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X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I'm pretty hungry. l hope we catch some fish soon. Help me wind.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Turn this one. Slowly.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Slowly. - l am doing it slowly.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Oh Matty, look. You see that big boat?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 She is the prettiest boat on Whidbey Island. The ''Morning Star''.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Some day I'll teach you to sail. it's the best thing there is.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Better than fishing? - Yep. But you know what, kiddo?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l don't think l want you to grow up. What if you marry some beautiful girl?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Who's going to sail with me then? - Dad?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Not a chance.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Nick, we need to talk. - Always happy to talk to you, Rudy.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Hey, Warren.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Get that notice from First Seattle? - Yeah, as a matter of fact, l did.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Then you know we've got a problem.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 First Seattle is not a problem. These martinis are a problem.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Do you mind? Where were we? First Seattle ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Mommy. - Hey, kiddo.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - How's it going? - Hand-off.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 He's a sack of potatoes.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You've carried him around the whole party?. We'll never marry you off.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Yes.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Picasso. Blue period.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 The artist's name is kandinsky. Wassily kandinsky.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 German, of Russian extraction. 1866-1944.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 By the way, Picasso's blue period was figurative, and ended in 1904.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 These watercolours are abstract, done in 191 1 .
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Picasso.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Everyone, pipe down. I'm about to give a speech.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 The sign of a good party is when l'm having a better time than anyone else.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 But now is the time you ante up, for drinking my liquor, eating my food.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Spilling tomato sauce on my couch ... Bobby Long.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You didn't think l saw you?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - He is insufferable. - The Small Frye School needs cash.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 So while you're reaching for your cheque-books ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I'm pleased to introduce Rebecca Tingley, our ravishing headmistress.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Mr Parsons. Thank you.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I'd like to start by introducing a few members of my valuable staff.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Our dedicated teacher, and head of admissions, Miss Angela Green.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 What are you thinking about?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Was l always as rude as l am now?. - Absolutely.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Hi. Come have a seat.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Should we break the news to her?. - it's best she hears it from us.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - She's not going to be happy about it. - What's up, guys?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Close your eyes. Close them.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Stand up.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Libby, what is your favourite thing? - Me?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Not even close.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 All right, open.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l made Sean an offer.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 He agreed to let us take her out for the weekend. lf you like it, it's yours.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 lf l like it?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - We can't afford it. - Have l ever let that get in my way?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - What about Matty?. - I'll take care of him. it'll be great.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - You hate to sail. - l can learn.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Generally, a wine like this needs time to breathe.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l don't think we should ... wait.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l don't see land.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 So where is it?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Alaska's that way, Japan is straight ahead, and Australia is off to the left.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Where would you like to go? - Bed.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 That can be arranged.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - We should do this more often. - What, buy expensive sailboats?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 If this is what happens, I'll buy you another one tomorrow.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 No, go away, just the two of us, with nobody else around.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I'll drink to that.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Nick?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Nick?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Oh, my God ... Nick?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Nick ...?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Nick?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Nick?. !
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Oh, my God.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Oh, my God. Nick?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 This is the Coastguard. Put the knife down and step away.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l ... l don't know ... l don't know where my husband is.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Hey, Tom. What have you got for me?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Anything? - No.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Cutter, please don't let them give up. He's a very strong man.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 The raft and life preservers are all on board.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 These guys tracked the wind, the currents ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 There's nothing.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 The water temperature overnight was 51 degrees.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 That's really cold.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - l can't breathe. - Just put your head down.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Deep breaths. Big breaths.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Mommy, look!
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Hey, kiddo.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Hey, Bobby.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Hey, Libby.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Cutter asked me to come by and talk to you.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Not as an attorney, just as a friend.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 The inquest was held this morning. Nick's officially been declared dead.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Libby, they determined it was a wrongful death, and you ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Jesus ... You're being formally charged with his murder.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I'm here to advise you, make no statements whatsoever to the sheriff.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I'm sorry, Libby.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Cutter!
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Not in front of my kid, okay?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I'm sorry, Libby. The judge denied us bail.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Can Angie keep looking after Matty?. Good.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Okay ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Let's take a look at this, see what we can do.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Bobby, here's what l think happened.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l had some wine. And l fell asleep. it must have been the sun.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Maybe Nick was trying to cut a snagged line, because ... -
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - the knife from the galley was on deck.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 And maybe the boat pitched, and he cut himself.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 And he tried to come below to wake me up.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l quit these when l met Nick.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 it'll be all right. l promise you.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Why don't we take a look at this First Guarantee Life?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You both bought insurance policies from the company four months ago.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - And you are the beneficiary?. - l'm his wife.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - You know it's worth two million? - He wanted everything to be okay.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I'm afraid the jury may see the two million as a motive.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Is that what they're saying out there? - No one is saying ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 That l killed Nick for money?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l know we had problems, and Nick worried, but we were okay.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Two of his investors were suing him for embezzlement.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 First Seattle issued a lien on all his properties, your possessions ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Nick's death erases these problems, leaving you with two million dollars.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Do you think l killed him? - What lawyers think doesn't matter.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 lt matters to me.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 No, of course, l don't think you killed him.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 What was the condition of the radio when you had a chance to inspect it?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - The handset cord had been cut. - And as you approached the boat, -
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - what did you see? - Mrs Parsons was holding a knife.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l show you State's exhibit number four.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Mayday, mayday, this is ""Morning Star"".
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - State your emergency. - I've been stabbed.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l"m bleeding. Jesus ... My name is Nicholas Parsons.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - State your position? - l don't know.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Three miles northwest of Whidbey Island, l guess.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Oh, God!
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Mrs Parsons, you've heard the testimony, -
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - and your explanation is that someone must have boarded the boat.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 That's right.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Well, let's consider all the possibilities.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Maybe a band of pirates. Or aliens. Did aliens murder your husband?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 No, aliens weren't beneficiaries in your husband's life insurance.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Objection. The prosecutor ... - Overruled.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - l told you what happened. - You told us that you were asleep.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Maybe you were sleepwalking when you stabbed him to death.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - This isn't a closing argument. - With drawn.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l didn't kill my husband. l loved my husband.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l did not kill my husband!
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You have to believe me.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I'm sorry, Libby.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 it's not your fault, Bobby.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l want to ask you something, Angie.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I'd like you to adopt my son.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - l can't do that. Not to you. - I've thought it through.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l barely survived my parents' house. I'm not going to put him there.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Money's no problem. The two million is going into a trust fund in his name.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - it isn't about money. - l know.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Matty loves you.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 We can't let him become a ward of the State.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Thank you.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Hey kiddo, come see me.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You're going to stay with Angie for a while.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 And you're going to have lots of fun.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l know you're going to be a good boy.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Yes, Mommy.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 As soon as all this is over, -
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - we'll be together again.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 That's a promise, kiddo.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l love you.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l love you too.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Who's this? - Rich bitch from Whidbey Island.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - She ain't gonna make it. - What do you think?. A year?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Five cartons says she offs herself inside of six months.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Get away from me. - Take it easy. We're your friends.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Heard you did your husband. He probably deserved it.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Mine did.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - l know what a pain it is to get here. - l taught him how to say the ABC's.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Is that true? - Yes.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Did you learn the alphabet, sweetie? Can you tell me?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 A, B, C, D, E, F, G,
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 H, l, J, K, L, M, N, O, P,
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Q, R, S, T, U, V,
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 W, X, Y and Z.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Now l know my ABC's
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 next time won't you sing with me
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Give it up. Come on. - Get off the phone, bitch.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You're low on cigarettes. You wanna make friends? Buy another pack fast.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 'Cause your personality ain't the best I've ever seen.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You're trying to reach your friend, the one with your boy?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Yeah, l can't find him. He disappeared.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 lf you could disappear that easy, l wouldn't be here now.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Me either.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Think. Use your head.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 There's got to be a way to track him down.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - SmallFrye School. Front office. - Hello, this is Angela Green.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Angie, it's Jennifer. - it's nice to hear your voice.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l haven't got a severance cheque in a while.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Do you have my correct address and phone number?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - I'll check. Can you hold on a sec? - Yes, of course. Thank you.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Yeah, l have it right here. Tell me if this is right.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 3321 Mason Street, San Francisco 94105.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 The phone number is 415 ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Hello? - Angie?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Libby, I've tried to call you. - Is Matty okay?. Where is he?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Everything is fine. - Why are you in San Francisco?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Puthim on the phone. - Why are you acting this way?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You disappeared! l haven't seen my son in a month!
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - l was just about to call you. - Bullshit!
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - How can you move and not tell me? - We were coming next week.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Just put Matty on the phone.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Matty, it's Mommy. Come say hi.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Hi, Mommy. - Hello, sweetie-pie.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 How are you, Matty?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l think about you all the time. l miss you so much. Are you doing okay?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l love you.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l know this has been really hard, -
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - but Angie's going to bring you up to see me next week.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Yes, Mommy ... Daddy!
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Nick?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 He was in San Francisco last night. The number is already disconnected.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 No, l don't have a forwarding address. He's gone.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Don't you have investigators? Doesn't your company want its two million?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Why aren't you listening to me? l am innocent.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Put some elbow grease into it. No one wants burnt tapioca.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Does it smell like it's burning? - You got shit for brains, girl.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You're in prison. Do you get that?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 So you can forget about re-opening your case, or a jailhouse appeal.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 They take years, and they're 95% unsuccessful.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 So if you want my advice, and you're gonna get it, you do your time.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 What are you now, a lawyer?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Once upon a time.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 But they tend to disbar murderers. Here's your Christmas present ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Pay attention, this is the best advice you're ever gonna get.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You ever hear of something called double jeopardy?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 it provides that no person may be tried for the same crime twice.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 They say you killed your husband. They can't convict you a second time.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 When you leave, track him down. When you find him, you can kill him.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You can walk right up to him, put a gun to his head and pull the trigger.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 And there's nothing anybody can do about it.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Makes you feel warm and tingly all over, don't it?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 That's right, keep stirring.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l got to hand it to you, honey, it's sheer hate driving you on.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 The only way you'll look like that is if l staple the picture to your head.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Matty's eighth birthday, honey.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l read that even if a child is separated from its mother at birth, -
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - it never forgets her voice.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You think that's true?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Of course l do.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - ''I've grown these past six years.'' - They don't want you to be a tree.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Repeat after me: ''lf l could trade places with my husband, l would.''
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 And throw in that born-again Jesus stuff.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Start with this: ''I'm not sitting in front of you to make excuses ... ''
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I'm not sitting in front of you today to try and make any excuses.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l killed my husband.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I've lived with that for six years.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 But I'm a changed person.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Why should we believe you?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l can't ask you to believe me. All l can do is believe in myself.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l know that, if I'm given a chance, l can do something good with my life.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Make up for the wrong l did.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Mommy, talk to me.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Man, did you see that?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 ... if the people who did that showed up here ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - The man's across the hall. - Thanks.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Let's imagine that ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Come in.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - I'm Elizabeth Parsons. - What do you have in that box?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Elizabeth Parsons ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 The state of Washington has granted you a conditional parole.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 For three years, no fighting, no fornicating, no drinking or drugs.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - No exceptions. Do you understand? - Yes.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 This is your social security card. You will find sustained employment.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You're not to carry a weapon of any kind, especially a knife.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Curfew's at 8:30.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 My cell-phone number. lf there's a chance you'll be five minutes late, -
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - you will call me. l will have you picked up.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 lf you violate these conditions, your parole will be revoked by me.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You'll return to prison to serve the remainder of your sentence.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Is this a problem for you? - No.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Yes, it is. Want to tell me about it? - No.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - I'm gonna have trouble with you. - No, l learned my lesson ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I'm only interested in your behaviour. Behave yourself. You're in room 8.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You're never going to get anywhere like that. Here ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Nice shampoo ... What are you looking for?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 A friend l haven't seen in a few years.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Boyfriend ...?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Girl. - In that case, I'll help you.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Does your friend have e-mail? - l have no idea.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Okay, let's do some surfing. What's your friend's name?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Angela Green. - Zip code?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Social security number?. We can run a credit report and get her address.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - She was a schoolteacher. - Done deal.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 And ... voilą.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Maybe when this thing is finished searching -
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - we could go to this bar l know and get a drink.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - What do you say?. - After l check with my parole officer.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - You've been to jail? - Prison. Jail is a different thing.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 What did you do, not pay your parking tickets?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l was convicted of murdering my husband.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - You're kidding, right? - No, I'm not.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Sliced and diced. Can you believe that?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - You're not kidding. - No, l said l wasn't.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 But it'd be nice to have a drink. l haven't been out in a long time.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - l have this appointment ... - See you.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 See you.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Oh, the book. See you.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Oh, my God.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 So he takes me out for dinner and feeds me escargot. Snails!
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Anyway, the moment l go to bed with him, the asshole dumps me.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - You dick-sticking fuck! - You insult me by raising your voice.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l don't like being called dirty names.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Don't do this to me. - Where were you this afternoon?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - You were on Pike St. in hot pants. - l was on my way to work!
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You haven't been to work in a week. Get your stuff.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I'm sorry. l won't ever do that shit again. l promise that.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You blew off your parole, you're going back. it's that simple.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - You dirty cocksucker! - You've got a dirty mouth, Ruby.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l just want one chance! God damn you, you motherfucker!
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You mean fucker! You send me back there and they'll kill me!
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Fucking asshole!
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Show's over. Go to sleep.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Am l a mean son of a bitch? - She could get a second chance.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 There are no second chances. This is the last-chance house.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - What's wrong with that guy?. - He used to be a college something.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - A law teacher. - How can a law professor end here?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Life's a bitch. - He got a DUI and totalled his car.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - He totalled his wife and daughter. - Nobody got killed.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 When his wife got done with him, he wished he had. She took it all.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Including the kid. He hasn't seen his girl in years.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Libby, it's wrong of you to be here. - I'm sorry, but you're my only hope.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Sharon, put that down, please.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Libby, I'm sorry, l can't. - l want to find my son.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Matty's had six years with Angie. Think about it. Six years.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Benjamin, that's a great sandcastle.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 lf you come back into his life now, it'll cause more disruption and pain.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Please, just think about it.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l just want to see him, Rebecca.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Can you give me Angie's address so l can see him?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l really am sorry.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Where's Parsons? - l don't know. Not here.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l got her. Up here!
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l got her!
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 There she is!
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Jesus Christ, Libby! What are you doing here?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Did you have a nice day at the beach?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You've pissed me off, Parsons.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Angela Green. The woman who's got your kid, right?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Could we not talk, please, Lehman? - All right.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Why'd she skip town?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 With your husband who isn't dead because you didn't kill him? Bullshit.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l chopped my husband into bits and dumped him in the Pacific. Satisfied?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 No! You were a lot closer to your kid three days ago than you are today.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 All you had to do was wait three years. That's all. You fucking idiot.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l sat in prison for six years and thought of nothing but my son.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Did l make the right choice? l didn't have one. Fuck your curfew!
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Who's that? Your daughter?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Is that a problem for you, Lehman?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I'm going up top.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Don't go anywhere.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Shit!
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Did you voluntarily give her a gun? - Come on, what do you think?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Were you drinking? it's been known to happen.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Any idea where she's gone? Well, that's about all then.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 There will be an investigation into your actions today.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l wouldn't hold my breath about the prospect of keeping your job.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Thanks a lot.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l sent your father off to the VFW. He'll be playing gin for hours.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Some things never change. - He's not as bad as he used to be.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l'm glad for you, Momma.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l always said there was good money in tomatoes.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - So, you're in the market for a BMW? - Who isn't?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - They're the best. - l decided it was time to trade up.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Why don't you check my credit and see if l can finance this?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Great, just give me your social security number.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 20 Oriole Terrace, Evergreen, Colorado?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 20 Oriole Terrace, Evergreen, Colorado, sure is.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - You said Green. This says Ryder. - No, l said Ryder. Angela Ryder.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 What about the car?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Fill this out and come back to me.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - How's tricks, Orbe? - No way, no way, no way.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - I've been clean, Mr Travis. - l believe you.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l need a search on Angela Green. l got her social security number.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - I'm not allowed to give you that. - l shouldn't have asked you that.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Does your employer know you used to perform fellatio for a living, -
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - and that you're out on parole? You're required to tell him.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - You're looking good, Orbe. - l know.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Honey, can you get that?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Hi.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Who is it, Sam? - Some lady.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - May l help you? - isn't this Angela Ryder's address?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I've never heard of her, but we've just moved in.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Check with the woman next door, she's been here 40 years.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Excuse me. - Whatever you're selling, I've got two.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I'm looking for my friend Angela Ryder. She used to live next door.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 elm's sorry to be the one to tell you, but Angie died in the accident.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 it was three or four years ago. it was one of those awful things.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 The gas stove was leaking.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 The explosion knocked out some of my windows.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - What about the boy?. - Matty?. He's such a dear child.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 He and Simon weren't there when it happened. Poor Simon ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I've never seen anyone so grief-stricken.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Help me out, kiddo.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 it would really help if you could remember what kind of car she drove.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 it was an old truck.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - l don't know what year or make. - What colour was it?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 kandinsky's a bit out of our reach. l have some Picasso lithographs.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 No, it's kandinsky I'm interested in. Particularly his Blue Rider period.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Well, let's check Art Scan.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 kandinskys don't become available too often, I'm afraid.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Here's a lovely little Miro ... - it really needs to be kandinsky.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Ah, here is a lovely 1922 kandinsky lithograph ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - The 191 1 is all that interests me. - 191 1 ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Stop! There. Yes, that's it.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I'm afraid it was sold to a museum in Munich six months ago.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Can you find who sold it? Perhaps they have more.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Yes, let's see.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 lf you'll excuse me a moment ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Yes sir, can l help you? - My name is Travis Lehman ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - She seemed so refined. - What did she want in your gallery?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Can l help you?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Is Jonathan Devereaux in? - No, but he'll be back for the party.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Is Matty here? - l don't believe l know you, ma'am.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Maybe you'd like to leave a message?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 it's a pleasure to have you with us, Mrs Kritch.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - My suite has a view?. - A lovely view of the Mississippi.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - And l need a masseur. - I'll send Jerome right up. Bruce ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 1420, Mrs Kritch.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Hello.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Are you lost?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 No, actually I'm found. l just had an hour with Jerome.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Oh ... I've heard that he's marvelous.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 He's fabulous. l haven't felt this good since the day my husband died.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I've got something for tonight, but l think l need Armani.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Yes, very good, Mrs ..? - Kritch. Suite 1420.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Of course.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I'll be charging it to my room.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Now, Mrs Kritch, l would say that you are a size four?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Two. - Of course.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 There's a guy waiting for you.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Did you catch that thing? What did you use for bait?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l caught that big bucket-mouth off an old lure my daddy left me.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Of course, buzz-bombs, poppers, jigs, lots of things work in these waters.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - I'm Jim Mangold. - Lehman, Washington Corrections.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 What can l do for you? Who's this?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Somebody I'm looking for. - Pretty girl.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 She's very pretty, for a convicted murderer.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 She jumped parole on me.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - I'd love to be able to help you ... - Don't go to any trouble.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l came as a professional courtesy. She's here to kill a prominent citizen.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 How?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 She'll probably use the .38 Special she stole from me.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Roy Lee! Get these in the works, now!
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Wherever did you find that wrap? - The first lady asked the same thing.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - l wouldn't tell her, either. - Invitations, sir?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Good evening, ma'am. - Good evening.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Good evening. We're delighted you're with us this evening -
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - on this very special occasion. As is the custom in New Orleans, -
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - since even before the war of Northern aggression, -
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - we offer the ladies our first bachelor for the auctioning block.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Our host, Jonathan Devereaux!
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Where is that man?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Hey, Jonathan. - Thank you, Louis.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You all having a good time?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Before you is a moderately presentable man in his 30's, -
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - given to unhealthy thoughts and a dissipated lifestyle.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 With, and this is what'll cost you the really big money ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 ... absolutely no redeeming moral virtues.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - 500. - My cuff links cost more than that.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Do l hear 1 ,000? Thank you.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 2,000.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Did l hear the charming Miss Monroe? l was starting to worry.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - l thought maybe you didn't care. - 2,500.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 2,500. We have a new bidder.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 3,000.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 5,000.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 5,500.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 We have 5,500. Will the lady take us to six?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 $10,000.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 At last, someone who knows my true value.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Miss Monroe, the bid is to you at $10,500.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 He's yours. l know he isn't worth that much, from personal experience.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Thank you, honey. All right, going once ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 ... going twice ... sold!
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 The woman in the back. $10,000.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Would you like to come forward and claim your prize?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Hello, Nick.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Aren't you going to give me a kiss? l think I've earned it.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I'll make this easy for you, Nick. An offer you can't refuse.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - You used to love a good deal. - Let's take this someplace private.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l remember what happened the last time we were alone.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - I'm Suzanne Monroe. - I'm Libby, I'm his wife.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Well, Jonathan! A minute ago a bachelor, now you're married.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You don't waste any time. You been in New Orleans long?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I'm just picking up my child. I'll be leaving soon.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 We're putting the past behind us. Aren't we ... Jonathan?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 But how long were you fucking Angie before you decided to get rid of me?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Would you excuse us, please? - Sure, go ahead.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Where is he, Nick?. You destroyed my life, -
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - and I'll destroy yours, unless you give me Matty. That's all l want.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Listen, let me explain something. We were going to lose everything.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 lf l had guts, I'd have killed myself. The insurance was to protect you.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 So I'd be out of the picture, and you and Matty would be okay.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l just never believed they would convict you.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 They did, Nick.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 The thing with Angie happened later.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 it was a nightmare. The worst part of it was being away from you.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Is that why you killed her?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - That was an accident. - Sorry, I'm not buying. it's bullshit.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - l will swear on the life of our son ... - Don't you fucking dare.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Keep your hotel, your fancy accent and new name. Just give me Matty.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - l understand ... - Now. Give him to me now!
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - l can't just leave here. - Do you think I'm stupid?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - l won't let you slip away again. - His school is far away. Be patient.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I've been patient for six years. l want my child.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I'll call you tomorrow. No screwing around.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Excuse me. Where's Mr Devereaux?. - He's at the bar, sir.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I'm sorry. Can l offer you a drink?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - No, thank you. - Let me guess. Scotch and soda?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I'll have a diet Coke, please.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You're on the wagon. $10 says I'm right.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - You've never seen her before? - I'm positive.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 She believes I'm her husband, whom she killed?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - That's pretty far-fetched. - She has a gun and she's after you.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Thank you. I'll alert our security. - You do that.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 The cops have been passing these out.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 No reward. Screw'em.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - They'll be in every hotel in town. - So much for a good night's sleep.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Take this and get out of here.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Thanks a lot.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Let's go, Lehman. We spotted your girl.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Where's the girl, Dilbert?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - What do you think you're doing? - l thought you were somebody else.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Have a good evening. - l take it that ain't her?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Mr Lehman ... come in.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - May l offer you a Cuban cigar?. - No, thanks.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 As you can see, I'm alive and kicking.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - What can l do for you? - We spotted the Parsons woman.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 She got away. l came by to find out if you'd heard from her.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Not a peep. - Any idea why she's fixated on you?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 The world's full of crazy people, am l right?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Truer words were never spoken.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Those are nice pictures. Did your kids do them?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 No ... Those pictures are by a very great artist named kandinsky.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 But why do l think you already knew that?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Excuse me for a second.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - This is a business call. - Oh, I'm sorry.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 That back door leads to the kitchen.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Have the chef fix you a New Orleans breakfast. The eggs St. Jacques.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l have your card.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Good morning. l hope you had a nice night.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l want you to bring Matty to Lafayette Cemetery number three.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 That's an odd choice for a reunion.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 it's a big tourist place. A lot of people around.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You're a smart girl. l can have him there by four.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Where's Matty?. - Relax. He's nervous.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l told him he could go play inside.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 There he is.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Matty, come over here, son.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - I'll get him for you. - No.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 it's something l want to do.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Matty?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Matty?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Hey, kiddo ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Hey, Matty ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Matty ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Matty, it's Mommy.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You have to learn to relax.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Why are your panties in such a twist?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You ever arrest anybody you thought was innocent?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Nope.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 There's no information on Devereaux that's over three years old.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 So he changed his name. Lots of folks do. it don't make them criminals.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - But I'm betting he's Nick Parsons. - But you can't prove it.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Hey, is that long distance? - Bill me.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Lucy, this is Travis. Get the DMV to fax me a Washington driver's licence.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Nicholas Parsons. I'm at the New Orleans police station.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You better talk to Mr Carruthers. His colon is twisted in a knot.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Give me that. I've had to cover your office.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - l think Parsons was telling the truth. - You're not a law professor now.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You're barely a parole officer. Stop playing Mission Impossible.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 All l need is a photograph of Nicholas Parsons.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Come back today, because tomorrow you go before the Commissioner.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 karl, l know I'm right. Give me a chance, okay?.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 I'm asking you politely. You send me that goddamn picture!
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - it's not him. - Sometimes we all want to believe.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 We forget that 99.9% of the time, life just flat don't work out.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Thanks, l feel a lot better now. - Any time.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Hold it right here.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 it's over, Libby.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Oh, Travis ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Messages.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Mr Devereaux?. - Mr Lehman ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - This is really not a good time. - l understand.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 A lot of people feel that way about me, but l have good news.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Won't take long.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Well?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 it turns out l owe you an apology.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 After our last conversation, l thought she was telling the truth about you.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 So l asked the Washington State DMV to send me -
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - a driver's licence photograph of Nicholas Parsons.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - And? - And this is what came up.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Well, we all make mistakes. There's no harm done.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Then it occurred to me what a common name Nicholas Parsons is.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 lt turns out there were six. And this ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 ... is number three.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l never liked that picture.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 So you came here to make a deal.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Otherwise you'd have gone to the police. What's your price?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 A million dollars.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 it's a nice, round figure.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - All right. But l need a few days. - No. One million dollars right now.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 it's nine o'clock at night. l can't just ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Wait a minute. Wait!
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l have $100,000 in the safe here.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You can have that now. I'll get you the rest tomorrow.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You got a deal.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Mrs Parsons can still make a lot of trouble for us, even from prison.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - l don't need that. - l think I've solved that problem.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Let's just say the problem has been buried. She's gone, l promise you.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You're not very good at keeping promises.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - You going to do something? - Me? She's the one with the gun.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 They're tough in Louisiana. Shoot me, and they'll give you the gas chamber.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 No, they won't. it's called double jeopardy.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l can shoot you in the middle of Mardis Gras and they can't touch me.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 As an ex-law professor, l can assure you she's right.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Where's my son?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 In St Alban's School, in Georgia.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You have your son back, you got what you want.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l haven't felt that good in six years.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l want you to suffer like l suffered.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 What she means is, you're going to prison. For murder.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Who did l supposedly murder?. - Me.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - All you have is an old fax photo. - The motive.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Your wife, whom you had framed, tracks you down, so you kill her.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - You won't get away with it. - l think l've solved that problem.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Let's just say the problem has been buried. She's gone, I promise you.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Taped confessions are very persuasive in court.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Plus the physical evidence we'll put in the car.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Shovel, hair, my fingerprints, blood. - And gasoline.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 it'll look like you burned and buried me, just like you said on the tape.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 The prosecution rests. You better get out of here.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You can't be around if the police are arresting a guy for your murder.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Wait a minute. I'll take that gun.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Well, Lehman, you gonna live? - l doubt it.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Since you're still legally his wife, you inherited a fine little hotel here.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Not interested.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - l guess I'm gonna take off now. - No, you're not.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You're a parole violator. You're going back with me to Seattle, -
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - where I'll demand a full pardon, -
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - and a parade, and a little pink poodle, on a key-chain.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 What are you waiting for?. Go on.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l don't know if I've ever been so scared in my whole life.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 l think a big part of me never thought I'd really find him.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 What if he doesn't recognise me? Maybe after all this time ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Because of you l have lost a good used car and a not-so-good job.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 lf you don't go to him right now, I'll have you arrested ... for stupidity.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Go on.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Thanks, Lehman. You saved my life.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 You saved mine, too.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - Coach Matthews. How you doing? - Nice to meet you.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 it'll be half-time soon.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Matty ...
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Matty.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Hi.
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 Do you know who l am?
X1:000 X2:719 Y1:002 Y2:571 - They told me you were dead. - No, sweetheart.
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