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2024年06月11日

职业杀手 Hit Man(2023)英文字幕预览


1 00:01:01 So, what does Nietzsche mean when he says,
2 00:01:04 "The secret for harvesting from existence
3 00:01:06 the greatest fruitfulness,the greatest enjoyment
4 00:01:09 is to live dangerously!
5 00:01:11 Build your citieson the slopes of Vesuvius!
6 00:01:13 Send your ships into uncharted seas!
7 00:01:15 Live at war withyour peers and yourselves!"
8 00:01:19 What is he getting at here?
9 00:01:24 Anybody?
10 00:01:26 Sylvia.
11 00:01:28 It sounds like he's saying you have toput yourself out there.
12 00:01:32 You have to take risksand get out of your comfort zone
13 00:01:35 because life is short.
14 00:01:37 You have to live passionatelyand on your own terms.
15 00:01:41 Well, I havea three-word response to that.
16 00:01:44 Ab-so-lutely.
17 00:01:46 - Says the guy driving a Civic.
18 00:02:39 I know on the surfacemy life looks simple, a little plain.
19 00:02:43 A guy feeding birdsand living alone with his cats
20 00:02:46 in the suburbs, but I liked my inner life.
21 00:02:51 I was pretty happy.
22 00:02:53 ...At least, content.
23 00:02:56 Oh, by the way, my name is Gary Johnson,and for a few years,
24 00:03:00 I'd been teaching psychologyand philosophy classes
25 00:03:02 at the University of New Orleans.
26 00:03:05 While I'd always enjoyedliving in a world of questions and ideas,
27 00:03:09 I also had a flair for allthings electronic and digital
28 00:03:13 and found myself supplementing my income
29 00:03:15 - by working part-time undercover...Hey, Gary!
30 00:03:17 ...with the New Orleans Police Department.
31 00:03:21 After some obligatory training,
32 00:03:23 I was soon hiding cameras, mics,and getting good recordings,
33 00:03:26 mostly in murder-for-hire cases.
34 00:03:30 What can I say?
35 00:03:31 I was minding my own businesswhen my life took the oddest of turns.
36 00:03:46 Jasper better watchhis ass with this Craig guy.
37 00:03:49 Several assault charges, possession...
38 00:03:54 Hey, Gary.
39 00:03:55 Look, we just heard. Jasper can't go in.
40 00:03:58 Chief officially suspended himfor those teenagers he jacked up.
41 00:04:01 Finally.
42 00:04:02 Anyway, we're thinking you're up.
43 00:04:05 I'm up? What is "up"?
44 00:04:08 Congrats, Gary, you just gotpromoted to contract killer.
45 00:04:15 Oh, well, you reschedule.
46 00:04:18 He's not even here yet.
47 00:04:19 Hitmen don't cancel the first meeting.
48 00:04:21 Hitmen?
49 00:04:24 Hitmen don't exist.
50 00:04:25 What, are we followingmade-up rules now?
51 00:04:26 You've seen this a million times.You can do it.
52 00:04:29 Why don't you do it?
53 00:04:30 No way. Tried years ago,almost got killed.
54 00:04:34 I don't want to almostget killed either. Okay?
55 00:04:37 I'm a civilian.
56 00:04:38 We got your back.
57 00:04:39 We'll move in if it startsgetting pear-shaped.
58 00:04:44 Clock's ticking,I need you to grab Jasper's wire.
59 00:04:46 And you might want tocheck this out real quick.
60 00:04:48 That is everything we know so far, Billy.
61 00:04:52 - What?- Your alias.
62 00:04:53 "Billy." Let's go.
63 00:04:56 Oh, my God, I'm gonna die.
64 00:05:11 What a bunch of cancel culture bullshit...
65 00:05:15 I'm sorry about this, Jasper.So, Claude sent me to...
66 00:05:18 You know, a lot of people were finewith what I did, given the circumstances.
67 00:05:22 They actually had no problem with it.
68 00:05:25 If you read the comment section,it's like two-to-one my side.
69 00:05:30 That sucks.
70 00:05:33 Fuck 'em.
71 00:05:35 A 120-day suspension with pay. Fuck.
72 00:05:40 Fuckin' fine with me.I'm going fishin', motherfuckers.
73 00:05:44 I'll spend the whole summer in Pensacola.
74 00:05:47 See how everyone around heredoes without me.
75 00:05:50 Why are you in my car?
76 00:05:54 Well, Claude said to getyour mic and transmitter.
77 00:05:58 So, who's going in my place?
78 00:06:03 You?
79 00:06:07 Right?
80 00:06:08 Wow.
81 00:06:10 I just feel likethere's better candidates.
82 00:06:12 Yeah, yeah.
83 00:06:16 Eh... makes sense.
84 00:06:18 You have this unreadable face,perfectly forgettable.
85 00:06:23 I know.
86 00:06:26 So, I've been listeningon these for a while.
87 00:06:28 You know, I kinda know what to say, but...
88 00:06:31 any wisdom? Or tricks?
89 00:06:33 Bottom line, they gotta believe it. Okay?
90 00:06:37 They want you to be this killer,so you gotta be that.
91 00:06:40 You can't show any weakness.It's-- it's constant aggression
92 00:06:44 until you hear the wordsout of their mouth.
93 00:06:46 Got it.
94 00:06:48 But you gotta be relaxed.
95 00:06:50 Easy breezy.
96 00:06:53 All right, so, I'm looking for...
97 00:06:55 - ...like, I'm trying to...
98 00:06:59 Your job is to putthese assholes in prison.
99 00:07:02 - What's up, Claude?- New Billy's got to make moves.
100 00:07:05 - Craig's here.- All right.
101 00:07:07 Oh, man...
102 00:07:09 You only get one first impression.Don't fuck it up.
103 00:07:13 You're not wearing thosein there, are you?
104 00:07:21 Honestly, these are pretty good, man.
105 00:07:24 They breathe really well.
106 00:07:25 Yeah. Oh.
107 00:07:31 Hah!
108 00:07:34 You're Billy.
109 00:07:36 You're a killer!
110 00:07:42 You kill...
111 00:07:45 for a living!
112 00:08:15 Picked a bad table.Grab your shit. Sit down.
113 00:08:27 Listen, this whole thing'sgotta be based on trust.
114 00:08:32 Yeah, man.
115 00:08:34 No shit.
116 00:08:38 So, uh...
117 00:08:41 ...how long you been doin' this?
118 00:08:43 That's none of your fuckin' business.
119 00:08:47 Oh, shit. Look at Gary.
120 00:08:49 You called me to do a job.
121 00:08:50 The man is a natural.
122 00:08:52 Playing some offense here.
123 00:08:54 You don't know me, I don't know you,and at some point in the future,
124 00:08:57 that's gonna be a good thing.
125 00:08:59 We're not going to be friends. You got it?
126 00:09:05 Got it.
127 00:09:08 Breathe... Think hitman thoughts.
128 00:09:11 - So...- So...
129 00:09:14 ...you're assessing me.
130 00:09:16 Am I the right guyto eliminate your problem?
131 00:09:19 And, just so you know,I'm assessing you, too.
132 00:09:24 Are you full of shit?
133 00:09:26 Some big talker who's not serious?
134 00:09:28 And if you are serious now,are you one day gonna find Jesus
135 00:09:31 and be so overburdenedby guilt and remorse
136 00:09:34 and confess your sins?
137 00:09:35 Are you gonna crack under pressure, Craig,
138 00:09:38 and are you gonna pointa fucking finger at me?
139 00:09:40 Never!
140 00:09:42 Fuck, man, never.
141 00:09:44 In fact, I got it all worked out already.
142 00:09:49 Okay.
143 00:09:51 Let's hear it.
144 00:09:55 I work a seven and seven,
145 00:09:57 so starting this coming Tuesday,which is crew-change day outta Houma,
146 00:10:01 every second of my whereaboutsis documented and accounted for.
147 00:10:06 Huh?
148 00:10:07 That way, uh, anything, uh...bad were to happen,
149 00:10:13 no one could think I did it, right?
150 00:10:17 Not Craig, uh-uh,
151 00:10:19 cause Craig is outon an oil rig, isn't he?
152 00:10:23 A hundred and twenty miles outin the Gulf the whole damn time.
153 00:10:28 What do you think about that?
154 00:10:29 That's a good plan.
155 00:10:31 Yeah.
156 00:10:32 All right, I'd say Thursday or Fridayis probably the best time.
157 00:10:37 Sounds good.
158 00:10:38 So, what are you thinking exactly?
159 00:10:41 You know, just take care of 'em?
160 00:10:45 What does that mean, exactly?
161 00:10:48 C'mon, man.
162 00:10:50 You know what it means.
163 00:10:54 No, he just needs to go away for good.
164 00:10:58 So, what's your proximity afterwards?
165 00:11:01 What do you mean?
166 00:11:04 Going to the funeral?
167 00:11:05 Funeral?
168 00:11:08 In my ideal world,
169 00:11:10 there wouldn't have to bea funeral, would there?
170 00:11:13 So, no funeral?
171 00:11:15 Dude, I'm sorry, but...
172 00:11:18 Oh, boy.
173 00:11:18 Are we actually talking aboutthe same thing here?
174 00:11:22 Going off the rails here.C'mon, let's get back on track, Gary.
175 00:11:25 The reason I'm askingis because it sounds to me
176 00:11:28 like you're talking aboutthe disposal of a body,
177 00:11:31 which is more risky for me.
178 00:11:33 Gotcha... Yeah.
179 00:11:35 A faked suicide, botched robbery,I'm in and out.
180 00:11:38 What you're talking about requires meto spend a lot of time with the body
181 00:11:41 to make sure it's never discovered.
182 00:11:43 Right. I'm just curious...
183 00:11:49 How you do that?
184 00:11:51 Look, I'll let you inon a few of my secrets.
185 00:11:53 - Yeah.- I got different ways, but...
186 00:11:56 in this case,
187 00:11:58 I'll probably go full on,
188 00:12:00 separate the head from the body,do what I like to call a "bayou burial."
189 00:12:05 You know Bayou Gauche?
190 00:12:07 Sure do.
191 00:12:08 My family's got land out there,so, late at night,
192 00:12:11 I'll drift in undetected,drift out in a little boat,
193 00:12:17 let the alligators take it from there.
194 00:12:20 I mean, are we talking about the body...
195 00:12:25 or the head?
196 00:12:26 Body.
197 00:12:28 Head...
198 00:12:31 Head is a different story.
199 00:12:33 Head means teeth.
200 00:12:36 Teeth are a fuckin' problem.
201 00:12:38 Dental records, right?
202 00:12:41 Okay.
203 00:12:43 So, what do you do about that?
204 00:12:46 Well, I find a spotin the middle of nowhere,
205 00:12:50 stick of dynamite in the mouth...
206 00:12:53 No more teeth, no more problem.
207 00:12:57 - You just blow that fucker up, huh?- Mm.
208 00:12:59 Goddamn.
209 00:13:02 Wow.
210 00:13:05 Hey, what about fingerprints, huh?
211 00:13:08 I mean, those are kinda like teeth, right?I mean, they can identify from that?
212 00:13:13 What do you do about that?
213 00:13:16 I can tell you're very thoroughin your thinking,
214 00:13:18 - which is good.- Hmm.
215 00:13:20 Now, in case the headless,uneaten body is discovered,
216 00:13:24 which has never happenedwith me, but, yeah...
217 00:13:27 no more fingertips.
218 00:13:28 I would have already removed thoseand dispersed them separately.
219 00:13:34 Sounds kind of weird, but... I got a ritual.
220 00:13:39 So, I divide the number of milesby the number of fingers,
221 00:13:42 so when I'm driving out to a location,in this case 50 miles...
222 00:13:46 I roll down the window,toss one out every five miles or so.
223 00:13:52 Just toss them fingers out the window...
224 00:13:56 Shit, man, you're the--
225 00:13:58 you're the real deal, aren't ya?
226 00:14:00 Yeah.
227 00:14:01 And by the way,
228 00:14:03 I'm not running a fuckin' charity here.
229 00:14:07 Did you bring the cash?
230 00:14:08 Oh, shit, yeah. No, of course.
231 00:14:20 I've got, uh, 2,500, uh, cash now,
232 00:14:24 and, uh, I give youthe other 2,500 after, right?
233 00:14:31 Great.
234 00:14:33 Now, I just needyour absolute final sign-off.
235 00:14:36 We're entering a contract here
236 00:14:37 you won't be able to walk away fromin about a week.
237 00:14:39 So, I need you to look me in the eyes,
238 00:14:41 and I need to hear the wordsout of your mouth right now.
239 00:14:43 Chill. I just...
240 00:14:45 I just thought that we, you know,agreed to it already, but, yeah.
241 00:14:49 Look man, I-I want you to off this guy
242 00:14:52 in... whatever way suits you best.
243 00:14:55 Got him.
244 00:14:56 I knew it.
245 00:14:57 We'll be in touch.
246 00:15:00 I gotta say, man,
247 00:15:02 hell of a profession you're in.
248 00:15:04 Yep.
249 00:15:05 The next time you see me,you'll have a brand-new life.
250 00:15:09 I guess so.
251 00:15:17 Freeze! Put your hands up!
252 00:15:19 Go, go, go, go.
253 00:15:20 - What the fuck?- Let me see your hands.
254 00:15:21 - Turn, let me see your hands.- The fuck did I do?
255 00:15:23 Huh? Fuck! Fuckin' hands off--
256 00:15:26 You have the right to remain silent.Anything you say can and will
257 00:15:28 be used against you in a court of law.You have the right to an attorney.
258 00:15:31 If you so desire, and cannot afford one,one will be appointed to you by the court.
259 00:15:33 - Do you understand these rights?Motherfucker.
260 00:15:36 I understand you shouldgo fuck yourself. How about that?
261 00:15:40 You got him. Good job.
262 00:15:43 Hey!
263 00:15:45 Okay, Daniel Day!
264 00:15:47 Nailed that fucker.
265 00:15:49 You got the cash, got the rightwords out of him, sheesh!
266 00:15:52 - So that was good?- Yeah!
267 00:15:53 You got him, man! Great job, Gary.
268 00:15:56 That was so smooth.Who was that guy in there?
269 00:15:59 I don't know.
270 00:16:01 Open and fuckin' shut.You might have just saved a life.
271 00:16:03 How's that feel?
272 00:16:04 Feels good. Feels really good.
273 00:16:08 Hey, can I have my pants back now?
274 00:16:10 Yeah.
275 00:16:13 God, you guys are weird.
276 00:16:20 Hey, Gary.
277 00:16:21 Does your familyreally have land out on the bayou?
278 00:16:24 - Oh, no, I made that part up.
279 00:16:27 I have been out there a few times birding.
280 00:16:30 - Birding?- Yeah.
281 00:16:33 You don't say?
282 00:16:34 You know, I once saw, uh, threepileated woodpeckers at the same time.
283 00:16:38 Wh-- Uh, pileated?
284 00:16:39 Yeah.
285 00:16:41 Just these big beautifulkinda pterodactyl-looking guys.
286 00:16:46 Technically, it's the first cousinto the elusive ivory-bill.
287 00:16:51 Which there was a rumoredsighting of back in 2005,
288 00:16:54 first in over a hundred years.
289 00:16:56 Caused a big stir,'cause most people think they're extinct,
290 00:16:58 but others thinkthey might have just developed
291 00:17:01 a successful strategy to avoid people.
292 00:17:03 Can we turn up the air, Phil?
293 00:17:19 Well, great work, Gary.
294 00:17:21 Yeah, man.
295 00:17:22 All right, bye.
296 00:17:23 Oh, jeez.
297 00:17:25 Bye.
298 00:17:26 Do you think he knows he was being funny?
299 00:17:28 I don't think so,but it's hard to tell with Gary.
300 00:17:31 You know, that throwing fingertipsout the window every five miles...
301 00:17:34 - Who even thinks something like that up?- That's some specifically twisted shit.
302 00:17:38 I mean, it's safe to saywe got our new hitman,
303 00:17:41 at least until Jasper gets back.
304 00:17:43 120 days, that's too soon, if you ask me.
305 00:17:46 Yeah, 'cause Jasper's a dick.
306 00:17:49 You know, people feelalmost disappointed to learn
307 00:17:53 that hitmen don't really exist.
308 00:17:55 This idea that there arepeople out there at a retail level
309 00:17:58 you can just hire to eliminateyour worst relationship issues
310 00:18:02 or facilitate some money scheme,or the usual combination of both.
311 00:18:07 It's a total pop culture fantasy.But because hitmen
312 00:18:10 have been a staple of books,movies, and TV for the last 50 years,
313 00:18:15 good luck getting anyone to believetheir existence is all a myth.
314 00:18:19 But of course, my job wasnot to debunk the fantasy,
315 00:18:22 but rather become the fantasy.
316 00:18:25 And I took that part of the jobvery seriously.
317 00:18:29 While I wasn't the kind of personthat could ever get worked up enough
318 00:18:32 to want to kill or die for anything,maybe they had cast me correctly
319 00:18:37 because the one thingthat had prepared me for my new job
320 00:18:40 was my primary interest:
321 00:18:41 the eternal mystery of humanconsciousness and behavior.
322 00:18:46 So, I, uh...got your number...
323 00:18:50 from a friend.
324 00:18:53 Heard we should meet.
325 00:18:55 Sounds like you got a particularset of skills and what not.
326 00:19:00 Uh... shit.
327 00:19:02 There was something elseI was supposed to say.
328 00:19:07 Well...
329 00:19:08 I'm sure you're picking upmy drift here of the nature of...
330 00:19:13 Anyway, just call me back.
331 00:19:16 My name's Walt.
332 00:19:25 Uh...
333 00:19:27 How's the pie?
334 00:19:29 All pie is good pie.
335 00:19:32 All right.
336 00:19:37 So...
337 00:19:40 what's next?
338 00:19:45 You know, I'm forever fascinatedand amazed by the folks
339 00:19:48 who actually think that some guythey just met ten minutes ago,
340 00:19:50 for not that much money,would risk the death penalty
341 00:19:53 to help them with somecrazy murderous scheme.
342 00:19:58 I almost envy their naïveté and passion.
343 00:20:01 You know, it doesn't matterwho you asked about finding a hitman...
344 00:20:04 So, you know I've, uh...been looking for somebody
345 00:20:08 to help me out with a, uh...little problem that I'm having lately.
346 00:20:12 I figured you knew somebodyin that line of work.
347 00:20:16 I can ask around.
348 00:20:17 All right.
349 00:20:19 I don't know how serious he was,
350 00:20:21 but dude was hella sketchy.And I was scared.
351 00:20:25 The referral usuallyfinds its way to the police.
352 00:20:28 Who make sure they get my number.
353 00:20:35 You need to roll your tongue hard. Rrrrr...
354 00:20:39 I realized not everyone fantasizedabout the same fixer.
355 00:20:43 So, I found tailoring the hitmanto the individual client
356 00:20:47 was much more effective.
357 00:20:49 And I had a knack for beingthe person they needed me to be.
358 00:20:54 ♪ I'm so fucked upI see murders selling in the park ♪
359 00:20:57 We got our album coming up soon,all the drama and everything from that
360 00:21:01 is only gonna be good for us.
361 00:21:03 He beefin' with this catnamed Rob49, like this--
362 00:21:06 He this real gangster motherfucker.
363 00:21:09 So, I feel like everybodygonna figure, you know,
364 00:21:11 "that's his shit," you know, I'm thinking.I'm gonna make sure I'm out of town,
365 00:21:14 so all you gotta do is come through...
366 00:21:16 Guy, I don't need your reasons
367 00:21:18 or your fuckin' business plan.
368 00:21:21 Give me the name and the money.
369 00:21:24 All right. Straight to business.I like that.
370 00:21:31 By the timethey were sitting down with me,
371 00:21:33 they'd mostly made up their minds.
372 00:21:35 They'd crossed that psychotic Rubiconand just needed me to confirm
373 00:21:39 that their darkest desireswere the right desires.
374 00:21:42 If you come in the side entrance,near the poolhouse,
375 00:21:45 there are no cameras.
376 00:21:47 Lady, this is quite the house.
377 00:21:51 And I'm not gonna letthat sumbitch take it from me.
378 00:21:55 You do your part...
379 00:21:57 And I'll do mine.
380 00:22:00 Yes, ma'am.
381 00:22:02 And after he's gone,
382 00:22:03 I'll be in that big house all alone.
383 00:22:09 Big house?
384 00:22:10 Big house...
385 00:22:15 Of course, I'd chargea high society person more
386 00:22:18 just to seem more realistic,but to me any payment was evidence,
387 00:22:21 so I'd take whateverthey were able to give.
388 00:22:27 It's not that much,but you can have these, too.
389 00:22:31 Do you really wanna killyour mom, Monte?
390 00:22:38 You're young.
391 00:22:39 You'll be making yourself an orphan.
392 00:22:42 That's the point.
393 00:22:43 Did I ask your opinion?
394 00:22:46 Kill the bitch.
395 00:22:47 And they ended up givingthis little future school-shooter
396 00:22:51 adjudicated probation.
397 00:22:53 Okay, Boss.
398 00:22:57 My would-be employersran the gamut.
399 00:22:59 Evenly divided between men and women,
400 00:23:02 young and old, rich and poor.
401 00:23:10 I like suicide. That seems clean.
402 00:23:14 Doesn't it?
403 00:23:17 That's the dream.
404 00:23:18 But a left-handed persondoesn't shoot themselves
405 00:23:21 with their right hand.
406 00:23:23 A person with a phobiafor heights doesn't jump.
407 00:23:26 A well-tied noose requires studying.
408 00:23:30 Suicidal peoplewanna leave this world quickly.
409 00:23:32 They don't want to explain themselves.
410 00:23:36 Neither do I.
411 00:23:37 Maybe... surprise me?
412 00:23:39 Sounds lovely.
413 00:23:43 See, I filed a mental healthwarning against him a while back,
414 00:23:46 describing him as suicidal,so it'll make sense to everyone.
415 00:23:51 Then I can sue his doctorsfor malpractice.
416 00:23:55 You are smart lady.
417 00:23:58 I'm thinking, cut the wrists,then hold him 'til he bleeds to death?
418 00:24:03 I am in service business.
419 00:24:05 I heard that was a fairly painlessway to go, bleeding to death.
420 00:24:10 Now, I don't have the kind of money
421 00:24:13 you were talking abouton the phone in cash,
422 00:24:15 but I have a dealthat'll be worth even more to you.
423 00:24:22 See.
424 00:24:25 You can have this boat,but you can't sell it in Louisiana
425 00:24:29 'cause there's an insurance claimagainst it.
426 00:24:32 But you take it over to East Texas,Beaumont or Port Arthur...
427 00:24:36 I guarantee you'll getat least 6,000 for it.
428 00:24:39 Speed boat.
429 00:24:43 Like Miami Vice.
430 00:24:46 Yeah! Like Miami Vice.
431 00:25:00 Believe me, we will get toall of this eventually,
432 00:25:04 but let me jump in and pose a question'cause I think it's going to be a lot of
433 00:25:10 what we're going to beexploring this semester,
434 00:25:13 these concepts of personality,self, and consciousness.
435 00:25:16 So, my simple question is...
436 00:25:21 How many of you think you know yourselves?
437 00:25:25 Have a strong sense of who you are?
438 00:25:31 Oh, come on, you don't know yourselves?
439 00:25:34 Of course you do.
440 00:25:36 Your entire being is investedwith this notion of self.
441 00:25:38 It has to be for its own survival,
442 00:25:41 but what we'll be doing this semester
443 00:25:43 is challenging this notion.
444 00:25:47 What if your "self" is a construction?
445 00:25:53 An illusion, an act,a role you've been playing
446 00:25:56 every day since you can remember?
447 00:25:59 It's always a poignant moment
448 00:26:01 when your ex is having a kidwith someone else.
449 00:26:03 We'll see.
450 00:26:06 Seems like a pretty good class.
451 00:26:07 I know many peopledespise their exes,
452 00:26:09 but Alicia might have been my best friend.
453 00:26:13 Or at least the person that knew me best.
454 00:26:15 If the "self" is a construct,
455 00:26:16 and it's all just role play,do you think people can change?
456 00:26:22 Yeah, within our set-points,which really isn't that much.
457 00:26:27 Yeah, I don't know.I was never really sure about that.
458 00:26:29 You know, there's actually beena lot of recent research and data
459 00:26:32 that says we can.
460 00:26:35 Enlighten me.
461 00:26:37 I've been reading a lot recentlyabout how researchers are finding
462 00:26:40 that people can change their personalitieswell into their adulthood.
463 00:26:43 And, I mean, I'm workingwith numerous clients on it.
464 00:26:46 All right. Define "change."
465 00:26:49 Okay. The five traitsthat make up personality.
466 00:26:52 Right? Extroversion,openness to experience,
467 00:26:55 emotional stability, agreeablenessand conscientiousness.
468 00:26:58 They can, they can all be alteredwithin just a few months.
469 00:27:01 In what sense?
470 00:27:03 Well, I mean, you have to embody the traitrather than just think about it.
471 00:27:08 You know, it's like the "as if" principle,
472 00:27:10 where you behave "as if" you arethe person you want to be,
473 00:27:12 and then pretty soonyou might realize... that is you.
474 00:27:16 The old you goes... where exactly?
475 00:27:20 Still there, just,just dialed down significantly,
476 00:27:24 and the... the new you is dialed up.
477 00:27:27 So, you just didn't have a couple decadesto wait for me to change?
478 00:27:34 Well...
479 00:27:35 Uh...
480 00:27:37 if there was one thingyou seemed least interested in,
481 00:27:39 it was probably change.
482 00:27:41 I've accepted the ideaa normal relationship isn't in my cards.
483 00:27:45 No. What is normal?
484 00:27:47 I mean, look at it this way,everyone is at least a little fucked up.
485 00:27:51 You just need to find someone who isa little fucked up in a way that you like.
486 00:27:54 Or at least, I don't know, in a waythat complements your own fucked-upness.
487 00:27:57 And that is a differentkind of survival technique
488 00:27:58 that would involve another person.
489 00:28:02 - Okay.
490 00:28:05 Okay.
491 00:28:06 Speaking of, um, fucked up,
492 00:28:08 I don't know, I thought you were justdoing tech support stuff for the police.
493 00:28:15 Now, you're like a full-blownundercover murder-stopper?
494 00:28:17 Yeah.
495 00:28:19 That's me.
496 00:28:21 I'm sorry, that must be so weird.
497 00:28:23 You know, I'm nevergonna give up teaching,
498 00:28:24 but this undercover thingis like field research.
499 00:28:27 How so?
500 00:28:28 Oh, man, you would not believethe side of humanity I'm hanging out with.
501 00:28:33 And a lot of it is seeinghow love has just curdled into hate,
502 00:28:39 and... murder is just the best way out.
503 00:28:44 Wow.
504 00:28:46 I have a feeling you neverwanted to murder me when we were married.
505 00:28:54 - You're saying it like it's a bad thing.- Well, no, no. It's just an observation.
506 00:28:58 I mean, to kill someone, I just imagine
507 00:29:01 you'd have to be capable ofsome serious passion.
508 00:29:06 I'm not incapable of passion.
509 00:29:08 For certain things, yes, definitely, but...
510 00:29:12 I think you should see someone.
511 00:29:14 Like a therapist?
512 00:29:16 No, no. Like a, like a woman.
513 00:29:18 Or whatever.
514 00:29:21 I have the loyal company of Id and Ego.
515 00:29:23 Okay. You need to seea woman and a therapist.
516 00:29:33 I'm tellin' ya, I just don't thinkit's the best use of my skills.
517 00:29:37 Just remember, Jasper,if it weren't for the police union,
518 00:29:40 you wouldn't even have a job right now.
519 00:29:42 Understood.
520 00:29:44 Uh, but now that I am back,I should have my job back.
521 00:29:47 - You know, at least I'm trained for it.Um...
522 00:29:50 Maybe you hadn't heardsince you were on suspension,
523 00:29:52 but Gary's done a great job.
524 00:29:54 His conviction rate is high,and quite frankly,
525 00:29:57 he's got a better range than you do.
526 00:30:01 Do you believe that, Gary?
527 00:30:09 Do you guys think that's true?
528 00:30:13 Stats don't lie.
529 00:30:15 You don't like your position, Jasper?
530 00:30:17 Maybe I can find somethingfor you over in traffic patrol.
531 00:30:19 Well, shit. Why don't you just have meclean the toilets around here, Sarge?
532 00:30:23 I-I could do that!
533 00:30:25 Since you're being the asshole,
534 00:30:27 I'll just come right out and say it.
535 00:30:29 We're trying to hide your face, okay?
536 00:30:33 "Who's that beating up those teenagers?"
537 00:30:35 Not for no reason.
538 00:30:37 Maybe you've forgotten, Jasper,
539 00:30:38 unlike the nine million otherpeople who watched your video,
540 00:30:41 but we got an angry public out there,and we don't want them in our business.
541 00:30:45 So, take my advice.
542 00:30:48 Do yourself and all of us a favor.
543 00:30:52 Lay low and keep your goddamn mouth shut.
544 00:30:54 Can you do that?
545 00:30:57 Anything else?
546 00:31:07 Mother was Miss Del Rio.
547 00:31:09 They all moved to New Orleansafter Katrina.
548 00:31:12 Parents divorced,no father in the picture.
549 00:31:17 Short stints hairdressing,flight attendant.
550 00:31:21 Married to husband, Ray Masters,
551 00:31:23 works in his family'soil and gas business.
552 00:31:27 Then...
553 00:31:28 - ...nothing.
554 00:31:31 No criminal record.
555 00:31:33 A couple of domestic complaints,no arrests...
556 00:31:38 Huh.
557 00:31:44 So, Madison...
558 00:31:49 ...who is your hitman?
559 00:32:25 Are you enjoying your pie?
560 00:32:28 All pie is good pie.
561 00:32:33 Ron.
562 00:32:35 Madison.
563 00:32:49 So, tell me, Madison,what do you do for a living?
564 00:32:52 Devoted wife.
565 00:32:54 Obviously.
566 00:32:56 I assume that's whatwe're here to talk about.
567 00:32:58 Mm-hmm.
568 00:33:00 And to answer your question, um...
569 00:33:03 he doesn't let me work.
570 00:33:06 He doesn't really let me do anything.
571 00:33:11 Can I have a bite of that pie?
572 00:33:15 Sure.
573 00:33:17 He has me on this stupid diet.
574 00:33:22 - Mm.
575 00:33:23 Oh, this is good.
576 00:33:29 Oh, he's cute.
577 00:33:33 You a dog person?
578 00:33:36 Do I look like a cat person?
579 00:33:38 Yeah. I don't really get cats.
580 00:33:40 Kinda creepy, you know?
581 00:33:42 Really?
582 00:33:44 Yeah, all those stories...
583 00:33:47 What stories?
584 00:33:49 The ones about, like, jealous catssmothering babies, that kind of stuff.
585 00:33:53 Whoa.
586 00:33:54 - Mm-hmm.- I'm sor-- Um--
587 00:33:56 Do you know someone who's lost a child
588 00:33:59 to a murderous, jealous cat?
589 00:34:02 I'm just trying to domy fact-checking here.
590 00:34:04 - Not, like, personally.- Okay.
591 00:34:05 But I've heard it from,like, a lot of people.
592 00:34:08 Well, then there you go.
593 00:34:10 We got to get to the bottom of this.
594 00:34:11 I agree.
595 00:34:12 Detective...
596 00:34:14 did we pull any paw prints off the victim?
597 00:34:17 No, sir, but we're herding suspects now.
598 00:34:21 No small challenge as we know.
599 00:34:25 Utter cat-astrophe.
600 00:34:29 - What?
601 00:34:33 Oh, you're good.
602 00:34:35 You, too.
603 00:34:42 So, what do you do?
604 00:34:47 Oh.
605 00:34:49 I'm sorry. I forgot.
606 00:34:50 No, it's okay.
607 00:34:52 This is...
608 00:34:55 It's a lot.
609 00:34:57 Yeah.
610 00:34:58 Um...
611 00:35:01 I can't believe I'm doing this.
612 00:35:06 You're in good hands with me.
613 00:35:09 So, h-how does this usually work?
614 00:35:13 How do you want it to work?
615 00:35:14 I don't know.
616 00:35:17 I'm just really scared.
617 00:35:22 Why are you scared?
618 00:35:25 Because he's a bad person.
619 00:35:29 You don't know what I married into,and it just keeps getting worse and worse.
620 00:35:37 I hear you.
621 00:35:45 Did you always know you wanted to be a...
622 00:35:50 Not exactly a childhood dream.
623 00:35:52 Do you ever think about it?
624 00:35:54 Like, if you did something else?
625 00:35:57 Or... or if you chose a different path?
626 00:36:03 I don't overthink things.I'm not very sentimental.
627 00:36:07 Yeah. Well, we all have regrets.
628 00:36:11 Well, in my line of work,I can't afford to think that way.
629 00:36:14 I wish I could do that.
630 00:36:16 But I just feel like I'm in prison,
631 00:36:18 and I'm gonna die in prison.
632 00:36:21 But I'm not gonna die in prison.
633 00:36:23 Because what if me coming here,
634 00:36:25 and meeting with you is the best decisionthat I've ever made
635 00:36:29 because it's for, it's for me?
636 00:36:36 - Oh.
637 00:36:39 Sorry.
638 00:36:43 Shit.
639 00:36:45 Um, it's-it's him.
640 00:36:47 - I-I have to go, but I brought the...
641 00:36:49 Can I throw something out there?
642 00:36:53 Listen, there's nothing in this for me.
643 00:36:55 Technically I'm un-employing myself here,but do your future self,
644 00:37:01 the one that deservesa happy, fulfilling life,
645 00:37:04 that can still have that, a big favor.
646 00:37:07 Take what's in there and get a new life.
647 00:37:11 Right now.
648 00:37:12 Don't go home.
649 00:37:16 And, if you need anything...
650 00:37:19 or if you change your mind...
651 00:37:22 you have my number.
652 00:37:42 Hello?
653 00:37:43 So, you're a fuckin' life coach now?
654 00:37:45 Is what I just saw and listened towhat I saw and listened to?
655 00:37:48 I'm not believing it.
656 00:37:49 What?
657 00:37:50 "What?" Never mind our sting operation...
658 00:37:53 "Let me be your therapist?"
659 00:37:55 She's not a killer.
660 00:37:57 She just needs to get it together.
661 00:37:58 I'm just out here servingthe overall public good.
662 00:38:03 Public good?
663 00:38:04 What you just did wasone of the most unprofessional things
664 00:38:09 I've ever witnessed.
665 00:38:11 See? See?
666 00:38:12 This is what happenswhen you hire an amateur.
667 00:38:14 Come on!
668 00:38:15 I steered clear of entrapment...
669 00:38:17 No, you let the jury decide that.
670 00:38:19 At least you got 'em in custody.
671 00:38:20 Okay. We can agreeto disagree on technique.
672 00:38:23 It's over.
673 00:38:23 And did you notice how cute she was?
674 00:38:26 I wonder if that hadanything to do with it?
675 00:38:28 Well, we'll never know, will we?
676 00:38:30 Since this weirdo let her off
677 00:38:32 before she could startincriminating herself.
678 00:38:36 It was, um, let's say, an unusual outcome,
679 00:38:40 and it'll be written up as such.
680 00:38:42 Okay, fine...
681 00:38:46 All right. Talk soon, Gary.
682 00:38:47 - All right.- Bye, Gary.
683 00:38:49 Bye.
684 00:38:53 Jeez Louise, he's sweatin' Gary hard.
685 00:38:57 I've seen this before.
686 00:38:59 Star goes down, back-up comes in
687 00:39:01 and just kicks ass forever more.
688 00:39:04 I mean, I knowhe dropped the ball on this one, but...
689 00:39:06 What's the name he used?
690 00:39:08 - Ron.- Yo, Ron is fuckin' dope.
691 00:39:10 He's like a Caucasian Idris.
692 00:39:13 I would love to grab a beer with that guy,and I'm not talking about Gary.
693 00:39:17 I would get black-out drunk with Ron.
694 00:39:19 I'd let him talk me into ripping lineson the way to Vegas.
695 00:39:22 I would rip my I.U.D. out for Ron.
696 00:39:24 I wouldn't share a straw with Gary.
697 00:39:26 Gary is hung like a straw, but Ron?
698 00:39:29 Strictly nightstick.
699 00:39:32 I mean, it's kind of soundinglike you would fuck Ron, too.
700 00:39:37 I would take your sloppy seconds...
701 00:39:40 if it were Ron.
702 00:39:42 This whole prosecutionhas been nothing more
703 00:39:47 than an entrapping, sting operation!
704 00:39:54 And this guy...
705 00:39:56 is the most dishonest, manipulative,
706 00:39:59 fraudulent kind of person there is!
707 00:40:03 This Gary Johnson isn't a human-being.
708 00:40:06 For a human being has humanity.
709 00:40:10 Empathy!
710 00:40:11 A human being aids in moments of weakness.
711 00:40:17 Gary Johnson preys on the weak.
712 00:40:21 And as far as legal procedures go,
713 00:40:24 it's like this undercover ghoul
714 00:40:28 is using an AR-15 to kill a mosquito.
715 00:40:34 I am so used to this.
716 00:40:36 While I've put forth a tonof irrefutable evidence,
717 00:40:39 all they've got is to somehowmake me the villain.
718 00:40:42 And I know they're just doing their jobs,
719 00:40:44 but a personal attackis still a personal attack
720 00:40:47 and kind of sucks to have to listen to.
721 00:40:51 We, the jury, find the defendantguilty as charged.
722 00:40:55 But in the "people areforever mysteries" category,
723 00:40:58 this would often happen:
724 00:41:00 I mean, I've forgiven her.She's forgiven me,
725 00:41:03 and, hell, I've done much worse.
726 00:41:06 I think she deserves a second chance...
727 00:41:08 Which was usually followed by this:
728 00:41:10 In light of all the evidenceand testimony we've heard,
729 00:41:13 we find the defendant not guilty.
730 00:41:17 Congratulations, Tammy!
731 00:41:23 Maybe their love wasn't perfect,
732 00:41:26 but it was something.
733 00:41:28 I hear ya.
734 00:41:30 I swear, our country's legal system...
735 00:41:33 Pull!
736 00:41:36 ...is fuckin' fucked.
737 00:41:38 - Here you go.Ah, no.
738 00:41:39 You need the practicea lot more than I do!
739 00:41:41 All right, then.
740 00:41:43 You can't blame someonefor taking the law
741 00:41:45 - in their own hands.- Hmm.
742 00:41:47 You know, there's a thingI really believe in.
743 00:41:49 - What's that?- That is personal justice
744 00:41:51 for when our pussifiedjustice system fails.
745 00:41:54 - When we do this, and we do it right...- Right.
746 00:41:58 ...personal justice, that's gonna be yours.
747 00:42:00 You didn't take all thatunfairness laying down.
748 00:42:02 Hell, no I didn't.
749 00:42:06 Pull!
750 00:42:10 Now, that's the AmericaI miss right there.
751 00:42:12 - Amen, amen.- Uh-huh.
752 00:42:14 Look...
753 00:42:16 ...there are three thingsyou need to kill a man.
754 00:42:18 Yes.
755 00:42:19 - The gun.- Right.
756 00:42:20 - The bullets.- Mm-hmm.
757 00:42:21 And the balls.
758 00:42:22 And, boy, I am stockpiledon three of those things.
759 00:42:26 Son of a bitch, Tanner.
760 00:42:29 Pull!
761 00:42:34 That's what I'm talkin' about right there.
762 00:43:01 I would, of course,never cross this line. I'm a professional.
763 00:43:06 But technically, she didn't text me.
764 00:43:08 She texted Ron.
765 00:43:11 But I don't think I'm a dog person.In fact, I may be allergic to them.
766 00:43:14 Physically and emotionally.
767 00:43:16 I find them to be too needy,
768 00:43:17 just pandering to whoever holds the meat.
769 00:43:22 But...
770 00:43:23 at the end of the day,we're all spineless...
771 00:43:26 we beg for more, embarrass ourselvesfor the scraps of others...
772 00:43:30 - Dogs just don't apologize for it.
773 00:43:36 Buddy.
774 00:43:43 You made it!
775 00:43:44 Wow, I... I thought I loved puppies.
776 00:43:47 Well, I gargle barbecue saucelike Listerine before these things.
777 00:43:51 Keeps the bitches bitchin'.
778 00:43:56 I'm glad you came.
779 00:43:57 I'm glad you invited me.
780 00:43:59 So, how are you?
781 00:44:02 I'm fine. I'm fine.
782 00:44:05 The real question is, how are you?
783 00:44:06 Oh, I'm, I'm great.
784 00:44:08 Yeah. I'm... I'm great.
785 00:44:10 I-I got out of there almost immediately.
786 00:44:12 I have my own place now in St. Roch.
787 00:44:14 I mean, it's a mess, but it's mine.So, I love it.
788 00:44:18 Um, I'm getting a divorce.
789 00:44:21 - Wow.- Yeah.
790 00:44:23 Sometimes you just gotta make a move.
791 00:44:27 I'm so happy for you.
792 00:44:30 You know, when I saw your text, I thought,
793 00:44:32 is she picking a dog charityas the place to re-engage me?
794 00:44:35 No! Oh, God, no. No.
795 00:44:37 That crazy moment has passed.
796 00:44:41 New me, new life, he's...
797 00:44:45 And look at you now.
798 00:44:47 - You like the hair?- Oh, I love the hair.
799 00:44:51 He hated it.
800 00:44:52 Hated dogs, hated miniskirts.So, you know what?
801 00:44:55 I'm just making up for lost time.
802 00:44:57 Well, I'm... just so happythis is how it's all going for you.
803 00:45:01 Thank you.
804 00:45:03 No, but really thank you.
805 00:45:05 Like, I don't want to be weirdor anything,
806 00:45:07 but I kinda couldn'thave done it without you.
807 00:45:09 There! I said it.
808 00:45:12 I don't get a lot ofthank yous in my line of work.
809 00:45:15 Yeah, I guess not.
810 00:45:18 Madison.
811 00:45:21 We have a situation in the husky cage.
812 00:45:22 Code brown.
813 00:45:24 - Hi.- Hi.
814 00:45:25 Oh, um, Ron, Jill.
815 00:45:27 Jill, Ron.
816 00:45:28 Nice to meet you. You need any help?
817 00:45:30 No, we're good. You okay?
818 00:45:32 I'm good.
819 00:45:34 I got things to do!
820 00:45:36 Okay.
821 00:45:38 Wow.
822 00:45:39 Oh, it's long, it's long!
823 00:45:41 Go, go, go!
824 00:45:46 There it is!
825 00:45:47 Oh!
826 00:45:49 Oh, no, no!
827 00:45:54 No.
828 00:45:55 No. No, I don't buy it.
829 00:45:57 What?
830 00:45:58 You're not a hitman.
831 00:46:00 You can't be. You cuddled puppies.
832 00:46:02 You played with kids.
833 00:46:04 You've opened every door for me tonight.
834 00:46:07 And yet, you kill people for money?
835 00:46:12 Chivalry may be dead,but I didn't kill it.
836 00:46:14 And I tried looking you up and nothing.It's like you don't even exist.
837 00:46:20 I guess I'm just your fantasy.
838 00:46:23 - Okay.
839 00:46:25 We'll see about that.
840 00:46:29 How many?
841 00:46:32 Wait, I don't wanna-- No, I do wanna know.
842 00:46:37 What? Does a gentleman not kill and tell?
843 00:46:40 Okay. For the record, I love people.
844 00:46:42 And yet, you kill them.
845 00:46:44 Not just randomly.
846 00:46:47 It's always with a purpose.
847 00:46:49 - To protect.- Hmm.
848 00:46:51 And make no mistake,
849 00:46:53 there are some people who need killing.
850 00:46:56 Right?
851 00:47:00 Right.
852 00:47:03 So, what's the biggestdifference between...
853 00:47:06 between the real you and your occupation?
854 00:47:09 Mm.
855 00:47:11 I'd say the real me... is a people person.
856 00:47:17 I like to have a good time.
857 00:47:19 But...
858 00:47:23 To be most effective in this job,I have to be a bit of a lone wolf.
859 00:47:27 I have to never drawany attention to myself.
860 00:47:31 I don't want anyone to remember my face.I don't want to over or under tip.
861 00:47:34 I don't want to be pulled intomemorable conversations.
862 00:47:41 That's why I drive a Honda Civic.
863 00:47:43 I want it to seem like I don't exist.
864 00:47:47 I don't know.That's the professional side of me.
865 00:47:52 Tell me a little more aboutthe unprofessional side.
866 00:47:58 I'd say...
867 00:47:59 being here with you right now is...pretty damn unprofessional, but, hey.
868 00:48:05 Good. I don't want you too professional.
869 00:48:11 How do you want me?
870 00:48:17 W-What?
871 00:48:20 Do I scare you?
872 00:48:21 No.
873 00:48:24 Do I scare you?
874 00:48:25 Should I be scared?
875 00:48:29 That depends on what your intentions are.
876 00:48:34 Okay.
877 00:48:38 You want to know all about me.But what about you?
878 00:48:40 You know all you need to know.
879 00:48:43 Is that right?
880 00:48:50 I was once told I think too muchto be a good lover.
881 00:48:53 She said exceptional sexrequires a lack of thought,
882 00:48:57 a certain amount ofanimal abandon...
883 00:49:02 I liked Ron.
884 00:49:04 He wasn't a thinker. He was a doer.
885 00:49:15 So, I don't knowif I was just better as Ron,
886 00:49:17 or if it was that electric chargegoing through both of us...
887 00:49:21 I mean, after all,in her mind, she was having sex
888 00:49:24 with someone who had murdereda bunch of people,
889 00:49:26 and I was having sex with someone
890 00:49:28 who was clearly capable ofhaving a lover killed.
891 00:49:32 I'm not proud to say this,but it upped my game.
892 00:49:43 You know, I haven't beenwith anyone else in so long...
893 00:49:48 Can I tell you something?
894 00:49:50 What?
895 00:49:52 This is fun.
896 00:49:54 I agree.
897 00:49:58 I like this.
898 00:50:01 Us.
899 00:50:03 Yeah.
900 00:50:10 Look, on a full-disclosure,cautionary note,
901 00:50:16 I've had a few girlfriends,that early marriage,
902 00:50:19 but because of my line of work,I generally have trouble
903 00:50:23 maintaining what most would considera normal relationship.
904 00:50:28 Fuck normal.
905 00:50:30 Amen.
906 00:50:31 Do you wanna see me again?
907 00:50:34 Yeah.
908 00:50:37 But...
909 00:50:40 it's a little complicated. Isn't it?
910 00:50:42 It doesn't have to be.
911 00:50:50 This is a bad idea.
912 00:50:52 I suppose it is.
913 00:51:03 For instance, we can never go to my place.
914 00:51:05 Good. I don't want to.
915 00:51:07 I can never give you any infoabout my whereabouts, at any time.
916 00:51:11 If I'm tracked or traced,you'd be pulled right in the middle of it.
917 00:51:14 I will see you when I see you.
918 00:51:19 And we can only get so personal.
919 00:51:22 And the less you know about me,the less I know about you...
920 00:51:25 Okay, what's your next line?
921 00:51:27 "Don't fall in love with me?"
922 00:51:31 I know what this is.
923 00:51:34 I don't want to know where you live,
924 00:51:36 or what you're doing at any given moment.
925 00:51:40 We're just going to meet herewhenever we want,
926 00:51:43 and nothing outside of here matters.
927 00:51:49 Well, okay then.
928 00:51:50 Well, okay.
929 00:51:51 So we agree to the terms?
930 00:51:53 Where do I sign?
931 00:52:01 Anywhere else I need to sign?
932 00:52:06 Initial here.
933 00:52:09 Anywhere else I need to initial?
934 00:52:13 We gotta make surethis document is air tight.
935 00:52:26 The Freudian conceptsof the Id and the Superego are,
936 00:52:30 in Jung's point of view,in constant struggle with each other.
937 00:52:35 The Superego
938 00:52:37 is our conscience.
939 00:52:38 It rewards us for behaving properly,
940 00:52:40 adhering to societal norms,moralistic standards.
941 00:52:47 So, the Id...
942 00:52:49 as humans, we have desires,
943 00:52:51 instincts that are primitive.
944 00:52:55 Urges that are solely basedin the pursuit of pleasure,
945 00:52:58 ignoring the consequences.
946 00:53:01 Now, the Ego
947 00:53:02 is the middle-man.
948 00:53:04 The bridge between instinct and logic,
949 00:53:07 the law and the lawless.
950 00:53:09 Forever attempting to maximize pleasure
951 00:53:12 while minimizing the cost.
952 00:53:25 Welcome to Madison Airlines.
953 00:53:30 Where we flying?
954 00:53:32 Somewhere hot and tropical.
955 00:53:38 Please follow me to the upper deck.
956 00:53:41 First class all the way.
957 00:53:42 Shh.
958 00:53:44 Sir, please unbuckle your seatbelt.
959 00:53:48 It's for your own safety.
960 00:53:56 We're expecting heavy turbulence...
961 00:54:01 So prepare to brace for impact.
962 00:54:31 I know we agreed not totalk about stuff like this,
963 00:54:34 and you don't have to answerif you don't want to,
964 00:54:37 but how do you do it and not get caught?
965 00:54:45 Well, you gotta be smart, thorough,
966 00:54:49 a few steps ahead of what you knowthey're going to be looking for.
967 00:54:53 You know, the dirty secret is,most murders go unsolved,
968 00:54:56 especially around here.
969 00:54:57 So, my M.O., engagein a more controlled area,
970 00:55:02 and then move the bodysomewhere that says, "chaos."
971 00:55:07 Isn't that messy?
972 00:55:08 Well, it can be if you're not smart.
973 00:55:11 Quick, you're going to shoot me. Where?
974 00:55:16 No! Lower.
975 00:55:18 Lower.
976 00:55:19 Lo-- okay.
977 00:55:24 The heart.
978 00:55:27 I mean, certain areaslike the head or the neck,
979 00:55:31 I mean, the bloodhas nowhere to go but out.
980 00:55:34 Talk about a bloody mess.
981 00:55:36 And people, I mean, we're justthese big skin-bags of blood,
982 00:55:40 and you have this bigbeautiful thoracic cavity
983 00:55:42 to hold it all in.
984 00:55:47 Until you can move the body,
985 00:55:49 set the scene,
986 00:55:52 tell the story you want them to find.
987 00:55:58 You know, I was always too shyto go out for the high school play,
988 00:56:00 but I had somehow found my stage,
989 00:56:03 and each arrest was likea standing ovation.
990 00:56:06 We're about to gointo the deep end of the pool here.
991 00:56:11 This is serious.
992 00:56:13 If I take this envelope and leave,
993 00:56:16 this time tomorrow, her headis in a Winn-Dixie bag.
994 00:56:21 The rest of her is pig slop in Opelousas.
995 00:56:25 Now be absolutely clear with me.
996 00:56:29 Is that what you want?
997 00:56:32 Alright. I got this woman.She's into this iPhone swiping.
998 00:56:35 This boyfriend findin', right?
999 00:56:36 And she's slingin' the kittyacross the causeway
1000 00:56:38 with this manager from the Piccadilly,and then wanna take everything, too.
1001 00:56:41 Now, I don't know how things workwhere you from, but from around here,
1002 00:56:45 you don't take a man TV,his dog, and his boat.
1003 00:56:49 There's no way, T.
1004 00:56:53 Kill the slut.
1005 00:56:55 With pleasure.
1006 00:57:03 Your Honor,
1007 00:57:05 a psychopathic predatorwill always be a threat to society.
1008 00:57:09 On the other hand, someonewho once commits a crime of passion,
1009 00:57:14 or sudden passion, as it is known legally,
1010 00:57:16 is no more likely to commit that crimethan any other member of society.
1011 00:57:21 In this case, I would characterize
1012 00:57:24 just the intent to entertainsolicitation of murder,
1013 00:57:27 although no one was ultimately harmed,as kind of a "sudden passion"
1014 00:57:32 as opposed to attemptedpre-meditated murder.
1015 00:57:34 Objection!
1016 00:57:36 Overruled.
1017 00:57:37 A question would be welcome.
1018 00:57:39 Mr. Johnson, you testified previously
1019 00:57:43 that you felt this wasa pre-meditated act.
1020 00:57:46 By that, did you meanyou conjuring this whole thing
1021 00:57:49 and coercing them into a murder schemewas premeditated?
1022 00:57:53 There was nothing suddenor impulsive about our meeting.
1023 00:57:56 The intent was clear.The follow-through was detailed.
1024 00:58:01 Well, if you were notattempting coercion, why the research?
1025 00:58:05 Why the costumes? Why the disguises?
1026 00:58:09 Sure, my client has found himselfin compromising circumstances,
1027 00:58:13 but my question to you, Mr. Johnson,what are your circumstances?
1028 00:58:17 Objection, your honor!
1029 00:58:18 Sustained.
1030 00:58:20 What are you hiding with these costumes?
1031 00:58:22 Who are you trying to fool?
1032 00:58:23 What would Ron do?
1033 00:58:24 Objection, the defenseis badgering the witness.
1034 00:58:27 My job is not to analyzethe events around my meeting.
1035 00:58:30 My job is to meet the clientat those circumstances.
1036 00:58:33 Complete the picturethey've already drawn for themselves.
1037 00:58:37 I'm not in the business of second chances.
1038 00:58:45 I got something we can play with.
1039 00:58:47 I like the sound of that.
1040 00:58:49 What do you got back there?
1041 00:58:50 Pick a hand.
1042 00:58:53 Left.
1043 00:58:54 - You lose.- Whoa.
1044 00:58:55 Shit.
1045 00:58:57 What is that for?
1046 00:59:00 Well, what do you think?I'm a woman living by myself.
1047 00:59:03 I gotta protect myself.
1048 00:59:04 Plus, all that talk about murderfreaked me out.
1049 00:59:08 Okay.
1050 00:59:09 Trust me, that is not gonna bemaking you any safer.
1051 00:59:12 You have a gun.
1052 00:59:15 It's a little different.I'm a professional.
1053 00:59:17 Mm.
1054 00:59:19 Well, are you going to show mehow to use it or what?
1055 00:59:22 - Now?- Mm-hmm.
1056 00:59:25 Didn't we have a contract?
1057 00:59:27 Nothing outside of here matters?
1058 00:59:31 We have to leaveour love nest at some point.
1059 00:59:34 Don't we?
1060 00:59:36 Do we?
1061 00:59:47 Okay. I suck.
1062 00:59:49 Self-healing targets.
1063 00:59:50 Why is this so hard?
1064 00:59:52 Ah, it just takes practice.
1065 00:59:53 Why don't you show me, hot shot?
1066 00:59:58 Well, this distance
1067 00:59:59 is for weekenders, tourists...
1068 01:00:10 That's my usual distance.
1069 01:00:18 Okay, wait. Just hear me out.
1070 01:00:20 So, if the moon controls the tides, right?
1071 01:00:23 - Yeah.- And we're mostly water,
1072 01:00:25 how could a full moon not affect you?
1073 01:00:27 Think about it.
1074 01:00:29 Well, technically, that makes no sense.
1075 01:00:32 - No, it makes sense.- No.
1076 01:00:34 A phase of the moonhas nothing to do with gravity.
1077 01:00:37 It has to do with shadows.
1078 01:00:39 A phase is justhow much of the sun's light
1079 01:00:40 we're blocking on the way to the moon.
1080 01:00:42 You know, the gravitational relationshipbetween the moon and Earth,
1081 01:00:45 these two planetary bodies, is fixed
1082 01:00:47 so the moon may look differentthroughout the month,
1083 01:00:50 but nothing is actuallychanging on Earth, you know?
1084 01:00:53 Okay, I didn't know I was outwith Neil fuckin' DeGrasse Tyson.
1085 01:00:59 Gotta keep you guessin'.
1086 01:01:01 - Let's go dance, white boy.- Yeah.
1087 01:01:38 Let's go, get the fuck out of here.
1088 01:01:46 Ray. Come on, man.
1089 01:01:49 Madison?
1090 01:01:50 Fuck...
1091 01:01:53 - I've been calling you.- Ray, please.
1092 01:01:56 Guess your hands have beentoo busy to pick up, huh?
1093 01:01:59 Who the fuck is this?
1094 01:02:02 I'm her boyfriend.
1095 01:02:03 Oh, really? Well, I'm her husband.
1096 01:02:06 - Ray, can we just please keep it--- What? Keep it what, Maddy?
1097 01:02:08 No, you tell me. You tell me, Maddy.
1098 01:02:10 - You want me to keep it cordial?- Nice to meet you.
1099 01:02:11 Yeah, you, too, boyfriend!
1100 01:02:14 Madison, you're pathetic!
1101 01:02:16 - Hey, you know what? No.- Ray. Ray!
1102 01:02:18 No, I'm not done, okay?Just get the fuck off me.
1103 01:02:21 I'm just fuckin' around, guys.
1104 01:02:23 Come on!
1105 01:02:24 Is it a crime now to have a little funwith your new friend here?
1106 01:02:27 Ray, can you just leave us alone?
1107 01:02:29 Goddamn it, Madison.Don't walk away from me.
1108 01:02:31 - Ray.- Don't you fucking walk away from me,
1109 01:02:33 you ungrateful bitch! Come here!
1110 01:02:35 - Shit!- Apologize, motherfucker.
1111 01:02:37 Yeah. He said apologize, motherfucker.
1112 01:02:41 He's a professional. He'll do it.
1113 01:02:43 Show him.
1114 01:02:48 Fuck.
1115 01:02:53 Come on.
1116 01:02:54 Professional what?
1117 01:02:57 Yeah. Professional asshole.
1118 01:03:00 Really moving up in the world,aren't you, Madison, huh?
1119 01:03:03 - See you again, professional.- Come on, Ray, get outta here.
1120 01:03:05 You know what? Fuck y'all.You fuckin' deserve each other.
1121 01:03:08 - Ray, c'mon, dude! Get the fuck out of--- Shut the fuck up!
1122 01:03:11 Not fucking cool man!
1123 01:03:14 I can't get over how amazing that was!
1124 01:03:16 You... you were incredible.
1125 01:03:20 That entitled fuck doesn'tback down for anybody.
1126 01:03:24 Did you see his face?
1127 01:03:26 - Yeah...- He just walked.
1128 01:03:33 That was wild.
1129 01:03:38 All right, cool guy.
1130 01:03:39 Nobody, nobody has everstood up for me like that.
1131 01:03:46 Well.
1132 01:03:53 Here.
1133 01:03:54 Best date ever.
1134 01:03:58 Oh.
1135 01:03:59 - Wow.- Mm-hmm. Mm.
1136 01:04:03 That's good.
1137 01:04:04 Oh, that is so good.
1138 01:04:06 So, it seems like you and Rayhave different takes on your divorce.
1139 01:04:12 I'm clear.
1140 01:04:14 I mean, I can't help itif he's being all crazy.
1141 01:04:16 I mean, you saw how crazy he is.
1142 01:04:17 Yeah.
1143 01:04:20 You are divorced, though, right?
1144 01:04:24 Do you see a ring on my finger?
1145 01:04:27 Do you see a ring on my finger?
1146 01:04:29 No.
1147 01:04:30 Exactly.
1148 01:04:35 I mean, it's just like,what are the chances
1149 01:04:37 that the same club we're atis the same club he's at?
1150 01:04:40 Okay, what's up with all these questions?
1151 01:04:44 Fine!
1152 01:04:46 I fucked up.
1153 01:04:48 I broke our contract.
1154 01:04:54 But I will happily, happily signa new one when we get home...
1155 01:05:09 All right. Well, you seem upset.
1156 01:05:11 I'm not upsetwith me pulling a gun on some dickhead.
1157 01:05:16 It's not a big deal.
1158 01:05:18 I'm just saying,you don't see me bringing you
1159 01:05:20 to where all my friends andformer lovers are hanging out.
1160 01:05:22 We just gotta keep this clean.
1161 01:05:24 It was a coincidence!
1162 01:05:26 Whoa. What the fuck?
1163 01:05:29 Looky who's here.
1164 01:05:31 I thought that was you.
1165 01:05:37 What's up?
1166 01:05:38 Oh, I'm just grabbing some takeout.
1167 01:05:40 Saw you across the way. I mean, what, huh?
1168 01:05:43 What are the odds of this? This is crazy.
1169 01:05:46 Are you gonna introduce me to your friend?
1170 01:05:52 - Jasper.- Madison.
1171 01:05:54 Madison.
1172 01:05:56 Madison?
1173 01:05:59 Madison...
1174 01:06:01 Have we met before?You just look so familiar.
1175 01:06:05 No.
1176 01:06:06 No, I don't think so.
1177 01:06:11 Ugh. Whatever. Maybe it'll come to me...
1178 01:06:14 Maybe it will.
1179 01:06:16 Okay. Well, I'll let you guysget back to your dessert.
1180 01:06:19 Just wanted to say hi.
1181 01:06:21 Have a good night.
1182 01:06:23 Enjoy the weekend.
1183 01:06:26 Good to see ya.
1184 01:06:27 All right.
1185 01:06:28 - Bye!- Bye.
1186 01:06:32 Oh.
1187 01:06:33 Now, that was a coincidence.
1188 01:06:38 Who's he?
1189 01:06:42 Just some guy I used to work with.
1190 01:06:47 So, ex-husband, ex-coworker...
1191 01:06:55 are we even?
1192 01:06:57 No.
1193 01:06:58 Yes.
1194 01:07:01 I'll sign the contract again.
1195 01:07:16 What are we doing?I got no notice. I got no research.
1196 01:07:19 Feel like I'm going in naked.
1197 01:07:20 Well, this is when you actuallyhave to be good at your job.
1198 01:07:23 Halloween's over.No more costumes, man.
1199 01:07:26 All right. We did not get much on him.
1200 01:07:28 We didn't even have timeto get a Title III warrant,
1201 01:07:31 so it's audio only.
1202 01:07:32 His name is Mike.
1203 01:07:33 He's already in there waiting,and he seems a little volatile.
1204 01:07:36 Woo-hoo! This is gettin' scary.
1205 01:07:38 Wait, do we even knowwhat this guy looks like?
1206 01:07:40 No, but he saidhe'd be the guy sitting alone
1207 01:07:42 reading "Catcher in the Rye."
1208 01:07:43 Which, historically speaking,is never a good sign.
1209 01:07:46 It's gonna be fine, Gary.
1210 01:07:47 You could do this in your sleep.
1211 01:07:49 Just another pussytoo scared to do it himself.
1212 01:07:51 You got this, G.
1213 01:07:54 Okay.
1214 01:07:56 Enjoy your breakfast.
1215 01:08:25 Mike?
1216 01:08:26 Yeah. Judd?
1217 01:08:27 Eyes forward!It's for your own protection.
1218 01:08:32 So, tell me, Mike, how can I help you?
1219 01:08:36 - So you're...?- I am.
1220 01:08:41 And you...?
1221 01:08:42 I do.
1222 01:08:45 So, tell me what you're thinking.
1223 01:08:47 Unless you came here for the pancakes.
1224 01:08:51 My wife.
1225 01:08:56 What'd you have in mind?
1226 01:08:58 What do you think? Slut's killing me.
1227 01:09:03 I can't live just knowing she's out there...
1228 01:09:06 with someone else.
1229 01:09:09 So, now I'm here... with you.
1230 01:09:15 So why do you need me?
1231 01:09:18 Why aren't you taking careof this shit yourself?
1232 01:09:20 Oh, believe me, I want to,
1233 01:09:23 but we're going througha divorce right now.
1234 01:09:28 And I'd be the number one suspect.
1235 01:09:30 So, I need the perfect front,you know, the perfect alibi.
1236 01:09:37 So, you're not technically divorced yet?
1237 01:09:41 What's it to you?
1238 01:09:45 Oh, I forgot to mention, too. It's...
1239 01:09:47 Well, it might be a twofer.
1240 01:09:49 She's got this new boyfriend.
1241 01:09:52 He's a real douche.
1242 01:09:56 And?
1243 01:09:59 And, if he's there,you can take him out, too.
1244 01:10:05 I've got no problem with that.
1245 01:10:07 It's gonna cost you more.
1246 01:10:08 You good with it?
1247 01:10:10 Yeah, fuck em' both.
1248 01:10:14 Done.
1249 01:10:15 You bring the money?
1250 01:10:17 Yeah, it's right here.Should be enough for both of them.
1251 01:10:25 I have a special request, though.
1252 01:10:30 I'm in the service business.
1253 01:10:36 When you do it, I want her to know why.
1254 01:10:42 Right before you do it,look her in the eye and say,
1255 01:10:46 "This is from your loving husband."
1256 01:10:52 I want that to be the last thingshe fuckin' hears.
1257 01:11:02 You know what?
1258 01:11:03 Maybe I'll throw inthe boyfriend for free.
1259 01:11:07 What the fuck?
1260 01:11:08 What? It's very simple.
1261 01:11:10 You give me the money.I'll take care of it.
1262 01:11:14 I'll take care of this shit myself.
1263 01:11:20 What the hell was that about?
1264 01:11:21 I don't know. He just freaked out.
1265 01:11:24 Happens...
1266 01:11:26 Does it?
1267 01:11:31 ...right now. But leave a message.
1268 01:11:34 All right. Madison,if you get this, stay out of the house.
1269 01:11:37 All right? I'm hearing some stuffabout Ray. Just call--
1270 01:11:42 What the fuck was that?
1271 01:11:43 - What?- What?
1272 01:11:45 What do you mean what?The guy just bolts out?
1273 01:11:48 I don't know. He panicked.
1274 01:11:50 Well, you can't win 'em all.
1275 01:11:52 No, you sure can't with that attitude.If they're uneasy, you put 'em at ease.
1276 01:11:55 From my perspective,you're getting a little sloppy.
1277 01:12:00 Maybe so.
1278 01:12:04 Look, I wanted to talk with youabout the other night...
1279 01:12:09 Oh? What about it?
1280 01:12:14 Oh, her?
1281 01:12:15 Hey, I get it, man.It all makes sense to me now.
1282 01:12:18 It's cool.
1283 01:12:20 I've fucked my share of suspects.
1284 01:12:22 It's no big deal. It's good for ya.
1285 01:12:25 I just ran into her. All right?
1286 01:12:29 She was just thanking mefor steering her in the right direction.
1287 01:12:31 Uh huh, I bet she was.
1288 01:12:36 I just don't want thingsto get misconstrued.
1289 01:12:38 Gary...
1290 01:12:41 you can trust me.
1291 01:12:45 Wait, wait...
1292 01:12:47 Just tell me this one more time.He's trying to put out a hit on me?
1293 01:12:50 Yes! He's trying to hire me to kill you!
1294 01:12:53 What do you not getabout that? We gotta go.
1295 01:12:55 - And he saw you in person?- Yeah.
1296 01:12:59 - And he knows what you do?- Yeah.
1297 01:13:03 So, are you gonna kill me?
1298 01:13:07 What are you talking about?
1299 01:13:08 Are you gonna kill me?
1300 01:13:12 No.
1301 01:13:14 Then I have nothing to worry about.
1302 01:13:21 I think he might do it himself.
1303 01:13:23 No, he won't.
1304 01:13:26 He won't. He won't.
1305 01:13:29 Okay. So, I ask the modern-day jury,what is your verdict?
1306 01:13:35 We've decided on life without parole.
1307 01:13:39 How very modern of you.
1308 01:13:41 How did you arrive at this conclusion?
1309 01:13:43 Well, even though we felt this personis guilty of a heinous act,
1310 01:13:47 we don't think a state-sanctioned killingaccomplishes anything,
1311 01:13:50 and only causes more pain and suffering.
1312 01:13:53 Okay.
1313 01:13:55 It's a nice example of a legal system
1314 01:13:57 set up to respondto the will of its citizens.
1315 01:14:00 Now, let's jump back in timeto our Paleolithic friends,
1316 01:14:04 25,000 years ago,where things are very different.
1317 01:14:08 You have no jury.
1318 01:14:09 You have no official legal system.
1319 01:14:11 You're just a nomadic community.
1320 01:14:13 So, what are you gonna doabout your problem,
1321 01:14:16 this existential threatin the form of your unhinged leader
1322 01:14:20 who's invading other tribes?
1323 01:14:22 He's killing. He's raping. He's pillaging.
1324 01:14:24 Seems like he's gonna get you all killed.
1325 01:14:27 What are your options?
1326 01:14:29 We're kinda mixed.
1327 01:14:31 Some of us think we should exile him--
1328 01:14:33 We don't have the means to exile him.We gonna put him on a boat?
1329 01:14:36 The majority of us...
1330 01:14:38 want to eliminate him.
1331 01:14:40 Whatever we have to dofor our own survival.
1332 01:14:44 - Whoo. Don't mess with Jerren.
1333 01:14:47 So, how do you solve this problem?
1334 01:14:48 Execution.
1335 01:14:50 That's ruthless,
1336 01:14:53 but historically,potentially the right choice.
1337 01:14:56 There's been a lot of scholarshipon this very subject recently.
1338 01:14:59 And the new thinking isthat these kind of targeted killings
1339 01:15:03 actually play a larger part in oursocial evolution than previously thought.
1340 01:15:06 This impulse to weed outthese destabilizing forces
1341 01:15:11 is likely a dark threadin our historical DNA.
1342 01:15:16 These killings were thoughtto have served a twofold purpose.
1343 01:15:18 They not only protectedsocial coherence and norms,
1344 01:15:21 but also eliminateda certain kind of abusive
1345 01:15:25 and uncooperative personfrom the gene pool.
1346 01:15:27 Excuse me. When did our professor get hot?
1347 01:15:30 I know.
1348 01:15:32 And you'll get those comp statsover to Headquarters this afternoon?
1349 01:15:34 Mm-hmm.
1350 01:15:38 They know about the body?
1351 01:15:40 No. I haven't had a chanceto tell them yet.
1352 01:15:42 What body?
1353 01:15:43 You remember the lady came in,
1354 01:15:44 trying to have her husbandkilled, that we let go?
1355 01:15:46 No, that he let go.
1356 01:15:48 Madison Figueroa Masters.
1357 01:15:50 Ah, the one you were Ron.
1358 01:15:52 Yeah, her husband was just found dead.
1359 01:15:56 I'm sorry. What happened? Where?
1360 01:15:58 The body was foundin Cabbage Alley off Chef Menteur.
1361 01:16:01 Possible drug deal gone bad.
1362 01:16:03 Single bullet to the aorta. A .38.
1363 01:16:14 Gary?
1364 01:16:18 Yeah. When I was researching our guy,
1365 01:16:20 seemed like he hada lot of drug problems, so...
1366 01:16:26 Any suspects?
1367 01:16:27 Not really. Sounds likeshe and the husband got into it
1368 01:16:30 outside of a bar called Virgo's,
1369 01:16:31 and then the guy she was withpulled a gun on him.
1370 01:16:35 Did we ID that guy?
1371 01:16:37 Not yet.
1372 01:16:41 Maybe it's a new boyfriend or something?
1373 01:16:46 Should we gotry to find this guy, talk to him?
1374 01:16:49 I'm liking that.
1375 01:16:50 Let us know what you find out.
1376 01:16:52 I think Johnson and Ishould tag-team this.
1377 01:16:56 Is that all right if I bring him?
1378 01:16:59 Sure.
1379 01:17:00 Are you cool with it, Gary?
1380 01:17:04 Yeah.
1381 01:17:34 What are you doing?
1382 01:17:35 Looking for the boyfriend.
1383 01:17:43 Oh, shit! I found him!
1384 01:17:45 Fuck! I'm good.
1385 01:17:47 Come on! What are we doing here?
1386 01:17:49 Hey. Look, I'm not going to tell anybody.
1387 01:17:52 Tell 'em what?
1388 01:17:53 So, I ran into her again.Doesn't mean I'm the boyfriend.
1389 01:17:56 Doesn't mean I haveanything to do with anything.
1390 01:17:57 Whoa, whoa.
1391 01:17:59 Whoa. So defensive.
1392 01:18:01 Look, nobody's accusing you of anything.
1393 01:18:04 I was just wondering if you knew this guy?
1394 01:18:09 If he looked familiar?
1395 01:18:13 Yeah, that was the guythat ran out of the restaurant.
1396 01:18:16 What was his name? Mike?
1397 01:18:18 Ray. He's Madison's husband.
1398 01:18:21 Right?
1399 01:18:25 Right.
1400 01:18:27 You see, I went back and listenedto that conversation that you guys had,
1401 01:18:30 and it just took on a whole differentlayer of meaning for me.
1402 01:18:36 You really knew what button to pushwith that whole boyfriend line, huh?
1403 01:18:40 Huh?
1404 01:18:41 What are you getting at?
1405 01:18:45 Nothing. It's just...
1406 01:18:48 Hey, look, we're friends, right, Gary?
1407 01:18:50 Let you in on something.
1408 01:18:52 Over the years,I've sort of learned to follow my nose
1409 01:18:57 on these hunches that I have, and usuallysomething turns up pretty interesting.
1410 01:19:03 Valuable.
1411 01:19:05 Let me know what you find.
1412 01:19:09 Maybe.
1413 01:19:11 All right. Well...
1414 01:19:14 I don't know. Nothing here.
1415 01:19:22 You scared me.
1416 01:19:25 Hi.
1417 01:19:29 Why are you looking at me like that?
1418 01:19:32 Like what?
1419 01:19:33 You're looking at melike something's wrong.
1420 01:19:36 Is something wrong?
1421 01:19:40 Anything out of the ordinary?
1422 01:19:43 Okay, what are you doing?
1423 01:19:44 Look, Ron, it's too early for this shit.
1424 01:19:46 Did you hear about Ray?
1425 01:19:50 That he's dead?
1426 01:19:52 Yeah.
1427 01:19:55 How do you know about that?
1428 01:19:56 I just know.
1429 01:19:59 Were you ever going to tell me?You just didn't think it would come up?
1430 01:20:03 Yeah, but who told you?
1431 01:20:07 This is sort of my area.
1432 01:20:09 You know, I listen to police scanners.
1433 01:20:11 I tend to knowwho's being killed in this town.
1434 01:20:15 I'm wondering if you're okay'cause you seem weirdly okay.
1435 01:20:18 I was obviously going to tell you.
1436 01:20:23 It's just that I'm stilljust processing it all.
1437 01:20:28 I don't really know what to do with it.
1438 01:20:30 You know, it's a weird position to be in.
1439 01:20:33 Am I supposed to be playingthe role of a grieving widow?
1440 01:20:36 Well, I don't know how to pretend.
1441 01:20:41 Was he a good guy? No.
1442 01:20:43 Did I love him?I mean, I loved him.
1443 01:20:48 Just-- people grieve in different ways.
1444 01:20:53 I just have to know.Did you have anything to do with this?
1445 01:20:57 Why the fuck would I haveanything to do with this?
1446 01:21:00 What motive? You think--
1447 01:21:02 I'm the one who talked you out ofkilling him in the first place, remember?
1448 01:21:05 What, you thinkI'm just out there on my own
1449 01:21:07 killing people for no money?
1450 01:21:09 Okay.
1451 01:21:12 I just had to ask.
1452 01:21:17 I'm sorry.
1453 01:21:22 It's okay. I'm--
1454 01:21:26 I understand.
1455 01:21:34 Come here.
1456 01:21:38 I'm really happy you're here.
1457 01:21:40 Me, too.
1458 01:21:44 So, what happened?
1459 01:21:46 Police call you to let you know?
1460 01:21:48 Yeah.
1461 01:21:50 And what are they saying?Any suspects? Arrests?
1462 01:21:54 They think there was a drug deal going on.They just found him shot.
1463 01:22:02 I'm so scared.
1464 01:22:03 I know.
1465 01:22:05 It's so weird,
1466 01:22:09 so out of the blue.
1467 01:22:14 But you don't have to be scared.Why would you be scared?
1468 01:22:20 Because I killed him.
1469 01:22:28 You killed him?
1470 01:22:31 Yeah.
1471 01:22:34 - Why would you do that?
1472 01:22:37 You told me yourself.He was gonna come and kill me!
1473 01:22:41 So, he was attacking you.It was like self-defense.
1474 01:22:44 - Technically...- Technically, what? What was he doing?
1475 01:22:47 He was either passed out or asleep.
1476 01:22:51 And you killed him?
1477 01:22:53 Yeah.
1478 01:22:54 I made a story, and they're believing it.
1479 01:22:57 Oh, my God...
1480 01:22:59 Oh, my God!
1481 01:23:04 Why are you gettingso worked up about this?
1482 01:23:05 - You do this shit all the time.- I don't do this all the time.
1483 01:23:07 I've never done this.I've never killed anyone.
1484 01:23:10 What are you talking about?
1485 01:23:12 I'm a fake hitman.
1486 01:23:16 That's why I didn't put you away.I didn't have you arrested.
1487 01:23:21 Because I was working undercover.
1488 01:23:24 You're a cop?
1489 01:23:26 No. I--
1490 01:23:31 I teach at a college.This hitman thing's just a part-time gig
1491 01:23:33 that's gotten out of hand.
1492 01:23:35 So, you've been lying to methis whole time?
1493 01:23:42 I was stuck.
1494 01:23:45 I didn't want to lose you,and you met Ron first.
1495 01:23:48 And you liked Ron...
1496 01:23:51 I liked Ron.So, I didn't want to show you Gary.
1497 01:23:54 Who the fuck is Gary?
1498 01:23:57 I'm Gary.
1499 01:23:58 I don't even know your name?
1500 01:24:00 My real name is Gary Johnson.
1501 01:24:03 - Gary?- I know!
1502 01:24:07 - Oh.- Sorry.
1503 01:24:09 - They've called three times.- Oh.
1504 01:24:12 Something must be going on.A situation probably...
1505 01:24:16 Hey, how's it going, Claude?
1506 01:24:17 Gary, where are you?We need you back at the station now.
1507 01:24:20 - Now?- Yes, now.
1508 01:24:22 We got a new developmenton this Madison Masters.
1509 01:24:28 Okay. I'll be right there.
1510 01:24:30 I'm sorry.
1511 01:24:32 I gotta handle something really quickly,and then I'm gonna be right back...
1512 01:24:35 Don't.
1513 01:24:38 Just leave, whatever your name is.
1514 01:24:44 I might have walked in as Ron,but I left as Gary.
1515 01:24:53 Johnson's here! Phil, briefing room.
1516 01:24:58 Wait 'til you hear this.
1517 01:24:59 Hey! Lookin' good, Gary.
1518 01:25:09 Glad you could make it.
1519 01:25:13 This is looking more and morelike we messed this up.
1520 01:25:16 Madison Figueroais now the number one suspect.
1521 01:25:20 - Really?- Really.
1522 01:25:22 Have a seat.
1523 01:25:25 Tell him what we just found out.
1524 01:25:27 About six months ago,
1525 01:25:28 Ray Masters increasedhis life insurance policy
1526 01:25:31 by one million dollars.
1527 01:25:34 A policy in which, of course,the wife was named the sole beneficiary.
1528 01:25:38 Hm.
1529 01:25:39 Now, the policy pre-datesthe initial solicitation attempt,
1530 01:25:41 but Homicide now believes there might besome connective tissue here.
1531 01:25:45 Maybe after your meeting,she coerced someone else to do it,
1532 01:25:48 or she did it herself.
1533 01:25:49 That's what happenswhen you let someone off the hook.
1534 01:25:50 Not helpful.
1535 01:25:52 And that was a long time ago.
1536 01:25:56 Gary, did you ever talk to her againafter that time at the Please U?
1537 01:26:00 Yeah. Actually, I did.
1538 01:26:03 You did? When?
1539 01:26:05 Yeah, I ran into her at Ted's Frostop.
1540 01:26:08 She just thanked me for helping her out,giving her good advice.
1541 01:26:12 Actually, that was the nightI ran into you.
1542 01:26:14 You talked to her.
1543 01:26:18 You talked to her, too?
1544 01:26:22 I didn't realize that was her.
1545 01:26:24 Yeah, that was Madison.
1546 01:26:27 Huh.
1547 01:26:29 Huh.
1548 01:26:30 So, do you think she could beinvolved in his murder?
1549 01:26:35 I mean, there's always a chance,but I would be very surprised.
1550 01:26:38 She just seemed so happy.She left her husband.
1551 01:26:42 She got her own place.
1552 01:26:45 And just seemed likeshe was doing really well.
1553 01:26:50 So, what are we doin' next here, guys?
1554 01:26:53 Well, we could pull her infor questioning at any time.
1555 01:26:57 She'll probablyjust get a lawyer, clam up...
1556 01:27:00 and if she's really behind this,
1557 01:27:01 she's probably got her liesand alibis in order. You know.
1558 01:27:04 I'm thinking we got a one-time opportunityto get the unvarnished story from her.
1559 01:27:11 This guy.
1560 01:27:13 - Me?- Yeah.
1561 01:27:16 Question, when you ran into her,
1562 01:27:21 were you Gary, or were you the hitman?
1563 01:27:23 Which one were yougoing under on that one?
1564 01:27:25 Ron.
1565 01:27:28 Okay, so you're stillRon, the hitman, to her?
1566 01:27:31 Who else would I be?
1567 01:27:35 This is great.I mean, look, she forever knows
1568 01:27:38 that he knowsthat she wanted to kill the guy,
1569 01:27:42 and she must like him or trust him enough
1570 01:27:45 to be sharing a sundae at Ted's Frostop.
1571 01:27:48 I mean, let's face it, huh?They got the goods on each other.
1572 01:27:52 I mean, she would neverin a million years suspect
1573 01:27:55 he's recording their conversation.
1574 01:27:57 I think we got an opportunity here.
1575 01:28:01 So, we manufacture a random encounterwhere he gets her talking.
1576 01:28:06 Not random.
1577 01:28:08 Surprise encounter.
1578 01:28:11 I say we put a wire on Gary,
1579 01:28:14 and we go in now.
1580 01:28:17 Look, I'm thinking you can justplay this as a concerned check-in.
1581 01:28:22 You read about the husband's death,
1582 01:28:25 and you're up frontabout why you want to talk with her.
1583 01:28:32 I'm liking this.
1584 01:28:34 There's no tellin' what she'll say,but once you get her talking,
1585 01:28:37 you'll be able to tellif she's lying to you.
1586 01:28:39 Exactly.
1587 01:28:41 You good with that, Gary?
1588 01:28:43 I think it's a good plan.
1589 01:28:45 Very good.
1590 01:28:47 So, you send me the address.
1591 01:28:49 I'll meet you over there.
1592 01:28:51 - Let's nail her.- No, I'll ride with you.
1593 01:28:53 I'll get you prepped.
1594 01:28:55 See you guys in the van.
1595 01:29:04 You good?
1596 01:29:06 Yeah.
1597 01:29:09 Okay.
1598 01:29:12 You're making me nervous.
1599 01:29:25 Really? Does he need that?
1600 01:29:27 Yeah. I wanna be in his ear on this one.
1601 01:29:31 Go get her, Ron!
1602 01:29:38 Hey.
1603 01:29:41 I got you.
1604 01:29:48 You guys there?
1605 01:29:50 Can you guys hear me?
1606 01:29:51 Loud and clear.
1607 01:29:52 Your ears working?
1608 01:29:54 - Yep.- Great.
1609 01:29:56 Remember, audio only,gotta get a good recording.
1610 01:29:59 Got it.
1611 01:30:09 We gotta talk.
1612 01:30:11 There's a bunch of shit coming down
1613 01:30:12 that we gotta figure out quick,or we are both fucked.
1614 01:30:15 Wait, what?
1615 01:30:16 Look, people knowI handle shit around here,
1616 01:30:18 so because of that meetingwe had that one time,
1617 01:30:20 I'm catching heatfor the death of your husband.
1618 01:30:22 - They're thinking one of us did it.- Well, it wasn't me!
1619 01:30:25 Look, I know you did it.It's fuckin' obvious...
1620 01:30:28 - ...and I don't blame you.- I didn't kill him!
1621 01:30:30 Wait, who's accusing me of this?
1622 01:30:33 This is bullshit! And you,out of all people, should know
1623 01:30:35 that I wasn't capable of this!
1624 01:30:36 Okay, then who did?What the hell happened?
1625 01:30:40 I just know what they've told me...
1626 01:30:41 Which is what?
1627 01:30:43 He got shot buying drugs.
1628 01:30:44 Guy was an addict.
1629 01:30:47 Okay, so you say you didn't kill him.
1630 01:30:51 When was the last time you saw him?
1631 01:30:53 Not that long ago, at Virgo's.
1632 01:30:55 The club?
1633 01:30:56 Yes, the club.I was walking out of Virgo's with this guy
1634 01:30:59 that I met on the dance floor,and boom, I run into Ray.
1635 01:31:03 Ray loses his shitwhen he sees me with this other guy,
1636 01:31:06 starts running his mouth,gets all threatening,
1637 01:31:08 and fucking grabs me.
1638 01:31:09 And then this other guy,trying to protect me,
1639 01:31:11 he pulls out a gun out of nowhereand sticks it in Ray's face.
1640 01:31:14 Find out more about the guy with the gun.
1641 01:31:16 Ray freaks out.
1642 01:31:17 He leaves. I run away,and that was the last time I saw him.
1643 01:31:21 So, who's this guy?
1644 01:31:23 The one who pulled the gun.What's his name?
1645 01:31:27 I don't know.
1646 01:31:28 - You don't know his name?- I don't know his name.
1647 01:31:31 We were having fun on the dance floor,
1648 01:31:33 and I asked himif he wanted to go somewhere else.
1649 01:31:36 He said yes.
1650 01:31:37 We walk out,all that stuff with Ray happened.
1651 01:31:40 So, you know what, if he said his name,I didn't hear it.
1652 01:31:44 So, you don't know his name.
1653 01:31:46 You're just leaving the clubwith some random stranger you just met?
1654 01:31:50 Hey, fuck off!
1655 01:31:51 I'm a grown woman.I'm single, and he wasn't random.
1656 01:31:55 He was a damn good dancer.
1657 01:31:58 Well, I'm happy for you.
1658 01:32:00 'Cause your mystery man, he's a suspect.
1659 01:32:02 I'm hearing they're looking for him.
1660 01:32:04 Nail her on the insurance policy.
1661 01:32:07 Shit, well, so am I.
1662 01:32:09 Good men are rare these days.He stood up for me. He protected me.
1663 01:32:13 So, you know what?If they find him, you let me know.
1664 01:32:17 You know, that first timewe met at the Please U,
1665 01:32:20 your motive didn't seem financial,
1666 01:32:22 like a lot of these otherpieces of shit I work for.
1667 01:32:25 Yeah, because it wasn't.
1668 01:32:26 Then what is thismillion-dollar insurance policy
1669 01:32:29 everybody seems to know about?
1670 01:32:31 Don't act likea million dollars is nothing.
1671 01:32:33 Don't you fucking lie to me.You know what I'm capable of.
1672 01:32:40 Ray's family has money.They do shit like this.
1673 01:32:43 They take out insurance.
1674 01:32:45 Look, I don't even knowif I get any of that money.
1675 01:32:47 For all I know, he changedthe beneficiary when we broke up.
1676 01:32:51 Listen, I have no mindfor financial stuff.
1677 01:32:54 Ray would talk about money
1678 01:32:55 and investments and shit like that,and it would just go over my head.
1679 01:32:59 Oh, you're giving me all the answers,
1680 01:33:03 but you are not giving methe right answers.
1681 01:33:05 I'm giving you the truth!
1682 01:33:06 I still know you did it.
1683 01:33:08 Fuck you! I didn't do it.
1684 01:33:10 You know what? How dare youcome into my own house and accuse me.
1685 01:33:13 You know what?Get the fuck outta my house!
1686 01:33:15 Hey, I'm on your side.That is why I'm here.
1687 01:33:18 I'm trying to help you get away with this.
1688 01:33:20 Not because I'm somegreat guy or anything,
1689 01:33:23 but as soon as the heat's off you,it's off of me, too.
1690 01:33:25 We can dig our wayout of this mess together.
1691 01:33:28 There is no together!
1692 01:33:29 I can push this whole thingoff on someone else,
1693 01:33:31 but before I do that,you have to tell me the truth
1694 01:33:33 - so I can get this right.- You know what? I'm done.
1695 01:33:35 I'm done answering questionsfrom a fucking hitman.
1696 01:33:38 You're not a cop!Let them find out who really did it.
1697 01:33:41 I've already told youeverything that I know!
1698 01:33:43 I had nothing to do with this!
1699 01:33:45 Ray was a druggie loser asshole.
1700 01:33:48 Now get the fuck out of my house!
1701 01:33:50 Hey! Last time.
1702 01:33:52 I am offering you a way out.
1703 01:33:55 After I walk out of this door,you're on your own. I could've helped.
1704 01:33:58 Good. I don't need it.
1705 01:34:01 And as far as we know,they could be watching us right now,
1706 01:34:04 so we should probablynever see each other again.
1707 01:34:06 Great.
1708 01:34:07 You know, if you see mepublicly, don't say, "Hi."
1709 01:34:09 Nothing personal.
1710 01:34:10 We just gotta keep this clean.
1711 01:34:12 Fine by me.
1712 01:34:21 Fuck.
1713 01:34:28 What'd you think?
1714 01:34:31 What did you think?
1715 01:34:35 You gave herplenty of rope to hang herself.
1716 01:34:37 Mm-hm. She's either the best liar thatwe've ever encountered, or she's innocent.
1717 01:34:42 Yeah.
1718 01:34:44 - Damn it! I thought it was her.Yeah, me, too.
1719 01:34:47 Yeah, she seemed pretty honest in there.
1720 01:34:53 What about you, Jasper?
1721 01:34:58 Yeah. I tend to agree.I don't think she did it.
1722 01:35:03 Great work in there, Gary. Really.
1723 01:35:09 So this mystery guy,the one who pulled the gun,
1724 01:35:12 - should we try to hunt that guy down?No.
1725 01:35:15 No, he just seems like some guy whopulled a gun on an asshole in an alleyway.
1726 01:35:19 Nothing much happened.
1727 01:35:21 Yeah, we're done here.
1728 01:35:50 Oh, my God!
1729 01:35:53 Yeah! There he is.
1730 01:35:56 The man himself.
1731 01:36:05 I figured you'd be coming by here, man.
1732 01:36:09 Come on, celebration beer?I'm gonna get you a beer.
1733 01:36:11 - You got it the first time. I got it.- I'll get it.
1734 01:36:15 She's awesome.
1735 01:36:17 What's going on, Jasper?
1736 01:36:19 I was literally just telling Madison herewhat phenomenal actors you guys are.
1737 01:36:24 So, I had to get backstage,
1738 01:36:27 poke my head inside the green room.
1739 01:36:30 I mean, your performance was flawless,
1740 01:36:33 but you...
1741 01:36:36 you, my friend,
1742 01:36:37 knocked my fucking socks off.
1743 01:36:41 Maybe I never gave youenough credit, Gary.
1744 01:36:43 Or... Ron. Sorry.
1745 01:36:45 Gary... Ron...
1746 01:36:49 I get them mixed up sometimes. Do you?
1747 01:36:52 Sometimes.
1748 01:36:54 - Yeah.- What the fuck is going on?
1749 01:36:58 Well, I was literally justtelling the lovely Madison
1750 01:37:03 that I was gonna be finewith whatever way it went this afternoon.
1751 01:37:07 That if it just blew up in your face,
1752 01:37:11 well, at least I'd get my job back.
1753 01:37:13 But, if you got away with it,
1754 01:37:16 which, hey, congratulations,it seems like you did,
1755 01:37:21 I would just have to settlefor a fuck-ton of money.
1756 01:37:27 Oh, this is where you would go,"What money, Jasper?"
1757 01:37:31 Or, "Money from where?"
1758 01:37:32 And then I would say,
1759 01:37:36 "the dead husband's insurance policy."
1760 01:37:40 Okay. Whoa, whoa, whoa.
1761 01:37:43 This will be our littleunderstanding, okay?
1762 01:37:45 The one that keeps me silent
1763 01:37:48 and you guys out of prison.
1764 01:37:52 - You got nothing, Jasper.- Well, I...
1765 01:37:54 Nah. It's 'cause there isn'tanything. That we're dating?
1766 01:37:56 - You think anybody gives a shit?- Oh, shit! I didn't know that.
1767 01:37:58 Hey! You've alreadyplayed your hand here.
1768 01:37:59 - Congratulations.- Fuck you! Get lost!
1769 01:38:01 Hey! Stop.
1770 01:38:04 Stay.
1771 01:38:06 Babe, sit down.We're gonna hear him out.
1772 01:38:08 Yeah, babe, you're being a dick.
1773 01:38:18 I'm just trying to help you guys out.
1774 01:38:19 - Help us out?- Oh, Jesus Christ, Gary!
1775 01:38:22 Enough. Okay? Enough!
1776 01:38:27 Okay. Cut the bullshit.
1777 01:38:29 Here, I'll go first, all right?
1778 01:38:32 I've been following both of you.
1779 01:38:35 And here, I'll be even more honest.
1780 01:38:37 I wanted my job back.
1781 01:38:39 Nothing against you personally,okay, but holy shit!
1782 01:38:46 I have enough evidenceto put you away for life.
1783 01:38:51 And you...
1784 01:38:53 an accomplice to murder?
1785 01:38:56 Whoa, doggy.
1786 01:39:01 You're gonna be there for a while.
1787 01:39:03 And the only reasonthat I'm 100 percent sure
1788 01:39:08 that you did it, is becauseI am 100 percent sure
1789 01:39:13 that your Mr. Tough Guy here...
1790 01:39:18 couldn't fucking kill a thing.
1791 01:39:30 The house is hot.
1792 01:39:38 And ironically,
1793 01:39:41 life insurance might haveactually saved you guys here.
1794 01:39:44 I mean, that moneygot me thinking, that this...
1795 01:39:55 ...dark...
1796 01:39:58 fucking adventure, okay,that we've all been on,
1797 01:40:02 can actually have a happy ending.
1798 01:40:06 Okay. So, the daythat you hand over the cash...
1799 01:40:11 is the...
1800 01:40:16 Fuck!
1801 01:40:20 Fuck!
1802 01:40:43 I'm fucked.
1803 01:40:45 What just happened?
1804 01:40:49 I put drugs in his beer.I hope I didn't overdo it.
1805 01:40:55 But if he wakes up, I'm going to jail...
1806 01:41:03 I drugged a cop.
1807 01:41:06 I am so fucked.
1808 01:41:24 What are you doing?
1809 01:41:48 What's that for?
1810 01:41:51 Commitment.
1811 01:41:59 Can't get away with killing a cop.
1812 01:42:06 Not usually, but for Jasper these days,
1813 01:42:11 I'm thinking we can.
1814 01:42:15 I mean, the policeare probably thinking about him
1815 01:42:18 the way we are right now,
1816 01:42:20 they'd just be better offif he wasn't around anymore.
1817 01:42:32 Oh, God.
1818 01:42:38 So, what's our story?
1819 01:42:42 He gets found in his carin a remote area.
1820 01:42:45 Drugs in his system, bag over his head,
1821 01:42:48 no contusions or sign of struggle,
1822 01:42:50 clearly a suicide.
1823 01:42:54 I mean, his wife left him years ago, so...
1824 01:42:58 no one to question the story.
1825 01:43:01 He's racist, misogynistic, abusive.
1826 01:43:08 A dirty, dirty cop.
1827 01:43:15 Fuck him.
1828 01:43:22 Are we really doing this?
1829 01:43:24 We don't have a choice.
1830 01:43:27 Look, I know you're takinga big leap with me,
1831 01:43:31 and there are some factual loose threadswe'll be dealing with, but...
1832 01:43:37 I think I'm in love with you.
1833 01:43:43 Well, it's always a leap.
1834 01:43:47 And for the record,I think I'm in love with you, too.
1835 01:43:55 For better or worse?
1836 01:43:59 We can agreethis is kind of the worst, right?
1837 01:44:08 Right.
1838 01:44:12 So, we're in this 'til the end?
1839 01:44:14 'Til death do us part?
1840 01:44:17 Yes, because I don't believe in divorce.
1841 01:44:21 I'm kidding.
1842 01:44:23 So, do we agree on the terms?
1843 01:44:27 I do.
1844 01:44:29 Where do I sign?
1845 01:44:33 - Anywhere else I need to sign?- Initial here.
1846 01:44:38 We gotta make surethis document is airtight.
1847 01:44:42 I think there's a little placedown here I need to initial.
1848 01:45:02 I know I've throwna lot at you this semester,
1849 01:45:06 but that's the point, isn't it?
1850 01:45:08 To be inundated, overwhelmedby perspectives and possibilities,
1851 01:45:13 because that is what life is offering youif you choose to look at it that way.
1852 01:45:18 And I didn't always.
1853 01:45:20 I used to believe that realitywas objective, immutable.
1854 01:45:26 And we're all just sort of stuckin a Plato-Descartes-Kant sort of way.
1855 01:45:32 But over the years, I've come to believe
1856 01:45:34 that the truth is createdthrough the integration
1857 01:45:37 of different points of view,and there are no absolutes,
1858 01:45:40 whether moral or epistemological.
1859 01:45:43 Now, I find this to be a much moreempowering way to go through life,
1860 01:45:46 this notion thatif the universe is not fixed,
1861 01:45:51 then neither are you,
1862 01:45:52 and you really can become a differentand hopefully, better person.
1863 01:45:57 Now, the one thing I know for certain,is your reality will change over time
1864 01:46:02 in ways you cannot even imagine,
1865 01:46:04 and I urge you to be openfor this transformation.
1866 01:46:09 So, as we close out this semester,
1867 01:46:11 if I have one piece of advicefor you moving forward
1868 01:46:14 in this complicated world, it is this:
1869 01:46:20 seize the identity you want for yourself.
1870 01:46:27 And whoever you wanna be after this class,
1871 01:46:30 be them with passion and abandon.
1872 01:46:33 Whoo!
1873 01:46:35 Best of luck to you allon your final exam.
1874 01:46:39 You may begin.
1875 01:46:43 All right. You see all thosewhite birds out there?
1876 01:46:46 Notice the long orange bill, right?That's the white ibis.
1877 01:46:52 Look at those eyes. They're crazy.
1878 01:46:55 All right, so,I know we have the croissants,
1879 01:46:57 and I know we have the cupcakes.Are you bringing the apple pie?
1880 01:47:00 Yeah, I'm bringingGary's famous apple pie.
1881 01:47:02 That's wonderful. Okay. I have that.
1882 01:47:05 Oh. And don't worryabout the costumes, I got it.
1883 01:47:09 Thank God. You're the best,Madison. Thank you.
1884 01:47:12 We were hoping someonewould step in and help.
1885 01:47:14 You know, Gabby just bailed for Aspen.
1886 01:47:16 I could've literallystrangled her to death.
1887 01:47:21 Yeah. I know.
1888 01:47:22 Anyway, I'll see you next meeting.
1889 01:47:25 As love can do, somewherealong the way, it changed me.
1890 01:47:29 I eventually found the propercocktail of Gary and Ron.
1891 01:47:33 After all, life is short.
1892 01:47:35 You gotta live on your own terms.
1893 01:47:39 Mommy, where did you meet Daddy?
1894 01:47:54 Well, Daddy wasthe nicest guy I'd ever met.
1895 01:47:59 Even though he was being all tough,
1896 01:48:02 I could tell it was an act.
1897 01:48:04 And your mother, well, what can I say?
1898 01:48:08 - It was love at first sight.
1899 01:48:11 She ended up making a new man out of me.
1900 01:48:17 But to answer your question,we met at a magical little place
1901 01:48:20 called the Please U Cafe.
1902 01:48:26 You enjoying your pie?
1903 01:48:28 All pie is good pie.
1904 01:48:30 It sure is.