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  • ( bright tone )

  • ( slam )

  • ( desolate music )

  • ♪ ♪

  • ( grunts in pain )

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  • ( slamming continues )

  • ( footsteps )

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  • ( footsteps continue )

  • ( gasping )

  • ( gasping )

  • Fuck.

  • ( high synth music )

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  • ( cow lowing )

  • ( rock music )

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  • Making a living the old hard way

  • Taking and giving by day by day

  • ♪ I dig snow and rain and the bright sunshine

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  • Draggin' the line

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  • ♪ I feel fine

  • ♪ I'm talking about peace of mind

  • ♪ I'm going to take my time

  • ♪ I'm getting the good sign

  • Draggin' the line

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  • Draggin' the line

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  • Loving the free and feeling spirit

  • Of hugging a tree when you get near it

  • Digging the snow and the rain

  • And the bright sunshine

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  • Draggin' the line

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  • Draggin' the line

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  • ♪ I feel fine

  • ♪ I'm talking about peace of mind

  • ♪ I'm gonna take my time

  • ♪ I'm getting the good sign

  • ( sepulchral slam )

  • ( eerie music )

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  • Morning.

  • Matthew: Can I help you?

  • Yes, we need to speak with

  • the parents of Amos Miller,

  • Esther and Jeremiah.

  • Tight security.

  • Well, when you make the best damn pickle relish in North America,

  • you take precautions.

  • Follow the road past the stables.

  • Matthew: The Millers will meet you at the second grain corridor.

  • Walker: Thank you.

  • ( dark music )

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  • ( horses neigh, sheep bleat )

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  • What did he overdose on?

  • It was a prescription painkiller called fentanyl.

  • Anna: It's highly lethal, even in small doses.

  • Where's his body now?

  • Anna: It's at the Reston morgue.

  • Why didn't you bring him back here?

  • It's--i...

  • It's not that simple, I'm afraid.

  • Anna: Your son's body was found on American soil

  • as part of an ongoing police investigation.

  • Did you find my son?

  • I was the first officer on the scene, yes.

  • Did you try to save him?

  • I'm sorry. There was nothing I-I could do.

  • Jeremiah: I need to bury him.

  • Three days after his death.

  • Do you understand?

  • ( disquieting music )

  • I do.

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  • I'm sorry. Will you just excuse me a moment?

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  • ( hyperventilating )

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  • ( cell phone rings )

  • What?

  • They found Amos Miller's car

  • a couple blocks from the convenience store.

  • Do you have access to border logs?

  • Sure do.

  • What are you looking for?

  • I want to find out when Amos Miller crossed,

  • and if he was alone.

  • ( rock music )

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  • Oh, my God. Thank God you're awake.

  • ( sniffles )

  • Why are you dressed like that?

  • Do you know what time it is?

  • I'm not going to school.

  • It's family fun day.

  • Okay, um...

  • Henry: Well, listen, uh,

  • I went to bed last night and I woke up

  • somewhere else.

  • Jenna.

  • Henry: Do you know what I mean?

  • Like, I--I teleported

  • in my fucking sleep,

  • like I went somewhere

  • from my bedroom.

  • Like, I woke up, and it was dark,

  • and I'm pretty sure I heard footsteps,

  • or maybe, like, a generator.

  • I'm not 100% sure.

  • I thought that we had this figured out.

  • You know what I mean?

  • And now it's changing.

  • Like, this thing is changing, and I--

  • I don't know if I can go back to sleep.

  • Henry...

  • I'm sorry, I really am,

  • but I just...

  • I need to get in there.

  • What's wrong with you? What are you doing?

  • What's going on?

  • I'm baking.

  • Okay, I can see that,

  • but can you stop

  • and help me figure this out, please?

  • I can't help you, all right? Not today.

  • But if you want to grab a whisk,

  • you could help me bake. It's therapeutic.

  • Promise.

  • I'm not going to help you make fucking cookies.

  • Well, then, I think you should leave.

  • Fine.

  • Fucking Christ.

  • Cleo: Have a great day. See you next time.

  • Iris: There you go. Just take your time.

  • ( rock playing quietly on speakers )

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  • Assholes.

  • Ah, it's not worth the fight.

  • Gotta save my energy for the dinner rush.

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  • You ever get a break from this place?

  • These are the good shifts.

  • I get it. I was a barback

  • at The Lodge in high school.

  • Hardest two weeks of my life.

  • - Two weeks, huh? - ( laughs ) Yeah.

  • Listen, I, uh, wanted to say thank you for yesterday.

  • Yeah, well,

  • we never think these kind of things

  • are gonna happen to our kids.

  • Speaking of which, how's yours doing?

  • Henry? Oh, she's all right.

  • Yeah? She seems like a smart girl.

  • Must take after her mom.

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  • Cleo: Maybe.

  • Anyway, I should get going.

  • You didn't happen to grab the

  • pie. You did.

  • - Cleo: Got you. - Thank you.

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  • All right, Bill. Let me get you your change.

  • Keep it. It's a tip.

  • Ah. ( blows raspberry )

  • Don't be ridiculous.

  • I'll take 3 bucks.

  • It's 20%.

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  • Listen, we should discuss other opportunities for you here in Reston.

  • Bill: When you finish your shift, why don't you stop by the auto center?

  • Cleo, order's up.

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  • Um, okay, yeah.

  • Uh, thank you, I will.

  • Great. Good.

  • See you then.

  • Okay.

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  • Gerhard: Now, let's take a closer look

  • at the main characters.

  • The torture of having to wait alone

  • is too much for Vladimir.

  • ( distantly ) He needs to wake Estragon from his dream.

  • Now, if we consider this relationship,

  • we realize how selfish Vladimir is,

  • unable to be alone.

  • ( muffled music )

  • ( school bell rings )

  • Essays are due on Thursday, everybody.

  • Gerhard: No exceptions.

  • ( students chatting )

  • Townes.

  • I need to talk to you,

  • but not here, so...

  • Are you coming?

  • You look terrible.

  • Thanks.

  • You smell bad, too.

  • You've got a real way with words, Townes.

  • Your hygiene has always been questionable,

  • but the odor you're giving off today

  • is particularly concerning.

  • - ( school bell rings ) - Yeah, well, I haven't slept,

  • like, at all, so...

  • Townes!

  • Please, where are you going?

  • I have to go to class.

  • Seriously, I maybe got, like, two hours.

  • Me too. Check out what I found.

  • What?

  • Holy shit.

  • Can I?

  • My God.

  • Man: Somebody grab him!

  • ( crowd exclaiming on video )

  • ( eerie music )

  • Yeah, but there's, like, a hundred of these videos.

  • Are you sure that it's not fake?

  • This one's different, I think.

  • I need to do more research

  • about who these men are,

  • but Henry,

  • you may not be alone.

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  • I teleported in my sleep last night.

  • What do you mean?

  • Like, my subconscious

  • took my body somewhere. I don't know.

  • Whoa.

  • Or someone summoned you to them.

  • What?

  • That's fucking terrifying, Townes.

  • You sure it wasn't a dream?

  • Well, I woke up in a confined space,

  • I couldn't see shit, and I cut myself on something,

  • so yeah, it didn't feel like a dream.

  • Okay, well, maybe we can search for reported explosions

  • - to narrow down your location. - No, I didn't--

  • It wasn't-- It wasn't, like, destructive.

  • It was different. It was like--

  • It was easier.

  • It was just, like, my body

  • drifted away.

  • Right.

  • Well, you were in a relaxed state.

  • Your body wasn't under duress.

  • Yeah, well, now it fucking is.

  • I don't know how much longer I can stay awake.

  • I'm fucking tired.

  • And what happens if I go to sleep, Townes?

  • I could literally end up anywhere.

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  • Can...

  • Can you come

  • over to my house?

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