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  • ( Dan Auerbach's "Shine On Me" )

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  • You only got a couple miles to go

  • If you're trying to drive me insane

  • ♪ I saw you crack a smile about a week ago

  • In the middle of the pouring rain

  • ♪ I climbed the cliffs of Dover

  • Zoe: Craft a healing potion for the boss crawl

  • 'cause the loot boxes are weak sauce.

  • Follow me.

  • Leroy Jenkins!

  • Right behind you.

  • Townes.

  • School.

  • Yeah.

  • Shine on me

  • Shine on me

  • Shine on me

  • ♪ I get up I gotta get me a plan

  • To do whatever I can I suppose

  • Zoe: I'm not doing so great in Geometry.

  • My last test I-- oh no, crap.

  • Orc on my six.

  • Hold.

  • Gotta switch to my ranged dragon bow.

  • Got him.

  • If you need help with your homework,

  • call me.

  • Zoe: Really? That'd be great.

  • Thanks.

  • Townes, you're gonna be late.

  • Yeah.

  • Shine on me

  • Shine on me

  • Shine on me

  • You're still coming to my science award ceremony, right?

  • Zoe: Yeah, I can't wait to see you.

  • Remember, it starts at six.

  • I emailed and messaged you the address.

  • Zoe: I got it.

  • Uh, just so you know,

  • in the picture I sent you I have bangs,

  • but they've grown out now,

  • so I look different.

  • Okay, then wear that Naruto headband

  • I sent you, so I can recognize you.

  • Zoe: Cool, yeah, good idea.

  • I love you.

  • Zoe: I love you too.

  • Shine on me

  • Shine on me

  • ( haunting futuristic music )

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  • ( rock music playing )

  • Hey.

  • We're here.

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  • I got you a breakfast burrito.

  • Egg, cheese,

  • and an obscene amount of mayo,

  • as you like it.

  • You stopped somewhere and I didn't even notice?

  • - You were out cold. - Thanks.

  • And thank you for taking me home.

  • Yeah, well, I was in the neighborhood.

  • So...

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  • What--what're you doing later?

  • School.

  • What are you doing?

  • Well, traffic sucks right now,

  • so I thought I'd wait it out a couple of days.

  • Just to be safe.

  • Right.

  • Plus, you owe me that story about the old lady in Vermont.

  • Right.

  • I can find somewhere to crash.

  • But only if you want me to.

  • Okay.

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  • Can you pick me up after school?

  • Yes, ma'am.

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  • - Get out of my car. - Okay. ( laughs )

  • Bye.

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  • ( engine starts )

  • ( gasps, whimpers )

  • Ah. ( whooshes )

  • ( panting )

  • I think I can make it there around 5:30.

  • - Okay, good. - Come from work.

  • Hi, honey.

  • You feeling better?

  • Yeah. Yes.

  • Um, I still kind of have a headache,

  • but much better. Yeah.

  • You know, breakfast actually looks really good today.

  • Yeah? Want pancakes?

  • I can make you some pancakes?

  • No, you don't have to do that.

  • Can you pass me the peanut butter, though?

  • Uh, Henry, did you hear that Jenna won first prize

  • in the State Science Decathlon?

  • Dad.

  • What, can't be proud of my own daughter?

  • I didn't even know she was in a state science thing.

  • It's not a big deal.

  • Thomas: She's just nervous

  • 'cause she has to accept the prize

  • in front of the whole school.

  • Yeah, it's a special presentation

  • before the big game tonight.

  • Dad, Townes is accepting the award, okay?

  • Not me. It's--it's a team thing.

  • Well, I think it's very impressive.

  • I never won anything when I was in high school.

  • We're all gonna be there to support you.

  • - Yeah. - Right?

  • Yeah, I'll be there.

  • - So is it true? - Shit if I know, dude.

  • I mean, I should probably, like, ask my mom.

  • But what would I say?

  • Hey, I woke up in a home

  • that we used to live in from before I can remember,

  • met some old lady,

  • and she told me Dad was fucking nuts.

  • True or false?

  • Yeah, that does-- that does sound bad.

  • But...

  • what if you and he both--

  • you know...

  • Well, we'd make the perfect pair.

  • Traveling schizophrenic dad and seizure daughter.

  • You could have a sitcom.

  • Boy: The game you've all been waiting for is tonight,

  • against our rivals, Lincoln High.

  • Come support our Warriors.

  • The game starts at 5:00.

  • So, is your boyfriend still in town?

  • He's not my boyfriend.

  • But I thought...

  • Did it end badly or something?

  • No, things didn't really end.

  • They just...

  • It's a long story.

  • Anyway, he's here now, so I'll see if I can get him to come to your ceremony.

  • Oh, yeah, uh...

  • I don't--I don't think you should come.

  • No, I want to.

  • I mean, it's like important to you.

  • Clay's gonna be honored at the game.

  • I wanted to tell you before,

  • but I--I think it's gonna be a big thing.

  • It's gross, I know.

  • If people knew what he was really like,

  • then they wouldn't be treating him like he was

  • some sort of God.

  • Yeah, it's fine.

  • I can handle it.

  • Are you sure?

  • Zach: Hey, Jenna.

  • Hi.

  • I was wondering, if you're gonna be around after the game,

  • I figured maybe we could hang out

  • and watch a movie or something?

  • Yeah, okay, that'd be cool.

  • Cool.

  • What was that about?

  • Jenna: We're just-- we're just hanging out.

  • Since when?

  • He's not like the other guys on the team.

  • Yeah, I know.

  • He seems really nice.

  • I was just saying,

  • like, be careful.

  • I should get to class.

  • ( ominous music )

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  • ( paper rustles )

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  • ( grunts )

  • ( pants )

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  • Oh, fuck, God damn it.

  • ( liquid pouring )

  • ( pants )

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  • ( upbeat hip hop music )

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  • Mrs. Miller.

  • His service was this morning.

  • We received a bag of Amos' effects with his body,

  • but his Bible is missing.

  • I see.

  • Well, we gave you everything that we had.

  • Anna: Everything he had on him when he was brought in.

  • But he

  • always carried it with him.

  • Always.

  • Well, I can check with the medical examiner,

  • and make sure that it wasn't misplaced.

  • Look, it was stolen.

  • How do you know that?

  • If it wasn't with him, it was stolen.

  • Do you understand?

  • Okay.

  • Okay, um...

  • Anna: Can you tell me what it looked like?

  • It's, uh, a pocket Bible.

  • Brown with Amos' name

  • on the front.

  • It was a gift from his father and myself

  • on his 16th birthday.

  • ( ominous music )

  • Please, help me find it.

  • Please.

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  • Hi, Randy, uh, this is Anna Hulce.

  • Um, my car is giving me some trouble.

  • Can I get a tow?

  • ( calm rock music )

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  • You wanna grab something to eat?

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  • What are you doing?

  • If something's wrong, you can tell me.

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  • Ever since I picked you up,

  • you just...

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  • What's going on?

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  • Henry.

  • Just shut up, please.

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  • ( panting )

  • ( moaning )

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  • ( R&B drowns out rock music )

  • You okay?

  • - Henry. - Yeah.

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  • I'm being serious. Ow, hey!

  • - That hurts--hey. - Henry--calm.

  • ( pants )

  • ( calm rock music )

  • You okay?

  • Fuck. ( moans )

  • Did I do something wrong?

  • No, no, no. No.

  • Just need some air.

  • ( breathes heavily )

  • Sorry.

  • No, no, don't be.