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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:00,075 --> 00:00:03,405 Our man Krish is hosting an event for potential new dealers 2 00:00:03,405 --> 00:00:05,768 and we believe he will be handing out sample packs of this. 3 00:00:05,768 --> 00:00:09,207 Well do a control to swap, replace the real drugs 4 00:00:09,207 --> 00:00:11,042 with these lookalikes. 5 00:00:11,042 --> 00:00:13,141 (shutter clicks) - Nathan and I are Big Noise. 6 00:00:13,141 --> 00:00:14,669 We need Krish to buy our cover. 7 00:00:14,669 --> 00:00:16,306 Any chance were going to meet the Prince? 8 00:00:16,306 --> 00:00:19,108 Nah. Nobody connects with the Prince except for me. 9 00:00:19,636 --> 00:00:21,405 Help, I cant stop! 10 00:00:21,405 --> 00:00:22,504 (grunting) 11 00:00:22,504 --> 00:00:24,174 Get on the ground! 12 00:00:24,174 --> 00:00:25,339 Get down! - Ah! 13 00:00:25,339 --> 00:00:26,504 Officer, youre making a mistake! 14 00:00:26,504 --> 00:00:28,240 Shut your mouth! 15 00:00:28,240 --> 00:00:30,273 You gonna lodge a formal complaint against those assholes? 16 00:00:30,273 --> 00:00:32,207 The system is... rotten. 17 00:00:32,669 --> 00:00:35,273 I keep defending it. 18 00:00:41,603 --> 00:00:44,339 We believe the Purple Rain is being transported via 19 00:00:44,339 --> 00:00:45,735 these hazardous waste bags. 20 00:00:45,735 --> 00:00:47,735 Uh, Nathan, could you just fix the focus on that, 21 00:00:47,735 --> 00:00:50,108 its a bit blurry. - No, its as clear as day, Sam. 22 00:00:50,108 --> 00:00:51,669 G-B-H-9-3-4-0-2-X. 23 00:00:51,669 --> 00:00:53,372 You need to get your eyes checked. 24 00:00:53,372 --> 00:00:56,240 Nathan and I traced the region code on the label over there. 25 00:00:56,240 --> 00:00:58,504 Looks like it came from the chemistry lab at Guelph Tech. 26 00:00:58,504 --> 00:01:01,273 Guelph. Whew, that doesnt narrow it down much. Holy. 27 00:01:01,273 --> 00:01:04,240 Id say it narrows it down pretty good. 28 00:01:04,240 --> 00:01:05,801 - Yeah. - Theres only one Guelph Tech. 29 00:01:05,801 --> 00:01:07,603 So, overlooked chemistry nerd 30 00:01:07,603 --> 00:01:09,603 making and selling illegal drugs? 31 00:01:09,603 --> 00:01:12,768 Possibly Michel Owens. 32 00:01:12,768 --> 00:01:15,273 Hes the lab manager in the chemistry department over there. 33 00:01:15,273 --> 00:01:17,504 Hes got a PhD in chemistry, he has access to the lab. 34 00:01:17,504 --> 00:01:20,174 First one in, last one out, owns a beautiful home 35 00:01:20,174 --> 00:01:21,735 in Guelph and a condo in Yorkville. 36 00:01:21,735 --> 00:01:23,570 Also, he drives a Porsche. 37 00:01:23,570 --> 00:01:25,273 And check this out. 38 00:01:25,636 --> 00:01:28,108 - Whoa. - Michel Owens 10 years ago. 39 00:01:28,108 --> 00:01:30,075 He was the lead singer of a local cover band 40 00:01:30,075 --> 00:01:32,570 called Fuschia Shock. One guess, 41 00:01:32,570 --> 00:01:34,108 whose music they were covering. 42 00:01:34,108 --> 00:01:36,471 Yeah, so what hes been doing is-- 43 00:01:36,471 --> 00:01:38,306 - Prince! - Sorry? 44 00:01:38,834 --> 00:01:43,438 The band. The man. Prince. - Yes, Sam. Its Prince. 45 00:01:43,438 --> 00:01:44,735 Okay, heres what Im thinking. 46 00:01:44,735 --> 00:01:47,306 We take a road trip out to Guelph. Bump the guy, 47 00:01:47,306 --> 00:01:49,273 see what we find. - That sounds like a great idea. 48 00:01:49,273 --> 00:01:51,570 You all hit Guelph, well have another meet with Krish, 49 00:01:51,570 --> 00:01:53,702 pick up the huge supply of Purple Rain weve already paid for, 50 00:01:53,702 --> 00:01:55,570 see if he leads us to the Prince that way. 51 00:01:55,570 --> 00:01:58,207 Yeah, you keep that Big Nose play going, boys. 52 00:01:58,207 --> 00:02:00,438 Its Big Noise. - Yeah. 53 00:02:00,438 --> 00:02:03,306 Yeah, which is marginally better. 54 00:02:03,306 --> 00:02:04,438 Uh... 55 00:02:05,240 --> 00:02:06,570 Sam, you good? - Yeah, Im good. 56 00:02:06,570 --> 00:02:08,240 Just smelling my desk. 57 00:02:08,240 --> 00:02:09,768 But up here... 58 00:02:09,768 --> 00:02:12,570 its dizzy, so I just, Im just gonna stay here for a second. 59 00:02:12,570 --> 00:02:13,867 Wait, dizzy? - Yeah. 60 00:02:13,867 --> 00:02:15,768 Hold up, how long have you been feeling this way? 61 00:02:15,768 --> 00:02:17,867 Wha... uh... since I fell at the rink and I... 62 00:02:17,867 --> 00:02:19,438 But my head still hurts a tiny bit. 63 00:02:19,438 --> 00:02:20,702 Whoa, look at me. - Yeah. 64 00:02:20,702 --> 00:02:22,438 Okay, Sam, your pupils are different sizes. 65 00:02:22,438 --> 00:02:23,801 We need to get you to the hospital. 66 00:02:23,801 --> 00:02:25,504 Were not going to the hospital, were going to Guelph, 67 00:02:25,504 --> 00:02:27,108 were going on a road trip. She can drive, 68 00:02:27,108 --> 00:02:28,603 Ill give her the keys, Ill be the passenger. 69 00:02:28,603 --> 00:02:30,570 Sam, come with me. - Thats the thing, you always drive, 70 00:02:30,570 --> 00:02:32,273 thats the only difference in the whole thing. 71 00:02:32,273 --> 00:02:34,372 You look amazing in red, dont get me started on your jeans. 72 00:02:34,372 --> 00:02:36,240 Guys, its gonna be okay. 73 00:02:36,537 --> 00:02:38,471 (upbeat music) 74 00:02:47,108 --> 00:02:48,537 Im a terrible partner. 75 00:02:48,537 --> 00:02:50,207 Im gonna cancel my trip. - Oh my God, 76 00:02:50,207 --> 00:02:51,669 dont cancel your trip, its for work. 77 00:02:51,669 --> 00:02:53,141 I should have known. 78 00:02:53,141 --> 00:02:54,405 I should have been looking into your eyes, 79 00:02:54,405 --> 00:02:56,141 why havent I been looking into your eyes, Sam? 80 00:02:56,141 --> 00:02:57,570 Kelly here was looking into your eyes 81 00:02:57,570 --> 00:02:59,405 and shes just your colleague. 82 00:03:00,207 --> 00:03:01,834 Okay, we have your MRI result. 83 00:03:01,834 --> 00:03:04,339 You have a concussion. Likely a grade two. 84 00:03:04,339 --> 00:03:05,636 I knew it. 85 00:03:05,636 --> 00:03:07,603 Uh, okay, so what do I have to do? 86 00:03:07,603 --> 00:03:09,207 Theres different schools of thought these days 87 00:03:09,207 --> 00:03:10,372 on how to treat them. 88 00:03:11,306 --> 00:03:16,306 and exercise are crucial in the early stages of recovery, 89 00:03:16,306 --> 00:03:18,207 you know, keeping your brain sharp as you transition 90 00:03:18,207 --> 00:03:19,768 back to normal. 91 00:03:19,768 --> 00:03:21,669 Most doctors would say to take it easy. 92 00:03:21,669 --> 00:03:23,471 Come back and see me in a couple of weeks. 93 00:03:23,471 --> 00:03:25,438 Okay, thank you. - No problem. 94 00:03:25,867 --> 00:03:28,702 Im gonna text Judy from your phone and let her know. 95 00:03:34,603 --> 00:03:36,768 You just... 96 00:03:36,768 --> 00:03:39,207 type her password in and use her phone like that? 97 00:03:39,207 --> 00:03:40,504 - Mm-hmm. - Ironically, 98 00:03:40,504 --> 00:03:41,603 we have the same password. 99 00:03:41,603 --> 00:03:43,273 Wait, no, no, no, what are you doing? 100 00:03:43,273 --> 00:03:45,405 Stop. Please dont text Judy, cause, um, 101 00:03:45,405 --> 00:03:47,636 Elliots coming home this weekend, remember? 102 00:03:47,636 --> 00:03:49,174 Hes gonna take care of me. 103 00:03:49,174 --> 00:03:50,537 What? (chuckling) 104 00:03:50,537 --> 00:03:52,372 Elliot take care of you... 105 00:03:52,372 --> 00:03:53,801 No, he is gonna take care of me. 106 00:03:53,801 --> 00:03:55,801 Hes probably really excited to take care of me. 107 00:03:55,801 --> 00:03:57,273 - Hilarious. - No, he is, because-- 108 00:03:57,273 --> 00:03:58,768 - Oh my God. - This is what sons do, 109 00:03:58,768 --> 00:04:00,240 they take care of their mothers. 110 00:04:00,240 --> 00:04:01,537 Hes a man now... 111 00:04:01,537 --> 00:04:03,207 (overlapping chatter) 112 00:04:03,207 --> 00:04:05,471 Stop it, its not funny. (laughing) 113 00:04:10,240 --> 00:04:11,504 Yup, there he is. 114 00:04:11,504 --> 00:04:13,768 See? Every week, like clockwork. 115 00:04:13,768 --> 00:04:16,141 And I told him youve been hassling me about 116 00:04:16,141 --> 00:04:17,339 the Purple Rain shipment. - Good. 117 00:04:17,339 --> 00:04:19,405 You got your work cut out for you, though. 118 00:04:19,405 --> 00:04:20,834 Whys that? 119 00:04:20,834 --> 00:04:22,669 Cause youre gonna need to be scary if you want Krish 120 00:04:22,669 --> 00:04:23,834 to listen to you. 121 00:04:23,834 --> 00:04:25,570 We could be scary. 122 00:04:25,768 --> 00:04:27,405 See this right there? 123 00:04:27,405 --> 00:04:29,768 I got that from a guy named Mulch when I was 17, 124 00:04:29,768 --> 00:04:31,702 I sold him weed mixed with oregano. 125 00:04:31,702 --> 00:04:33,834 And this? Right there? 126 00:04:33,834 --> 00:04:35,768 Thats when I paid my rent with the money I made 127 00:04:35,768 --> 00:04:37,504 from selling 30 hits of acid 128 00:04:37,504 --> 00:04:39,405 instead of paying back my supplier. 129 00:04:39,405 --> 00:04:42,207 You see, dealers are scary because they arent afraid to get violent. 130 00:04:42,207 --> 00:04:45,174 But you two arent dealers, youre cops. 131 00:04:45,174 --> 00:04:46,438 And that would be assault. 132 00:04:46,438 --> 00:04:48,273 Anyways, have fun. 133 00:04:53,504 --> 00:04:55,768 I mean, we dont have to throw down just to be intimidating. 134 00:04:55,768 --> 00:04:57,768 Oh, fear of getting your ass whooped 135 00:04:57,768 --> 00:04:59,636 is more powerful than getting your ass whooped. 136 00:04:59,636 --> 00:05:01,867 Agreed. And if Krish happens to get violent, 137 00:05:01,867 --> 00:05:03,867 then hey, we can get violent. 138 00:05:03,867 --> 00:05:05,438 Its self-defence. - Yeah. 139 00:05:05,438 --> 00:05:06,735 Alright, follow my lead. 140 00:05:10,636 --> 00:05:13,240 And youre not allowed to do that De Niro face. 141 00:05:13,834 --> 00:05:15,240 (upbeat music) 142 00:05:15,240 --> 00:05:16,372 Very good. 143 00:05:17,273 --> 00:05:18,669 (indistinct chatter) 144 00:05:20,372 --> 00:05:22,273 (groaning) 145 00:05:27,339 --> 00:05:28,636 Um... 146 00:05:29,900 --> 00:05:31,933 (clattering) 147 00:05:32,636 --> 00:05:34,240 Do you have a back door? 148 00:05:34,240 --> 00:05:38,240 - Uh, yeah. Down the hall. - Cool. Ill be right back. 149 00:05:48,273 --> 00:05:50,405 Boys! Good to see you. 150 00:05:50,405 --> 00:05:52,471 Youre looking sharp. - Yeah, yeah. 151 00:05:52,471 --> 00:05:53,834 Listen, listen, I thought we agreed, 152 00:05:53,834 --> 00:05:55,438 Ill text you when I get the stuff in. 153 00:05:55,438 --> 00:05:58,537 Yeah, we did, but uh... well, we got a little impatient. 154 00:05:58,537 --> 00:06:00,438 Its been 24 hours. - Look, guys, 155 00:06:00,438 --> 00:06:01,669 youre gonna get your stuff. 156 00:06:01,669 --> 00:06:04,339 Im actually on my way to pick it up today, so, 157 00:06:04,339 --> 00:06:06,372 youre just... youre just gonna need to chill, alright? 158 00:06:06,372 --> 00:06:09,405 Thats great, cause we promised people a party. 159 00:06:09,801 --> 00:06:12,339 So until we have our order in hand, 160 00:06:12,339 --> 00:06:14,603 the three of us are gonna get real cozy. 161 00:06:15,438 --> 00:06:16,702 Understood. 162 00:06:19,273 --> 00:06:21,273 Uh, Steve called, he was so worried, 163 00:06:21,273 --> 00:06:23,537 so he asked me to pick up some stuff and just check on you. 164 00:06:23,537 --> 00:06:26,471 Yeah, Im fine, really. Good. Im... good. 165 00:06:26,471 --> 00:06:27,900 Well, you dont know that. 166 00:06:27,900 --> 00:06:29,735 Because I had a friend who had a concussion, 167 00:06:29,735 --> 00:06:31,273 it ruined their entire life. 168 00:06:31,273 --> 00:06:33,207 She had to move into her cousins basement, 169 00:06:33,207 --> 00:06:34,537 it was-- - Her cousin... Yeah. 170 00:06:34,537 --> 00:06:37,669 Or, you could be like many, many other people 171 00:06:37,669 --> 00:06:40,405 that got a knock on the head and just use it as a great excuse 172 00:06:40,405 --> 00:06:42,471 to take a couple of days off and chill back, lay back. 173 00:06:42,471 --> 00:06:44,768 (gasping) You can watch Drag Race. 174 00:06:44,768 --> 00:06:46,273 - Yes! - No, no, no, no, 175 00:06:46,273 --> 00:06:47,570 you have to avoid... 176 00:06:47,570 --> 00:06:49,240 No TV! No TV! - What? 177 00:06:49,240 --> 00:06:51,867 You have to avoid all screens. Screens are the worst. 178 00:06:51,867 --> 00:06:53,405 Avoiding it. - What?! 179 00:06:53,405 --> 00:06:54,834 You need it to be dark. - Dark. 180 00:06:54,834 --> 00:06:56,900 And calm. So, I have your lunch, Ive got your dinner. 181 00:06:56,900 --> 00:06:58,702 Im gonna take care of it all. - Okay. 182 00:06:58,702 --> 00:07:01,537 Okay, Im gonna send you this article thats more in line 183 00:07:01,537 --> 00:07:03,339 with what your doctor says and basically opposite 184 00:07:03,339 --> 00:07:04,801 of everything you just said, 185 00:07:04,801 --> 00:07:07,339 you know, do the hard stuff, force yourself back to normal. 186 00:07:07,339 --> 00:07:09,306 Ah, there it is. - Great, why dont you email me 187 00:07:09,306 --> 00:07:11,735 that article and I will read it and I will enjoy reading it, thank you. 188 00:07:11,735 --> 00:07:14,372 No, no, no. Are you guys serious right now? 189 00:07:14,372 --> 00:07:16,768 - Yeah... No... - Im sorry, Kelly, 190 00:07:16,768 --> 00:07:18,273 no offence-- - Sent. 191 00:07:18,273 --> 00:07:21,306 Shes gonna go upstairs, lights out, lie down. 192 00:07:21,306 --> 00:07:22,372 Ill make lunch. 193 00:07:22,372 --> 00:07:23,900 You dont have to worry about her. 194 00:07:23,900 --> 00:07:25,504 I got it. - Oh, actually, 195 00:07:25,504 --> 00:07:28,669 you know, I was thinking about making her lunch, some... 196 00:07:29,207 --> 00:07:32,471 Mm, barbecue ribs, salad, collard greens, 197 00:07:32,471 --> 00:07:33,900 mac and cheese with a little bacon, 198 00:07:33,900 --> 00:07:36,306 you know that good gut health? 199 00:07:36,306 --> 00:07:38,438 So, um, I think I got it from here, you can leave. 200 00:07:38,438 --> 00:07:40,372 Oh, you know what? My dearest friend Kelly, 201 00:07:40,372 --> 00:07:42,306 why dont you go to Guelph for the both of us? 202 00:07:42,306 --> 00:07:44,702 And you, my bossy friend can cook this delicious food 203 00:07:44,702 --> 00:07:46,768 because it smells amazing and I am starving, 204 00:07:46,768 --> 00:07:48,372 and then you can go back to work. 205 00:07:48,372 --> 00:07:50,405 Okay, well, somebody has to stay with you. 206 00:07:50,405 --> 00:07:52,867 At least until Elliot gets here. - I do agree with that. 207 00:07:52,867 --> 00:07:56,273 Okay, its gonna be Ro because detectives are more important than lawyers. 208 00:07:56,273 --> 00:07:58,570 Wow, you do have a concussion. 209 00:07:58,570 --> 00:08:01,504 Okay, uh, well, have a good day, Detective. 210 00:08:01,504 --> 00:08:03,702 If I didnt have a meeting with Super Shanks, 211 00:08:03,702 --> 00:08:05,537 Id take you on. - Ooh. 212 00:08:05,537 --> 00:08:07,735 Yeah, so have a great time in Guelph 213 00:08:07,735 --> 00:08:09,603 and you keep me posted. 214 00:08:09,603 --> 00:08:12,240 And I also want you to say hi to Prince for me. 215 00:08:12,240 --> 00:08:13,537 Oh, will do. - Okay. 216 00:08:13,537 --> 00:08:16,372 - Take it easy. Mm-hmm! - Okay, bye. Thank you! 217 00:08:16,372 --> 00:08:17,438 (chuckling) 218 00:08:17,438 --> 00:08:18,636 Shes great. 219 00:08:19,339 --> 00:08:20,999 (door opening and closing) 220 00:08:20,999 --> 00:08:23,603 Hon, I dont know how to break this to you, 221 00:08:23,603 --> 00:08:26,471 but Prince died. It was really sad. 222 00:08:26,471 --> 00:08:27,867 Yes, the... 223 00:08:27,867 --> 00:08:29,702 I know the musician is dead, its not that, 224 00:08:29,702 --> 00:08:31,735 its the Prince is part of the drug case. 225 00:08:31,735 --> 00:08:33,999 And Ro, what are you doing? - Im doing exactly 226 00:08:33,999 --> 00:08:35,735 what you would do, dont look at me like that. 227 00:08:35,735 --> 00:08:38,999 But you need to go upstairs and rest, okay? 228 00:08:38,999 --> 00:08:41,339 Ill make you a tray. Its gonna be good. 229 00:08:41,801 --> 00:08:43,636 Come on. - Hey. 230 00:08:43,636 --> 00:08:44,999 Thank you. 231 00:08:45,834 --> 00:08:47,636 Youre a really good friend. - Yeah. 232 00:08:47,636 --> 00:08:48,999 Seriously. 233 00:08:51,240 --> 00:08:52,702 Hold the railing. 234 00:08:53,603 --> 00:08:56,240 Oh, this arrived on my desk last night, 235 00:08:56,240 --> 00:08:59,570 your official complaint. Its very clear, its very formal. 236 00:08:59,999 --> 00:09:02,603 Officers Taylor and MacCleary, 68th Division, 237 00:09:02,603 --> 00:09:04,999 pulled you over, drew their guns, 238 00:09:04,999 --> 00:09:07,900 held you down on the ground and cuffed you. 239 00:09:10,999 --> 00:09:14,867 But theres nothing in here about how you feel. 240 00:09:14,867 --> 00:09:17,867 For one thing, it might help me to advocate 241 00:09:17,867 --> 00:09:20,372 on your behalf, get these assholes the maximum 242 00:09:20,372 --> 00:09:21,570 punishment they deserve. 243 00:09:22,801 --> 00:09:24,405 Whats the point? 244 00:09:25,636 --> 00:09:27,438 The problem is bigger than these assholes. 245 00:09:28,900 --> 00:09:31,966 And its funny, I was at a Black Sistah Circle, 246 00:09:31,966 --> 00:09:35,702 right before I got pulled over, and this woman, Leticia, 247 00:09:35,702 --> 00:09:39,570 said that this place is a rotten tree. 248 00:09:39,570 --> 00:09:41,537 Were the bad apples. 249 00:09:41,966 --> 00:09:44,405 But I dont know how we get rid of the infection. 250 00:09:44,405 --> 00:09:45,735 (sighs) 251 00:09:46,570 --> 00:09:51,603 Kelly, this place needs us here to change, 252 00:09:51,603 --> 00:09:53,306 you and me. 253 00:09:53,306 --> 00:09:55,768 This corner office, with the view, 254 00:09:55,768 --> 00:09:57,900 might have come seven years too late, 255 00:09:57,900 --> 00:10:00,999 but things are shifting. You think five years ago, 256 00:10:00,999 --> 00:10:03,636 I could have called out the police board 257 00:10:03,636 --> 00:10:05,933 about how the police unions 258 00:10:05,933 --> 00:10:07,966 are one of the biggest impediments to change 259 00:10:07,966 --> 00:10:09,537 and accountability? 260 00:10:09,537 --> 00:10:11,405 Even two years ago they would have just laughed me 261 00:10:11,405 --> 00:10:12,735 out of the room. But now? 262 00:10:12,735 --> 00:10:14,273 (chuckles) 263 00:10:14,273 --> 00:10:18,405 And I take some sort of solace in that progress. 264 00:10:20,900 --> 00:10:25,339 We are here to fight the good fight. 265 00:10:26,339 --> 00:10:28,537 Alright, I will channel my inner Sade 266 00:10:28,537 --> 00:10:30,768 and bare my soul. - Thank you very much. 267 00:10:30,768 --> 00:10:31,966 - Yeah. - Hey. 268 00:10:31,966 --> 00:10:33,603 Hope Im not interrupting. 269 00:10:33,603 --> 00:10:35,372 Any news? - Yeah, I was actually 270 00:10:35,372 --> 00:10:37,966 about to head to your office, give you an update on Sam. 271 00:10:37,966 --> 00:10:40,636 - How is she? - She has a concussion, 272 00:10:40,636 --> 00:10:43,867 needed some rest, but she should be good in a few days. 273 00:10:43,867 --> 00:10:46,438 I was about to head to Guelph anyway to get a lay of the land. 274 00:10:46,438 --> 00:10:48,636 Well, if Sam is not able to go with you, 275 00:10:48,636 --> 00:10:50,042 Id like you to take someone else. 276 00:10:50,042 --> 00:10:51,438 Who? 277 00:10:54,801 --> 00:10:55,933 Detective Duff! 278 00:10:55,933 --> 00:10:57,306 What up? 279 00:10:57,306 --> 00:10:58,933 Hey, Chase. 280 00:10:59,471 --> 00:11:01,075 Looking forward to the trip. 281 00:11:01,075 --> 00:11:04,339 Uh, yeah, yeah. Me too. Me too. 282 00:11:04,339 --> 00:11:06,669 - May I? - Uh, may... 283 00:11:07,438 --> 00:11:08,636 (sighing) 284 00:11:08,636 --> 00:11:11,372 Oh... Um... - I heard about the incident. 285 00:11:11,603 --> 00:11:12,933 Horrible, just... 286 00:11:12,933 --> 00:11:15,306 Horrible. No justice, no peace. 287 00:11:15,306 --> 00:11:17,900 No. No. Thank you. Okay. Uh, lets go. 288 00:11:17,900 --> 00:11:20,570 Oh, I brought some hot pepper jelly pastries for the road. 289 00:11:20,570 --> 00:11:21,801 Hot pepper jelly pastries? 290 00:11:21,801 --> 00:11:22,867 Hot pepper jelly pastries, yeah. 291 00:11:22,867 --> 00:11:24,735 Theyre out of control good. 292 00:11:24,735 --> 00:11:26,471 I dont usually indulge, but these babies 293 00:11:26,471 --> 00:11:27,669 are really testing my discipline. 294 00:11:27,669 --> 00:11:29,735 Uh, thats great. Im driving. 295 00:11:31,735 --> 00:11:32,867 Sure. 296 00:11:38,933 --> 00:11:41,471 (upbeat music) 297 00:11:42,933 --> 00:11:44,339 Come on. 298 00:11:44,834 --> 00:11:46,372 Just relax. (sighs) 299 00:11:46,372 --> 00:11:47,702 What did Ro say, what did Ro say? 300 00:11:47,702 --> 00:11:49,042 You can do this, you can... 301 00:11:49,042 --> 00:11:50,537 You know what? No, stop. 302 00:11:51,504 --> 00:11:52,768 Just do what Kelly said. 303 00:11:52,768 --> 00:11:55,504 I dont care, its making me feel sick. 304 00:11:55,504 --> 00:11:57,504 Back to normal, get back to normal. 305 00:11:57,504 --> 00:11:58,999 Eyes open. 306 00:11:59,504 --> 00:12:01,636 Okay, this... Im gonna light my hair on fire. 307 00:12:01,636 --> 00:12:02,867 This is not really... 308 00:12:11,075 --> 00:12:12,669 I cant breathe. 309 00:12:13,438 --> 00:12:14,603 Oh. 310 00:12:15,438 --> 00:12:16,570 Ah. 311 00:12:17,504 --> 00:12:18,768 Oh. 312 00:12:20,504 --> 00:12:23,900 Oh, fudge, I got hot pepper jelly in my eye. 313 00:12:23,900 --> 00:12:25,042 Ow. - What? 314 00:12:25,042 --> 00:12:26,504 Oh, wow. 315 00:12:26,504 --> 00:12:28,471 Ow, that smarts. 316 00:12:28,471 --> 00:12:31,504 Ah, oh Jesus, ow. 317 00:12:31,768 --> 00:12:33,933 Oh, I got it in my other eye. 318 00:12:33,933 --> 00:12:36,471 Oh geez Louise. Oh. 319 00:12:36,471 --> 00:12:38,636 Why dont you use water to rinse it out or something? 320 00:12:38,636 --> 00:12:40,405 Yeah, thats a good idea. 321 00:12:40,405 --> 00:12:41,999 I... I have contact solution in my bag somewhere. 322 00:12:41,999 --> 00:12:45,339 Um... I cant see my... I cant see my bag. 323 00:12:45,339 --> 00:12:46,702 I cant... I cant see. 324 00:12:46,702 --> 00:12:48,603 (groaning) - Here you go. 325 00:12:48,603 --> 00:12:50,108 - Thanks. Thank you. - Hey, Im gonna go in 326 00:12:50,108 --> 00:12:52,042 and see if I can get a meeting with this lab manager 327 00:12:52,042 --> 00:12:53,702 Michel Owens, okay? 328 00:12:53,702 --> 00:12:55,702 Okay, yeah, just let me... let me pull myself together here 329 00:12:55,702 --> 00:12:57,438 and Im... and Im right behind you. 330 00:12:57,438 --> 00:12:58,768 Yeah, you work on that. 331 00:12:58,768 --> 00:13:00,108 Ow. 332 00:13:00,108 --> 00:13:01,768 Ah. 333 00:13:02,042 --> 00:13:04,075 When I blink is when it stings. 334 00:13:04,537 --> 00:13:05,735 Ah. 335 00:13:10,537 --> 00:13:12,537 (door closing) - Hello? 336 00:13:12,999 --> 00:13:14,339 Elliot? 337 00:13:14,801 --> 00:13:17,471 Oh my God, ah, yes! 338 00:13:17,966 --> 00:13:20,636 Hi. Youre home. Oh my God. 339 00:13:20,636 --> 00:13:22,372 Wait, wait, wait, wait. Is that my concussion 340 00:13:22,372 --> 00:13:23,768 or is that actual stubble on your chin? 341 00:13:23,768 --> 00:13:25,372 Ah, its... 342 00:13:25,702 --> 00:13:27,537 Im growing out my mane. (laughing) 343 00:13:27,537 --> 00:13:28,933 You like? - I dont know. 344 00:13:28,933 --> 00:13:30,834 Can I feel it? Can I touch it? Alri-- 345 00:13:30,834 --> 00:13:33,966 Oh, wow. (laughing) 346 00:13:33,966 --> 00:13:36,471 So, did Dad tell you about my condition? 347 00:13:36,471 --> 00:13:38,834 Yeah. Im here with you for a bit. 348 00:13:38,834 --> 00:13:40,504 Just a bit? 349 00:13:40,504 --> 00:13:44,537 Well, I gotta go, um, visit Jackie, actually, in Guelph. 350 00:13:44,537 --> 00:13:45,834 Shes going to school there. 351 00:13:45,834 --> 00:13:47,504 Guelph? Is it Guelph Tech? 352 00:13:47,504 --> 00:13:49,438 She goes to Guelph Tech? - Yeah. 353 00:13:49,438 --> 00:13:51,636 Do you think, I was wondering... 354 00:13:51,900 --> 00:13:53,537 Just a thought... 355 00:13:53,867 --> 00:13:55,834 Is she involved in the drug scene up there? 356 00:13:56,636 --> 00:13:59,999 I guess insensitivitys a symptom of your concussion? 357 00:13:59,999 --> 00:14:02,735 I am supposed to be in Guelph on a drug case 358 00:14:02,735 --> 00:14:04,933 so I just thought, ooh, ooh. - Dude. 359 00:14:05,603 --> 00:14:08,834 So theres drugs in Guelph, a town of 100,000 people, 360 00:14:08,834 --> 00:14:10,900 Jackie happens to be one of those people 361 00:14:10,900 --> 00:14:12,735 so she must be involved in the drugs? 362 00:14:12,735 --> 00:14:14,900 I mean, come on, shes actually doing really good. 363 00:14:14,900 --> 00:14:16,801 Im doing good. - Mm-hmm. 364 00:14:16,801 --> 00:14:19,735 How about we just leave it alone this time? 365 00:14:19,735 --> 00:14:21,141 - Yeah. - Okay, Im gonna go make you 366 00:14:21,141 --> 00:14:23,702 a cup of tea. - Sure. Thank you. 367 00:14:30,603 --> 00:14:32,834 (indistinct chatter) 368 00:14:33,933 --> 00:14:35,933 (knocking) 369 00:14:51,141 --> 00:14:52,834 Can I help you with something? 370 00:14:52,834 --> 00:14:55,636 Ah, yes, uh, Detective Kelly Duff. 371 00:14:55,636 --> 00:14:57,735 Celine Levy, work in the admin office. 372 00:14:57,735 --> 00:14:59,537 Yeah, Im looking for Michel Owens, 373 00:14:59,537 --> 00:15:01,405 the lab manager for the chemistry department. 374 00:15:01,405 --> 00:15:03,999 You and me both. Students are up in arms, 375 00:15:08,471 --> 00:15:10,636 Is he on vacation or something? - Well, he shouldnt be. 376 00:15:10,636 --> 00:15:13,933 The last time he signed into the lab was two nights ago at midnight. 377 00:15:13,933 --> 00:15:18,042 He turned the place upside down, got the janitor fired 378 00:15:18,042 --> 00:15:20,669 and locked up at three in the morning, left with the key. 379 00:15:20,669 --> 00:15:22,108 Nobodys seen him since. 380 00:15:22,108 --> 00:15:23,867 Whyd he get the janitor fired? 381 00:15:23,867 --> 00:15:26,702 Insubordination, apparently. - Hmm. 382 00:15:27,042 --> 00:15:29,471 Do you have this janitors contact info? 383 00:15:29,471 --> 00:15:31,768 Id like to get in touch, maybe they know 384 00:15:31,768 --> 00:15:33,504 whats going on or how to track him down. 385 00:15:33,504 --> 00:15:34,999 Come with me. 386 00:15:41,801 --> 00:15:43,471 (groaning) 387 00:15:43,471 --> 00:15:44,636 What? 388 00:15:45,471 --> 00:15:48,438 Ugh. Wheres that fool at? 389 00:15:48,768 --> 00:15:50,570 (groaning) 390 00:15:52,636 --> 00:15:55,405 Whoa, okay, uh, Dustin, are you okay? 391 00:15:55,405 --> 00:15:57,900 No. No. Not at all. 392 00:15:57,900 --> 00:16:00,768 I tried to put saline in my eyes and I accidentally 393 00:16:00,768 --> 00:16:02,042 brought my contact cleaner I guess-- 394 00:16:02,042 --> 00:16:03,570 Okay, do you have the keys? 395 00:16:03,570 --> 00:16:06,537 Peroxide, I shot peroxide directly into my eyes. 396 00:16:06,537 --> 00:16:09,900 And I think I have a scratched cornea because it really stings. 397 00:16:09,900 --> 00:16:11,867 Chase, I need the keys, where are they? 398 00:16:11,867 --> 00:16:13,504 Look, you could sit out there, theres a bench. 399 00:16:13,504 --> 00:16:15,636 No, because I cant find them! Right? Because... 400 00:16:15,636 --> 00:16:17,504 You want to know why? I cant see at all. 401 00:16:17,504 --> 00:16:19,174 Oh, boy. - Alright, look. 402 00:16:19,174 --> 00:16:21,042 Oh, Im suffering some serious ouchies today, Kelly. 403 00:16:21,042 --> 00:16:23,669 I bet. Look, I gotta talk to this janitor about Michel Owens. 404 00:16:23,669 --> 00:16:26,735 I will text you where Im going. Alright, you look for the keys 405 00:16:26,735 --> 00:16:28,768 and get your hands out of your face, alright? 406 00:16:28,768 --> 00:16:30,900 Your natural tears will wash away whatevers going on in there. 407 00:16:30,900 --> 00:16:32,570 And then, you drive to meet me there. 408 00:16:32,570 --> 00:16:35,141 Yes. That sounds good. Got it, Kelly. 409 00:16:36,042 --> 00:16:37,108 Kelly? 410 00:16:37,108 --> 00:16:38,867 (phone chiming) 411 00:16:41,999 --> 00:16:43,834 Uh... 412 00:16:43,834 --> 00:16:46,735 Hey, Sealey, what should you do if you get peroxide in your eyes? 413 00:16:47,108 --> 00:16:49,075 I found this on the web. 414 00:16:49,075 --> 00:16:50,735 Sealey, I cant... I cant see, right? 415 00:16:50,735 --> 00:16:52,669 So I cant read. I need you to read it for me. 416 00:16:52,669 --> 00:16:53,933 Im not sure I understand. 417 00:16:53,933 --> 00:16:55,768 Is there something else I can help you with? 418 00:16:55,768 --> 00:16:57,801 Yes! How can I fix my eyes, please?! 419 00:16:57,801 --> 00:16:59,207 I found this on the web. 420 00:16:59,207 --> 00:17:00,603 (groaning) 421 00:17:00,603 --> 00:17:02,207 Sealey! Kiss my ass! 422 00:17:04,933 --> 00:17:06,801 Still no word from the Prince. 423 00:17:07,603 --> 00:17:09,174 This is so typical of the Prince, 424 00:17:09,174 --> 00:17:11,108 but Im gonna get a call back any minute, okay? 425 00:17:11,108 --> 00:17:13,834 We cant be here all day, man. What time is it? 426 00:17:13,834 --> 00:17:15,207 I dont know. 427 00:17:15,207 --> 00:17:17,108 From this side, it looks like its about 5 oclock. 428 00:17:17,108 --> 00:17:19,108 On this side, Im not so sure. 429 00:17:20,108 --> 00:17:22,966 - Funny, guys. Real funny. - Oh, you think somethings-- 430 00:17:22,966 --> 00:17:24,207 Krish! 431 00:17:24,207 --> 00:17:25,537 Ive been looking for ya. 432 00:17:26,933 --> 00:17:29,933 Lets get in the whip, Krish. I gotta take a load off. 433 00:17:30,207 --> 00:17:34,108 I, uh, managed to break down that little sample of yours. 434 00:17:34,108 --> 00:17:37,108 Turns out Purple Rain is nothing but caffeine and sugar. 435 00:17:37,108 --> 00:17:39,141 No, thats... thats not my product. 436 00:17:39,141 --> 00:17:42,075 - You cheated me. - Get in the car, Krish. 437 00:17:43,966 --> 00:17:45,933 Whoa! Hey, hey, hey. 438 00:17:46,867 --> 00:17:48,669 Now, we dont have to do this. 439 00:17:55,801 --> 00:17:58,042 (grunting) 440 00:18:05,537 --> 00:18:06,801 Watch out! 441 00:18:08,669 --> 00:18:10,174 (grunting) 442 00:18:12,669 --> 00:18:14,570 (groaning) 443 00:18:24,504 --> 00:18:26,141 I didnt cheat you, okay? It was the Prince! 444 00:18:26,141 --> 00:18:27,636 It was the Prince, I promise! 445 00:18:27,636 --> 00:18:28,867 Whos the Prince?! 446 00:18:28,867 --> 00:18:30,768 Its the guy that controls the chemistry lab 447 00:18:30,768 --> 00:18:32,933 at Guelph Tech, okay? His name is Michel Owens. 448 00:18:33,537 --> 00:18:35,108 Michel Owens, thats all I know. 449 00:18:35,108 --> 00:18:36,834 (grunting) 450 00:18:38,207 --> 00:18:39,801 Hey! Get off of him! 451 00:18:41,240 --> 00:18:42,834 Alright, alright, alright. 452 00:18:42,834 --> 00:18:45,867 You got the information. We dont need the knives, right? 453 00:18:46,240 --> 00:18:49,075 No, Im still gonna wreck you and then just head to Guelph. 454 00:18:49,702 --> 00:18:51,669 (grunting) 455 00:18:52,207 --> 00:18:54,372 (groaning) 456 00:18:58,174 --> 00:18:59,702 Freeze! Back up! - Hey, hey, hey! 457 00:18:59,702 --> 00:19:02,702 GTPD, youre under arrest! - Drop the knives, now! 458 00:19:03,141 --> 00:19:05,801 Get up against the wall! - Hurry up! 459 00:19:06,834 --> 00:19:08,504 MacCleary! 460 00:19:08,504 --> 00:19:10,075 You guys are cops? 461 00:19:10,075 --> 00:19:12,075 Fooled you, didnt I? Turn around. 462 00:19:12,636 --> 00:19:13,735 Turn around! 463 00:19:13,735 --> 00:19:14,933 Yeah! 464 00:19:17,669 --> 00:19:19,240 Theres no more Big Noise. 465 00:19:19,240 --> 00:19:22,504 Naz arrested Krish who confirmed that Michel is the Prince. 466 00:19:22,504 --> 00:19:25,240 No, I cant hear you, I got low bars. 467 00:19:26,207 --> 00:19:28,108 Damn, this is a lot further than I thought. 468 00:19:28,108 --> 00:19:30,768 Okay, listen, I spoke to Naz, can you hear me? 469 00:19:30,768 --> 00:19:32,108 Hello? 470 00:19:33,108 --> 00:19:34,174 What are you doing? 471 00:19:34,174 --> 00:19:35,801 This is just off Kellys advice, 472 00:19:35,801 --> 00:19:37,471 Im leaning into the discomfort, its really helping me. 473 00:19:37,471 --> 00:19:38,966 Hello, I cant hear you. What did you say? 474 00:19:38,966 --> 00:19:40,999 Im just gonna turn that off. - No, honey, dont do that 475 00:19:40,999 --> 00:19:42,570 because its really helping me, so Im just gonna 476 00:19:42,570 --> 00:19:44,108 turn that back on. What? - How is it helping-- 477 00:19:44,108 --> 00:19:46,042 Wait, wait, wait. Sam, Sam, youre breaking up. 478 00:19:46,042 --> 00:19:47,999 Hello? What did you say? 479 00:19:47,999 --> 00:19:50,867 Listen, Kel, hey, could you just repeat that for me, please? 480 00:19:50,867 --> 00:19:52,537 Repeat that for me. 481 00:19:52,537 --> 00:19:55,603 The last time Michel was seen he fired the custodian 482 00:19:55,603 --> 00:19:57,570 and now Im trying to figure out what happened that night. 483 00:19:57,570 --> 00:19:59,141 Okay... No, no, no. 484 00:19:59,735 --> 00:20:01,273 Fired who? 485 00:20:01,273 --> 00:20:03,669 Kel, he fired who? Who did he fire? 486 00:20:03,669 --> 00:20:04,768 What?! 487 00:20:04,768 --> 00:20:06,768 Hello? - Hello! 488 00:20:07,669 --> 00:20:09,768 (sighing) 489 00:20:10,834 --> 00:20:12,075 Hi. 490 00:20:12,075 --> 00:20:13,735 You look really great today. 491 00:20:13,735 --> 00:20:16,603 Are you good? Im great. So when are you gonna go see Jackie? 492 00:20:16,603 --> 00:20:17,669 Im going right now. 493 00:20:17,669 --> 00:20:18,735 Perfect. Im gonna go with you. 494 00:20:18,735 --> 00:20:19,900 - No. - Yeah. 495 00:20:19,900 --> 00:20:21,570 - What do you mean? - Were just gonna 496 00:20:21,570 --> 00:20:23,273 have like a road trip-- - No, no, no. 497 00:20:23,273 --> 00:20:25,042 No road trip! - Its gonna be so much fun! 498 00:20:25,042 --> 00:20:27,174 Oh my God! Beep, beep! Thats the horn. 499 00:20:32,570 --> 00:20:35,174 (soft music) 500 00:20:40,669 --> 00:20:42,108 (sighs) 501 00:21:00,999 --> 00:21:04,669 Hi. Can I help you? - Hi. Yes. 502 00:21:04,669 --> 00:21:07,042 Im so sorry to disturb you. Im Detective Kelly Duff 503 00:21:07,042 --> 00:21:09,042 from the Greater Toronto Police Department. 504 00:21:09,042 --> 00:21:10,900 I was wondering if I can ask you a few questions 505 00:21:10,900 --> 00:21:12,042 about Michel Owens. 506 00:21:12,735 --> 00:21:13,933 Yeah. 507 00:21:14,867 --> 00:21:16,075 Sure. Yeah. 508 00:21:16,075 --> 00:21:18,603 You wanna come in? - Is that okay? 509 00:21:18,900 --> 00:21:20,735 - Yeah. - Thanks. 510 00:21:21,273 --> 00:21:22,867 Just leave that open, please. 511 00:21:22,867 --> 00:21:24,966 Oh. Okay. - Yeah. 512 00:21:25,570 --> 00:21:27,240 (ringing) 513 00:21:27,240 --> 00:21:29,669 Oh, my... my dad installed that when I was a kid. 514 00:21:29,669 --> 00:21:30,900 Because I used to sleepwalk. 515 00:21:30,900 --> 00:21:33,867 Yeah, here, um. - Ah, yeah, thanks. 516 00:21:35,768 --> 00:21:40,141 Im uh, just sorting through some bills here. 517 00:21:41,999 --> 00:21:44,999 Stressful on any given day, but its especially 518 00:21:44,999 --> 00:21:47,306 freaking me out a couple of days after randomly getting fired. 519 00:21:47,306 --> 00:21:49,702 (sighs) - Yeah, I heard about that. 520 00:21:49,702 --> 00:21:52,603 Yeah. Michel Owens. 521 00:21:52,768 --> 00:21:54,306 What do you want to know about him? 522 00:22:02,174 --> 00:22:03,900 Hey, Ill be right back. 523 00:22:06,042 --> 00:22:08,603 (mysterious music) 524 00:22:12,702 --> 00:22:14,603 (sighs) 525 00:22:18,570 --> 00:22:20,735 (line ringing) 526 00:22:20,735 --> 00:22:22,900 Hey, its Kelly Duff. Leave a message. 527 00:22:25,174 --> 00:22:27,141 (phone vibrating) 528 00:22:33,735 --> 00:22:35,636 (sighs) 529 00:22:38,240 --> 00:22:40,636 (indistinct chatter) 530 00:22:46,075 --> 00:22:47,669 (soft music) 531 00:22:48,933 --> 00:22:50,108 Well now. 532 00:22:52,570 --> 00:22:53,702 Hey now. 533 00:22:54,603 --> 00:22:55,900 Hi. 534 00:22:56,966 --> 00:22:58,075 Hi. 535 00:22:59,867 --> 00:23:01,207 It took you long enough. 536 00:23:01,999 --> 00:23:03,273 Yeah. 537 00:23:05,075 --> 00:23:06,702 Plus, I brought my mom. 538 00:23:08,735 --> 00:23:10,603 That would be really funny. 539 00:23:10,603 --> 00:23:13,570 Yeah. Um, except I did. 540 00:23:13,570 --> 00:23:14,834 Jackie! 541 00:23:15,207 --> 00:23:16,768 Hi! 542 00:23:17,570 --> 00:23:18,735 Oh my gosh! 543 00:23:18,735 --> 00:23:20,834 What are you doing here? I know. 544 00:23:20,834 --> 00:23:23,669 Studying! - Sorry about my mom. 545 00:23:23,669 --> 00:23:25,240 How are you? - Yeah. 546 00:23:25,240 --> 00:23:26,768 (chuckling) 547 00:23:27,801 --> 00:23:29,768 So Michel Owens fired you? 548 00:23:29,768 --> 00:23:31,240 Yeah, right in the middle of a meltdown. 549 00:23:31,240 --> 00:23:32,933 What was the meltdown about? 550 00:23:32,933 --> 00:23:35,306 Oh, that I shouldnt be there when hes working, 551 00:23:35,306 --> 00:23:37,570 but Im not cleaning enough. 552 00:23:37,570 --> 00:23:39,075 And he doesnt want anyone touching his stuff. 553 00:23:39,075 --> 00:23:40,900 Hes done it before to other staff, 554 00:23:40,900 --> 00:23:42,834 I just happened to be his target that day. 555 00:23:42,834 --> 00:23:45,306 Did you ever see anything strange going on in his lab? 556 00:23:45,999 --> 00:23:48,669 Im a custodian, Detective Duff, 557 00:23:48,669 --> 00:23:50,075 I see strange stuff all the time. 558 00:23:50,075 --> 00:23:52,273 - Right, right. - Im basically invisible. 559 00:23:52,273 --> 00:23:54,768 I mean, I heard youve been working there for a few years 560 00:23:54,768 --> 00:23:56,669 so it must have been hard to keep your head down 561 00:23:56,669 --> 00:23:59,108 and ignore it all. - Hard? Yeah, yeah, 562 00:23:59,108 --> 00:24:00,933 thats an understatement. 563 00:24:01,372 --> 00:24:03,702 - So-- - And like, he knows 564 00:24:03,702 --> 00:24:06,141 what my situation is, its... - Uh-huh. 565 00:24:06,339 --> 00:24:09,768 - Im so sorry. - No, no, no, please, 566 00:24:09,768 --> 00:24:13,834 go right ahead. Sometimes you just need to let it all out. 567 00:24:14,141 --> 00:24:15,339 Please. 568 00:24:17,273 --> 00:24:20,372 Okay. Yeah. He knows Im hanging onto my dads farm 569 00:24:20,372 --> 00:24:22,966 by a thread and I need every cent I can make, 570 00:24:22,966 --> 00:24:24,372 but he doesnt care. 571 00:24:24,372 --> 00:24:26,339 Doesnt matter. Doesnt matter to him. 572 00:24:26,966 --> 00:24:29,372 And he, you know, inevitably... 573 00:24:30,042 --> 00:24:32,339 they forget about the little guy, like my dad. 574 00:24:32,339 --> 00:24:35,108 My dad was so brilliant, he was so brilliant. 575 00:24:35,108 --> 00:24:36,867 He was always racing into the future 576 00:24:36,867 --> 00:24:38,801 and he was making these plans. 577 00:24:38,801 --> 00:24:41,735 But he had ADHD and he was super scattered 578 00:24:41,735 --> 00:24:44,735 and he went to the doctor about it and he tried to get testing, 579 00:24:44,735 --> 00:24:48,240 but they couldnt diagnose him because testing wasnt covered for adults. 580 00:24:48,240 --> 00:24:51,306 So he just self-medicated with booze, 581 00:24:51,306 --> 00:24:54,306 and then he died driving drunk a year ago. 582 00:24:54,306 --> 00:24:59,273 And I see how all of these stuck-up Guelph Tech students 583 00:24:59,273 --> 00:25:02,108 look at me while Im mopping the floor. 584 00:25:02,108 --> 00:25:04,075 And they judge me. 585 00:25:05,867 --> 00:25:07,141 But they dont know me. 586 00:25:08,801 --> 00:25:10,207 Nobody does. 587 00:25:11,801 --> 00:25:15,372 Im... sorry. Im sorry, sometimes I just get 588 00:25:15,372 --> 00:25:17,207 a little bit carried away. 589 00:25:17,207 --> 00:25:18,735 Oh, no, no, no, youre good, youre good. 590 00:25:18,735 --> 00:25:20,141 I said, "Let it all out." 591 00:25:20,141 --> 00:25:21,603 Um... 592 00:25:21,867 --> 00:25:23,933 Hey, do you mind if I use your restroom? 593 00:25:23,933 --> 00:25:26,273 Mm-hmm. Yeah. Its just down the hall. 594 00:25:26,273 --> 00:25:28,108 Thanks. 595 00:25:35,867 --> 00:25:38,108 (mysterious music) 596 00:26:01,900 --> 00:26:03,273 (sighs) 597 00:26:03,273 --> 00:26:04,867 (ringing) 598 00:26:08,141 --> 00:26:09,702 (ringing) 599 00:26:15,636 --> 00:26:17,933 Tuesday, what are you doing? - Im not dumb, alright? 600 00:26:17,933 --> 00:26:19,405 I know when someones being fake with me. 601 00:26:19,405 --> 00:26:21,141 - No! - Im done with all this, okay? 602 00:26:21,141 --> 00:26:23,207 No, no, no, Tuesday! Come back here! 603 00:26:23,207 --> 00:26:24,372 Tuesday! 604 00:26:28,042 --> 00:26:30,405 Oh, sh... Come on! 605 00:26:30,405 --> 00:26:31,966 Ugh! 606 00:26:32,141 --> 00:26:33,273 (grunting) 607 00:26:44,108 --> 00:26:45,240 Come on, come on! 608 00:26:47,768 --> 00:26:49,273 (breathing heavily) 609 00:26:49,273 --> 00:26:50,834 Ugh! 610 00:26:54,999 --> 00:26:57,306 Ugh, come on. Come on, come on. 611 00:26:57,306 --> 00:26:59,141 (groaning) 612 00:26:59,900 --> 00:27:02,108 (panting) 613 00:27:02,108 --> 00:27:04,273 Crown attorneys have a no-tolerance policy 614 00:27:04,273 --> 00:27:06,768 for drug dealers who sell a synthetic cathinone 615 00:27:06,768 --> 00:27:07,999 made from legal ingredients 616 00:27:07,999 --> 00:27:10,108 and think theyre too smart for the system. 617 00:27:10,108 --> 00:27:12,174 And overdose numbers are high, so. 618 00:27:12,174 --> 00:27:15,768 Judges do like nice, educated boys with no previous charges. 619 00:27:15,768 --> 00:27:18,438 Not when some of those overdoses have resulted in death. 620 00:27:18,438 --> 00:27:21,174 And your clients the only one selling this product on the market. 621 00:27:23,933 --> 00:27:27,075 Well just have to see what the gangs on the inside 622 00:27:27,075 --> 00:27:28,405 think of that. 623 00:27:29,042 --> 00:27:30,141 Fine. 624 00:27:30,801 --> 00:27:33,405 Well deal. Go ahead, Krish. 625 00:27:33,405 --> 00:27:35,141 Tell them what you know. 626 00:27:35,438 --> 00:27:38,933 I first heard about Purple Rain at a house party in Guelph. 627 00:27:38,933 --> 00:27:41,438 I know that students were using it to micro-dose, 628 00:27:41,438 --> 00:27:43,306 to help them with school, but if they snorted it, 629 00:27:43,306 --> 00:27:45,438 its a pretty cool psychedelic. 630 00:27:45,438 --> 00:27:48,801 Got a message from the manufacturer, the Prince, 631 00:27:48,801 --> 00:27:50,867 and they asked me if I wanted to get into business with them. 632 00:27:50,867 --> 00:27:51,867 (knocking) 633 00:27:51,867 --> 00:27:53,141 Come. 634 00:27:53,141 --> 00:27:56,834 Sorry for interrupting, but weve got Michel Owens in custody. 635 00:27:56,834 --> 00:27:59,933 Arrested him at the Island Airport about to fly to Muskoka. 636 00:27:59,933 --> 00:28:01,339 Hes in holding. 637 00:28:02,504 --> 00:28:05,306 This is ridiculous. You have no reason to be holding me. 638 00:28:05,306 --> 00:28:07,273 I told you Ive done nothing wrong! 639 00:28:07,834 --> 00:28:09,306 Detective Sergeant Nathan Greene. 640 00:28:09,306 --> 00:28:10,834 Detective Taai Nazeer. 641 00:28:10,834 --> 00:28:13,933 And you are Dr. Michel Owens, currently employed 642 00:28:13,933 --> 00:28:16,042 as chemistry lab manager at Guelph Tech. 643 00:28:16,042 --> 00:28:18,207 I dont know, you tell me. - Youve been identified 644 00:28:18,207 --> 00:28:20,702 as the maker of Purple Rain. - What? 645 00:28:20,702 --> 00:28:22,471 Are you talking about my Prince cover band? 646 00:28:22,471 --> 00:28:25,966 Cause that was ten years ago and we were bad, 647 00:28:25,966 --> 00:28:28,801 but its certainly not illegal. - Im talking about Purple Rain 648 00:28:28,801 --> 00:28:30,834 the synthetic drug that youve been manufacturing 649 00:28:30,834 --> 00:28:32,339 and selling out of your workplace. 650 00:28:32,339 --> 00:28:35,339 Im not making drugs, Im not selling drugs. 651 00:28:35,966 --> 00:28:39,471 Am I good at my job? No, I have little to no patience, 652 00:28:39,471 --> 00:28:41,438 but I am not making drugs. 653 00:28:42,339 --> 00:28:44,735 Have you talked to Tuesday? - Whos Tuesday? 654 00:28:44,735 --> 00:28:47,240 The janitor I just had fired after I caught them 655 00:28:47,240 --> 00:28:48,933 after hours working late 656 00:28:48,933 --> 00:28:50,900 cooking shit up in my lab and lying about it. 657 00:28:50,900 --> 00:28:52,306 (soft music) 658 00:28:53,801 --> 00:28:57,174 Kelly, its confirmed, Michel is not the Prince. 659 00:28:57,372 --> 00:28:59,075 Where are you? 660 00:28:59,075 --> 00:29:01,372 The second that you get a signal, you have to call me. 661 00:29:10,207 --> 00:29:11,801 Hey. 662 00:29:11,801 --> 00:29:13,801 So, Elliot tells me that you really turned things around. 663 00:29:13,801 --> 00:29:15,075 Youre halfway through your first year. 664 00:29:15,075 --> 00:29:17,207 Mom. Are you okay? 665 00:29:17,207 --> 00:29:19,768 How did you straighten out your study habits, just discipline? 666 00:29:19,768 --> 00:29:21,438 Yeah, just discipline. 667 00:29:22,240 --> 00:29:25,339 Have you heard of a new drug? Its called Purple Rain, 668 00:29:25,339 --> 00:29:26,933 its really popular at schools right now. 669 00:29:26,933 --> 00:29:29,174 Oh my God. Mom. Are you kidding me? 670 00:29:29,900 --> 00:29:33,042 Didnt we talk about this? Shes not involved in it, okay? 671 00:29:33,042 --> 00:29:34,768 I dont know why thats so hard to believe. 672 00:29:34,768 --> 00:29:35,867 Right? 673 00:29:36,207 --> 00:29:37,900 I do Purple Rain. 674 00:29:38,207 --> 00:29:41,075 Ive been micro-dosing it, but its been good. 675 00:29:41,075 --> 00:29:42,834 Its been really good, actually. 676 00:29:42,834 --> 00:29:44,933 Like, Ive never really been able to focus before, 677 00:29:44,933 --> 00:29:46,801 but I can finally apply myself and actually-- 678 00:29:46,801 --> 00:29:49,240 Yeah, I need you to tell me where you got it from right now. 679 00:29:49,240 --> 00:29:50,504 Why would I do that? 680 00:29:50,504 --> 00:29:52,834 Because Naz confirmed that someones posing 681 00:29:52,834 --> 00:29:54,504 as a lab manager. Because I cant find Kelly 682 00:29:54,504 --> 00:29:56,042 and I think shes in real trouble. 683 00:29:56,042 --> 00:29:57,735 Because your micro-dosing might help you ace a test, 684 00:29:57,735 --> 00:29:59,108 but its killing kids who snort it. 685 00:29:59,108 --> 00:30:00,834 Because Elliot knows you, he says youre a good person 686 00:30:00,834 --> 00:30:02,273 and I trust him. 687 00:30:07,207 --> 00:30:10,999 Theres a custodian on campus named Tuesday who makes it. 688 00:30:12,141 --> 00:30:14,405 I have a friend named Raya who knows where they live. 689 00:30:15,273 --> 00:30:17,207 Youre gonna call Raya and get an address. 690 00:30:17,471 --> 00:30:19,042 And youre gonna drive me there right now. 691 00:30:19,042 --> 00:30:20,438 Yup. 692 00:30:26,504 --> 00:30:28,273 (soft music) 693 00:30:36,768 --> 00:30:38,108 (brakes squeaking) 694 00:30:51,240 --> 00:30:52,372 Kelly! 695 00:30:52,372 --> 00:30:54,240 (banging on door) 696 00:30:54,240 --> 00:30:55,900 Kelly! 697 00:30:55,900 --> 00:30:57,768 Its okay, were gonna get you out of there. 698 00:30:57,768 --> 00:30:59,240 (mumbling) 699 00:30:59,999 --> 00:31:02,405 Do you smell that? Its gas. 700 00:31:09,141 --> 00:31:11,207 (banging on door) Kel! Can we get in there? 701 00:31:12,174 --> 00:31:13,867 I mean, theres bars on the window. 702 00:31:14,768 --> 00:31:16,207 Kelly! 703 00:31:16,867 --> 00:31:18,339 Kelly! 704 00:31:20,075 --> 00:31:22,174 Oh my God, this place is a fire hazard. 705 00:31:22,999 --> 00:31:26,405 - Kel! - Hey. Hey. 706 00:31:26,405 --> 00:31:28,471 If were smelling gas and Kellys passing out, 707 00:31:28,471 --> 00:31:30,537 that means theres enough gas in the air for any amount 708 00:31:30,537 --> 00:31:32,537 of electrical current to make this place explode. 709 00:31:33,504 --> 00:31:36,042 Im studying chemistry right now, Im doing chemical bonds. 710 00:31:36,042 --> 00:31:37,075 Hey! 711 00:31:37,075 --> 00:31:38,768 Hey, Kel, can you hear me? 712 00:31:38,768 --> 00:31:42,372 Listen. Dont turn any switches on or off, okay? 713 00:31:42,372 --> 00:31:43,999 You cant trigger the electrical current. 714 00:31:43,999 --> 00:31:47,372 Theres a motion sensor light wired into the ceiling. 715 00:31:47,372 --> 00:31:51,240 Oh my God. Oh my God! Okay! Thats okay! 716 00:31:51,240 --> 00:31:52,537 Okay, dont panic! 717 00:31:52,537 --> 00:31:54,966 Nobody panic! Its okay! Dont panic! 718 00:31:54,966 --> 00:31:56,273 Stay there, well get you out! 719 00:32:00,207 --> 00:32:01,339 (grunting) 720 00:32:01,339 --> 00:32:02,339 Get back! 721 00:32:02,339 --> 00:32:04,174 Step back, step back, step back. 722 00:32:07,867 --> 00:32:09,438 Hey, hey, hey. 723 00:32:13,900 --> 00:32:15,207 Ah! 724 00:32:21,801 --> 00:32:22,933 Ooh. 725 00:32:25,471 --> 00:32:26,933 (coughing) - Oh. 726 00:32:29,207 --> 00:32:30,339 Okay. 727 00:32:30,339 --> 00:32:32,042 I see it. 728 00:32:34,240 --> 00:32:36,108 She can crawl out. - No, she cant. 729 00:32:36,108 --> 00:32:37,900 Shell trigger the sensor, this whole place will blow up. 730 00:32:37,900 --> 00:32:40,141 I think we should wait for the fire department 731 00:32:40,141 --> 00:32:41,999 or Enbright or something. - When is that happening? 732 00:32:41,999 --> 00:32:43,273 Is your phone working? 733 00:32:43,273 --> 00:32:45,042 Because mines not. 734 00:32:46,999 --> 00:32:48,867 Do you remember the motion sensor that was in our driveway 735 00:32:48,867 --> 00:32:50,273 outside your window? - Yeah. 736 00:32:50,273 --> 00:32:52,306 When I used to sneak in and out of the house, 737 00:32:52,306 --> 00:32:55,075 I would crawl on stomach to avoid setting it off and waking you up. 738 00:32:55,075 --> 00:32:56,438 And it worked. 739 00:32:57,570 --> 00:32:59,966 I mean, that sensor looks like its pointed outwards, 740 00:32:59,966 --> 00:33:01,570 not down. 741 00:33:01,570 --> 00:33:03,207 So if she can crawl out, 742 00:33:03,207 --> 00:33:05,372 we can get her out without triggering it. Trust me! 743 00:33:05,372 --> 00:33:07,867 I love that youre saying "trust me" after you admitted all of that. 744 00:33:07,867 --> 00:33:09,306 (exclaiming) Okay. 745 00:33:09,306 --> 00:33:11,075 Kel. 746 00:33:11,075 --> 00:33:13,207 I need you to crawl towards us, okay? 747 00:33:13,207 --> 00:33:14,834 (soft grunt) 748 00:33:15,570 --> 00:33:19,570 Come on, Kelly. You can do it. 749 00:33:20,900 --> 00:33:22,141 Okay, she cant. 750 00:33:23,042 --> 00:33:24,999 Im gonna go in after her. 751 00:33:25,471 --> 00:33:26,801 Careful! - Yeah. 752 00:33:41,504 --> 00:33:43,537 Alright, get behind me. 753 00:33:45,273 --> 00:33:46,471 Listen to me. 754 00:33:48,405 --> 00:33:50,339 Youre gonna pull us out, okay, Elliot? 755 00:33:50,933 --> 00:33:52,438 Youre gonna pull us out. 756 00:33:54,999 --> 00:33:57,141 Give me slack, give me slack, give me slack. 757 00:34:00,966 --> 00:34:02,867 Watch your elbows. Elbows! 758 00:34:03,900 --> 00:34:05,174 Get lower! 759 00:34:06,900 --> 00:34:08,339 Feet! 760 00:34:10,075 --> 00:34:11,570 Okay, Im with you. 761 00:34:12,372 --> 00:34:14,339 Its okay. Its okay. 762 00:34:16,207 --> 00:34:19,966 Okay, here we go. Okay. Okay, Elliot, pull. 763 00:34:19,966 --> 00:34:21,207 Come on. 764 00:34:21,207 --> 00:34:23,372 Hold on, not so fast, hold on. Hold on. 765 00:34:23,372 --> 00:34:25,339 Come on. You can do it, Kel. 766 00:34:25,339 --> 00:34:26,867 Come on, pull, pull, pull, Elliot. 767 00:34:26,867 --> 00:34:28,075 Pull, pull, pull. Grab her hands! 768 00:34:28,075 --> 00:34:29,405 Come on, come on! 769 00:34:29,405 --> 00:34:30,867 Grab her hands! 770 00:34:30,867 --> 00:34:32,405 (grunting) Grab her hands! 771 00:34:32,405 --> 00:34:33,933 Go, go, go. 772 00:34:33,933 --> 00:34:35,306 (grunting) 773 00:34:35,933 --> 00:34:37,504 (panting) 774 00:34:41,108 --> 00:34:42,339 Are you okay? 775 00:34:42,339 --> 00:34:44,207 - Watch it! - Are you okay? 776 00:34:44,207 --> 00:34:47,372 Here, here... come on. - Alright, just breathe. 777 00:34:47,372 --> 00:34:49,372 (panting) 778 00:34:55,372 --> 00:34:57,075 Youre good, youre good, youre good. 779 00:35:00,537 --> 00:35:02,570 (rhythmic music) 780 00:35:26,537 --> 00:35:28,306 (grunting) 781 00:35:31,042 --> 00:35:33,966 You okay? Is everybody okay? - Jackie, Jackie, run. 782 00:35:33,966 --> 00:35:35,933 Get a signal, call for help. - Okay. 783 00:35:37,108 --> 00:35:38,537 You okay? 784 00:35:49,174 --> 00:35:51,636 Tuesday. Yo! 785 00:35:51,636 --> 00:35:53,273 Tuesday! 786 00:35:53,273 --> 00:35:55,471 It doesnt matter how much you promise them. 787 00:35:55,900 --> 00:35:57,999 Yes, I know theyre scary, 788 00:35:57,999 --> 00:36:00,966 but I can only carry as much as I can carry, 789 00:36:00,966 --> 00:36:04,240 and that cop is here and theres been some kind of an explosion 790 00:36:04,240 --> 00:36:06,636 and I gotta go right now, okay? 791 00:36:06,636 --> 00:36:08,438 Tuesday! What are you doing? 792 00:36:09,108 --> 00:36:10,603 No, no, get out of my way. 793 00:36:11,306 --> 00:36:12,867 Tuesday. 794 00:36:12,867 --> 00:36:14,075 Stop. 795 00:36:14,999 --> 00:36:16,273 No. 796 00:36:18,240 --> 00:36:19,933 (grunting) 797 00:36:22,603 --> 00:36:24,900 Oh, gosh, whew! 798 00:36:24,900 --> 00:36:26,570 That was a lot, maybe a bit too much. 799 00:36:26,570 --> 00:36:28,603 Are you okay? I think Im doing okay, what was I saying? 800 00:36:28,603 --> 00:36:31,306 I was saying, uh... Right, yeah. You are under arrest. 801 00:36:31,306 --> 00:36:32,471 Okay. Lets go. 802 00:36:38,438 --> 00:36:41,042 (mysterious music) 803 00:36:49,372 --> 00:36:51,339 What are you looking for? - Huh? 804 00:36:51,339 --> 00:36:53,537 What? - What are you looking for? 805 00:36:55,306 --> 00:36:57,570 Im looking for Purple Rain 806 00:36:57,570 --> 00:36:59,306 because if they arrest Tuesday 807 00:36:59,306 --> 00:37:01,339 theres not gonna be anymore and I need to get through finals 808 00:37:01,339 --> 00:37:03,273 and I need to get a scholarship for next year 809 00:37:03,273 --> 00:37:05,273 and I just need a little bit. - You dont need that 810 00:37:05,273 --> 00:37:06,669 to get through finals! - I do. 811 00:37:06,669 --> 00:37:08,636 I do need it. - Why dont... 812 00:37:09,075 --> 00:37:10,438 If youre having problems concentrating, 813 00:37:10,438 --> 00:37:11,966 theres plenty of other stuff you can do. 814 00:37:13,042 --> 00:37:15,240 Seriously, Jackie, you are already brilliant, 815 00:37:15,240 --> 00:37:17,174 you dont need that stuff. 816 00:37:26,108 --> 00:37:30,372 Alright, Tuesday. I need you to talk to me right now. 817 00:37:31,042 --> 00:37:33,108 Did Krish put you up to all this? 818 00:37:37,273 --> 00:37:40,174 I didnt make Purple Rain with the intention of dealing. 819 00:37:41,405 --> 00:37:44,933 I just started reading about ADHD and ways to focus. 820 00:37:45,174 --> 00:37:48,108 And then, I started playing with chemicals in the lab after hours. 821 00:37:50,405 --> 00:37:53,438 Im like my old man, you know? 822 00:37:53,438 --> 00:37:56,042 Im pretty sure I have ADHD too 823 00:37:56,042 --> 00:37:57,636 and I was just trying to help people. 824 00:37:57,636 --> 00:37:59,273 Yeah. 825 00:38:00,207 --> 00:38:01,636 Were you trying to help the people who overdosed 826 00:38:01,636 --> 00:38:03,240 and died? 827 00:38:03,669 --> 00:38:05,141 Hmm? 828 00:38:06,108 --> 00:38:08,141 Were you trying to help them too? 829 00:38:16,207 --> 00:38:17,438 Come on. 830 00:38:25,405 --> 00:38:26,966 (sighs) 831 00:38:38,471 --> 00:38:40,339 Wow. 832 00:38:47,075 --> 00:38:49,207 (indistinct chatter) 833 00:38:56,966 --> 00:38:58,933 Kelly, there you are. 834 00:38:59,306 --> 00:39:01,306 Boy, what a rigmarole, huh? 835 00:39:01,306 --> 00:39:03,603 I finally got in touch with Watts, he brought up 836 00:39:03,603 --> 00:39:05,405 some eye drops and this patch. 837 00:39:05,405 --> 00:39:06,570 Saved the day, he did. 838 00:39:06,570 --> 00:39:09,042 Oh he did, did he? Thank God for Watts. 839 00:39:09,042 --> 00:39:10,405 Uh-huh. 840 00:39:11,570 --> 00:39:13,570 Thank you, officer. 841 00:39:14,702 --> 00:39:18,207 Now I hope youre a fan of Anne Murray. 842 00:39:18,207 --> 00:39:21,174 But if not, doesnt change anything. 843 00:39:21,174 --> 00:39:23,273 Im not really in the business of letting 844 00:39:23,273 --> 00:39:25,933 arrested drug dealers choose my playlist. 845 00:39:26,504 --> 00:39:29,075 But I will warn you, I love to sing along. 846 00:39:29,075 --> 00:39:30,636 Do you know any lyrics to Anne Murray songs? 847 00:39:30,636 --> 00:39:34,438 - No, I have no idea... - Oh, well, first timer, 848 00:39:34,438 --> 00:39:36,405 youre in for a treat. We got Snowbird... 849 00:39:36,405 --> 00:39:38,207 (indistinct chatter) 850 00:39:38,207 --> 00:39:41,438 Oh, geez, wait, I cant drive, I have a concussion. 851 00:39:41,966 --> 00:39:44,339 Well I cant either, I just almost died of propane inhalation. 852 00:39:44,339 --> 00:39:45,438 Oh, right. 853 00:39:45,438 --> 00:39:47,537 I just smoked a bunch of weed, so. 854 00:39:47,537 --> 00:39:49,438 Same. 855 00:39:49,438 --> 00:39:51,141 You wanna just go back to my residence? 856 00:39:51,141 --> 00:39:52,966 Yeah. (clears throat) 857 00:39:52,966 --> 00:39:55,570 - Okay, see ya. - Call you tomorrow. 858 00:39:55,570 --> 00:39:57,141 It was a treat. 859 00:39:58,141 --> 00:40:00,273 Sadly, I also cannot drive. 860 00:40:00,273 --> 00:40:02,372 Im still blind in one eye. - Oh God, put it down. 861 00:40:11,141 --> 00:40:12,702 Sam, you home? 862 00:40:14,405 --> 00:40:17,306 Ro! Hows it going? - Hi. 863 00:40:17,603 --> 00:40:20,306 I was trying to find this recipe that I sent Sam, 864 00:40:20,306 --> 00:40:22,240 I was gonna make it for her as a surprise. 865 00:40:22,240 --> 00:40:25,603 - Oh, is she sleeping? - No. No, shes not home. 866 00:40:25,603 --> 00:40:27,702 I tried to get her to stay in bed, but I think 867 00:40:27,702 --> 00:40:29,273 that Kelly was pressuring her to go to work. 868 00:40:29,273 --> 00:40:30,306 (sighing) 869 00:40:30,306 --> 00:40:32,207 I wasnt expecting you to be home 870 00:40:32,207 --> 00:40:35,372 so I just let myself in again, but if you dont need me to cook 871 00:40:35,372 --> 00:40:38,207 I should probably go because I have a ton of work to do. 872 00:40:38,207 --> 00:40:40,504 You go. Ill order pizza. Sam eats so much pizza 873 00:40:40,504 --> 00:40:42,966 it puts her in a coma. Shell be in bed for a week. 874 00:40:42,966 --> 00:40:44,471 (laughing) - Oh, I know. 875 00:40:49,438 --> 00:40:50,570 (door closing) 876 00:41:01,240 --> 00:41:04,273 Huh. Interesting. 877 00:41:07,141 --> 00:41:09,240 (indistinct chatter) 878 00:41:09,735 --> 00:41:12,669 Thank you for saving my life. Again. 879 00:41:13,603 --> 00:41:16,108 Man, I can rely on you for everything. 880 00:41:20,141 --> 00:41:21,438 Not everything. 881 00:41:24,372 --> 00:41:27,042 I heard what happened the night of the roller rink. 882 00:41:28,108 --> 00:41:30,075 Those two uniformed cops. 883 00:41:33,372 --> 00:41:35,075 Thats horrible. 884 00:41:36,240 --> 00:41:39,108 I cant imagine. And I know that I cant imagine. 885 00:41:39,108 --> 00:41:42,108 And I completely understand why you didnt want to talk to me about it. 886 00:41:42,108 --> 00:41:45,042 Well, it was hard to talk about, Sam. 887 00:41:45,768 --> 00:41:47,636 Its just a reality Ill never have to endure 888 00:41:47,636 --> 00:41:49,537 whereas like Shanks and Nathan, they would 889 00:41:49,537 --> 00:41:51,372 understand more easily. - Yeah, well... 890 00:41:52,405 --> 00:41:55,108 Even Shanks had to pull it out of me this morning. 891 00:41:55,537 --> 00:41:58,702 You know, its less words for Nathan and Shanks 892 00:41:58,702 --> 00:42:00,834 to understand what Im feeling, but it doesnt mean 893 00:42:00,834 --> 00:42:02,438 that I cant talk to you too. 894 00:42:04,405 --> 00:42:08,570 And best friends dont need to be everything all the time, right? 895 00:42:09,240 --> 00:42:13,339 Like, you might not always be my first stop 896 00:42:13,339 --> 00:42:16,339 when Im dealing with a racist asshole. 897 00:42:16,339 --> 00:42:18,372 And I may not be your first stop when you need someone 898 00:42:18,372 --> 00:42:20,372 to buy you groceries and make you lunch 899 00:42:20,372 --> 00:42:22,636 and be all hovery-dovery and worried about you 900 00:42:22,636 --> 00:42:25,372 because you bumped your little head, you lean on Ro for that one. 901 00:42:25,372 --> 00:42:26,999 I dont know, I remember you being like, 902 00:42:26,999 --> 00:42:28,768 "Oh, would you like collard greens? I love you so much, 903 00:42:28,768 --> 00:42:31,471 youre my favourite person. How about some ribs, please? I love you, 904 00:42:31,471 --> 00:42:33,570 I want to hold you." - I did not say "I love you, 905 00:42:33,570 --> 00:42:35,306 I want to hold you," I was bluffing, 906 00:42:35,306 --> 00:42:37,504 she was trying to show me up. Besides, you gotta be hella sick 907 00:42:37,504 --> 00:42:39,372 for me to be up in the kitchen 908 00:42:39,372 --> 00:42:41,207 all day acting like Im your bitch. 909 00:42:41,207 --> 00:42:43,075 Yeah, I guess well just leave that to Ro. 910 00:42:43,075 --> 00:42:44,207 Yeah. 911 00:42:45,471 --> 00:42:46,636 Tough day. 912 00:42:47,570 --> 00:42:50,537 I had a thought, it goes a bit like this. 913 00:42:50,537 --> 00:42:53,735 I go to your house, you get out the ribs, 914 00:42:53,735 --> 00:42:56,273 get out some collard greens, Ill sit back in the couch, 915 00:42:56,273 --> 00:42:58,240 you just whip that up for me. What do you think? 916 00:43:00,207 --> 00:43:01,636 Keep dreaming. 917 00:43:03,273 --> 00:43:05,570 (soft music) 918 00:43:35,240 --> 00:43:36,504 Subtitling: difuze 919 00:43:36,554 --> 00:43:41,104 Repair and Synchronization by Easy Subtitles Synchronizer 1.0.0.0 67250

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