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If you mix Moonrise Kingdom with Natural Born Killers you get The End of the F***ing World. Have a listen to Blur founder Graham Coxen's snappy tune.

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Based on the award-winning series of comic books by Charles Forsman, The End of the F***ing World invites viewers into the dark and confusing lives of teen outsiders James and Alyssa as they embark on a road trip to find Alyssa’s father, who left home when she was a child.

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 CURRENT STATUS:

streaming on Netflix; renewed for season 2

 GENRES:

adventure / comedy / drama

 CONTENT RATING:

TV-MA

 SEASONS:

1

 EPISODES:

8

 RUNNING TIME:

approx. 18 to 25 mins /episode

 🍿 TOTAL BINGE TIME:

166 binge minutes

 ASPECT RATIO:

1.33 : 1 (past scenes) / 1.78 : 1

 SOUND MIX:

Dolby Digital

 ORIGINAL LANGUAGE:

English (alternate subtitle languages also available)

 CAMERA:

RED Weapon 8K S35

 PROCESS:

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business details

 PRODUCTION:

Clerkenwell Films / Dominic Buchanan Productions

 DISTRIBUTION:

Channel 4 Television Corporation / Netflix

 RELEASE DATES:

24 Oct. 2017 / 5 Jan. 2018 (se.1)

 PRODUCTION BUDGET:

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worth noting

 AWARDS:

Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy Award. Another 3 nominations

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Based on the award-winning series of comic books by Charles Forsman, The End of the F***ing World invites viewers into the dark and confusing lives of teen outsiders James and Alyssa as they embark on a road trip to find Alyssa’s father, who left home when she was a child.

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E4 & Netflix partner on brand new 8-part drama THE END OF THE F***ING WORLD, a darkly comic road trip tale written by Charlie Covell and produced by Clerkenwell Films and Dominic Buchanan Productions.

Filming begins today with Alex Lawther and Jessica Barden leading the cast

Based on the award-winning series of comic books by Charles Forsman, THE END OF THE F***ING WORLD invites viewers into the dark and confusing lives of teen outsiders James (Alex Lawther​ – Black Mirror, The Imitation Game) and Alyssa (Jessica Barden​ – The Lobster, Ellen, Penny Dreadful) as they embark on a road trip to find Alyssa’s father, who left home when she was a child.

James, 17, is pretty sure he’s a psychopath – emotionally detached, cold and disdainful, he’s decided he’s ready to graduate from killing animals. He thinks it might be interesting to kill something bigger…a human. And he’s got the perfect person in mind…

Alyssa, also 17, is new in school – cool and moody, she’s existential angst made flesh. But despite being popular at school, she still feels like she doesn’t belong. Spotting James one day at school, however, she thinks she may have found a soulmate…

When things come to a head at home between Alyssa, her mother and stepdad, she leaves and persuades James to join her in search of her real father. And so begins a journey of discovery that becomes progressively ominous as James’s urge to act on his sociopathic and violent inclinations increase while Alyssa, blinded by young love, remains willfully ignorant of the consequences that lie at the end of the road. One night, however, the pair find themselves caught up in events that lead them down an ever more menacing and surreal path.

Dark, intriguing, tense and chilling, and shot through with moments of dark absurdity and humour, The End of the F***ing World is written by Charlie Covell (Banana, Burn, Burn, Burn and Gap Year) and produced by Clerkenwell Films (Misfits, Lovesick, Not Safe For Work, The Aliens) and Dominic Buchanan Productions.

If David Lynch made a rom-com road movie about a pair of teen misfits in British suburbia it might look something like The End of the F***ing World.
- Roberto Troni, Channel 4

Alex Lawther & Jessica Barden in season 1 of The End of the F***ing World.

Alex Lawther & Jessica Barden in season 1 of The End of the F***ing World. (Source: Netflix)

Roberto Troni, commissioning editor at Channel 4, said: “From the instant we were introduced to the utterly original Charles Forsman graphic novel we knew it was something special. Reimagined by the multi-talented Charlie Covell, Jon Entwistle and the guys at Clerkenwell for this side of the Atlantic, it’s by turns funny, brutally violent, ultimately quite uplifting in a screwed up way. If David Lynch made a rom-com road movie about a pair of teen misfits in British suburbia it might look something like The End of the F***ing World. What could be more E4?”

Murray Ferguson, Chief Executive of Clerkenwell Films, said: “It’s great to be partnering once more with both Channel 4/E4 and with Netflix on this new and ambitious project. This is a series full of originality and flair. We can’t wait to get started.”

Alex Lawther & Jessica Barden in season 1 of The End of the F***ing World.

Alex Lawther & Jessica Barden in season 1 of The End of the F***ing World. (Source: Netflix)

Charlie Covell, writer, says: “I’m thrilled that The End of the F***ing World starts filming on Monday – I can’t believe it’s really happening! From the minute I got sent Chuck Forsman’s comics to read, I wanted in. They’re beautiful, and they tell a dark, unconventional coming-of-age love story. It has been a massive privilege to bring Chuck’s characters to screen.”

Commissioned for Channel 4 by Beth Willis, Head of Drama for Channel 4, and Roberto Troni, commissioning editor, and for Netflix by Elizabeth Bradley and Alex Sapot, The End of the F***ing World is made by Clerkenwell Films and Dominic Buchanan Productions.

Jonathan Entwistle and Lucy Tcherniak will direct. Kate Ogborn (The Unloved, Red Riding) is producer and executive producers for Clerkenwell Films are Petra Fried, Ed Macdonald and Andy Baker, and executive producer for Dominic Buchanan Productions is Dominic Buchanan (Gimme The Loot, Lilting, King Jack). Jonathan Entwistle also serves as executive producer.

 

Happy bingeing! 🍿 - Nick Runyeard

 

2 feb. 2018 | The End of the F***ing World

 "walking all day with my mind on fire" is the catchy tune on the soundtrack that you can sing along to thanks to Blur founder Graham Coxon

Thinking of becoming a serial killer?  Or are you 'just' a sociopath weirdo with thoughts of harming the masses?  The music of the Netflix series The End of the F***king World is so simple, and repetitive, it's a catchy tune to work by no matter what your forte.  The song is called "Walking All Day" and it's by British musician Graham Coxon, one of the founding members of the band Blur (remember those guys? woo hoo!).

 

title: "Walking All Day"
by: Graham Coxon
produced by: Graham Coxon
album: The End Of The F***ing World (Original Songs and Score)

Blur founder Graham Coxon

Blur founder Graham Coxon. (Source: independent.co.uk)

[Verse 1]

Walkin' all day with my mouth on fire, tryin' to get talkin' to you
Walkin' all day with my mouth on fire, that's what I've gotta do
Tryin' to get talkin' to you

 

Walkin' all day with my feet on fire, tryin' to get closer to you
Walkin' all day with my feet on fire, that's what I've gotta do
Tryin' to get closer to you

 

Walkin' all day with my mind on fire, I can't stop thinking of you
Walkin' all day with my mind on fire, that's what I've gotta do
I can't stop thinkin' of you

 

[Verse 2]

Walkin' all day with my hands on fire, wanna get to touch you
Walkin' all day with my hands on fire, that's what I've gotta do
Wanna get to touch you

 

Walkin' all day with my heart on fire, falling in love with you
Walkin' all day with my heart on fire, that's what I've gotta do
Falling in love with you

 

[Outro]

Murder me
Make me happy
Talk to me
It's so crappy
Ignore me
I'm being sappy, over me
What's this power?
Gonna tell you once more

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...a look at the main credited cast

Jessica Barden's primary photo Jessica Barden – Alyssa

Alex Lawther's primary photo Alex Lawther – James

Steve Oram's primary photo Steve Oram – Phil

Wunmi Mosaku's primary photo Wunmi Mosaku – DC Teri Darego

Gemma Whelan's primary photo Gemma Whelan – DC Eunice Noon

Christine Bottomley's primary photo Christine Bottomley – Gwen

Navin Chowdhry's primary photo Navin Chowdhry – Tony

Jack Veal's primary photo Jack Veal – Little James

Jonathan Aris's primary photo Jonathan Aris – Professor Clive Koch

Barry Ward's primary photo Barry Ward – Leslie

Kelly Harrison's primary photo Kelly Harrison – Vanessa

Holly Beechey's primary photo Holly Beechey – Little Alyssa

Polly Kemp's primary photo Polly Kemp – Rita

Alex Sawyer's primary photo Alex Sawyer – Topher

Eileen Davies's primary photo Eileen Davies – Stella

Kierston Wareing's primary photo Kierston Wareing – Debbie

Margaret Ann Bain's primary photo Margaret Ann Bain – Angela

Adam Brown's primary photo Adam Brown – Kyle

Alex Beckett's primary photo Alex Beckett – Jonno

Juliet Cowan's primary photo Juliet Cowan – Diner Waitress

Matt King's primary photo Matt King – DC Eddie Onslow

Hywel Morgan's primary photo Hywel Morgan – SOCO

Leon Annor's primary photo Leon Annor – Emil

Simon Lenagan's primary photo Simon Lenagan – DC

Tyrus Mckenzie's primary photo Tyrus Mckenzie – Hoodie

Garry Summers's primary photo Garry Summers – Distraught Dad

Louis Wint's primary photo Louis Wint – Milton

Earl Cave's primary photo Earl Cave – Frodo

Lily Kavanagh's primary photo Lily Kavanagh – Lost Child

Felicity Montagu's primary photo Felicity Montagu – Jocelyn

Emma Appleton's primary photo Emma Appleton – Kelly

Geoff Bell's primary photo Geoff Bell – Martin

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the key crew of The End of the F***ing World

it takes hundreds of creative people and thousands of hours to make something like The End of the F***ing World.  this is only a partial list of those talented people

|directors

Jonathan Entwistle - Director
Lucy Tcherniak - Director


|writers

Charlie Covell - Writer
Charles S. Forsman - Writer (comic book)


|producers

Andy Baker - Executive Producer
Dominic Buchanan - Executive Producer
Jonathan Entwistle - Executive Producer
Murray Ferguson - Executive Producer
Petra Fried - Executive Producer
Rhian Griffiths - Line Producer
Liz Lewin - Commissioning Editor
Ed Macdonald - Executive Producer
Kate Ogborn - Producer
Charlie Covell - Associate Producer


|composer

Graham Coxon


|cinematographers

Justin Brown
Ben Fordesman


|editors

Celia Haining
Mike Jones


|production designer

Grenville Horner


|art director

Fleur Whitlock


|set decorator

Casey Williams


|costume designer

Emma Rees


 

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Based on the award-winning series of comic books by Charles Forsman, The End of the F***ing World invites viewers into the dark and confusing lives of teen outsiders James (Alex Lawther – Black Mirror, The Imitation Game) and Alyssa (Jessica Barden – The Lobster, Ellen, Penny Dreadful) as they embark on a road trip to find Alyssa’s father, who left home when she was a child.

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"Part 1"

| episode: 1.01 | 18 min | drama comedy
| director: Jonathan Entwistle
| writers: Charles S. Forsman, Charlie Covell
| release date: 24 october 2017

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"Part 2"

| episode: 1.02 | 22 min | drama comedy
| director: Jonathan Entwistle
| writers: Charles S. Forsman, Charlie Covell
| release date: 24 october 2017

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"Part 3"

| episode: 1.03 | 21 min | drama comedy
| director: Jonathan Entwistle
| writers: Charles S. Forsman, Charlie Covell
| release date: 24 october 2017

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"Part 4"

| episode: 1.04 | 21 min | drama comedy
| director: Jonathan Entwistle
| writers: Charles S. Forsman, Charlie Covell
| release date: 24 october 2017

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"Part 5"

| episode: 1.05 | 20 min | drama comedy
| directors: Jonathan Entwistle, Lucy Tcherniak
| writers: Charles S. Forsman, Charlie Covell
| release date: 24 october 2017

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"Part 6"

| episode: 1.06 | 22 min | drama comedy
| director: Lucy Tcherniak
| writers: Charles S. Forsman, Charlie Covell
| release date: 24 october 2017

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"Part 7"

| episode: 1.07 | 21 min | drama comedy
| director: Lucy Tcherniak
| writers: Charles S. Forsman, Charlie Covell
| release date: 24 october 2017

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"Part 8"

| episode: 1.08 | 21 min | drama comedy
| director: Lucy Tcherniak
| writers: Charles S. Forsman, Charlie Covell
| release date: 24 october 2017

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season 1 - episode 8
"Part 8"

Based on the comic book by

Charles S. Forsman

Written by

Charles S. Forsman & Charlie Covell

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S01-Ep.08: "Part 8"

Eunice goes rogue, Leslie shows his tru colors, and Alyssa and James plan their escape - but soon realize they're out of time.

TRANSCRIPTION

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[labored breathing]

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[muffled rumbling]

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[bang]

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[soft country music]

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♪ Walking all day with my mouth on fire ♪

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♪ I'm trying to get talking to you ♪

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♪ Walking all day with my mouth on fire ♪

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♪ That's what I've got to do ♪

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♪ I'm trying to get talking to you ♪

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♪ Walking all day with my feet on fire ♪

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♪ I'm trying to get closer to you ♪

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♪ Walking all day with my feet on fire ♪

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♪ That's what I've got to do ♪

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♪ I'm trying to get closer to you ♪

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♪ Walking all day
With my mind on fire... ♪

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[Alyssa] Normally,
I always kiss him first.

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♪ Walking all day with my mind on fire ♪

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♪ That's what I've got to do ♪

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♪ I can't stop thinking of you ♪

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[music continues]

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[rumbling]

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[music stops]

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[James] Are you OK?
[Alyssa] Can I say something?

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Can we wait?

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Just for a bit, like, I don't know,
for a few days, is that OK?

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[James] Yeah, of course.

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[Alyssa] I think it is OK.
We've got, like, our whole lives.

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Plus, I might feel like it tomorrow.

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[ominous music]

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[gentle snoring]

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[ominous percussions]

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[snoring continues]

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[door creaks]

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[Leslie moans in his sleep]

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[dissonant chords]

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[music fades]

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[James] What?

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Nothing.

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I can't believe I've got a brother.

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[Alyssa] I've probably got, like,
loads of them.

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All over the place.
I know he's traveled.

42
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I've probably got family in Vietnam
or some shit.

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[James laughs]

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I think I hate my dad
more than I hate my mum.

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Me, too.

46
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I hate both of mine,
but definitely hate my dad more.

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Why?

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'Cause she died and he didn't.

49
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She killed herself.

50
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[seagulls cry]

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I was there.

52
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I didn't do anything.

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[melancholy music]

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[Alyssa] What was she like?

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Really kind.

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Really sad.

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She just always...

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found everything a bit much, I think.

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-James?
-Yeah?

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It wasn't your fault.

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[music builds]

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[Alyssa] It's like we're at the edge
of the world.

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Like we're safe.

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Only... we're not.

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We can't stay here.

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-Nope.
-We can't go home.

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[James] No.

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[Alyssa] We should go away.
Properly away. Like, somewhere foreign.

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[James] Yeah.

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[Alyssa] Somewhere else
completely new and start again.

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Yeah.

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Do you want to do that, too?

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Yes.

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[James] I really did want that.

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We could take your dad's boat.

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[James] We just need the keys.

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[music fades]

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[melancholy music resumes]

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[phone buzzes]

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[ominous music]

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[beep] If you're doing what I think
you're doing, then you're a fucking idiot.

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Wherever you are,
call me when you get this.

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[Alyssa] It's much easier
to think someone's the answer

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if you haven't seen them for years.

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Because they're not really real.

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People can't be answers.
They're just more questions.

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Questions like:

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"Why are you
such a fucking useless dad?"

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[music stops] [Leslie grunts]

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Ah, fuck!

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[Leslie sighs]

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Ah, Alyssa! Ah!

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You came back! Oh, thank God.

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I was worried about you.

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-I was. I went looking for you everywhere.
-No, you didn't.

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You ran over a dog, killed it,
then fucked off and left me.

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Yeah, but after that. After all that.

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Wait, I killed the dog?

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Fucking hell!

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[Leslie laughs]

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[Leslie] I'm sorry.

102
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I'm sorry, I was shit-faced.

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[Leslie continues to laugh]

104
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[snorts] Oh, I'm sorry. I'm laughing
because it's bad, you know? I'm--

105
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Can we go out on the boat?

106
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What?

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Your boat.
Me and James want to go out on it.

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00:08:13,080 --> 00:08:14,960
-Now?
-Yeah. Now.

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[Leslie sighs]

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[Leslie] OK. Fine.

111
00:08:22,400 --> 00:08:24,640
Give me, like, ten minutes.

112
00:08:24,880 --> 00:08:27,320
-I need a shit and a Berocca.
-You don't have to come with us.

113
00:08:28,480 --> 00:08:29,320
What do you mean?

114
00:08:29,840 --> 00:08:32,120
Just mean, it's cool, we'll manage.
James is a good driver.

115
00:08:32,200 --> 00:08:33,720
We'll have it back by lunchtime.

116
00:08:33,799 --> 00:08:36,600
Listen, girlie, I may not have seen you
for a few years...

117
00:08:37,240 --> 00:08:40,080
but I wasn't born yesterday. OK?

118
00:08:41,880 --> 00:08:43,200
So, what's the plan, then?

119
00:08:44,560 --> 00:08:46,040
Sail across the Channel?

120
00:08:46,880 --> 00:08:48,680
Get jobs at Disneyland Paris?

121
00:08:48,760 --> 00:08:50,000
Change your names?

122
00:08:52,160 --> 00:08:53,120
Who did you kill?

123
00:08:53,200 --> 00:08:55,480
[ominous music]

124
00:08:55,560 --> 00:08:56,520
What?

125
00:08:56,760 --> 00:08:58,160
Your faces are on the telly.

126
00:08:59,040 --> 00:09:00,520
There's a reward out.

127
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[both] Fuck.

128
00:09:03,160 --> 00:09:04,200
Who did you kill?

129
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[muffled] I'm not fucking Judge Judy.

130
00:09:09,360 --> 00:09:11,600
I'm interested, is all.

131
00:09:13,720 --> 00:09:15,600
[phone buzzes]

132
00:09:18,680 --> 00:09:21,840
[Leslie] Come on,
what did you do? Hmm?

133
00:09:23,520 --> 00:09:25,120
What did you do, kiddo?

134
00:09:25,720 --> 00:09:28,880
[hard] You are not taking
my fucking boat, OK?

135
00:09:29,080 --> 00:09:31,280
You don't want
to be drawing attention to yourselves.

136
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Take my word for it.

137
00:09:35,400 --> 00:09:39,040
OK. Everybody, just sit down,
and calm down.

138
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You're safe here, OK?

139
00:09:43,400 --> 00:09:44,400
I promise.

140
00:09:44,480 --> 00:09:46,320
[Alyssa] Oh, you "promise," do you?

141
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-Well, that means a lot.
-Shut your fucking mouth!

142
00:09:48,720 --> 00:09:50,240
Don't speak to her like that.

143
00:09:51,400 --> 00:09:52,320
Or what?

144
00:09:54,280 --> 00:09:55,280
Hmm?

145
00:10:00,520 --> 00:10:01,520
[Leslie sniggers]

146
00:10:02,880 --> 00:10:03,720
OK.

147
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OK, I'm sorry.

148
00:10:09,680 --> 00:10:10,520
I'm sorry.

149
00:10:11,480 --> 00:10:12,320
[Leslie] Look...

150
00:10:12,400 --> 00:10:13,960
I'll make us a cup of tea.

151
00:10:15,080 --> 00:10:16,920
Yeah? Tea?

152
00:10:17,720 --> 00:10:18,760
Yeah, OK.

153
00:10:19,360 --> 00:10:20,360
James, tea?

154
00:10:20,440 --> 00:10:21,560
No, thanks.

155
00:10:23,040 --> 00:10:24,120
I'm gonna make you tea.

156
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[clattering]

157
00:10:33,000 --> 00:10:34,000
[Leslie sighs]

158
00:10:34,640 --> 00:10:35,880
Want the good news
or bad news?

159
00:10:38,520 --> 00:10:40,440
[Leslie] The bad news is:

160
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we've no milk.

161
00:10:45,400 --> 00:10:46,920
But the good news is...

162
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we've got biscuits.

163
00:10:50,440 --> 00:10:51,560
[Leslie] James?

164
00:10:53,640 --> 00:10:54,760
Alyssa?

165
00:10:56,320 --> 00:10:57,600
Yeah, go on, then.

166
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[music stops]

167
00:11:03,240 --> 00:11:05,400
Seriously, girl, are you OK?

168
00:11:08,160 --> 00:11:09,080
What happened?

169
00:11:09,600 --> 00:11:10,680
You can tell me.

170
00:11:12,040 --> 00:11:13,320
Why would I trust you?

171
00:11:14,280 --> 00:11:15,480
Come on, darling.

172
00:11:16,080 --> 00:11:19,240
Look, granted... I'm not the greatest.

173
00:11:19,920 --> 00:11:22,680
But I'm still your daddy.
Of course you can trust me.

174
00:11:24,600 --> 00:11:26,880
Why didn't you tell me
about your little boy?

175
00:11:27,560 --> 00:11:28,560
Because...

176
00:11:31,760 --> 00:11:35,280
Ah, shit.
Because I was embarrassed, OK?

177
00:11:36,480 --> 00:11:37,720
Because I felt ashamed.

178
00:11:40,040 --> 00:11:41,160
He's called Milton.

179
00:11:42,440 --> 00:11:43,360
He's eight.

180
00:11:45,240 --> 00:11:47,600
He's weirdly good at spelling.

181
00:11:48,680 --> 00:11:50,400
I'm sorry, I should have said.

182
00:11:52,120 --> 00:11:54,200
[Leslie] Can we start again? Please?

183
00:12:00,360 --> 00:12:02,160
-There was a man.
-Alyssa...

184
00:12:03,080 --> 00:12:04,040
OK...

185
00:12:04,120 --> 00:12:05,960
[ominous beats]

186
00:12:06,120 --> 00:12:07,120
We killed him.

187
00:12:09,200 --> 00:12:10,040
OK.

188
00:12:11,120 --> 00:12:12,720
[Leslie] Don't worry, it's OK.

189
00:12:16,040 --> 00:12:17,880
He was going to hurt me.

190
00:12:19,200 --> 00:12:20,400
[Leslie] Oh, darling.

191
00:12:21,160 --> 00:12:22,400
He was bad.

192
00:12:25,240 --> 00:12:26,760
He was really bad.

193
00:12:26,840 --> 00:12:28,560
[music builds]

194
00:12:28,800 --> 00:12:30,240
[James] I don't know why I knew.

195
00:12:30,800 --> 00:12:32,040
I just did.
[Alyssa whimpers]

196
00:12:32,120 --> 00:12:33,760
Something didn't feel right.

197
00:12:34,640 --> 00:12:35,920
Hey, it's OK.

198
00:12:36,760 --> 00:12:37,600
It's OK.

199
00:12:38,520 --> 00:12:39,680
[Leslie] Darling...

200
00:12:40,920 --> 00:12:42,440
[Leslie] Darling?
[James] I killed him.

201
00:12:43,360 --> 00:12:46,120
I killed him.
She didn't do anything.

202
00:12:46,200 --> 00:12:47,240
[phone] Stay where you are.

203
00:12:47,320 --> 00:12:49,040
-He called 999.
-What?

204
00:12:49,120 --> 00:12:52,160
Baby? Baby, listen to me.
I'm trying to protect you.

205
00:12:52,760 --> 00:12:54,560
[Alyssa] You fucker!
[Leslie] Argh!

206
00:12:55,120 --> 00:12:56,880
Police!
[Leslie screams]

207
00:12:59,200 --> 00:13:02,000
[radio] We've found the suspects.
The boy's confessed to the murder.

208
00:13:02,080 --> 00:13:02,960
Where are they?

209
00:13:03,040 --> 00:13:06,160
We've traced the call to the coast road.
Armed unit on its way now.

210
00:13:07,160 --> 00:13:08,160
[police siren]

211
00:13:10,920 --> 00:13:13,000
[Leslie] Argh!
[Alyssa] You actually in the police?

212
00:13:13,080 --> 00:13:14,160
Yes!

213
00:13:16,560 --> 00:13:18,680
Can you stop pointing
that at me, please?

214
00:13:19,080 --> 00:13:19,920
[Leslie moans]

215
00:13:20,000 --> 00:13:21,680
[sirens]

216
00:13:24,240 --> 00:13:26,280
[Eunice] I wouldn't do that.
[Leslie] What? Why?

217
00:13:26,360 --> 00:13:28,240
The knife's stemming the blood. Leave it.

218
00:13:28,880 --> 00:13:30,440
Have you got any antiseptic?

219
00:13:30,520 --> 00:13:32,480
[Leslie] I've got some Arnica
in the bathroom.

220
00:13:32,560 --> 00:13:34,760
[Eunice] Let's not piss into the wind.
Just leave it.

221
00:13:34,840 --> 00:13:36,680
You'll be fine.
An armed unit's on its way.

222
00:13:36,760 --> 00:13:39,440
[Eunice] OK, look. We haven't got long.
[James] What is going on?

223
00:13:39,520 --> 00:13:41,000
I want to help you, all right? Listen.

224
00:13:41,080 --> 00:13:42,720
[James] We need to go.
[Eunice] No.

225
00:13:43,440 --> 00:13:45,560
[Eunice] Can't let you do that.
You can't keep running.

226
00:13:45,640 --> 00:13:46,640
You can't.

227
00:13:47,080 --> 00:13:49,560
It's better that you hand yourselves
in now, willingly, to me,

228
00:13:49,640 --> 00:13:51,560
and I can help you
sort out a manslaughter plea.

229
00:13:51,640 --> 00:13:54,480
-Please, can you move?
-No, you have to stop.

230
00:13:55,120 --> 00:13:56,600
Especially you, James.

231
00:13:57,280 --> 00:13:59,480
-You're 18 now.
-What?

232
00:13:59,560 --> 00:14:01,920
-Happy birthday, by the way.
-What, today?

233
00:14:03,640 --> 00:14:04,920
You're eighteenth?

234
00:14:05,800 --> 00:14:07,280
Why didn't you say anything?

235
00:14:08,400 --> 00:14:09,800
I would've got you a present.

236
00:14:09,880 --> 00:14:11,600
[Eunice] I saw your dad yesterday.

237
00:14:12,720 --> 00:14:14,040
He told me about your mum.

238
00:14:14,880 --> 00:14:17,400
He showed me the picture of you all.
The one in his wallet.

239
00:14:18,200 --> 00:14:19,520
He doesn't have one in his wallet.

240
00:14:22,960 --> 00:14:24,000
Is he angry with me?

241
00:14:24,520 --> 00:14:25,440
No, he's worried.

242
00:14:26,360 --> 00:14:27,440
Your mum's worried, too.

243
00:14:27,680 --> 00:14:28,520
Yeah, right.

244
00:14:28,600 --> 00:14:29,600
She is.

245
00:14:30,520 --> 00:14:31,960
Your stepdad's a nasty twat isn't he?

246
00:14:33,280 --> 00:14:34,160
Yeah.

247
00:14:36,560 --> 00:14:38,320
What'll happen to us
if we do what you say?

248
00:14:38,400 --> 00:14:39,640
Nothing too bad.

249
00:14:39,720 --> 00:14:42,040
[Eunice] If you let me help you.
[Leslie] Yeah, right.

250
00:14:42,120 --> 00:14:44,200
-Sorry?
-Don't lie to them.

251
00:14:44,480 --> 00:14:46,160
They'll lock you up
and throw away the key.

252
00:14:46,240 --> 00:14:47,880
Mr. Foley, that's actually not the case.

253
00:14:47,960 --> 00:14:48,800
They will.

254
00:14:48,880 --> 00:14:51,240
-Don't listen to her.
-You called the police, Leslie!

255
00:14:51,320 --> 00:14:53,520
Whoa! I'm trying to protect you.

256
00:14:54,000 --> 00:14:55,640
-From him.
-Oh, really?

257
00:14:55,720 --> 00:14:57,800
[Alyssa] It wasn't for the reward?

258
00:14:58,440 --> 00:14:59,320
How much?

259
00:14:59,400 --> 00:15:02,000
Look, you didn't kill anybody, did you?

260
00:15:02,560 --> 00:15:03,800
-He's right.
-What?

261
00:15:04,480 --> 00:15:07,320
-I'll go with you. I'll hand myself in.
-What? No way!

262
00:15:07,400 --> 00:15:09,880
[Leslie] Listen, sweetheart,
take it from someone who knows.

263
00:15:09,960 --> 00:15:11,920
-You take after your mum.
-What?

264
00:15:12,000 --> 00:15:13,320
You have shit taste in men.

265
00:15:13,880 --> 00:15:15,920
[Leslie] Take the opportunity
to get rid of this one.

266
00:15:17,320 --> 00:15:19,000
Argh! What is wrong with you?

267
00:15:19,520 --> 00:15:21,680
You want to know what's wrong
with me, yeah?

268
00:15:21,800 --> 00:15:22,640
You.

269
00:15:23,640 --> 00:15:25,800
You are. You don't care about me.

270
00:15:25,880 --> 00:15:29,480
-You don't give the tiniest shit--
-Course I care. Of course I give a shit--

271
00:15:29,560 --> 00:15:32,000
You shouldn't just make people
if you're going to abandon them

272
00:15:32,080 --> 00:15:34,920
because they think they've done
something wrong their whole lives.

273
00:15:35,000 --> 00:15:36,960
Don't give me that victim shit, Alyssa.

274
00:15:37,040 --> 00:15:40,680
[Leslie] We can all do that.
"I'm anorexic because I was adopted."

275
00:15:40,760 --> 00:15:43,360
"I cheat on women
because I wasn't breastfed."

276
00:15:43,800 --> 00:15:46,000
[Leslie] Everyone has a reason
for how they behave.

277
00:15:46,080 --> 00:15:47,800
[James] What's yours then?
[Leslie] Huh?

278
00:15:47,880 --> 00:15:50,480
[James] Why are you such a prick?
[Alyssa] I love him so much.

279
00:15:50,560 --> 00:15:52,560
[Leslie] You know what? He's right.

280
00:15:53,360 --> 00:15:54,800
But I didn't come looking for you.

281
00:15:54,880 --> 00:15:56,160
Right? I kept away.

282
00:15:56,240 --> 00:15:58,680
I thought it would be best
if you forgot all about me.

283
00:15:58,760 --> 00:16:00,800
-We haven't really got time--
-Just give me a second.

284
00:16:03,040 --> 00:16:04,880
Why did you send me the cards, then?

285
00:16:04,960 --> 00:16:06,440
For my birthday.

286
00:16:06,720 --> 00:16:08,240
[silence]

287
00:16:10,120 --> 00:16:11,760
Did you even send them?

288
00:16:14,080 --> 00:16:15,120
Oh, my God, was it my mum?

289
00:16:16,720 --> 00:16:19,640
[Leslie] She shouldn't have done it.
It's really irresponsible.

290
00:16:19,720 --> 00:16:21,000
I feel like I'm going mad.

291
00:16:21,080 --> 00:16:22,800
Hey! To be mad in a deranged--

292
00:16:22,880 --> 00:16:25,680
Shut up! Shut the fuck up!
Stop quoting yourself!

293
00:16:25,760 --> 00:16:27,640
[ominous music]

294
00:16:34,120 --> 00:16:37,480
Will we go to prison if we hand
ourselves in? Or juvenile? Will we?

295
00:16:37,560 --> 00:16:38,760
Look, yes, possibly.

296
00:16:38,840 --> 00:16:41,640
-We wouldn't go to the same place?
-No, but the thing--

297
00:16:41,720 --> 00:16:43,280
-No?
-No.

298
00:16:43,360 --> 00:16:44,880
-I'm sorry.
-Why?

299
00:16:46,720 --> 00:16:47,840
[Leslie] Jesus Christ!

300
00:16:47,920 --> 00:16:49,240
Give me the keys to your boat.

301
00:16:50,360 --> 00:16:51,360
[James] She's breathing.

302
00:16:52,160 --> 00:16:53,800
Come on, James, we have to go now!

303
00:16:53,880 --> 00:16:55,920
[fast-paced action music]

304
00:17:04,280 --> 00:17:06,160
[music fades]
[Alyssa] Shit!

305
00:17:07,920 --> 00:17:10,000
[ominous music]

306
00:17:14,599 --> 00:17:15,599
Fuck!

307
00:17:24,720 --> 00:17:25,600
Argh!

308
00:17:35,440 --> 00:17:38,000
[shout] Armed police! Armed police!
Stay down!

309
00:17:39,640 --> 00:17:41,080
[policemen shout]

310
00:17:41,160 --> 00:17:43,080
[Teri] Eunice, can you hear me? Eunice?

311
00:17:43,520 --> 00:17:45,000
[policeman] They're on the beach!

312
00:17:46,680 --> 00:17:48,000
[policeman] Move out! Move out!

313
00:17:48,080 --> 00:17:49,440
Say that I kidnapped you.

314
00:17:49,880 --> 00:17:51,120
-What?
-Yeah.

315
00:17:51,320 --> 00:17:52,920
Tell them that I did it all.

316
00:17:53,240 --> 00:17:55,040
Then you'll be OK.
Nothing will happen to you.

317
00:17:55,120 --> 00:17:56,960
No. No way.
We're going together. Come on!

318
00:17:57,480 --> 00:17:58,840
[policemen shout]

319
00:17:59,600 --> 00:18:00,920
-I'm sorry.
-Why?

320
00:18:02,040 --> 00:18:04,880
[shout] Armed police, stay where you are!

321
00:18:04,960 --> 00:18:06,080
Put down the weapon!

322
00:18:06,600 --> 00:18:08,400
What the fuck are you doing?

323
00:18:09,040 --> 00:18:09,880
[screams] James!

324
00:18:09,960 --> 00:18:10,960
[gunshot]

325
00:18:11,040 --> 00:18:13,160
[Alyssa screams] No!
[policemen shout]

326
00:18:14,440 --> 00:18:16,200
No! Get off me!

327
00:18:16,280 --> 00:18:17,880
[muffled rumbling]

328
00:18:18,640 --> 00:18:20,120
[James] I've just turned 18.

329
00:18:22,120 --> 00:18:23,440
And I think I understand...

330
00:18:23,520 --> 00:18:25,640
[labored breathing]

331
00:18:25,720 --> 00:18:27,720
...what people mean to each other.

332
00:18:27,800 --> 00:18:30,240
[rumbling intensifies]

333
00:18:35,200 --> 00:18:36,600
[rumbling softens]

334
00:18:42,600 --> 00:18:45,960
[piercing gunshot]

335
00:18:46,880 --> 00:18:49,680
[nostalgic 60s pop]

336
00:18:53,960 --> 00:18:56,680
♪ Why does the sun ♪

337
00:18:57,080 --> 00:19:00,080
♪ Keep on shining? ♪

338
00:19:02,040 --> 00:19:03,960
♪ Why does the sea ♪

339
00:19:04,520 --> 00:19:06,840
♪ Rush to shore? ♪

340
00:19:09,200 --> 00:19:11,200
♪ Don't they know ♪

341
00:19:11,720 --> 00:19:14,840
♪ It's the end of the world? ♪
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season 1 - episode 7
"Part 7"

Based on the comic book by

Charles S. Forsman

Written by

Charles S. Forsman & Charlie Covell

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S01-Ep.07: "Part 7"

As Alyssa reconnects with her dad, a worried James faces a dilemma. Eunice and Teri clash over the best way to approach the teens.

TRANSCRIPTION

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[soft country chords]

2
00:00:19,640 --> 00:00:20,800
[distant TV]

3
00:00:20,880 --> 00:00:21,880
[door opens]

4
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Hi, Dad.

5
00:00:32,479 --> 00:00:33,480
Oh, my God.

6
00:00:35,040 --> 00:00:35,960
Alyssa?

7
00:00:38,400 --> 00:00:40,000
[Leslie chuckles]

8
00:00:41,680 --> 00:00:43,520
[Alyssa] He smells exactly the same.

9
00:00:47,680 --> 00:00:50,080
[James] I thought I should give Alyssa
and her dad some space.

10
00:00:53,440 --> 00:00:54,320
He a poof?

11
00:00:54,920 --> 00:00:56,160
He's my boyfriend.

12
00:00:56,240 --> 00:00:57,240
[silence]

13
00:00:59,640 --> 00:01:00,640
Is that mine?

14
00:01:02,400 --> 00:01:03,240
Yeah.

15
00:01:03,840 --> 00:01:04,680
It suits you.

16
00:01:06,720 --> 00:01:08,600
Well, you turned out all right,
didn't you?

17
00:01:09,200 --> 00:01:10,880
-You're gorgeous!
-Shut up.

18
00:01:10,960 --> 00:01:12,520
No, no, I'm serious.

19
00:01:12,600 --> 00:01:14,800
You were a fucking weird-looking kid.

20
00:01:15,640 --> 00:01:16,800
I'm relieved.

21
00:01:18,840 --> 00:01:19,760
Smoke?

22
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[Leslie] How's your ma?

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Yeah, fine.

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Married to a total dick, but...

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fine.

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Can we stay with you for a bit?

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[Alyssa] Please say yes.

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Course you can.

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You're my blood, girl.

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Cool. Thanks.

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So, you run away, then?

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From your ma's?

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You're my blood all right.

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[Leslie chuckles]

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We're in trouble.

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[dissonant chords]
[Leslie] Pregnant?

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[Alyssa] Worse.

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[Leslie] How much?

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A lot.

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[Alyssa] I will tell him what we've done.

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At some point.

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We didn't know where else to go.

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Well, you're safe as houses here.

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OK?

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-You can stay as long as you want.
-Thanks.

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[Leslie] You OK, James?

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[Leslie] That becomes a bed.

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[Alyssa] Oh, what, like a fold-out? Cool.

49
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No. Just becomes a bed if you sleep on it.

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I'm through at the back there,
and the bathroom's in there.

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Ah, it's so good to see you, girl.

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[insects chirp]

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Sleep tight.

54
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[Alyssa] He's all right.

55
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He's actually, genuinely all right.

56
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[door closes]

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[clang]

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[rock music]

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[seagulls cry]

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[whistling]

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[howls]

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[howling continues]

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[music stops]

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[James] Leslie was pretty different.

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James?

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Yeah?

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Do you want to throw knives?

68
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What?

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You never thrown a knife before?

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Uh, no.

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Take your shirt off.

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[soft percussions]

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[seagulls cry]

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[Leslie] Uh, not bad.

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[percussions intensify]

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[clang]

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[drumroll]

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[soft percussions]

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Beginner's luck.

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Yeah, right.

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You want a beer?

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Do you look after her, James?

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Yeah.

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Good.

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That's very good.

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[music stops]

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Did she ever mention me?

88
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-Yeah.
-And?

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Does she...

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love me, do you think?

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Yeah.

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[soft country chords]

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[James] I'd never met
someone like Leslie.

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Not an adult.

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He seemed like one, most of the time,

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but it was like he was...

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missing parts.

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[music fades]

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What's she done to her hair?

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[silence]

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[Gwen] Oh, God.

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[beep]
[Teri] As you can see,

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your children seem to have committed
another serious crime.

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She's not doing anything, is she?
It's him!

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He's the one with the fucking gun.

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Gwen!

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Do you know where James got a gun from?

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He never had a gun.
He only ever had his knife.

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What the hell is the matter with you?

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[door opens and slams shut]

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[Tony sighs]

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[door opens]

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[Phil sighs]

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It's his birthday tomorrow. He'll be 18.

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[Phil sighs]

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18.

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[Phil] Here, look.

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Look at him.

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She killed herself, his mum.

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[clock ticks]

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She did it in front of him.

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[Phil sniffles]

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[Leslie] Hope you like well done.

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Well done as in, like, fucking cremated.

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[rock music on radio]

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Dig in.

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Thanks, Dad.

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[Alyssa] I love saying that.

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Slainte!

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-You should come out on me boat.
-You got a boat?

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Nothing flashy, a little cuddy cabin,
but she's cute.

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I'll take us out this afternoon,
if you want?

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Cool!

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[Alyssa] I can't believe
my dad has a boat.

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Basically means that I've got a boat.

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[Leslie] Right, let's do it!
[Jonno] Leslie!

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[Jonno] Les!

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What?

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[Jonno] Did you not see the rota?
I stuck it on your fridge.

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[Leslie] Ah, for fuck's sake!

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[Leslie] Today?

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Like now?

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[Leslie] Can't you do it?
[Jonno] No. I got to take Dad to be bled.

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[Leslie] All right, change of plan.
We'll do the boat later, OK?

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Why?

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Um, I've just got to do a bit
of work from home.

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You just chill out here, OK?

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OK.

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[Teri] It would seem safe to assume
they're headed to Alyssa's father:

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Leslie Foley.

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He's got previous, nothing major:
cautions and suspended.

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The local PCs, they checked him out
when we identified Alyssa,

153
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but he no longer lives
at his given address.

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She thinks he still does.

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So we move out there,
and we wait for them to show up.

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[Leslie] Good man.

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He's gonna take us.

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I know.

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-I think your dad's a drug dealer.
-Cool.

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-But--
-What?

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[James] It seemed like Alyssa
was deliberately missing the point.

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Is this the best place for us to stay?

163
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[whispers] We killed a guy.

164
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[Alyssa] No way am I leaving yet.

165
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Stop worrying.
He's going to look after us.

166
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We're totally safe here.

167
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[dissonant chords]

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[Leslie] Hey, Alyssa, meet Jonno.
[Alyssa] Hey.

169
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[Leslie] Check this out.

170
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[Jonno] Whoa!
[Alyssa laughs]

171
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[James] We definitely weren't safe.

172
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[Eunice] We must find them
before they do anything else.

173
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Or we could...

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let them carry on for a couple of days.

175
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-What?
-Well, he's 18 tomorrow.

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That's proper prison, that is.

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I'm joking.

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He's just a kid.

179
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No, he's not.

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[ominous chords]

181
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[Leslie] Go easy on these.
They're rocket fuel.

182
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-What?
-Nothing.

183
00:10:00,000 --> 00:10:02,280
Well, they've got to get it from someone.

184
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[Leslie chuckles]

185
00:10:06,560 --> 00:10:08,200
[Leslie] It's completely ethical.

186
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That's the beauty of it.

187
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Everything's locally sourced, organic.

188
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[Indian music]

189
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No gang warfare bullshit,

190
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no women swallowing condoms,

191
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no kids getting hurt.

192
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[Leslie groans]

193
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[Leslie] This world, man.

194
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"Hey, kids, don't do drugs,

195
00:10:27,640 --> 00:10:30,040
but do nag your mum to buy you a phone

196
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hewn from the sweat and tears
of a modern slave."

197
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-You understand me, don't you, girl?
-Yeah.

198
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Gotta fight the system.
You got to, kiddo.

199
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Because we live
in properly fucked-up times.

200
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Don't you forget that.

201
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The wisest thing
anyone's ever said to me, right?

202
00:10:53,520 --> 00:10:54,640
Wanna hear this?

203
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-James, you listening?
-Yeah.

204
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"To be mad in a deranged world
is not madness. It's sanity."

205
00:11:06,680 --> 00:11:07,640
Who said that?

206
00:11:08,280 --> 00:11:09,120
Me.

207
00:11:09,800 --> 00:11:11,720
[Alyssa] He's basically Gandhi.

208
00:11:12,520 --> 00:11:14,040
You are golden, you know that?

209
00:11:14,800 --> 00:11:15,920
[Leslie] Golden!

210
00:11:18,360 --> 00:11:19,760
[James] Leslie talked a lot.

211
00:11:20,960 --> 00:11:22,480
[music stops]
Want one?

212
00:11:22,560 --> 00:11:23,560
[Eunice sighs]

213
00:11:24,280 --> 00:11:25,160
Eunice?

214
00:11:25,360 --> 00:11:26,280
No, thanks.

215
00:11:28,680 --> 00:11:32,000
You know, Clive Koch
could well have been self-defense.

216
00:11:32,920 --> 00:11:36,200
Well, we don't have proof,
so you can't assume that.

217
00:11:36,280 --> 00:11:38,120
And you can't assume the opposite.

218
00:11:40,080 --> 00:11:42,840
I feel sorry for them, all right? I do.

219
00:11:43,600 --> 00:11:46,200
I think they're miserable,
fucked-up, stupid kids

220
00:11:46,280 --> 00:11:48,720
who've done something bad,
but we don't know why--

221
00:11:48,800 --> 00:11:50,080
I don't care why!

222
00:11:50,840 --> 00:11:52,840
I care that they don't kill someone else.

223
00:11:52,920 --> 00:11:53,760
Teri, I'm not--

224
00:11:53,840 --> 00:11:55,960
-We're not social services!
-That's not--

225
00:11:56,040 --> 00:11:59,160
What good does feeling sorry for them do?

226
00:11:59,960 --> 00:12:01,240
What does it actually do?

227
00:12:01,320 --> 00:12:04,040
[ominous chords]

228
00:12:05,280 --> 00:12:06,680
We need to find them.

229
00:12:08,040 --> 00:12:09,880
We. Find. Them.

230
00:12:09,960 --> 00:12:12,880
With an armed response unit
that scares the shit out of them?

231
00:12:12,960 --> 00:12:15,800
So, what do you suggest?
We coax them out with a giant Toblerone

232
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and hope for the best?

233
00:12:17,440 --> 00:12:19,120
[soft percussions]

234
00:12:21,920 --> 00:12:23,880
I'm still not convinced he was armed.

235
00:12:24,920 --> 00:12:27,320
Well, we're going
to have to behave like he was.

236
00:12:33,760 --> 00:12:35,240
Is this about something else?

237
00:12:35,320 --> 00:12:36,320
What?

238
00:12:37,280 --> 00:12:38,120
No!

239
00:12:38,640 --> 00:12:39,640
OK.

240
00:12:40,120 --> 00:12:40,960
Sorry.

241
00:12:42,520 --> 00:12:45,600
I just think someone should talk to them,
not wave a gun at them.

242
00:12:45,680 --> 00:12:48,560
Well, someone is very welcome
to talk to them

243
00:12:48,640 --> 00:12:50,200
as soon as they're locked up.

244
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Talk to them,

245
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understand them, I don't know,

246
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teach them fucking whittling.
I don't care.

247
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[foreboding music]

248
00:13:01,480 --> 00:13:03,640
[music fades]

249
00:13:06,120 --> 00:13:07,280
So, what do you think of him?

250
00:13:08,000 --> 00:13:09,880
[James] Sometimes,
it was important to lie.

251
00:13:10,760 --> 00:13:12,840
Yeah, he's all right.

252
00:13:14,520 --> 00:13:15,480
"All right?"

253
00:13:16,000 --> 00:13:17,360
All right, like good.

254
00:13:18,120 --> 00:13:19,000
You don't get it.

255
00:13:19,600 --> 00:13:20,560
[Leslie] Ah, right.

256
00:13:20,640 --> 00:13:21,760
Who's for a pint?

257
00:13:22,760 --> 00:13:24,040
Are we not going out on the boat?

258
00:13:24,120 --> 00:13:26,120
Ah, girl, I'm knackered.
Do you mind?

259
00:13:27,040 --> 00:13:28,880
I'll take you out tomorrow, I promise.

260
00:13:29,120 --> 00:13:29,960
OK.

261
00:13:30,680 --> 00:13:31,520
Cross my heart.

262
00:13:32,520 --> 00:13:33,360
OK.

263
00:13:33,640 --> 00:13:35,280
[seagulls cry]

264
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[Leslie] Come on, James!

265
00:13:43,120 --> 00:13:44,800
[thumping music]

266
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[music stops]

267
00:13:51,400 --> 00:13:53,560
[distant chatter and laughter]

268
00:13:53,960 --> 00:13:54,960
[dog barks]

269
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♪ Oh, Daddy ♪

270
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♪ You know you make me cry ♪

271
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♪ How can you love me? ♪

272
00:14:07,480 --> 00:14:08,640
[Alyssa] It's so weird.

273
00:14:09,880 --> 00:14:12,040
When you've wanted something
for so long...

274
00:14:12,640 --> 00:14:15,200
and you've been so frightened
it'll be shit...

275
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and then...

276
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it's not shit at all.

277
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It's amazing.

278
00:14:21,400 --> 00:14:23,480
♪ It's got to be me ♪

279
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♪ Yes, it's got to be me ♪

280
00:14:28,400 --> 00:14:29,480
[music fades]

281
00:14:30,640 --> 00:14:31,680
What are you drinking?

282
00:14:33,240 --> 00:14:34,880
You haven't seen either of them?

283
00:14:35,600 --> 00:14:36,720
I told you. No.

284
00:14:37,400 --> 00:14:38,640
[Teri] And Leslie?

285
00:14:39,800 --> 00:14:40,920
No idea.

286
00:14:41,160 --> 00:14:42,360
He moved out months ago.

287
00:14:47,560 --> 00:14:48,560
Just in case.

288
00:14:48,640 --> 00:14:49,480
[sniffs]

289
00:14:50,280 --> 00:14:51,600
[ominous music]

290
00:14:59,360 --> 00:15:01,880
[upbeat country music]

291
00:15:02,960 --> 00:15:04,800
-Alyssa?
-Yeah?

292
00:15:06,360 --> 00:15:08,800
Maybe we shouldn't stay here too long.

293
00:15:08,880 --> 00:15:09,720
What?

294
00:15:09,800 --> 00:15:12,000
I just think that we should
maybe keep moving.

295
00:15:13,160 --> 00:15:14,160
Do what you want.

296
00:15:30,160 --> 00:15:32,200
[melancholy country]

297
00:15:32,280 --> 00:15:35,720
♪ If you tell me that she's not here ♪

298
00:15:36,800 --> 00:15:40,440
♪ I'll follow the trail of her tears... ♪

299
00:15:40,520 --> 00:15:42,360
[Leslie] I missed you, darling.

300
00:15:44,600 --> 00:15:46,720
♪ That's how I got to Memphis ♪

301
00:15:46,800 --> 00:15:48,920
Look at you! [chuckles]

302
00:15:49,000 --> 00:15:50,200
Look at you!

303
00:15:51,720 --> 00:15:53,520
-Hey! Hey!
-What?

304
00:15:53,600 --> 00:15:54,840
Hey, let's do the thing!

305
00:15:55,480 --> 00:15:56,680
What thing?

306
00:15:58,240 --> 00:16:00,480
-Yeah?
-Oh, yeah!

307
00:16:01,560 --> 00:16:03,480
[James] Alyssa felt far away from me.

308
00:16:05,320 --> 00:16:06,600
It was like we'd gone back.

309
00:16:06,680 --> 00:16:09,200
♪ That's how I got to Memphis ♪

310
00:16:10,840 --> 00:16:12,160
♪ That's how I got to... ♪

311
00:16:12,240 --> 00:16:14,840
[Leslie] I haven't seen you in ten years!

312
00:16:16,880 --> 00:16:18,560
[Leslie sobs]

313
00:16:18,640 --> 00:16:20,920
[Alyssa] Dad?
What is it? Are you all right?

314
00:16:21,000 --> 00:16:24,480
I... I'm... I'm useless.
I'm fucking useless.

315
00:16:24,560 --> 00:16:25,560
Fuck...

316
00:16:26,320 --> 00:16:27,440
No, you're not!

317
00:16:28,040 --> 00:16:28,960
What?

318
00:16:31,320 --> 00:16:32,760
You're not useless.

319
00:16:32,840 --> 00:16:34,680
[Alyssa] A card every year without fail.

320
00:16:35,200 --> 00:16:37,080
I think that's pretty good, Dad.

321
00:16:37,160 --> 00:16:39,600
♪ ...tell her that I love her so ♪

322
00:16:41,080 --> 00:16:42,760
[Alyssa] It's all right.
[Leslie sighs]

323
00:16:42,840 --> 00:16:43,920
It's all right.

324
00:16:46,400 --> 00:16:47,400
[lively chatter]

325
00:16:47,480 --> 00:16:49,760
[James] I'd started to think
that maybe I should just go.

326
00:16:50,040 --> 00:16:51,680
Leave Alyssa with her dad.

327
00:16:51,880 --> 00:16:52,840
She seemed happy.

328
00:16:54,680 --> 00:16:56,120
[Leslie] I'm not even joking. Right?

329
00:16:56,200 --> 00:16:57,960
Shorts. That's it.

330
00:16:58,840 --> 00:17:00,040
The whole year round.

331
00:17:00,960 --> 00:17:03,120
He doesn't even own
a pair of trousers, do you, Jonno?

332
00:17:03,200 --> 00:17:04,040
No.

333
00:17:04,920 --> 00:17:06,440
What did you wear
to your ma's funeral?

334
00:17:07,440 --> 00:17:08,280
Black shorts.

335
00:17:10,119 --> 00:17:11,200
[Leslie] Black shorts!

336
00:17:11,280 --> 00:17:14,000
[Leslie] Black fucking shorts!
[James] But then everything changed.

337
00:17:14,480 --> 00:17:15,880
Les. Les!

338
00:17:16,280 --> 00:17:18,320
-You found him, then?
-Oh, come on, Debbie, not now.

339
00:17:18,400 --> 00:17:20,920
-Yeah. Come over here.
-No, Debbie. Honestly, you should go home.

340
00:17:21,000 --> 00:17:22,760
[Leslie] Seriously.
We'll only end up rowing.

341
00:17:22,839 --> 00:17:23,960
You don't want that.

342
00:17:24,440 --> 00:17:25,520
[Debbie] Come here!

343
00:17:34,520 --> 00:17:37,760
She's a bit unstable, you know?
In the head.

344
00:17:39,040 --> 00:17:41,360
[Debbie] The Police are looking for her,
what's she done?

345
00:17:41,520 --> 00:17:43,440
[Alyssa] Are you fucking kidding me?

346
00:17:43,520 --> 00:17:45,360
[Leslie] Big deal.
Like you never did that.

347
00:17:45,440 --> 00:17:48,200
[Debbie] I need you to take an interest.
I can't do this on my own.

348
00:17:48,280 --> 00:17:50,960
[Debbie] It's just not fair.
[Leslie] OK, I'm listening.

349
00:17:51,480 --> 00:17:53,680
[Leslie] What do you need?
[Debbie] A new school uniform.

350
00:17:53,760 --> 00:17:55,000
[Leslie] Why?
[Alyssa] No, no...

351
00:17:55,080 --> 00:17:57,320
[Debbie] ...he's grown
and he looks like a prick!

352
00:17:57,400 --> 00:17:58,880
[Leslie] What do you want me to do?

353
00:17:59,200 --> 00:18:01,720
[Leslie] He's not gonna stop growing!
[Debbie] Give me money.

354
00:18:01,800 --> 00:18:02,640
Is he your dad?

355
00:18:04,920 --> 00:18:06,800
[Leslie] No. Look, Lyss, it's not like...

356
00:18:06,880 --> 00:18:08,800
-He's just--
-Were you going to tell me?

357
00:18:10,200 --> 00:18:11,960
[Leslie] Ah, man, this is too much.

358
00:18:12,120 --> 00:18:14,440
This is like some kind of fucking ambush.

359
00:18:14,520 --> 00:18:15,360
I'm going home.

360
00:18:15,440 --> 00:18:16,440
[door opens]

361
00:18:18,800 --> 00:18:20,320
[Debbie shouts] Oi! No, you're not!

362
00:18:20,400 --> 00:18:22,120
Get fucking back here!
[dog whines]

363
00:18:23,720 --> 00:18:24,760
[engine starts]

364
00:18:25,720 --> 00:18:27,080
[thump] [yelp]

365
00:18:30,680 --> 00:18:32,160
[dog whines]

366
00:18:32,240 --> 00:18:33,360
[truck drives off]

367
00:18:35,280 --> 00:18:37,440
Yeah, we'll get some sleep now.
OK. Night.

368
00:18:38,520 --> 00:18:42,480
So, the local team have set up
surveillance at his ex-girlfriend's.

369
00:18:42,560 --> 00:18:44,240
There's no sign of the kids yet.

370
00:18:44,320 --> 00:18:45,920
We'll go back over first thing.

371
00:18:47,360 --> 00:18:48,320
Um...

372
00:18:50,400 --> 00:18:52,280
Do you want to share a room?

373
00:18:53,880 --> 00:18:54,720
What?

374
00:18:56,040 --> 00:18:57,480
Save the taxpayer.

375
00:18:59,640 --> 00:19:00,960
No, I don't.

376
00:19:04,240 --> 00:19:06,480
Hiya. Two single rooms, please.

377
00:19:07,280 --> 00:19:08,960
[dog whines]
His neck's broken.

378
00:19:10,760 --> 00:19:12,120
We have to kill it.

379
00:19:12,360 --> 00:19:13,200
Yeah.

380
00:19:13,920 --> 00:19:16,720
[foreboding music]

381
00:19:25,440 --> 00:19:26,880
[dog whines]

382
00:19:27,360 --> 00:19:28,480
[meow] [slash]

383
00:19:30,440 --> 00:19:31,680
I can't do it.

384
00:19:31,760 --> 00:19:33,240
-Are you crying?
-No.

385
00:19:35,760 --> 00:19:37,160
[dog whines]

386
00:19:39,400 --> 00:19:40,640
[crunch] [dog yelps]

387
00:19:45,160 --> 00:19:46,200
[sniffling]

388
00:19:46,280 --> 00:19:47,880
[music builds]

389
00:19:52,120 --> 00:19:53,200
[phone chimes]

390
00:20:24,280 --> 00:20:26,920
[TV] Members of the public are advised
not to approach them.

391
00:20:27,000 --> 00:20:28,680
They are likely still armed.

392
00:20:28,760 --> 00:20:30,360
Holy fuck.

393
00:20:30,440 --> 00:20:32,360
[TV continues]

394
00:20:36,240 --> 00:20:39,640
There is a reward for any information.
Please call now.

395
00:20:39,720 --> 00:20:41,880
[foreboding music]
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The End of the F***ing World (2017)

 episode script

season 1 - episode 6
"Part 6"

Based on the comic book by

Charles S. Forsman

Written by

Charles S. Forsman & Charlie Covell

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S01-Ep.06: "Part 6"

James reveals he's a man of hidden talents, Alyssa squares off with a shrewd gas station manager, and Eunice makes a startling discovery.

TRANSCRIPTION

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[upbeat rock]

2
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[James] After the murder, other crimes
seemed pretty easy by comparison.

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-How do you know how to do that?
-Practice.

4
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[engine starts]

5
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I know how to do a lot of things.

6
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Like what?

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Build a dam.

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Taxidermy.

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Make yoghurt.

10
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[engine sputters and starts]

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♪ You know that I'm sorry ♪

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My dad's gonna love you.

13
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♪ I made you blue ♪

14
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[engine revs]

15
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♪ There will never be another ♪

16
00:01:00,520 --> 00:01:02,840
♪ Boy for me like you! ♪

17
00:01:03,840 --> 00:01:06,040
[classic rock]

18
00:01:09,520 --> 00:01:12,880
[James] The radio in the car was broken.
There was one CD.

19
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And only one track that didn't skip.

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♪ Keep on running ♪

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♪ Keep on hiding ♪

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♪ One fine day,
I'm gonna be the one ♪

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♪ To make you understand ♪

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♪ Oh, yeah! I'm gonna be your man ♪

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[James] At first, it was OK.

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It was a good song.

27
00:01:37,400 --> 00:01:39,000
[track starts over]

28
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[James] But its appeal
eventually palled.

29
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[silence]

30
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Do you feel bad about we did?

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00:01:57,240 --> 00:01:58,400
About the man?

32
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[James] I was pleased Alyssa used "we"
in relation to the incident.

33
00:02:02,360 --> 00:02:03,600
He was attacking you.

34
00:02:05,080 --> 00:02:05,960
Yeah.

35
00:02:06,800 --> 00:02:08,680
And those girls in the photos.

36
00:02:08,759 --> 00:02:10,320
[screech]

37
00:02:11,160 --> 00:02:12,000
Yeah.

38
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[Alyssa] We did the world a favor.

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If I was the police,
I'd give us fucking medals or something.

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They probably will.

41
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[James] They didn’t.

42
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[foreboding music]

43
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[soft country music]

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[James] As the hours passed,
I realized that I felt different.

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Sort of new.

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She'd come back for me.

47
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And we were really doing something,
going somewhere.

48
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And it felt good.

49
00:03:05,320 --> 00:03:06,960
Oh, shit.

50
00:03:09,400 --> 00:03:10,240
Alyssa?

51
00:03:10,920 --> 00:03:11,880
Wake up.

52
00:03:13,920 --> 00:03:15,520
[sighs] Have a nice day.

53
00:03:20,760 --> 00:03:22,440
[door chimes]

54
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[door closes]

55
00:03:25,360 --> 00:03:26,560
[woman] Did he buy a key ring?

56
00:03:27,320 --> 00:03:28,800
[sighs] No.

57
00:03:29,000 --> 00:03:31,480
Did you encourage him to buy a key ring?

58
00:03:31,560 --> 00:03:32,640
-Yes.
-Don't lie.

59
00:03:33,760 --> 00:03:34,600
No.

60
00:03:35,120 --> 00:03:36,080
Well...

61
00:03:36,360 --> 00:03:39,360
if you get cancer, you'll only have
yourself to blame, won't you?

62
00:03:39,440 --> 00:03:41,280
[distant traffic]

63
00:03:42,520 --> 00:03:44,120
[percussions]

64
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[James] OK.

65
00:03:52,880 --> 00:03:55,920
I'll keep the engine running.
You get out, fill up, just a little bit.

66
00:03:56,000 --> 00:03:57,080
Enough to get to your dad's.

67
00:03:57,160 --> 00:04:00,600
And then we drive off
before anyone notices, OK?

68
00:04:03,680 --> 00:04:06,040
You've really come out of your shell,
you know.

69
00:04:06,200 --> 00:04:07,240
Huh?

70
00:04:07,320 --> 00:04:08,520
It's hot.

71
00:04:12,760 --> 00:04:13,760
[Jocelyn grunts]

72
00:04:14,920 --> 00:04:16,880
Eight o'clock in the morning.

73
00:04:17,839 --> 00:04:19,680
[percussions build]

74
00:04:20,600 --> 00:04:21,640
Shit.

75
00:04:29,960 --> 00:04:30,840
[sighs]

76
00:04:31,880 --> 00:04:33,080
[quietly] All right...

77
00:04:33,160 --> 00:04:34,240
[music fades]

78
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[Jocelyn] Morning!

79
00:04:38,520 --> 00:04:40,160
-Hiya.
-Need a hand?

80
00:04:40,240 --> 00:04:41,960
Nah, you're all right, thanks.

81
00:04:42,720 --> 00:04:44,720
You can't fill up
with the car running can you?

82
00:04:45,240 --> 00:04:46,080
What?

83
00:04:47,160 --> 00:04:48,000
Oh, yeah.

84
00:04:50,160 --> 00:04:51,160
[percussions]

85
00:05:03,840 --> 00:05:06,520
Can you turn the engine off, please?

86
00:05:12,840 --> 00:05:14,240
[engine sputters and stops]

87
00:05:19,720 --> 00:05:21,920
Let me help you.
It's a bit temperamental that one.

88
00:05:22,000 --> 00:05:23,040
It's fine, thanks.

89
00:05:24,640 --> 00:05:26,640
-Full tank?
-No, we only want a bit.

90
00:05:26,720 --> 00:05:28,760
Better to be on the safe side, isn't it?

91
00:05:32,240 --> 00:05:33,880
OK, sure. Fill her up.

92
00:05:44,160 --> 00:05:45,760
[whispers] Police.

93
00:05:47,640 --> 00:05:48,640
[mouths] What?

94
00:05:58,720 --> 00:06:00,520
[Jocelyn] Let's go in and pay, shall we?

95
00:06:08,080 --> 00:06:09,240
After you.

96
00:06:11,680 --> 00:06:13,640
[percussions build]

97
00:06:14,920 --> 00:06:18,040
[Alyssa] If this is what gets us caught,
I'm going to kill myself,

98
00:06:18,600 --> 00:06:19,800
from shame.

99
00:06:26,080 --> 00:06:27,080
[door chimes]

100
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[Alyssa] Shit, shit, shit.

101
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This young lady would like to pay
for pump number seven.

102
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[Jocelyn] Frodo!

103
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[till beeps]

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Cash or card?

105
00:06:50,400 --> 00:06:51,960
Like to buy a key ring? For cancer.

106
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-Not now!
-What?

107
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Cash or card?

108
00:06:57,480 --> 00:06:58,680
-Have you got a toilet?
-No.

109
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-Isn't that illegal?
-We don't have one.

110
00:07:01,320 --> 00:07:02,240
Yeah, we do.

111
00:07:02,320 --> 00:07:04,440
-Shut up!
-Do you want me to wet myself?

112
00:07:05,920 --> 00:07:07,560
Do you want me to call the police?

113
00:07:08,520 --> 00:07:10,520
They might like to know
where you got your car from.

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I need a toilet!

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[Alyssa screams] Get off me!

116
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-Ah!
-Frodo, call the police.

117
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[electric guitar riff]

118
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[silence]

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[Teri] I take it you recognize that.

120
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I gave it him for his birthday.

121
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Which birthday was this?

122
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His thirteenth.

123
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I’m sorry, why on earth would you
give a 13-year-old boy a hunting knife?

124
00:07:36,960 --> 00:07:38,120
Well, he asked for it.

125
00:07:39,400 --> 00:07:41,640
Actually, no,
he asked for a machete.

126
00:07:42,040 --> 00:07:43,400
But I said that was a bit full on.

127
00:07:43,480 --> 00:07:44,360
[Teri scoffs]

128
00:07:45,800 --> 00:07:48,480
This knife has been confirmed
as a murder weapon.

129
00:07:49,360 --> 00:07:50,200
What?

130
00:07:50,720 --> 00:07:52,920
Look, James...

131
00:07:53,000 --> 00:07:55,720
He’s weird, OK? But he's...

132
00:07:56,640 --> 00:07:58,080
he’s not dangerous.

133
00:07:58,160 --> 00:08:00,040
[electric guitar]

134
00:08:00,120 --> 00:08:03,160
You let her go, or I'll blow
your fucking head off.

135
00:08:03,240 --> 00:08:04,320
He's really not.

136
00:08:05,560 --> 00:08:08,200
-Did you hear me?
-That's just your hand, isn't it?

137
00:08:09,400 --> 00:08:11,040
-No.
-Well, what kind of gun is it, then?

138
00:08:11,960 --> 00:08:14,520
[Jocelyn] Come on, I'm interested.
My husband owns a couple.

139
00:08:14,600 --> 00:08:17,040
-You got a husband? Ow!
-What kind?

140
00:08:18,440 --> 00:08:21,760
It's a Glock 17MB. Ambidextrous
magazine catch. Recoil-operated.

141
00:08:21,840 --> 00:08:22,840
19 rounds.

142
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[Alyssa] Yes, James!

143
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[Jocelyn] Frodo, call the police.

144
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Ow!

145
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[Alyssa screams]

146
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[Jocelyn] Frodo!

147
00:08:33,840 --> 00:08:36,520
Call the police, you fucking moron!

148
00:08:41,000 --> 00:08:42,559
[Jocelyn screams]

149
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Told you we had a toilet.

150
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[banging and screaming]

151
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[Jocelyn screams] Let me out!
Let me out now!

152
00:08:50,680 --> 00:08:52,120
[Jocelyn] Frodo!

153
00:08:52,600 --> 00:08:54,120
I don't like my life.

154
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So, do something.

155
00:08:56,200 --> 00:08:57,320
[banging]

156
00:08:57,400 --> 00:08:58,480
[Jocelyn] Frodo!

157
00:09:02,800 --> 00:09:03,800
[silence]

158
00:09:04,760 --> 00:09:06,280
[banging]

159
00:09:09,120 --> 00:09:10,680
[banging continues]

160
00:09:13,200 --> 00:09:14,200
[Jocelyn] Frodo!

161
00:09:14,600 --> 00:09:15,600
[clatter]

162
00:09:15,680 --> 00:09:16,680
[Jocelyn] What was that?

163
00:09:19,080 --> 00:09:20,440
Nice one, Frodo.

164
00:09:20,520 --> 00:09:21,760
[banging]

165
00:09:27,000 --> 00:09:29,480
I'm just saying, it's a bit of a jump,
that's all.

166
00:09:30,120 --> 00:09:31,160
[Teri] What is?

167
00:09:31,680 --> 00:09:32,720
Well, it's weird.

168
00:09:35,000 --> 00:09:35,880
It is.

169
00:09:36,920 --> 00:09:40,120
They steal a car
and he has a knife, sure, but...

170
00:09:41,040 --> 00:09:42,120
why would they kill someone?

171
00:09:43,160 --> 00:09:45,720
Well, he's had the knife
since he was 13 years old.

172
00:09:45,800 --> 00:09:47,600
I had an air rifle when I was ten.

173
00:09:50,120 --> 00:09:51,880
Nearly blinded my sister.

174
00:09:57,280 --> 00:09:58,440
That's interesting.

175
00:09:59,200 --> 00:10:00,240
[Teri] What?

176
00:10:02,080 --> 00:10:04,280
[James] Things had started to get
slightly out of hand.

177
00:10:04,360 --> 00:10:07,680
[Jocelyn] I'm going to get you arrested,
and then I'm going to sue you!

178
00:10:07,760 --> 00:10:08,760
All of you!

179
00:10:08,840 --> 00:10:09,960
Shut up!

180
00:10:10,520 --> 00:10:12,160
[James] We needed to get out of there.

181
00:10:12,240 --> 00:10:13,440
-Frodo?
-Yeah.

182
00:10:13,520 --> 00:10:16,160
Is that your actual name?
Like, your birth name?

183
00:10:16,240 --> 00:10:17,160
Yeah.

184
00:10:18,040 --> 00:10:20,000
Listen, Frodo, we've got
to get back on the road.

185
00:10:21,040 --> 00:10:23,680
OK, yeah, cool.
Where are we going?

186
00:10:24,520 --> 00:10:26,160
-What?
-I'm coming with you.

187
00:10:26,680 --> 00:10:28,360
[Frodo] What do we need?
Juice, snacks...

188
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[Jocelyn] Frodo!

189
00:10:31,400 --> 00:10:32,520
For energy.

190
00:10:34,920 --> 00:10:36,000
[Jocelyn] Frodo!

191
00:10:37,240 --> 00:10:39,240
-Do you guys smoke?
-Not really.

192
00:10:39,320 --> 00:10:40,760
I do. From now.

193
00:10:40,840 --> 00:10:42,280
[Jocelyn] Oh, come on, Frodo!

194
00:10:44,040 --> 00:10:46,000
I'm just gonna start the car.

195
00:10:47,800 --> 00:10:50,320
He's just hot-wiring. It takes a while.

196
00:10:50,880 --> 00:10:53,320
Oh, OK. Cool.

197
00:10:55,040 --> 00:10:56,320
Do you want some alcohol?

198
00:10:57,160 --> 00:10:58,360
Uh, yeah, sure.

199
00:10:59,840 --> 00:11:02,800
Can you grab us a couple
of bottles of that whiskey on top?

200
00:11:02,880 --> 00:11:05,240
-What? This one?
-Yeah, the Glen-thingy one.

201
00:11:05,320 --> 00:11:08,240
[Alyssa] It's really expensive.
[Jocelyn] Don't you dare!

202
00:11:08,720 --> 00:11:11,160
[Alyssa] His trust in us is
kind of heartbreaking.

203
00:11:11,880 --> 00:11:13,800
But what are you gonna do?

204
00:11:13,880 --> 00:11:15,120
[rock music]

205
00:11:16,520 --> 00:11:17,360
Hey!

206
00:11:17,440 --> 00:11:18,800
[engine sputters]

207
00:11:18,880 --> 00:11:21,640
♪ Well, Daddy joined the Air Force,
said it was a good source... ♪

208
00:11:22,160 --> 00:11:23,840
Drive! Drive!

209
00:11:24,280 --> 00:11:25,680
Fucking drive!

210
00:11:26,280 --> 00:11:27,480
[tires screech]

211
00:11:27,560 --> 00:11:28,560
Wait!

212
00:11:29,560 --> 00:11:32,280
♪ Here I am standin'
in the desert with a gun ♪

213
00:11:32,360 --> 00:11:34,680
♪ Thought of going AWOL
but I'm too afraid to run ♪

214
00:11:34,760 --> 00:11:37,720
♪ So I got me off of deep space
Help 'em win the arms race ♪

215
00:11:37,800 --> 00:11:40,000
-Whoo!
-Woo-hoo!

216
00:11:41,360 --> 00:11:43,120
We're proper bandits, James!

217
00:11:46,000 --> 00:11:48,720
♪ Threw me on a lily pad,
sent me home to NORAD ♪

218
00:11:48,800 --> 00:11:51,880
♪ I knew I'd be in trouble
but I didn't think it'd be this bad ♪

219
00:11:59,200 --> 00:12:00,200
[music stops]

220
00:12:02,040 --> 00:12:03,720
[Teri] We're sorry to have to do this,

221
00:12:03,800 --> 00:12:05,960
but we just need
to ask some more questions.

222
00:12:06,720 --> 00:12:07,600
[Eunice sighs]

223
00:12:07,680 --> 00:12:12,200
Going back a few years, there was talk
among old colleagues, about accusations

224
00:12:12,280 --> 00:12:14,080
made against Clive by some students.

225
00:12:14,720 --> 00:12:17,200
-Can you tell us anything about those?
-Yes.

226
00:12:17,840 --> 00:12:20,320
I can tell you it was a long time ago...

227
00:12:21,080 --> 00:12:24,280
and that both accusations were dropped.

228
00:12:24,800 --> 00:12:27,760
-We know that, but--
-And I can tell you...

229
00:12:28,960 --> 00:12:31,600
that some young women,
rather than admit

230
00:12:31,680 --> 00:12:34,160
their grades are dropping
because they're lazy

231
00:12:34,240 --> 00:12:36,000
or on drugs half the time,

232
00:12:36,080 --> 00:12:40,520
would rather accuse
an innocent man of sexual assault.

233
00:12:41,320 --> 00:12:43,680
No one would have any reason
to cause him harm?

234
00:12:45,000 --> 00:12:46,160
I would like it...

235
00:12:47,040 --> 00:12:49,720
if you would get on with your job

236
00:12:49,800 --> 00:12:52,280
and find whoever murdered my son.

237
00:12:52,680 --> 00:12:56,160
Rather than trying to blame him
for his own death.

238
00:12:58,720 --> 00:12:59,720
I'll show you out.

239
00:13:00,240 --> 00:13:02,520
Please, we'll see ourselves out.

240
00:13:10,760 --> 00:13:11,840
He was your only one?

241
00:13:14,320 --> 00:13:15,880
[clock ticks]

242
00:13:17,800 --> 00:13:20,560
It's better to be in charge of the truth,
you know?

243
00:13:21,800 --> 00:13:23,200
In case it ever comes out.

244
00:13:23,680 --> 00:13:24,840
It tends to,

245
00:13:24,920 --> 00:13:26,840
in situations like this. It's, uh...

246
00:13:27,440 --> 00:13:28,920
It's just my experience.

247
00:13:29,960 --> 00:13:31,800
It's better to be, you know...

248
00:13:33,280 --> 00:13:34,280
in control.

249
00:13:35,440 --> 00:13:36,960
[sharp] Get out.

250
00:13:37,040 --> 00:13:39,440
[ominous chords]

251
00:13:39,720 --> 00:13:41,200
I'm so sorry for your loss.

252
00:13:46,040 --> 00:13:48,960
[door opens and closes]

253
00:13:56,360 --> 00:13:58,360
[melancholy music]

254
00:14:00,640 --> 00:14:02,440
[Alyssa] I think I'm starting
to feel a bit...

255
00:14:03,080 --> 00:14:04,880
more like myself.

256
00:14:05,480 --> 00:14:09,280
Sometimes, I think I feel more like myself
with James than I do on my own.

257
00:14:10,440 --> 00:14:12,240
Hey, can you stop?

258
00:14:13,960 --> 00:14:16,040
[Alyssa] Everything feels really simple.

259
00:14:45,880 --> 00:14:47,080
[phone rings]

260
00:14:47,160 --> 00:14:48,920
[Gwen] Hello?
[Alyssa] Hi, Mum.

261
00:14:49,000 --> 00:14:51,280
Oh, my God, Alyssa,
where the hell are you?

262
00:14:51,360 --> 00:14:54,320
-We've had the police around--
-Just shut up and listen to me.

263
00:14:54,400 --> 00:14:56,040
-Alyssa!
-Mum.

264
00:14:57,040 --> 00:14:58,960
Are you... are you OK?

265
00:14:59,040 --> 00:15:01,840
You're never going to see me again. Ever.

266
00:15:01,920 --> 00:15:03,320
I'm not coming home.

267
00:15:04,160 --> 00:15:06,360
[quavering] What's happened, Alyssa?
Where are you?

268
00:15:06,600 --> 00:15:08,400
-Are you with your dad?
-No.

269
00:15:10,160 --> 00:15:11,640
Come home, Alyssa.

270
00:15:13,040 --> 00:15:14,920
Tell Tony I said, "Fuck off."

271
00:15:15,000 --> 00:15:16,720
[blues]

272
00:15:24,280 --> 00:15:25,280
Let's go.

273
00:15:31,280 --> 00:15:32,680
[Tony] Who was on the phone?

274
00:15:34,320 --> 00:15:35,280
My mum.

275
00:15:41,600 --> 00:15:45,840
♪ Ooh, ooh, ooh, baby ♪

276
00:15:47,560 --> 00:15:50,400
♪ Sweet babe ♪

277
00:15:54,880 --> 00:15:59,280
♪ Ooh, ooh, ooh, baby ♪

278
00:16:01,360 --> 00:16:02,720
♪ Sweet babe ♪

279
00:16:02,800 --> 00:16:03,800
[music fades]

280
00:16:10,080 --> 00:16:10,920
Has Teri left?

281
00:16:11,000 --> 00:16:12,320
[soft rock]

282
00:16:16,960 --> 00:16:17,800
[man] Eunice?

283
00:16:30,040 --> 00:16:33,120
Hi, this is Teri. Leave a message.
[Eunice groans]

284
00:16:35,400 --> 00:16:36,880
Cheers.

285
00:16:37,520 --> 00:16:38,400
Cheers.

286
00:16:42,120 --> 00:16:43,240
It’s really nice to meet you.

287
00:16:44,280 --> 00:16:45,480
Hiya.

288
00:16:46,040 --> 00:16:47,480
-Eunice, what--
-Come back to work.

289
00:16:47,560 --> 00:16:49,520
-I’m sorry--
-You have to see this.

290
00:16:49,600 --> 00:16:52,440
-Excuse me, who are you?
-DC Noon. You have to see this.

291
00:16:52,520 --> 00:16:55,320
-Are you in the police?
-Is this a date?

292
00:16:55,920 --> 00:16:58,280
-Seriously, Eunice, can you just--
-How old are you?

293
00:16:58,360 --> 00:17:00,520
-For fuck's sake!
-You have to see this.

294
00:17:00,600 --> 00:17:02,120
-No!
-You have to. It's important.

295
00:17:02,200 --> 00:17:04,319
-Not now.
-Yes, now.

296
00:17:09,000 --> 00:17:10,000
I'm really sorry.

297
00:17:19,960 --> 00:17:20,960
[beep]

298
00:17:21,800 --> 00:17:22,800
[screaming]

299
00:17:24,360 --> 00:17:25,200
[man] Hey!

300
00:17:25,520 --> 00:17:27,640
I said stay still!
[screaming]

301
00:17:27,720 --> 00:17:28,720
[Teri] Fucking hell.

302
00:17:29,120 --> 00:17:30,960
[seagulls cry]

303
00:17:37,840 --> 00:17:39,320
Right. Let's do this.

304
00:17:41,480 --> 00:17:43,040
-Are you OK?
-Course I am.

305
00:17:43,120 --> 00:17:46,160
James, we killed a rapist,
turned our backs on the law,

306
00:17:46,240 --> 00:17:49,480
and I'm finally gonna meet my dad again.
It's mega. Come on.

307
00:17:55,720 --> 00:17:57,760
[soft country music]

308
00:18:10,320 --> 00:18:11,520
[door opens]

309
00:18:14,800 --> 00:18:15,640
[Debbie] Yeah?

310
00:18:15,720 --> 00:18:16,800
Hi. Is Leslie in?

311
00:18:16,880 --> 00:18:17,880
[silence]

312
00:18:18,080 --> 00:18:19,360
Leslie doesn't live here anymore.

313
00:18:19,440 --> 00:18:20,600
[Alyssa] No.

314
00:18:20,840 --> 00:18:21,680
What?

315
00:18:22,760 --> 00:18:23,640
Who are you?

316
00:18:23,720 --> 00:18:25,480
[seagulls cry]

317
00:18:27,600 --> 00:18:28,880
Do you know where he is now?

318
00:18:28,960 --> 00:18:30,720
Just leave it, James.

319
00:18:32,440 --> 00:18:33,280
Yeah.

320
00:18:34,160 --> 00:18:35,560
They still killed him.

321
00:18:37,240 --> 00:18:38,880
Whatever he might have done,

322
00:18:39,040 --> 00:18:41,200
they cut his throat
and they’ve done a runner.

323
00:18:41,280 --> 00:18:44,280
-Yeah, but if it was self-defense?
-Then they'll get manslaughter.

324
00:18:53,400 --> 00:18:55,320
-So, how did you meet her?
-What?

325
00:18:57,520 --> 00:18:58,520
Ugh...

326
00:19:01,040 --> 00:19:01,960
OK. I'm going home.

327
00:19:02,640 --> 00:19:04,560
[radio] DC Noon? Come in, DC Noon?

328
00:19:06,040 --> 00:19:07,760
[beep] Yeah, go ahead.

329
00:19:08,000 --> 00:19:10,240
We found the kids' most recent location.

330
00:19:10,520 --> 00:19:11,360
Where?

331
00:19:11,720 --> 00:19:15,040
They robbed a petrol station 100 miles
south east of here this morning.

332
00:19:15,320 --> 00:19:17,680
Held it up at gunpoint.
Locked the manager in the toilet.

333
00:19:17,760 --> 00:19:19,000
We've got the CCTV.

334
00:19:19,080 --> 00:19:20,640
[beep] Coming in now.

335
00:19:20,720 --> 00:19:22,240
[melancholy music]

336
00:19:34,800 --> 00:19:36,640
[engine sputters]

337
00:19:40,800 --> 00:19:41,920
[brakes creak]

338
00:20:02,560 --> 00:20:04,760
[Alyssa] How do we know
this is the right way?

339
00:20:05,320 --> 00:20:08,240
[James] Well, she said left
and then left again, so...

340
00:20:09,880 --> 00:20:11,360
I think it’s this way.

341
00:20:16,280 --> 00:20:19,400
[Alyssa] Sometimes you realize
you had a thing keeping you going

342
00:20:19,480 --> 00:20:21,080
that might be a lie...

343
00:20:21,280 --> 00:20:23,200
When you actually really understand that,

344
00:20:23,280 --> 00:20:26,080
that the whole thing might have been
a lie the whole time,

345
00:20:26,360 --> 00:20:28,120
it's like you swallowed a stone.

346
00:20:28,960 --> 00:20:31,160
But not recently.

347
00:20:32,080 --> 00:20:33,680
You swallowed it years ago.

348
00:20:36,320 --> 00:20:37,800
What if this is shit?

349
00:20:38,080 --> 00:20:39,760
Why didn't he tell me that he moved?

350
00:20:40,240 --> 00:20:41,760
Maybe it's really recent.

351
00:20:47,400 --> 00:20:48,360
Come on.

352
00:21:01,920 --> 00:21:03,160
[insects chirp]

353
00:21:16,280 --> 00:21:17,400
[music fades]

354
00:21:17,480 --> 00:21:18,560
[distant TV]

355
00:21:20,480 --> 00:21:21,840
[Alyssa] I'm really scared.

356
00:21:24,600 --> 00:21:25,680
I'm really scared.

357
00:21:25,760 --> 00:21:26,760
[TV continues]

358
00:21:30,880 --> 00:21:32,520
[upbeat indie music]

359
00:21:37,880 --> 00:21:39,360
[door opens]

360
00:21:42,520 --> 00:21:43,520
Hi, Dad.
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 episode script

season 1 - episode 5
"Part 5"

Based on the comic book by

Charles S. Forsman

Written by

Charles S. Forsman & Charlie Covell

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S01-Ep.05: "Part 5"

A flashback to a painful moment from childhood prompts James to change his plans. Out of cash, Alyssa resorts to shoplifting.

TRANSCRIPTION

1
00:00:15,600 --> 00:00:17,520
[rumbling]

2
00:00:18,640 --> 00:00:20,520
[ominous chords]

3
00:00:21,840 --> 00:00:23,760
[Phil] How are you feeling? Better?

4
00:00:27,200 --> 00:00:28,040
Good.

5
00:00:28,880 --> 00:00:30,640
What're you two doing today, then?

6
00:00:30,920 --> 00:00:32,280
Can we go feed the ducks?

7
00:00:32,360 --> 00:00:34,960
-Ah, ducks! Sounds good.
-No, James. I said,

8
00:00:35,600 --> 00:00:36,880
[Vanessa] not today.

9
00:00:38,720 --> 00:00:40,800
Come on. You can manage ducks, can't you?

10
00:00:40,880 --> 00:00:42,400
[Phil] Be good for you to get out.

11
00:00:42,600 --> 00:00:44,040
[James] Please?

12
00:00:45,440 --> 00:00:47,240
[clock ticks]

13
00:00:49,200 --> 00:00:50,320
OK.

14
00:00:53,280 --> 00:00:54,160
Ducks.

15
00:01:00,920 --> 00:01:02,640
[ominous music]

16
00:01:23,040 --> 00:01:24,160
[brakes creak]

17
00:01:26,360 --> 00:01:28,400
Hey, I want to tell you something.

18
00:01:29,040 --> 00:01:30,400
[silence]

19
00:01:32,480 --> 00:01:33,720
I love you.

20
00:01:38,520 --> 00:01:39,520
[ducks quack]

21
00:01:43,000 --> 00:01:44,640
I need to feed them.

22
00:01:52,880 --> 00:01:53,880
[door slams]

23
00:01:53,960 --> 00:01:55,840
[excited quacking]

24
00:01:55,920 --> 00:01:57,560
[rumbling]

25
00:02:08,000 --> 00:02:09,880
[rumbling intensifies]

26
00:02:15,680 --> 00:02:16,960
[crash]

27
00:02:30,000 --> 00:02:32,360
[rumbling climaxes and fades]

28
00:02:39,240 --> 00:02:41,800
[bell tolls]

29
00:02:43,240 --> 00:02:44,760
[rumbling]

30
00:02:44,840 --> 00:02:46,160
[clang]

31
00:02:47,920 --> 00:02:49,600
[bang]

32
00:02:49,800 --> 00:02:51,600
[muffled] Thanks for coming in, son.

33
00:02:52,160 --> 00:02:53,080
Son?

34
00:02:54,480 --> 00:02:55,480
Hello?

35
00:02:55,560 --> 00:02:57,520
[clock ticks ominously]

36
00:02:58,680 --> 00:02:59,560
Yeah?

37
00:03:01,200 --> 00:03:03,000
Sorry about the wait.

38
00:03:03,680 --> 00:03:04,880
I'm DC Onslow.

39
00:03:04,960 --> 00:03:06,200
They, um...

40
00:03:07,360 --> 00:03:08,760
They told me you've, uh...

41
00:03:09,600 --> 00:03:13,040
you've come in
to report a murder, is that right?

42
00:03:14,160 --> 00:03:17,880
[James] In the cold light of day,
that suddenly didn't seem right at all.

43
00:03:18,120 --> 00:03:18,960
Uh-huh.

44
00:03:20,520 --> 00:03:22,160
OK, so, um...

45
00:03:23,120 --> 00:03:25,520
-I'm gonna need you to come with me.
-It was my mum.

46
00:03:26,560 --> 00:03:29,560
-Yeah, you just need to wait.
-She killed herself.

47
00:03:32,920 --> 00:03:33,880
Right.

48
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OK.

49
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Um...

50
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So, um, do you want to tell me what...

51
00:03:46,520 --> 00:03:48,560
what happened?
Did you find the body? Your mum?

52
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I was there when she did it.

53
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Right.

54
00:03:55,960 --> 00:03:57,920
Well, um...

55
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And so, when did this...

56
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when did this happen?

57
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-Last night?
-11 years ago.

58
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[clock ticks]

59
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OK.

60
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Um...

61
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So, here's the thing. Um...

62
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It's not technically a murder.

63
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Suicide, it's a whole,
different wheelhouse, really, um.

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I mean, suicide's not even a crime...

65
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[uncomfortable laugh] ...which is...

66
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mad, innit?

67
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Do you want to speak to a woman?

68
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Why would I want to speak to a woman?

69
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Well, you know, because,
you know...

70
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No.

71
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What about your dad?

72
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Have you got a dad?

73
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No, not really.

74
00:05:02,200 --> 00:05:03,440
Can we come in?

75
00:05:03,520 --> 00:05:05,400
God, is it James?

76
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Is he dead?

77
00:05:08,320 --> 00:05:10,360
Your son stole your car...

78
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then crashed it into a tree
and set fire to it.

79
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[Teri] It was found last night.

80
00:05:16,880 --> 00:05:19,280
Has he ever done anything
like that before?

81
00:05:23,600 --> 00:05:26,720
Why didn't you say anything about the car
when you reported him missing?

82
00:05:27,640 --> 00:05:29,840
Well, I didn't want him
to get into trouble.

83
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He's a weird kid, but he's not bad.

84
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[Teri] Uh, who did that to you?

85
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I just got into a fight.

86
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At the pub.

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Did James do it?

88
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No.

89
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[Eunice] Is his mum around?

90
00:05:48,600 --> 00:05:49,440
No.

91
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[Teri] Is she at work?

92
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She's dead.

93
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Sorry.

94
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Really sorry.

95
00:06:02,480 --> 00:06:04,120
Does anyone want a cup of tea?

96
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[Phil] Kettle's on.

97
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Did you find his girlfriend, then?

98
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-Who's his girlfriend?
-She's called Alyssa.

99
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[rock music]

100
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[Alyssa] It was the right thing,
to leave James...

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[deep rumble]

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I didn't kill anyone.

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It's better if I go to my dad's
on my own, anyway.

104
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I wish I hadn't left James
with the money, though.

105
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Oh, God.

106
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I'd really like it if this was

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some horrendous,
murder-inspired fantasy moment.

108
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But no.

109
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[music stops]

110
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What's she done?

111
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[baby gurgles]

112
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Is she OK?

113
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When did you last see Alyssa?

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[Tony] On Saturday.

115
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We were having a party,
and she ran away.

116
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Why?

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Didn't like handing out the canapés.

118
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What time did she leave?

119
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[Tony] It was around...

120
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I'm sorry. Could you let
your wife answer, please?

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Sure.

122
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I mean, it's not my daughter,
not my problem.

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[baby gurgles] [rattle shakes]

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[Eunice] Do you know where she is now?
Has she rung at all?

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I don't know where she is.

126
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[Gwen] Look, what is this about?

127
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We need to talk to your daughter
in connection with a murder.

128
00:07:57,840 --> 00:07:59,040
Oh, my God.

129
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-She's not a suspect.
-Not at the moment.

130
00:08:01,240 --> 00:08:02,840
[Gwen] Jesus Christ!

131
00:08:03,960 --> 00:08:05,840
She's a potential witness.

132
00:08:05,920 --> 00:08:08,320
[Teri] Didn't you think
to report her as missing?

133
00:08:08,640 --> 00:08:10,640
Her boyfriend's dad
reported him immediately.

134
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She doesn't have a boyfriend.

135
00:08:15,840 --> 00:08:19,760
[Eunice] We're going to need
a recent photograph of Alyssa. Um...

136
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Do you have one?

137
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[defensive] I've got some upstairs.

138
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[baby gurgles]

139
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[whispers] I can recommend
Childline or the NSPCC.

140
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[DC Onslow] OK, will do.

141
00:08:47,480 --> 00:08:48,480
Thanks.

142
00:08:51,320 --> 00:08:52,880
[beep] [door opens]

143
00:08:52,960 --> 00:08:58,120
So, I've been speaking to my DI,
that was him on the phone there.

144
00:08:59,160 --> 00:09:01,320
What we thought would be
the best thing is if we put you

145
00:09:01,400 --> 00:09:03,240
in touch with social services.

146
00:09:04,560 --> 00:09:07,560
And they can take things from here.
What do you think?

147
00:09:09,080 --> 00:09:11,600
Unless you've got someone else
who can look after you?

148
00:09:11,680 --> 00:09:13,440
[indie music]

149
00:09:16,320 --> 00:09:19,000
OK, so that's what I'm going to do, then.

150
00:09:24,080 --> 00:09:25,280
So...

151
00:09:26,640 --> 00:09:31,480
[DC Onslow] So, I'm gonna need a few
details from you, young man.

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[clang]

153
00:09:32,600 --> 00:09:35,560
So, first up... This is typical.

154
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Who do you have to fuck around here
to get a pen that works?

155
00:09:43,320 --> 00:09:44,160
Here we go.

156
00:09:44,520 --> 00:09:46,600
Uh, full name.

157
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[music fades]

158
00:09:50,480 --> 00:09:51,880
Oh, shit.

159
00:09:54,520 --> 00:09:56,480
[upbeat punk rock]

160
00:10:16,080 --> 00:10:18,760
♪ Well, it seems so real ♪

161
00:10:19,280 --> 00:10:21,160
♪ I can see it ♪

162
00:10:22,000 --> 00:10:23,800
♪ And it seems so real... ♪

163
00:10:23,880 --> 00:10:26,040
[Alyssa] Sometimes, I hate being a girl.

164
00:10:27,520 --> 00:10:30,040
♪ And it seems so real ♪

165
00:10:30,520 --> 00:10:32,480
♪ I can taste it ♪

166
00:10:33,320 --> 00:10:35,720
♪ And it seems so real ♪

167
00:10:36,240 --> 00:10:38,840
♪ I can hear it ♪

168
00:10:39,320 --> 00:10:44,320
♪ So why-y-y-y-y ♪

169
00:10:44,400 --> 00:10:46,640
♪ Can't I touch it? ♪

170
00:10:49,000 --> 00:10:51,680
[Alyssa] In films, people on the run
always look hot.

171
00:10:52,520 --> 00:10:53,960
[sighs]

172
00:10:54,040 --> 00:10:55,400
Fucking hell.

173
00:10:55,480 --> 00:10:58,080
♪ Can't I touch it? ♪

174
00:11:06,680 --> 00:11:08,920
♪ But then it looks so real ♪

175
00:11:09,840 --> 00:11:11,600
♪ I can see it ♪

176
00:11:12,320 --> 00:11:13,680
♪ And it feels so... ♪

177
00:11:13,760 --> 00:11:14,760
[music stops]

178
00:11:14,840 --> 00:11:16,080
What've you got in there?

179
00:11:16,800 --> 00:11:17,640
Hmm?

180
00:11:17,720 --> 00:11:20,440
[Eunice] No wonder she ran away.
Poor kid.

181
00:11:20,640 --> 00:11:22,480
Let's just wait and see.

182
00:11:27,800 --> 00:11:28,680
Are you sure?

183
00:11:30,800 --> 00:11:32,040
I'm on a fast day.

184
00:11:32,840 --> 00:11:33,840
Thought you were tense.

185
00:11:37,840 --> 00:11:39,560
[foreboding music]

186
00:11:39,640 --> 00:11:40,760
Can I say something?

187
00:11:42,200 --> 00:11:43,200
Yeah.

188
00:11:43,520 --> 00:11:45,560
I think we should clear the air.

189
00:11:46,920 --> 00:11:49,440
Wait, just hear me out.

190
00:11:50,600 --> 00:11:52,600
Uh, I think it's more professional.

191
00:11:52,680 --> 00:11:53,720
Look...

192
00:11:55,360 --> 00:11:57,240
people get drunk and...

193
00:11:58,440 --> 00:12:02,400
stuff happens in the night that maybe
wouldn't happen in the day.

194
00:12:02,720 --> 00:12:04,560
And just because that comes
as a surprise,

195
00:12:04,640 --> 00:12:08,280
it doesn't necessarily mean
it's a bad thing.

196
00:12:12,720 --> 00:12:14,160
I can see you regret it.

197
00:12:15,880 --> 00:12:17,240
[Teri] I don't regret it.

198
00:12:18,680 --> 00:12:20,800
I just wish it hadn't happened.

199
00:12:31,240 --> 00:12:33,400
[melancholy music]

200
00:12:43,960 --> 00:12:46,400
-Alyssa.
-I don't want to hold your hand.

201
00:12:59,480 --> 00:13:00,480
[dog barks]

202
00:13:05,840 --> 00:13:07,080
[door closes heavily]

203
00:13:07,160 --> 00:13:08,720
[loaded silence]

204
00:13:10,640 --> 00:13:12,080
Did you take anything else?

205
00:13:14,160 --> 00:13:15,040
Arms out.

206
00:13:15,560 --> 00:13:17,440
-What?
-Arms out.

207
00:13:21,040 --> 00:13:23,720
-Don't fucking touch me.
-Do you want me to call the police?

208
00:13:26,320 --> 00:13:27,240
All right.

209
00:13:38,520 --> 00:13:39,560
How did you get that?

210
00:13:42,680 --> 00:13:44,160
Are you going to look at me?

211
00:13:44,880 --> 00:13:45,880
Hmm?

212
00:13:47,920 --> 00:13:49,200
[Emil sighs]

213
00:13:52,040 --> 00:13:54,800
-I don't want to have sex with you.
-Wait, what?

214
00:13:54,880 --> 00:13:56,720
I don't want to,
even if you pay me.

215
00:13:56,800 --> 00:13:58,400
I don't want to have sex with you!

216
00:14:00,080 --> 00:14:02,360
I have sex with my wife.

217
00:14:05,040 --> 00:14:05,880
[Emil sighs]

218
00:14:06,760 --> 00:14:07,920
[Alyssa] Shit.

219
00:14:11,840 --> 00:14:13,160
What's going to happen to me?

220
00:14:13,680 --> 00:14:16,800
I'm going to file a report.
And then I'm going to call the police.

221
00:14:16,880 --> 00:14:18,240
-Police?
-Yes.

222
00:14:18,800 --> 00:14:19,680
You're a thief.

223
00:14:20,200 --> 00:14:21,760
[Alyssa] Not the police.

224
00:14:21,840 --> 00:14:23,640
[radio] Emil? A bloke's lost his kid.

225
00:14:23,720 --> 00:14:25,200
Little girl? Five years old?

226
00:14:26,920 --> 00:14:29,040
I'm just handling something,
can you deal with it?

227
00:14:29,200 --> 00:14:30,480
[radio] It's the end of my shift.

228
00:14:35,680 --> 00:14:36,880
All right, I'm coming.

229
00:14:39,840 --> 00:14:40,800
Stay here.

230
00:14:48,800 --> 00:14:49,800
Fucking idiot.

231
00:14:50,320 --> 00:14:52,480
[upbeat music]

232
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[man] She is five, but she's really tiny,

233
00:15:00,200 --> 00:15:03,240
and she's got brown hair
down to about here.

234
00:15:03,640 --> 00:15:04,520
No, I was just...

235
00:15:06,960 --> 00:15:09,280
[music gets louder]

236
00:15:33,600 --> 00:15:35,160
...gray leggings and a...

237
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-Daddy!
-Oh, where have you been?

238
00:15:39,760 --> 00:15:40,600
[man] Thank you.

239
00:15:41,840 --> 00:15:43,400
Thank you. Thank you so much!

240
00:15:44,960 --> 00:15:46,360
[man] Don't do that again.

241
00:15:49,160 --> 00:15:50,320
[music stops]

242
00:15:52,920 --> 00:15:54,800
[James] I knew
she was probably long gone...

243
00:15:55,480 --> 00:15:57,360
but it seemed important to try.

244
00:15:57,440 --> 00:15:59,200
[melancholy music]

245
00:16:03,800 --> 00:16:06,360
[Alyssa] James would be
shitting himself right now.

246
00:16:08,000 --> 00:16:09,400
I wonder what he's doing.

247
00:16:15,080 --> 00:16:16,600
[music fades]

248
00:16:20,240 --> 00:16:21,120
Are you OK?

249
00:16:22,560 --> 00:16:23,720
Yeah, I'm fine.

250
00:16:35,760 --> 00:16:36,800
Got a boyfriend?

251
00:16:40,160 --> 00:16:41,000
Did he hurt you?

252
00:16:41,760 --> 00:16:42,880
Did he do that?

253
00:16:43,880 --> 00:16:45,760
No, someone else.

254
00:16:45,840 --> 00:16:47,040
[screech]

255
00:16:56,720 --> 00:16:57,880
Go on, get out of here.

256
00:16:58,840 --> 00:16:59,680
Really?

257
00:17:01,280 --> 00:17:02,240
Yeah.

258
00:17:02,920 --> 00:17:04,120
What about the pants?

259
00:17:10,960 --> 00:17:11,800
Thanks.

260
00:17:18,560 --> 00:17:21,200
-Thanks.
-Stop stealing.

261
00:17:21,280 --> 00:17:23,680
[melancholy French pop]

262
00:17:32,640 --> 00:17:33,840
♪ Voilà ♪

263
00:17:35,160 --> 00:17:37,520
♪ Je regarde les autres ♪

264
00:17:39,800 --> 00:17:40,920
♪ Pourtant ♪

265
00:17:42,160 --> 00:17:44,360
♪ Je ne leur trouve rien ♪

266
00:17:46,000 --> 00:17:48,800
♪ C'est comme ça ♪

267
00:17:50,240 --> 00:17:51,400
♪ Voilà ♪

268
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♪ Je vais avec les autres ♪

269
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[Alyssa] What the fuck am I doing?

270
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♪ Le temps ♪

271
00:17:59,760 --> 00:18:02,080
♪ Passe plus mal que bien ♪

272
00:18:03,480 --> 00:18:07,040
♪ C'est comme ça ♪

273
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♪ Et toi... ♪

274
00:18:11,120 --> 00:18:12,800
[Alyssa] What if James is dead?

275
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He might literally be dead.

276
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He saved me and I left him.

277
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I'm never going to see him again.
And it's my fault.

278
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♪ Est-ce encore toi que j'aime? ♪

279
00:18:28,720 --> 00:18:30,280
[music builds]

280
00:18:30,360 --> 00:18:31,840
♪ Que j'aime? ♪

281
00:18:32,280 --> 00:18:38,120
♪ Que j'aime? ♪

282
00:18:39,440 --> 00:18:42,400
[music fades]

283
00:18:44,160 --> 00:18:45,520
-Hey.
-Hey.

284
00:18:48,560 --> 00:18:50,000
I lost the money.

285
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I didn't come back for the money.

286
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I'm sorry I left you.

287
00:19:00,400 --> 00:19:02,200
I'm sorry I killed him.

288
00:19:07,120 --> 00:19:08,800
I won't leave you again.

289
00:19:09,840 --> 00:19:10,680
OK.

290
00:19:12,960 --> 00:19:14,480
Should we go to my dad's?

291
00:19:15,200 --> 00:19:16,040
OK.

292
00:19:20,200 --> 00:19:22,720
[soft jazz]

293
00:19:24,640 --> 00:19:25,920
Not your weird one.

294
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[music builds]

295
00:19:37,960 --> 00:19:40,560
♪ If I told a lie ♪

296
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♪ If I made you cry ♪

297
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♪ When I said goodbye ♪

298
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♪ I'm sorry ♪

299
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♪ From the bottom of ♪

300
00:19:58,720 --> 00:20:01,240
♪ Of my heart ♪

301
00:20:04,840 --> 00:20:06,760
♪ I apologize ♪

302
00:20:11,480 --> 00:20:13,840
♪ If I caused you pain ♪

303
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♪ I know ♪

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♪ That I'm to blame ♪
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