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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:00,075 --> 00:00:02,207 After we received your sample, 2 00:00:02,207 --> 00:00:03,537 our lab conducted an in-depth analysis of the drug 3 00:00:03,537 --> 00:00:04,636 that you’re calling "Purple Rain." 4 00:00:04,636 --> 00:00:06,768 So we’re likely looking for someone 5 00:00:06,768 --> 00:00:08,669 with specialized chemistry knowledge. 6 00:00:08,669 --> 00:00:10,636 I imagine at the very least they have a Master’s degree, 7 00:00:10,636 --> 00:00:12,471 but probably a PhD. 8 00:00:14,636 --> 00:00:18,339 He’s got a PhD in chemistry, has access to the lab. 9 00:00:18,339 --> 00:00:19,372 Guelph Tech. 10 00:00:19,372 --> 00:00:20,570 Okay, here’s what I’m thinking. 11 00:00:20,570 --> 00:00:22,273 We take a road trip out to Guelph, 12 00:00:22,273 --> 00:00:23,405 bump the guy, see what we find. 13 00:00:23,405 --> 00:00:24,801 Yeah, I’m looking for Michel Owens, 14 00:00:24,801 --> 00:00:26,702 the lab manager for the Chemistry Department? 15 00:00:26,702 --> 00:00:29,504 The last time he signed into the lab was two nights ago at midnight. 16 00:00:29,504 --> 00:00:32,570 I’m not making drugs. I’m not selling drugs. 17 00:00:33,603 --> 00:00:35,768 Have you talked to Tuesday? - Who’s Tuesday? 18 00:00:35,768 --> 00:00:38,240 The janitor I just had fired after I caught them 19 00:00:38,240 --> 00:00:40,603 after hours working late cooking shit up in my lab 20 00:00:42,339 --> 00:00:46,603 I didn’t make Purple Rain with the intention of dealing. 21 00:00:46,603 --> 00:00:48,801 I was just trying to help people. 22 00:00:48,801 --> 00:00:51,471 Were you trying to help the people who overdosed and died? 23 00:00:51,471 --> 00:00:55,174 Selfish. That’s what my mother told me every night of my life. 24 00:00:55,174 --> 00:00:58,603 Well, the nights that she was there, which was barely ever. 25 00:00:58,603 --> 00:01:01,702 - Jenn can be a bit possessive. - She doesn’t want to meet me? 26 00:01:01,702 --> 00:01:03,108 She... 27 00:01:04,636 --> 00:01:06,207 ...doesn’t want to meet you. I’m sorry. 28 00:01:09,636 --> 00:01:11,306 Sam, you’re home? 29 00:01:12,636 --> 00:01:14,141 Ro! 30 00:01:21,339 --> 00:01:24,174 Keep your eye on the GPS, I need to turn around at 2.5, 31 00:01:24,174 --> 00:01:26,207 I cannot be late for work today. - Me neither. 32 00:01:26,207 --> 00:01:28,207 Rumour is Goldstein is retiring next month, 33 00:01:28,207 --> 00:01:29,834 means they’ll be looking for a new partner. 34 00:01:29,834 --> 00:01:31,834 This time, I’m not gonna let it get away. 35 00:01:31,834 --> 00:01:33,834 Nice. Yes! (chuckling) 36 00:01:34,570 --> 00:01:36,801 I was sensitivity-trained twice a week, check. 37 00:01:36,801 --> 00:01:38,702 Gone to every conference, check. 38 00:01:38,702 --> 00:01:40,669 Taken every file they’ve offered, check. 39 00:01:40,669 --> 00:01:43,339 Been mentoring this hot, young junior, check. 40 00:01:43,339 --> 00:01:45,834 - Uh... - Okay, 2.5, let’s turn around. 41 00:01:46,636 --> 00:01:48,801 Okay, so who’s this hot young junior? 42 00:01:48,801 --> 00:01:50,537 Jay Burden, new hire. 43 00:01:50,537 --> 00:01:52,801 Clerked at the supreme court, "whatevs". 44 00:01:52,801 --> 00:01:55,504 - Smart or entitled? - She’s pretty smart, actually. 45 00:01:55,504 --> 00:01:58,207 Oh, right. Cool. Jay’s a she, that’s nice. 46 00:01:58,207 --> 00:01:59,603 Yeah, she is. 47 00:02:02,636 --> 00:02:05,834 How excellent of you to spend your time mentoring 48 00:02:05,834 --> 00:02:07,702 a young, female, hot junior lawyer. 49 00:02:07,702 --> 00:02:09,603 Please don’t be weird-- - Don’t you be weird. 50 00:02:09,603 --> 00:02:12,339 (sighs) - She’s a very talented lawyer. 51 00:02:12,339 --> 00:02:13,867 She’s a colleague rising through the ranks. 52 00:02:13,867 --> 00:02:15,174 I’ve taken her under my wing. 53 00:02:15,174 --> 00:02:16,537 Oh, the old proverbial wing snuggle. 54 00:02:16,537 --> 00:02:18,273 - Sam. - What? 55 00:02:18,768 --> 00:02:21,570 Are you serious here? I thought we were past all this, 56 00:02:21,570 --> 00:02:23,537 but if we’re not, I will cease and desist all mentoring. 57 00:02:23,537 --> 00:02:25,141 Oh, listen, stop. You do you, make partner 58 00:02:26,504 --> 00:02:29,174 Listen, I don’t have time for petty jealousies. 59 00:02:29,174 --> 00:02:30,570 I’m gonna be late for work. 60 00:02:31,471 --> 00:02:33,438 Move it, slowpoke. - Ow. 61 00:02:34,339 --> 00:02:35,735 (upbeat music) 62 00:02:38,438 --> 00:02:39,900 Come on, slowpoke. 63 00:02:39,900 --> 00:02:41,570 Okay, okay. I’m coming, I’m coming. 64 00:02:41,570 --> 00:02:43,471 We should have been there an hour ago. 65 00:02:43,471 --> 00:02:45,735 What is taking you so long? - Well, what’s the rush? 66 00:02:45,735 --> 00:02:48,570 I’m eager to get there. - Okay. 67 00:02:48,570 --> 00:02:51,207 Oh, you’re still home... - Adriana. 68 00:02:51,207 --> 00:02:53,438 - Hey. - What are you doing here? 69 00:02:53,438 --> 00:02:55,669 Oh, my internet’s down. I’ve got a few big Zoom meetings, 70 00:02:55,669 --> 00:02:57,339 so I was hoping I could hunker down 71 00:02:57,339 --> 00:02:58,570 while you guys are at work. 72 00:02:58,570 --> 00:02:59,801 Mm-hmm. - Oh. 73 00:02:59,801 --> 00:03:01,669 And I am okay with that. Here’s a key. 74 00:03:01,669 --> 00:03:03,240 - Thank you. - Nice to see you. 75 00:03:03,240 --> 00:03:05,306 I am too, but I feel bad, 76 00:03:05,306 --> 00:03:06,768 I’m going to work and you’re just getting here. 77 00:03:06,768 --> 00:03:08,306 We can hang out later. 78 00:03:08,768 --> 00:03:11,867 (groaning) - Okay. 79 00:03:13,900 --> 00:03:16,174 And bring my niece next time. 80 00:03:16,438 --> 00:03:18,240 Bye, you two. 81 00:03:22,570 --> 00:03:24,471 So, do you really think we got all the Purple Rain 82 00:03:24,471 --> 00:03:26,339 off the street? - I don’t know about that. 83 00:03:26,339 --> 00:03:28,405 I mean, Tuesday seemed to be the only one making it. 84 00:03:28,405 --> 00:03:30,636 And if they’re off the street, my feeling... 85 00:03:30,636 --> 00:03:34,537 Purple Rain will dry up pretty soon. 86 00:03:34,537 --> 00:03:36,207 Wow, right? Oh my gosh. 87 00:03:36,207 --> 00:03:37,570 That deserves a really big pat on the back. 88 00:03:37,570 --> 00:03:38,768 Turn around, there we go. - Thank you. 89 00:03:38,768 --> 00:03:40,273 Bang, bang, bang. - Turn around. 90 00:03:40,273 --> 00:03:41,405 - Yeah? - Yeah. 91 00:03:41,405 --> 00:03:42,801 Oh, a bit of a takedown party maybe. 92 00:03:42,801 --> 00:03:44,504 I don’t mean to brag, but I can bench-press 93 00:03:44,504 --> 00:03:46,339 my own weight. I could probably bench-press you. 94 00:03:46,339 --> 00:03:48,438 I’ve also recently become a vegan. 95 00:03:48,438 --> 00:03:51,207 Oh, wow. That is really impressive, Watts. 96 00:03:51,207 --> 00:03:54,504 Oh, man! There you guys are. I have been looking... 97 00:03:54,504 --> 00:03:57,207 I gotta talk to these gals. - Oh, sure. 98 00:03:57,207 --> 00:03:58,801 Sorry. So, I’ll... Nice talking to you. 99 00:03:58,801 --> 00:04:01,537 Yeah. Okay. See you. - Mm-hmm. 100 00:04:02,834 --> 00:04:04,834 I got a ride in to work with him this morning 101 00:04:04,834 --> 00:04:06,537 and he has not stopped talking. 102 00:04:06,537 --> 00:04:08,603 He’s super sweet, but I’m pretty sure he was working up the nerve 103 00:04:08,603 --> 00:04:10,702 to ask me out and I was not looking forward 104 00:04:10,702 --> 00:04:12,372 to that super awkward rejection. 105 00:04:12,372 --> 00:04:14,966 Anyway, phew, dodged a bullet with that one. 106 00:04:14,966 --> 00:04:16,801 Not that there’s anything wrong with Watts. 107 00:04:16,801 --> 00:04:18,603 I just don’t like mixing "bizz" with "plesh", 108 00:04:18,603 --> 00:04:20,834 except, of course, with you guys. Oh, looking forward 109 00:04:22,999 --> 00:04:26,240 Now, what was that? What did you just say? 110 00:04:27,834 --> 00:04:30,438 What "partay" is she talking about? 111 00:04:30,438 --> 00:04:32,570 Let me think about it. Oh, right, I have no clue. 112 00:04:34,405 --> 00:04:37,768 Ooh, got it, I know what it is. It is a takedown party, 113 00:04:37,768 --> 00:04:39,636 that is what it is. - Why do you sound like a robot? 114 00:04:39,636 --> 00:04:42,042 - Why are you talking like a-- - Why was Nathan acting weird? 115 00:04:42,042 --> 00:04:44,438 And why was Adriana at my loft this morning? 116 00:04:46,471 --> 00:04:48,999 I feel like this is what’s happening. 117 00:04:48,999 --> 00:04:50,867 If there’s a secret, I know nothing about it-- 118 00:04:50,867 --> 00:04:53,273 Emergency announcement meeting in the boardroom. Now. 119 00:04:53,273 --> 00:04:55,867 (overlapping chatter) 120 00:04:56,603 --> 00:04:58,636 Doesn’t put me in much of a mood for a party, 121 00:04:58,636 --> 00:04:59,702 I’ll tell you that. 122 00:04:59,702 --> 00:05:01,339 You told Gloria about the party? 123 00:05:01,339 --> 00:05:03,339 What party? I have no idea. 124 00:05:13,273 --> 00:05:14,471 (sighs) 125 00:05:14,471 --> 00:05:15,603 Watts. - Yeah? 126 00:05:15,603 --> 00:05:18,042 - Close the door. - Yes, Mom... Ma’am! 127 00:05:18,042 --> 00:05:20,339 Oh, my... (door closing) 128 00:05:21,801 --> 00:05:25,306 Okay, um... I just got off the phone with the Crown. 129 00:05:25,306 --> 00:05:29,042 Tuesday’s defence team has found out the identity 130 00:05:29,042 --> 00:05:32,603 of our primary confidential informant, Jake Mardy. 131 00:05:32,900 --> 00:05:35,405 And they have informed the Crown that they will be calling 132 00:05:35,405 --> 00:05:37,042 Jake to testify, their position being 133 00:05:37,042 --> 00:05:38,801 he made have fed us false information 134 00:05:38,801 --> 00:05:40,537 and may in fact be the mastermind 135 00:05:41,867 --> 00:05:44,867 That’s obviously not true. - That’s their position. 136 00:05:44,867 --> 00:05:47,636 But if we expose him as a police informant, 137 00:05:47,636 --> 00:05:49,537 he’s gonna have a target on his back. 138 00:05:49,537 --> 00:05:51,636 We don’t know who Krish’s connections are, it could be anyone. 139 00:05:51,636 --> 00:05:53,933 I am aware, which is why we need to convince Jake Mardy 140 00:05:53,933 --> 00:05:55,669 to testify for the Crown. 141 00:05:55,669 --> 00:05:57,669 He won’t come out publicly as a snitch. 142 00:05:57,669 --> 00:06:00,504 Then I won’t be able to go upstairs and convince them to sign off 143 00:06:00,504 --> 00:06:02,966 on the costly expense of putting him in witness protection. 144 00:06:02,966 --> 00:06:04,471 He’ll be on his own. 145 00:06:04,471 --> 00:06:06,306 How’d they find out he’s our CI? 146 00:06:06,306 --> 00:06:08,504 I don’t know, but Tuesday’s lawyer 147 00:06:08,504 --> 00:06:10,900 is with Goldstein, Jacob, Field and Wells. 148 00:06:10,900 --> 00:06:12,537 That’s Steve’s firm. 149 00:06:13,339 --> 00:06:14,471 Oh... 150 00:06:16,702 --> 00:06:19,471 Nathan, Naz, I need you to find Jake Mardy. 151 00:06:19,471 --> 00:06:21,999 Convince him to testify. And if he agrees, 152 00:06:21,999 --> 00:06:23,999 we’ll get him into a safe house right away. 153 00:06:31,405 --> 00:06:32,900 (sighs) 154 00:06:37,900 --> 00:06:40,570 Come on, guys. You know better than to show up here. 155 00:06:40,570 --> 00:06:42,075 Things have taken a turn. 156 00:06:42,075 --> 00:06:43,735 Oh, of course they have. What’s up? 157 00:06:45,801 --> 00:06:48,504 They’re planning on calling you to the stand 158 00:06:48,504 --> 00:06:50,603 and making you testify. - Okay, wait. What? 159 00:06:50,603 --> 00:06:52,603 Is this a joke? Is this like some sort of sick prank 160 00:06:52,603 --> 00:06:54,471 to get me back for calling you Knee Job? 161 00:06:54,471 --> 00:06:57,108 Because it isn’t funny. - I’m afraid it’s not a joke. 162 00:06:59,405 --> 00:07:01,636 Man, I knew this would happen! 163 00:07:01,636 --> 00:07:04,735 Oh my God, I am such an idiot for trusting you! 164 00:07:04,735 --> 00:07:06,669 Listen, Jake, you can be mad at me. That’s fine. 165 00:07:06,669 --> 00:07:09,075 I’ll take that. But this is serious, alright? 166 00:07:09,537 --> 00:07:12,636 We want you to testify for our side instead. 167 00:07:12,636 --> 00:07:14,537 I’m not testifying for anyone! 168 00:07:14,537 --> 00:07:16,933 If it comes out that I’m a rat, I am dead. 169 00:07:16,933 --> 00:07:18,570 I know this is not what you want, 170 00:07:18,570 --> 00:07:21,042 but this is the reality of the situation we’re in now. 171 00:07:21,042 --> 00:07:24,141 The smartest thing to do is for you to testify for the Crown, 172 00:07:24,141 --> 00:07:26,669 that way we can protect you, set you up somewhere safe. 173 00:07:26,669 --> 00:07:30,537 You’re talking about witness protection, right? 174 00:07:31,372 --> 00:07:33,471 What kind of life is that, man? 175 00:07:33,471 --> 00:07:35,504 What kind of a life is it if you don’t? 176 00:07:35,900 --> 00:07:37,900 I know Krish is in prison right now, but he’s got money. 177 00:07:37,900 --> 00:07:39,867 And if he’s really trying to be a player out here, 178 00:07:39,867 --> 00:07:41,735 he’s gonna make an example out of you. 179 00:07:41,735 --> 00:07:43,867 Yeah. Yeah. Obviously. 180 00:07:43,867 --> 00:07:46,108 And he’s like, this angry, spiteful bastard. 181 00:07:46,108 --> 00:07:48,702 And he’s making even bigger connections and... 182 00:07:49,834 --> 00:07:52,405 - With who? - No. No. I’m done talking, man. 183 00:07:52,966 --> 00:07:55,603 Listen, Jake. Come on, man. 184 00:07:55,603 --> 00:07:57,867 You don’t want this life anymore anyway, right? 185 00:07:57,867 --> 00:08:01,405 Think of this as an opportunity. A fresh start. 186 00:08:01,735 --> 00:08:04,504 What about my girlfriend? What about Yolanda? 187 00:08:04,504 --> 00:08:06,768 You’re still talking to her? Really? 188 00:08:06,768 --> 00:08:09,471 We can have her come with you. 189 00:08:09,471 --> 00:08:10,999 Look, we’ll figure that out later. Right now, 190 00:08:10,999 --> 00:08:12,405 we need to keep you safe. 191 00:08:12,405 --> 00:08:14,537 Maybe I’ll just, uh... 192 00:08:14,537 --> 00:08:16,108 I just need to think this through, okay? 193 00:08:16,108 --> 00:08:18,570 So just give me like a couple of hours and, um... 194 00:08:18,570 --> 00:08:20,834 Yeah. I’ll get back to you, okay? We’ll figure it out. 195 00:08:21,603 --> 00:08:23,768 Yeah. We’ll figure it out. 196 00:08:25,141 --> 00:08:28,702 (door slamming) - He’s going to agree, right? 197 00:08:30,141 --> 00:08:31,735 I don’t think he has a choice. 198 00:08:33,537 --> 00:08:35,471 (phone ringing) 199 00:08:37,108 --> 00:08:38,735 Hello. Oh, you wanted to talk to me. 200 00:08:38,735 --> 00:08:40,174 I’m just gonna sit. I was standing, 201 00:08:40,174 --> 00:08:41,999 but now I’m gonna sit. Here I am, I just sat. 202 00:08:41,999 --> 00:08:43,438 (sighs) 203 00:08:50,900 --> 00:08:52,504 (gulps) 204 00:08:56,636 --> 00:08:59,042 Do you like gossiping, Wazowski? 205 00:08:59,042 --> 00:09:01,471 Uh... no. 206 00:09:01,735 --> 00:09:03,735 I mean, did you know that gossiping serves 207 00:09:03,735 --> 00:09:05,702 as a really important function in society? 208 00:09:05,702 --> 00:09:07,768 It’s like, connect... No, I don’t. It’s harmful. 209 00:09:07,768 --> 00:09:10,570 So you don’t like bringing home juicy little tidbits 210 00:09:10,570 --> 00:09:12,570 to share with the hubby? 211 00:09:12,570 --> 00:09:14,636 You know, impress him with your "badassery", 212 00:09:14,636 --> 00:09:16,471 chatting about Purple Rain? 213 00:09:16,471 --> 00:09:19,669 Uh, no, when I go home, I like to play a game called Wordle. 214 00:09:19,669 --> 00:09:22,537 And I don’t really like to talk. - So no speaking in code? 215 00:09:22,537 --> 00:09:24,900 Pluie Mauve, 216 00:09:24,900 --> 00:09:27,075 anything like that? No coy little messages 217 00:09:28,999 --> 00:09:33,075 No, I did not talk to Steve about this case. 218 00:09:34,471 --> 00:09:35,999 Do you know this Jayna Burden woman? 219 00:09:37,504 --> 00:09:39,108 Is she the lawyer on this case? 220 00:09:39,933 --> 00:09:41,933 - Yes, she is. - Alright then. 221 00:09:41,933 --> 00:09:44,801 She’s a junior lawyer. I heard that she’s kind of annoying-- 222 00:09:44,801 --> 00:09:46,900 Oh, that’s interesting. I thought you didn’t talk about work. 223 00:09:46,900 --> 00:09:49,207 I don’t talk about my work to Steve, 224 00:09:49,207 --> 00:09:50,966 he talks about his work all the time. 225 00:09:50,966 --> 00:09:53,702 Listen, I understand that this is very coincidental, 226 00:09:53,702 --> 00:09:55,933 but normally, when a CI’s identity is compromised, 227 00:09:55,933 --> 00:09:58,966 it comes back on the CI themselves for acting strangely, 228 00:09:58,966 --> 00:10:00,273 blabbing too much. 229 00:10:01,240 --> 00:10:03,570 - That’s possible. - If I find out anything 230 00:10:03,570 --> 00:10:05,570 about this case I’m gonna come to you directly, 231 00:10:05,570 --> 00:10:08,273 otherwise, I am going back to my team, thank you very much. 232 00:10:08,768 --> 00:10:11,240 I, uh, suppose I’ll see you tonight at this little um... 233 00:10:11,834 --> 00:10:12,999 shindig? 234 00:10:13,966 --> 00:10:15,999 A lot of gossiping there, I’m sure. 235 00:10:17,702 --> 00:10:19,537 Not from me. 236 00:10:20,966 --> 00:10:22,174 Good. 237 00:10:28,141 --> 00:10:29,834 Steve, you better pick up right now. 238 00:10:29,834 --> 00:10:31,999 I’m sorry to pull you away from your precious Jayna Burden, 239 00:10:31,999 --> 00:10:33,933 sorry to burden you with all these phone calls, 240 00:10:33,933 --> 00:10:37,141 I am so mad at you right now. I am so hurt by you right... 241 00:10:37,702 --> 00:10:38,966 Hey. 242 00:10:38,966 --> 00:10:41,273 Did you tell Steve about Jake? - No! 243 00:10:42,603 --> 00:10:44,735 Not intentionally, but he knows all my passwords. 244 00:10:44,735 --> 00:10:46,636 And he’s Mister Ambitious and Mister Determined 245 00:10:46,636 --> 00:10:48,141 at work right now, so... 246 00:10:53,966 --> 00:10:56,207 He told me this morning that he’s taken her under his wing. 247 00:10:56,207 --> 00:10:57,735 (sighs) 248 00:10:57,735 --> 00:11:00,108 Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy. 249 00:11:00,900 --> 00:11:02,570 Alright, you trust him? 250 00:11:03,933 --> 00:11:05,174 I do. 251 00:11:07,801 --> 00:11:10,075 But I did before and he cheated on me, so. 252 00:11:11,999 --> 00:11:13,306 Maybe I shouldn’t. 253 00:11:17,768 --> 00:11:20,999 Okay, so, you all need to see this. 254 00:11:20,999 --> 00:11:22,636 It just came in. 255 00:11:23,834 --> 00:11:25,735 So yeah, I lied about everything. 256 00:11:26,240 --> 00:11:28,570 I thought it’d be funny screwin with the cops. 257 00:11:28,570 --> 00:11:30,306 (sighs) But it’s not true 258 00:11:30,306 --> 00:11:32,867 because I’m the one who made the drugs. 259 00:11:32,867 --> 00:11:35,669 I’m the one who figured out how to sell it online, 260 00:11:35,669 --> 00:11:37,702 in person, all of it. 261 00:11:37,702 --> 00:11:40,867 Krish, that Tuesday person. 262 00:11:40,867 --> 00:11:42,306 They had nothing to do with it. 263 00:11:42,306 --> 00:11:46,042 This was all me. It’s all on me 264 00:11:46,042 --> 00:11:49,603 He’s lying. We have full evidence against Krish and Tuesday. 265 00:11:49,603 --> 00:11:52,636 Everything he’s saying is... is nonsense. 266 00:11:52,636 --> 00:11:54,735 It doesn’t matter. He sent this video to everyone, 267 00:11:54,735 --> 00:11:56,669 to the Crown, to the defence, to the media. 268 00:11:56,669 --> 00:12:00,702 Now, nothing he has ever told us is gonna be credible. 269 00:12:00,702 --> 00:12:02,801 The Crown’s withdrawing the charges. 270 00:12:02,801 --> 00:12:05,636 Krish and Tuesday are going to be released later today. 271 00:12:05,636 --> 00:12:08,075 - What?! - Are you kidding me? 272 00:12:08,075 --> 00:12:09,867 We’re letting guilty people out onto the street? 273 00:12:09,867 --> 00:12:12,933 Dealers selling drugs that are killing people. 274 00:12:12,933 --> 00:12:14,801 We have the evidence. 275 00:12:14,801 --> 00:12:16,768 We know that Tuesday’s been making the drugs. 276 00:12:18,735 --> 00:12:23,834 Their lawyer’s pleading coercion, intimidation, fear. 277 00:12:23,834 --> 00:12:26,372 We found Purple Rain in Tuesday’s barn. 278 00:12:26,372 --> 00:12:29,669 And the defence are gonna say that the barn was abandoned, 279 00:12:29,669 --> 00:12:33,801 that Jake is now claiming that he is the ring leader 280 00:12:33,801 --> 00:12:35,867 and he was probably storing his product there. 281 00:12:35,867 --> 00:12:39,768 Oh, come on. Jake is not running this operation. 282 00:12:39,768 --> 00:12:41,867 Somebody made him do this. 283 00:12:41,867 --> 00:12:43,768 Clearly somebody very dangerous. 284 00:12:43,768 --> 00:12:45,702 I mean, why would he suddenly just change his mind like this? 285 00:12:45,702 --> 00:12:48,075 I don’t know. But whatever the reason, 286 00:12:48,075 --> 00:12:50,702 Jake has just poked a million holes in the Crown’s case. 287 00:12:50,702 --> 00:12:52,405 They know they can’t win. The case is dead. 288 00:12:52,405 --> 00:12:54,207 Okay, well, we gotta find him. 289 00:12:54,207 --> 00:12:56,306 You need to stay away from him. Do you hear me? 290 00:12:56,306 --> 00:12:59,108 We have a BOLO out on him, we will bring him in, 291 00:12:59,108 --> 00:13:01,042 but listen to me, Naz. 292 00:13:01,042 --> 00:13:02,669 You are not to go anywhere near him. 293 00:13:05,075 --> 00:13:09,108 Okay, let’s just let this rest for today, 294 00:13:09,108 --> 00:13:10,867 come back fresh tomorrow 295 00:13:10,867 --> 00:13:12,900 and we’ll figure out our next moves then. 296 00:13:12,900 --> 00:13:14,108 Okay? 297 00:13:15,834 --> 00:13:19,801 you need to go over your notes, make sure they’re in order. 298 00:13:19,801 --> 00:13:21,735 There’s gonna be a lot of eyeballs on this case 299 00:13:21,735 --> 00:13:23,900 trying to figure out where we screwed up. 300 00:13:32,141 --> 00:13:34,042 So yeah, I lied about everything. 301 00:13:34,801 --> 00:13:37,108 I thought it’d be funny screwing with the cops. 302 00:13:37,108 --> 00:13:40,966 But it’s not true because I’m the one who made the dru... 303 00:13:41,702 --> 00:13:43,141 Do you know where he is right now? 304 00:13:43,141 --> 00:13:45,174 Any ideas where he could be? 305 00:13:46,339 --> 00:13:48,900 You know, I always knew that Steve was an asshole. 306 00:13:48,900 --> 00:13:51,372 Self-absorbed, entitled, 307 00:13:51,372 --> 00:13:53,702 able to charm his way out of anything. 308 00:13:54,966 --> 00:13:56,900 We don’t know that it’s Steve. 309 00:13:56,900 --> 00:13:58,273 Okay? 310 00:13:58,273 --> 00:14:00,240 So let’s find Jake and find out-- 311 00:14:00,240 --> 00:14:01,735 Hey. 312 00:14:01,735 --> 00:14:03,042 Don’t go near him. 313 00:14:03,438 --> 00:14:06,075 Okay? Just stay away from him. 314 00:14:07,042 --> 00:14:09,801 Come on, Naz. This isn’t Sam’s fault. 315 00:14:09,801 --> 00:14:12,273 Naz! Okay, okay. He didn’t mean that. 316 00:14:13,405 --> 00:14:16,042 Alright, look. Let’s just focus on who might have intimidated 317 00:14:16,042 --> 00:14:18,735 Jake, okay? - Yup. Okay. 318 00:14:19,108 --> 00:14:20,174 Um... 319 00:14:20,174 --> 00:14:21,867 It’s not Krish, it’s not Tuesday, 320 00:14:26,999 --> 00:14:30,768 And... it’s gonna take a few more hours for that paperwork 321 00:14:30,768 --> 00:14:32,339 to go through. 322 00:14:36,438 --> 00:14:38,042 (buzzing) 323 00:14:38,042 --> 00:14:40,306 Monday, Tuesday. Have a seat. 324 00:14:42,372 --> 00:14:43,999 (clears throat) 325 00:14:44,867 --> 00:14:47,207 - Thanks for coming down. - It wasn’t posed as a choice. 326 00:14:49,174 --> 00:14:52,735 Well, that’s still a few hours away, so until then, 327 00:14:52,735 --> 00:14:55,867 I don’t have a say. - Um... you must be feeling 328 00:14:55,867 --> 00:14:58,471 pretty lucky, huh? - No. Not really. 329 00:14:58,471 --> 00:15:00,801 I was kind of hoping to hide away in prison, to be honest. 330 00:15:03,240 --> 00:15:07,174 You know there’s no such thing as a free lunch. 331 00:15:07,372 --> 00:15:09,900 So it’s not free in here, but it’s not gonna be free out there. 332 00:15:09,900 --> 00:15:11,999 Alright, so talk to us then. 333 00:15:11,999 --> 00:15:13,504 Maybe we can help 334 00:15:13,504 --> 00:15:15,867 if you tell us who you’re working for. 335 00:15:15,867 --> 00:15:18,999 No. Save your breath. I will never co-operate with cops. 336 00:15:18,999 --> 00:15:22,141 Ever. - Who are you afraid of, hm? 337 00:15:22,141 --> 00:15:24,075 Is it someone in the Replicants? 338 00:15:24,075 --> 00:15:26,801 The Replicants? (laughing) 339 00:15:26,801 --> 00:15:28,207 I wish. Yeah. 340 00:15:28,207 --> 00:15:30,504 I liked the Replicants. They were my kind of people, 341 00:15:30,504 --> 00:15:32,273 they were like these wannabe gangsters who liked 342 00:15:32,273 --> 00:15:33,867 playing the tough guy. 343 00:15:36,438 --> 00:15:40,372 And yet, here I am, and I’m about to get thrown out of jail 344 00:15:40,372 --> 00:15:41,900 into a swamp full of crocodiles. 345 00:15:41,900 --> 00:15:43,174 Hey, if you don’t want your freedom, 346 00:15:43,174 --> 00:15:44,966 I’m sure we can arrange something. 347 00:15:44,966 --> 00:15:46,306 Okay. 348 00:15:47,240 --> 00:15:48,801 What do I do? 349 00:15:49,108 --> 00:15:51,273 I could throw a violent outburst. 350 00:15:51,273 --> 00:15:53,372 I could punch a guard or something. 351 00:15:53,372 --> 00:15:54,801 You know what? 352 00:15:57,834 --> 00:15:59,372 Did that do the trick? 353 00:16:01,801 --> 00:16:05,801 Actually, no. All it did was piss me off. 354 00:16:05,801 --> 00:16:06,933 (buzzing) 355 00:16:06,933 --> 00:16:08,867 Well at least we know there are bigger 356 00:16:08,867 --> 00:16:10,504 and scarier people in the mix 357 00:16:10,504 --> 00:16:13,273 which lines up with Naz’s theory 358 00:16:13,273 --> 00:16:15,240 that Jake was put up to this. 359 00:16:16,504 --> 00:16:17,933 Hey... 360 00:16:17,933 --> 00:16:20,273 Maybe they could help us connect the dots. 361 00:16:20,273 --> 00:16:22,306 I’ll try anything at this point. 362 00:16:22,306 --> 00:16:25,042 ...vacation saved, I could take a trip to the Bahamas, 363 00:16:25,042 --> 00:16:27,141 maybe run into Adeline French. 364 00:16:27,141 --> 00:16:29,306 Or Clover English, as she’s going by these days. 365 00:16:29,306 --> 00:16:33,438 Can I help you? - Adeline French? You found her? 366 00:16:34,504 --> 00:16:35,966 Jaw-dropped, are we? 367 00:16:35,966 --> 00:16:38,471 Gobsmacked, perhaps? Flabbergasted. 368 00:16:38,471 --> 00:16:40,108 Dumbfounded. 369 00:16:40,108 --> 00:16:42,108 Let us walk you through it. Susan. 370 00:16:42,537 --> 00:16:44,042 We started from the beginning. 371 00:16:44,042 --> 00:16:45,537 Followed a thread. 372 00:16:45,537 --> 00:16:47,372 We looked into her mother. We wanted to know 373 00:16:47,372 --> 00:16:50,471 if she got any calls or visitors while in prison. Nada. 374 00:16:50,471 --> 00:16:53,273 Then we chased the threads connected to everything 375 00:16:53,273 --> 00:16:56,504 I knew about her. Her love of clothes. Her love of wigs. 376 00:16:56,504 --> 00:16:58,339 Her fear of eggs. 377 00:16:58,339 --> 00:17:00,669 I knew that she loved the Caribbean islands 378 00:17:00,669 --> 00:17:03,438 and liked top-shelf Bordeaux. 379 00:17:03,438 --> 00:17:06,174 So I looked into all of the fancy hotel bars 380 00:17:06,174 --> 00:17:07,834 in the Virgin Islands, 381 00:17:07,834 --> 00:17:09,933 got a hold of their security coverage... 382 00:17:09,933 --> 00:17:13,240 Until eventually, we found this 383 00:17:13,240 --> 00:17:15,108 on security footage at an outdoor patio 384 00:17:15,108 --> 00:17:17,174 at Gemini Beach Club in the Virgin Islands. 385 00:17:17,174 --> 00:17:19,471 (clapping) Thank you, Susan. 386 00:17:19,471 --> 00:17:21,273 I’ve gotta say, I am impressed. 387 00:17:21,273 --> 00:17:23,273 Well, it was a collective effort from everyone involved 388 00:17:23,273 --> 00:17:25,240 in Badge Bitches. - So just you and Susan here. 389 00:17:25,240 --> 00:17:26,339 Oh, there are other members. 390 00:17:26,339 --> 00:17:28,306 Sorry I’m late. What’d I miss? 391 00:17:30,207 --> 00:17:33,306 Okay, we gotta show this to Fugitive Squad. 392 00:17:33,306 --> 00:17:35,405 I mean, they’ve been trying to track Adeline down for months. 393 00:17:36,141 --> 00:17:39,603 This is exactly what we need to do with Purple Rain. 394 00:17:39,603 --> 00:17:41,141 We need to go back to the beginning 395 00:17:41,141 --> 00:17:42,636 and follow all the threads. - Mm. 396 00:17:42,636 --> 00:17:44,372 Oh, so you’re saying you just have copious amounts 397 00:17:44,372 --> 00:17:46,306 of hours to do this on your own? - It’s tedious work. 398 00:17:46,306 --> 00:17:48,108 Uh, well, you know what? Do you wanna sign up? 399 00:17:49,207 --> 00:17:52,372 Would you like to be a part of Badge Bitches? 400 00:17:52,372 --> 00:17:54,405 - Uh... - Mm-hmm. 401 00:17:54,405 --> 00:17:56,966 What are the requirements? - Bi-weekly meetings. 402 00:17:56,966 --> 00:17:59,537 A very active and ongoing demanding WhatsApp group chat. 403 00:17:59,537 --> 00:18:01,075 Whatever, just sign us up, sign me up. 404 00:18:01,075 --> 00:18:02,471 Okay. I’ll get the paperwork going 405 00:18:02,471 --> 00:18:06,504 and until then, Badge Bitches, activate! 406 00:18:08,999 --> 00:18:12,174 Pretty fun. We’re getting better at it. It’s great. 407 00:18:13,570 --> 00:18:15,174 (brakes squeaking) 408 00:18:27,669 --> 00:18:29,306 (sighs) 409 00:18:52,999 --> 00:18:55,933 Jake, it’s me. I’m off work here. 410 00:18:59,273 --> 00:19:02,339 Jake, I recognized the wallpaper from your video. 411 00:19:02,603 --> 00:19:04,240 If your grandma still lived here, she’d tell you 412 00:19:04,240 --> 00:19:06,207 that you’re being very rude. 413 00:19:12,603 --> 00:19:15,273 Come on, man, I got pizza and beer out here. 414 00:19:18,636 --> 00:19:20,636 You here to work or you here to party? 415 00:19:21,240 --> 00:19:22,438 (sighs) 416 00:19:23,339 --> 00:19:25,636 Fine. I’m here to party. 417 00:19:34,339 --> 00:19:36,141 What have you got? - Okay, so, 418 00:19:36,141 --> 00:19:37,504 we have this drug, it’s called Purple Rain. 419 00:19:37,504 --> 00:19:39,042 It’s a cathinone, sort of like bath salts. 420 00:19:39,042 --> 00:19:41,174 (both): But everything in it is totally illegal. 421 00:19:41,174 --> 00:19:42,306 (laughing) 422 00:19:42,306 --> 00:19:43,669 You can’t get anything past you. 423 00:19:45,075 --> 00:19:48,603 We’re gonna have to get a list together of all the ingredients 424 00:19:48,603 --> 00:19:50,603 and then we’re gonna have to track down all of the suppliers 425 00:19:50,603 --> 00:19:52,438 in the city and the province. - In the country, really, 426 00:19:54,174 --> 00:19:57,306 There’s not enough Badge Bitches. We need a shortcut. 427 00:19:57,306 --> 00:19:59,306 (sighs) - Yeah, you’re right. 428 00:19:59,306 --> 00:20:02,141 We need someone who understands the science. 429 00:20:03,240 --> 00:20:04,702 Like a scientist? 430 00:20:05,966 --> 00:20:10,537 A normal cathinone is made by adding ethyl magnesium bromide 431 00:20:10,537 --> 00:20:13,504 to 3-methylbenzaldehyde. Then oxidizing that 432 00:20:13,504 --> 00:20:16,240 with pyridinium chlorochromate on silica gel 433 00:20:16,240 --> 00:20:19,405 and brominated with hydrobromic acid to yield the bromo ketone. 434 00:20:19,405 --> 00:20:21,966 But something’s different with Purple Rain. 435 00:20:21,966 --> 00:20:24,042 It’s very different. - Of course. 436 00:20:24,042 --> 00:20:26,108 Its creator swapped the standard pyridinium 437 00:20:26,108 --> 00:20:28,735 chlorochromate with potassium permanganate. 438 00:20:28,735 --> 00:20:30,405 - Yay. - I don’t get 439 00:20:30,405 --> 00:20:31,669 what you’re saying. - It’s commonly used 440 00:20:34,042 --> 00:20:37,306 We looked through that file. We didn’t see anything. 441 00:20:37,306 --> 00:20:39,339 Because maybe your chemist wouldn’t buy 442 00:20:39,339 --> 00:20:41,471 potassium permanganate, they would make it. 443 00:20:41,471 --> 00:20:44,075 It’s equivalent to making pancakes from scratch 444 00:20:44,075 --> 00:20:45,504 instead of from the box. - Oh. 445 00:20:45,504 --> 00:20:47,702 My guess is your chemist bought both potassium 446 00:20:47,702 --> 00:20:49,669 and permanganic acid. 447 00:20:51,636 --> 00:20:56,471 There’s only three importers who sell both chemicals. 448 00:20:56,471 --> 00:20:59,537 Just one guy imported a ton of both to two aquarium shops. 449 00:20:59,537 --> 00:21:01,537 Aquarium shops? Let me see. 450 00:21:05,075 --> 00:21:06,999 Oh my God, oh my God, oh my God. 451 00:21:06,999 --> 00:21:09,174 It’s Fin City. This is Jenn’s shop. 452 00:21:09,174 --> 00:21:12,042 Remember Ro’s friend, Jenn? She owns Fin City. 453 00:21:12,042 --> 00:21:15,372 Look. There’s one in Toronto. And one in Guelph. 454 00:21:15,768 --> 00:21:17,438 Oh my God. 455 00:21:17,768 --> 00:21:19,405 Tuesday’s working with Jenn. 456 00:21:22,075 --> 00:21:23,306 What about Ro? 457 00:21:29,570 --> 00:21:31,108 Steve, hey! 458 00:21:31,108 --> 00:21:32,570 You didn’t have to come all the way down here, 459 00:21:32,570 --> 00:21:34,471 you could have just called. - You sounded angry enough. 460 00:21:34,471 --> 00:21:36,108 It felt more urgent than a phone call. 461 00:21:36,108 --> 00:21:38,075 Sorry, I just thought that you went through my stuff 462 00:21:38,075 --> 00:21:40,636 to find the name of our confidential informant. 463 00:21:41,141 --> 00:21:42,504 Why was that your first thought? 464 00:21:42,504 --> 00:21:44,570 I don’t know, Steve. I mean, come on, you’re like 465 00:21:44,570 --> 00:21:46,438 desperate to prove yourself at work 466 00:21:46,438 --> 00:21:48,372 and now you’re working with this Jayna person. 467 00:21:48,372 --> 00:21:50,240 I don’t know, I don’t know why. 468 00:21:50,240 --> 00:21:51,735 You don’t trust me? 469 00:21:52,108 --> 00:21:53,735 (distant siren) 470 00:21:55,735 --> 00:21:57,471 You don’t trust me. 471 00:21:59,636 --> 00:22:01,471 Ever think it might have been Ro? 472 00:22:02,372 --> 00:22:05,240 She was on your computer the other day looking up recipes. 473 00:22:06,240 --> 00:22:07,834 Ro was on my computer? 474 00:22:07,834 --> 00:22:09,702 To be fair, she was actually looking up a recipe 475 00:22:09,702 --> 00:22:11,669 for Egyptian Foole. But she was alone at the house 476 00:22:11,669 --> 00:22:14,438 when I got there, so who knows how long she was on your computer. 477 00:22:14,438 --> 00:22:16,438 Oh, wow. Okay. Uh, I have to go-- 478 00:22:16,438 --> 00:22:18,570 But I want to know why you’re so quick to blame me. 479 00:22:18,570 --> 00:22:20,273 You know what? Hey. 480 00:22:20,768 --> 00:22:23,141 We’re gonna talk about this at home, you look-- 481 00:22:23,141 --> 00:22:25,372 You’re... um, I gotta go back to work. I gotta go. 482 00:22:28,405 --> 00:22:30,141 Kell? Kell. 483 00:22:30,141 --> 00:22:31,603 What’s up? - Hey... 484 00:22:31,603 --> 00:22:33,273 Steve caught Ro on my computer. 485 00:22:33,273 --> 00:22:35,240 She said she was looking at a recipe. 486 00:22:35,240 --> 00:22:37,603 Ooh, does she know your password? 487 00:22:37,603 --> 00:22:40,108 Well, maybe she figured it out, because, you know, 488 00:22:40,108 --> 00:22:42,108 she saw me punch it in a few times and I just, 489 00:22:42,108 --> 00:22:43,834 I wasn’t that careful around her. 490 00:22:44,504 --> 00:22:46,603 Maybe you should keep not being careful. 491 00:22:47,141 --> 00:22:48,735 You let her find out a few things that can 492 00:22:48,735 --> 00:22:51,405 lead her down a path. - What? Really? Set up a trap? 493 00:22:52,174 --> 00:22:54,702 - Why not? - Well, because, I just... 494 00:22:54,702 --> 00:22:58,108 Yeah. Why not. Okay, how about this? 495 00:22:58,108 --> 00:23:02,570 Um... I will invite her and Jenn over to dinner at mine 496 00:23:02,570 --> 00:23:04,306 tomorrow night with you and me. 497 00:23:04,306 --> 00:23:06,471 It would be a best friend double date, nail her! 498 00:23:06,471 --> 00:23:09,504 Why put off tomorrow what can be done today? 499 00:23:09,504 --> 00:23:11,702 I happen to know a few friends coming together tonight 500 00:23:11,702 --> 00:23:14,207 for a certain surprise party. 501 00:23:14,570 --> 00:23:17,372 You figured it out? - Mm-hmm. 502 00:23:17,372 --> 00:23:18,537 It’s a secret. 503 00:23:21,207 --> 00:23:23,372 (muffled music) 504 00:23:23,372 --> 00:23:25,273 (chuckling) 505 00:23:25,273 --> 00:23:26,669 Drink. 506 00:23:27,273 --> 00:23:28,702 Wow, Jake. 507 00:23:28,867 --> 00:23:31,339 You got Olympic skill level over here. 508 00:23:31,339 --> 00:23:33,636 Yeah, it’s too bad I couldn’t go pro. 509 00:23:33,636 --> 00:23:36,603 Remember how drunk you got at Craig’s birthday party? 510 00:23:36,603 --> 00:23:38,867 You passed out before dark. - Yeah. 511 00:23:38,867 --> 00:23:40,372 You drew a dick on my face. 512 00:23:40,372 --> 00:23:42,834 So good. With a Sharpie. 513 00:23:43,372 --> 00:23:46,537 School on Monday, dick outline still on your cheek. 514 00:23:47,207 --> 00:23:49,240 Why don’t you let me help you out of this, Jake? 515 00:23:50,207 --> 00:23:51,603 I can tell you’re scared. 516 00:23:52,240 --> 00:23:54,834 And you always are desperate to have a good time 517 00:23:54,834 --> 00:23:56,504 any time you’re freaked out. 518 00:23:56,504 --> 00:23:58,900 Like that time, remember we went to that school trip 519 00:23:58,900 --> 00:24:01,471 to Rouge Park, got lost in the forest. 520 00:24:03,603 --> 00:24:07,702 so you could smoke that weed that you found in your pocket. 521 00:24:07,702 --> 00:24:10,471 What about the time when your mom got sick, huh? 522 00:24:11,339 --> 00:24:13,933 I get it, you can’t stand being scared. 523 00:24:15,636 --> 00:24:18,900 Truth is, I miss you, man. 524 00:24:21,438 --> 00:24:23,438 Yeah, well, I’m here now. 525 00:24:23,438 --> 00:24:25,240 No, this isn’t you. 526 00:24:25,240 --> 00:24:27,306 You used to not be such a dork. 527 00:24:27,306 --> 00:24:28,867 You knew how to have fun. 528 00:24:29,471 --> 00:24:32,174 But that guy’s not here. Where is he? 529 00:24:32,867 --> 00:24:35,339 He became an adult. 530 00:24:35,339 --> 00:24:38,339 Wanted to be a contributing member of society. 531 00:24:38,669 --> 00:24:39,933 Right. 532 00:24:47,438 --> 00:24:50,207 Oh. Wow. It’s about time. 533 00:24:52,669 --> 00:24:54,801 Why don’t you tell me who made you take this fall? 534 00:24:56,966 --> 00:24:58,735 Okay. So... 535 00:24:59,471 --> 00:25:02,603 The people I used to work with wanted to expand, right? 536 00:25:03,240 --> 00:25:05,735 So they made a big promise to some bad people, 537 00:25:05,735 --> 00:25:09,900 but then you guys confiscated that promise 538 00:25:09,900 --> 00:25:11,834 and now everybody’s scrambling. 539 00:25:12,405 --> 00:25:13,933 Just tell me who they are. 540 00:25:13,933 --> 00:25:15,240 I can help you. 541 00:25:18,273 --> 00:25:19,504 Tell you what. 542 00:25:19,504 --> 00:25:21,240 If you want me to talk... 543 00:25:22,240 --> 00:25:23,636 beat me at this game. 544 00:25:25,207 --> 00:25:26,339 Drink. 545 00:25:28,273 --> 00:25:30,372 (humming) 546 00:25:34,570 --> 00:25:35,867 Tueli! 547 00:25:35,867 --> 00:25:37,834 Oh, Kelly. Hey. - Sup. 548 00:25:37,834 --> 00:25:38,966 Hey. Hi. - Hi. 549 00:25:38,966 --> 00:25:41,306 Hi, there you are. Hi. 550 00:25:41,306 --> 00:25:44,669 Hi. Ugh, you know, I’ve been buzzing, 551 00:25:44,669 --> 00:25:46,504 buzzing, thinking you were home. 552 00:25:46,504 --> 00:25:50,405 Uh, normally somebody passes and let’s me in but not today. 553 00:25:50,669 --> 00:25:52,240 Pointless, right? Yeah. 554 00:25:52,240 --> 00:25:54,537 Um, I lost my keycard so I was just kind of hoping 555 00:25:54,537 --> 00:25:55,933 someone would show up. 556 00:25:55,933 --> 00:25:58,537 Right. Right. 557 00:25:58,537 --> 00:26:01,834 Well, here I am. - Thank you. 558 00:26:01,834 --> 00:26:03,405 Mm-hmm. 559 00:26:12,702 --> 00:26:15,273 - Open... - Ugh, I’m opening it. 560 00:26:16,042 --> 00:26:18,372 (all): Surprise! 561 00:26:19,405 --> 00:26:22,999 Oh, wow, I am so blown away. 562 00:26:22,999 --> 00:26:26,834 What a surprise! - You had no idea, right? 563 00:26:26,834 --> 00:26:30,570 Fooled you. - Yeah... you sure did. 564 00:26:30,570 --> 00:26:32,339 You need a ladies’ night to celebrate. 565 00:26:32,339 --> 00:26:34,273 Oh, Karina couldn’t be here, she’s at home with Brixy, 566 00:26:34,273 --> 00:26:35,636 he’s got a cold. - Okay. 567 00:26:35,636 --> 00:26:37,372 But, I have another surprise for you. 568 00:26:37,372 --> 00:26:39,867 What? Let me guess, a stripper? 569 00:26:39,867 --> 00:26:41,966 She was really glad we invited her. 570 00:26:41,966 --> 00:26:45,900 You got me a girl? Ooh-- - Congratulations, honey! 571 00:26:45,900 --> 00:26:50,405 Oh, I haven’t seen you in such a long time. 572 00:26:50,405 --> 00:26:53,900 Come on, you don’t have a hug for your old mama? 573 00:26:55,933 --> 00:27:00,570 You guys know how to knock me on my ass, don’t you? 574 00:27:00,570 --> 00:27:01,900 You know I don’t do parties, right? 575 00:27:01,900 --> 00:27:04,339 But I just had to come and celebrate the fact 576 00:27:04,339 --> 00:27:06,339 that you finally found yourself a good man. 577 00:27:06,339 --> 00:27:08,834 And he found himself a great woman, come on! 578 00:27:08,834 --> 00:27:11,306 I really appreciate it, I really do. 579 00:27:11,306 --> 00:27:14,834 I see you all have met my mom, Donna, I guess. 580 00:27:14,834 --> 00:27:18,504 She has kept us in stitches for the last half-hour. 581 00:27:18,504 --> 00:27:21,471 She was telling us stories about you and your sisters. 582 00:27:21,471 --> 00:27:23,537 (laughing) 583 00:27:23,537 --> 00:27:25,405 I bet. Sorry I missed it. 584 00:27:25,405 --> 00:27:28,669 Um, I need a drink, 585 00:27:28,669 --> 00:27:30,075 so, I’ll be right back. 586 00:27:30,570 --> 00:27:31,669 Continue the party. 587 00:27:31,669 --> 00:27:34,735 (laughing) - Well, back to me. 588 00:27:34,735 --> 00:27:36,504 (laughing) 589 00:27:36,504 --> 00:27:38,042 Now, you think I’ve been sharing stories? 590 00:27:38,042 --> 00:27:40,933 Girl, I have not told you anything yet. 591 00:27:40,933 --> 00:27:42,768 You gotta get comfortable. 592 00:27:42,768 --> 00:27:44,669 aWhere did I put my drink? Where’s my drink? 593 00:27:44,669 --> 00:27:47,405 Here, it’s over here. - There you go. Okay. 594 00:27:47,405 --> 00:27:49,834 (overlapping chatter) 595 00:27:53,405 --> 00:27:54,537 Yeah... 596 00:27:57,405 --> 00:27:59,075 Alright. I win. 597 00:27:59,999 --> 00:28:01,570 Now talk. 598 00:28:01,570 --> 00:28:02,768 Hurry up. 599 00:28:03,372 --> 00:28:04,867 I’m not feeling so good. 600 00:28:05,570 --> 00:28:07,933 Oh my God, I love this song! 601 00:28:07,933 --> 00:28:10,405 (muffled music) 602 00:28:11,372 --> 00:28:13,570 Man, I can’t handle drinking like I used to. 603 00:28:13,570 --> 00:28:14,702 (sighs) 604 00:28:14,702 --> 00:28:16,702 Yeah, man. That’s not the booze. 605 00:28:16,702 --> 00:28:18,900 It’s probably the Purple Rain I slipped into your drink 606 00:28:18,900 --> 00:28:20,669 a while ago. 607 00:28:20,669 --> 00:28:21,768 What?! 608 00:28:21,966 --> 00:28:23,108 Are you... 609 00:28:23,603 --> 00:28:24,933 Are you serious? 610 00:28:24,933 --> 00:28:27,636 Yeah, man. I’m dead serious. 611 00:28:28,405 --> 00:28:29,768 It’s gonna be a trip. 612 00:28:31,537 --> 00:28:32,669 Whew! 613 00:28:32,669 --> 00:28:34,372 Ha, ha, ha! 614 00:28:36,042 --> 00:28:37,768 (rhythmic music) 615 00:28:39,042 --> 00:28:40,933 (breathing deeply) 616 00:28:43,471 --> 00:28:45,108 (laughing) - I never thought I’d 617 00:28:45,108 --> 00:28:48,801 see the day when this one got married. 618 00:28:49,834 --> 00:28:52,933 I remember Kelly heading off to school some Halloween, 619 00:28:52,933 --> 00:28:55,438 must have been about second grade. 620 00:28:55,438 --> 00:28:58,702 She was dressed as Wonder Woman. (all): Aw. 621 00:28:58,702 --> 00:29:00,438 She was wearing one of my wigs, 622 00:29:00,438 --> 00:29:02,636 big cape made out of a garbage bag, 623 00:29:02,636 --> 00:29:04,537 and I said to her, I said, 624 00:29:04,537 --> 00:29:07,669 "Why did you pick Wonder Woman?" 625 00:29:07,669 --> 00:29:09,042 You know what she said? 626 00:29:10,768 --> 00:29:14,933 Cool bracelet, fights bad guys, 627 00:29:14,933 --> 00:29:17,603 never has to get married. 628 00:29:17,603 --> 00:29:19,174 (cheering) 629 00:29:21,405 --> 00:29:24,141 Right. Is that before you went on that trip to Cancun 630 00:29:24,141 --> 00:29:27,702 for a week then didn’t come back for two months? 631 00:29:28,438 --> 00:29:31,141 You are right. You are right. 632 00:29:31,141 --> 00:29:34,570 I started interning at a little pottery shop 633 00:29:34,570 --> 00:29:36,471 I stumbled onto. 634 00:29:36,471 --> 00:29:40,405 I was very caught up in finding myself back then. 635 00:29:41,471 --> 00:29:45,570 But here I was, all along. 636 00:29:48,405 --> 00:29:49,504 (clears throat) 637 00:29:50,570 --> 00:29:53,801 So, um, speaking of Wonder Woman, 638 00:29:53,801 --> 00:29:58,735 uh, did you know that the creator also invented the polygraph? 639 00:29:58,735 --> 00:30:00,042 (gasping) - No! 640 00:30:00,042 --> 00:30:01,438 Yeah, yeah. 641 00:30:01,438 --> 00:30:03,141 And a bit of a non sequitur, 642 00:30:03,141 --> 00:30:05,636 he was also into bondage and submission. 643 00:30:05,636 --> 00:30:07,900 (laughing) - Fascinating. 644 00:30:07,900 --> 00:30:10,900 Gloria, are you married? - Me? 645 00:30:10,900 --> 00:30:13,867 Oh. No. I’ve never really seen the point. 646 00:30:13,867 --> 00:30:18,702 For me, it only became, um, legal in 2005. 647 00:30:18,702 --> 00:30:21,504 Respect. I am with you. 648 00:30:21,768 --> 00:30:23,735 I mean, I love men. 649 00:30:24,504 --> 00:30:25,867 And women. 650 00:30:27,669 --> 00:30:29,999 But I wouldn’t want to be married to any of ’em. 651 00:30:29,999 --> 00:30:32,504 (laughing) Am I right? 652 00:30:32,504 --> 00:30:33,900 You are right! 653 00:30:33,900 --> 00:30:35,933 This was a really, really bad idea. 654 00:30:35,933 --> 00:30:37,537 Kelly, relax. 655 00:30:37,537 --> 00:30:39,240 Live a little, forgive a little. 656 00:30:39,240 --> 00:30:41,537 She’s not the same person she was when we were kids. 657 00:30:41,537 --> 00:30:44,636 Why don’t you take five minutes to find that out for yourself. 658 00:30:46,504 --> 00:30:47,999 (sighs) 659 00:30:57,834 --> 00:30:59,768 Are you sure she’s not going to mind? 660 00:30:59,768 --> 00:31:01,900 Yeah, Kelly said, "Bring Ro". 661 00:31:01,900 --> 00:31:03,867 And then she said my friends are her friends. 662 00:31:03,867 --> 00:31:05,900 You know, Ro, and your friends are my friends, 663 00:31:05,900 --> 00:31:09,174 so guess what? That makes all of us friends. 664 00:31:09,174 --> 00:31:11,141 Ro thinks I spend too much time talking to fish 665 00:31:11,141 --> 00:31:13,141 and not enough time talking to humans, so. 666 00:31:13,141 --> 00:31:14,636 I do think that. 667 00:31:15,669 --> 00:31:16,966 Your friends like tequila? 668 00:31:16,966 --> 00:31:18,504 Who doesn’t? 669 00:31:21,999 --> 00:31:23,570 (buzzing) 670 00:31:26,834 --> 00:31:28,570 I appreciate you inviting her. 671 00:31:28,570 --> 00:31:31,570 I’m the only person she has in the world and it’s just... 672 00:31:31,570 --> 00:31:34,075 It’s a lot sometimes. - Oh my gosh, no problem. 673 00:31:34,669 --> 00:31:36,108 Let’s get in there and have some fun. 674 00:31:36,108 --> 00:31:37,504 Alright. - Yeah. 675 00:31:37,504 --> 00:31:38,636 Yeah. 676 00:31:39,834 --> 00:31:42,273 (overlapping chatter) 677 00:31:42,273 --> 00:31:44,801 - Hi. - Hello! 678 00:31:44,801 --> 00:31:45,900 Ah! Welcome! 679 00:31:45,900 --> 00:31:47,768 Come on! Come in. 680 00:31:49,636 --> 00:31:51,801 Jenn, don’t be shy. Come on. 681 00:31:52,900 --> 00:31:54,834 Kelly, oh my God. Congratulations. 682 00:31:54,834 --> 00:31:56,933 It’s so great, I’m so happy for you. 683 00:31:56,933 --> 00:31:59,042 Oh, thank you so much, Ro. 684 00:31:59,042 --> 00:32:01,735 Bit last minute, but so glad you could make it. 685 00:32:01,735 --> 00:32:04,108 I’m sorry, you are? - Jenn. 686 00:32:04,108 --> 00:32:06,273 Diamante. We were having a taco night 687 00:32:06,273 --> 00:32:08,075 and then the next thing I know, here we are. 688 00:32:08,075 --> 00:32:09,867 Is that Prometida tequila? 689 00:32:09,867 --> 00:32:12,966 Yes, ma’am, my favourite. You wanna do shots with me? 690 00:32:12,966 --> 00:32:14,966 Please, yes. 691 00:32:14,966 --> 00:32:16,867 (laughing) - Oh my gosh, 692 00:32:16,867 --> 00:32:19,042 I feel that headache coming on. 693 00:32:20,075 --> 00:32:23,273 Uh, these are my bosses. This is Ro Wells. 694 00:32:23,273 --> 00:32:25,669 Uh, she works with Steve at the firm. 695 00:32:28,933 --> 00:32:31,735 Tonight, I’m here celebrating friendship. 696 00:32:31,735 --> 00:32:34,900 - Oh, isn’t that nice? - Okay, let me get you a drink. 697 00:32:34,900 --> 00:32:37,669 Yes, friend. Please. 698 00:32:37,669 --> 00:32:40,306 So you’re the friend that works in the aquarium store, right? 699 00:32:40,306 --> 00:32:42,570 - That’s me. - Is there a lot of money 700 00:32:42,570 --> 00:32:43,999 in that line of business, or... 701 00:32:43,999 --> 00:32:45,669 (chuckling) - Why? 702 00:32:45,669 --> 00:32:46,999 You looking to switch careers? 703 00:32:46,999 --> 00:32:49,570 Hey, it’s always a possibility, right? 704 00:32:49,867 --> 00:32:51,174 What? 705 00:32:51,174 --> 00:32:53,768 Your job’s way more exciting than mine, 706 00:32:53,768 --> 00:32:56,141 busting big, bad, drug dealers. 707 00:32:56,141 --> 00:32:58,240 Sounds more fun than it is. 708 00:32:58,240 --> 00:33:00,669 You know, most drug dealers are just people 709 00:33:00,669 --> 00:33:02,141 who ended up on the wrong path. 710 00:33:02,141 --> 00:33:04,207 That’s very compassionate of you. 711 00:33:04,207 --> 00:33:06,240 Not a typical cop, I take it. 712 00:33:06,240 --> 00:33:07,702 No. 713 00:33:07,702 --> 00:33:10,339 I try not to be. - Stop! No! Wait! 714 00:33:10,339 --> 00:33:12,273 Halt for me, me... I join. 715 00:33:12,273 --> 00:33:14,042 Okay, here we go. 716 00:33:14,603 --> 00:33:15,768 Thank you. (sighs) 717 00:33:15,768 --> 00:33:18,240 Alright! - Ladies. 718 00:33:18,240 --> 00:33:21,240 Uh-uh-uh. 719 00:33:21,240 --> 00:33:22,702 Uh. 720 00:33:23,207 --> 00:33:24,702 Mm. 721 00:33:25,042 --> 00:33:27,273 - Mm. - Uh-- 722 00:33:27,273 --> 00:33:29,075 Mm... 723 00:33:29,075 --> 00:33:31,372 That’ll get the party started. Mm. 724 00:33:32,669 --> 00:33:34,207 I’ll go share them around. 725 00:33:34,207 --> 00:33:35,867 My eyes are watering. 726 00:33:35,867 --> 00:33:37,174 Ugh. 727 00:33:38,933 --> 00:33:41,075 Did you get anything out of her? 728 00:33:41,075 --> 00:33:42,801 No. I’m still feeling her out. 729 00:33:42,801 --> 00:33:44,867 Plus, I am grateful for anything to distract me 730 00:33:44,867 --> 00:33:47,207 from the guest I was surprised with. 731 00:33:47,207 --> 00:33:48,669 What happened? Did Tueli invite her mother? 732 00:33:48,669 --> 00:33:50,075 No, Adriana brought mine. 733 00:33:50,075 --> 00:33:52,108 That’s your mother? - Yes, that’s mine. 734 00:33:52,702 --> 00:33:54,834 (soft music) 735 00:33:55,702 --> 00:33:57,372 (soft groaning) 736 00:34:01,438 --> 00:34:03,174 Whoa. 737 00:34:03,933 --> 00:34:05,174 (sighs) 738 00:34:09,273 --> 00:34:12,141 Oh gosh. Oh gosh. 739 00:34:13,867 --> 00:34:15,141 Oh no. 740 00:34:15,702 --> 00:34:17,669 Oh no, buddy. 741 00:34:18,900 --> 00:34:20,306 Buddy. 742 00:34:20,834 --> 00:34:22,405 I gave you too much. 743 00:34:22,966 --> 00:34:24,141 Yeah. 744 00:34:24,900 --> 00:34:27,141 You’re doing the zombie thing. 745 00:34:27,372 --> 00:34:29,174 Relax. Relax... 746 00:34:30,768 --> 00:34:31,867 It’ll pass. 747 00:34:34,174 --> 00:34:35,702 Guess what? 748 00:34:36,207 --> 00:34:37,900 I’m leaving town. 749 00:34:38,966 --> 00:34:41,999 Costa Rica is awesome, hm? 750 00:34:42,933 --> 00:34:44,372 Maybe a little obvious. 751 00:34:45,108 --> 00:34:48,339 Yeah, maybe Ecuador? 752 00:34:48,900 --> 00:34:50,702 Panama? 753 00:34:50,702 --> 00:34:55,240 Tree house in the forest, hunker down and just... 754 00:34:57,339 --> 00:34:59,141 Makes you sharp-- - I see you. 755 00:34:59,141 --> 00:35:00,801 You can see things. 756 00:35:00,801 --> 00:35:03,405 I... see you. 757 00:35:03,867 --> 00:35:05,273 I see you. 758 00:35:05,273 --> 00:35:07,108 Hey Naz. 759 00:35:08,141 --> 00:35:12,174 Easy, Naz. Watch out, Naz. check it out. 760 00:35:12,174 --> 00:35:14,207 I got a vision, Naz. - Don’t. 761 00:35:14,207 --> 00:35:16,273 (chuckles) - Trust me. 762 00:35:16,273 --> 00:35:17,867 Don’t! 763 00:35:20,339 --> 00:35:21,999 (chuckling) 764 00:35:23,141 --> 00:35:24,702 See? 765 00:35:26,108 --> 00:35:28,240 It’s making the real you come out. 766 00:35:29,141 --> 00:35:30,339 You’re strong. 767 00:35:30,339 --> 00:35:32,141 You’re tough. 768 00:35:32,141 --> 00:35:33,900 I don’t like this, Jake. 769 00:35:35,240 --> 00:35:37,075 I don’t like this at all. 770 00:35:37,801 --> 00:35:40,768 It’s okay, man. It’s okay. 771 00:35:40,768 --> 00:35:44,174 Now listen. I gotta get this for posterity. 772 00:35:44,174 --> 00:35:45,999 (chuckling) 773 00:35:45,999 --> 00:35:48,174 Hi, Nazeer, 774 00:35:48,174 --> 00:35:51,273 off his head on Purple Rain. 775 00:35:51,273 --> 00:35:52,900 Stop! Stop! 776 00:35:52,900 --> 00:35:54,933 Your cop pals are gonna love it. 777 00:35:54,933 --> 00:35:57,405 (laughing) - Biggest cocaine arrest 778 00:35:57,405 --> 00:36:01,504 in Canadian history, the mastermind right here, 779 00:36:01,504 --> 00:36:03,405 this woman right here. 780 00:36:03,405 --> 00:36:05,768 Oh, come on now, it was nothing. 781 00:36:05,768 --> 00:36:08,174 Look, it was just five guys sitting around 782 00:36:08,174 --> 00:36:09,273 picking their asses. 783 00:36:09,273 --> 00:36:12,933 All it took is one woman with an opinion. 784 00:36:12,933 --> 00:36:14,339 A big opinion. - Well-- 785 00:36:14,339 --> 00:36:15,735 Yeah. 786 00:36:15,735 --> 00:36:18,471 - How much product? - Ooh. How much product. 787 00:36:18,471 --> 00:36:20,867 I’ve seen the wire, I know the lingo. 788 00:36:20,867 --> 00:36:22,372 Oh, come on, Ro, you must have defended 789 00:36:22,372 --> 00:36:23,900 big drug dealers before. 790 00:36:23,900 --> 00:36:25,273 You know I don’t kiss and tell. 791 00:36:25,273 --> 00:36:28,405 But if you women had a hand in bringing them down, 792 00:36:28,405 --> 00:36:30,207 there’s no way I would have stood a chance 793 00:36:30,207 --> 00:36:31,999 at getting them off. - Well, that’s funny, 794 00:36:31,999 --> 00:36:33,933 because you got a crackerjack lawyer at your firm 795 00:36:33,933 --> 00:36:36,801 who found a way to get our whole case thrown out. 796 00:36:36,801 --> 00:36:38,174 Oh, that case was yours? 797 00:36:40,933 --> 00:36:44,405 Oh, what law school? I’m thinking of going to law school. 798 00:36:44,405 --> 00:36:45,999 Oh, what about policing? 799 00:36:45,999 --> 00:36:47,273 You know, I thought about policing, 800 00:36:47,273 --> 00:36:49,801 but not now that I have a baby. - Why not? 801 00:36:49,801 --> 00:36:51,471 (overlapping chatter) - She’s a mother-- 802 00:36:51,471 --> 00:36:54,471 Okay, you know what? Let’s not forget why we’re here, 803 00:36:54,471 --> 00:36:56,306 to cheers, Kelly. 804 00:36:57,075 --> 00:37:00,405 Congratulations on your not so very secret engagement. 805 00:37:00,405 --> 00:37:02,306 (cheering) 806 00:37:06,306 --> 00:37:10,372 Okay, okay. I would like to-- 807 00:37:10,372 --> 00:37:14,240 Oh, I love this song! Ugh! 808 00:37:14,240 --> 00:37:16,339 (laughing) 809 00:37:16,339 --> 00:37:20,108 I cannot hear this song and not move! 810 00:37:20,108 --> 00:37:22,471 Mom, we can’t talk when the music is so loud. 811 00:37:22,471 --> 00:37:26,768 Then don’t talk, dance. Come on! 812 00:37:26,768 --> 00:37:29,174 (cheering) 813 00:37:29,174 --> 00:37:31,768 (overlapping chatter) 814 00:37:37,306 --> 00:37:40,108 (hip-hop music) 815 00:37:56,537 --> 00:37:58,570 (grunting) 816 00:37:58,570 --> 00:38:00,405 (screaming) 817 00:38:03,141 --> 00:38:05,273 (panting) 818 00:38:06,273 --> 00:38:08,471 Whoa, so cute. 819 00:38:08,471 --> 00:38:09,966 It’s a goby fish. 820 00:38:09,966 --> 00:38:12,108 I got it with Jenn. We were what, 16? 821 00:38:13,174 --> 00:38:14,999 - Mm-hmm. - She’s the goby, not me. 822 00:38:14,999 --> 00:38:17,207 - Show me yours. - Ugh, no. That’s okay. 823 00:38:17,207 --> 00:38:19,471 She’s the pistol shrimp. They’re best buddies. 824 00:38:19,471 --> 00:38:21,405 Like, symbiotic? 825 00:38:22,570 --> 00:38:24,240 (both): Mutualistic. 826 00:38:24,240 --> 00:38:25,570 Jinx, buy me a Coke. 827 00:38:25,570 --> 00:38:27,570 Show your tattoo. Do it. - Ugh. 828 00:38:30,900 --> 00:38:33,834 Yeah, mutualism is the highest form of symbiosis 829 00:38:33,834 --> 00:38:35,240 because, um, well, it’s... 830 00:38:35,240 --> 00:38:36,966 Both parties’ benefit. 831 00:38:36,966 --> 00:38:40,207 Goby and the shrimp, they bond as juveniles 832 00:38:40,207 --> 00:38:42,141 and then they stay together their entire lives. 833 00:38:42,141 --> 00:38:43,966 Just like me and Jenn. 834 00:38:44,405 --> 00:38:45,438 (knocking) 835 00:38:45,438 --> 00:38:46,570 I’ll get it. 836 00:38:46,570 --> 00:38:47,933 Yeah, thank you. 837 00:38:51,339 --> 00:38:53,405 - I’m here. - Yes, please. 838 00:38:59,042 --> 00:39:00,372 - I have new-- - No, I know... 839 00:39:00,372 --> 00:39:01,669 - Purple Rain-- - No, shh, stop, 840 00:39:01,669 --> 00:39:04,174 ’cause we have to do it in there. Okay? Oh, God. 841 00:39:05,306 --> 00:39:08,306 I’m here with new information on the Purple Rain case. 842 00:39:09,306 --> 00:39:11,900 - What are you doing? - It’s about the informant. 843 00:39:11,900 --> 00:39:14,999 I don’t care, not at my engagement party, give me this! 844 00:39:14,999 --> 00:39:18,141 Put it on my desk upstairs and deal with it later, come on. 845 00:39:18,636 --> 00:39:21,504 (indistinct chatter) 846 00:39:33,339 --> 00:39:37,372 I gotta get her home, she’s had way too much tequila. 847 00:39:37,372 --> 00:39:39,207 I’m gonna throw up. - Wow. 848 00:39:39,207 --> 00:39:40,999 Okay. Uh, where’s your bathroom? 849 00:39:40,999 --> 00:39:43,339 There’s one that way or upstairs, please. 850 00:39:43,339 --> 00:39:44,636 I’m just gonna take her upstairs 851 00:39:44,636 --> 00:39:46,306 because this is already embarrassing enough, 852 00:39:46,306 --> 00:39:48,471 you don’t need to see her hurl her guts. 853 00:39:48,471 --> 00:39:50,504 Come on. There you go, there you go. 854 00:39:51,471 --> 00:39:53,471 What are you two guys up to? 855 00:39:53,471 --> 00:39:55,966 (both): What are you talking about? 856 00:39:55,966 --> 00:39:58,372 I am not ready to shut this night down, 857 00:40:04,405 --> 00:40:08,537 - That’s a good idea! - Tomorrow is another day. 858 00:40:08,537 --> 00:40:11,240 Excelsior! 859 00:40:11,240 --> 00:40:12,570 Come on! 860 00:40:13,141 --> 00:40:14,636 My baby... 861 00:40:14,636 --> 00:40:17,372 Mm, my baby. - Yeah. 862 00:40:19,438 --> 00:40:21,504 - Bye. - Bye. 863 00:40:23,372 --> 00:40:26,372 That woman was out of my life. 864 00:40:26,372 --> 00:40:29,603 She’s your mother, she’s always gonna be in your life. 865 00:40:32,405 --> 00:40:34,669 Thank you. I love you. 866 00:40:35,900 --> 00:40:37,372 Say hi to my baby. 867 00:40:37,372 --> 00:40:40,966 Okay. That... that was a lot. 868 00:40:40,966 --> 00:40:43,405 Uh, Kelly, bravo. 869 00:40:43,405 --> 00:40:45,141 Sam, I love you. 870 00:40:45,141 --> 00:40:48,537 And Tequila Sheila, the Uber’s on the way, we’re gonna go. 871 00:40:48,537 --> 00:40:52,273 Good luck with your drug busts and your gang detangling. 872 00:40:52,273 --> 00:40:56,042 Good luck dismantling the coral reefs of the world. 873 00:40:56,042 --> 00:40:58,636 Brush your teeth. - Shall we? 874 00:40:59,999 --> 00:41:02,108 Let’s do this. - Let’s do it. 875 00:41:07,075 --> 00:41:08,372 Wow. 876 00:41:08,999 --> 00:41:10,504 I guess Jenn sobered up pretty quickly 877 00:41:10,504 --> 00:41:12,372 when we weren’t watching her, huh? 878 00:41:14,999 --> 00:41:16,405 You okay? 879 00:41:17,339 --> 00:41:19,273 I just feel really stupid. 880 00:41:20,273 --> 00:41:22,042 I really liked Ro. 881 00:41:24,075 --> 00:41:26,306 She kind of made me feel like less of a weirdo. 882 00:41:26,306 --> 00:41:29,372 - Mm. - Kell, what’s wrong with me? 883 00:41:30,306 --> 00:41:31,504 What? 884 00:41:32,999 --> 00:41:34,636 Like, when will I ever learn? 885 00:41:34,636 --> 00:41:37,174 What are you supposed to learn? Hmm? 886 00:41:37,174 --> 00:41:40,999 To never let anyone in? To always have your walls up? 887 00:41:41,636 --> 00:41:44,999 No, honey, that’s no good. Come here. 888 00:41:49,174 --> 00:41:51,141 You should take your own advice. 889 00:41:51,141 --> 00:41:52,372 Your mom... 890 00:41:53,504 --> 00:41:55,141 She’s not so bad. 891 00:41:58,636 --> 00:42:00,207 Yeah. 892 00:42:01,141 --> 00:42:02,339 Maybe. 893 00:42:03,306 --> 00:42:05,603 (soft music) 894 00:42:38,570 --> 00:42:40,768 (grunting) 895 00:42:40,768 --> 00:42:43,504 (panting) 896 00:43:10,240 --> 00:43:11,735 Subtitling: difuze 897 00:43:11,785 --> 00:43:16,335 Repair and Synchronization by Easy Subtitles Synchronizer 1.0.0.0 67255

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