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[INFORMATION] [TITLE] [AUTHOR] [SOURCE] [PRG] [FILEPATH] [DELAY]0 [CD TRACK]0 [COMMENT] [END INFORMATION] [SUBTITLE] [COLF]&HFFFFFF,[STYLE]bd,[SIZE]24,[FONT]Tahoma 00:00:56.54,00:00:58.83 For more than 200 years... 00:00:59.25,00:01:01.37 ... we Owens women[br]have been blamed... 00:01:01.58,00:01:04.87 ...for everything that has[br]ever gone wrong in this town. 00:01:05.12,00:01:07.75 Is that why people hate us[br]so much, Aunt Frances? 00:01:08.00,00:01:12.41 They don 't hate us, sweetheart.[br]We just make them a little nervous. 00:01:12.70,00:01:16.41 Let's face it, Jet. We Owens women[br]have always created a stir. 00:01:17.29,00:01:20.79 It all began with[br]your ancestor, Maria. 00:01:21.00,00:01:23.95 She was a witch.[br]The first in our family. 00:01:24.37,00:01:26.37 And you, my darlings,[br]are the most recent... 00:01:26.58,00:01:28.66 ...in a long and distinguished line. 00:01:28.95,00:01:32.62 Is that why they wanted to hang her?[br]Because she was a witch? 00:01:32.87,00:01:36.79 The fact that our Aunt Maria was[br]a bit of a heartbreaker didn 't help. 00:01:37.04,00:01:38.83 Nor did it help that[br]most of her lovers... 00:01:39.08,00:01:41.50 ...had wives on the hanging committee. 00:01:41.91,00:01:46.29 But no, I don 't think it was[br]either of those reasons. 00:01:46.50,00:01:49.70 They feared her[br]because she had a gift. 00:01:50.50,00:01:54.54 A power that has been passed[br]on to you children. 00:01:55.33,00:01:57.04 She had the gift... 00:01:57.33,00:01:58.75 ...of magic. 00:02:12.33,00:02:14.29 And it was this very gift... 00:02:14.58,00:02:15.95 ... that saved her life. 00:02:32.33,00:02:35.20 She was banished[br]to this very island. 00:02:36.20,00:02:39.16 With her unborn child[br]growing inside her belly... 00:02:39.41,00:02:41.25 ...she waited for her lover[br]to rescue her. 00:02:42.25,00:02:43.87 But he never came. 00:02:44.91,00:02:46.45 No one came. 00:02:48.33,00:02:49.87 In a moment of despair... 00:02:50.08,00:02:52.70 ...she cast a spell upon herself: 00:02:52.91,00:02:54.16 She would never again... 00:02:54.45,00:02:56.87 ...feel the agony of love. 00:02:57.33,00:02:59.12 But as her bitterness grew... 00:02:59.37,00:03:01.87 ... the spell turned into a curse. 00:03:02.12,00:03:06.58 A curse on any man[br]who dared love an Owens woman. 00:03:10.58,00:03:12.29 Is that why Daddy died? 00:03:12.58,00:03:13.62 From the curse? 00:03:13.87,00:03:15.54 Yes, my darling. 00:03:19.33,00:03:20.95 Your mother knew. 00:03:21.95,00:03:26.12 She heard the beetle ticking[br]for your father's death all day long. 00:03:26.37,00:03:29.58 She knew that when you hear[br]the sound of the deathwatch beetle... 00:03:29.87,00:03:32.58 ... the man you love[br]is doomed to die. 00:03:37.16,00:03:39.29 But that's how you came[br]to live with us. 00:03:39.54,00:03:41.29 We tucked you into our lives then. 00:03:41.54,00:03:44.66 We've raised you[br]the best way we know how. 00:03:44.91,00:03:48.04 In this house, we have[br]chocolate cake for breakfast. 00:03:48.33,00:03:51.70 We never bother with silly things[br]like bedtimes or brushing our teeth. 00:03:52.29,00:03:54.12 But with the sweets... 00:03:54.41,00:03:55.87 ...comes the sour. 00:03:56.16,00:03:59.12 So when you find yourself[br]the center of attention.... 00:03:59.41,00:04:00.33 You want to play? 00:04:00.83,00:04:03.79 It's not that they hate you.[br]It's that, well. ... 00:04:04.37,00:04:05.41 We're different. 00:04:05.70,00:04:07.04 You witch! 00:04:09.04,00:04:12.04 Witch! Witch![br]You're a bitch! 00:04:22.79,00:04:23.91 Gillian. 00:04:24.20,00:04:25.04 Sally. 00:04:26.33,00:04:28.37 The only curse in this family. . . 00:04:28.62,00:04:31.08 . . .is sitting right there[br]at the end of the table. 00:04:31.33,00:04:32.37 Your Aunt Fanny. 00:04:32.62,00:04:34.87 Come on, Jetty,[br]even you have to admit. . . 00:04:35.12,00:04:37.20 . . .any man who gets involved[br]with an Owens woman. . . 00:04:37.41,00:04:38.95 . . .is bound to end up[br]6 feet under. 00:04:39.33,00:04:40.41 Spare me. 00:04:41.25,00:04:42.87 What about my poor Ethan? 00:04:43.20,00:04:43.87 An accident. 00:04:44.16,00:04:44.91 It was fate. 00:04:45.20,00:04:45.95 It was an accident. 00:04:46.25,00:04:47.16 It was fate. 00:04:47.50,00:04:48.62 -Accident![br]-Fate! 00:04:50.62,00:04:53.08 Mommy died of a broken heart,[br]didn't she? 00:04:55.75,00:04:58.16 Yes, my darling girl, she did. 00:05:03.58,00:05:05.70 My little witch. . . 00:05:06.25,00:05:08.41 . . .Iet's go inside[br]and do some spells. 00:05:08.79,00:05:11.33 -What about my homework?[br]-Pish! 00:05:11.70,00:05:14.33 Tosh! You'll both learn things[br]in this house. . . 00:05:14.58,00:05:16.20 . . .you'll never learn in school. 00:05:16.95,00:05:18.00 Let's go. 00:05:18.95,00:05:19.87 Come on, Gilly! 00:05:20.08,00:05:21.66 I'm coming, Sally! 00:05:24.91,00:05:27.08 Very good, Sally! 00:05:27.37,00:05:29.83 You've been blessed with a gift. 00:05:30.16,00:05:31.12 What about me? 00:05:31.37,00:05:33.83 We don't worry about you, Gilly-Bean. 00:05:34.12,00:05:36.54 Your talents will emerge in time. 00:05:41.95,00:05:45.75 Sally, you just stay right there.[br]Keep working on your spells. 00:05:46.41,00:05:48.70 Just keep working on your spells. 00:05:52.29,00:05:53.25 Get the bird. 00:05:53.50,00:05:54.66 Get the book. 00:05:57.04,00:06:00.33 I want him so much,[br]I can't think about anything else. 00:06:00.62,00:06:01.79 I don't sleep. 00:06:02.58,00:06:05.29 He has to leave his wife.[br]He has to leave her now. 00:06:05.58,00:06:07.79 Perhaps you might find[br]one better suited. 00:06:08.04,00:06:11.20 I don't want anyone else.[br]He's all I think about. 00:06:11.45,00:06:13.08 Why else would I come here? 00:06:13.29,00:06:15.12 Take the money, Jet. 00:06:24.25,00:06:26.62 I want him to want me so much[br]he can't stand it. 00:06:34.54,00:06:36.79 Be careful what you wish for. 00:06:43.00,00:06:45.54 I hope I never fall in love.[br]I hope I never fall in love. 00:06:45.75,00:06:48.83 I hope I never fall in love.[br]I hope I never fall in love. 00:06:49.08,00:06:51.41 I can't wait to fall in love. 00:06:52.00,00:06:54.58 He will hear my call a mile away. 00:06:55.70,00:06:57.79 He will whistle my favorite song. 00:06:59.29,00:07:01.04 He can ride a pony backwards. 00:07:01.20,00:07:02.00 What are you doing? 00:07:02.25,00:07:04.25 Summoning up a true love spell. . . 00:07:04.50,00:07:05.87 . . .called Amas Veritas. 00:07:06.50,00:07:09.08 He can flip pancakes in the air. 00:07:11.87,00:07:14.20 He'll be marvelously kind. 00:07:15.33,00:07:17.29 And his favorite shape. . . 00:07:17.83,00:07:19.00 . . .will be a star. 00:07:25.41,00:07:26.91 And he'll have. . . 00:07:27.33,00:07:28.91 . . .one green eye. . . 00:07:33.54,00:07:35.04 . . .and one blue. 00:07:41.04,00:07:43.54 Thought you never wanted[br]to fall in love. 00:07:44.33,00:07:45.83 That's the point. 00:07:46.04,00:07:48.50 The guy I dreamed of doesn't exist. 00:07:48.75,00:07:52.62 And if he doesn't exist,[br]I'll never die of a broken heart. 00:08:19.79,00:08:21.58 And if he doesn 't exist... 00:08:21.87,00:08:24.12 ...l'll never die of a broken heart. 00:08:27.70,00:08:28.87 Get the door! 00:08:37.16,00:08:38.91 Sal, you have. . . 00:08:39.20,00:08:40.79 . . .no idea! 00:08:41.91,00:08:44.50 Do you love him enough[br]to marry him? 00:08:44.75,00:08:46.45 Come on, Sal, what's enough? 00:08:46.66,00:08:48.04 I hate it here. 00:08:48.33,00:08:51.08 I want to go where no one's[br]even heard of us. 00:08:51.37,00:08:53.08 I feel like I'll never[br]see you again. 00:08:53.37,00:08:54.45 Of course you will. 00:08:54.70,00:08:56.04 We'll grow old together. 00:08:56.29,00:08:58.83 It'll be you and me[br]living in a big house. 00:08:59.04,00:09:01.50 These two old biddies[br]with all these cats. 00:09:01.79,00:09:04.12 I bet we even die on the same day. 00:09:04.41,00:09:05.62 You swear? 00:09:07.50,00:09:08.16 Honey. . . 00:09:08.41,00:09:10.12 . . .I need your pocketknife. 00:09:14.04,00:09:14.79 Here. 00:09:17.45,00:09:18.62 My blood. 00:09:20.33,00:09:21.91 Your blood. 00:09:25.70,00:09:26.95 Our blood. 00:09:32.00,00:09:33.29 I love you, Gilly-Bean. 00:09:34.95,00:09:36.58 I love you too. 00:09:48.58,00:09:51.20 -Good morning.[br]-Hello, boys. 00:09:51.70,00:09:53.08 Charlie, looking good! 00:09:54.66,00:09:56.16 God, what was I thinking? 00:09:56.41,00:09:57.87 Franny, let it go. 00:09:58.12,00:10:01.33 My goodness, Gillian's in Orlando![br]She's in Orlando. 00:10:01.62,00:10:03.54 I guess that[br]Roto-Rooter man is history. 00:10:03.70,00:10:05.50 -According to that, he is.[br]-It's insane. 00:10:05.79,00:10:07.95 She keeps going through[br]all these guys. 00:10:08.20,00:10:11.66 Hopefully, someday she'll find[br]a guy who'll go through her. 00:10:14.12,00:10:15.79 Hello, darling. How are you? 00:10:16.00,00:10:17.70 Oh, Jet, just give it up. 00:10:18.00,00:10:18.91 Never. 00:10:19.16,00:10:20.16 God, I miss her. 00:10:20.37,00:10:22.20 Oh, sweetie! 00:10:23.70,00:10:24.91 Oh, dear! 00:10:29.58,00:10:32.54 Oh, Samson![br]Now just knock it off. 00:10:33.16,00:10:34.79 All I want is a normal life. 00:10:35.00,00:10:36.79 Darling, when will you understand. . . 00:10:37.04,00:10:39.62 . . .that being normal[br]is not necessarily a virtue. 00:10:39.87,00:10:41.29 It denotes a lack of courage. 00:10:41.50,00:10:42.41 It's what I want. 00:10:42.62,00:10:45.75 See this couple? He's having an[br]affair with the babysitter. 00:10:46.00,00:10:48.62 And she can eat a pound cake[br]in under a minute. 00:10:59.58,00:11:00.75 Sorry! 00:11:14.91,00:11:15.87 What time is it? 00:11:16.12,00:11:17.08 Any moment now. 00:11:36.45,00:11:37.91 Where are you going, dear? 00:11:38.25,00:11:39.95 Most excellent. 00:12:12.20,00:12:13.45 Dear Gillian: 00:12:13.75,00:12:15.87 Today is our[br]third anniversary... 00:12:16.20,00:12:19.33 ...and all I have to show for it[br]are two beautiful little girls... 00:12:19.58,00:12:23.00 ...and a husband[br]ljust can 't stop kissing. 00:12:23.70,00:12:26.25 I don 't even mind the beard. 00:12:26.75,00:12:28.33 I wish you could see us. 00:12:29.16,00:12:32.75 No more stones being thrown,[br]no taunts cried out. 00:12:33.54,00:12:36.66 Everything is just so blissfully... 00:12:36.95,00:12:38.08 ...normal. 00:12:39.04,00:12:40.95 Life is perfect. 00:12:44.25,00:12:45.75 Dear Sal: 00:12:47.87,00:12:49.95 I'm lying in the sun. 00:12:51.58,00:12:53.66 I'm hanging by the pool. 00:12:54.08,00:12:56.20 I've got a million friends. 00:12:57.04,00:12:58.41 You might say... 00:12:58.70,00:13:00.41 ... that life is... 00:13:00.70,00:13:01.95 ...perfect. 00:13:07.83,00:13:09.87 But I don 't care[br]about any of it. 00:13:10.12,00:13:12.83 In fact, I only have[br]two words to say to you: 00:13:14.70,00:13:16.25 Jimmy Angelov. 00:13:17.29,00:13:18.75 Jimmy... 00:13:19.12,00:13:20.33 ...Angelov. 00:14:08.87,00:14:09.83 Angel. 00:14:10.08,00:14:12.12 Angelov, Angelov. 00:14:53.83,00:14:55.41 Where are you? 00:14:55.70,00:14:57.29 Don't do this to me. 00:14:58.12,00:14:59.83 Come on! Come on! 00:15:00.08,00:15:02.70 -Hey, boys, catch anything today?[br]-Not much. 00:15:02.91,00:15:03.70 See you in a bit. 00:15:09.79,00:15:11.20 Jimmy, what's going on? 00:15:11.45,00:15:12.45 I hear you. 00:15:13.70,00:15:14.95 I hear you. 00:15:15.20,00:15:16.16 Don't! 00:15:16.75,00:15:17.58 How's Mary doing? 00:15:17.83,00:15:18.62 She's good? 00:15:24.50,00:15:26.00 That can't be. No! 00:15:30.79,00:15:32.12 What's that? 00:15:33.00,00:15:34.50 I know you're in there. 00:15:37.50,00:15:38.41 Michael, look out! 00:15:39.54,00:15:41.12 Look out behind you! 00:15:42.00,00:15:43.04 On your right! 00:16:23.00,00:16:25.25 It was the curse, wasn't it? 00:16:26.04,00:16:28.91 He died because[br]I loved him so much! 00:16:29.20,00:16:30.58 My poor little girl. 00:16:38.62,00:16:40.58 We had no idea. . . 00:16:40.83,00:16:42.41 . . .when we cast the spell. . . . 00:16:42.66,00:16:44.91 What spell?[br]What are you talking about? 00:16:49.00,00:16:50.25 You didn't! 00:16:51.29,00:16:52.83 Please tell me. . . 00:16:53.12,00:16:54.75 . . .that my own flesh and blood-- 00:16:55.08,00:16:57.12 It was just a little push. 00:16:57.33,00:16:59.08 You wanted so much to be happy. 00:16:59.33,00:17:01.70 We never expected[br]that you'd truly love him. 00:17:01.91,00:17:03.37 Well, I did. 00:17:03.66,00:17:05.00 And I want him back. 00:17:10.37,00:17:12.54 You brought him into my life.[br]You bring him back! 00:17:12.83,00:17:15.50 Bring him back![br]I've never asked you for anything! 00:17:15.75,00:17:18.58 I never asked for spells, but do[br]this! You can bring him back. 00:17:18.79,00:17:19.87 No, dear. 00:17:20.20,00:17:21.12 We won't do that. 00:17:21.37,00:17:22.41 We don't do that. 00:17:22.62,00:17:24.87 You can do this.[br]I know you can. I remember. 00:17:25.12,00:17:27.16 I found it here when Mommy[br]and Daddy died. 00:17:27.95,00:17:30.79 Even if we did bring him back,[br]it wouldn't be Michael. 00:17:31.04,00:17:33.08 It'd be something else.[br]Something dark. . . 00:17:33.83,00:17:34.79 . . .and unnatural. 00:17:35.04,00:17:39.08 I don't care what he comes back as.[br]As long as he comes back. 00:17:39.37,00:17:42.08 Please do this for me.[br]Please! 00:17:45.66,00:17:46.87 Please! 00:17:56.37,00:17:58.87 This is only temporary.[br]Don't get too comfortable. 00:17:59.12,00:18:00.37 No chocolate for breakfast. 00:18:00.66,00:18:02.70 Homework will be done[br]after dinner. 00:18:02.95,00:18:04.87 Teeth and hair brushed[br]before bed. 00:18:07.41,00:18:09.16 And as for you two. . . 00:18:09.41,00:18:11.83 . . .my children will never do magic. 00:18:12.16,00:18:13.29 Ever. 00:18:28.75,00:18:29.95 Mom? 00:18:33.00,00:18:34.87 It's time for us to go to school. 00:18:36.29,00:18:37.70 Mommy. 00:18:40.45,00:18:42.12 It's the same time[br]as yesterday. . . 00:18:42.41,00:18:45.45 . . .and the day before that,[br]and the day before that. 00:18:48.00,00:18:49.50 Out of bed, sleepyhead! 00:18:51.20,00:18:53.08 I'm worried about Antonia. 00:18:53.75,00:18:54.62 Do you know. . . 00:18:54.87,00:18:58.50 . . .she puts on her mouse ears,[br]she drives around town all liquored up. 00:18:58.95,00:19:00.08 Naked! 00:19:06.12,00:19:07.04 All right. . . 00:19:07.29,00:19:08.95 . . .I'll see you around. 00:19:10.00,00:19:11.37 Come here, you! 00:19:15.16,00:19:17.66 I'm sorry, baby.[br]I'm just so. . . 00:19:18.12,00:19:19.41 . . .tired. 00:19:20.75,00:19:22.29 It's okay, Mommy. 00:19:41.16,00:19:42.50 Gilly. 00:19:46.79,00:19:47.83 Sally. 00:19:59.25,00:20:01.29 I was just thinking about you. 00:20:02.00,00:20:04.20 You're always thinking about me. 00:20:19.41,00:20:22.33 Honey, I just have to go[br]to the bathroom. 00:20:27.12,00:20:28.50 Let's go together. 00:20:28.70,00:20:30.45 Jimmy, come on. 00:20:30.95,00:20:32.41 I'm just kidding. 00:20:33.04,00:20:34.16 Go. 00:21:07.62,00:21:10.54 You're in my blood like holy wine 00:21:11.25,00:21:14.12 You taste so bitter and so sweet 00:21:15.70,00:21:18.20 I could drink a case of you 00:21:23.70,00:21:25.95 Still I'd be on my feet 00:21:56.75,00:21:59.16 I was really, really happy. 00:22:08.58,00:22:10.91 We were going to open[br]a botanical shop. 00:22:11.16,00:22:13.50 He'd get the ingredients,[br]and I'd make the stuff. 00:22:13.70,00:22:17.12 He really loved my[br]mint-oatmeal shaving cream. 00:22:17.37,00:22:19.12 He couldn't stop eating it. 00:22:19.75,00:22:22.66 I'm sure all this is really[br]boring to you. . . 00:22:23.62,00:22:24.83 . . .but he made me laugh. 00:22:25.04,00:22:26.50 What kind of name is Angelov? 00:22:26.75,00:22:28.25 Bulgarian. 00:22:29.75,00:22:31.50 Bulgarian? 00:22:33.41,00:22:36.58 He's from somewhere[br]near Transylvania. 00:22:38.62,00:22:40.16 He has this whole. . . 00:22:40.45,00:22:43.62 . . .Dracula-cowboy thing about him. 00:22:44.95,00:22:47.66 He's just so intense.[br]I mean. . . 00:22:48.75,00:22:52.16 . . .he talks about our relationship[br]in terms of centuries. 00:22:52.45,00:22:54.79 Sometimes we just stay up all night. . . 00:22:55.04,00:22:56.95 . . .worshipping each other. . . 00:22:57.75,00:22:59.41 . . .Iike bats. 00:23:02.12,00:23:05.16 Thank God for Jet's belladonna. . . 00:23:05.87,00:23:07.62 . . .or I'd never get any sleep. 00:23:08.00,00:23:09.54 Why are you taking[br]that stuff? 00:23:09.83,00:23:13.41 I'm not using it. I just give[br]it to him every now and then. 00:23:14.08,00:23:17.91 So you're drugging your boyfriend[br]to get a little shuteye? 00:23:20.50,00:23:22.25 Doesn't that seem[br]strange to you? 00:23:22.62,00:23:23.58 Maybe. 00:23:24.50,00:23:25.95 And he's strong. 00:23:27.20,00:23:29.16 So much stronger than me. 00:23:29.58,00:23:31.83 He can survive the curse. 00:23:41.00,00:23:43.12 Do you forgive our mother? 00:23:45.12,00:23:46.58 Sometimes. 00:23:49.25,00:23:51.50 You'll never forgive yourself. . . 00:23:51.83,00:23:53.00 . . .unless you get up. . . 00:23:53.25,00:23:55.29 . . .and you get dressed. . . 00:23:55.83,00:23:58.91 . . .and brush your goddamn teeth,[br]because your breath stinks. . . 00:24:02.20,00:24:04.87 . . .and you take care of[br]those little girls. 00:24:05.16,00:24:06.87 Yeah, you're right. 00:24:20.00,00:24:21.62 I love you. 00:24:24.04,00:24:26.37 I love you too, Gilly-Bean. 00:25:08.75,00:25:10.66 Opening Soon 00:25:42.12,00:25:44.87 How's your wicked mommy doing? 00:25:45.12,00:25:47.37 Witch! Witch! You're a witch! 00:25:49.58,00:25:52.33 You'd think after 300 years,[br]they'd make up a better rhyme. 00:25:56.50,00:25:58.00 Your troublemaker[br]started this. 00:25:58.25,00:26:00.04 -I hate you![br]-Put the finger down, Kylie. 00:26:00.25,00:26:01.37 I hope you get. . . 00:26:03.50,00:26:04.41 . . .chickenpox! 00:26:08.50,00:26:09.54 She was just kidding. 00:26:10.00,00:26:11.66 No, she wasn't, Mom. 00:26:12.16,00:26:14.16 She was not kidding. 00:26:14.41,00:26:16.16 What's wrong with you?[br]We do not cast. 00:26:16.41,00:26:19.33 We do not toy with people's lives.[br]This is not a game. 00:26:19.58,00:26:22.70 No, you don't cast! You probably[br]couldn't even if you tried! 00:26:25.70,00:26:28.00 She has all this power[br]and doesn't use it! 00:26:28.45,00:26:30.79 I think you really hurt[br]Mom's feelings. 00:26:32.08,00:26:34.91 Kylie thinks any man who[br]marries us is going to croak. 00:26:35.20,00:26:37.04 That's such hogwash. 00:26:37.29,00:26:40.25 What about your grandparents,[br]Jack and Regina? 00:26:40.54,00:26:44.62 Grandma Regina died[br]of a broken heart, didn't she? 00:26:45.70,00:26:47.62 How could she do that? 00:26:48.16,00:26:50.95 Leave Mom and Aunt Gilly behind[br]when they were little? 00:26:51.20,00:26:52.50 Why won't she talk about it? 00:26:52.79,00:26:56.33 Was Mama good at spells as a girl?[br]Why won't she do spells now? 00:26:56.58,00:26:57.66 What's going on here? 00:26:58.12,00:26:58.87 Nothing. 00:26:59.12,00:27:01.16 Just making toast, is all. 00:27:05.37,00:27:06.50 Finish your homework? 00:27:07.79,00:27:10.33 A storm's coming.[br]Go check the windows for me. 00:27:18.08,00:27:19.04 Making toast? 00:27:22.20,00:27:24.83 I want you to watch[br]what you say to those girls. 00:27:25.08,00:27:28.00 I don't want you filling[br]their heads with your nonsense. 00:27:28.58,00:27:30.41 We'd never tell them nonsense. 00:27:33.12,00:27:34.75 Good night, sweetie. 00:27:38.12,00:27:39.66 Dearest Gilly: 00:27:42.20,00:27:44.70 Sometimes I feel[br]there's a hole inside of me... 00:27:46.75,00:27:48.79 ...an emptiness that[br]at times... 00:27:49.00,00:27:50.75 ...seems to burn. 00:27:51.83,00:27:56.20 I think if you lifted my heart[br]to your ear, you could hear the ocean. 00:27:57.66,00:28:00.33 And the moon tonight,[br]there's a circle around it. 00:28:00.58,00:28:02.95 A sign of trouble[br]not far behind. 00:28:03.50,00:28:05.83 I have this dream of being whole. 00:28:06.29,00:28:09.12 Of not going to sleep[br]each night wanting. 00:28:09.66,00:28:14.16 But still, sometimes when the wind[br]is warm or the crickets sing... 00:28:14.62,00:28:18.87 ...l dream of a love that even time[br]will lie down and be still for. 00:28:20.29,00:28:22.45 Ijust want someone[br]to love me. 00:28:22.91,00:28:24.66 I want to be seen. 00:28:29.41,00:28:32.79 I don 't know.[br]Maybe I've had my happiness. 00:28:34.87,00:28:36.79 I don 't want to believe it... 00:28:38.00,00:28:40.00 ...but there is no man, Gilly. 00:28:41.50,00:28:42.83 Only that moon. 00:28:51.95,00:28:53.16 Gillian! 00:28:56.62,00:28:57.50 -It's Gillian.[br]-I know. 00:28:57.79,00:28:58.66 What's wrong? 00:28:58.95,00:29:01.58 I'm scared.[br]Can you come and get me? 00:29:01.87,00:29:02.91 Where are you? 00:29:03.25,00:29:05.70 I'm taking the first flight out.[br]Watch the kids. 00:29:06.45,00:29:08.79 Just go to Gilly.[br]The children'll be fine. 00:29:09.08,00:29:11.16 We'll take them to[br]the solstice celebration. 00:29:11.41,00:29:13.29 Why can't you two[br]just stay here? 00:29:13.70,00:29:16.00 We can't back out.[br]We're on the committee. 00:29:16.29,00:29:17.16 We're presenting. 00:29:17.62,00:29:19.83 I don't want them dancing naked[br]under the moon. 00:29:20.04,00:29:21.45 No, of course not, dear. 00:29:21.66,00:29:24.95 Nudity is entirely optional,[br]as you well remember! 00:29:31.45,00:29:32.62 Hello! 00:29:57.45,00:29:59.00 Gilly, I'm here. 00:29:59.91,00:30:00.75 Thanks, Sal. 00:30:01.04,00:30:01.91 Hi. 00:30:03.91,00:30:06.12 The room service here sucks. 00:30:07.62,00:30:09.12 Let's get you out of here. 00:30:10.08,00:30:10.95 I'm fine. 00:30:17.66,00:30:19.37 He's been really crazy. 00:30:19.54,00:30:22.08 We've been driving[br]for two weeks straight. 00:30:22.37,00:30:25.66 Not even straight.[br]In these zigzags, back and forth. 00:30:26.08,00:30:27.83 Damn these shoes! 00:30:28.08,00:30:31.12 Then today he says[br]he wants a jelly doughnut. 00:30:31.37,00:30:34.33 And he says to the kid,[br]"Jelly doughnut, with cream. " 00:30:34.62,00:30:36.37 And the kid looked confused. 00:30:36.66,00:30:38.79 And I said,[br]"Jimmy, jelly's not a cream. " 00:30:39.04,00:30:42.00 Then the kid laughed and I laughed[br]and then he punched me. 00:30:42.25,00:30:44.70 He punched me real hard.[br]The bastard! 00:30:45.87,00:30:47.45 Blood on the moon. 00:30:48.16,00:30:50.33 -I know.[br]-Blood on the moon. 00:30:50.58,00:30:51.91 I know. Get in the car. 00:30:52.16,00:30:54.45 Where's my tiger's eye?[br]It brings me luck. 00:30:54.75,00:30:56.12 -Is it in here?[br]-I left it. 00:30:56.37,00:30:58.70 -I need my tiger's eye![br]-It's probably in the bag! 00:31:00.66,00:31:02.12 Gillian, come on! 00:31:14.12,00:31:15.41 Honey, just forget-- 00:31:16.75,00:31:17.75 You drive. 00:31:29.12,00:31:30.29 You want some? 00:31:31.91,00:31:32.70 Nope? 00:31:41.66,00:31:42.91 You ever read any books. . . 00:31:43.16,00:31:44.70 . . .by Louis L'Amour? 00:31:49.37,00:31:51.25 Louis L'Amour. . . 00:31:51.45,00:31:53.04 . . .was a foreigner. . . 00:31:53.54,00:31:55.87 . . .and he loved all things cowboy. 00:31:56.83,00:31:58.37 Just like me, Jimmy-Boy. 00:32:01.33,00:32:04.25 Louis would write[br]stories about rustlers. 00:32:04.50,00:32:05.62 Rustlers. . . 00:32:06.04,00:32:08.00 . . .who were really bad guys. 00:32:08.25,00:32:10.70 The belladonna is in my bag. 00:32:12.20,00:32:14.79 They would try to steal the cattle. 00:32:15.91,00:32:17.91 But before they could sell them. . . 00:32:18.62,00:32:22.66 . . .they would try to take away[br]the brand of the owner with an acid. . . 00:32:23.04,00:32:24.37 . . .or by. . . 00:32:24.95,00:32:26.12 . . .scrubbing. 00:32:26.66,00:32:29.45 Unfortunately, they could[br]never get rid of it. 00:32:29.66,00:32:31.91 So they would be caught[br]and get hanged. 00:32:32.16,00:32:33.25 What are you doing? 00:32:33.62,00:32:34.62 Come on. 00:32:34.91,00:32:36.95 You can't hide the brand. 00:32:37.20,00:32:38.33 It's just you and me. 00:32:40.33,00:32:41.25 Watch the road! 00:32:41.45,00:32:42.16 Shut up! 00:32:42.37,00:32:46.29 Rustlers and branding![br]Louis L'Amour! Who is not a foreigner! 00:32:46.50,00:32:49.00 He's from North Dakota,[br]you asshole! 00:32:49.25,00:32:51.91 -Watch the road![br]-You're freaking me out, Dracula freak! 00:32:52.12,00:32:54.66 Give me the bottle[br]before I plow you into a truck. . . 00:32:54.91,00:32:57.08 . . .just to get you to shut up! 00:32:57.33,00:32:58.66 Calm down! 00:33:03.58,00:33:04.41 You know, girls. . . 00:33:07.75,00:33:10.83 . . .I am feeling very into[br]sisters right now. 00:33:17.04,00:33:19.45 You were always on my mind 00:33:21.79,00:33:24.16 You were always on my mind 00:33:27.37,00:33:29.50 He should've passed out by now. 00:33:29.87,00:33:32.62 -You didn't give him enough.[br]-I gave him plenty. 00:33:47.91,00:33:49.25 What's he going to do? 00:33:49.50,00:33:50.79 Just stay calm. 00:33:55.08,00:33:57.00 If I made you feel 00:33:57.66,00:33:59.00 Second best 00:33:59.54,00:34:00.45 I'm so sorry 00:34:00.79,00:34:02.37 I was blind 00:34:03.41,00:34:05.54 You were always on my mind 00:34:07.41,00:34:09.08 Jimmy, please, baby. 00:34:09.33,00:34:10.41 Come on. 00:34:10.95,00:34:13.83 -Come on, baby, I love you.[br]-I'm so sorry, my love. 00:34:14.08,00:34:15.66 I want to be with you forever. 00:34:15.91,00:34:17.37 Jimmy, please. 00:34:35.50,00:34:36.83 He's out.[br]He's passed out. 00:34:37.04,00:34:38.04 Oh, God! 00:34:39.75,00:34:40.91 Oh, my God! 00:34:42.20,00:34:43.58 How much did you give him? 00:34:43.91,00:34:47.12 I wasn't using a measuring cup![br]He tried to kill you! 00:34:47.91,00:34:49.00 Come on! 00:34:55.33,00:34:58.91 Please, God, if you get us out of this,[br]I'll be good. I'll have babies. 00:34:59.12,00:35:01.25 I have babies, Gillian. 00:35:01.50,00:35:02.87 I had normal. 00:35:03.12,00:35:05.25 I worked really hard[br]to get that normal. 00:35:05.50,00:35:08.87 It's all my fault, Sally.[br]I didn't mean to ruin your life. 00:35:09.16,00:35:10.83 I just had no one else[br]to turn to. 00:35:11.25,00:35:12.50 Get in the car. 00:35:13.70,00:35:15.62 Get in the car. 00:35:21.87,00:35:24.16 We have to go to the police.[br]It was self-defense. 00:35:25.41,00:35:28.33 The old slowly-poison-him-to-death[br]self-defense? 00:35:28.66,00:35:31.66 Come on, Sally,[br]they're never going to believe us. 00:35:32.95,00:35:34.75 You should stop smoking so much. 00:35:35.58,00:35:36.45 Why? 00:35:36.91,00:35:38.50 I'll probably get life. 00:35:38.70,00:35:41.12 I should smoke two at once.[br]It'll shorten the sentence. 00:35:42.41,00:35:44.91 I really don't want[br]to lose my children. 00:35:48.00,00:35:48.95 I know. 00:35:50.04,00:35:52.00 I don't want you to either. 00:36:06.66,00:36:07.87 What are you thinking? 00:36:09.41,00:36:12.62 When Michael died, you asked[br]the aunts to bring him back. 00:36:13.41,00:36:14.41 But they wouldn't. 00:36:14.70,00:36:16.79 Wouldn't, but not couldn't. 00:36:17.04,00:36:20.62 They were right. He'd come back[br]as something dark and unnatural. 00:36:20.87,00:36:24.08 Jimmy already is dark and unnatural.[br]I don't care what he comes back as. 00:36:24.37,00:36:27.16 No, that is not an option.[br]That is not a choice. 00:36:27.45,00:36:30.54 We don't have a choice![br]This is our choice! 00:36:37.70,00:36:38.75 You. . . 00:36:39.00,00:36:40.04 . . .owe me. . . 00:36:40.50,00:36:41.79 . . .bigtime. 00:36:48.04,00:36:50.29 He's going to be so pissed. 00:36:55.70,00:36:57.20 Okay, here we go. 00:37:05.91,00:37:07.54 -Watch his balls.[br]-You watch them! 00:37:10.66,00:37:12.00 Spell book. 00:37:23.00,00:37:25.50 Okay, Jimmy,[br]I will get you out of this. . . 00:37:26.25,00:37:29.54 . . .but when I do,[br]we are definitely breaking up. 00:37:29.79,00:37:31.54 It is over. 00:37:33.20,00:37:35.08 What are you doing? 00:37:35.95,00:37:37.00 Nothing. 00:37:40.75,00:37:42.08 Are you sure. . . 00:37:42.33,00:37:43.91 . . .you want to do this? 00:37:47.04,00:37:48.54 Absolutely. 00:37:58.12,00:38:02.45 "Lips pursed, emit wind over tongue[br]in motion, teeth on edge. " 00:38:08.00,00:38:09.16 Good enough, good enough. 00:38:09.41,00:38:12.91 "Touch bounded smudge of blue sage[br]with braided wheat straw. 00:38:13.66,00:38:16.58 Insert needles[br]through eyes of corpse. " 00:38:17.08,00:38:18.95 -Through the eye?[br]-In the eye. 00:38:25.25,00:38:26.00 No way! 00:38:26.25,00:38:28.54 I think we should wait[br]for the aunts. 00:38:28.75,00:38:30.75 It's not like[br]he's going to stay fresh. 00:38:31.00,00:38:32.54 It's now or never. 00:38:33.08,00:38:36.87 I need for you to get me something[br]white to write on top of the star. 00:38:37.12,00:38:38.25 Chop-chop! 00:38:39.87,00:38:41.58 This is all I could find. 00:38:41.95,00:38:44.50 This is actually brilliant.[br]This is good. 00:38:45.33,00:38:46.58 Now we're supposed to say: 00:38:47.45,00:38:48.54 "Black as night. . . 00:38:48.83,00:38:50.62 . . .erase death from our sight. 00:38:51.25,00:38:52.41 White as light. 00:38:53.29,00:38:54.91 Mighty Hectate make it right. " 00:38:55.50,00:38:57.00 Black as night. 00:38:57.20,00:38:58.25 White as light. 00:38:59.00,00:39:01.50 White as light.[br]Mighty Hectate make it right. 00:39:02.16,00:39:03.20 White as light. 00:39:04.16,00:39:05.91 Black as night. 00:39:06.33,00:39:08.16 Erase death from our sight. 00:39:09.00,00:39:13.25 White as light.[br]Mighty Hectate make it right. 00:39:46.45,00:39:48.04 I want you to be my wife! 00:39:48.70,00:39:49.91 Can you promise me that? 00:39:50.70,00:39:52.16 I want you to be my wife! 00:39:53.83,00:39:55.50 I want you to be my wife! 00:40:28.95,00:40:32.00 You have the worst taste in men. 00:40:38.66,00:40:41.66 I know this sounds[br]really stupid right now. . . 00:40:41.91,00:40:43.04 . . .but I just. . . . 00:40:43.66,00:40:45.70 I just really wanted to say. . . 00:40:47.16,00:40:48.54 . . .thank you. 00:40:53.70,00:40:55.25 Thanks for being my sister. 00:40:55.70,00:40:57.00 It's all right. 00:40:57.25,00:40:59.87 Let's just put this[br]all behind us now. 00:41:02.83,00:41:04.62 What will we tell the aunts? 00:41:07.16,00:41:08.20 Nothing. 00:41:45.08,00:41:46.41 They're here. 00:41:47.41,00:41:49.16 What if they don't like me? 00:41:49.66,00:41:52.54 You won't believe it![br]We danced naked under the full moon! 00:41:52.79,00:41:53.75 It was so fun! 00:41:54.04,00:41:55.50 -We did![br]-So cool! 00:41:57.91,00:41:58.66 Oh, my God! 00:41:58.91,00:42:00.58 Aunt Gilly's home! 00:42:05.25,00:42:08.95 You guys are so big![br]I can't believe this! 00:42:14.20,00:42:15.87 Hi, Aunt Frances. 00:42:16.58,00:42:18.62 My darling little girl. 00:42:20.83,00:42:21.62 Oh, dear! 00:42:24.66,00:42:27.25 A little mugwort[br]will fix that right up. 00:42:29.00,00:42:29.95 Kylie. . . 00:42:30.20,00:42:32.91 . . .why don't you and I[br]just go to the greenhouse? 00:42:33.62,00:42:36.20 I'm so happy to see you, sweetie. 00:42:39.08,00:42:40.66 Don't you worry, dear. 00:42:40.91,00:42:43.37 Whoever he was,[br]he'll get what he deserves. 00:42:46.16,00:42:49.45 I think a brownie for breakfast[br]would fix you right up. 00:42:49.70,00:42:50.75 A brownie? 00:42:51.00,00:42:52.16 You're still doing that? 00:42:52.37,00:42:54.16 You've been away too long. 00:42:54.41,00:42:55.62 Some things never change. 00:42:56.00,00:42:58.37 Too long you have been away. 00:42:58.58,00:42:59.41 Where are they? 00:43:09.00,00:43:10.87 I love this stuff. 00:43:12.54,00:43:14.91 It's great![br]You've done a great job. 00:43:15.91,00:43:19.75 If you're going to work here,[br]maybe you could, I don't know. . . 00:43:20.83,00:43:21.50 . . .work. 00:43:21.70,00:43:23.33 I am. I'm testing[br]the merchandise. 00:43:25.41,00:43:29.62 You know where you can reach me.[br]I'll be back, if anyone cares. 00:43:35.95,00:43:37.41 Did I do something wrong? 00:43:37.83,00:43:38.87 Phone tree day. 00:43:39.20,00:43:40.95 Phone tree day. 00:43:41.20,00:43:43.50 Parents' hotline.[br]If there's an emergency. . . 00:43:43.79,00:43:46.62 . . .Iike a snow day, they decide[br]who's the most responsible-- 00:43:46.87,00:43:48.54 You mean the most popular. 00:43:48.70,00:43:50.20 --responsible mother[br]to sound the alarm. 00:43:50.45,00:43:53.20 Each mom calls the next.[br]It's a big deal to get chosen. 00:43:53.45,00:43:56.16 Sally never gets picked.[br]Everybody knows she's a-- 00:43:57.79,00:43:58.79 Different. 00:44:02.41,00:44:03.95 Quiet! Quiet, quiet! 00:44:04.58,00:44:07.08 Third name from the top[br]of the phone tree is. . . 00:44:09.37,00:44:10.54 . . .Dori Kancher. 00:44:17.95,00:44:19.79 -Sorry to interrupt.[br]-Can I help you? 00:44:22.54,00:44:23.70 My sister. 00:44:23.95,00:44:25.54 Just wanted to see my sister. 00:44:29.70,00:44:31.87 Is that a snake tattoo? 00:44:32.37,00:44:35.20 Yeah. There's one[br]on her boob too. 00:44:35.70,00:44:36.66 That's right. 00:44:36.95,00:44:38.33 I'm back. 00:44:38.87,00:44:41.70 Hang onto your husbands, girls. 00:44:44.12,00:44:46.95 All that's missing now is[br]me naked without my homework. 00:44:47.16,00:44:50.37 Second from the top of the phone tree[br]will be Abigail Little. 00:44:50.58,00:44:52.00 Is this for real? 00:44:53.12,00:44:54.66 She screwed Coach Halfacre. 00:44:58.25,00:45:00.45 -Don't do that.[br]-It wasn't me. 00:45:00.66,00:45:02.95 -I certainly didn't do it.[br]-It was you. 00:45:04.75,00:45:07.87 Finally, I'm so pleased[br]to report this. 00:45:08.04,00:45:10.75 The top of the phone tree list is. . . . 00:45:12.70,00:45:13.83 One moment. 00:45:19.00,00:45:20.00 It's Sally Owens. 00:45:25.08,00:45:26.66 Go, Sal! 00:45:27.08,00:45:28.70 Now that was me. 00:45:41.66,00:45:42.91 Eye of newt... 00:45:43.16,00:45:44.79 ... toe of frog... 00:45:45.08,00:45:46.95 . . .wool of bat, tongue of dog. . . . 00:45:47.25,00:45:49.45 Adder's fork and blindworm's sting. 00:45:49.66,00:45:51.87 Barbados lime is just the thing. 00:45:53.00,00:45:55.33 Cragged salt like a sailor's stubble! 00:45:56.58,00:45:57.66 Flip the switch. . . 00:45:57.83,00:46:00.00 . . .and let the cauldron bubble. 00:46:02.45,00:46:04.20 How convivial! 00:46:08.33,00:46:09.62 Wakey-wakey! 00:46:16.70,00:46:18.62 Midnight margaritas! 00:46:19.37,00:46:20.58 Come on! 00:47:31.04,00:47:32.83 No, this is serious. 00:47:33.08,00:47:34.12 All right. 00:47:34.75,00:47:36.29 I see a man. . . . 00:47:36.54,00:47:39.29 I see a man in[br]your future and he is. . . . 00:47:39.58,00:47:41.25 He is gorgeous. 00:47:45.70,00:47:46.58 He is big. 00:47:49.75,00:47:51.20 But you're scared to death. . . 00:47:51.41,00:47:54.37 . . .and you wind up[br]like a frigid old hag. . . 00:47:54.62,00:47:57.62 . . .with your two frigid[br]old hag aunts. 00:48:02.50,00:48:04.50 I don't know where that came from.[br]That was weird. 00:48:04.75,00:48:06.62 She's never been interested[br]in her gifts. 00:48:07.62,00:48:09.50 -She just made that all up.[br]-Don't lie. 00:48:09.75,00:48:11.12 Gillian has her own magic. 00:48:11.41,00:48:13.45 And we all know what it is. 00:48:16.16,00:48:16.91 Oh, please! 00:48:17.16,00:48:19.58 Since when is being a slut[br]a crime in this family? 00:48:23.62,00:48:25.37 What would you know about it? 00:48:25.66,00:48:28.00 When we put that spell on you[br]for Michael. . . 00:48:28.20,00:48:30.20 . . .we had to bind it with molasses. . . 00:48:30.45,00:48:32.25 . . .just to get your legs to open up. 00:48:34.33,00:48:35.45 That's so wrong. 00:48:38.58,00:48:40.95 You self-centered shrew! 00:48:41.16,00:48:41.95 Ingrate! 00:48:42.20,00:48:43.00 Goody two-shoes! 00:48:43.20,00:48:44.20 Witch! 00:49:02.66,00:49:05.16 Quite as often as I should have 00:49:07.20,00:49:10.12 Could have said and done 00:49:10.58,00:49:12.95 Ijust never found the time 00:49:15.95,00:49:17.75 You were always... 00:49:18.00,00:49:19.70 ...on my mind 00:49:24.50,00:49:26.41 Where did this bottle come from? 00:49:28.16,00:49:29.58 Where did this bottle come from? 00:49:29.83,00:49:32.33 Someone left it on the porch 00:49:45.12,00:49:47.00 What's going on here? 00:49:47.58,00:49:49.08 What's going on with you? 00:49:49.33,00:49:51.04 What's going on in this house? 00:49:51.83,00:49:53.66 Something's going on.[br]I can smell it. 00:49:53.87,00:49:57.16 It's a very distinct smell.[br]It's the smell of bullshit. 00:49:57.79,00:49:59.75 I don't know what[br]you're talking about. 00:50:02.29,00:50:03.58 Broom fell. 00:50:03.83,00:50:04.83 Company's coming. 00:50:09.33,00:50:10.83 We had a problem.[br]We handled it. 00:50:11.08,00:50:12.70 We deserve an explanation. 00:50:18.54,00:50:19.62 Right. 00:50:20.16,00:50:21.50 Come on, Jet, let's go. 00:50:26.91,00:50:28.04 No. 00:50:30.08,00:50:32.54 It's just not possible.[br]Don't even think it. 00:50:32.83,00:50:34.95 Then tell me how that got here. 00:50:35.20,00:50:36.66 How did this bottle get here? 00:50:36.91,00:50:38.91 It's not possible. 00:50:52.12,00:50:53.83 Leaving like this[br]is a harsh lesson. 00:50:54.04,00:50:55.79 A lesson they must learn[br]on their own. 00:50:56.04,00:50:57.54 What about the little ones? 00:50:57.79,00:50:59.12 Not to worry, Jetty. 00:50:59.37,00:51:02.79 A good piece of Maria's hanging rope[br]will protect them. 00:51:03.12,00:51:05.58 You must promise us[br]you won 't take them off. 00:51:05.83,00:51:09.29 -Not until we come home.[br]-We'll only be gone a short while. 00:51:09.70,00:51:11.20 Do you hear us? 00:51:11.62,00:51:12.83 Promise? 00:51:15.54,00:51:17.20 -Love you.[br]-Love you too. 00:51:26.08,00:51:28.70 Make her stop.[br]I'll pay whatever it takes. 00:51:28.95,00:51:30.66 Honey, can I see that a second? 00:51:30.95,00:51:32.12 Thanks. 00:51:33.33,00:51:35.00 What's that thing[br]around your neck? 00:51:35.25,00:51:38.12 -The aunts gave it to us.[br]-They said it'd protect us. 00:51:38.91,00:51:43.37 Kylie, please get that mint from[br]the garden before your bus comes. 00:51:43.87,00:51:45.87 Where is the aspirin? 00:51:49.12,00:51:51.50 -Please do as I say.[br]-Not while he's out there. 00:51:54.58,00:51:56.41 Not while who's out where? 00:51:56.62,00:51:57.83 The man under the roses. 00:51:58.37,00:51:59.41 What? 00:52:03.83,00:52:06.16 I don't see him.[br]Are you looking at him now? 00:52:06.45,00:52:07.62 He's right there. 00:52:07.87,00:52:08.79 Where? 00:52:10.45,00:52:11.50 By the roses. 00:52:12.70,00:52:14.33 They grew overnight. 00:52:15.37,00:52:16.54 Oh, shit! 00:52:18.62,00:52:20.58 Okay, sweetie, we'll get rid of it. 00:52:20.79,00:52:22.62 You better call the aunts now. 00:52:22.83,00:52:23.70 They left. 00:52:23.91,00:52:25.83 What do you mean?[br]When did they leave? 00:52:26.04,00:52:27.83 They said to give you a message: 00:52:28.54,00:52:29.95 "Clean up your own mess. " 00:52:36.16,00:52:37.37 Oh, God! 00:52:40.37,00:52:43.37 You stop this, Jimmy![br]You stop it! 00:52:43.58,00:52:44.91 He's making them grow. 00:52:45.20,00:52:47.91 He's trying to get to us[br]by making them grow! 00:52:48.20,00:52:49.58 You leave us alone! 00:52:49.79,00:52:52.12 Stop it, Gillian![br]Stop it! 00:52:52.45,00:52:53.75 Stop it! 00:52:55.95,00:52:56.91 What? 00:52:57.20,00:52:58.29 His boots! 00:53:01.33,00:53:02.62 Oh, my God! 00:53:05.00,00:53:05.95 Is he rising? 00:53:10.91,00:53:13.62 Or is the ground sinking? 00:53:17.91,00:53:20.70 What is he doing to us?[br]He's trying to get-- 00:53:20.95,00:53:23.41 Go inside.[br]Take care of the kids. 00:53:47.29,00:53:48.91 It's early for roses, isn't it? 00:53:49.58,00:53:51.41 Can I help you with something? 00:53:51.66,00:53:54.16 I sure hope so.[br]Name's Gary Hallet. 00:53:54.41,00:53:57.12 Special investigator,[br]prosecutor's office in Tucson. 00:54:04.00,00:54:07.16 You sure are a long way[br]from home, Officer. 00:54:07.70,00:54:08.66 Yes, ma'am. 00:54:09.58,00:54:12.95 I was kind of hoping to talk[br]to your sister, Gillian. 00:54:13.20,00:54:14.25 If she's around. 00:54:14.70,00:54:17.83 She might have some information[br]on a case I'm working on. 00:54:18.04,00:54:19.37 All right, I'll get her. 00:54:25.75,00:54:27.95 How did you know[br]that I was her sister? 00:54:30.70,00:54:32.87 Lucky guess, I guess. 00:54:35.79,00:54:37.83 Why don't you come inside? 00:54:42.20,00:54:44.37 A cop looking for Jimmy[br]wants to talk to you. 00:54:44.58,00:54:46.58 And I think I'm having[br]a heart attack. 00:54:47.08,00:54:48.12 Just calm down. 00:54:48.33,00:54:49.87 Calm down. 00:54:51.45,00:54:54.95 What is the question? The question is:[br]"How much can he know?" 00:54:55.25,00:54:59.25 He seems to know a lot because[br]he's come all the way from Arizona. 00:54:59.75,00:55:02.33 And I know this sounds[br]really strange. . . 00:55:02.54,00:55:04.54 . . .but I don't think[br]I can lie to him. 00:55:04.79,00:55:06.45 Of course you can lie to him. 00:55:06.75,00:55:07.66 Breathe, breathe. 00:55:07.91,00:55:09.87 Here's the story, right?[br]Here's the story. 00:55:11.20,00:55:12.20 I left him. . . 00:55:12.62,00:55:14.29 . . .because he hit me. 00:55:14.75,00:55:17.12 And we haven't seen him since.[br]It's as simple as that. 00:55:17.58,00:55:19.12 You just let me handle the rest. 00:55:19.37,00:55:21.00 -Okay, good.[br]-All right? 00:55:21.70,00:55:24.33 Left him because he hit you[br]and haven't seen him-- What? 00:55:24.58,00:55:26.12 Is he cute? 00:55:26.58,00:55:28.12 Yeah. He's nice. 00:55:29.08,00:55:30.12 In a very. . . 00:55:30.33,00:55:32.37 . . .penal code sort of way. 00:55:32.58,00:55:34.58 I left him because she hit him. . . . 00:55:47.45,00:55:48.66 Just herbs. 00:55:49.70,00:55:50.87 From the garden. 00:55:55.16,00:55:58.00 So what brings you to the island? 00:56:00.62,00:56:01.41 This. 00:56:07.16,00:56:08.75 You read my letter? 00:56:08.95,00:56:10.20 Yes, ma'am, I did. 00:56:10.50,00:56:12.66 It was a very personal letter. 00:56:13.16,00:56:14.83 Yes, ma'am, it was. 00:56:17.66,00:56:18.54 What? 00:56:18.83,00:56:19.91 I'm sorry. 00:56:21.00,00:56:22.70 -You seem familiar.[br]-Hello, there. 00:56:25.04,00:56:26.41 Morning, Miss-- 00:56:27.25,00:56:28.37 Good morning, Miss Owens. 00:56:28.79,00:56:29.83 Good morning. . . 00:56:30.00,00:56:31.04 . . .Mr. . .? 00:56:31.29,00:56:32.20 Mr. Hallet. 00:56:33.25,00:56:35.29 I'm not going to[br]beat around the bush. 00:56:35.54,00:56:38.83 I need to find your boyfriend,[br]James Angelov. 00:56:39.62,00:56:41.41 I don't know where he is. 00:56:41.66,00:56:45.08 I wouldn't exactly call him[br]my boyfriend. 00:56:45.79,00:56:48.20 He's more like a big mistake. 00:56:49.95,00:56:52.00 Is that his handiwork there? 00:56:52.41,00:56:55.08 If a man hits me,[br]he only does it once. 00:56:57.33,00:56:59.87 Can I take a peek at your. . .? 00:57:03.00,00:57:04.58 Now, I can tell. . . 00:57:05.16,00:57:08.12 . . .that you've never touched a woman[br]in anger all your life. 00:57:08.37,00:57:10.16 May I have my hand back, please? 00:57:10.41,00:57:13.04 You're telling me[br]you have no idea where he is? 00:57:13.29,00:57:14.08 I told you. 00:57:14.45,00:57:17.50 He hit me[br]and I haven't seen him since. 00:57:17.79,00:57:18.54 When was that? 00:57:18.95,00:57:20.00 Three days ago. 00:57:20.25,00:57:22.41 Right, Sal? Three days. 00:57:22.70,00:57:23.91 Excuse me. 00:57:25.87,00:57:27.70 Whose car is that[br]in the driveway? 00:57:27.95,00:57:29.95 The one with[br]the Arizona plates? 00:57:30.20,00:57:31.33 That's my car. 00:57:31.58,00:57:32.54 That's your car. 00:57:33.66,00:57:35.45 Plate number 2-2-9 M-O-B? 00:57:36.66,00:57:39.08 That's James L. Angelov's car. 00:57:39.45,00:57:40.50 Come on now. 00:57:43.29,00:57:45.58 We stole it, and it's a crime. 00:57:45.83,00:57:49.33 I know this,[br]but he basically kidnapped her. 00:57:50.75,00:57:51.91 He kidnapped you? 00:57:53.45,00:57:56.45 He didn't really kidnap her.[br]He sort of, like. . . 00:57:56.70,00:57:57.75 . . .a little nap. 00:57:58.04,00:58:00.25 No, there was a car and she-- 00:58:03.87,00:58:05.62 What happened was, that she-- 00:58:06.25,00:58:08.83 You should know,[br]she has the worst taste in men. 00:58:09.87,00:58:10.91 Well, you do. 00:58:11.12,00:58:14.16 So I picked her up and I drove her[br]right back here. 00:58:14.41,00:58:16.12 And we would be. . . 00:58:16.62,00:58:20.33 . . .so happy to give him back his car,[br]because it is a crime-- 00:58:20.58,00:58:22.00 As you say. . . 00:58:23.00,00:58:25.54 . . .you just don't know where he is. . . 00:58:26.08,00:58:27.58 . . .to give him back that car. 00:58:27.83,00:58:30.12 So basically,[br]nobody knows where he is. 00:58:30.33,00:58:31.29 I'm sorry, what? 00:58:32.12,00:58:34.16 You don't have any idea[br]where he is? 00:58:37.16,00:58:39.70 Would you mind if I just[br]took a look around? 00:58:40.91,00:58:41.95 Good. 00:58:44.12,00:58:46.66 What is wrong with you? 00:58:47.29,00:58:48.83 I don't know! 00:58:49.20,00:58:52.00 This young lady's name[br]was Phoebe Stone. 00:58:52.87,00:58:54.87 Two years ago,[br]she was found strangled. . . 00:58:55.66,00:58:57.37 . . .Iying on the side of the highway. 00:58:57.62,00:58:59.58 Her body had been marked. . . 00:58:59.83,00:59:01.00 . . .with a kind of brand. . . 00:59:01.70,00:59:04.12 . . .burned right into the face. 00:59:05.16,00:59:07.16 Any help you ladies can give me. . . 00:59:07.37,00:59:09.79 . . .in locating this[br]ex-friend of yours. . . 00:59:10.04,00:59:11.91 . . .would sure be appreciated. 00:59:28.75,00:59:30.29 She's all yours. 00:59:35.16,00:59:36.54 Go arrest her! 00:59:36.79,00:59:40.41 Their niece owns a shop where[br]they cook up a special placenta. 00:59:40.62,00:59:44.79 And that's why the aunts don't age.[br]I tell you, they just don't age. 00:59:45.04,00:59:48.37 -She's selling placentas?[br]-A placenta bar. 00:59:48.58,00:59:51.08 On Halloween, they all[br]jump off the roof and fly! 00:59:51.37,00:59:53.79 When they get mad at you,[br]they hex you. 00:59:54.04,00:59:57.95 I wouldn't be surprised if he[br]turned up in a ditch somewhere. 00:59:58.54,00:59:59.70 Sara, that is not true. 01:00:00.29,01:00:03.50 -She's not saying they murdered him.[br]-Yes, I am. 01:00:04.04,01:00:06.70 Just that maybe they shook[br]his hand and then he died. 01:00:06.91,01:00:08.37 It's very mysterious. 01:00:08.62,01:00:11.37 If any man dared take on[br]an Owens woman. . . 01:00:11.66,01:00:14.95 . . .he'd live briefly in[br]the euphoria of her love. . . 01:00:15.12,01:00:17.04 . . .until meeting an untimely death. 01:00:18.66,01:00:19.83 The curse. 01:00:20.62,01:00:21.58 Witch? Yeah. 01:00:21.87,01:00:22.87 Evil? No. 01:00:23.12,01:00:26.04 You get your psychos now and then,[br]animal slaughter. . . 01:00:26.45,01:00:29.45 . . .ritual human disembowelment,[br]but that's really pretty rare. 01:00:29.66,01:00:31.37 See, it's a pagan label. 01:00:31.62,01:00:32.70 It's Sally. 01:00:35.58,01:00:37.41 She's definitely not[br]into that stuff. 01:00:38.41,01:00:39.70 She's not? 01:00:40.20,01:00:41.00 Miss Owens. . . 01:00:41.33,01:00:43.16 . . .I have a bone to pick with you. 01:00:43.37,01:00:45.04 What can I do for you, Dwight? 01:00:45.29,01:00:47.20 I could've gone[br]to a qualified doctor. . . 01:00:47.41,01:00:50.08 . . .to attend to this[br]scalp condition of mine. 01:00:50.41,01:00:52.83 Now, the more I use,[br]the less it works. 01:00:53.16,01:00:54.50 The product doesn't work. 01:00:54.70,01:00:57.33 That's because it doesn't[br]go on your head. 01:00:57.66,01:00:58.95 If I don't put it on my head. . . 01:00:59.16,01:01:01.29 . . .where the hell else would it go? 01:01:02.33,01:01:04.41 Try to remember. 01:01:11.16,01:01:12.41 My mistake. 01:01:17.25,01:01:18.58 There you go. 01:01:19.08,01:01:20.62 Strange town. 01:01:20.87,01:01:23.87 Never spent this much[br]on shampoo before. . . 01:01:24.37,01:01:25.95 . . .in my life. 01:01:31.37,01:01:33.91 Am I under some kind of surveillance? 01:01:34.79,01:01:35.70 Should you be? 01:01:36.00,01:01:37.62 If you want to know[br]something, ask me. 01:01:38.79,01:01:39.95 I already did. 01:01:40.25,01:01:43.54 And there appears to be something[br]missing from your story. 01:01:46.95,01:01:50.58 I want to talk to you more,[br]but I got to finish some homework. 01:01:50.83,01:01:53.70 How's about I come by your house[br]tomorrow morning? 01:01:54.16,01:01:55.20 Fine. 01:01:55.91,01:01:57.00 1 0 a.m.? 01:01:57.62,01:01:58.58 Fine. 01:01:59.91,01:02:01.20 That's a date. 01:02:41.75,01:02:43.33 Jimmy, is that you? 01:02:50.29,01:02:51.54 Go away. 01:02:53.54,01:02:54.91 Go away. 01:03:04.08,01:03:06.87 To banish unwanted persons,[br]it says you need blessing seeds. 01:03:07.16,01:03:08.45 All right. Good. 01:03:10.20,01:03:12.70 -What about nigellus seeds?[br]-It's the same thing. 01:03:13.29,01:03:14.66 Wow, is it? 01:03:14.91,01:03:16.62 Good. You're good at this. 01:03:17.25,01:03:19.62 Why can't we tell Mommy[br]we're sending the policeman away? 01:03:19.91,01:03:22.91 Your mommy likes to pretend[br]she doesn't do magic. 01:03:23.16,01:03:26.41 And we must banish this man[br]for your mommy's own good. 01:03:27.20,01:03:29.70 Blessing seeds. Right.[br]What else do we need? 01:03:30.00,01:03:32.83 I told you to listen out the door[br]for Mr. Hallet. 01:03:33.75,01:03:34.70 Blessing seeds. . . . 01:03:37.33,01:03:39.79 Oh, yeah, milk thistle.[br]I can't find anything here. 01:03:40.08,01:03:41.50 Was this Mommy's? 01:03:43.83,01:03:45.75 Yeah. Where did you get that? 01:03:46.41,01:03:48.50 "He can flip pancakes in the air. 01:03:48.75,01:03:51.54 He'll have one green eye, one blue. 01:03:51.79,01:03:53.91 Hear my call a mile away. " 01:03:54.41,01:03:56.00 Was it about Daddy? 01:03:59.20,01:04:00.70 Yeah. 01:04:01.58,01:04:03.20 But Daddy had brown eyes. 01:04:07.33,01:04:08.75 You know. . . 01:04:09.41,01:04:11.91 . . .the truth is, this wasn't[br]about your daddy. 01:04:12.16,01:04:15.16 This was when your mommy[br]was little. . . 01:04:15.70,01:04:18.54 . . .and she was trying to invent[br]a guy who didn't exist. . . 01:04:18.83,01:04:20.58 . . .to protect herself. 01:04:20.87,01:04:22.12 It's crazy. 01:04:22.41,01:04:23.66 But. . . . 01:04:25.41,01:04:26.83 She loved your daddy. 01:04:27.12,01:04:29.87 She loved him very, very much. 01:04:30.16,01:04:32.50 I can't wait to fall in love. 01:04:39.37,01:04:41.08 Kylie, listen to me. 01:04:44.08,01:04:47.66 Do you ever put your arms out[br]and spin really fast? 01:04:47.91,01:04:50.08 -She does it all the time.[br]-She does? 01:04:50.91,01:04:52.37 That's what love is like. 01:04:53.66,01:04:55.08 It makes your heart race. 01:04:55.33,01:04:57.75 It turns the world upside-down. 01:04:58.70,01:05:01.00 But if you're not careful. . . 01:05:01.25,01:05:04.58 . . .if you don't keep your eyes[br]on something still. . . 01:05:06.20,01:05:08.04 . . .you can lose your balance. 01:05:08.25,01:05:11.54 You can't see what's happening[br]to the people around you. 01:05:16.04,01:05:18.54 You can't see that you're[br]about to fall. 01:05:19.54,01:05:21.58 Don't be sad, Aunt Gillian. 01:05:23.58,01:05:25.50 I won't let you fall down. 01:05:25.95,01:05:27.08 He's here! He's here! 01:05:27.79,01:05:30.25 Make sure you tell him[br]about breakfast. Go! 01:05:33.12,01:05:35.87 You came for breakfast.[br]We're having pancakes. 01:05:36.50,01:05:38.37 I just came to talk to your mom. 01:05:38.62,01:05:40.37 Great![br]She's having pancakes too. 01:05:42.83,01:05:44.33 Do you have a gun? 01:05:44.62,01:05:45.79 Can I see it? 01:05:49.54,01:05:51.20 He's here for breakfast. 01:05:52.87,01:05:54.58 I have a question or two. 01:05:54.91,01:05:58.08 -He's going to stay![br]-Oh, good! Good work. 01:05:58.45,01:06:02.20 Now go back out there[br]and keep them away from here. 01:06:05.12,01:06:06.04 Belladonna. 01:06:06.29,01:06:10.20 A sedative. People put it in[br]their tea to relax, calm their nerves. 01:06:10.75,01:06:13.41 Some people also use it as a poison. 01:06:14.25,01:06:15.20 Which people? 01:06:16.87,01:06:18.25 Witch people. 01:06:18.50,01:06:19.87 Witches. 01:06:20.87,01:06:22.91 I guess you found me out, huh? 01:06:24.25,01:06:25.00 I did. 01:06:25.50,01:06:27.16 You should come here on Halloween. 01:06:27.37,01:06:28.70 You'd really see something. 01:06:29.00,01:06:29.75 Yeah? 01:06:30.04,01:06:32.41 We all jump off the roof and fly. 01:06:32.62,01:06:34.41 We kill our husbands too. 01:06:35.25,01:06:37.70 Or is that outside[br]your jurisdiction? 01:06:38.62,01:06:42.37 Do you have any idea how strange[br]this all sounds to me? 01:06:42.70,01:06:46.41 I got people telling me you're[br]here cooking up placenta bars. . . 01:06:46.62,01:06:48.25 . . .you're into devil worship-- 01:06:48.54,01:06:51.20 No, there's no devil in the craft. 01:06:51.58,01:06:53.66 So what kind of. . . 01:06:53.91,01:06:55.66 . . .craft do you do? 01:06:55.91,01:06:57.12 Do I do? 01:06:57.75,01:07:00.16 I manufacture bath oils. 01:07:01.00,01:07:02.75 And soaps and hand lotions. . . 01:07:03.00,01:07:04.70 . . .and shampoo. 01:07:05.08,01:07:06.79 And the aunts. . . 01:07:07.00,01:07:09.70 . . .they like to meddle[br]in people's love lives. 01:07:13.00,01:07:14.54 Magic isn't. . . 01:07:14.79,01:07:16.66 . . .just spells and potions. 01:07:20.62,01:07:21.95 Your badge? 01:07:30.58,01:07:32.16 It's just a star. 01:07:33.12,01:07:34.33 Just another symbol. 01:07:34.58,01:07:36.08 Your talisman. 01:07:37.41,01:07:39.45 It can't stop criminals[br]in their tracks. . . 01:07:39.70,01:07:40.70 . . .can it? 01:07:42.33,01:07:44.95 It has power because[br]you believe it does. 01:07:54.58,01:07:56.00 Wish you could believe in me. 01:07:59.54,01:08:00.87 Miss Owens. . . 01:08:02.79,01:08:04.83 . . .are you hiding James Angelov? 01:08:05.16,01:08:06.54 Not in this house. 01:08:09.12,01:08:12.66 Did you or your sister[br]kill James Angelov? 01:08:13.50,01:08:15.66 Oh, yeah.[br]Couple of times. 01:08:18.00,01:08:19.95 Antonia, could you make[br]more of a mess? 01:08:20.20,01:08:22.41 -Mom, I'm cooking.[br]-I can see that. 01:08:22.75,01:08:23.79 Hey, there. 01:08:24.08,01:08:26.37 Did you ever see a saguaro cactus? 01:08:27.87,01:08:29.41 Step aside, you. 01:08:31.08,01:08:32.00 You're about to. 01:08:53.45,01:08:55.62 One stack of flapjacks. . . 01:08:55.87,01:08:57.00 . . .and. . . 01:08:57.29,01:08:59.83 . . .goodbye, Mr. Hallet. 01:09:00.33,01:09:02.66 He knows how to flip pancakes. 01:09:05.50,01:09:07.08 I assume you don't want pancakes. 01:09:07.29,01:09:09.25 No, we want them![br]We want them! 01:09:09.50,01:09:11.95 Be careful. They tend to use[br]those as Frisbees. 01:09:14.08,01:09:16.12 Can you ride a pony backwards? 01:09:17.16,01:09:19.66 Backwards, forwards, sideways,[br]you name it. 01:09:20.12,01:09:22.12 Okay, first troll. 01:09:22.45,01:09:23.33 Look. 01:09:23.66,01:09:25.00 A star! 01:09:26.04,01:09:27.75 -This is not yours.[br]-That's all right. 01:09:28.62,01:09:29.66 Second troll. 01:09:30.87,01:09:34.54 And if you're anything like my girls. . .[br]here. It'll keep you clean. 01:09:34.79,01:09:37.04 Isn't this cozy? 01:09:38.20,01:09:39.66 Hi, Gary. 01:09:39.91,01:09:41.58 I can call you Gary, can't l? 01:09:41.83,01:09:42.62 Why not? 01:09:42.87,01:09:43.62 Coffee? 01:09:43.87,01:09:46.08 You must try my syrup. 01:09:46.45,01:09:47.87 Here's the syrup. 01:09:48.70,01:09:49.58 No! No! 01:10:06.41,01:10:07.66 Ready? 01:10:07.91,01:10:08.87 Go! 01:10:10.29,01:10:11.20 Okay, yes! 01:10:11.45,01:10:12.33 Let's go. 01:10:12.87,01:10:14.58 I guess they didn't want[br]to eat that. 01:10:14.83,01:10:16.54 I guess not. 01:10:42.87,01:10:44.70 I've been looking for this. 01:10:47.16,01:10:48.75 This is his party trick. 01:10:49.83,01:10:51.16 It's your ring, is it? 01:10:51.45,01:10:52.29 Could I have it? 01:10:52.58,01:10:54.29 What do you think[br]you're playing at? 01:10:54.58,01:10:55.70 What do you mean? 01:10:59.50,01:11:01.95 You better get yourselves[br]a damn good lawyer. 01:11:02.20,01:11:04.75 And don't even think[br]about leaving town. 01:11:06.33,01:11:08.37 What was in that syrup? 01:11:11.75,01:11:14.95 We just stick to our stories.[br]No body, no crime. 01:11:15.91,01:11:17.95 Oh, I'm sorry. 01:11:18.83,01:11:20.29 I'm feeling like shit. 01:11:20.50,01:11:21.70 I'm not sleeping. 01:11:22.00,01:11:23.08 I. Me. Mine. 01:11:23.29,01:11:24.91 That's all you can think about. 01:11:25.20,01:11:26.08 You. 01:11:26.29,01:11:27.62 It's all about you. 01:11:30.83,01:11:32.87 -I don't want to fight.[br]-Don't walk away from me. 01:11:34.37,01:11:36.95 I'm sick and tired[br]of cleaning up your messes. 01:11:38.87,01:11:40.91 Yeah, you're right.[br]You're always right. 01:11:41.83,01:11:43.45 I'm just a mess. 01:11:43.70,01:11:45.87 Just one big mess! 01:11:47.70,01:11:49.16 At least I've lived my life. 01:11:49.45,01:11:52.37 You hate me for it because[br]it scares the hell out of you. 01:11:52.66,01:11:54.83 Gillian, I don't hate you. 01:11:55.25,01:11:58.79 You spend all your energy[br]trying to fit in, be normal! 01:11:59.00,01:12:00.33 But you'll never fit in. 01:12:00.54,01:12:03.08 Because we're different![br]And so are your girls. 01:12:04.37,01:12:06.12 You leave them out of this. 01:12:06.37,01:12:09.29 All my life, I've wished[br]I had half your talent. 01:12:11.54,01:12:13.33 You're wasting yourself! 01:12:13.54,01:12:16.08 I want you out of here.[br]I want you gone. 01:12:17.62,01:12:19.12 Okay, fine. 01:12:19.79,01:12:21.12 I'm gone. 01:12:21.87,01:12:22.79 Good. 01:12:24.91,01:12:26.87 What? What are you doing? 01:12:27.08,01:12:27.91 Where are you going? 01:12:28.20,01:12:29.91 I'm doing the right thing. 01:12:31.20,01:12:33.29 You're not telling him[br]what happened! 01:12:33.54,01:12:36.58 Funny. The moment he walked in,[br]that's all I want to do. 01:12:36.83,01:12:39.00 Will you get on your knees[br]and beg for mercy? 01:12:40.91,01:12:43.37 You want me to be true to myself? 01:12:43.83,01:12:45.25 Then watch this. 01:13:03.37,01:13:06.04 It's the goddamn Twilight Zone. 01:13:11.41,01:13:14.33 -It was Jimmy's ring.[br]-Oh, really. 01:13:14.58,01:13:16.50 I know you knew that,[br]but I needed to tell you. 01:13:16.75,01:13:18.16 I was serious back there. 01:13:18.41,01:13:21.00 Get yourself a lawyer[br]before you talk to me. 01:13:21.25,01:13:22.75 I don't want a lawyer. 01:13:29.91,01:13:31.04 All right. 01:13:36.04,01:13:37.50 Come on in. 01:13:38.12,01:13:39.95 Excuse the mess. 01:13:40.58,01:13:42.66 Wasn't expecting company. 01:13:44.04,01:13:45.91 Have yourself a seat. 01:13:47.91,01:13:49.79 Let's see what I'll need here. 01:13:52.20,01:13:54.79 You don't need to look[br]at that stuff. 01:14:04.75,01:14:06.95 How many times[br]did you read my letter? 01:14:07.91,01:14:09.04 A few. 01:14:10.33,01:14:12.29 I have to study all the evidence. 01:14:14.20,01:14:16.20 Okay, you want to sit down? 01:14:17.25,01:14:19.37 This is the testimony of Sally Owens. 01:14:19.62,01:14:21.54 March 8th, 1 998. 01:14:24.95,01:14:26.62 You going to sit down? 01:14:34.50,01:14:36.16 Where is James Angelov? 01:14:36.75,01:14:38.79 I think he's in the spirit world. 01:14:39.04,01:14:41.87 -You think he's dead.[br]-No, I think he's haunting us. 01:14:46.66,01:14:48.79 What evidence did you get[br]from reading my letter? 01:14:49.16,01:14:50.79 Did you or your sister. . . 01:14:51.00,01:14:52.70 . . .kill James Angelov? 01:14:54.62,01:14:56.66 Gillian didn't kill anybody. 01:14:57.29,01:14:59.08 Gillian didn't. 01:14:59.50,01:15:01.50 Gillian didn't, but you did? 01:15:04.16,01:15:05.29 Did you? 01:15:06.58,01:15:08.08 Sally, did you? 01:15:11.91,01:15:14.58 What if I told you I did?[br]What would you do? 01:15:16.16,01:15:19.41 Would you send me to jail[br]for life all because. . . 01:15:19.66,01:15:21.79 . . .the world was short a man[br]like Jimmy Angelov? 01:15:22.08,01:15:25.08 It's not for you or me to decide[br]how he should be punished. 01:15:29.37,01:15:30.75 He has to be held accountable. 01:15:30.95,01:15:32.87 Well, he has been punished. 01:15:35.83,01:15:37.00 He has? 01:15:45.00,01:15:48.79 You should get a lawyer's advice[br]before we go any further. 01:15:50.79,01:15:52.00 Now listen. 01:15:52.33,01:15:54.79 I know you're in[br]some kind of trouble. 01:15:55.04,01:15:56.29 All right? 01:15:57.41,01:15:59.08 If you will trust me. . . 01:15:59.33,01:16:00.83 . . .tell me what you know. . . 01:16:01.83,01:16:03.54 . . .I promise you. . . 01:16:04.16,01:16:08.33 . . .I will do everything I can[br]to keep you from harm's way. 01:16:26.95,01:16:28.58 I can't, I can't, I can't. 01:16:28.79,01:16:30.62 I can't either, I'm sorry. 01:16:46.41,01:16:48.41 One green eye, one blue. 01:16:52.54,01:16:54.08 I can't, I can't. 01:16:54.33,01:16:55.50 I've got to go. 01:16:59.20,01:17:01.16 I was born with it. 01:17:05.20,01:17:06.50 Mommy. 01:17:15.12,01:17:16.58 I need you. 01:17:31.45,01:17:32.58 What's going on? 01:17:32.83,01:17:34.79 I didn't do anything. 01:17:35.04,01:17:37.16 Go downstairs. It's okay. 01:18:03.20,01:18:04.04 Officer Hallet. 01:18:06.00,01:18:09.12 Just looking at you[br]makes me homesick. 01:18:53.66,01:18:54.41 What's wrong? 01:18:56.79,01:18:58.04 Cat got your tongue? 01:19:44.25,01:19:45.12 Someday. . . 01:19:45.33,01:19:47.66 . . .you'll explain this all to me. 01:20:03.83,01:20:05.41 What was that, Sally? 01:20:05.66,01:20:07.54 That was him, wasn't it? 01:20:08.00,01:20:09.33 Is he gone, or what? 01:20:09.58,01:20:11.91 You killed his spirit,[br]but I took his life. 01:20:12.12,01:20:15.50 I'll tell you all you need to know.[br]How I did it, where I buried him. 01:20:15.75,01:20:18.83 I'll tell you what I did it with.[br]I'll tell you how l-- 01:20:19.12,01:20:21.70 Hold on just a goddamn second,[br]all right? 01:20:21.95,01:20:23.54 One step at a time. 01:20:23.87,01:20:25.87 I took an oath to uphold the law. 01:20:26.16,01:20:28.29 I came here[br]to bring in the bad guy. 01:20:28.50,01:20:30.95 Generally, that's what I do. 01:20:39.20,01:20:41.91 You asked me how many times[br]I read your letter. 01:20:42.91,01:20:45.50 I must've read it about[br]1 000 times. 01:20:47.04,01:20:51.08 It was your letter that[br]brought me here. It was you. 01:20:53.00,01:20:55.83 And I'm all mixed-up about that. 01:21:03.66,01:21:06.41 The reason you're here[br]and you don't know why. . . 01:21:06.66,01:21:08.58 . . .is because I sent for you. 01:21:11.91,01:21:13.79 When I was a little girl. . . 01:21:16.25,01:21:18.08 . . .I worked a spell. . . 01:21:19.70,01:21:21.79 . . .so I would never fall in love. 01:21:23.66,01:21:27.87 I asked for qualities in a man[br]that I knew couldn 't possibly exist. 01:21:29.50,01:21:31.25 One green eye, one... 01:21:31.50,01:21:32.54 ...blue? 01:21:35.83,01:21:37.54 But you do. 01:21:40.08,01:21:42.70 You're saying[br]what I'm feeling is just. . . 01:21:43.00,01:21:44.20 . . .one of your spells? 01:21:45.08,01:21:47.00 Yeah. It's not real. 01:21:48.66,01:21:52.91 If you stay, I wouldn't know[br]if it was because of the spell. . . 01:21:53.91,01:21:57.29 . . .and you wouldn't know if it was[br]because I didn't want to go to prison. 01:22:03.66,01:22:05.91 You know, all relationships[br]have problems. 01:22:13.00,01:22:14.50 I'm right, aren't l? 01:22:16.95,01:22:18.62 You don't know, do you? 01:22:27.00,01:22:29.41 Why don't you do what you do. . . 01:22:29.66,01:22:31.62 . . .and I do what I do. . . 01:22:33.62,01:22:35.79 . . .and we'll see where we end up. 01:22:45.29,01:22:48.37 Curses only have power[br]when you believe in them. 01:22:49.66,01:22:51.29 And I don't. 01:22:55.70,01:22:56.91 You know what? 01:23:00.29,01:23:02.20 I wished for you too. 01:23:54.54,01:23:58.58 I'm feeling very[br]into sisters right now. 01:24:11.50,01:24:12.79 Come on. 01:24:13.45,01:24:14.29 Oh, dear. 01:24:14.75,01:24:16.87 It seems we've not arrived[br]in the nick of time. 01:24:18.87,01:24:21.58 I see our instincts are getting[br]a little rusty. 01:24:21.83,01:24:23.75 He's squatting inside her[br]like a toad. 01:24:24.00,01:24:26.04 This is what comes from dabbling. 01:24:26.33,01:24:28.95 You can't practice witchcraft[br]while you look down your nose at it. 01:24:29.20,01:24:29.95 I know. 01:24:30.16,01:24:31.66 I know. 01:24:32.41,01:24:34.29 Just tell me what to do[br]and I'll do it. 01:24:34.66,01:24:37.91 -We must banish him.[br]-Force his spirit back to the grave. 01:24:38.12,01:24:40.33 -We need a full coven.[br]-Nine women. 01:24:40.70,01:24:42.12 Twelve's better. 01:24:43.16,01:24:44.70 Do you have any friends? 01:24:45.91,01:24:46.70 Linda! 01:24:46.95,01:24:48.00 It's Sally. 01:24:48.25,01:24:49.83 I'm activating the phone tree. 01:24:50.08,01:24:52.79 You know the stuff everyone[br]whispers about me. . . 01:24:53.04,01:24:54.54 . . .the hexes, the spells? 01:24:54.79,01:24:56.08 Well, here's the thing. 01:24:56.66,01:24:57.50 I'm a witch! 01:24:58.16,01:24:59.75 I got the best news. 01:25:00.00,01:25:02.29 Sally just came out. 01:25:02.95,01:25:05.20 What a fabulous affirmation. 01:25:05.45,01:25:08.33 Her sister just got out of[br]a bad relationship. . . 01:25:08.58,01:25:10.87 . . .and now the guy[br]won't leave her alone. 01:25:36.00,01:25:38.08 Oh, can you bring a broom? 01:26:07.41,01:26:10.20 -I see headlights.[br]-Mom, they're here! 01:26:10.75,01:26:12.70 Come on! They're here! 01:26:13.79,01:26:15.54 It's in the kitchen![br]ln the side door! 01:26:16.83,01:26:19.79 Come in![br]It's so good of you to come. 01:26:20.83,01:26:23.29 No, now's not the time to be shy.[br]Come on in. 01:26:23.54,01:26:26.83 Grab yourselves a spoon.[br]You can stir right over there. 01:26:28.70,01:26:33.04 You get right over here and grab[br]that spoon and dig right in. 01:26:33.29,01:26:35.08 Doesn't that look great? 01:26:35.33,01:26:37.91 And the fumes are great for the pores. 01:26:38.25,01:26:42.04 Not to mention sealing his nasty[br]spirit back into the grave. 01:26:42.45,01:26:45.00 Once, I was across town,[br]my daughter had a nightmare. 01:26:45.20,01:26:47.91 I swear, I could hear her crying. 01:26:48.16,01:26:50.04 There's a little witch in all of us. 01:26:50.79,01:26:52.95 Everything's almost ready, Aunt Jet. 01:26:56.79,01:26:58.33 I didn't expect you here. 01:26:58.58,01:27:02.66 Ever since I was a little girl,[br]I've wanted to see inside your house. 01:27:03.08,01:27:04.66 Thank you for coming. 01:27:04.91,01:27:05.75 Is this okay? 01:27:06.04,01:27:07.58 It's all I had. 01:27:08.75,01:27:10.41 Ladies, let's begin. 01:27:14.37,01:27:16.83 All right, ladies, pick a broom. 01:27:17.08,01:27:18.41 Form a circle. 01:27:18.62,01:27:19.83 Holy shit! 01:27:24.54,01:27:27.79 I've been strung out[br]by a guy before, but this. . . . 01:27:36.20,01:27:37.83 Each of you[br]pick up your brooms. 01:27:38.33,01:27:39.79 Hold them at staff length. . . 01:27:41.04,01:27:42.75 . . .handle to brush. 01:27:44.75,01:27:46.79 Remember that as we go forth. . . 01:27:47.04,01:27:49.12 . . .it is only with our hearts[br]beating as one. . . 01:27:49.37,01:27:51.75 . . .that we can save the life[br]of this child. 01:28:08.33,01:28:10.66 Are we supposed to say this? 01:28:54.50,01:28:55.95 Stop it. Stop it! 01:28:56.25,01:28:57.70 We're killing her! 01:29:04.87,01:29:07.37 Fight this, you bitch! 01:29:15.16,01:29:16.66 Oh, God! Oh, God! 01:29:16.91,01:29:18.70 Gilly! Gilly, honey! 01:29:20.45,01:29:22.20 It's okay. I love you. 01:29:28.87,01:29:30.50 Stay with me. 01:29:33.95,01:29:35.25 Please. 01:29:37.20,01:29:39.91 Please, just let him take me. 01:29:40.70,01:29:42.29 No, you have to hold on. 01:29:42.50,01:29:44.66 Gill, you have to stay with me. 01:29:46.33,01:29:48.37 Gilly. No, stay with me. 01:29:48.62,01:29:50.29 Gilly, stay with me. 01:29:51.12,01:29:52.45 He wants. . . 01:29:52.75,01:29:53.91 . . .me. 01:29:54.16,01:29:55.66 Just me. 01:29:55.91,01:29:57.04 No. 01:29:58.08,01:30:00.50 Everyone will be safe. 01:30:01.58,01:30:02.66 Just let him. . . 01:30:02.87,01:30:04.12 . . .take me. 01:30:10.29,01:30:12.66 Don't die on me, Gilly Owens, please. 01:30:12.87,01:30:15.83 Because we're supposed[br]to die together, remember? 01:30:16.08,01:30:17.00 The same time. 01:30:17.29,01:30:20.12 You promised me that.[br]And this is not that day. 01:30:21.00,01:30:22.91 I love you, Sally. 01:30:28.20,01:30:29.04 Okay, wait. 01:30:29.29,01:30:31.95 I've got it.[br]Get them back in the circle. 01:30:53.54,01:30:56.66 Hey, Jimmy, I got a worm[br]with your name on it. 01:31:03.08,01:31:04.37 You thirsty? 01:31:16.75,01:31:18.33 Is this what you want? 01:31:18.75,01:31:19.95 Well, this. . . 01:31:20.25,01:31:21.70 . . .you can't have. 01:31:25.70,01:31:26.91 My blood. 01:31:27.58,01:31:28.45 Your blood. 01:31:28.70,01:31:29.33 Our blood! 01:31:29.62,01:31:30.66 Maria's blood. Now! 01:31:30.91,01:31:32.20 Push her in. 01:31:48.12,01:31:49.16 I love you, Gillian. 01:32:07.79,01:32:08.66 We did it! 01:32:10.20,01:32:11.87 Heads up, ladies. 01:32:12.70,01:32:13.83 Ashes to ashes. . . 01:32:14.08,01:32:15.62 . . .dust to dust. 01:32:20.16,01:32:23.58 I wonder if that would work[br]on my ex-husband? 01:32:23.83,01:32:25.08 Come on, ladies. . . 01:32:25.37,01:32:27.41 . . .Iet's clean house! 01:32:28.41,01:32:30.00 Get him out of here! 01:32:30.29,01:32:31.54 Come along, ladies. 01:32:31.79,01:32:32.91 Through the kitchen! 01:32:34.29,01:32:35.54 Follow me! 01:32:35.79,01:32:37.20 Well done! 01:32:40.04,01:32:42.08 Sweep him to the roses. 01:33:26.79,01:33:28.70 There's something for you. 01:33:30.29,01:33:31.79 From Arizona. 01:33:43.79,01:33:46.75 "Dear Miss Owens:[br]Any further investigations. . . . 01:33:47.37,01:33:50.75 Office hereby concluded[br]James Angelov's cause of death was. . . 01:33:51.58,01:33:52.91 . . .accidental. 01:33:54.12,01:33:57.91 Jewelry in ashes of structure[br]provided positive identification. 01:33:58.16,01:33:59.87 Sincerely, Gary Hallet. . . 01:34:00.12,01:34:02.00 . . .Special lnvestigator. " 01:34:05.12,01:34:07.08 I don't think he's in there. 01:34:13.79,01:34:15.41 What would you do? 01:34:17.04,01:34:18.75 What wouldn't I do. . . 01:34:18.95,01:34:20.62 . . .for the right guy? 01:35:35.08,01:35:38.50 Can love travel back in time[br]and heal a broken heart? 01:35:39.58,01:35:42.87 Was it ourjoined hands that[br]finally lifted Maria 's curse? 01:35:44.20,01:35:46.29 I'd like to think so. 01:35:48.75,01:35:51.41 There are some things[br]I know for certain: 01:35:52.00,01:35:54.75 Always throw spilled salt[br]over your left shoulder. 01:35:55.62,01:35:57.75 Keep rosemary by your garden gate. 01:35:57.91,01:35:59.79 Plant lavender for luck. 01:36:00.08,01:36:02.04 And fall in love whenever you can. 01:40:03.83,01:40:04.83 Subtitled by:[br]GELULA & CO., INC.
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