03x10 - The Demon of the End

Episode transcripts for TV show, "Evil". Aired: September 2019 to present.
Skeptical Kristen teams up with David, a priest in training as they investigate the church's backlog of unexplained mysteries.
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03x10 - The Demon of the End

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May he rest in the arms of the Lord

who formed him from
the dust of the earth.

No, no, God, please!


Oh, God.

ANDREA: He tried to protect her.

He tried to protect her! [CRYING]



Grace, are you all right?

Are you hurt? Who did this?

A man came for me.

His Eminence shouldn't be d*ad.

- Where are the police?
- Not yet.

Grace's presence in the United
States remains unofficial.

Whoever did this will try again.

We have to protect her.

We're taking her to the Vatican.

GRACE: I thought he was coming for me,

not His Eminence.

I've never been so blind before.

Come with me, Grace. Hurry.

Don't stop.

He'll come for you next.

Excuse me.







♪ You can't roller
skate in a buffalo herd ♪

♪ You can't roller
skate in a buffalo herd ♪

♪ You can't roller
skate in a buffalo herd ♪

♪ But you can be happy
if you've a mind to ♪

♪ You can't take a shower
in a parakeet cage ♪

♪ You can't take a shower
in a parakeet cage ♪

♪ You can't take a shower
in a parakeet cage ♪

♪ But you can be happy
if you've a mind to ♪

♪ All you got to do is
put your mind to it ♪

♪ Knuckle down, buckle
down, do it, do it, do it ♪

♪ Well, you can't go
swimming in a baseball glove ♪

♪ You can't go swimming
in a baseball glove ♪

♪ You can't go swimming
in a baseball glove ♪

♪ But you can be happy
if you've a mind to. ♪

Let's get to work.


my condolences.

How are you doing?




- You want to work?
- Father, we... we thought we would just

- start again next week.
- No. Matt would want us to work.

Twice as hard.

I cried all last night.

I'll cry again tonight, but...

during the day, we'll work.

KRISTEN: We can take it from here.

People think they're being helpful

when they take work away from a mourner.

They're not.

I need work more than
anything right now.

Demonic infestation.

A new family in the parish.


people move into a house

and start seeing and hearing demons.

We'll get right on it.



Oh, my God.


That's my neighbor's house.

BEN: Well, things are getting
more personal, aren't they?

DAVID: Do you know them?

Um, no, not really. I mean...

they moved in a couple months ago.

I think I gave them
flowers as a welcome gift.

Do you want to hang back?

No, no, I mean, I just hope
it's not weird for them.

- Want to talk first?
- No, that's okay.


Hi, Ms., um, Gibson?

Uh, we're assessors
with the Catholic Church,

and we've been asked to come by
and take a look at some issues

- with your home.
- Oh, yes, right.

Please, come in. Hello?

Hi, yes. I'm Kristen from next door.

Right. With the four daughters.
Is everything all right?

Yes, everything's fine. Um,
this is gonna sound weird,

but I'm actually also an assessor.

- What? Really?
- Yes.

If you'd like for David and Ben

- to just deal with this, I can stand...
- No, no.

Come on in. I... I met
your daughter, Lynn.

She's very sweet.

Yeah? Oh, thanks.

Oh, wow.

Oh, gosh, your house it's beautiful.

SHEILA: Thank you. I think
we have a similar floor plan.

Oh, boy, and my house is
much messier than yours.


Yeah, I-I could never
figure out how to keep

white walls clean like that,

you know, with little
children just walking around..

- No, aah, ah!
- Oh, sorry, I shouldn't have touched that.

- I'm sorry, um...
- It's okay.

Did they send you out
because we're neighbors?

Oh, no, that's just a coincidence.

We handle all of New York.

- What an interesting job.
- Isn't it?

Yeah, I would say, "what a strange
job", but here I am needing you.

I'm Sheila. Would you
like something to drink?

No, no, we're good. Um,
so, uh, what's happening?

We started recording
this about two weeks ago.


- It's over there.
- What is that?

JORDAN: I have no idea.

SHEILA: What is that?

The noises kept us up all night.

Do you have the same thing?

What night was this?

- SHEILA: The th.

And what wall is this?

- There.
- Right.

So that wall connects to my hallway.

I think if I had my bedroom door closed,

yeah, there's a chance
I wouldn't have heard it.

- Mm, we heard it in here, too.
- Mm-hmm.

This was from another night.

- Mom!



Okay, yeah.



Yeah, this is

my daughters' room, on the other side.

Um, why don't I ask them

if they heard something that night?

Right, uh, anything else?

Blood came out of our faucet.

- When was this?
- A month ago.

I didn't get a video of it.

- Is there blood now?
- No.

But the pipes keep making noises.

The report also said you saw demons?

No. The kids did, but
we never saw anything.

Aaron, our oldest, he said

he saw a demon's eyeball
floating up in our toilet,

but that's about it.

So what were all those
looks between you two?

KRISTEN: Yeah, so, um...

A few months ago, uh,

I had blood come up from my toilet.

- And Ben helped me with it.
- What the hell?

Yeah, it's an old house.
I just thought, um...

I don't know what I thought.

And I never told you this.

But when I was fixing your toilet,

an eyeball came up from the drain.

KRISTEN: And you didn't tell me?

I thought it would freak you out.

Of course it would freak me out!

So how is it from the house next door?

I don't know...

There's a shared sewer line.

So is it from theirs or from yours?

I don't know.

I-I'm not hearing any growls or groans

from-from the wall that
she's talking about.

Yeah, well, the plumbing you are.

Sure, but that-that was fixed.

Okay. Uh, I'll check with the Mons...

I'll check in with Father Ignatius.

Um, it's not a high exorcism,

so maybe he'll allow
me just to bless them.



Mom, what are you doing?

Oh. Nothing. I'm just
checking the plumbing.

I didn't know you girls were home.

We're always home at this hour.

- Go stand

on a nice little straight line

and look at the room, what do you see?

Is this a trick question?

Your room's a mess.

Okay? I was at another
family's house today.

Their kids' room was perfect.

- Okay, but let me guess...

All right, this is what we're gonna do.

And by "we're", I
mean "the four of you".

If your girls want to talk to
your dad in about minutes,

you're gonna have to clean
this mess up, all right?

Lynn, let me talk to you for a sec?

Mom, I'll make sure they do it.

No, no, no, I want to
talk about something else.

Mom, I had nothing to do with it, okay?

No, no, no, no, no, that's not it.

Um, you met the new
people next door, right?

- The... the new neighbors?
- Yeah.

Right, they said they met you. Um...

you girls aren't...

making sounds through
the walls to scare them?

- What?
- Do you girls go to the wall,

and-and make sounds there?

- Why would we do that?
- I don't know.

Because I'm a bad mother?

No, we don't.

In fact, the sister over
there, she makes scary noises

all the time through the air vent.

- She does?
- Mm-hmm.

Not to me, but to Laura.

It used to scare Laura,
but now she just...

thinks it's funny.

Okay, Laura, can I talk to you?

- What did I do?
- All you.

- Come.
- What did I do?

Are we all getting talked to?

Clean up.

No, no, no, no, no,

no, no, no, no, stop that,
stop that, stop that, stop that.

With Dad gone, do you take
the whole bed or just half?

I sleep on the floor. Come on, sit down.


the girl from next door, she
talks to you through the vent?

Did Lynn say that?

Yeah. What's her name?


And she tries to scare you?


She makes "woo-ooh" noises.

But then I tell her I'm not scared,

so she says go to the kitchen,

get a glass, and she'll make it break.

What does that mean?

I don't know. I've never done it.

I'm a good girl!


Oh, hello, again.

Hi, I just didn't want
my first neighborly act

to be assessing your house.

- You didn't need to do that.
- It's blueberry.

Well, thank you. The kids will love it.

We'll have to get the
families together sometime.

I would love that. You
know what, actually, I think

my youngest has been
talking to your daughter.

- What?
- Uh, my youngest, Laura.

I think she's been talking to Crystal?

I don't have a daughter.

Maybe she's been to talking to Johnny.


Yes. Adorable children,

in a very, very, tidy room. Very good.

All right, let's talk to Dad.


GIRLS: Ten, nine,

eight, seven, six...

Hello, it's Sheryl. I'm not a ghost.

KRISTEN: Yeah, we're
upstairs, talking to Dad!

- Okay, I'm coming up.
- LAURA: Now we have to start over!

GIRLS: Ten, nine...

sorry, but I know your dad

would want you to carry
on. I'm so, so sorry.

... three, two, one!

- Dad? Hello?
- Dad?

- Can you see us?
- Are you here?

- Hello?
- Dad?

Uh, hello?

Who are you?

Uh, Edward Tragoren.

I'm the one who purchased
your husband's business.


- girls, g... go into your room.
- What? No, Mom, why can't we be here?

- Is something wrong?
- Mom?

Yeah, uh, girls, come on, let's go.

Now, out, out, out, come on.

Hurry up.


Where's Andy?

There was an avalanche

on the north face yesterday.


caught several parties by surprise.

And Andy was up there

with one of our guides...

- Um...
- Nothing is confirmed.

The rescue team is up there.

The avalanche, what-what size was it?




- Trust me.
- I know he's not. She told me he's not d*ad.

Who told you that?

Grace. She said he wasn't d*ad.

And that he was gonna
come back on Thursday.

Oh, sweetheart, I'm sorry,
but that's not how things work.

I mean, we can, we can
all hope for a miracle,

but they don't always happen, okay?


- What do you think?
- I don't know.

- Lexis, talk to him.
- Yeah, talk to him.

What are you guys talking about?

- He hasn't been on in a long time.
- It doesn't matter.

You can poke him. Send him a message.

All right, you know
what, girls? I'm gonna,

I'm gonna make some pizza,
okay? Let's go downstairs.

Come on, come on, come on,
let's go, let's go, let's go.

- Pizza.

What do the Sharwa say?

The guides lost some
of their leaders, too.

They are searching,

but they're not holding out hope.

No, no, no, no, please.

You tell them to keep
looking. Andy is a survivor.

I am so sorry, Kristen.

I loved Andy. I loved him.


He was a hero.

He kept other climbers from dying.

Make sure your daughters know that.


SHERYL: What are you all doing?


Pollie the Pig, where are you?

- Girls?
- Pollie?

What... ?

- Hello?

Pollie, are you there?

- Pollie, quick...

open your app.

- Pollie?

EDWARD: This is my plan.
In addition to paying you

everything that I promised,

I'm also gonna put aside $,

for your daughters' college fund.



- No, no, no, don't...
- Mom, hang up.

- No, honey...
- No, no, no, Mom. He's lying!

He's lying, hang up! Dad is okay.

Dad's fine. He's not d*ad, Mom.

- I'm telling you, he's fine.

- It's Leland, he's doing something.

He's fine, Mom!

- He's actually okay, don't worry.
- Oh, shit.




[GROANS] What?

- Yes?

Leland, whatever you're doing, stop.

What do you mean? I
have to get rid of him.

No, the girls are onto you.

What are you talking about?

They poked you through Bumblebee Valley

when you were on with Edward.








♪ I don't know what's wrong
with these kids today ♪


- ♪ Kids! ♪
- ♪ Kids! ♪

BOTH: ♪ Who can understand
anything they say? ♪


♪ Why can't they be like we were? ♪

♪ Perfect in every way ♪

♪ Oh, what's the matter with kids ♪

♪ Today? ♪


No, I mean, I don't know.

I... I... I can't seem to find anything.

It's an R avalanche, so...

it would definitely be noted,

but I've written to all
of our climbing friends.

They haven't heard anything yet.

- I'm coming over.
- No, it's okay.

Um, Ben's here for the girls, so...

Are you sure?

Yeah, I'm sure.

It's just...

[CHOKED UP]: I'm just worried that
everything's going to get worse.

[SIGHS] Kristen.

I know you don't believe in God, but...

sometimes it helps to even
pretend to believe in him.

It's-it's comforting.


- Would you pray for Andy, Father?
- Sure.

Thank you.



I ask you on my knees

to please find Andy

under all that avalanche snow,

- and make sure that he's d*ad.
- Shut up.

Make sure, God, in all your wisdom,

that Kristen will need the comforting

of a caring priest who holds her,

- strokes her hair...
- How can you blaspheme like this?

Kristen needs comforting now.

Talk to her about God.

God's a great way past
a woman's defenses.

Stop it.

Get out!


Get out!

Are you staying here all night?

No, no, just a few hours.

I can't sleep.

Yeah, I know.

You know what I do when I can't sleep?


I stay awake.



I think Leland has our dad.

Why do you think that?

Because we texted his computer

when Dad's boss called from Everest.

And... we heard the text

ring call from his Zoom call.

We need to get my dad.

Yeah, um...

why don't you go to sleep and...

we'll talk about it.




Dear God... [SNIFFLES]

... the last time I prayed,

I was... years old.

A nun told me to...

pray for someone other than yourself,

and God would answer your prayers.

So... [SNIFFLES] Please...

please save Andy.

Please keep him alive.

I will do... [SNIFFLING]

I will take the girls
to Mass every week, if...

if that's what you need.


But just, please...

please save him.








I wanted to see how you were doing.

Uh, yeah.



Uh, we're going to be next door for...

an exorcism of the... infestation.

Oh, that-that was fast.


Father Ignatius is taking charge.

I think it's keeping
the grief away for him.

Right, I get that, yeah.

You-you don't need to be involved.

Yeah, I-I don't think I will.

Do you want me to pray with you?

No, thank you.





Oh, come on.

- Oh, oh, oh, oh!
- Oh, my God! Oh, my God!

[CRYING]: Oh, my God, oh, my God.

I'm so sorry I didn't call.

- Oh...

- You're here!
- Yeah.

Oh, God!

Life is so surreal these days, I just...

I want to make sure that you're real.

Yeah, I'm real.

[CRYING]: Oh...

ANDY: Oh...

Can I come in?

- Yes!
- Yeah?

- Yeah, okay.
- Yes!

Are the girls... Where are the girls?

Um, Sheryl took them

to get ice cream. I...

I couldn't bear sending
them to school today.

- Oh.
- Laura was certain...

that you were gonna...

Laura was certain that you
were gonna come home today.

Yeah, yeah.

Why are you home?

- What happened?
- I... I don't really know.

[STAMMERS] My-my memory's
so spotty about it.

I... I remember

snow coming at me and,
and then being trapped.

But that's really it, I... I...

And then landing at JFK.
The... the team doctor

said it's the impact of my head trauma.

Your boss called us yesterday
and told us you were missing.

- What?
- Yeah.

- Why?
- I don't know, but...

I mean, what a f*ck!

- Oh...
- He... he terrified the girls.

Oh, my God, I'm so...
That guy was an assh*le.

We called it RBS, "Rich
Billionaire Syndrome".

But you look so good.

Oh, my God, are you kidding me?

I'm, I'm a total mess.

I didn't, I didn't sleep.

- I didn't...
- Oh.

No more climbing, ever.

- Okay?
- Okay, okay.

Ever. You're going to
have to get permission

- to even walk those stairs.
- Okay.

Okay, hey.

- I'm sorry.

Mm. Okay. I love you so much.

I love you, I love you, I love you!

ANDY: Every single day.


- Daddy!

Oh, my God!

- We were so worried about you!
- I'm so sorry.

I-I know, I didn't know!

We knew you were going
to come home today

because the lady, um,

Grace told me that you were
coming home today, Daddy.

Why didn't you call?

I don't know. I have a
blackout in my memory.

GIRLS: Amnesia!

Dad, remember you told me, uh,

I could start staying out past midnight?

- No, no, no, no.
- Yeah, Dad!

- You said that!
- The blackout is not that extreme.

Hey, how's the construction going?

- Not so well.
- What happened?

- They're behind.
- Why?

Mom said it's because
contractors hate women.

- What?
- No, no, no. Just bossy women.

Oh, well, that's okay, I'm not leaving,

- so I'll be the bossy man.
- Mm, yeah, you will.

- Oh, gosh!
- GIRLS: Ew! Ew! Ew! Ew!

- Ew! Oh, my God!

I almost spilled the water on you.

LILA: Oh, Dad, you missed
Mom's birthday last weekend.

LAURA: I almost spilled
the water on you.


It was Mom's birthday, and
then we went to the ball pit...


SHERYL: You're gonna eat that?


SHERYL: Ooh, that looks yummy.

Ooh, yeah, Grace drew that.

Andy! Andy!

- Andy, Andy.
- Oh, my God, Dad!

Are you okay?


What happened?

Oh, my God. You left us for a second.

Yeah, no, that... I'm okay, that's okay.

The-the, the, uh, doctor said that
there would be moments like that.

SHERYL: Well, maybe you need a nap, huh?

- Hey, I'm okay, I'm okay.
- Here, I'll get this.

That-that-that's a good idea.

- Okay, I'm fine, I'm fine.
- Let's, let's go upstairs.

- You want water?
- Are you okay, Dad?

No, no, no, I'm okay. Thank you, though.

KRISTEN: That's good here.

- ANDY: I'm good. Yeah, yeah, okay, all right.
- KRISTEN: Okay.

Um, so, Daddy's gonna
take a nap. He's fine.



He's great.

I'm thrilled.

- Yeah, no, we're thrilled. I mean, how is he?
- Yeah.

He's exhausted, I mean, obviously.

- Yeah.
- He's... he's sleeping. Um...

he's having some issues
remembering a few things.

But it's kind of a miracle.

I'm sorry to use that word.

No. It's... it's appropriate.

- Yeah.
- BEN: The... the girls,

they must be out of their minds.

You can't even imagine.

They are just... yeah.

Um, how is it next door?

Ignatius... It's-it's
all good? Demons all out?

Yeah, or the plumbing

is fixed. Either way, it's a miracle.

All right, well, I-I'm
sorry I wasn't there for you.

No, are you... are you kidding?

No, no, you-you had a life.

Thank you, both. I mean, really.

You-you kept me from going crazy.

I really appreciate it.


[WHISPERS]: I prayed for Andy.

I kind of feel like I
owe God something now.

Well, i-if you ever want to talk...


- SHERYL: It's true, she is...
- ANDY: I mean, once she's in,

they're all gone. There's
just no controlling

any of them anymore...
I'd given up, I think.

Hello, love. Your mom
was just telling me

all about the goings on
around here and everything.

SHERYL: Like the girls creating
their own ten commandments.

[LAUGHS] Those scamps.

What? I kind of love it, though.

SHERYL: Oh, it was great, it was great.

- Hey, you want to go upstairs?
- Yeah.

- It's so good to see you again, Sheryl.
- Aw.

Thank you so much for
holding the fort down.

- Oh, are you kidding?
- No.

We missed you so much.

- Missed you, too.
- Oh, welcome home.

ANDY: It's good to be back.

- SHERYL: Stay a while this time.
- ANDY: You bet I will.

- Okay.
- Should we go?

You want to?

- Yeah, yeah.
- Come on.




- What is it?
- Mosquito net.

I don't think I need this.

Humor me.









I'm trapped.

I think you're sleepwalking.


Ah. David asked me here?

Yes, Sister Andrea.

Sorry it took me so long.

The bus went in the wrong direction.

Ah, buses do that.

Picture's tilted.

Oh, yeah, um...

we straighten it, but then
the train comes overhead

- and it tilts again, so...
- Yep.

Just... there we are.


- Right.
- Come on in.

- Yes.
- So...

Sister, good, um, I-I
can't translate this.

- Yes.
- BEN: Who's your contractor?

KRISTEN: Uh, Lonny Kirkpatrick.

I asked him, but he
said, uh, he didn't do it.

That's Greek and Aramaic.

This is Cyrillic.

Why is this so important?

Well... that's why.

Why do you think your
house wants me here?

You think the house wrote this?

There's a demonic infestation next door.

We exorcised it. We're wondering
if it leaked in over here.

- Can you translate it?
- Okay. [SHUSHES]

It's from Revelation.

"The beast was taken, and
with him the false prophet

that wrought miracles before him.

These both were cast alive

into a lake of f*re

along with Andrea

burning with brimstone"?


What is that?

That's my girls.


Girls, girls, this is Sister Andrea.

Sister Andrea, this is
Lynn, Lexis, Lila and...


- You're a nun, right?


Pause! Pause!

That is not how young ladies act.

All right, girls, let's all go

get a snack, and then
upstairs for your homework.

- LILA: See you in church, Sister Andrea.
- Burn, burn...

- ... burn.
- LAURA: Mom says we have to go to church every Sunday.

I'd like to examine the house.

What are you looking for, exactly?

Well, let's see what I see,

- all right?

All right, well, um, my husband's

sleeping upstairs...
oh, girls, girls, girls!

Quiet for Dad.

Um, so maybe

we can start down here?

Oh, I'd like to do it on my own.

Is this the whole house?


Yeah, well, I do, I do have an office

in the back, next to the garage.

I'll start there.

So, church, huh?

Oh, yeah, well, it's just for the girls.

Oh. Am I losing you to the Father?

Maybe. Not just yet.






- Hi.

Which one are you?


Can I ask you a question?

This may not be the best time...

What does it take to become a nun?

You're interested?

Well, I don't know what
I am, but I'm curious.

Have you discussed
this with your mother?


- Well, there's a procedure...
- I know, I've Googled it.

But what's it like?

How do you know it's
really right for you?


Sorry, can you give me one minute?

- Just step right over here for a second.
- Yeah. Okay, sure.

Sure. Can I help?


- May I help?
- No, not yet.



What are you doing?

ANDREA: k*lling demons.


- Go inside with me.
- Okay.

Show me around the house.


Do you like being a nun?

It's not about "like", really.

It's about dedication and sacrifice.

Could you open that cabinet there?


- And is it boring?



Why are you interested?

You know how sometimes
you don't feel connected

to other people?

That they seem to care
about the stupid stuff?



I guess part of the
reason I'm interested is

I was close with my
boyfriend, and he was just...

he didn't talk to me after.

After you had sex?

- Do not let a boy - [DEMON GURGLING]

make that decision!

I'm not.

I... I won't.

It's just all the girls

at school, all they talk about is boys.

Okay, would you...


opening that door very slowly?

I've been reading this
book about martyrs.


And I like how a lot of them
are my age, all these women,

and they're so dedicated

- that people and kings keep torturing them.





I just want a mission in my life.

I understand.

I think you and I should stay in touch.

- Anything?
- Yes.

There are several demons in the house.

Kristen's house?

Yes. It's like tenting
a house to k*ll vermin.

You did it on this side,

so they all escaped to that side.

How many did you see?

I k*lled four. I think
there are six more.

You need to exorcise the rest.

Uh, we'll get right on that.

How are you doing? You seem tired.

Yeah, I'm struggling with some, uh,

distractions of my own at night.

It's a mosquito.

- What is?
- I heard you screaming

a few nights ago, "Get out!"

I don't know what it looks like to you,

but it's a mosquito.

And you need to use that net

or it's going to suck away
all the joy from your life.

- You want me to drive you?
- No, I like the bus.


KRISTEN: All right.

What was so important you
couldn't tell me over the phone?

- I think we should sit.
- No, no, no.

I-I prefer you just say it flat out.

I-Is it about Lexis?


It's about your remaining egg.


That-that was destroyed
when Valerie was m*rder.


Was it not?

As part of the standard
autopsy after a m*rder,

the coroner did a DNA
test on Valerie's fetus.

There was a DNA match
for Valerie's husband.

The other half of the
DNA was n*zi Jewish.

So... that wasn't your egg.

It's all very sketchy, but...

your egg is still out there.


It's-it's out there where?

It was sold this past spring.

An anonymous transaction, no names.

The records only show
a business address.



- LYNN: Mom.
- [GASPS] Oh, God.

I'm not sure I want to become a nun,

but I want to talk to
Sister Andrea about it.

The f*ck you are.

Mom, I'm just interested...

No, you're not. You're years old,

and you're not interested
in becoming a nun.

You're the one who
wanted us to go to Mass.

Yeah, but not so you
could lock yourself up

in some patriarchal bullshit.

You want to get a nose ring and tattoos,

we can talk about it, but no!

- Lock the door behind me!
- O... okay.


Help me.

Help me to stop it.

God help me.

David, do you want some?

Saint Monica help me.

♪ Holy, holy ♪

- ♪ Lord God Almighty... ♪
- IGNATIUS: ... full of grace,

the Lord is with thee.

Blessed art thou among women
and blessed is the fruit

of thy womb, Jesus.

Holy Mary, Mother of God,

pray for us sinners, now
and at the hour of our death.



He called me in the, the last few weeks.

He-he was lonely.

I think he saw the end was near.

It scared him.

You were a good friend.

He asked me what I saw when I died.

I said I saw heaven.
I saw the face of God.

But I didn't.

I lied.

I wish

I took comfort in the thought of God.

Do you think we're reunited

with loved ones when we die?




I believe God is good.

You're a better man than I am.

♪ Lord God Almighty ♪

♪ All Thy works shall praise Thy name ♪

♪ In earth and sky and sea... ♪


- David?
- Leave me alone.

I'm sorry.


What are you doing?


I am so sorry.

I thought you were someone else.

Who did you think I was?

No one, just... I-I'm, I'm having

uh, some trouble...

seeing things, um...

- Please, sit.
- David, we... we can...

- I can come back another time.
- No.

I'm fine.

Tell me what's going on.

- Um...
- Please.

I miss talking.

I know.

I do, too.

We got off

on the wrong foot this year.

And that-that-that's my fault.

No. No, no, no. If anything, it's...

it's my fault, um...

But maybe we should just...

stop talking about that.

I just, um...


When I was ,

I prayed every night that
my parents wouldn't divorce,

but they did divorce,

and so I stopped praying.

It wasn't that I was angry at God,

I just... I didn't believe.

Now, yesterday...

I prayed for the first time...

that Andy would return home.

And then he did return home.

And I'm not sure what to think about it.

Do you have to think anything about it?

Yeah, I-I think I do.

Because either that's
the weirdest coincidence

in the world, or I'm being told

to believe in something

that I cannot believe in.

Kristen, you obviously came
to me because... I believe.

Do you want me to tell
you how to believe?

No, it's, um...



I promised God something,

but I don't want to do it.


I told him I'd take my
girls to Mass every week.

Now, I don't like breaking a promise,

but it feels hypocritical. I-I don't,

I don't want my girls to be religious.

I don't like religious people.

No, I mean... I like you.

But you're the exception.

Oh, thanks.

There is this man

who is late for a meeting,

a meeting that will change his life.

- Is this a parable?
- Yes.

But not Shakespeare?

No, it's not Shakespeare.

Anyway, this man,

who is heading toward
this important meeting,

couldn't find a parking space.

He went up and down the block,

but every space was taken, and
it's getting later and later.

So, finally, he prays to God.

"God, please

help me find a space,

and I promise

I will change my life.

I'll stop drinking. I'll
stop cheating on my wife.

I'll commit myself to you".

And at that moment,

he sees a car pulling out of a space,

and he tells God...

"Never mind, I found a space".

And you think that's what I'm doing?

I think God keeps revealing himself.

And at a certain point,

you have to acknowledge it.


Uh, I, um...

Thank you.



What are you doing?

ANDY: Hey, babe. Where are you?

Uh, I had to go, just for an hour.

How are you feeling?

- Good, good.
- Okay, good, I'm glad.

Why don't you stay close to home today?

And then I'd like to make an
appointment at the doctor's.

Okay, if you think that's best.

- I think it is.
- Okay, love you.

Love you.



- May I help you?
- I hope so.

- Um...
- Who are you here to see?

I'm not sure. Something of mine

was delivered to, uh, this address.

I'll call the mail room.





RECEPTIONIST: Hi. This is Jenny from DF.







Intercede, dear Saint
Monica, that God may favorably

hear my plea.

Grant me the grace to accept

God's will in all things.



[LAUGHING]: Oh, my God!

What are you doing here?

What are youdoing here?

This is my work.

Come on in.

Sheryl, come on, hurry up.

We're lighting the cake.

Yeah, uh, ju... I'll be right back.

Just don't-don't move, okay? Stay here.



Beautiful, isn't it?


Woe to Babylon.


ALL: Surprise!


Congratulations. I hear it's a boy.

Thank you, but even his
daddy doesn't know yet.

- He didn't want to know the sex.

LELAND: What's going
on in here? A party?

I guess I should be handing out cigars.

- MAN: Speech, speech.
- OTHERS: Speech, speech.

Speech. Speech. Speech, Leland. Speech.

LELAND: No, no. I'm just

happy to finally have
a child so late in life.

I just want to say...

We're gonna be parents.




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