0 00:00:00,100 --> 00:00:02,500 Downloaded from xPau.se 1 00:00:02,698 --> 00:00:05,614 [loud crackling] 2 00:00:03,000 --> 00:00:38,000 Farid Morocco 3 00:00:14,753 --> 00:00:17,582 [ominous music] 4 00:02:26,494 --> 00:02:29,105 [loud drilling] 5 00:02:45,817 --> 00:02:48,385 [loud drilling] 6 00:03:01,224 --> 00:03:03,357 - Ryan, a guy's here to see you. 7 00:03:29,818 --> 00:03:31,776 - My name's Glenn Crawford. 8 00:03:31,820 --> 00:03:33,865 - Are you from the collection agency or something? 9 00:03:33,909 --> 00:03:35,302 - No. 10 00:03:35,345 --> 00:03:36,825 No, nothing like that. 11 00:03:38,435 --> 00:03:40,002 Quite the opposite actually. 12 00:03:43,092 --> 00:03:44,615 - What's up man? 13 00:03:44,659 --> 00:03:47,009 - Sorry, this is an odd little bit of business. 14 00:03:49,272 --> 00:03:50,882 Never an enjoyable position to be, 15 00:03:54,321 --> 00:03:55,670 be the bearer of bad news. 16 00:03:57,541 --> 00:03:58,325 - What bad news? 17 00:03:59,891 --> 00:04:00,762 - Your father died. 18 00:04:13,165 --> 00:04:13,992 - How, what happened? 19 00:04:14,036 --> 00:04:14,732 - It was an accident. 20 00:04:14,776 --> 00:04:16,299 - What kind of accident? 21 00:04:16,343 --> 00:04:18,258 Why haven't I heard from Shannon, or Allie, or anybody? 22 00:04:19,389 --> 00:04:21,783 - Oh boy, Jesus, I'm not making myself clear. 23 00:04:21,826 --> 00:04:22,871 Here. 24 00:04:24,176 --> 00:04:25,961 I'm not talking about your adoptive father. 25 00:04:27,092 --> 00:04:29,660 Your biological father, Frank Morris. 26 00:04:32,707 --> 00:04:34,230 He died day before last. 27 00:04:35,100 --> 00:04:35,884 It was, 28 00:04:38,321 --> 00:04:40,149 surfing accident. 29 00:04:40,192 --> 00:04:40,932 He drowned. 30 00:04:54,946 --> 00:04:56,426 - So what then, you're just here to tell me 31 00:04:56,470 --> 00:04:59,037 some guy died that I thought died 25 years ago? 32 00:04:59,081 --> 00:05:01,083 - Well I'm here because Frank asked me 33 00:05:01,126 --> 00:05:02,954 to be the executor of his will. 34 00:05:05,392 --> 00:05:07,611 I've come to inform you of your inheritance. 35 00:05:08,482 --> 00:05:11,136 [ominous music] 36 00:05:12,834 --> 00:05:15,315 Mr. Morris was a solitary man. 37 00:05:15,358 --> 00:05:17,534 Didn't have many possessions. 38 00:05:17,578 --> 00:05:20,668 His primary asset was his home which his father left to him. 39 00:05:21,625 --> 00:05:23,801 Which he has now left to you. 40 00:05:29,764 --> 00:05:32,636 It's a two bedroom house in a little beach town 41 00:05:33,855 --> 00:05:35,509 in a central coast called Herald Point. 42 00:05:39,295 --> 00:05:40,601 Sits above the water. 43 00:05:43,995 --> 00:05:46,258 It's quite beautiful. 44 00:05:51,742 --> 00:05:53,918 An appraisal was done last year 45 00:05:53,962 --> 00:05:55,485 after some major renovations. 46 00:05:57,705 --> 00:05:59,359 The property's currently valued at 47 00:05:59,402 --> 00:06:02,666 just over 2.5 million dollars. 48 00:06:03,972 --> 00:06:06,540 [ominous music] 49 00:07:06,164 --> 00:07:08,558 - [Female] What is all this? 50 00:07:18,481 --> 00:07:20,135 - A guy came by the site today. 51 00:07:25,923 --> 00:07:28,448 And I always wondered what they were like. 52 00:07:32,669 --> 00:07:33,844 I didn't even know until Alex started 53 00:07:33,888 --> 00:07:35,455 asking why we didn't look related. 54 00:07:42,157 --> 00:07:44,246 - Tell me what's going on? 55 00:07:46,988 --> 00:07:49,556 [ominous music] 56 00:08:42,173 --> 00:08:44,828 [faint clanking] 57 00:08:49,616 --> 00:08:50,399 Holy shit. 58 00:08:56,013 --> 00:08:58,929 [faint laughter] 59 00:09:08,460 --> 00:09:11,115 [rustling water] 60 00:09:41,537 --> 00:09:43,017 These ceilings... 61 00:09:50,415 --> 00:09:51,199 Oh my God. 62 00:09:52,809 --> 00:09:54,594 This view is insane! 63 00:10:47,342 --> 00:10:49,257 - [Narrator] Motherfucker. 64 00:10:49,300 --> 00:10:50,606 Pieces of shit! 65 00:10:51,781 --> 00:10:53,043 - Hello? 66 00:10:53,087 --> 00:10:54,218 - Hi. 67 00:10:54,262 --> 00:10:55,742 Hi. 68 00:10:55,785 --> 00:10:58,222 I'm Effy, Effy Monroe. 69 00:10:58,266 --> 00:11:00,311 Only Effy born this side of 1940, 70 00:11:00,355 --> 00:11:03,184 such was my mother's infinity for her own generation. 71 00:11:04,751 --> 00:11:05,665 - Ryan. 72 00:11:05,708 --> 00:11:06,970 - Pleasure to meet you Ryan. 73 00:11:07,014 --> 00:11:09,146 So, are you the new owner then? 74 00:11:11,279 --> 00:11:12,715 - Yeah. 75 00:11:12,759 --> 00:11:16,806 - Gosh, this really is a magnificent place isn't it? 76 00:11:20,767 --> 00:11:22,769 I'm sorry, I'm a local realtor. 77 00:11:22,812 --> 00:11:25,380 I've always loved this house. 78 00:11:25,423 --> 00:11:27,774 It's one of the few left from it's period now. 79 00:11:27,817 --> 00:11:29,689 You rarely see stucco anymore. 80 00:11:30,820 --> 00:11:33,344 It's like it's already staged. 81 00:11:34,519 --> 00:11:36,043 - Did you know him well? 82 00:11:36,086 --> 00:11:37,348 - No, no, not at all. 83 00:11:37,392 --> 00:11:39,350 He wasn't exactly a social butterfly. 84 00:11:40,351 --> 00:11:41,483 You related to him? 85 00:11:43,441 --> 00:11:44,268 - Yeah. 86 00:11:45,530 --> 00:11:47,707 - Okay yeah, yeah I can see it. 87 00:11:48,882 --> 00:11:49,709 Well, 88 00:11:51,232 --> 00:11:54,322 I'm not sure if you know this area all that well but... 89 00:11:54,365 --> 00:11:56,890 Oh, I've been selling coastal properties 90 00:11:56,933 --> 00:12:00,415 from Santa Maria to Salinas for going on 22 years now. 91 00:12:00,458 --> 00:12:01,242 So... 92 00:12:03,026 --> 00:12:05,159 There are plenty of listings in the area 93 00:12:05,202 --> 00:12:06,856 of coast right now but this, 94 00:12:06,900 --> 00:12:09,163 this is unique. 95 00:12:09,206 --> 00:12:11,861 Mmm hmm, especially with it's updates 96 00:12:11,905 --> 00:12:13,689 and excuse me, renovations. 97 00:12:13,733 --> 00:12:14,734 Hi. 98 00:12:14,777 --> 00:12:15,996 - Hi. 99 00:12:16,039 --> 00:12:17,432 - I'm Effy Monroe, Collier Real Estate. 100 00:12:17,475 --> 00:12:18,738 - Isi. 101 00:12:18,781 --> 00:12:20,522 - [Effy] Isi, I was just talking to your? 102 00:12:21,349 --> 00:12:22,350 - Fiance. 103 00:12:22,393 --> 00:12:25,440 - Oh congrats, great! 104 00:12:25,483 --> 00:12:27,181 I was just talking to your fiance 105 00:12:27,224 --> 00:12:29,661 about what a dream property this is. 106 00:12:29,705 --> 00:12:30,837 - Ahh. 107 00:12:30,880 --> 00:12:33,404 - I mean Herald Point is kind of dead 108 00:12:33,448 --> 00:12:34,797 during the off season but this would 109 00:12:34,841 --> 00:12:38,496 make a lovely lovely summer home for 110 00:12:38,540 --> 00:12:42,022 a well to do couple from Los Angeles or San Francisco. 111 00:12:43,980 --> 00:12:45,460 - Well we just got here about 10 minutes ago, 112 00:12:45,503 --> 00:12:47,941 so I don't think we're ready to leave just yet. 113 00:12:50,378 --> 00:12:52,032 But it's good, we know who to get in touch with now 114 00:12:52,075 --> 00:12:52,946 when the time comes. 115 00:12:52,989 --> 00:12:53,990 - Of course. 116 00:12:56,210 --> 00:12:56,950 - Great. 117 00:12:59,169 --> 00:13:01,955 - I'll just leave you two to settle in then. 118 00:13:01,998 --> 00:13:02,782 - Thank you. 119 00:13:41,908 --> 00:13:45,085 - [Narrator] You got some serious road snacks here. 120 00:13:45,128 --> 00:13:47,522 - [Isi] Actually we're staying in town. 121 00:13:47,565 --> 00:13:48,392 - [Narrator] You're staying. 122 00:13:50,307 --> 00:13:53,354 - [Isi] It's so beautiful here. 123 00:13:53,397 --> 00:13:55,312 - [Clerk] It's alright. 124 00:13:56,183 --> 00:13:57,619 - Are you from here? 125 00:13:57,662 --> 00:13:58,750 - I am I am, yeah. 126 00:13:58,794 --> 00:13:59,926 Born and raised. 127 00:13:59,969 --> 00:14:01,536 - [Isi] What was that like? 128 00:14:01,579 --> 00:14:03,712 - Well you're looking at it. 129 00:14:03,755 --> 00:14:06,062 [laughter] 130 00:14:07,977 --> 00:14:08,804 Hey there. 131 00:14:13,548 --> 00:14:14,288 All together? 132 00:14:14,331 --> 00:14:15,463 - Yes please. 133 00:14:17,987 --> 00:14:19,119 - He's from here. 134 00:14:19,162 --> 00:14:20,033 - Oh really cool. 135 00:14:21,469 --> 00:14:22,513 - Yeah. 136 00:14:24,298 --> 00:14:25,473 Out of 60. 137 00:14:30,521 --> 00:14:32,088 There's your change. 138 00:14:32,132 --> 00:14:33,437 - Awesome. 139 00:14:33,481 --> 00:14:34,221 - Thank you. 140 00:14:34,264 --> 00:14:35,091 - You're welcome. 141 00:14:35,135 --> 00:14:35,918 - I got it. 142 00:14:35,962 --> 00:14:36,788 - Yeah. 143 00:14:38,138 --> 00:14:39,356 See ya around. 144 00:14:47,538 --> 00:14:50,454 [slow paced music] 145 00:15:10,431 --> 00:15:12,868 - There's seriously not a movie in here 146 00:15:12,912 --> 00:15:15,566 from like the last 30 years. 147 00:15:23,574 --> 00:15:25,925 I'm really excited to tell my dad and Rosie. 148 00:15:28,318 --> 00:15:30,755 - Yeah I bet they'd like it here. 149 00:15:30,799 --> 00:15:32,279 - I meant that I'm pregnant. 150 00:15:43,464 --> 00:15:44,247 - I'm sorry. 151 00:15:50,688 --> 00:15:52,560 - I kinda need you to be happy about this. 152 00:15:55,780 --> 00:15:57,347 - I know. 153 00:15:57,391 --> 00:15:58,174 I'm happy. 154 00:16:00,437 --> 00:16:01,438 - Sold that one. 155 00:16:03,484 --> 00:16:04,615 - Let me try again. 156 00:16:07,749 --> 00:16:08,532 I'm happy. 157 00:16:15,539 --> 00:16:16,323 - Whoever he was, 158 00:16:18,803 --> 00:16:19,587 you're not him. 159 00:16:22,416 --> 00:16:25,071 [rustling water] 160 00:17:03,326 --> 00:17:05,633 [loud winds] 161 00:17:20,256 --> 00:17:22,867 [ominous music] 162 00:18:39,857 --> 00:18:42,817 [light clanking] 163 00:19:26,382 --> 00:19:28,993 [ominous music] 164 00:19:42,703 --> 00:19:45,358 [dramatic music] 165 00:20:14,952 --> 00:20:17,781 [loud clanking] 166 00:20:20,741 --> 00:20:22,525 - I was thinking we should stay out here for a little wile. 167 00:20:30,446 --> 00:20:32,100 You know, it's just a big decision. 168 00:20:32,970 --> 00:20:34,450 And I don't want to rush it. 169 00:20:37,584 --> 00:20:38,367 - Okay. 170 00:20:40,108 --> 00:20:41,457 So what do I tell Richard? 171 00:20:45,505 --> 00:20:46,593 - To go fuck himself. 172 00:20:48,421 --> 00:20:50,771 [laughter] 173 00:20:53,643 --> 00:20:54,949 Tell him it's a family thing. 174 00:20:56,907 --> 00:20:58,431 Seriously, this place is worth more 175 00:20:58,474 --> 00:21:00,520 than we can make in a decade. 176 00:21:00,563 --> 00:21:01,695 And you hate it there. 177 00:21:10,269 --> 00:21:12,880 - Then I think we need to start talking about selling. 178 00:21:14,360 --> 00:21:17,014 I know it's a lot but, that's gonna put me on thin ice. 179 00:21:23,151 --> 00:21:24,370 - I just need some time. 180 00:21:27,895 --> 00:21:29,462 I want to understand more about him. 181 00:21:31,377 --> 00:21:32,682 I think I kinda need that. 182 00:21:36,773 --> 00:21:38,384 But I want us to do this together. 183 00:21:42,431 --> 00:21:45,347 [slow paced music] 184 00:23:04,513 --> 00:23:07,124 [ominous music] 185 00:23:16,873 --> 00:23:19,789 [slow paced music] 186 00:23:51,604 --> 00:23:54,084 [low rumbling] 187 00:23:56,870 --> 00:23:59,350 [faint engine] 188 00:24:03,398 --> 00:24:05,966 [ominous music] 189 00:24:12,799 --> 00:24:15,410 [loud clanking] 190 00:25:04,677 --> 00:25:05,852 Can I help you? 191 00:25:05,895 --> 00:25:06,983 - Shit! 192 00:25:07,027 --> 00:25:09,333 Oh sorry. 193 00:25:09,377 --> 00:25:12,423 I'm Del Morse. 194 00:25:12,467 --> 00:25:13,555 You Ryan? 195 00:25:13,599 --> 00:25:15,122 - Yeah. 196 00:25:15,165 --> 00:25:16,558 - Great to finally meet you. 197 00:25:16,602 --> 00:25:18,168 Frank used to you up a lot. 198 00:25:19,343 --> 00:25:20,780 - Really? 199 00:25:20,823 --> 00:25:23,130 - Yeah yeah, Frank was my first cousin 200 00:25:23,173 --> 00:25:25,959 so I guess that makes us second cousins? 201 00:25:31,007 --> 00:25:32,269 - How'd you get in here? 202 00:25:33,793 --> 00:25:35,838 - Oh I've been here 100 times, just use the code. 203 00:25:38,058 --> 00:25:39,929 Heard you just got in so, 204 00:25:39,973 --> 00:25:41,714 wanna come by and introduce myself. 205 00:25:45,326 --> 00:25:48,808 This I just, I lent Frank some tools a while back 206 00:25:48,851 --> 00:25:51,245 and he must of left them in the dirt and getting rust. 207 00:25:51,288 --> 00:25:52,855 - Who told you I just got in? 208 00:25:56,076 --> 00:25:58,948 [laughter] 209 00:25:58,992 --> 00:26:00,384 I think maybe you should leave. 210 00:26:04,519 --> 00:26:05,302 - Okay. 211 00:26:11,134 --> 00:26:14,050 I heard you had a girl here with you as well. 212 00:26:15,051 --> 00:26:16,270 Can't wait to meet her. 213 00:26:18,577 --> 00:26:19,534 See you around cuz. 214 00:26:26,280 --> 00:26:29,109 [ominous music] 215 00:27:26,775 --> 00:27:29,256 [faint static] 216 00:27:36,002 --> 00:27:38,918 [slow paced music] 217 00:27:45,402 --> 00:27:48,101 ♪ Up in the mornin' 218 00:27:48,144 --> 00:27:50,233 ♪ Out on the job 219 00:27:50,277 --> 00:27:55,282 ♪ Work like the devil for my pay ♪ 220 00:27:55,978 --> 00:27:56,718 ♪ But that lucky old 221 00:27:56,762 --> 00:28:00,026 [loud toilet flushing] 222 00:28:14,388 --> 00:28:18,740 ♪ And wash all my troubles away ♪ 223 00:28:18,784 --> 00:28:22,396 ♪ Like that lucky old sun 224 00:28:35,278 --> 00:28:37,846 [ominous music] 225 00:29:37,123 --> 00:29:39,734 [loud rumbling] 226 00:29:44,260 --> 00:29:47,046 [rustling waters] 227 00:29:57,926 --> 00:30:00,537 [loud rumbling] 228 00:30:02,365 --> 00:30:04,933 [ominous music] 229 00:30:13,376 --> 00:30:14,421 - Ryan. 230 00:30:17,032 --> 00:30:19,730 [faint clanking] 231 00:30:29,958 --> 00:30:32,700 [faint creaking] 232 00:30:48,455 --> 00:30:51,284 [ominous music] 233 00:31:19,573 --> 00:31:20,356 Here. 234 00:31:57,089 --> 00:31:59,918 [heavy breathing] 235 00:32:13,453 --> 00:32:16,282 [loud seagulls] 236 00:33:00,152 --> 00:33:02,806 [loud knocking] 237 00:33:02,850 --> 00:33:04,156 - [Ryan] Hello. 238 00:33:20,215 --> 00:33:21,738 - [Narrator] You're trespassing. 239 00:33:23,827 --> 00:33:25,960 - Oh no, I'm sorry. 240 00:33:26,004 --> 00:33:26,917 I just saw you. 241 00:33:29,703 --> 00:33:31,052 - Are you dangerous? 242 00:33:33,228 --> 00:33:34,055 - No, not at all. 243 00:33:50,680 --> 00:33:51,464 - Welcome home. 244 00:34:00,995 --> 00:34:02,518 - Did you know your neighbor at all? 245 00:34:03,954 --> 00:34:05,956 - Funny things bring people out here. 246 00:34:09,221 --> 00:34:10,918 It's really hard to imagine the courage 247 00:34:10,961 --> 00:34:14,443 it would have taken those early guys. 248 00:34:15,444 --> 00:34:17,577 Needed opportunity. 249 00:34:17,620 --> 00:34:20,667 But it was a long track and they never knew 250 00:34:20,710 --> 00:34:23,670 what god damn thing was gonna kill 'em first. 251 00:34:25,106 --> 00:34:26,194 Of course once they got out here 252 00:34:26,238 --> 00:34:28,544 they became the thing to fear. 253 00:34:29,763 --> 00:34:34,550 Then the Natives, they took the girls as property. 254 00:34:35,769 --> 00:34:36,944 And then the states said they could be 255 00:34:36,987 --> 00:34:38,946 their legal guardians so they could do 256 00:34:38,989 --> 00:34:41,470 really anything they wanted with them. 257 00:34:48,738 --> 00:34:50,610 - You know a lot of the history here huh? 258 00:34:51,915 --> 00:34:53,787 - I know it's a beautiful view. 259 00:34:56,833 --> 00:34:59,097 And a lot of blood was spilled on this land. 260 00:35:04,537 --> 00:35:05,277 Oh. 261 00:35:07,583 --> 00:35:09,585 I'm not being a very good hostess. 262 00:35:11,021 --> 00:35:12,762 Go and sit down. 263 00:35:14,329 --> 00:35:15,113 Go. 264 00:35:27,255 --> 00:35:29,649 He was already alone here by the time 265 00:35:29,692 --> 00:35:30,954 Charlie and I got here. 266 00:35:32,608 --> 00:35:35,437 He was sick but we didn't know it yet. 267 00:35:39,659 --> 00:35:41,574 We brought him to the coast to die. 268 00:35:44,664 --> 00:35:47,057 Some will complain about pain. 269 00:35:50,670 --> 00:35:51,714 - I'm sorry. 270 00:35:56,241 --> 00:35:59,418 - I always thought there must have been a woman. 271 00:36:00,984 --> 00:36:02,725 Like some story. 272 00:36:04,249 --> 00:36:05,902 - Sorry who are you talking about? 273 00:36:10,864 --> 00:36:12,039 - I can't remember. 274 00:36:20,439 --> 00:36:23,050 [loud clanking] 275 00:36:46,291 --> 00:36:48,031 - [Isi] What'd you do last night? 276 00:36:48,075 --> 00:36:49,294 - [Ryan] Not much. 277 00:36:49,337 --> 00:36:50,730 Found an old record player in the garage. 278 00:36:52,558 --> 00:36:53,602 - [Isi] What's wrong? 279 00:36:54,821 --> 00:36:55,865 - Nothing, sorry. 280 00:36:56,997 --> 00:36:58,477 How'd it go? 281 00:36:58,520 --> 00:36:59,304 - Good. 282 00:37:00,522 --> 00:37:02,481 It was a relief telling them about the baby. 283 00:37:04,265 --> 00:37:06,876 I did decide if I'm still gonna try for the promotion. 284 00:37:28,158 --> 00:37:30,726 [loud rumbling] 285 00:37:39,779 --> 00:37:42,825 [high pitched ringing] 286 00:37:49,136 --> 00:37:50,355 I miss this bed. 287 00:37:55,708 --> 00:37:57,100 Are they still coming tonight? 288 00:38:03,019 --> 00:38:04,194 - Oh fuck. 289 00:38:06,588 --> 00:38:07,981 - Family's family. 290 00:38:10,810 --> 00:38:12,594 - Not sure I agree with that one. 291 00:38:14,857 --> 00:38:17,904 - Ah yeah, just the guy in the back there looks great. 292 00:38:22,387 --> 00:38:26,129 - So you guys decided to hang around for a bit huh? 293 00:38:26,173 --> 00:38:27,522 - Yeah for a little while. 294 00:38:29,481 --> 00:38:30,308 - Cool. 295 00:38:37,184 --> 00:38:39,621 Well you should have plenty of leftovers there. 296 00:38:40,927 --> 00:38:42,755 - We're actually having some people over later tonight. 297 00:38:42,798 --> 00:38:45,018 - Oh, that sounds nice. 298 00:38:46,411 --> 00:38:47,150 - Not really. 299 00:38:54,854 --> 00:38:57,552 [low rumbling] 300 00:39:09,042 --> 00:39:11,871 [loud clanking] 301 00:39:11,914 --> 00:39:13,916 - [Isi] You checked the grill right? 302 00:39:13,960 --> 00:39:15,657 - Yeah the tank was full. 303 00:39:15,701 --> 00:39:16,919 - [Isi] Great. 304 00:39:29,062 --> 00:39:30,933 - Are you fucking kidding me with this? 305 00:39:30,977 --> 00:39:32,239 - Oh my God! 306 00:39:32,282 --> 00:39:33,196 - Hi. 307 00:39:33,240 --> 00:39:33,980 - Hello! 308 00:39:34,023 --> 00:39:34,894 - That was so beautiful. 309 00:39:34,937 --> 00:39:36,243 Are you in heaven right now? 310 00:39:36,286 --> 00:39:37,026 Ugh! 311 00:39:37,070 --> 00:39:38,288 - [Isi] It's been nice. 312 00:39:38,332 --> 00:39:39,551 - Did you get this appraised huh? 313 00:39:39,594 --> 00:39:40,987 Easily worth over a million right? 314 00:39:41,030 --> 00:39:41,814 Jesus! 315 00:39:46,949 --> 00:39:49,648 So mom said she really didn't know he was still alive. 316 00:39:49,691 --> 00:39:51,171 I mean before. 317 00:39:52,825 --> 00:39:53,608 - [Ryan] Yeah. 318 00:39:54,957 --> 00:39:56,437 - How does that even happen? 319 00:39:58,221 --> 00:39:59,440 - [Ryan] I don't know. 320 00:39:59,484 --> 00:40:01,703 Kinda been trying to figure that out. 321 00:40:05,359 --> 00:40:07,143 - Well your real mom really did die though right? 322 00:40:07,187 --> 00:40:08,318 Accident or something? 323 00:40:10,059 --> 00:40:11,800 - [Ryan] Yeah, not exactly sure. 324 00:40:13,149 --> 00:40:15,413 - [Narrator] Hey get over here you two, photo time. 325 00:40:16,283 --> 00:40:17,415 Come on. 326 00:40:17,458 --> 00:40:18,677 Ryan come on! 327 00:40:20,766 --> 00:40:21,854 There we go. 328 00:40:21,897 --> 00:40:23,029 Looking good! 329 00:40:24,117 --> 00:40:25,379 Beautiful stuff! 330 00:40:25,423 --> 00:40:27,163 - [Narrator] He really lived here alone? 331 00:40:28,600 --> 00:40:29,862 - Yeah from what I know. 332 00:40:33,474 --> 00:40:36,042 - Did he leave you anything else? 333 00:40:36,085 --> 00:40:37,652 Not that this isn't enough. 334 00:40:40,002 --> 00:40:41,047 - No. 335 00:40:43,876 --> 00:40:45,878 House was in the family for a long time. 336 00:40:50,535 --> 00:40:52,362 - Man I'm really excited about it you know. 337 00:40:52,406 --> 00:40:53,973 Obviously it's a model that only works 338 00:40:54,016 --> 00:40:55,844 in a major urban center but, 339 00:40:55,888 --> 00:40:58,368 that is why SF is a perfect testing ground. 340 00:40:59,892 --> 00:41:01,110 - Yeah it sounds perfect. 341 00:41:04,505 --> 00:41:07,421 - Hey what do you think of the name All Assist. 342 00:41:07,465 --> 00:41:08,683 - What? 343 00:41:08,727 --> 00:41:10,946 - For the app, do you like the name All Assist 344 00:41:10,990 --> 00:41:12,818 or you think that's kinda like hmm? 345 00:41:12,861 --> 00:41:14,080 I don't know. 346 00:41:14,123 --> 00:41:16,996 - And he looks at me like, totally disgusted, 347 00:41:17,039 --> 00:41:20,086 and goes, "Ew that's gross." 348 00:41:21,348 --> 00:41:22,958 I go, "Dude, you're the one who just 349 00:41:23,002 --> 00:41:25,047 "took a shit in your pants!" 350 00:41:25,091 --> 00:41:27,397 [laughter] 351 00:41:30,575 --> 00:41:31,924 - That's good. 352 00:41:31,967 --> 00:41:35,144 - Well most stories aren't that cute. 353 00:41:35,188 --> 00:41:37,843 - Nothing cuter than a shit your pants story. 354 00:41:37,886 --> 00:41:38,757 - It's true though. 355 00:41:38,800 --> 00:41:40,106 Some of the stuff she tells me, 356 00:41:40,149 --> 00:41:41,629 kids can be mean. 357 00:41:42,978 --> 00:41:44,197 But we're still trying. 358 00:41:45,415 --> 00:41:46,155 - Oh my God! 359 00:41:47,940 --> 00:41:51,726 How long have you guys been at it? 360 00:41:51,770 --> 00:41:52,553 - Not long. 361 00:41:54,990 --> 00:41:56,862 - Well I love kids. 362 00:41:56,905 --> 00:42:00,169 Pant shitting and everything. 363 00:42:00,213 --> 00:42:02,084 Isn't that great? 364 00:42:02,128 --> 00:42:03,129 - Yeah that's great. 365 00:42:04,957 --> 00:42:06,001 - Thanks. 366 00:42:06,045 --> 00:42:08,874 - Honestly, kids do scare me today. 367 00:42:08,917 --> 00:42:10,179 I mean they're so smart. 368 00:42:11,659 --> 00:42:14,183 And they're growing up with all this tech and porn. 369 00:42:14,227 --> 00:42:16,490 They're like these little mini sociopaths. 370 00:42:17,447 --> 00:42:18,623 What?! 371 00:42:18,666 --> 00:42:20,276 I want us to have one, I'm just saying, 372 00:42:20,320 --> 00:42:23,105 I beat off to the bra section in the back of the newspaper. 373 00:42:23,149 --> 00:42:26,152 Okay or that skinemax shit. 374 00:42:26,195 --> 00:42:28,284 Ryan dude, you feel me on this yeah? 375 00:42:28,328 --> 00:42:29,808 - I'm staying out of this one. 376 00:42:29,851 --> 00:42:31,984 I'm glad you can fit your masturbation history 377 00:42:32,027 --> 00:42:34,334 and pant shitting into the dinner conversation. 378 00:42:34,377 --> 00:42:35,857 - [Narrator] That's why I'm here. 379 00:42:35,901 --> 00:42:37,467 - Well I know what you're talking about. 380 00:42:37,511 --> 00:42:39,861 But I do think that there's a flip side to it. 381 00:42:44,170 --> 00:42:46,128 But I do agree, kids can be mean. 382 00:42:47,565 --> 00:42:48,348 - Yeah. 383 00:42:51,177 --> 00:42:52,047 - Oh what? 384 00:42:55,311 --> 00:42:57,139 You just did that head thing. 385 00:42:58,750 --> 00:42:59,533 He, 386 00:43:00,578 --> 00:43:03,624 he always acted like the victim 387 00:43:03,668 --> 00:43:04,582 when we were little. 388 00:43:04,625 --> 00:43:06,714 Made me out to be such a terror. 389 00:43:06,758 --> 00:43:08,760 - [Ryan] No you were the sweetest. 390 00:43:08,803 --> 00:43:10,413 [laughter] 391 00:43:10,457 --> 00:43:11,893 - There was this one time, 392 00:43:13,634 --> 00:43:16,028 we were little and we were home alone for some reason. 393 00:43:16,071 --> 00:43:18,291 My parents were out somewhere. 394 00:43:18,334 --> 00:43:19,771 We had just moved into this new house 395 00:43:19,814 --> 00:43:21,642 so there were boxes everywhere. 396 00:43:21,686 --> 00:43:23,035 And there was this one box full of 397 00:43:23,078 --> 00:43:25,037 all my moms clothes. 398 00:43:25,080 --> 00:43:26,647 And there was this dress in there. 399 00:43:26,691 --> 00:43:29,215 It was like a really hideous sailor dress. 400 00:43:29,258 --> 00:43:30,956 Stripes and polka dots, whole thing. 401 00:43:30,999 --> 00:43:34,220 So like, I tell him that I think it would 402 00:43:34,263 --> 00:43:35,656 look really good on him. 403 00:43:35,700 --> 00:43:37,179 - Oh shit. 404 00:43:37,223 --> 00:43:39,399 [laughter] 405 00:43:39,442 --> 00:43:43,098 - So I gently encourage him to put it on and he does. 406 00:43:43,142 --> 00:43:46,145 And just as I got these perfectly 407 00:43:46,188 --> 00:43:50,845 matched like knock off Gucci heels on him, 408 00:43:50,889 --> 00:43:52,325 they walk in the door. 409 00:43:52,368 --> 00:43:55,328 [laughter] 410 00:43:55,371 --> 00:43:56,808 He was so mad at me. 411 00:43:56,851 --> 00:43:58,113 - Yeah 'cause you told them it was my 412 00:43:58,157 --> 00:43:59,462 idea to put that shit on. 413 00:44:00,638 --> 00:44:02,204 - [Sister] My dad freaked out. 414 00:44:02,248 --> 00:44:04,772 - [Narrator] Yeah, I do not see Phil liking that. 415 00:44:04,816 --> 00:44:07,122 [laughter] 416 00:44:11,300 --> 00:44:12,824 - [Sister] Oh what, what?! 417 00:44:12,867 --> 00:44:14,695 That was funny. 418 00:44:14,739 --> 00:44:16,436 - No it was, it was funny. 419 00:44:16,479 --> 00:44:18,046 It was funny. 420 00:44:18,090 --> 00:44:21,920 - Oh God, woe is me. 421 00:44:24,618 --> 00:44:26,620 I mean he's always been like this. 422 00:44:26,664 --> 00:44:27,882 Always. 423 00:44:27,926 --> 00:44:29,449 It's like everything comes easy for him 424 00:44:29,492 --> 00:44:32,017 but he's just gotta brood about something. 425 00:44:32,060 --> 00:44:32,887 - [Narrator] Ollie. 426 00:44:32,931 --> 00:44:34,193 - What? 427 00:44:34,236 --> 00:44:35,107 - Why don't you put the wine down? 428 00:44:35,150 --> 00:44:36,195 - Oh okay. 429 00:44:39,111 --> 00:44:40,634 I'm just saying. 430 00:44:40,678 --> 00:44:42,288 Like in high school, 431 00:44:42,331 --> 00:44:45,117 the whole torture thing really worked well for you. 432 00:44:45,160 --> 00:44:47,641 Maybe that's why you still do it? 433 00:44:47,685 --> 00:44:49,643 - Stop trying to pick a fight. 434 00:44:49,687 --> 00:44:52,254 - Look, all the girls liked him 435 00:44:52,298 --> 00:44:54,300 and still, I don't know, 436 00:44:54,343 --> 00:44:56,563 it was just so tough to be Ryan. 437 00:45:00,349 --> 00:45:03,831 It's kinda like this place you know? 438 00:45:06,051 --> 00:45:09,837 It's literally like you won the fucking lottery 439 00:45:09,881 --> 00:45:13,580 and you're still gonna be all bitchy about it. 440 00:45:13,623 --> 00:45:15,408 - Maybe you shouldn't try so hard. 441 00:45:15,451 --> 00:45:16,583 - What's that? 442 00:45:16,626 --> 00:45:18,367 - For a kid I mean. 443 00:45:20,500 --> 00:45:22,197 I think we all agree it'd be difficult 444 00:45:22,241 --> 00:45:23,372 when he's gonna be stuck with a huge 445 00:45:23,416 --> 00:45:25,026 fucking handicap having you as a mother. 446 00:45:25,070 --> 00:45:25,853 - Ryan. 447 00:45:31,424 --> 00:45:32,773 - You're an asshole. 448 00:45:32,817 --> 00:45:33,731 - Apologize to her. 449 00:45:33,774 --> 00:45:34,775 - Whatever. 450 00:45:34,819 --> 00:45:35,558 - Oh whatever. 451 00:45:37,082 --> 00:45:39,519 Yeah, I was just playing with you. 452 00:45:41,086 --> 00:45:43,392 Okay, and then you had to go make it personal like that? 453 00:45:44,176 --> 00:45:44,959 Fuck you. 454 00:45:57,667 --> 00:45:59,321 I have always hated you. 455 00:46:01,193 --> 00:46:02,063 - I know that. 456 00:46:02,107 --> 00:46:02,890 - Good. 457 00:46:09,114 --> 00:46:11,594 [solemn music] 458 00:46:26,871 --> 00:46:29,395 [faint clanking] 459 00:46:29,438 --> 00:46:30,831 - Just tell me what's going on. 460 00:46:37,490 --> 00:46:38,360 It's like you're trying to pretend 461 00:46:38,404 --> 00:46:40,275 like this isn't happening. 462 00:46:44,627 --> 00:46:46,325 I'm almost 10 weeks in. 463 00:46:46,368 --> 00:46:47,413 - It's not like that. 464 00:46:47,456 --> 00:46:48,501 - It's not? 465 00:46:54,246 --> 00:46:57,075 This was supposed to be a gift. 466 00:46:57,118 --> 00:46:59,294 For you and I to start our family together. 467 00:47:00,992 --> 00:47:02,689 I thought that's what you wanted. 468 00:47:02,732 --> 00:47:03,603 - It is. 469 00:47:03,646 --> 00:47:04,299 - It doesn't feel like it. 470 00:47:12,830 --> 00:47:17,835 - It's all I want. 471 00:47:38,899 --> 00:47:41,554 [dramatic music] 472 00:47:53,392 --> 00:47:56,264 [slow paced music] 473 00:48:25,076 --> 00:48:28,514 ♪ Hold me 474 00:48:28,557 --> 00:48:31,560 ♪ Kiss me 475 00:48:31,604 --> 00:48:32,997 [ominous music] 476 00:48:33,040 --> 00:48:34,999 ♪ Whisper 477 00:48:35,042 --> 00:48:37,262 ♪ Sweetly 478 00:48:40,265 --> 00:48:42,876 [loud rumbling] 479 00:49:07,683 --> 00:49:10,512 [loud clanking] 480 00:49:25,745 --> 00:49:27,573 - I think I'm gonna head into town for a bit. 481 00:49:30,793 --> 00:49:31,577 - Okay cool. 482 00:49:33,840 --> 00:49:35,407 I'm just kinda getting into this. 483 00:49:38,497 --> 00:49:39,280 - Okay. 484 00:49:42,066 --> 00:49:45,286 [loud rustling water] 485 00:50:38,644 --> 00:50:41,473 [ominous music] 486 00:50:42,430 --> 00:50:44,041 - They became a thing to fear. 487 00:50:46,478 --> 00:50:47,348 And the Natives, 488 00:50:51,265 --> 00:50:53,615 they took the young girls as property. 489 00:51:13,287 --> 00:51:15,550 [loud thuds] 490 00:51:18,118 --> 00:51:18,858 - Hey. 491 00:51:18,901 --> 00:51:19,641 - Hi. 492 00:51:19,685 --> 00:51:20,686 - How's it going? 493 00:51:20,729 --> 00:51:21,774 - Good. 494 00:51:21,817 --> 00:51:22,644 - That's cool you guys decided to 495 00:51:22,688 --> 00:51:26,039 stick around for a little bit. 496 00:51:26,083 --> 00:51:28,128 - Yeah it's been nice. 497 00:51:28,172 --> 00:51:30,217 - I'm sure it's beautiful up there. 498 00:51:30,261 --> 00:51:32,089 - Oh yeah, the house is so beautiful. 499 00:51:33,568 --> 00:51:36,005 - You know, when I was a kid it always seemed like, 500 00:51:36,049 --> 00:51:38,704 you know, Frank kinda had a Grinch thing going on. 501 00:51:39,922 --> 00:51:41,881 I mean not like he was trying to destroy Christmas. 502 00:51:41,924 --> 00:51:44,710 - No, I think you mean he seemed like 503 00:51:44,753 --> 00:51:45,667 a bit of an odd guy. 504 00:51:47,756 --> 00:51:50,585 - Well, I gotta get back to the market 505 00:51:50,629 --> 00:51:53,719 for the rest of my life. 506 00:51:53,762 --> 00:51:54,546 - Ooh. 507 00:51:54,589 --> 00:51:56,287 - But I'll see you around. 508 00:51:56,330 --> 00:51:57,114 - Yeah. 509 00:52:00,465 --> 00:52:03,555 Wait you know, you should come up to the house some time. 510 00:52:03,598 --> 00:52:05,687 You know, if you wanna see where the Grinch used to live. 511 00:52:05,731 --> 00:52:06,993 - Yeah that sounds cool. 512 00:52:08,777 --> 00:52:09,561 Thanks. 513 00:52:40,026 --> 00:52:41,636 - Thanks for setting up the phone. 514 00:52:43,638 --> 00:52:46,554 - Figured it would come in handy once the listing's up. 515 00:52:55,433 --> 00:52:57,086 Oh I saw that guy from the market. 516 00:53:03,223 --> 00:53:04,006 He's nice. 517 00:53:05,573 --> 00:53:07,314 Maybe we should have him over for a drink or something. 518 00:53:14,974 --> 00:53:15,757 - Okay. 519 00:53:20,414 --> 00:53:22,677 [loud thuds] 520 00:53:59,888 --> 00:54:02,674 [ominous music] 521 00:54:10,551 --> 00:54:11,813 - It's taking you some time. 522 00:54:17,732 --> 00:54:19,821 I had hoped your eyes would be more open 523 00:54:19,865 --> 00:54:21,127 than your fathers were. 524 00:54:25,262 --> 00:54:27,829 But I trust you know what to do now. 525 00:54:31,877 --> 00:54:34,488 [eerie music] 526 00:55:17,792 --> 00:55:20,360 [loud scraping] 527 00:55:26,801 --> 00:55:28,890 - I think we should go into town tonight. 528 00:55:28,934 --> 00:55:29,978 Just to do something. 529 00:55:32,111 --> 00:55:33,547 I think we kinda need that. 530 00:55:42,164 --> 00:55:43,165 - [Ryan] Okay, yeah. 531 00:55:47,605 --> 00:55:48,388 - Okay. 532 00:55:51,826 --> 00:55:56,831 [loud scraping] [ominous music] 533 00:56:10,454 --> 00:56:13,065 [loud creaking] 534 00:56:16,677 --> 00:56:19,376 [faint whispers] 535 00:56:38,873 --> 00:56:42,007 [rhythmic heartbeat] 536 00:57:02,070 --> 00:57:04,638 [loud scraping] 537 00:57:37,932 --> 00:57:40,108 - [Narrator] What'd you see? 538 00:57:41,327 --> 00:57:42,937 - [Narrator] What do you think you saw? 539 00:57:42,981 --> 00:57:45,636 [faint whispers] 540 00:58:00,651 --> 00:58:02,087 - Hey! 541 00:58:02,130 --> 00:58:03,175 You gonna get ready soon? 542 00:58:04,437 --> 00:58:05,612 - Yeah, in a minute. 543 00:58:11,444 --> 00:58:14,099 [loud crackling] 544 00:58:23,543 --> 00:58:25,893 - [Isi] It's so cool that this thing still works. 545 00:58:30,507 --> 00:58:33,422 [slow paced music] 546 00:59:02,800 --> 00:59:06,064 ♪ Hold me 547 00:59:06,107 --> 00:59:09,197 ♪ Kiss me 548 00:59:09,241 --> 00:59:12,418 ♪ Whisper 549 00:59:12,461 --> 00:59:15,726 ♪ Sweetly 550 00:59:15,769 --> 00:59:18,990 ♪ Let you 551 00:59:19,033 --> 00:59:22,384 ♪ Love me 552 00:59:22,428 --> 00:59:24,604 ♪ Forever 553 00:59:29,261 --> 00:59:31,959 [low rumbling] 554 00:59:56,984 --> 01:00:01,989 ♪ Ah ah ah ah 555 01:00:02,903 --> 01:00:05,993 ♪ Ah ah ah ah 556 01:00:06,037 --> 01:00:08,605 [loud rumbling] 557 01:00:31,976 --> 01:00:34,892 [faint rock music] 558 01:00:39,070 --> 01:00:39,853 - What? 559 01:00:42,377 --> 01:00:43,161 - Nothing. 560 01:00:45,119 --> 01:00:47,295 - [Narrator] You plan for your wedding day, 561 01:00:52,344 --> 01:00:54,172 and you were sure. 562 01:00:56,174 --> 01:00:57,871 I mean really sure. 563 01:00:59,351 --> 01:01:02,093 And then, and then she ran away. 564 01:01:04,748 --> 01:01:05,836 She ran away. 565 01:01:13,365 --> 01:01:14,235 - I'll take another. 566 01:01:14,279 --> 01:01:15,933 - [Bartender] Got it. 567 01:01:20,720 --> 01:01:21,503 - Hey cuz. 568 01:01:31,252 --> 01:01:32,776 [loud whistle] 569 01:01:32,819 --> 01:01:37,215 Damn, I would eat that fucking ass. 570 01:01:43,308 --> 01:01:44,352 Oh shit. 571 01:01:45,353 --> 01:01:46,180 Is she with you? 572 01:01:47,791 --> 01:01:48,617 My bad. 573 01:01:51,969 --> 01:01:54,623 [loud rumbling] 574 01:01:56,016 --> 01:01:59,063 [laughter] 575 01:01:59,106 --> 01:02:00,760 - [Bartender] Five bucks. 576 01:02:00,804 --> 01:02:04,372 ♪ As so long as your love 577 01:02:04,416 --> 01:02:06,505 ♪ Ran away 578 01:02:07,332 --> 01:02:08,637 Thanks. 579 01:02:08,681 --> 01:02:09,682 - See ya buddy. 580 01:02:13,294 --> 01:02:15,296 Think of me when you're enjoying her later. 581 01:02:16,907 --> 01:02:19,779 ♪ With another guy 582 01:02:23,217 --> 01:02:25,785 [loud rumbling] 583 01:02:36,361 --> 01:02:39,973 - Look at me. 584 01:02:40,017 --> 01:02:44,151 Look at your family and then look at me. 585 01:02:46,197 --> 01:02:47,285 I said look at me. 586 01:02:52,290 --> 01:02:55,641 I said look at me. 587 01:03:07,348 --> 01:03:09,263 - Maybe we can go back into town today. 588 01:03:10,612 --> 01:03:12,397 Check out the real estate office. 589 01:03:13,615 --> 01:03:15,704 Start to get a sense of things around here. 590 01:03:22,233 --> 01:03:23,495 - Let's talk about it later. 591 01:03:28,065 --> 01:03:28,848 - Sure. 592 01:03:30,850 --> 01:03:31,633 When? 593 01:03:34,332 --> 01:03:36,682 When am I supposed to talk to you about anything? 594 01:03:44,168 --> 01:03:46,344 You're not embracing this for what it is. 595 01:03:46,387 --> 01:03:48,433 - Maybe it's not the same thing to both of us. 596 01:03:48,476 --> 01:03:49,347 - What does that mean? 597 01:03:54,352 --> 01:03:56,180 Tell me what the fuck that means? 598 01:03:56,223 --> 01:03:57,268 - I just need to be here right now. 599 01:03:57,311 --> 01:03:58,443 - Well I need my fiance to pull his 600 01:03:58,486 --> 01:03:59,792 fucking head out of his ass 601 01:03:59,836 --> 01:04:01,315 because we're about to have a child together. 602 01:04:01,359 --> 01:04:02,099 - This isn't about that. 603 01:04:02,142 --> 01:04:03,361 - Of course it is. 604 01:04:07,408 --> 01:04:08,192 Look at me. 605 01:04:09,889 --> 01:04:11,673 Hey, look at me! 606 01:04:13,414 --> 01:04:15,242 I'm here for you, 607 01:04:15,286 --> 01:04:16,374 you know that. 608 01:04:19,899 --> 01:04:22,684 I just need you to start being real about this! 609 01:04:28,299 --> 01:04:29,343 - I just think you're a little too eager 610 01:04:29,387 --> 01:04:31,345 to see that money come in. 611 01:04:31,389 --> 01:04:32,259 - [Isi] Fuck you. 612 01:04:33,478 --> 01:04:35,349 I supported us all of fucking last year! 613 01:04:35,393 --> 01:04:36,394 I was in here! 614 01:04:36,437 --> 01:04:39,223 [loud shattering] 615 01:04:42,356 --> 01:04:43,836 I'm done with this. 616 01:04:46,360 --> 01:04:47,100 - Look at me. 617 01:04:47,144 --> 01:04:47,927 Look at me look at me. 618 01:04:47,971 --> 01:04:49,015 Look at me look at me. 619 01:04:49,059 --> 01:04:49,886 That's it. 620 01:04:51,757 --> 01:04:54,891 Now you know what you have to do. 621 01:04:57,023 --> 01:04:58,895 And you're gonna do it. 622 01:05:02,594 --> 01:05:05,118 [faint sobbing] 623 01:05:05,162 --> 01:05:05,945 - Don't. 624 01:05:05,989 --> 01:05:06,772 Don't! 625 01:05:09,993 --> 01:05:10,863 - I'll let you go. 626 01:05:12,909 --> 01:05:13,779 - You'll let me? 627 01:05:17,565 --> 01:05:18,610 Who the fuck are you? 628 01:05:20,438 --> 01:05:22,527 - Get the fuck out of my house! 629 01:05:22,570 --> 01:05:23,832 Get the fuck out! 630 01:05:54,472 --> 01:05:57,301 [ominous music] 631 01:06:07,572 --> 01:06:10,270 [dramatic music] 632 01:06:21,325 --> 01:06:23,936 [ominous music] 633 01:06:34,642 --> 01:06:36,862 What the fuck is going on! 634 01:06:41,388 --> 01:06:44,000 [loud clanking] 635 01:07:07,501 --> 01:07:10,330 [loud creaking] 636 01:07:23,213 --> 01:07:25,954 [loud crackling] 637 01:07:52,459 --> 01:07:53,460 - What'd I tell you? 638 01:07:56,942 --> 01:07:59,336 [loud thud] 639 01:08:02,556 --> 01:08:05,124 [loud rumbling] 640 01:08:38,114 --> 01:08:40,681 [ominous music] 641 01:08:49,342 --> 01:08:50,126 - Hey! 642 01:08:52,302 --> 01:08:53,564 - Jesus, are you ever gonna leave? 643 01:08:53,607 --> 01:08:55,740 - Tell me what you're fucking looking for! 644 01:08:59,961 --> 01:09:00,658 Do something. 645 01:09:02,790 --> 01:09:05,358 [ominous music] 646 01:09:09,580 --> 01:09:10,407 - Watch yourself. 647 01:09:18,110 --> 01:09:19,155 - Yeah you come back here and I'll smash 648 01:09:19,198 --> 01:09:21,026 your fucking head in! 649 01:09:24,725 --> 01:09:26,423 - Sure you will. 650 01:09:26,466 --> 01:09:28,773 [laughter] 651 01:09:30,296 --> 01:09:32,907 [ominous music] 652 01:09:49,272 --> 01:09:51,709 [loud thud] 653 01:10:06,724 --> 01:10:09,553 [loud scraping] 654 01:10:42,673 --> 01:10:45,850 [faint tribal chanting] 655 01:10:55,686 --> 01:10:58,254 [ominous music] 656 01:11:13,399 --> 01:11:16,272 - [Narrator] Put her in the ground. 657 01:11:34,464 --> 01:11:37,467 [suspenseful music] 658 01:12:31,999 --> 01:12:34,828 [loud clanking] 659 01:12:49,016 --> 01:12:51,584 [ominous music] 660 01:13:11,648 --> 01:13:14,868 [indistinct speaking] 661 01:13:39,502 --> 01:13:42,069 [ominous music] 662 01:14:06,050 --> 01:14:08,531 [loud thuds] 663 01:14:13,927 --> 01:14:16,626 [loud screaming] 664 01:14:17,844 --> 01:14:20,456 [ominous music] 665 01:15:21,038 --> 01:15:22,343 - No, no, no, no. 666 01:15:27,218 --> 01:15:30,003 [heavy breathing] 667 01:15:56,290 --> 01:15:59,119 [faint sobbing] 668 01:16:00,033 --> 01:16:01,513 I'm sorry. 669 01:16:01,557 --> 01:16:02,601 I'm so sorry. 670 01:16:08,215 --> 01:16:11,044 [loud slapping] 671 01:16:37,157 --> 01:16:39,856 [loud ringing] 672 01:16:50,954 --> 01:16:51,737 Is. 673 01:16:57,613 --> 01:16:59,876 - I don't know what to say. 674 01:17:00,920 --> 01:17:02,269 - I'm so sorry. 675 01:17:04,141 --> 01:17:05,621 I fucked up I fucked up bad. 676 01:17:06,447 --> 01:17:09,233 [heavy breathing] 677 01:17:13,716 --> 01:17:16,240 I don't know what went so wrong, I don't get it. 678 01:17:17,154 --> 01:17:19,460 - What do you wanna do? 679 01:17:22,725 --> 01:17:23,769 Do you wanna fix it? 680 01:17:27,817 --> 01:17:29,253 - [Ryan] I don't know if I can. 681 01:17:35,912 --> 01:17:36,913 - I need you to try. 682 01:17:43,223 --> 01:17:44,094 Okay I'm gonna go. 683 01:17:47,619 --> 01:17:50,100 [loud winds] 684 01:17:52,276 --> 01:17:54,844 [loud rumbling] 685 01:18:06,159 --> 01:18:08,988 [ominous music] 686 01:18:19,346 --> 01:18:22,393 [loud shattering] 687 01:18:47,244 --> 01:18:49,986 [solemn music] 688 01:19:34,552 --> 01:19:37,163 [eerie music] 689 01:21:24,270 --> 01:21:26,055 - [Narrator] Hi daddy! 690 01:21:37,718 --> 01:21:40,025 He's got your serious face. 691 01:22:30,989 --> 01:22:33,557 [loud scraping] 692 01:23:03,500 --> 01:23:06,416 [loud crackling] 693 01:23:21,344 --> 01:23:24,216 [slow paced music] 694 01:24:57,788 --> 01:24:59,137 - Ah, you're here! 695 01:25:03,098 --> 01:25:06,405 He wasn't exactly sure when you'd get back. 696 01:25:06,449 --> 01:25:08,625 I'm glad that you guys came around. 697 01:25:08,668 --> 01:25:10,627 Well, it seemed like he probably was the one 698 01:25:10,670 --> 01:25:13,412 that needed more coming around than you did. 699 01:25:13,456 --> 01:25:15,066 Eh, what do I know? 700 01:25:16,937 --> 01:25:17,721 - I don't know. 701 01:25:18,939 --> 01:25:21,812 - Oh and he told me the great news! 702 01:25:21,855 --> 01:25:24,162 Congratulations. 703 01:25:24,206 --> 01:25:26,730 This is gonna be the perfect nest egg for you two. 704 01:25:28,253 --> 01:25:29,776 Alright. 705 01:25:29,820 --> 01:25:31,169 I better be off. 706 01:25:32,649 --> 01:25:34,041 I have a house to sell! 707 01:25:36,000 --> 01:25:38,872 [slow paced music] 708 01:26:19,696 --> 01:26:21,611 - So you told the real estate lady. 709 01:26:27,878 --> 01:26:30,402 - I'm ready to tell everyone. 710 01:27:06,525 --> 01:27:09,398 [faint rock music] 711 01:27:26,197 --> 01:27:27,720 - [Narrator] Hello. 712 01:27:27,764 --> 01:27:28,808 - Hi. 713 01:27:31,724 --> 01:27:34,858 The younger guy who works here, are you his dad? 714 01:27:34,901 --> 01:27:36,033 - [Clerk] Guilty, yes. 715 01:27:36,903 --> 01:27:38,731 - Is he here today? 716 01:27:38,775 --> 01:27:41,952 - [Clerk] No, he ran off last week somewhere. 717 01:27:42,909 --> 01:27:43,954 Yeah with his girlfriend. 718 01:27:45,172 --> 01:27:47,262 He does that every time she comes into town. 719 01:27:49,307 --> 01:27:50,830 [laughter] 720 01:27:50,874 --> 01:27:52,963 So is this all? 721 01:27:53,006 --> 01:27:53,964 - I think so. 722 01:27:56,009 --> 01:27:57,707 - [Clerk] 23.50. 723 01:27:57,750 --> 01:27:58,795 - I got it. 724 01:28:04,714 --> 01:28:06,281 - [Clerk] Thank you. 725 01:28:10,850 --> 01:28:12,112 And here's your change. 726 01:28:15,768 --> 01:28:16,508 - Thank you. 727 01:28:16,552 --> 01:28:17,335 - Thank you. 728 01:28:17,379 --> 01:28:18,118 - [Clerk] Thank you. 729 01:28:18,162 --> 01:28:19,729 - I got this. 730 01:28:19,772 --> 01:28:20,512 - [Clerk] Have a nice day. 731 01:28:20,556 --> 01:28:22,340 - [Ryan] Thanks a lot. 732 01:28:23,530 --> 01:28:58,530 Farid Morocco 733 01:28:44,928 --> 01:28:47,757 [ominous music] 734 01:29:33,846 --> 01:29:36,414 ♪ Up in the mornin' 735 01:29:36,458 --> 01:29:38,634 ♪ Out on the job 736 01:29:38,677 --> 01:29:43,682 ♪ Work like the devil for my pay ♪ 737 01:29:44,553 --> 01:29:47,643 ♪ But that lucky old sun 738 01:29:47,686 --> 01:29:49,993 ♪ Got nothin' to do 739 01:29:50,036 --> 01:29:55,041 ♪ But roll around heaven all day ♪ 740 01:29:56,521 --> 01:29:59,568 ♪ Show me that river 741 01:29:59,611 --> 01:30:02,484 ♪ Take me across 742 01:30:02,527 --> 01:30:07,184 ♪ Wash all my troubles away 743 01:30:07,227 --> 01:30:10,666 ♪ Like that lucky old sun 744 01:30:10,709 --> 01:30:13,886 ♪ Give me nothing to do 745 01:30:13,930 --> 01:30:17,455 ♪ But roll around heaven all day ♪ 746 01:30:17,499 --> 01:30:19,849 ♪ Right from the dawn in 747 01:30:19,892 --> 01:30:22,939 ♪ Through til the evening 748 01:30:22,982 --> 01:30:25,985 ♪ Nothing but slaving 749 01:30:26,029 --> 01:30:30,990 ♪ And all the time I fell 750 01:30:31,034 --> 01:30:35,734 ♪ Weary so weary 751 01:30:35,778 --> 01:30:38,476 ♪ Out in the mornin' 752 01:30:38,520 --> 01:30:41,218 ♪ Out on the job 753 01:30:41,261 --> 01:30:46,266 ♪ Work like the devil for my pay ♪ 754 01:30:47,180 --> 01:30:50,967 ♪ But that lucky old sun 755 01:30:51,010 --> 01:30:53,404 ♪ Got nothing to do 756 01:30:53,448 --> 01:30:58,453 ♪ But roll around heaven all day ♪ 757 01:31:00,019 --> 01:31:03,109 ♪ Fuss with my woman 758 01:31:03,153 --> 01:31:05,372 ♪ Toil for my kids 759 01:31:05,416 --> 01:31:10,421 ♪ Swear til I'm wrinkled and gray ♪ 760 01:31:11,291 --> 01:31:14,686 ♪ While that lucky old sun 761 01:31:14,730 --> 01:31:17,776 ♪ Has nothing to do 762 01:31:17,820 --> 01:31:22,825 ♪ But roll around heaven all day ♪ 763 01:31:24,217 --> 01:31:27,133 ♪ Good Lord above 764 01:31:27,177 --> 01:31:31,224 ♪ Can't you know I'm finding 765 01:31:31,268 --> 01:31:36,273 ♪ Tears all in my eyes 766 01:31:36,969 --> 01:31:40,059 ♪ Send down that cloud 767 01:31:40,103 --> 01:31:43,541 ♪ With a silver lining 768 01:31:43,585 --> 01:31:48,590 ♪ Lift me to Paradise 769 01:31:50,069 --> 01:31:55,074 ♪ Show me that river, take me across ♪ 770 01:31:56,641 --> 01:32:01,559 ♪ And wash all my troubles away ♪ 771 01:32:02,473 --> 01:32:05,084 ♪ Like that lucky old sun 772 01:32:05,128 --> 01:32:09,001 ♪ Give me nothing to do 773 01:32:09,045 --> 01:32:13,092 ♪ But roll around Heaven 774 01:32:13,136 --> 01:32:15,442 ♪ All day