00:22:36,897 --> 00:22:37,773
Yeah.

320
00:22:38,648 --> 00:22:41,485
Great. It's toast time
and my maid of honor is MIA.

321
00:22:41,610 --> 00:22:42,861
[sighs]

322
00:22:43,362 --> 00:22:45,072
You don't have to help me.
I'll find her.

323
00:22:45,197 --> 00:22:47,949
[scoffs] Beats the cold shoulder
from Shirley.

324
00:22:48,033 --> 00:22:50,202
-[chuckle]
-That table's getting tense.

325
00:22:50,952 --> 00:22:53,580
Stacey? Stacey?

326
00:22:55,207 --> 00:22:56,041
No.

327
00:22:59,461 --> 00:23:00,629
[Stacey moans]

328
00:23:03,131 --> 00:23:04,091
[Stacey] Yeah.

329
00:23:06,551 --> 00:23:07,427
Stacey!

330
00:23:10,097 --> 00:23:11,431
[Stacey] Yeah, just a sec.

331
00:23:11,515 --> 00:23:12,557
[chuckle]

332
00:23:13,558 --> 00:23:15,227
That's the thing about weddings.

333
00:23:17,270 --> 00:23:18,105
Hey.

334
00:23:18,647 --> 00:23:19,981
-Sorry.
-It's okay.

335
00:23:20,273 --> 00:23:23,026
[chuckles] Toasts were supposed to be
ten minutes ago.

336
00:23:23,110 --> 00:23:25,445
-I'm sorry. I'm ready.
-It's okay, come on.

337
00:23:25,529 --> 00:23:28,698
-Might want to check your makeup.
-No, it's fine. You'll be fine.

338
00:23:30,617 --> 00:23:31,451
You coming?

339
00:23:32,953 --> 00:23:34,413
I want to see who's in there.

340
00:23:36,039 --> 00:23:37,290
It's gotta be Henry.

341
00:23:37,416 --> 00:23:39,167
[scoffs] My money's on Matt.

342
00:23:39,334 --> 00:23:41,253
-He collects bridesmaids.
-No.

343
00:23:41,336 --> 00:23:43,088
You want to put some money on it?

344
00:23:54,099 --> 00:23:55,350
Hey.

345
00:23:58,270 --> 00:23:59,104
What?

346
00:24:02,274 --> 00:24:03,733
-Nothing.
-I mean...

347
00:24:03,817 --> 00:24:04,818
I mean...

348
00:24:05,110 --> 00:24:06,194
I mean, we didn't...

349
00:24:07,279 --> 00:24:10,073
We didn't know you were into...

350
00:24:11,825 --> 00:24:12,659
Bridesmaids?

351
00:24:16,121 --> 00:24:17,289
[laughs]

352
00:24:20,959 --> 00:24:21,918
I love you.

353
00:24:26,047 --> 00:24:28,341
-Can you get my dress?
-Yes [laughs]

354
00:24:28,967 --> 00:24:31,386
[Theo] I'm sorry to bring this up
again, but...

355
00:24:31,970 --> 00:24:33,972
why the hell would she go to that house?

356
00:24:36,349 --> 00:24:38,768
My kids are going to ask me how she died.

357
00:24:40,645 --> 00:24:41,730
And you'll tell them.

358
00:24:42,147 --> 00:24:43,106
Tell them what?

359
00:24:43,857 --> 00:24:45,066
She killed herself?

360
00:24:46,860 --> 00:24:49,905
-Aunt Nellie killed herself?
-Yes, that's better than lying.

361
00:24:51,907 --> 00:24:53,617
Or saying nothing, like Dad did.

362
00:24:56,578 --> 00:24:57,829
What do I say?

363
00:25:02,876 --> 00:25:04,836
You answer the question that's asked.

364
00:25:07,380 --> 00:25:10,634
Don't elaborate, don't offer information
that's not requested.

365
00:25:10,717 --> 00:25:11,927
Just tell them that...

366
00:25:13,970 --> 00:25:16,515
that their feelings are correct
and they're safe.

367
00:25:18,475 --> 00:25:19,935
And it's okay to be curious.

368
00:25:22,229 --> 00:25:23,063
And sad.

369
00:25:25,065 --> 00:25:26,399
Tell them you're sad, too.

370
00:25:30,153 --> 00:25:31,238
And if they ask why?

371
00:25:33,156 --> 00:25:34,407
Tell them you don't know.

372
00:25:35,242 --> 00:25:36,201
No one knows.

373
00:25:36,868 --> 00:25:37,702
That's okay.

374
00:25:42,249 --> 00:25:43,750
Better they ask you than me.

375
00:25:47,420 --> 00:25:48,296
Why?

376
00:25:48,547 --> 00:25:50,257
Because I'm fucking angry.

377
00:25:54,886 --> 00:25:58,181
Because I don't want to have to tell them
that I'm fucking pissed at Auntie Nell

378
00:25:58,265 --> 00:26:00,767
who should have known better,
better than most...

379
00:26:01,268 --> 00:26:03,103
what this does to a family.

380
00:26:05,772 --> 00:26:07,440
She fucking knew better.

381
00:26:09,276 --> 00:26:10,443
And she did it anyway.

382
00:26:21,162 --> 00:26:22,038
I gotta go.

383
00:26:23,456 --> 00:26:25,375
Sorry, I just-- I can't, Shirl.

384
00:26:52,652 --> 00:26:53,612
Hey.

385
00:26:54,112 --> 00:26:55,155
Can I come in?

386
00:27:02,370 --> 00:27:03,371
I like your drawing.

387
00:27:04,998 --> 00:27:05,915
Listen...

388
00:27:06,541 --> 00:27:07,709
I'm sorry, okay?

389
00:27:08,585 --> 00:27:09,836
It's okay.

390
00:27:10,629 --> 00:27:12,297
Mom and Dad are still mad at me.

391
00:27:13,089 --> 00:27:14,549
They don't believe me.

392
00:27:15,759 --> 00:27:17,677
-About what?
-Anything.

393
00:27:18,637 --> 00:27:19,763
I'm sorry.

394
00:27:20,680 --> 00:27:22,807
First they said Abigail is not real.

395
00:27:23,975 --> 00:27:26,144
Now they said the basement's not real.

396
00:27:26,227 --> 00:27:27,896
It's not in the blueprints.

397
00:27:28,396 --> 00:27:31,191
They said it's probably
just a crawl space.

398
00:27:32,275 --> 00:27:36,029
And whatever was down there,
they definitely don't believe me.

399
00:27:36,363 --> 00:27:38,239
Nobody ever believes me.

400
00:27:44,746 --> 00:27:45,747
I believe you.
401
00:27:49,876 --> 00:27:51,378
Maybe we can prove it to them.

402
00:27:52,379 --> 00:27:55,090
You said something about a ladder
when you were down there.

403
00:27:57,509 --> 00:27:59,344
So pretend you're the dumbwaiter.

404
00:27:59,719 --> 00:28:00,553
Where was it?

405
00:28:01,971 --> 00:28:02,931
Okay, so...

406
00:28:03,640 --> 00:28:05,392
Was it this far away?

407
00:28:05,975 --> 00:28:06,893
A little more.

408
00:28:07,477 --> 00:28:08,311
Was it...

409
00:28:09,562 --> 00:28:10,522
this far away?

410
00:28:13,650 --> 00:28:14,484
Okay.

411
00:28:14,859 --> 00:28:17,153
One, two, three,

412
00:28:17,320 --> 00:28:21,116
four, five, six, seven,

413
00:28:21,199 --> 00:28:24,536
eight, nine, ten...

414
00:28:25,245 --> 00:28:26,246
eleven.

415
00:30:48,263 --> 00:30:49,722
You were so scared.

416
00:31:30,555 --> 00:31:32,265
Oh. Hi.

417
00:31:32,473 --> 00:31:35,101
I'm so sorry to just drop in
on you like this.

418
00:31:35,852 --> 00:31:38,813
-If I'm interrupting, I can--
-No, it's fine.

419
00:31:39,439 --> 00:31:40,648
Please, come in.

420
00:31:42,150 --> 00:31:45,737
I was just in the neighborhood
and I needed something to...

421
00:31:47,280 --> 00:31:48,197
Is Kelsey here?

422
00:31:49,282 --> 00:31:51,701
No, she's at school right now.

423
00:31:52,368 --> 00:31:53,995
All the kids are at school.

424
00:31:54,871 --> 00:31:55,705
Of course.

425
00:31:56,873 --> 00:31:59,375
I didn't realize you made house calls.

426
00:32:02,795 --> 00:32:04,339
I don't, normally.

427
00:32:04,422 --> 00:32:07,091
I was just out and about
and thinking about your case.

428
00:32:09,677 --> 00:32:11,971
This is going to sound
really strange, but...

429
00:32:12,847 --> 00:32:15,808
would you mind if I took a quick look
down in your basement?

430
00:32:21,064 --> 00:32:23,232
Uh, give us a shout if you need anything.

431
00:32:23,358 --> 00:32:25,401
-I'm about to go back to work.
-Okay.

432
00:32:26,277 --> 00:32:27,111
Thank you.

433
00:34:35,448 --> 00:34:36,908
[gasps] No.

434
00:34:37,241 --> 00:34:38,618
[whimpers] No.

435
00:34:38,910 --> 00:34:40,536
Please! No.

436
00:34:42,872 --> 00:34:45,500
[gasps, pants]

437
00:35:01,099 --> 00:35:02,683
[whimpers, pants]

438
00:35:17,740 --> 00:35:19,617
[pants]

439
00:35:36,843 --> 00:35:38,136
-You all done?
-Yeah.

440
00:35:39,095 --> 00:35:41,597
I really appreciate you indulging me
like this. I...

441
00:35:41,681 --> 00:35:44,350
was hoping I could get into Kelsey's
headspace just a bit,

442
00:35:44,433 --> 00:35:47,103
you know, try to understand her better.
But, well...

443
00:35:48,146 --> 00:35:49,522
It's just a normal basement.

444
00:35:49,605 --> 00:35:50,940
That's what we keep telling her.

445
00:35:51,023 --> 00:35:52,859
I'll dive back in with her this week.

446
00:35:52,942 --> 00:35:53,860
Thank you.

447
00:35:59,699 --> 00:36:00,533
Thanks.

448
00:36:07,373 --> 00:36:08,374
What are you...

449
00:36:09,125 --> 00:36:10,835
um... looking at?

450
00:36:13,045 --> 00:36:13,921
Your smile.

451
00:36:19,510 --> 00:36:20,636
[Theo] That's right.

452
00:36:22,346 --> 00:36:23,723
And Social Services, too.

453
00:36:25,850 --> 00:36:27,602
You just have to trust me on this.

454
00:36:29,270 --> 00:36:31,105
I haven't been wrong before, have I?

455
00:36:33,274 --> 00:36:34,442
Yes, I'm sure.

456
00:36:34,775 --> 00:36:37,111
And I'm sure the guy will confess
if you just--

457
00:36:39,572 --> 00:36:40,531
Just get them here.

458
00:36:42,366 --> 00:36:44,118
No, I'm going to wait for the cops.

459
00:36:46,454 --> 00:36:47,288
Okay.

460
00:36:48,039 --> 00:36:50,291
[sighs] Thanks, Gina. Bye.

461
00:37:06,307 --> 00:37:07,975
[Olivia] You found this.

462
00:37:09,268 --> 00:37:11,729
It was in this little room,
off to the side.

463
00:37:12,355 --> 00:37:14,232
There were a bunch of books like it.

464
00:37:14,774 --> 00:37:17,318
It's a book of secrets
that they were trying to hide.

465
00:37:18,736 --> 00:37:19,779
How do you figure that?

466
00:37:21,197 --> 00:37:22,156
I don't know.

467
00:37:23,574 --> 00:37:25,826
I could tell when I picked it up.

468
00:37:27,662 --> 00:37:30,456
Like you could tell there's a false floor
in the pantry?

469
00:37:33,876 --> 00:37:34,794
It's a ledger.

470
00:37:35,544 --> 00:37:37,338
For a bootlegging operation.

471
00:37:37,964 --> 00:37:39,090
You know what that is?

472
00:37:40,841 --> 00:37:43,803
A long time ago,
it was illegal to sell alcohol,

473
00:37:44,095 --> 00:37:46,013
so they made it in secret and hid it.

474
00:37:47,056 --> 00:37:49,809
You know, there's not a single record
of this basement.

475
00:37:50,309 --> 00:37:52,103
It's not on any of the blueprints.

476
00:37:52,770 --> 00:37:54,563
They didn't want anyone to find it.

477
00:37:55,231 --> 00:37:56,065
But you did.

478
00:37:58,276 --> 00:38:01,195
I really, really don't like that you
went down there by yourself.

479
00:38:01,279 --> 00:38:03,572
I just wanted to show you
that Luke was right.

480
00:38:03,656 --> 00:38:05,950
But I love that you're so brave.

481
00:38:06,575 --> 00:38:08,286
[slight chuckle]

482
00:38:16,794 --> 00:38:18,546
-[screams]
-Honey?

483
00:38:18,963 --> 00:38:20,131
[pants]

484
00:38:20,298 --> 00:38:21,632
Honey...

485
00:38:21,799 --> 00:38:22,800
what's wrong?

486
00:38:24,260 --> 00:38:25,970
[exhales]

487
00:39:12,641 --> 00:39:13,726
[exhales]

488
00:39:24,862 --> 00:39:26,447
[young Hugh] Would you look at that.

489
00:39:27,531 --> 00:39:29,533
They must've dug it right out of the wall.

490
00:39:30,493 --> 00:39:32,161
How the hell did she find this?

491
00:39:32,703 --> 00:39:33,871
No idea.

492
00:39:34,705 --> 00:39:35,664
It's amazing.

493
00:39:37,041 --> 00:39:38,751
I can't expect it's up to code.

494
00:39:40,252 --> 00:39:42,463
I'll call Peter to bring
some guys tomorrow.

495
00:39:46,300 --> 00:39:47,259
Come here, my love.

496
00:39:55,810 --> 00:39:58,020
You know, your dad was telling me a story,

497
00:39:58,104 --> 00:39:59,271
about the wine...

498
00:39:59,355 --> 00:40:01,899
you found
when you were cleaning up the cupboard.

499
00:40:02,608 --> 00:40:03,442
How'd you know?

500
00:40:04,735 --> 00:40:05,653
I just guessed.

501
00:40:07,947 --> 00:40:09,782
Like you guessed about the ledger?

502
00:40:14,537 --> 00:40:16,414
You know those headaches I get sometimes?

503
00:40:17,665 --> 00:40:19,500
They started when I was a little girl.

504
00:40:20,543 --> 00:40:22,753
And when I get them... uh,

505
00:40:23,129 --> 00:40:24,713
I see all sorts of...

506
00:40:27,174 --> 00:40:28,092
Well.

507
00:40:28,968 --> 00:40:31,053
Your grandmother was like that, too.

508
00:40:32,054 --> 00:40:33,139
She was...

509
00:40:33,848 --> 00:40:34,723
sensitive.

510
00:40:36,100 --> 00:40:39,186
I've wondered if you and your sisters
might be a little sensitive.

511
00:40:40,271 --> 00:40:43,774
Shirley says some things sometimes
when she's sleeping that are...

512
00:40:45,151 --> 00:40:46,569
Well, they're interesting.

513
00:40:47,653 --> 00:40:51,115
And I asked Nellie what she thought about
the house when we moved in.

514
00:40:51,740 --> 00:40:53,075
She said it was loud.

515
00:40:54,368 --> 00:40:56,704
Such an odd word she chose.

516
00:40:58,330 --> 00:41:01,709
I noticed you always wear sweaters inside,
even though it's summer.

517
00:41:02,877 --> 00:41:03,794
Why is that?

518
00:41:04,670 --> 00:41:05,921
'Cause it's always cold.

519
00:41:07,882 --> 00:41:09,508
Grandma Mary was like that, too.

520
00:41:10,968 --> 00:41:14,305
She hated the air on her skin.
She was always bundled up.

521
00:41:16,849 --> 00:41:18,767
Sensitive people... [inhales]

522
00:41:18,976 --> 00:41:20,519
they sometimes need...

523
00:41:21,479 --> 00:41:22,563
[exhales]

524
00:41:22,813 --> 00:41:23,647
Well.

525
00:41:31,363 --> 00:41:32,865
These will help with the cold.

526
00:41:34,742 --> 00:41:36,035
And the other thing.

527
00:41:43,542 --> 00:41:44,668
Does Dad know?

528
00:41:46,003 --> 00:41:47,171
That you're sensitive?

529
00:41:47,588 --> 00:41:48,422
Kind of.

530
00:41:50,174 --> 00:41:52,927
We'll talk a lot more about it
as you get older.

531
00:41:53,093 --> 00:41:55,346
[inhales] But in the meantime...

532
00:41:56,764 --> 00:41:59,683
if you're feeling overwhelmed
and you think nobody will understand,

533
00:41:59,767 --> 00:42:01,227
you can talk to me.

534
00:42:02,520 --> 00:42:03,521
About anything.

535
00:42:05,397 --> 00:42:06,273
Okay?

536
00:42:13,656 --> 00:42:14,865
[slight chuckle]

537
00:42:17,701 --> 00:42:21,121
THEODORA CRAIN
$15,000

538
00:42:24,458 --> 00:42:25,376
Thanks.

539
00:42:25,459 --> 00:42:27,836
You're not scared Shirley's
going to kill you for this?

540
00:42:28,128 --> 00:42:29,505
I'm pretty good at secrets.

541
00:42:29,838 --> 00:42:31,549
[slight chuckle] I know.

542
00:42:32,132 --> 00:42:33,801
You sure you don't want to stay
for dinner?

543
00:42:34,301 --> 00:42:35,678
No, but thank you.

544
00:42:37,846 --> 00:42:38,889
Have a good trip.

545
00:42:42,351 --> 00:42:43,435
Hit the beach for me.

546
00:42:45,187 --> 00:42:46,188
No hug?

547
00:42:58,158 --> 00:43:00,703
You got a couple things wrong in there,
by the way.

548
00:43:02,371 --> 00:43:03,539
So you finally read it.

549
00:43:03,998 --> 00:43:06,667
You said it was Luke that I found
the old bootlegging basement.

550
00:43:07,876 --> 00:43:08,711
That was me.

551
00:43:09,044 --> 00:43:09,920
Oh.

552
00:43:12,047 --> 00:43:13,257
Sorry about that.

553
00:43:13,757 --> 00:43:14,800
Anything else?

554
00:43:15,551 --> 00:43:19,430
You know, I was pretty impressed
by what you wrote about that night.

555
00:43:19,513 --> 00:43:20,556
What night?

556
00:43:21,348 --> 00:43:22,266
That night.

557
00:43:22,850 --> 00:43:23,809
The last one.

558
00:43:24,643 --> 00:43:25,477
Uh-huh?

559
00:43:25,561 --> 00:43:27,479
-That's some wild stuff in there.
-[slight chuckle]

560
00:43:27,855 --> 00:43:31,692
That was really wild stuff considering
that you were asleep for, what, like...

561
00:43:32,234 --> 00:43:33,611
ninety-nine percent of it?

562
00:43:41,452 --> 00:43:43,329
So what are you going to do
with the money?

563
00:43:43,412 --> 00:43:45,414
Car? Purses? Travel?

564
00:43:47,041 --> 00:43:47,875
No.

565
00:43:49,585 --> 00:43:51,545
I'm gonna get my fucking PhD.

566
00:45:19,967 --> 00:45:21,260
Jesus wept.

567
00:45:36,483 --> 00:45:37,985
[sniffles]

568
00:45:47,745 --> 00:45:48,829
[sniffles]

569
00:45:51,915 --> 00:45:53,375
[sighs]

570
00:45:58,589 --> 00:45:59,715
[sighs]

571
00:46:01,091 --> 00:46:02,092
[sniffles]

572
00:46:34,416 --> 00:46:36,418
[sobs, screams]

573
00:46:55,771 --> 00:46:56,605
Hey.

574
00:46:57,231 --> 00:46:58,106
Hey.

575
00:46:59,775 --> 00:47:00,984
Uh.

576
00:47:01,652 --> 00:47:03,529
I thought I heard somebody down here.

577
00:47:03,612 --> 00:47:04,613
Sorry to wake you.

578
00:47:06,448 --> 00:47:07,324
You okay?

579
00:47:08,116 --> 00:47:09,159
Yeah, I'm fine.

580
00:47:09,576 --> 00:47:11,703
You sure? You look, uh...

581
00:47:12,412 --> 00:47:13,956
Shirley found your checkbook.

582
00:47:14,665 --> 00:47:15,541
Hmm?

583
00:47:15,624 --> 00:47:16,959
Individual account.

584
00:47:18,085 --> 00:47:19,044
Oh.

585
00:47:20,712 --> 00:47:22,297
You're not going to tell her,
are you?

586
00:47:22,923 --> 00:47:26,009
I mean, it's just as bad for you
as it is for me.

587
00:47:28,470 --> 00:47:29,346
Of course not.

588
00:47:30,764 --> 00:47:33,016
You might want to come up
with an excuse, though.

589
00:47:34,560 --> 00:47:36,186
Make up a mistress, something.

590
00:47:36,562 --> 00:47:37,437
Secret family.

591
00:47:40,732 --> 00:47:44,111
You know, something that's gonna
piss her off less than the truth.

592
00:47:55,289 --> 00:47:57,416
Whoa. [smacks kiss] Hang on.

593
00:48:00,377 --> 00:48:01,420
Are you okay?

594
00:48:01,879 --> 00:48:03,171
Yeah, just...

595
00:48:03,297 --> 00:48:05,090
we barely said two words
to each other.

596
00:48:06,049 --> 00:48:08,051
-Can we take a second and talk?
-[sighs]

597
00:48:14,474 --> 00:48:17,227
Hey, believe me,
I'm thrilled you called me.

598
00:48:17,853 --> 00:48:20,105
I just feel kind of weird about
how I left the other night,

599
00:48:20,188 --> 00:48:22,649
and then last night at the club
you completely ignored me.

600
00:48:22,733 --> 00:48:23,567
Yeah.

601
00:48:28,030 --> 00:48:29,197
Yeah.

602
00:48:34,578 --> 00:48:35,704
I'm sorry about that.

603
00:48:39,791 --> 00:48:41,627
Is that what you want to talk about?

604
00:48:43,337 --> 00:48:44,922
Well, not exclusively.

605
00:48:45,672 --> 00:48:48,175
I mean, I don't know,
what do people usually talk about?

606
00:48:49,259 --> 00:48:51,637
How are you? How was your day?
Stuff like that.

607
00:48:53,847 --> 00:48:55,641
Well, let's see, my day.

608
00:48:56,558 --> 00:48:58,727
I found out that a nine-year-old...

609
00:48:59,061 --> 00:49:00,187
that I was treating...

610
00:49:00,646 --> 00:49:02,648
was getting molested
by her foster dad.

611
00:49:06,276 --> 00:49:08,737
And she buried it so deep
she had to make up a monster

612
00:49:08,820 --> 00:49:10,697
just to compartmentalize and cope.

613
00:49:12,950 --> 00:49:15,786
And she did such a good job
that she planted him right in my head.

614
00:49:19,373 --> 00:49:22,834
Guy folded like a cheap suit the moment
he was questioned by the cops, so...

615
00:49:23,418 --> 00:49:24,294
Yay.

616
00:49:26,630 --> 00:49:28,632
But that just means the girl
goes back in the system,

617
00:49:28,715 --> 00:49:30,217
so it's a gamble at best.

618
00:49:31,051 --> 00:49:32,386
[sighs] So, you know...

619
00:49:34,346 --> 00:49:35,764
good job, me.

620
00:49:39,977 --> 00:49:40,936
And this kid...

621
00:49:42,771 --> 00:49:44,898
she built up so many emotional walls.

622
00:49:48,276 --> 00:49:50,237
I touched her hands
and I didn't even...

623
00:49:56,243 --> 00:49:59,454
She just needed help
and no one was listening.

624
00:50:05,544 --> 00:50:07,587
And it's so much like Nellie.

625
00:50:12,634 --> 00:50:13,552
So...

626
00:50:14,845 --> 00:50:17,931
should we talk about your day
or would you rather come to bed?

627
00:50:52,215 --> 00:50:53,216
Theo!

628
00:50:54,217 --> 00:50:56,011
I need you to get Luke
and Nell to the car.

629
00:50:56,094 --> 00:50:58,930
You get in, lock the doors, don't unlock
until you see me come outside.

630
00:50:59,014 --> 00:51:00,682
-Do you understand?
-What's happening?

631
00:51:00,766 --> 00:51:03,018
Get them to the car.
I need to get Steve and Shirl.

632
00:51:03,101 --> 00:51:04,978
[banging]
What's happening?

633
00:51:05,103 --> 00:51:06,021
Go.

634
00:51:06,980 --> 00:51:07,814
Come on.

635
00:51:10,317 --> 00:51:11,443
[pants] Come on.

636
00:51:14,112 --> 00:51:15,280
Daddy!

637
00:51:16,073 --> 00:51:17,991
-[Olivia] Stop!
-[impact grunt]

638
00:51:18,617 --> 00:51:19,493
Let go!

639
00:51:19,910 --> 00:51:22,329
Let go of me! Let go!

640
00:51:22,412 --> 00:51:23,455
Don't touch me!

641
00:51:24,372 --> 00:51:25,874
Don't touch me!

642
00:51:27,501 --> 00:51:28,960
[young Theo] Don't touch me!

643
00:51:29,878 --> 00:51:30,754
Touch me.
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