01x08 - Tape 35

Episode transcripts for the TV show "New Girl". Aired: May 20, 2022 - present.
The lives of college friends are forever changed after a celebratory weekend ends up with one of them d*ad; now, 20 years later, the remaining friends are reunited.
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01x08 - Tape 35

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What is this?

Years ago, I went to one of those women

who reads your fortune
in coffee grounds.

She said things would go well for me,

that I'd find a good job,

that I'd get married,

that I'd be happy with
the love of my life.

I didn't believe in any
of that stuff at all,

but I convinced myself that
what she was saying was true.

If I ran into that woman
now, I'd ask for my $ back

because she didn't get
even one thing right.

♪ Praising our leaders ♪
♪ We're getting in tune ♪

♪ The music's played by the ♪

♪ The madman ♪

♪ Forever young ♪

♪ I want to be forever young ♪

♪ Do you really want to live forever ♪

♪ Forever, and ever ♪

♪ Forever young ♪

♪ I want to be forever young ♪

The idea that you don't
control your destiny

maybe helps to sell a cup
of coffee or self-help books.

- Sorry.
- No, it's okay.

But it's not true.

I guess it's easier to
just be carried along.

And to think that things happen
because we made one bad decision

in one particular moment.

But that's all a big lie.

The truth is that every
little step you take...

every path you choose,

every word,

every person you meet,

even if it's just for a second,

changes everything.

♪ Forever young ♪

♪ I want to be forever young ♪

♪ Do you really want to live forever ♪

♪ Forever, and ever ♪

Each and every little decision
you make changes your life forever.

I wish we had known that back then.

Maybe things would have been different.

Oh, my God.

And in his first statements right
after the thrilling election night,

the new mayor-elect,
Brady, promised a new start,

a new era in the city of Miami.

During his electoral
career, the Republican...

... promised on many occasions
that one of his first steps would be

to create a plan to stimulate
the economy of the county,

which includes tax incentives to
small businesses that create jobs

and an incentive plan for big companies.

The mayor-elect's office
has confirmed a meeting

this week with the econom...

I warned you, Pedro.

You lost.

I'm going to tell everything.
You've left me with no other choice.

Are you busy?

I've been busier.

What do you want?

I want you to come with me 'cause
I've got a surprise for you.

I really don't have time
for your shit right now.

Hey. Trust me.

Come on. You'll like it.

I'm serious.

This is weird.

You're not gonna be disappointed.

Where are we going?

I want you to meet someone.

What the f*ck?

I was hoping to invite you to
my transition office for a chat.

But things are a little
hectic over there now.

What's this about?

Francis raved about you.

He never does that.

He said you're the only reason
Pedro got as far as he did.

All I did was support my husband.

Yeah, I don't think Francis would agree.

With all due respect, Mr.
Mayor, what am I doing here?

I don't get it.

You're not the trophy-wife type.

Someone with your brains, your
vision, potential, top of her class...

What happened?

Let me guess.

Pedro wasn't that winning
horse you thought he was.

And now you've seen he doesn't
have the grit to get to the top.

I'm leaving now.

I would be thrilled to
bring you onto my team, Ana.

You've got what they can't teach.

And I promise I'll make
it worth your while.

Why would I do that?

You and I have nothing in common.

Forget about ideologies.

I'm appealing to your ambition.
That's our common ground.

Strictly between us, I'm
not gonna settle for mayor.

I'm gonna be governor.

And I'd like you to be right
there by my side when I am.

Okay. Now I'm leaving.

You call me, okay?

Just give her some time.

Make it happen.

Flora, I need you to call
me as soon as possible.

I think I just found something big

on the Alejandro
Vilas-Jessica Thompson case.

Hi, you have reached Belinda
Miller. You know the drill.

- Hello?
- Flora Neruda, Belinda's partner.

How you doing? Is she there?
I need to speak to her.

I thought she might be with you.

No, she's not. Are you okay?

God, I'm worried.

Last night, she said
she had to work late,

that she'd be home before too long.

That's the last I heard from her.

Has she ever done this before?

No. Never.

Okay, well, just calm down.

I'm gonna call the station

and find out if they've heard
from her or anything like that.

I called the station.
No one's heard from her.

Don't worry. I'll check it out, okay?

I'll call you later. Bye.


Are you sure that this money's

going to be safe where
you're putting it?


It's a bank in a tax
haven. They can't trace it.

And we can get it back later.

Well, we better hurry up

because if my dad finds
out that he was robbed,

he'll come after us, so...

Let's go.

What's wrong?

I should've told you last night.

Where did you get this?

It was in your dad's
safe with the money.


That can't be. How?

Why would my dad have the video that
went missing from Daniela's house?


No, my dad may be a lot of
things, but he's not a m*rder.

Then how else do you
explain this, Marcos?

Well, did you...

Did you watch it?

No, not yet.

Thank you, Nurse
Regina. I appreciate it.

This is an extremely bad idea.

Well, whose decision is it?

Well, officially, it's your decision.

But you just got out of surgery.
You're my responsibility.

Okay. Well, then I free you from
your responsibility, doc. Okay?

Really appreciate it.
And thank you very much.

Oh, f*ck... Here you go.

Take care.

- You need to sign a waiver.
- Okay.

Bunker, I can't hear you.

Bunker, I can't hear
you. I'm in an ele...

In an elevator, Bunker. Just wait.

Okay. Go ahead.

Baldwin says he saw her
yesterday on the way to the lab.

Listen, she didn't...

She didn't spend the night at home.

And she called me, but
now her cell phone is off.

And her girlfriend filed a
missing person's report. So...

Flora, for f*ck's sake. We're
doing our best to find her.

If Willis finds out I'm trying
to help you, I'm in big trouble.

Then hurry up and help me,

and I'll get outta your
damn f*cking hair. Okay?

Geez. f*ck.

Are you okay?

Yes, I'm okay. Hang on.

Holy f*ck.

- Go ahead.
- What's the number?

Okay. Here we are.

The last time her phone was
on was : p.m. last night.

Northwest th Street in Hialeah.

After that, it goes d*ad.

That's my address.

She came to see me.

Thanks, Bunker. Thank
you. I gotta go. Bye.

f*ck. Taxi!

Hey, that's mine. That's mine, you f*ck!


Can you tell me what
the hell you're doing?

Okay. What's the problem?

I don't have anything better to do.

What's your... Does that bother you too?

Well, yeah. Honestly, it does bother me.

You spend the entire day watching
television in your pajamas,

and the only open your mouth to eat.

- Okay, okay, okay, man.
- Okay, man.


I don't get it.

I don't get what you want me to do, huh?

Especially when all the work
I did wasn't worth shit anyway.

All the work we did!

So that's your plan.

Let yourself sink into the
pit and take me down with you.

Look, I'm thinking I'll
let myself sink down

a bit further, if you don't mind.

You can do whatever your
sweet little heart desires.

You're not the only one
having a hard time, okay?

Right, because you
lost an election. Right?


Yes, you're right. I
didn't lose an election.

No, you didn't lose. No, no. You didn't.

How f*cking ungrateful!

Do you know what I had to do

while you were out there
taking photos and shaking hands?

- Excuse me?
- Yes, eat shit.

The work shit, the house
shit, the school shit.

- Right. It's obvious. Why?
- Yes.

I pulled you out of the
hole when you were sinking.

- Because I didn't work, right?
- I solved the problems you couldn't. No!

I only took pictures, and I was with...

I did things I should
go to jail for, okay?

Because you wanted to.

Because it involved both of us, Ana.

- It was your decision.
- Because I thought we were a team!

We haven't been a team for a long time.

I don't think we were ever a team.

But I didn't realize it.

Everything was about you.
Always about you. You.

I'm the one who gave up her career,

gave up her dreams,
and I didn't realize it.

And for f*cking what? For what?

For what?

Well, okay.

Ana, if you're not happy with your life,

you have every right to change it.


Maybe I just will.

Brady offered me a job in his office.

Are you going to accept it?

Can we come in?

I'm sorry, but this isn't a good time.

It's important.

Now what?



Hi, Bonnie. Hello, mommy's
good girl. Hi, Maple.

- You had fun, yeah?
- Yes, she's good.

Thank you so much for
watching her for me.

Are you okay? You don't look very well.

I'm fine. I just didn't
sleep good, that's all.

Listen. I've been
asking all the neighbors.

My partner, Belinda, came by to
see me last night, but I was out.

Any chance you happened to see her?

No. But I did see your friend.

The guy you work with. The real
skinny guy with the pale skin.

- Sully.
- Yeah.

Okay. Here.

Do you mind watching her
for just a few more hours?

I promise, just a few more hours.

- Okay.
- Yeah?

- Yeah.
- Thank you so much.

I see you later. Okay.
Mommy see you later.

- No, you stay.
- All right. Come on.

- Hello.
- Hey, Sully.


Where you been? I've
been trying to reach you.

You get the scan results?

No, I just went out of
the city for a moment.

- You know, I had to get off the grid.
- I get it.

Everything okay?

No. My partner, Belinda,
she just vanished.

What are you talking about?

I mean, no one can find her.

She left me a message yesterday.

She says she found some evidence

and was gonna come by
and tell me all about it.

And that's the last
time her phone was on.

So my neighbor, Bonnie, said
that you came by yesterday?

Yeah, I brought you a little dinner.

- Did you see her?
- No.

Did you notice anything funny?

No, I didn't.

Try not to worry. She'll turn up.


- All right, thanks. I'll you call later.
- Okay.

And I owe you dinner.
I mean, another one.


- Bye.
- Bye.

Damn it.

Yes, now. Recording.

Why the long face?

Race! Race! Race! Race!

What's up, Anita? Wasted yet?

So wasted!

Who wants a beer?



What's up with you? You've
been very serious for a while.

Hey, wait, Pedro!

Wait! Hey, wait!

Pedro! Hey, Pedro!

Watch out!

- What?
- What are they doing?

Is he drowning?

f*ck. f*ck. f*ck!

- Hey!
- Hey, hey.

Tell me, f*ck, what
did you put in there?

- Let go of me! Let go of me!
- Marcos!

What the f*ck did you
put in my drink, bro?

You're crazy!

- What?
- What? Son of a bitch!

You know what I'm going to do?
I'm gonna tell your dad everything.

I'm going to show him all
the messages you sent me.

I'm sure he'll love it.

Let's see what daddy says.

"Thanks for not telling the
police that the dr*gs were mine.

I promise I won't get
involved in that shit again."

Should I go on? I've got more.

- Stop.
- Delete that now, okay? Delete it.

What are you doing defending him?

Your dad is finally going to find out

you're a f*cking
piece-of-shit junkie.

Just like your mom.

- Stop! Stop it, Alejandro!
- What? What?

He's a son of a bitch!

Hey, let's smoke. Come on.

What's going on, man? Calm down, okay?

Delete those messages. You
can't do this to Marcos.

I'm not going to delete
them. He did this to himself.

- Please, Alejandro, man.
- What?

What's wrong with you? Stop.

Hey! Alejandro!

Hey! Guys, help! Help, f*ck!

Help! Guys!

- Ale...
- What happened?

I was talking to him, and he passed out.

- Ale! Ale...
- Alejandro! Alejandro!


It's because of what he drank,
or because of what I did.

- Let's go, now!
- He's in bad shape. f*ck.

Dani! Stop! Stop recording! Stop.

- Alejandro!
- Ale, hey.

Come on, guys. Are we going to
spend the whole night like this?

Alex, put on some music.

Alex, put on some music.


Ale. Alejandro.

Hey, this isn't funny, seriously.

Alejandro. Alejandro!

- Leave him.
- Pedro, he's not moving.

- Alex, what's wrong?
- He's not breathing.

This isn't funny!


Alejandro. Alejandro.

- Please, wake up. Please.
- Is he d*ad?

Is he okay?

- We have to call .
- Ana.

- We have to call a f*cking ambulance.
- Ana.

Someone give me a f*cking phone.

- We have to call...
- Ana!

Sofía, Daniela, we have to call an
ambulance. Pedro, we have to call...

Alejandro is d*ad.

- No. Tell me what happened, Pedro.
- Yes.

No. No!

We're going to go to jail.

- We're going to go to jail.
- I'll die first.

Hey, hey, hey. You'll be okay.

- To jail.
- Shut up!

I'm not gonna shut up,
f*ck. We're guilty and...

We're not going to go to jail.

She's not moving. She's... She's d*ad.

She's d*ad.


She's d*ad.

This is . What's your emergency?


- No one saw us. We can leave.
- We have to call the police.

That's f*cking years. f*ck!
There's nothing we can do.

- Okay. Okay.
- Okay.

Wait. Lay him on his back. Raise him.

Okay. Here we go.

That's good.

And our lives were ruined.

Well, at least we got
out of going to jail.

We got out of going to jail for now.

But who's going to take away our guilt?

Why did your dad have this video?

I don't know.

- Don't know or don't want to say?
- I don't know.

- Calm down. Please.
- I am calm. I'm calm.

You said the tape was at Daniela's house

when the police went over there.

Yes, it was there.

You know, my dad knows people.
He knows people in the police.

Maybe he got the tape
just to protect us.

Protect us or protect himself?

Because we all know how
this case was closed. Right?

Okay, I'd like to know what
would've become of the four of us

if my dad hadn't helped us years ago.

On top of that, things haven't
gone that bad for you, right?

Alejandro's parents financed
your campaign, your education...

- Stop!
- ... you ended up with Ana.

- Calm down!
- Don't f*ck with me.


Let's see, so what you
guys are thinking is that...

that my dad k*lled Daniela? Is that it?

Would you put yourself on the
line for him? Tell the truth.

What's clear is that, if
this video was in his safe,

there isn't another one out there.

So, this is the last piece of
evidence of what happened that night.

This is it, right?


So this is the last box.

Now you've got everything.

She asked if any files may be missing.

I told her nothing
ever leaves this room.

And she made copies of that one.

I don't know. He's old
as f*ck anyhow, so...

- Yeah, but he's still fine. Come on.
- Fine? Well, s fine, maybe.

There you are. Can I see you?


- What do you mean s fine, man?
- He is s fine.

- The man's a legend.
- Old news. Yesterday's news.

What's up?

- I just came from the lab.
- And?

Turns out that unidentified print

belonged to one of the
paramedics after all.

What? How can that be?

- I checked every single print and...
- Yeah, well, obviously not.

Hey, don't be too hard on yourself.

We've been working our
asses off for weeks.

You're bound to make a
mistake once in a while.

So we're back to square
one and we have nothing?

Sorry, rookie.


Go deposit the money.
I have to do something.

You're not coming with me?

I have to know if he did it.

I'll see you at the airport.

I didn't think you'd have the b*lls

to show up here after you robbed me.

Who was it? It was Sofía, right?

While you got me out of the house.

Yes, it was us.

- Oh, really? Just like that?
- Yes.

Well, you're going to have to
start paying back every cent.

You're not going to see one
f*cking cent of that again.

Marcos, I'm warning you, be very
careful with me. You know that.

Or else what? You'll call the police?

Go on, go right ahead. I'll
go with you to make the call.

That way you can tell them why the
f*ck you had evidence from a m*rder

in your house.

- Why did you have that video of Daniela's?
- Marcos...

that video is going to
cause a huge problem for us.

- So the best thing is for you...
- How did you get it?

... to give it back to me.

It's better if you don't know.

Did you k*ll Daniela?

Do you seriously think I'm
capable of something like that?


- You think I'm capable of that?
- You're capable of doing anything.

And you haven't really made
it easy for me, you know?

Because I don't know
what it is with you,

but it seems like you're
a magnet for problems.

The only f*cking problem is
that I've given you my life

for the last years.

I should be in Colombia helping
people who actually need it,

doing what I actually want to do.

Living my life, not yours!

And what did you want me to do?

When your mom d*ed, I wanted to die.

I wanted to die, but no, I
chose to take care of you.

- To protect you.
- You're not going to manipulate me.

- Listen to me, idiot.
- Don't touch me.

That's why it rips me apart

to see you get into the same
shit that k*lled your mom.

Can you understand that
everything I've done in this life

has been for you?

Every single thing.

Where are you going? What are you doing?

I'm going to do what I
should have done years ago.

Just hours after mayor-elect
Brady's convincing victory,

we're learning of a b*mb report.

The district attorney's office

is investigating
whistleblower allegations

from inside the Brady campaign itself.

Sources say that the candidate

made numerous false and
misleading statements

in his financial disclosure filings,

concealing substantial interests

in companies doing
business with the county.

If proven, these
allegations would effectively

disqualify the mayor-elect.

Pedro Cruz has the future
of this city in his hands.

At the moment, the Democratic candidate

is the most important man in Miami.

So, maybe you won?

That could be.

Pretty cool, no?

I thought you didn't want me to win.

Well, yeah, but you
wanted to win, right?

I wanted to do good things
for the people of this city.

I wanted them to trust me.

I wanted to show them
that I'm a good person.

But lately, I don't know
how good of a person I am,

so maybe it's better
to leave it at that.

Come on, Dad! Are you going to
stay home all day playing FIFA?

Yeah, I'm really good at FIFA, huh?

You're horrible at FIFA, Dad,

but you'd do really well as mayor.

I don't know what you did, but,
well, you're not a bad person.

- Help me.
- See?

Bossing people around all
day. You should try it.

- Get in.
- No.

Get in.

So, you were gonna leave
without saying goodbye.

I wasn't leaving.

Is that my money?

Was this the plan all along, Sofía?

This is how you were
going to outsmart me, hmm?

It's not all there.

That's all there was in the safe.

I made a mistake. I know,
Bernie. And I am so sorry.

You know, Sofía, you still owe me one.

No, please.

You'll get a call with the details
about the job you're gonna do.

And this time I know you won't fail me.


Oh, man.

I'll call you right back.

Bunker. Bunker, give me your password.

What the f*ck are you doing here?

I need to access the
station's security camera.

- I can't.
- Please.

You have no idea how
important this is. Please.


Do you know how many times
I f*cking saved your ass?


Really? That's your password?


- You got five minutes.
- Thank you, Bunker.

It's nice to see you off the couch.

I'm going to the office to decide
what strategy I'm going to take.

You were going to go without telling me?

I didn't know I had
to tell you anything.

Okay. So that's how it's gonna be now.

You're going to make
decisions without telling me.

Yeah, you made it clear that you
were going to accept Brady's offer.


Well, there you go.

We're not a team.

How did you say it? "We never were"?

Isn't that what you said?

- I didn't mean that.
- No. You did mean it.

And I think you're right.

I'm not Alejandro. I
can never be Alejandro.

And I can't be comparing
myself to a ghost.

Ana, I'm... I don't want to anymore.

That's not fair.

After Alejandro left us...

After what happened...

After what we did...

you and I grew up together.

We built a life.

But it's based on a lie.

I can't do it anymore.

I'm sorry.

Good luck with Brady.

What did you do?

What the f*ck are you
doing here, Neruda?

What part of "suspended"
did you not understand?

Leave me alone, Willis.

If you don't leave right now,

I will have you arrested
for insubordination,

and that'll be the end
of your f*cking career.

You know what, Willis?

You were a useless d*ck back then,

and you're still a
f*cking useless d*ck now.

Get her the f*ck out of here. Get
her the f*ck out of here right now.

Come on. Let's go, Flora. Come on.

Get out of my way. Get
the f*ck out of my way!

You're a f*cking assh*le.

What are you looking at?

You f*cking scared me. I thought
you weren't going to come.

Let's go. The plane's
about to leave us behind.

I have to talk to you.

What? What's up?

It was me.

It was me from the start.

What do you mean? What
are you talking about?

I planned the blackmail with Daniela.

We both needed the money.

- What?
- Yes.

I robbed a guy I was working
for, and it didn't turn out well.

He's been looking for me ever
since to get his money back.

I thought the fastest way to pay him

would be to get your dad's dirty money.

I'm sorry to have deceived
you, Marcos. Really, I'm sorry.

So you're saying...

- So you're saying all of this was a lie?
- No.

The only thing I wanted
was to start over with you.

- I swear, Marcos. I'm sorry.
- Don't touch me.

I don't ever want to see you again
for the rest of my f*cking life.

You lied to me.

How'd you get in?

You gave me a set of keys, remember?

You knew the fingerprints I
found in Jessica Thompson's car

belonged to Marcos Herrero.

But you f*cking lied to me.

What... What fingerprints?
What are you talking about?



You're burning up.

Let's get you home.

Come on. Drink some water
for me, then we'll go.

I'm driving.

It's not in there.

What are you doing?

Come on, Flora. This is
crazy. What are you doing?

What were you gonna do? sh**t me?

Christ. Are you hearing yourself?

- You know I could never hurt you.
- I don't know shit, Sully.

What did you do to Belinda?

What are you talking about?

You know what the
f*ck I'm talking about!

You've been lying to me for years!

You hid the evidence.

Belinda found out, and
she was going to tell me.

Flora, just give me the g*n, all right?

We're gonna get you home. You
need to trust me now, all right?

- This fever is making you paranoid.
- Where the f*ck is she?

Don't play with me, Sully.

I know you took tape
from the evidence room.

I saw your ass on the
security cam footage.

You hid two key pieces of evidence
that would have closed this case.

- Flora.
- And I saw your bank accounts.

You didn't have that kind of
money for Lisa's treatments.

Where'd you get the money, Sully?

Where is Marcos? Need to come
down to the station with me.

Do you have children, Detective?

You never know what you're capable of

until you hold them in your
arms for the first time.

And you promise them you'll
always be there for them,

and that you'll make sure
nothing bad ever happens.

Mr. Herrero, I'm not
gonna ask you again.

What if someone offered you
a chance to save your brother?

- Don't dare bring my brother into this.
- You know me.

- I don't know shit!
- You know I'm not a bad person!

- I don't know you anymore!
- I loved my wife!

I was desperate, and I
had to try to save her.

Your wife is sick.

There are very good treatments that
ordinary people never even hear of.

Expensive as hell.

I can help Lisa.

All I had to do was get
rid of the fingerprint.

And you knew it would never cross
my mind that you did it, right?

'Cause you knew I idolized you.

So why would I question anything
when you closed the case?

You played me like a f*cking fool.

All these years.

You knew I was obsessed with this
case. How could you do this to me?

I wasn't doing it to
you! I did it for Lisa!


You come into the station every
day asking me to drop the case

'cause you "cared about me"?

- You were "worried about me"?
- That's not true. I was worried about you!

- I am worried about you!
- Bullshit!

And Daniela Marini.

What the f*ck was that about?

You did it, didn't you?

Did he ask you to do that too?

She had that tape.


She was gonna tell everything.

And I couldn't afford
to let that happen.

I was supposed to be on the other side.

I've spent my whole
life trying to figure out

how a person could k*ll another person.

Now I know it's 'cause sometimes,
you don't have a choice.

- You always have a choice.
- No.

No, 'cause if I could do it again,
I would do the same g*dd*mn thing!

It bought me one more year with the
woman I loved more than anything.

You wouldn't understand
that, or what's that worth.

Lisa was long gone
before you k*lled Daniela.

That was for you.

Where's Belinda?

- Where the f*ck is Belinda?
- Give me the g*n.

Don't do it. Don't make me sh**t you.

Sully, please, don't make me sh**t
you. Get the f*ck back! Please.

Where is she?

The Everglades.


It just happened so fast.

It's like I wasn't in control. I'm...


f*ck. f*ck.

Shit. Jesus.

You have nowhere to go. I'll find you.

Yeah, I need an ambulance.

Southwest, th Street.

Next to Langwood Elementary School.

In Kendall, yes!



- Get away from me.
- Just come on. Press hard.

Press hard. We have
to stop the bleeding.

That's why you didn't call.
You were having surgery.

You're okay. You'll be okay.

Okay. You'll be okay.

I told you when we first met.

You're a tough one. You're a tough one.

- You're a tough one. Okay.
- What have you done, Sully?

We were a good team.

We were. We were a good team.



The idea that you don't
control your destiny

maybe helps to sell a cup
of coffee or self-help books.

But it's not true.

Thank you all for being here.

John Brady misled us.

He lied, and he cheated
his way to city hall.

And I intend to prove that.

I would also like to
take this opportunity...

I am very proud to be here today...

... to announce that I
will not give up the fight

to become the next mayor of Miami-Dade.

... to announce my candidacy

for governor for the
great state of Florida.

Thank you very much.

I guess it's easier to
just be carried along.

You know what? You're a f*cking coward.

A f*cking coward!

And to think that things happen

because we made one bad decision
in one particular moment.

But that's all a big lie.

The truth is that every little step
you take, every path you choose...

Very good.

Every word, every person you meet...

even if it's just for a second...

changes everything.

Each and every little
decision you make...

Good luck.

... changes your life forever.

Let's go, we're late.

I wish we had known that back then.

Maybe everything would
have been different.

I swear that if I could do
anything to change what happened...

But you can't.

Neither of us can.

Three hundred thousand dollars.

It's not even close
to what she left you,

but I think it's enough
for you to start over.

Your mom asked me to take care of you.

Imagine that. Me.

When I can't even take care of myself.

When I couldn't even take care of her.

- Hey, Tanya.
- Hi, Flora. Ready?


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