01x01 - I'm in a Hurry

Episode transcripts for the TV show "The Dropout". Aired: March 3, 2022 - present.
Miniseries based on the podcast The Dropout tells the story of the rise and fall of the youngest self-made billionaire, Elizabeth Holmes.
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01x01 - I'm in a Hurry

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MAN: We are on the record

at the beginning of media
number one, volume one.

WOMAN: This is the testimony
of Elizabeth Holmes.

Going on the record
in San Francisco, California,

nine o'clock a.m. on July th, .

LAWYER: Ms. Holmes,
please raise your right hand.

You swear to tell the truth,
the whole truth,

and nothing but the truth?

I do.

LAWYER: This is an investigation
of Theranos Inc SF

to determine whether
there have been violations

of certain provisions
of federal security laws.

Any reason why you can't give full,
complete, and truthful testimony today?

say the company name?


I thought it was Ther-ah-nos.

No. Theranos. It's a mix
between "Therapy" and "Diagnosis."

Why not Theranosis?


Because the name is Theranos.

Actually, can we cut that part
about the name?

So, currently we have employees.

We are valued at nine billion dollars.


We offer of the most
commonly ordered blood tests.

And the best part is...

LAWYER: "We don't use a
syringe for any of it."

Then you go on to say,
"We can run tests

on a single drop of blood."

Would you characterize
those claims as truthful?

rapid-f*re questions.

We call them "Maker's Minute."

So you are America's
youngest female self-made billionaire.

- That's pretty cool.


INTERVIEWER: If you are what you eat,

what are you?

Green juice.

INTERVIEWER: Favorite place to visit.

Uh, my office.

INTERVIEWER: Best word to describe you?

Uh... [SIGHS]

Mission oriented.


♪ choir singing ♪

OFFICIANT: You don't have to finish.

You can stop if you want to stop.

Hey, hey, hey, hey.

Don't cross the track
till the last runner is done, alright?

Why is she still running?

Go, Elizabeth. You are doing great!

Why does she run so weird?

WOMAN : A healthcare pioneer
is being compared to visionaries

like Bill Gates and Steve Jobs...

MAN : ... revolutionary company
that threatens to change healthcare,

the same way that Amazon changed retail

or Apple, yes, changed the
cell phone. It could be the...

MAN : We've got a just
really smart female CEO

who's going to do
a wonderful thing for the world.

You want it to work.
We all want that to work.

MAN : Not only did
they fool the investors,

they fooled the media.

They fooled patients.

They fooled doctors.

WOMAN : It was a medical fraud.

WOMAN : This disregard
for patients' lives

was unconscionable.

They hurt people.

This company hurt people.


WOMAN: [ON CD] Can you help me?
My wallet has been stolen.

- _

I'm not listening to this.



Dude, why does your music blow so hard?

Do you want to walk home from school
or do you want me to drive you?


CHRISTIAN: You're such a biatch.

♪ I'm in a hurry to get things done ♪

♪ Oh, I rush and rush
until life's no fun ♪

This is a great song.

♪ All I really gotta
do is live and die ♪

♪ But I'm in a hurry
and don't know why ♪

[ON CD] ♪ Don't know why ♪

♪ I have to drive so fast ♪

♪ My car has nothing to prove ♪

CHRISTIAN: Why is dad home?


It was pink slips for , Enron...




The kids are here.

Are you going to tell them?

REPORTER : ... increasing
consumer spending in October...

Your father lost his job.

Everyone lost their jobs.

Company's bankrupt. It's on TV.

REPORTER : And many Enron employees

will lose more than just their jobs.

At the outside of this
year, fully half...

NOEL: Who wants a snack?

REPORTER : ... (k)
money was in company stock.

CHRISTIAN: I don't want Snackwells.

Mom. Mom! I don't want Snackwells.

This is what we have.

- Enron Corporation now heading...
- CHRIS: They lied to me.

About everything.

The whole company.

It was a... fraud.

You didn't know?

Does this mean
we're gonna have to move again?

Not if your father
asks Richard for help.

CHRIS: I don't want to talk
about this in front of the kids.

Lorraine said he would help.

All you have to do is call.

She's your friend.

I'm not asking the husband
of your friend for money.

He's classless, he's
a scam artist, he's...

Well, I'm not gonna move again.

I'm not asking Richard.


Enron, huh?

I saw that coming.

Well, I wish I had as well.

- Well, on a lighter note,

uh, early decision at Stanford, huh?

- NOEL: Hmm.
- You must be a legacy.

- No. I'm a President's Scholar.
- We are so...

- Oh.
- ELIZABETH: It means that

I'm the top ten percent
of the accepted students.



- You're not shy about that.

Well, why would I be?

LORRAINE: I don't know.

President's Scholar sounds like
you're gonna be president some day.

I don't wanna be president.

I, I wanna be a billionaire.


RICHARD: Well...

- Is this cheese?
- It's chevre.

You know,
it's not just about... the money.

You have to have a, a purpose.

She's going to study
biomedical engineering.

We come from a long line of doctors
on my side of the family.

First step is...


And then I'm gonna graduate,

and I plan on inventing a product

and start a company.

Well, I may know
a little something about that.

Richard's company has hundreds
of medical patents.

- RICHARD: Mm-hm.
- He could give you some advice.

But don't you just file patents

so companies have to pay you off?

- No.
- Right?

NOEL: No. That is not
what Richard does at all.

I wouldn't put it that way.

The medical training company
that I started

sold for over $ million.

But I get the feeling you think
you're smarter than me.



Would anyone like to see
the upstairs remodel before dinner?


LORRAINE: One taker. Anybody else?

Chris, maybe this is a good time
for you to talk to Richard.


- Richard, can we go in the other...
- How bad is it?

Well... well, it's fine.

It's, it's gonna be fine.

Lorraine says you need help
with your house.

Richard, um, I'm going to wait
till the kids leave,

- uh, to keep talking.
- Yes. Come on, kids, let's go.

LORRAINE: Oh, I want you
to see this wainscoting.

We haven't sold our old house.

You can stay there.

I don't mean to put you
on the spot. I could help.

Thank you. Yes.



Oh. I didn't see you.

Don't take Richard's money.

We don't need him.


Remember this?

You invented a time machine.

I was seven.

That's stupid.

Look at this.

You wrote me a letter.


"Dear Dad,

"What I really want out of life

"is to discover something new.

Something mankind didn't know
it was possible to do..."


I'm sorry. I'm sorry.

I'm sorry.


♪ I'm in a hurry to get things done ♪

♪ Oh, I rush and rush
until life's no fun ♪

♪ All I really gotta
do is live and die ♪

♪ But I'm in a hurry
and don't know why ♪

♪ Can't be late ♪

♪ I leave in plenty of time ♪

♪ Shaking hands with the clock ♪

♪ I can't stop ♪

♪ I'm on a roll
and I'm ready to rock, oh ♪

♪ I'm in a hurry to get things done ♪

♪ Oh, I rush and rush
until life's no fun ♪

♪ All I really gotta do
is live and die ♪

♪ But I'm in a hurry
and don't know why ♪

♪ I'm in a hurry to get things done ♪

♪ Oh, I rush and rush ♪

So we just need to do
some blood work for the physical.

- Where are you going this summer?
- Beijing.

She's going to need to lie down.
Blood makes her faint.

- No, it doesn't. I'm fine.
- She gets it from me.

NURSE: Here, eat these cookies,

and I'll be right back
to draw your blood.

You need to touch up your roots.

You look better blonde.

- Hey, Mom.
- Yeah.

I want you to know that

I'm considering becoming
sexually active this summer


Is there a boy you know

going on the... Beijing trip?

I haven't picked anybody out.

But I, I wanna do it
before I go to college,

and I wanted you to know.

Are you gonna be careful?

Obviously. I'll use condoms.

No. I mean, yes, use condoms,

but that's not what I was talking about.


boys aren't always going
to act like gentlemen,

so it is up to you

to protect yourself

as a woman...

- NURSE: Excuse me.
- Uh, yep.


[WHISPERING] You have to watch out.

When you travel,

a nice man could turn around

and kidnap you
and make you a sex sl*ve and then...

I just need your left arm.

I can't look at this. I'll be outside.

- ELIZABETH: Mom, wait.
- I'll be outside.


It's okay. You got this.


LAWYER: And you and Mr. Balwani
were engaged in a romantic relationship?


LAWYER: And after Mr. Balwani joined
the company as president and COO,

did you ever tell investors

that you and Mr. Balwani had
a romantic relationship

at the time you were asking them
to invest in Theranos?


LAWYER: And when did you first
get to know Mr. Sunny Balwani?


[bl*ws WHISTLE]


[bl*ws WHISTLE]

- ♪
- _




No. No, truly, when are Josh
and those guys coming?

- It's like, I gotta know.
- I don't know

but, like, are they bringing beer?

Oh, I hope they're bringing beer.
Yeah, we're gonna drink.

No, Josh is like, he's on.

No, it's so fun.
It's gonna be such a good time.

- I'm gonna get drunk!
- What are you wearing?

My god, speak English.

- It's Friday.


- She's so weird!

♪ And I'm not only among ♪

♪ But I invite who I want to come ♪

♪ So I missed a million miles of fun ♪

♪ I know it's up for me ♪

♪ If you steal my sunshine ♪

♪ Making sure I'm not in too deep ♪

♪ If you steal my sunshine ♪

♪ Keeping versed and on my feet ♪

♪ If you steal my sunshine ♪


♪ I know it's done... ♪

Yeah, I don't know what you're saying.

I'm not good at this.




[IN ENGLISH] You don't need the "shi."

It, it translates to
"you very impressive."

So, you go from the noun
straight to the degree adverb.


Are you an administrator here?

Why, because I'm old?

Yes, it's a college program.

I came because I wanted
to learn Mandarin.

China's just entered the WTO.

It's going to be
the manufacturing capital of the world.


- Do you have a job or something?
- No.

I started a software company
and sold it for $ million.

You're not supposed to open
the lid all the way.

It's not going to cook.

No, I can't watch this.

Come with me and get some real food.

Come on.

I can't leave the dorm with you.


Wait. Wait.

Le... Uh, let me just...

Let me grab my money belt.


ELIZABETH: Are you a Muslim?

I'm Hindu. That's why my family had
to leave Pakistan and move to India.

And then I got the f*ck out of there
and moved to California.

Do you miss your home?

I don't know what my home is.

When we left Pakistan,

we had to leave our house,
we had to leave everything.

And after that,

I wanted to go to the
States for college.

This was in .

How old were you in ' ?

- Uh, I was two.
- Jesus.

Try some of my scorpion.

No. Thank you.

- It's crunchy.
- No way.


- Go on, take a bite.
- I don't want to take a bite.

Do it.



ELIZABETH: It's not funny.



You can go.

I want to stay here

till I know you're safe.

♪ Sparklehorse's Gold Day playing ♪

♪ Good morning, my child ♪

♪ Stay with me a while ♪


- I can't.
- You can't hear how that's wrong?


You know what?
You're not trying hard enough.

It's not that hard.

That's why I think I want to focus
on the biomedical industry.

Because I want to help people

and I want to be a billionaire.

Like Steve Jobs.

You know what you want.

I do.

Thank you.

For what?

Not laughing.

My dad comes from an incredible family
of inventors and businessmen.

He just wants me
to live up to my potential.

What about your parents?

My mother's in India.

My dad d*ed a couple of years ago.


I'm so sorry.


I don't want to talk about it.

Would you like to dance?

♪ Spirits in the trees ♪

♪ And drown all the clocks ♪


This doesn't feel right.


- we can just...
- Yeah.

♪ Keep all your crows away ♪

♪ Hold skinny wolves at bay ♪

♪ In silver piles of smiles ♪

The sunset is beautiful.

It's the air pollution.

You know what this has meant to me?


This whole month has been...

Yeah, but we don't have to say goodbye.

Because I'm gonna be
in Palo Alto in August,

and then we'll live in the same city.

What time do you have
to leave for India tomorrow?


My mother's arranged
this whole dinner thing.

Can I ask you something?

How did your dad die?

You never told me.

He went to the hospital
with chest pains.

And the idiot doctor ordered
a bunch of tests,

but they were the wrong tests.

He said it was just stress
and sent him home.

And then, that night he d*ed.

Of a heart att*ck.

Completely f*cking preventable.

And I think about it every single day!

I don't know, I...

I get angry sometimes.

Give me your wallet.

It's custom in China

to burn the things

that you want the d*ad
to have in the afterlife.


For your dad.


[BOTH bl*wing]

We're gonna burn
this f*cking building down.


I should get to bed.

Have a good freshman year.

♪ Justin Timberlake's
Rock Your Body playing ♪

♪ Just let me rock you
till the break of day ♪


♪ Dance with me ♪

♪ Guy time, but I don't mind ♪


♪ I'll have whatever you have ♪

- ♪ Come on, just... ♪
- Give it a whirl...

Oh shit.

Your shower caddy.

It's okay.

Don't worry.


Rock you, girl...

Because it's beautiful.

Microfluidics is beautiful? How?

Microfluidics is...

Okay, imagine printer ink.

So your printer has

one base color to start,
and then it goes through,

say, three different channels

and then that reaches
three different destinations,

and each of those has
a different reactive

that give you a different color.

SUNNY: So you want to
make ink cartridges.

- No.
- SUNNY: I'm kidding.

By the way, I'm sorry
we didn't talk yesterday.

I was moving into my new place.

Hey, do you like beer?

'Cause I really like it.

SUNNY: Ah, so you like microfluidics

and beer.

- Sunny.
- SUNNY: Yeah.

I really love it here.

♪ Wolf Parade's
I'll Believe in Anything playing ♪

♪ Give me your eyes ♪

♪ I need sunshine ♪

♪ Give me your eyes ♪

♪ I need sunshine ♪

♪ Your blood, your bones ♪

♪ Your voice, and your ghost ♪

♪ We've both been very brave ♪

♪ Walk around with both legs ♪

WOMAN: I'm not a software engineer.

I'm a physician and a scientist.

But I do think that technology

can have an enormous, uh, impact

on the healthcare industry.

And I, I do think that
we're just starting to understand

the impact that technology can have

on all parts of our life.


- So you are a doctor?
- WOMAN: Yes.

An inventor.

An investor.

You've served on boards of companies.

I mean, why are you also a professor?

Because, honestly,

Stanford is the most exciting place
to be right now.

And it's ,

so just imagine what tech
is gonna be able to do in .

And it's gonna be up to you guys.

What are they calling you these days?
The Millennials.


'Cause you, you grew up with computers.

You're not scared of what they can do.

But you still have to remember
there's a lot

that we don't know.

And you, you, are the ones
who are gonna find out.


- Professor Robertson.
- Oh god, it's you. No.

No, I can't let you in.

It is a graduate-level research group

and you are a freshman?

- Right.
- So, you're not ready.

I know, but I, I was thinking...

Why do you want to be
in a graduate group?

Just be a freshman.

Just run around and get drunk
and break some hearts

and sleep with your boyfriend.

Oh, I broke up with my
boyfriend this morning

'cause he's too much of a distraction.

How did that go?

Pretty good.

- Pretty good, huh?
- You need to change the flow rate.

That's why your
experiment is not working.

- Wait, what?
- You need to change the flow rate.

How do you know
what we're working on here?

Because my TA, Rakesh,
let me look at his notes.

He's a Cubs fan. I bought him a hat.

Come on.



Where are we on the flow rate?

What's up, dude?

Hey, what's up?

It's not the flow rate. I tried that.

We think maybe changing the viscosity
a little bit might...

You... Um...

You, you did, you sped up the flow rate

but in order to, to maintain
the average linear velocity,

you... you need to also increase
the dimension

of the five outlet channels.

- That's not true. I personally...
- Yes, it is.

Yes, it is.

RAKESH: Mm-hmm.

She's one of my freshmen.

f*ck, you're a freshman.

You're in.

- Can you get her a lab coat?
- Nice.

ELIZABETH: Channing said he would hear
my ideas for products.

And we're working
on such amazing technologies.

professor is in love with you.

No, he's not.

SUNNY: Whatever.

Am I going to see you this summer?

- See me?
- Yeah, see you.

Uh... I don't know.

What are you up to?

I'm very busy.

I'm going to be driving around
in my new Lamborghini.

ELIZABETH: Ooh. You got a Lamborghini.

SUNNY: Yes, the most expensive one.


SUNNY: Because I can.

Because no one thinks
that you're a t*rror1st

when you drive a Lamborghini.

- f*ck.

ROBERTSON: So, you wrote
this up this summer?

Yeah, I had a little too much downtime
at my internship.

So it's a, it's a patch.

I can see that.

It's a wearable device

that administers a drug,
just like an antibiotic,

directly into the patient's bloodstream

while simultaneously monitoring

whether the medication is working.

It's diagnosis and therapy
at the same time.

Huh. Yeah.

I want to start a company.

And I'd like you to
be a founding member.

[CHUCKLES] I don't want to wait.

David Filo and Jerry Yang started Yahoo

while they were in your program.

You must have invested.

Actually they asked me, and I said no.

Wish I could take that one back.

You know what, I'm gonna put you
in touch with a physician

to talk about the viability of this.

Do you know Phyllis Gardner?

Channing Robertson sent you?

Yes, I'm in his graduate research group

as a, a h*m*.



um, it's never gonna work.

A patch is too small to store full doses

of a single drug,
let alone multiple dr*gs,

and the reagents needed
for long-term testing.

But then even if it could, it would
have to provide long-term storage

for those chemicals
at body temperature and...

Let's just, let-let's
put all that aside.

Let, let, let's say that you were able
to work out a way

to do any of that.

If you think that people want a patch

to diagnose them and then put medicine

directly into their skin,

then you've never met
a sick person before.

People go to school for a very long time

to understand how to diagnose patients.

You can't get a diagnosis from a patch

because human beings aren't machines.

But doctors make mistakes.

And this would be based on data, so...

Well, data isn't everything.

Um, people your age need to remember

that machines make mistakes too,

especially when humans
are operating them.

- Yeah, but...
- It's, it's fine.

It's, uh, nothing personal.

You had an idea, it's not gonna work,

so you just, you keep learning.

Keep trying.

I'm going to be heading home

and, uh, very nice to meet you.

"Do or do not,

there is no try."


That's Yoda.

From Star Wars.


Professor Gardner.

Wait, wait.

I just think that,

I think that we can work together.

- Work together?
- Yeah.

You're, you're a, what,
freshman, h*m*?

I just started my h*m* year.

So you've had a couple of classes,
maybe a seminar or two,

and now you think you know enough
to start a company.

I just thought as a, as a woman, you...

Well, as a woman,
let me explain something to you.

You don't get to skip any steps.

You have to do the work.

Your work, other people's work.

You have to do so much work

that they have to admit that you did it
and nobody helped you.

You have to take away all their excuses.

And then if you get anything,

anything wrong, they'll destroy you.

And they'll be so happy to do it.

So no, as a woman,
I can't help you right now.

And just... [SIGHS]

One other thing, don't ever quote Yoda

to anybody ever again.

Science is trying.

That's all that it is.

You only get to really do something

when you've been trying for so long

that doing doesn't even seem
possible anymore.

So science is real.

Yoda is a fictional green character

who apparently know everything
in the universe

except for syntax and grammar.

So I'm sorry your idea's impossible,

but that's the way the world works.

The world works in certain ways

until a great idea comes along

and, and changes everything.

Okay, I'm gonna, I'm gonna go now.

My husband's waiting for me
with a glass of red wine

and a foot massage

and a DVD of My Big Fat Greek Wedding

which came in the mail today.

So I suggest

you find a version of that

for yourself.

You're .

You don't have to be
anything else right now.

RAKESH: Beep-boop-beep-boop-beep.

What do we have here?

Oh. Oh wow, that's alive.


You are gonna come up with a new thing.

Should I just stop? What should I do?

Well, you could, I don't know, like,

try being a h*m* in college
for a night.

That might be fun.

You like a capella?

You ever heard Don't Stop Believing
in -part harmony?

It's fun.

♪ Club music playing ♪

That's so funny!



How are you guys?

Oh my god, that's hilarious.


Oh my god, that's hilarious.

That's the best joke ever.

That's so funny.

I'm having so much fun.






LAWYER: Ms. Holmes. Ms. Holmes.

Please answer the question.

I... don't remember specifically.

LAWYER: You were the CEO.


LAWYER: And you don't
remember specifically?

ELIZABETH: I, I don't, uh...

No, I don't recall
details from years ago.

I, I, I...

I don't recall.

♪ Dreamy guitar playing ♪

LAWYER: Ms. Holmes.

Ms. Holmes.

Do you need a break?


[WHISPERING] What's wrong with her?

Did something happen?

[WHISPERING] At the party.

I think a guy did something to her.

I don't know the whole story,
but she went to the police.

The police.

GIRL : She said it was r*pe.

GIRL : Really?

Do you believe her?

I don't know.

- Let's go.




Hey, where have you been?

I tried calling you for a few days.

I've been busy.

SUNNY: I miss you.

You know how much I miss you
when I don't talk to you.

ELIZABETH: Do you know how weird
that is that you would say that to me?

I'm .

I'm .

You should talk to
somebody your own age.

SUNNY: That's what you want?



This is f*cking weird.

Don't call me again.


♪ tense music ♪


MAN: Ms. Holmes.

They're ready for you.


What did they say?

ELIZABETH: They aren't recommending
any disciplinary action.

I know that.

But what did they say?

It's my word against his.

They don't believe me.

I can't get anyone to believe me.

I ca... I can't get the smell out.

I think we should just throw it out.


This is dangerous. This could hurt you.

We should get rid of it.

[GRUNTING] I need your help.


- Get under it.

- Yeah. Come on.
- Wait, wait, wait.

Mom, I have to put it down.
I have to put it down.

Alright. Slowly, slowly, slowly.

- Go.
- NOEL: Okay.

Ugh. I don't want
to do this right now. I...


No, just go back to the hotel.
I don't... leave me alone.

I believe you.

I believe you.
I believe everything you said.

But I, I didn't...

You told me to be careful,
and I didn't listen to you.

I was drinking.

Men will... take

and... take from you.

So you have to decide right now

if you are going to let that stop you.

- But how...
- You just put it away

and forget it.


then one day,

one day, you'll just be fine again.

Come on. This thing smells awful.


Great. Okay.

And one, two... three!





I love you.

We should wash our hands.


♪ Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs' Y Control playing ♪

♪ Oh so all my lovin' go's ♪

♪ Under the fog, fog, fog ♪

♪ And I will leave them all ♪

♪ Well, I'm just a poor little baby ♪

♪ 'Cause, well, I believe them all ♪

♪ Oh, so while you're growing old ♪

♪ Under the g*n, g*n, g*n ♪

♪ And I believe them all ♪

♪ Well, I'm just one poor baby ♪

♪ 'Cause, well, I believe them all ♪

♪ I wish I could buy back ♪

♪ The woman you stole ♪

- You're back.
- I'm back.

It's a redesign.

It's a box the size of an iPod.

And it doesn't administer medicine,

it tests your blood.

What if you could test your blood

in your own home?

And what if it's not a whole vial

but just a drop?

It would always be with you.

And it... could keep you safe.

♪ Oh, so all my lovin' goes ♪

♪ Under the fog, fog, fog ♪

♪ And I will leave them all ♪

♪ Well, I'm just a poor little baby ♪

♪ 'Cause, well, I believe them all ♪

♪ I wish I could buy back ♪

♪ The woman you stole ♪

♪ Y-control, Y-control ♪

♪ You walk, walk, walk, walk, walk
my winners ♪

♪ Out of control ♪

So Channing wants us to begin
the research phase

as soon as possible.

We're renting office space
in east Palo Alto.

But isn't that the part of the city

they told you not to go to
during orientation?

- Yeah, it's dangerous.
- Yeah.

I got lost there during the move in

when you sent me to
the Urban Outfitters.

We can't afford anything else right now.

And I wanted to ask you
if you would consider

investing my tuition money
into the company.

Well, how would we pay for your tuition?

Well, you won't have to,

because I'm, I'm going to drop out.

- You're gonna do what?
- No. No!

Steve Jobs dropped out.
Bill Gates dropped out.

Michael Dell, Paul Allen, Elon Musk...

Who's Paul Allen?

- He's the other Microsoft guy.
- I don't care.

You're not dropping out of Stanford.

Start a company after you've graduated.

No. I, I don't even go
to class anymore...

Wait, you don't go to class?

Elizabeth, is this about what happened?

- Noel.
- No.


NOEL: What does this thing even do?

It... tests your blood?


Mom, you would never have
to have a needle ever again.


I don't understand you...

I know.

LORRAINE: Guess what?

Elizabeth Holmes
dropped out of Stanford.

And get this,
she invented a medical device.

Some sort of blood testing thing.

A professor from
Stanford is helping her.

They already raised a lot of money.

- She didn't call for my advice.
- What do you mean?

She's going to be doing
the exact same thing

that I'm doing.

She doesn't call me?

She's a kid.

She probably doesn't have
our phone number.


'Cause they all think
they're better than us.

That whole family.

Anyway, Mrs. Holmes said that...

Why do you call her Mrs. Holmes?

She calls you Lorraine.

Why do you call her Mrs. Holmes?

I never thought about it.

She should have called me.

Don't make a big thing of it.

I'm not.

I just think that
she should have called me.




SUNNY: What happened?

Was someone sh**ting at you?


It was a stray b*llet.

There was a fight, I think.

Thank you for coming.

Why did you call me?

You told me never to talk to you again.

I don't know.

Yes, you do. Why am I here?

Why am I here?

You can't push me away again.

I'm going to protect you.

I know.

LAWYER: Do you ever
recall telling anyone,

your patients, your
investors, your board,

that in fact none of the technology
you claimed to have invented

was operational?

And that the results they received
were often inaccurate?

Do you recall telling
any of these people

that your company
was endangering their lives

by giving them false information
about their health?

I know that we made

so many mistakes,

but we were,

we were trying
to, to, to take this forward

and at that time

we thought that we were doing
the right thing.

♪ LCD Soundsystem's
North American Scum playing ♪
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