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Call me. 13 00:06:25,644 --> 00:06:27,013 Oh, God. 14 00:06:47,199 --> 00:06:48,634 Hm. 15 00:07:27,339 --> 00:07:28,908 Good morning. 16 00:07:28,941 --> 00:07:30,676 Good morning, Lilith. 17 00:07:30,709 --> 00:07:32,344 Did you enjoy yourself last night? 18 00:07:32,378 --> 00:07:34,280 Always. 19 00:07:34,313 --> 00:07:36,682 I'd say it was a success, wouldn't you? 20 00:07:36,715 --> 00:07:37,750 I'd say. 21 00:07:37,783 --> 00:07:39,251 Did you sleep well? 22 00:07:40,186 --> 00:07:41,586 Oh, yeah. 23 00:07:42,254 --> 00:07:43,289 I did, too. 24 00:07:44,356 --> 00:07:46,826 I found since I quit drinking, I sleep much better. 25 00:07:47,660 --> 00:07:49,128 I wouldn't know anything about that. 26 00:07:49,161 --> 00:07:50,362 Mm-hmm. 27 00:07:50,396 --> 00:07:52,064 Why are you up so early? 28 00:07:52,798 --> 00:07:55,034 I received a phone call I thought you should know about. 29 00:07:55,067 --> 00:07:56,969 Uh, anything important? 30 00:07:57,937 --> 00:08:01,040 It seems Katie Marro was in an accident last night. 31 00:08:02,041 --> 00:08:05,077 Adorno, you know we invested heavily in Katie. 32 00:08:05,111 --> 00:08:06,212 I know. 33 00:08:07,079 --> 00:08:08,881 She's not your average pop-tart. 34 00:08:10,249 --> 00:08:12,785 It's too bad it didn't work out. 35 00:08:12,818 --> 00:08:14,253 It happens. 36 00:08:14,286 --> 00:08:18,157 Well, with stardom comes power and influence. 37 00:08:18,190 --> 00:08:19,692 You know that. 38 00:08:20,192 --> 00:08:21,994 I don't think you understand. 39 00:08:23,963 --> 00:08:26,198 Things did not proceed as planned. 40 00:08:27,733 --> 00:08:28,767 Which part? 41 00:08:29,301 --> 00:08:30,769 None of it. 42 00:08:31,170 --> 00:08:32,671 What do you mean? 43 00:08:33,239 --> 00:08:35,307 There was an accident? 44 00:08:35,341 --> 00:08:38,911 They all died except Katie. 45 00:08:39,411 --> 00:08:40,779 Katie's alive? 46 00:08:41,981 --> 00:08:46,185 She is, she's in serious condition, but she is alive. 47 00:08:46,218 --> 00:08:47,820 Where is she? 48 00:08:47,853 --> 00:08:48,954 Hammonton? 49 00:08:49,755 --> 00:08:50,990 I see. 50 00:08:52,825 --> 00:08:54,827 Where was it to take place? 51 00:08:54,860 --> 00:08:56,095 Her lake house. 52 00:08:57,163 --> 00:08:58,831 Do you think she caught on? 53 00:08:58,864 --> 00:09:00,299 Well, how should I know? 54 00:09:00,332 --> 00:09:02,701 We need to clean this up. Henry was in that car. 55 00:09:02,735 --> 00:09:05,304 We need to have his information redacted from the police report. 56 00:09:06,472 --> 00:09:09,108 Who do we have in Hammonton? 57 00:09:09,808 --> 00:09:11,076 No need. 58 00:09:11,110 --> 00:09:12,478 There's a woman. 59 00:09:12,511 --> 00:09:15,347 Alicia Gazzara. She has a copy. 60 00:09:15,381 --> 00:09:19,018 Apparently, she's an investigative journalist with the Hammonton Herald. 61 00:09:19,051 --> 00:09:21,253 Ugh, I hate small towns. 62 00:09:22,054 --> 00:09:23,422 That's not all. 63 00:09:23,455 --> 00:09:27,259 Katie and this Alicia were close, apparently. 64 00:09:28,894 --> 00:09:32,131 I'm assuming Alicia and the entire town will take an interest in this. 65 00:09:32,164 --> 00:09:36,769 Oh, well, it looks like all the stars aligned for Katie Marro. 66 00:09:37,336 --> 00:09:39,772 Too bad I'm going to have to un-align them. 67 00:09:40,439 --> 00:09:44,877 I'll consult with my people about preparing an official story for the media. 68 00:09:44,910 --> 00:09:48,147 I think Alicia Gazzara might have a different story, my dear. 69 00:09:48,180 --> 00:09:50,316 Oh, of course. 70 00:09:52,918 --> 00:09:57,156 Hello, Alicia Gazzara of bumble fuck Hammonton. 71 00:09:59,058 --> 00:10:01,293 Welcome to the rabbit hole. 72 00:10:12,571 --> 00:10:15,841 I can't believe she missed another meeting this morning. 73 00:10:15,874 --> 00:10:17,142 I hope everything's okay. 74 00:10:17,176 --> 00:10:19,011 I'm gonna talk to her. 75 00:10:19,044 --> 00:10:20,813 The elections are coming up and I'm going to be really busy. 76 00:10:20,846 --> 00:10:23,215 I can't do my job if she doesn't do hers. 77 00:10:23,249 --> 00:10:24,950 I understand. 78 00:10:26,418 --> 00:10:28,120 Is she's still covering the red, white and blueberry festival meetings? 79 00:10:28,153 --> 00:10:30,222 Yeah. 80 00:10:30,256 --> 00:10:32,858 Did I leave my lake water quality committee folder in your office? 81 00:10:32,891 --> 00:10:34,927 You did. Yeah. I made some additional notes 82 00:10:34,960 --> 00:10:36,929 and I think you should include interviews with the Lake residents. 83 00:10:36,962 --> 00:10:38,163 I want to know their opinions. 84 00:10:38,197 --> 00:10:39,431 Good idea. 85 00:10:53,279 --> 00:10:56,849 Uh, do me a favor and take this to the filing room. Thank you. 86 00:10:57,149 --> 00:10:58,584 Hey, Alicia. 87 00:10:58,617 --> 00:11:00,352 Can I have the accident report in my office? 88 00:11:00,386 --> 00:11:02,388 Already got it. I was up early. 89 00:11:02,421 --> 00:11:04,890 Did you know Katie Marro was in a car crash early this morning? 90 00:11:05,424 --> 00:11:06,558 Just heard about it. 91 00:11:07,727 --> 00:11:11,230 The chamber meeting you missed, my room when you're ready. 92 00:11:17,303 --> 00:11:20,572 She was up early, stayed up late is more like it. 93 00:11:22,308 --> 00:11:24,543 Go over my notes. 94 00:11:24,576 --> 00:11:28,280 Main issue seems to be the lowering of the length and whether it's not necessary. 95 00:11:28,314 --> 00:11:30,349 Which month, how many feet, duration? 96 00:11:30,382 --> 00:11:32,284 I don't think some of the Lake residents are happy about it. 97 00:11:32,318 --> 00:11:33,252 Did you find out why? 98 00:11:33,285 --> 00:11:34,353 I'm on it. 99 00:11:35,921 --> 00:11:38,090 Hi, Rusty. 100 00:11:38,123 --> 00:11:40,192 Hey, Giana. 101 00:11:40,225 --> 00:11:43,462 About Katie's accident, I was wondering if I could work on this today. 102 00:11:43,495 --> 00:11:47,066 I've been researching the passengers and something doesn't add up. 103 00:11:47,099 --> 00:11:48,967 What's up? 104 00:11:49,001 --> 00:11:51,503 Well, the three men that were in the car with Katie all died. 105 00:11:51,537 --> 00:11:53,472 Katie's the only survivor. 106 00:11:54,039 --> 00:11:56,141 Okay. 107 00:11:56,175 --> 00:11:58,645 Well, one of the guys, the guy in the passenger seat, Henry Lee Lucas, 108 00:11:58,678 --> 00:12:01,280 he was a self-confessed convicted serial killer. 109 00:12:01,313 --> 00:12:03,182 Are you serious? 110 00:12:03,215 --> 00:12:05,584 And Jon De Bauer who was in the backseat with Katie, 111 00:12:05,617 --> 00:12:09,621 he was heir to the global pharmaceutical giant BNB enterprises. 112 00:12:09,656 --> 00:12:11,357 I haven't gotten to the third guy yet. 113 00:12:11,390 --> 00:12:14,159 Maybe he's a lion that needed some courage. 114 00:12:15,160 --> 00:12:17,196 I'm sorry. 115 00:12:17,229 --> 00:12:19,198 The serial killer thing just struck me as being a little farfetched. 116 00:12:19,231 --> 00:12:21,668 I know it sounds crazy, but it's true. 117 00:12:21,701 --> 00:12:23,502 I'd really like to keep working on this. 118 00:12:23,535 --> 00:12:25,504 Katie and I used to be really close. 119 00:12:25,537 --> 00:12:27,005 Yeah, I remember. 120 00:12:27,039 --> 00:12:28,440 You were friends with Katie Marro? 121 00:12:28,474 --> 00:12:30,376 Katie Marro was born and raised here. 122 00:12:30,409 --> 00:12:32,478 I know that. Everybody knows that. 123 00:12:32,511 --> 00:12:34,546 - I just... - Didn't think we'd be friends? 124 00:12:34,580 --> 00:12:37,216 - No, I just... - You just what, Giana? 125 00:12:37,983 --> 00:12:39,985 I just didn't think you two were the same age. 126 00:12:40,018 --> 00:12:41,253 Thanks. 127 00:12:41,286 --> 00:12:43,622 Alicia, I didn't mean it like that. 128 00:12:43,656 --> 00:12:46,358 I think your relationship with Katie is a good thing. 129 00:12:46,392 --> 00:12:48,994 Just be sure to work with someone that could double check your research. 130 00:12:49,027 --> 00:12:50,329 That's all. 131 00:12:50,362 --> 00:12:52,331 I don't need help with my research. 132 00:12:52,364 --> 00:12:53,565 You can look up the names yourself. Here's the police report. 133 00:12:53,599 --> 00:12:55,100 No, I trust your research. 134 00:12:55,134 --> 00:12:56,969 You just weren't yourself last week. 135 00:12:57,002 --> 00:12:59,104 So I thought collaborating with someone in the beginning 136 00:12:59,138 --> 00:13:01,473 might be helpful until you get your life back on track. 137 00:13:01,507 --> 00:13:06,078 It's unprofessional to bring up a coworker's personal life during a meeting, Giana. 138 00:13:06,111 --> 00:13:08,447 It's unprofessional to skip meetings 139 00:13:08,480 --> 00:13:10,549 and expect others to do the work for you. 140 00:13:10,582 --> 00:13:13,653 I don't expect anything, especially from a 22-year-old, 141 00:13:13,686 --> 00:13:15,621 who can't even begin to understand what I was going through. 142 00:13:15,655 --> 00:13:18,557 All right. Let's move on. 143 00:13:19,191 --> 00:13:22,428 Rusty, I'm gonna go call my aunt. She works at the hospital. 144 00:13:22,461 --> 00:13:23,730 That might be helpful. 145 00:13:23,763 --> 00:13:25,197 Is that okay? 146 00:13:25,230 --> 00:13:26,432 Yeah, it's fine. 147 00:13:37,576 --> 00:13:40,747 Rusty, I need this story. I can do this. 148 00:13:40,780 --> 00:13:43,081 The Marros were like a second family to me. 149 00:13:43,115 --> 00:13:45,384 No one else has my connections to this family. 150 00:13:45,417 --> 00:13:47,986 This is personal. 151 00:13:48,020 --> 00:13:51,590 This is Katie's story and a lot of people in this town are interested in it already. 152 00:13:51,623 --> 00:13:53,158 Your research has to be spot on. 153 00:13:53,192 --> 00:13:55,227 My research is always spot on. 154 00:13:55,260 --> 00:13:57,329 So Katie's in serious condition 155 00:13:57,362 --> 00:14:00,032 and the other three male passengers are definitely dead. 156 00:14:00,065 --> 00:14:03,335 My aunt also said that it's a really weird scene at the hospital. 157 00:14:03,368 --> 00:14:06,739 A lot of out-of-towners wearing black and carrying two phones. 158 00:14:07,439 --> 00:14:09,007 Thanks, Giana. 159 00:14:10,342 --> 00:14:11,343 Thanks again for covering the chamber meeting this morning. 160 00:14:11,376 --> 00:14:12,344 I appreciate it. 161 00:14:12,377 --> 00:14:14,079 No problem. 162 00:14:14,112 --> 00:14:15,981 Let me know if you need help with anything else. 163 00:14:21,153 --> 00:14:24,189 Rusty, my research is meticulous. 164 00:14:24,223 --> 00:14:26,391 I worked at one of the best newspapers in Philadelphia. 165 00:14:26,425 --> 00:14:28,160 Not anymore. 166 00:14:28,460 --> 00:14:30,697 You work here now and you've barely been doing that lately. 167 00:14:30,730 --> 00:14:35,033 Last week was difficult for me for personal reasons, but that's all over. 168 00:14:35,067 --> 00:14:36,435 I'm back on track. 169 00:14:36,468 --> 00:14:38,437 Last week, you were late more than once. 170 00:14:38,470 --> 00:14:40,773 You missed a chamber meeting and you missed two deadlines. 171 00:14:40,807 --> 00:14:43,810 And I also noticed that you left early on Friday to go to a nada. 172 00:14:43,843 --> 00:14:46,646 Friday was my worst day. That's not who I am. 173 00:14:46,679 --> 00:14:48,681 I should've taken a mental health day. 174 00:14:48,715 --> 00:14:51,383 Yet, well, when you're at work, I need you to be focused. 175 00:14:51,416 --> 00:14:55,420 Hammonton turns a 150 in March, and we're going to get busier than usual covering events. 176 00:14:59,157 --> 00:15:00,592 We were just asked by the Kiwanis Club 177 00:15:00,627 --> 00:15:02,294 to do a story on this commemorative blanket. 178 00:15:02,327 --> 00:15:05,264 Rusty, please. Let me do this story on Katie. 179 00:15:05,297 --> 00:15:08,668 I feel inspired and I haven't felt this way in a while. 180 00:15:08,701 --> 00:15:10,770 I can't write about a fucking blanket. 181 00:15:10,803 --> 00:15:15,340 I need a story that will give me back my focus. And this is it. 182 00:15:17,342 --> 00:15:19,144 You know why I hired you back, Alicia? 183 00:15:20,479 --> 00:15:22,047 It wasn't charity. 184 00:15:22,080 --> 00:15:25,384 You have the credentials, but if I give you Katie's story and you mess it up, 185 00:15:27,352 --> 00:15:28,587 that'll be your last chance. 186 00:15:29,956 --> 00:15:32,624 I won't mess this up. You have my word. That's all in the past. 187 00:15:32,659 --> 00:15:35,327 I won't let you down. I promise. 188 00:15:38,263 --> 00:15:41,768 Let me think about it. 189 00:15:42,635 --> 00:15:46,138 Well, can I at least stop by later to show you what I've done so far? 190 00:15:47,907 --> 00:15:49,842 Yeah, it'd be fine. 191 00:17:06,418 --> 00:17:09,822 Passenger number one, the driver. 192 00:17:09,856 --> 00:17:13,826 General Mitchell Black, retired army intelligence officer 193 00:17:13,860 --> 00:17:16,863 who specialized in psychological operations. 194 00:17:16,896 --> 00:17:20,432 Wrote a book titled, Silent Weapons for Silent Wars, 195 00:17:20,465 --> 00:17:23,636 which lays out a step-by-step plan to conquer the world 196 00:17:23,670 --> 00:17:28,206 through propaganda, currency devaluation, economic shock, 197 00:17:28,240 --> 00:17:30,475 and constant warfare. 198 00:17:30,977 --> 00:17:33,813 His second book was titled, 199 00:17:33,846 --> 00:17:38,751 Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll: How the Aquarian Conspiracy Killed the American Family. 200 00:17:39,284 --> 00:17:42,487 His third book was titled, A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing, 201 00:17:42,521 --> 00:17:45,892 The Fabian Society, Tavistock and the Beatles. 202 00:17:45,925 --> 00:17:48,961 He also co-wrote the Satanic Bible. 203 00:17:49,862 --> 00:17:51,731 Sounds like a nice guy, easy going. 204 00:17:53,498 --> 00:17:55,902 Passenger number two, backseat. 205 00:17:55,935 --> 00:17:57,970 Jon De Bauer the fourth, 206 00:17:58,004 --> 00:18:01,808 billionaire heir to the family pharmaceutical fortune BNB enterprises 207 00:18:01,841 --> 00:18:03,876 worth about 26 billion. 208 00:18:04,476 --> 00:18:07,814 Personal net worth an estimated one billion. 209 00:18:07,847 --> 00:18:11,751 Founded the charity World Vision Global Foundation, 210 00:18:11,784 --> 00:18:16,321 which is currently under investigation for a food for sex scandal in Haiti. 211 00:18:17,056 --> 00:18:21,359 He has been described as a jet setter who enjoys polo, 212 00:18:21,393 --> 00:18:23,395 playmates and philanthropy. 213 00:18:23,428 --> 00:18:24,463 Wow. 214 00:18:26,632 --> 00:18:29,702 Passenger number three, Henry Lee Lucas, 215 00:18:29,736 --> 00:18:34,040 passenger seat, a self-confessed serial killer. 216 00:18:34,073 --> 00:18:39,411 He was sentenced to between 20 to 40 years imprisonment for killing his mother. 217 00:18:39,444 --> 00:18:42,614 While in custody, he confessed to over 60 murders. 218 00:18:42,648 --> 00:18:45,484 Some of his alleged treatment was odd for someone 219 00:18:45,517 --> 00:18:48,620 whom the police believed to be a cunning mass murderer. 220 00:18:48,654 --> 00:18:54,493 He was rarely handcuffed, often allowed to wander police stations in jails at will 221 00:18:54,526 --> 00:18:57,529 and even knew the codes to the security doors. 222 00:18:58,597 --> 00:19:02,068 He also confessed to being a professional assassin 223 00:19:02,101 --> 00:19:06,973 and that his murders were not random, just made to look that way. 224 00:19:07,006 --> 00:19:09,842 He was pardoned one week before he was scheduled to be executed 225 00:19:09,876 --> 00:19:12,879 by then governor of Texas, George W. Bush, 226 00:19:12,912 --> 00:19:15,815 who had his death sentence commuted to life in prison. 227 00:19:16,448 --> 00:19:21,888 Besides murder, he was involved with a Satanic cult called the Hand of Death Cult. 228 00:19:22,822 --> 00:19:25,992 He was also friends with Otis Toole, the serial killer, 229 00:19:26,025 --> 00:19:29,394 who confessed to murdering Adam Walsh. 230 00:19:29,427 --> 00:19:33,666 And not one news outlet to date has even mentioned his name. 231 00:19:33,699 --> 00:19:35,968 In literally, every article I read online, 232 00:19:36,002 --> 00:19:39,304 these guys are mentioned as the other passengers. 233 00:19:40,539 --> 00:19:41,974 Can't figure it out. 234 00:19:42,642 --> 00:19:45,544 I'm not a conspiracy theorist, but this. 235 00:19:45,577 --> 00:19:47,747 We have to consider all the possibilities 236 00:19:47,780 --> 00:19:51,483 and it might be true that the rich and powerful entities in Hollywood 237 00:19:51,516 --> 00:19:55,453 want this to go away because Katie's new movie comes out soon. 238 00:19:58,057 --> 00:20:03,562 Passenger number four, Catherine Heather Marro. Backseat. 239 00:20:03,595 --> 00:20:09,467 Hammontonian, former Blueberry Queen, University of the Arts graduate, 240 00:20:09,501 --> 00:20:12,805 Broadway actress, and soon to be international movie star 241 00:20:12,839 --> 00:20:17,009 when her film, The Supernatural Secrets of Big Business Success 242 00:20:17,043 --> 00:20:18,978 is released on Halloween. 243 00:20:20,713 --> 00:20:22,547 Okay. 244 00:20:24,150 --> 00:20:28,386 So, most likely, these guys were taking Katie to her house. 245 00:20:28,955 --> 00:20:30,923 Was she commuting to New York City? 246 00:20:30,957 --> 00:20:32,124 She could have. 247 00:20:32,158 --> 00:20:33,592 New York's only 90 miles from here. 248 00:20:33,625 --> 00:20:35,628 And yet a world away. 249 00:20:35,661 --> 00:20:41,499 So where were they coming from? That's the question. 250 00:20:42,001 --> 00:20:44,402 We could ask Joeboy to check the GPS. 251 00:20:44,904 --> 00:20:45,771 Good idea. 252 00:20:46,939 --> 00:20:51,509 Why were these four people in the same car? 253 00:20:52,178 --> 00:20:54,113 That's what you're going to find out. 254 00:20:54,847 --> 00:20:57,582 Thank you. I won't let you down. 255 00:20:57,616 --> 00:21:00,452 I've been up all night working on this. 256 00:21:00,485 --> 00:21:02,420 I can tell. It's impressive. 257 00:21:03,723 --> 00:21:04,824 Good job. 258 00:21:06,225 --> 00:21:12,397 Well, it's getting late. You must be exhausted. Let's call it a day. 259 00:21:12,965 --> 00:21:15,433 Maybe we could grab lunch tomorrow 260 00:21:15,467 --> 00:21:17,136 and begin to wrap our heads around all this. 261 00:21:17,169 --> 00:21:18,905 I'd love to hear your thoughts. 262 00:21:19,839 --> 00:21:23,608 Yeah, working lunch would be fine. 263 00:21:23,643 --> 00:21:24,944 Annata at one? 264 00:21:24,977 --> 00:21:25,878 Sounds good. 265 00:21:26,611 --> 00:21:28,748 Rusty, thanks again. 266 00:21:28,781 --> 00:21:31,117 It means the world to me that you gave me this story, 267 00:21:31,150 --> 00:21:32,952 especially after the week I have had. 268 00:21:33,786 --> 00:21:36,055 I matched the right person with the right story. 269 00:21:37,189 --> 00:21:38,891 I thought you were perfect for this. 270 00:21:38,925 --> 00:21:41,928 I'm ready for bed. 271 00:22:14,160 --> 00:22:16,262 Rusty. How are you? 272 00:22:16,295 --> 00:22:17,763 How are you? 273 00:22:17,797 --> 00:22:19,497 What's Miss New Jersey doing home? 274 00:22:19,531 --> 00:22:21,634 Back to find your roots? 275 00:22:21,667 --> 00:22:24,270 Sure. I really wanted to see Katie, but they wouldn't let me in. 276 00:22:24,303 --> 00:22:25,537 So sad. 277 00:22:25,570 --> 00:22:26,706 Yeah, absolutely. 278 00:22:26,739 --> 00:22:27,740 Brendan's off this weekend. 279 00:22:27,773 --> 00:22:28,674 Have you guys met? 280 00:22:28,708 --> 00:22:29,909 We've not met. Big fan. 281 00:22:29,942 --> 00:22:30,977 - Oh, really? - Absolutely. 282 00:22:31,010 --> 00:22:33,145 Awesome. 283 00:22:33,179 --> 00:22:34,647 What happened last weekend? Pulled the flag on you a little earlier there. 284 00:22:34,680 --> 00:22:36,215 Yeah, I threw the caution note out 285 00:22:36,248 --> 00:22:38,084 before I took the lead so I ended up getting third. 286 00:22:38,117 --> 00:22:40,186 Criminal. Criminal. 287 00:22:40,219 --> 00:22:42,121 Well, it'd be great to get an interview before you go. 288 00:22:42,154 --> 00:22:45,124 Ah, maybe. I'm leaving town, so might miss me. 289 00:22:45,157 --> 00:22:46,792 - Next time. We'll see you. - All right. Next time. 290 00:22:46,826 --> 00:22:48,027 Nice to see everybody. Hey, nice to meet you. 291 00:22:48,060 --> 00:22:49,128 - Nice to meet you. - Take care. 292 00:22:50,562 --> 00:22:52,231 Hey, ladies. 293 00:22:52,264 --> 00:22:54,100 - How is everybody doing? Good? - Hey, how are you? 294 00:22:54,133 --> 00:22:56,568 You, too. Get that subscription back, all right? 295 00:23:06,212 --> 00:23:08,114 Hey, Rusty. 296 00:23:09,915 --> 00:23:11,217 Anything new? 297 00:23:21,360 --> 00:23:25,231 Still no mention of the pastor's identities anywhere. 298 00:23:25,264 --> 00:23:29,668 How Henry Lee Lucas isn't front page news is beyond me? 299 00:23:29,702 --> 00:23:30,970 Should've lost sleep over that guy? 300 00:23:31,771 --> 00:23:34,106 People like that live in a parallel universe 301 00:23:34,140 --> 00:23:36,876 and rarely come in contact with the little people. 302 00:23:37,309 --> 00:23:39,712 What do you mean? 303 00:23:39,745 --> 00:23:42,915 Have you ever crossed paths with an international playboy billionaire 304 00:23:42,948 --> 00:23:45,918 from one of the most elite families on Earth 305 00:23:45,951 --> 00:23:51,323 or a former army intelligence officer and published author? 306 00:23:52,191 --> 00:23:55,761 Or a convicted murderer who spent most of his life in jail? 307 00:23:55,795 --> 00:23:57,129 No, and I wouldn't want to. 308 00:23:57,163 --> 00:24:00,800 Well, Lucas is a whole other story. 309 00:24:00,833 --> 00:24:06,705 It's just intriguing that somehow they were in Katie's circle. 310 00:24:07,339 --> 00:24:09,008 I know. 311 00:24:10,810 --> 00:24:13,879 It's difficult for me to believe that Katie would willingly go anywhere with men like that. 312 00:24:14,380 --> 00:24:17,817 We're in the big leagues now where the rules don't apply. 313 00:24:19,151 --> 00:24:20,152 In what way? 314 00:24:21,153 --> 00:24:23,889 What did everyone in that car have in common? 315 00:24:23,923 --> 00:24:28,027 They were either rich, powerful or connected. 316 00:24:28,894 --> 00:24:30,229 Well, to get dirty. 317 00:24:30,262 --> 00:24:31,831 Ah, that goes without saying. 318 00:24:31,864 --> 00:24:34,166 My mom used to say, "If you see a rich man, 319 00:24:34,200 --> 00:24:37,736 you better believe he stepped on a whole bunch of people to get there." 320 00:24:38,871 --> 00:24:40,239 I don't believe that. 321 00:24:40,806 --> 00:24:42,408 I know a lot of well-off people who live in this town 322 00:24:42,441 --> 00:24:44,677 and who do a lot for this community. 323 00:24:45,377 --> 00:24:48,114 They're not the people I'm talking about. 324 00:24:48,147 --> 00:24:53,385 The people we know are average people who were smart with their money. 325 00:24:53,419 --> 00:24:57,256 I'm talking about the very rich and the very wealthy 326 00:24:57,289 --> 00:24:59,658 and the very well-connected people 327 00:24:59,692 --> 00:25:02,228 that we peasants never come in contact with. 328 00:25:03,395 --> 00:25:05,297 They own billion-dollar companies 329 00:25:05,331 --> 00:25:08,234 and don't pay taxes and live above the law 330 00:25:08,267 --> 00:25:11,237 and control just about everything on this planet. 331 00:25:12,972 --> 00:25:14,974 Now you sound like a conspiracy theorist. 332 00:25:15,007 --> 00:25:19,945 I'm the opposite of a conspiracy theorist. I'm a realist. 333 00:25:20,980 --> 00:25:22,414 Let me ask you something. 334 00:25:23,816 --> 00:25:27,419 Do you believe that anyone with any real power is a good person? 335 00:25:28,220 --> 00:25:30,189 I prefer not to make blanket statements. 336 00:25:31,123 --> 00:25:32,858 The answer is no. 337 00:25:33,859 --> 00:25:36,195 Oh, and how are you so sure? 338 00:25:36,228 --> 00:25:41,467 Look at the world we live in. It's evil and the fish rots from the head down. 339 00:25:41,500 --> 00:25:43,936 And here's the thing. I don't blame them. 340 00:25:43,969 --> 00:25:46,705 Most people can't think for themselves, 341 00:25:46,739 --> 00:25:49,141 so they're just begging to be taken advantage of. 342 00:25:49,175 --> 00:25:51,143 That's why our medium is so powerful 343 00:25:51,177 --> 00:25:54,213 and why we need to be so careful with this story. 344 00:25:55,814 --> 00:25:56,882 Do you have any specials? 345 00:25:56,916 --> 00:25:58,083 Hi, June. How are you? 346 00:25:58,117 --> 00:25:59,418 Hey, I'm good, Rusty. 347 00:25:59,451 --> 00:26:01,320 Uh, we have eggplant parm today. 348 00:26:01,353 --> 00:26:04,190 Uh, I'll take that and an iced tea with lemon. Thanks. 349 00:26:04,223 --> 00:26:06,759 - Same. Thanks, June. - You got it. 350 00:26:08,460 --> 00:26:14,333 So in your opinion, those men were in Katie's social circle. 351 00:26:15,000 --> 00:26:18,971 Or she knew who they were. Look at the Epstein case. 352 00:26:19,004 --> 00:26:22,441 People from all different walks of life were connected to that guy. 353 00:26:24,977 --> 00:26:26,912 So what are you trying to say? 354 00:26:26,946 --> 00:26:30,149 There must be a connecting factor that we're missing. 355 00:26:31,850 --> 00:26:36,222 Maybe we should check to see if Jon De Bauer invested in any of Katie's movies. 356 00:26:37,122 --> 00:26:40,526 If that's the case, then she could have been taking him back to her place. 357 00:26:40,559 --> 00:26:43,262 Oh, come on, Katie never struck me as that type. 358 00:26:43,295 --> 00:26:45,164 Look what came out with Weinstein. 359 00:26:45,197 --> 00:26:47,299 A lot of women felt they had no option. 360 00:26:47,333 --> 00:26:50,035 They either slept with the producer or never worked again. 361 00:26:51,203 --> 00:26:52,738 It's crazy. 362 00:26:54,273 --> 00:26:57,843 Supposedly, his behavior was well-known in Hollywood, yet they were complicit. 363 00:26:57,876 --> 00:27:00,346 Yeah, the casting couch has been around forever. 364 00:27:00,379 --> 00:27:01,413 It doesn't make it right. 365 00:27:01,447 --> 00:27:02,881 Oh, I know. 366 00:27:02,915 --> 00:27:05,050 Another thing, 367 00:27:05,084 --> 00:27:07,486 Katie's not super-famous yet but she will be when the film is released. 368 00:27:07,519 --> 00:27:09,288 So we got to get the story out by then. 369 00:27:09,321 --> 00:27:11,790 Her film is set to be released on Halloween. 370 00:27:11,824 --> 00:27:14,560 Mm-hmm, yeah, well, I feel like I stepped into the twilight zone. 371 00:27:14,593 --> 00:27:16,128 I know. 372 00:27:17,496 --> 00:27:19,565 I don't want this story to read like some crazy conspiracy theory 373 00:27:19,598 --> 00:27:21,333 that makes me look ridiculous. 374 00:27:22,034 --> 00:27:24,236 Facts are facts. The truth is the truth. 375 00:27:24,270 --> 00:27:26,905 Does the truth still exist in our business? 376 00:27:26,939 --> 00:27:29,475 It does and it always will. 377 00:27:29,508 --> 00:27:32,044 The truth is what actually happened, period. 378 00:27:33,012 --> 00:27:37,016 Not sure how far into Lucas has criminal past I should go. 379 00:27:38,951 --> 00:27:41,954 Do I mention the Satanic cult thing 380 00:27:41,987 --> 00:27:45,291 or what about the general co-writing a Satanic Bible? 381 00:27:45,324 --> 00:27:46,892 What's up with that? 382 00:27:48,260 --> 00:27:50,362 I'd rather play up the rich and powerful De Bauer family 383 00:27:50,396 --> 00:27:51,830 and Katie, then movie star. 384 00:27:52,965 --> 00:27:57,936 Let me think about it. Listing Lucas's entire rap sheet isn't necessary. 385 00:27:58,470 --> 00:28:00,239 I mean, how does someone like that even get pardoned? 386 00:28:00,272 --> 00:28:01,307 I don't know. 387 00:28:01,340 --> 00:28:03,442 I mean, he signed a confession. 388 00:28:03,475 --> 00:28:05,444 Why would a future president of the United States 389 00:28:05,477 --> 00:28:08,280 and someone from such a prominent political family 390 00:28:08,314 --> 00:28:09,515 pardon someone like that? 391 00:28:09,548 --> 00:28:12,318 He wasn't actually pardoned. 392 00:28:12,351 --> 00:28:16,989 His sentence was commuted to life in prison instead of the death penalty 393 00:28:17,022 --> 00:28:20,559 because they couldn't prove that the one murder 394 00:28:20,592 --> 00:28:25,030 for which he was sentenced to death was actually committed by him. 395 00:28:25,064 --> 00:28:27,099 Great. I feel better now. 396 00:28:28,000 --> 00:28:29,301 So when are you going to talk to Katie's family. 397 00:28:29,335 --> 00:28:30,969 I'm going first thing in the morning. 398 00:28:31,003 --> 00:28:32,504 Good. 399 00:28:32,538 --> 00:28:34,306 See what information you can find out from Peter. 400 00:28:34,340 --> 00:28:36,308 Maybe she got in with a bad group, 401 00:28:36,342 --> 00:28:37,609 maybe something as simple as that. 402 00:28:37,644 --> 00:28:39,011 Drugs. 403 00:28:39,611 --> 00:28:40,647 It was an issue before. 404 00:28:40,680 --> 00:28:42,414 True. 405 00:28:42,448 --> 00:28:45,317 The whole thing could have been a drug deal gone bad. 406 00:28:46,251 --> 00:28:49,388 The drug world makes strange bedfellows. 407 00:29:09,074 --> 00:29:10,576 Hi, Mr. Marro. 408 00:29:10,609 --> 00:29:13,646 Alicia, it's been a long time. How have you been? 409 00:29:13,680 --> 00:29:16,348 I'm so sorry about Katie. How is she? 410 00:29:17,249 --> 00:29:18,550 She's improving. 411 00:29:18,584 --> 00:29:20,285 Uh, the surgery went well yesterday. 412 00:29:20,319 --> 00:29:21,420 That's good news. 413 00:29:21,453 --> 00:29:23,288 Yeah. 414 00:29:23,322 --> 00:29:25,624 So, I... I hear you're back in town, working at the Herald. 415 00:29:25,658 --> 00:29:27,092 Yep. 416 00:29:27,126 --> 00:29:29,228 I've been here almost six months. 417 00:29:29,261 --> 00:29:31,096 Good for you. 418 00:29:31,463 --> 00:29:34,133 I like it when the young choose to bring their talents back to town. 419 00:29:34,734 --> 00:29:37,536 - It's good to be home. - Yeah, yeah. 420 00:29:38,437 --> 00:29:40,072 Oh, Katie bought a home here. 421 00:29:40,539 --> 00:29:43,643 Yeah, we love having her so close. 422 00:29:43,676 --> 00:29:45,477 Yeah, I heard. 423 00:29:45,511 --> 00:29:47,680 We've just never crossed paths. 424 00:29:48,580 --> 00:29:50,549 - Until now. - Yeah. 425 00:29:52,284 --> 00:29:55,722 So, um, will the, uh, Herald be writing a story about the accident? 426 00:29:55,755 --> 00:29:57,156 I think so. 427 00:29:58,290 --> 00:30:00,159 You've probably had a ton of media interest, right? 428 00:30:01,293 --> 00:30:02,261 Not really. 429 00:30:03,562 --> 00:30:06,331 Who are all these people? 430 00:30:06,365 --> 00:30:07,667 I'm not sure. 431 00:30:07,700 --> 00:30:10,202 Supposedly Katie's manager sent them. 432 00:30:11,303 --> 00:30:12,538 Makes sense. 433 00:30:12,571 --> 00:30:14,573 Not much else does. 434 00:30:17,309 --> 00:30:18,711 Hey, Eddie. 435 00:30:18,745 --> 00:30:21,681 Um, Alicia, this is Katie's friend Eddie. 436 00:30:21,714 --> 00:30:23,650 I haven't seen you in forever. 437 00:30:23,683 --> 00:30:25,517 Yeah. And where have you been? 438 00:30:25,551 --> 00:30:27,986 I've been working in Philly the past seven years. 439 00:30:28,020 --> 00:30:30,456 Oh, cool. I heard you were back in town. 440 00:30:30,489 --> 00:30:34,259 Yep, started to work at the Herald about six months ago. 441 00:30:35,461 --> 00:30:37,029 Cool. 442 00:30:37,062 --> 00:30:38,430 You, uh, you writing a story about Katie? 443 00:30:38,464 --> 00:30:39,998 Yeah, most likely. 444 00:30:40,032 --> 00:30:42,100 So I heard you got the band back together. 445 00:30:42,134 --> 00:30:44,136 - How's that going? - It's great. 446 00:30:44,169 --> 00:30:47,506 Yeah, we, uh, we never broke up though. We just took a hiatus. 447 00:30:47,539 --> 00:30:49,408 Our drummer went into rehab so... 448 00:30:49,441 --> 00:30:50,677 Did you find a new drummer? 449 00:30:50,710 --> 00:30:52,611 No. No, Andy's back now. He's great. 450 00:30:52,645 --> 00:30:55,180 He, um, he's actually expecting a baby the next few months. 451 00:30:55,214 --> 00:30:56,683 Oh, great. 452 00:30:57,416 --> 00:30:59,251 What else have you been up to? 453 00:30:59,284 --> 00:31:01,654 You know, uh, schedule's pretty packed, actually. 454 00:31:01,688 --> 00:31:05,324 We pretty much playing out everywhere we can and play at Vinyl every Friday night. 455 00:31:05,357 --> 00:31:09,194 Uh, got a pretty big gig there coming up for their 150th celebration. 456 00:31:09,228 --> 00:31:12,498 Oh, everyone has their own definition of success. 457 00:31:12,531 --> 00:31:15,067 Truth. Yeah. 458 00:31:15,100 --> 00:31:18,370 You know, I find it, uh, kind of funny you're the one writing the story about Katie. 459 00:31:20,172 --> 00:31:21,373 Yeah, we were close. 460 00:31:22,474 --> 00:31:25,077 I just hope I can give Katie the story she deserves. 461 00:31:26,578 --> 00:31:30,616 Um, listen, uh, Alicia, well, we should talk, okay, but... but not here. 462 00:31:30,650 --> 00:31:32,584 Let me give you my card. 463 00:31:32,618 --> 00:31:35,420 Um, give me a call tomorrow if you get a minute. 464 00:31:38,490 --> 00:31:40,727 I'm, uh, I'm going to head in. 465 00:31:41,628 --> 00:31:42,561 Yeah. 466 00:31:42,594 --> 00:31:43,529 You sing to her? 467 00:31:44,731 --> 00:31:45,765 Yeah. 468 00:31:46,733 --> 00:31:48,467 Maybe I'll catch you at Vinyl. 469 00:31:49,301 --> 00:31:50,369 Cool. 470 00:31:52,504 --> 00:31:56,843 Peter, I got to go. I will call you tomorrow. I promise. 471 00:31:56,876 --> 00:31:58,577 I'd appreciate that. I really would. 472 00:32:00,579 --> 00:32:02,214 - We'll talk soon. - Take care. 473 00:32:21,634 --> 00:32:22,835 Oh. 474 00:32:23,703 --> 00:32:25,638 Back off, bitch. 475 00:32:32,177 --> 00:32:34,479 - Well, hello. - Hey, Jack, can we meet? 476 00:32:34,513 --> 00:32:36,315 I miss you, too. 477 00:32:36,348 --> 00:32:38,150 I wanna talk to you about Katie Marro. 478 00:32:38,183 --> 00:32:39,618 That's so crazy. Did you read my piece today? 479 00:32:39,652 --> 00:32:41,420 I doubt she'll ever be the same. 480 00:32:41,453 --> 00:32:43,422 I did read it and I have some questions. 481 00:32:43,455 --> 00:32:45,223 Can we meet tomorrow? 482 00:32:45,257 --> 00:32:47,159 Actually, I can probably meet you tomorrow. 483 00:32:47,192 --> 00:32:48,695 I'll be passing Hammonton on my way from the shore. 484 00:32:48,728 --> 00:32:50,395 I'll text you when I leave. Good? 485 00:32:50,429 --> 00:32:51,864 Let's meet at the lake. 486 00:32:51,898 --> 00:32:53,766 I like it. See you then, doll. 487 00:33:28,233 --> 00:33:29,568 God, I miss those boots. 488 00:33:29,601 --> 00:33:31,370 How's the Drum? 489 00:33:31,403 --> 00:33:32,604 Great. 490 00:33:32,639 --> 00:33:33,873 - How's the Herald? - Temporary. 491 00:33:33,906 --> 00:33:35,808 Well, I'm glad to hear that. 492 00:33:35,842 --> 00:33:37,644 You're too good to be writing stories about tumbleweeds. 493 00:33:37,677 --> 00:33:39,812 Why didn't your article on Katie's accident 494 00:33:39,846 --> 00:33:42,815 include any of the passenger's identities? 495 00:33:42,849 --> 00:33:44,684 Uh, well, you're right. 496 00:33:44,717 --> 00:33:46,518 It mostly revolved around Katie Marro. That's correct. 497 00:33:46,551 --> 00:33:48,821 Oh, why not cover everyone equally? 498 00:33:48,855 --> 00:33:50,188 Because not everyone is equal. 499 00:33:50,823 --> 00:33:52,892 Come on, Jack. 500 00:33:52,925 --> 00:33:55,594 It wasn't an in-depth investigative report if that's what you mean. 501 00:33:55,628 --> 00:33:58,296 We didn't get into every detail of the passengers' lives. 502 00:33:58,330 --> 00:34:03,268 "Katie Marro suffers a major head and back injuries in car crash." 503 00:34:03,301 --> 00:34:05,404 Yeah, that'll get your attention. 504 00:34:05,437 --> 00:34:08,340 "There were three other people in the vehicle, including the driver." 505 00:34:08,373 --> 00:34:09,942 And according to the police report, 506 00:34:09,976 --> 00:34:12,444 all three were pronounced dead at the scene. 507 00:34:12,477 --> 00:34:14,647 Names of the deceased will not be released 508 00:34:14,681 --> 00:34:16,983 until their families are contacted." 509 00:34:17,016 --> 00:34:18,651 Well, it's important to be sensitive. 510 00:34:18,685 --> 00:34:20,352 Take into account those families' feelings. 511 00:34:20,385 --> 00:34:22,689 Bullshit. I know you better than that, Jack. 512 00:34:22,722 --> 00:34:26,625 The article goes on to mention Katie's new film, 513 00:34:26,659 --> 00:34:29,662 her alcohol and drug-induced past 514 00:34:29,696 --> 00:34:32,464 and her rumored affair with her co-star 515 00:34:32,497 --> 00:34:35,233 and you end with some random doctor 516 00:34:35,267 --> 00:34:38,236 stating that she could have permanent brain damage. 517 00:34:38,270 --> 00:34:41,841 What the fuck? Do you even know who was in that car with her? 518 00:34:41,874 --> 00:34:43,676 That's what people wanna read. 519 00:34:43,710 --> 00:34:45,343 She's even lucky I said that much. 520 00:34:45,377 --> 00:34:46,779 Her name doesn't sell papers. 521 00:34:46,813 --> 00:34:47,914 It might sell the Hammonton Herald, but... 522 00:34:47,947 --> 00:34:50,348 Did you even research those men? 523 00:34:50,650 --> 00:34:52,584 Where's this going? 524 00:34:52,617 --> 00:34:54,453 Henry Lee Lucas. 525 00:34:55,353 --> 00:34:56,856 I couldn't verify his information. 526 00:34:56,889 --> 00:34:59,524 He was a convicted murderer, Jack. 527 00:34:59,558 --> 00:35:02,260 Would a person like that even have reliable identification? 528 00:35:02,294 --> 00:35:03,696 He wasn't carrying identification. 529 00:35:03,730 --> 00:35:05,430 He was fingerprinted at the scene. 530 00:35:05,464 --> 00:35:06,966 Didn't I read that he was pardoned? 531 00:35:08,067 --> 00:35:12,905 I also read that he confessed to being a professional assassin, 532 00:35:12,939 --> 00:35:15,675 - a member of the Hand of Death Cult, - Uh-huh. 533 00:35:15,708 --> 00:35:19,746 those associated with kidnapping, human trafficking, and Satanism. 534 00:35:19,779 --> 00:35:21,748 What the fuck was Katie doing with that guy? 535 00:35:21,781 --> 00:35:24,684 I also read that his confessions were mostly hoaxes. 536 00:35:24,717 --> 00:35:26,618 The guy was a pathological liar. 537 00:35:26,652 --> 00:35:30,890 I also read that his treatment in prison was highly unusual. 538 00:35:30,923 --> 00:35:34,060 He was allowed to... he was allowed to roam around the jail 539 00:35:34,093 --> 00:35:36,461 and he knew the codes to the security doors? 540 00:35:36,495 --> 00:35:38,563 Oh, yeah, where'd you read that, Wikipedia? 541 00:35:38,597 --> 00:35:40,066 Come on, Alicia. 542 00:35:40,099 --> 00:35:43,770 Then Bush commutes his sentence to life in prison. 543 00:35:44,603 --> 00:35:46,839 Why? 544 00:35:46,873 --> 00:35:49,876 Bush was a big proponent of the death penalty while he was governor of Texas. 545 00:35:49,909 --> 00:35:51,376 Bush looked at the evidence 546 00:35:51,409 --> 00:35:52,779 and realized that the guy was lying 547 00:35:52,812 --> 00:35:54,747 about the murder he was sentenced to die for. 548 00:35:54,781 --> 00:35:56,983 His confessions were mostly lies. 549 00:35:57,016 --> 00:35:59,652 You can't sentence someone to death for lying. 550 00:35:59,685 --> 00:36:03,488 Or did certain people want to keep him around a little longer 551 00:36:03,522 --> 00:36:05,758 and use him as their personal hitman? 552 00:36:05,792 --> 00:36:07,894 That's crazy talk. 553 00:36:07,927 --> 00:36:10,295 You know a hell of a lot more than what you put in this article. 554 00:36:16,401 --> 00:36:18,303 I miss seeing you at work every day. 555 00:36:22,374 --> 00:36:23,743 Did you get work done? 'Cause you look incredible. 556 00:36:23,776 --> 00:36:26,411 No, I can't afford to get any work done. 557 00:36:26,444 --> 00:36:27,345 Oh. 558 00:36:29,548 --> 00:36:32,051 Do you know this woman named Giana? She sent me her resume. 559 00:36:32,084 --> 00:36:35,587 Ugh. She's the worst. I'm always fixing her shit. 560 00:36:35,620 --> 00:36:36,923 Really? 561 00:36:36,956 --> 00:36:39,457 Yeah. My next stop is New York City. 562 00:36:39,491 --> 00:36:40,927 I can't wait to get the fuck outta here. 563 00:36:40,960 --> 00:36:42,327 The Big Apple. 564 00:36:42,762 --> 00:36:44,997 - Any offers? - Not yet. 565 00:36:45,031 --> 00:36:46,833 Maybe this story will get me noticed. 566 00:36:46,866 --> 00:36:49,068 Yeah, it'll get you noticed all right. 567 00:36:49,769 --> 00:36:52,705 Aren't you getting any good assignments here in Hamilton? 568 00:36:52,738 --> 00:36:54,040 Hammonton. 569 00:36:55,407 --> 00:36:56,408 Right. 570 00:36:57,409 --> 00:37:01,479 Jack, is there something you're not telling me? 571 00:37:01,513 --> 00:37:02,849 I know you. 572 00:37:04,116 --> 00:37:07,619 Why are you ignoring the most bizarre facts about the story? 573 00:37:07,653 --> 00:37:10,622 Look, your mind is in overdrive. Okay? I get it. 574 00:37:11,090 --> 00:37:13,491 You're stuck here in this small town. 575 00:37:13,525 --> 00:37:16,461 You've had a hell of a year and you're going stir crazy. I get it. 576 00:37:17,697 --> 00:37:19,098 But take it from a fellow writer, 577 00:37:19,131 --> 00:37:23,870 all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. 578 00:37:23,903 --> 00:37:25,805 I'm not crazy, Jack. 579 00:37:25,838 --> 00:37:28,473 I just think this story is news. 580 00:37:28,506 --> 00:37:29,474 I don't. 581 00:37:29,507 --> 00:37:30,542 Stop gaslighting me. 582 00:37:30,575 --> 00:37:31,811 I'm not gaslighting you. 583 00:37:31,844 --> 00:37:33,145 Alicia, stop. 584 00:37:33,913 --> 00:37:35,480 Okay? 585 00:37:35,513 --> 00:37:37,149 You need a work environment that's gonna... 586 00:37:37,183 --> 00:37:39,118 that's gonna guide your intuition. 587 00:37:39,151 --> 00:37:40,619 Not confuse it. 588 00:37:41,220 --> 00:37:42,989 Don't let these basic people insist 589 00:37:43,022 --> 00:37:44,957 that you write them a sensational story 590 00:37:44,991 --> 00:37:47,459 just because they're bored with their lives. 591 00:37:47,492 --> 00:37:48,761 You're too good for that. 592 00:37:48,794 --> 00:37:50,029 If you want to make it in New York, 593 00:37:50,062 --> 00:37:50,997 you're going about it the wrong way. 594 00:37:51,030 --> 00:37:51,964 Get smart. 595 00:37:51,998 --> 00:37:53,465 You just don't get it. 596 00:37:53,833 --> 00:37:55,635 Look, I got to go, okay? 597 00:37:55,668 --> 00:37:59,038 Don't let this story screw up your chances for New York. 598 00:37:59,071 --> 00:38:02,507 If no other news outlet is making a big deal out of it, there must be a reason. 599 00:38:04,911 --> 00:38:06,178 What's the reason? 600 00:38:06,979 --> 00:38:08,047 Let it go. 601 00:38:09,682 --> 00:38:10,783 Do you understand? 602 00:38:11,549 --> 00:38:12,985 Let it go. 603 00:38:14,954 --> 00:38:16,656 Trust me on this one. 604 00:38:41,948 --> 00:38:43,481 Hello. 605 00:38:43,515 --> 00:38:46,218 Well, you look every inch the movie star. 606 00:38:46,252 --> 00:38:47,820 Where have you been all night? 607 00:38:47,853 --> 00:38:49,689 - Swimming with the sharks? - Oh. 608 00:38:49,722 --> 00:38:50,957 Hope you're a good swimmer. 609 00:38:50,990 --> 00:38:52,191 I learned from the best. 610 00:38:53,993 --> 00:38:56,829 So you came to a costume party dressed as yourself. 611 00:38:56,862 --> 00:39:00,866 This, my friend, is one of the most important uniforms in history. 612 00:39:00,900 --> 00:39:04,036 If not for us, the world would be a much different place. 613 00:39:04,070 --> 00:39:07,006 We... we were agents of change. 614 00:39:07,039 --> 00:39:08,975 That's one way of putting it. 615 00:39:09,008 --> 00:39:11,711 We made people love their servitude 616 00:39:11,744 --> 00:39:18,117 by providing a painless concentration camp, full of sex, drugs, and rock and roll. 617 00:39:18,150 --> 00:39:19,919 And you are proud of that? 618 00:39:19,952 --> 00:39:22,922 Yeah, I'm proud of my role in history. 619 00:39:23,789 --> 00:39:26,192 It's not my fault people are stupid. 620 00:39:26,225 --> 00:39:28,961 It's survival of the fittest out there, baby. 621 00:39:28,995 --> 00:39:31,030 The fittest or the trickiest? 622 00:39:31,731 --> 00:39:37,103 Why so glum? You're going to be super famous. You should feel empowered. 623 00:39:37,136 --> 00:39:39,705 I don't feel so empowered. 624 00:39:39,739 --> 00:39:42,108 Don't sound so ungrateful. 625 00:39:42,141 --> 00:39:45,543 You were chosen to be part of a plan. 626 00:39:45,577 --> 00:39:47,913 Art is very powerful. 627 00:39:47,947 --> 00:39:49,815 Is it art or is it propaganda? 628 00:39:49,849 --> 00:39:53,152 Oh! Let me let you in on something. 629 00:39:53,185 --> 00:39:55,921 - Do you remember Charles Manson? - Yes. 630 00:39:55,955 --> 00:39:59,591 Well, he was part of our social circle in Laurel Canyon. 631 00:39:59,624 --> 00:40:01,827 The Beach Boys recorded a song he wrote, 632 00:40:01,861 --> 00:40:04,930 I think it was called "Cease to Exist." 633 00:40:04,964 --> 00:40:09,935 Manson single-handedly destroyed the anti-war movement overnight. 634 00:40:09,969 --> 00:40:12,171 All that peace and love. 635 00:40:12,204 --> 00:40:17,643 Now, why do you suppose we would have anything to do with a serial killer? 636 00:40:17,676 --> 00:40:19,311 Like attracts like. 637 00:40:19,345 --> 00:40:21,080 Get smart. 638 00:40:21,113 --> 00:40:22,748 They're on to you. 639 00:40:23,349 --> 00:40:25,818 Why do you care about the little people? 640 00:40:25,851 --> 00:40:27,119 Because I am one. 641 00:40:27,153 --> 00:40:29,688 They want to be the beautiful people. 642 00:40:29,722 --> 00:40:31,791 No, they don't. 643 00:40:31,824 --> 00:40:34,760 And the people who think that they do just don't know the truth yet. 644 00:40:35,261 --> 00:40:37,562 All the world's a stage. 645 00:40:38,030 --> 00:40:40,866 And all the men and women merely players. 646 00:40:40,900 --> 00:40:44,270 They have their exits and their entrances. 647 00:40:44,303 --> 00:40:47,873 And one man in his time plays many parts. 648 00:40:50,009 --> 00:40:54,914 ♪ In the pines, in the pines ♪ 649 00:40:54,947 --> 00:40:58,918 ♪ Where the sun never shines ♪ 650 00:40:58,951 --> 00:41:04,657 ♪ I'd shiver When the cold wind blows ♪ 651 00:41:06,058 --> 00:41:09,895 ♪ There's a grave in the past ♪ 652 00:41:09,929 --> 00:41:13,699 ♪ Where the sun never shines ♪ 653 00:41:13,732 --> 00:41:20,139 ♪ There's a grave that's shaded With pine ♪ 654 00:41:22,374 --> 00:41:23,776 Meg. 655 00:41:24,977 --> 00:41:27,880 Do you ever wonder why there are so many sad stories 656 00:41:27,913 --> 00:41:29,348 about the entertainment industry? 657 00:41:30,049 --> 00:41:37,022 Um, I don't know, maybe the fame or the drugs? 658 00:41:38,791 --> 00:41:41,360 See, you're not more hopelessly enslaved 659 00:41:41,393 --> 00:41:44,163 than those that falsely believe they are free. 660 00:41:44,930 --> 00:41:50,202 Ah, gird up, minds like that hardly exist anymore. 661 00:41:51,270 --> 00:41:52,771 So tragic. 662 00:41:53,405 --> 00:41:55,708 One always has a choice. 663 00:41:59,178 --> 00:42:00,713 Ahem. 664 00:42:04,316 --> 00:42:06,685 Do you like the new merch for Katie's film? 665 00:42:09,155 --> 00:42:13,192 "The Supernatural Secrets of Big Business Success." 666 00:42:15,861 --> 00:42:16,996 I love it. 667 00:42:19,932 --> 00:42:21,867 It's too bad she didn't die. 668 00:42:22,935 --> 00:42:25,404 Could have sold a lot of merch. 669 00:42:27,106 --> 00:42:28,274 How old are you? 670 00:42:28,307 --> 00:42:31,143 Wait, don't answer that. 671 00:43:04,109 --> 00:43:05,945 Joeboy? 672 00:43:08,480 --> 00:43:11,417 Hey, Joeboy, yo, you here? 673 00:43:11,450 --> 00:43:13,252 Alicia, what's up? 674 00:43:13,285 --> 00:43:15,821 I have some questions about Katie's accident. 675 00:43:15,854 --> 00:43:16,989 You have a minute? 676 00:43:17,423 --> 00:43:18,991 Sure. 677 00:43:20,660 --> 00:43:25,397 If there's a fatality involved, the car goes to 11th Street. Is that still the case? 678 00:43:25,431 --> 00:43:28,367 Yeah. Car is there now at the town impound now. 679 00:43:28,400 --> 00:43:30,936 So we still have the car? For how long? 680 00:43:32,271 --> 00:43:34,206 Till they're done with the investigation. 681 00:43:34,240 --> 00:43:37,109 Those, man, could be six weeks, it could be six years. 682 00:43:37,142 --> 00:43:41,981 So you could get me the car's GPS information, right? 683 00:43:43,249 --> 00:43:46,485 Uh, I'd have to ask the police for permission 684 00:43:46,518 --> 00:43:48,821 but, you know, accident that bad, 685 00:43:48,854 --> 00:43:50,856 they probably already cut the battery. 686 00:43:50,889 --> 00:43:55,261 Could you check for me, please, and let me know? 687 00:43:57,162 --> 00:43:58,063 Sure. 688 00:43:58,464 --> 00:44:00,266 Thanks. 689 00:44:00,299 --> 00:44:02,334 Yeah, well, it's one of the worst I've ever seen. 690 00:44:02,368 --> 00:44:03,469 Yeah, it was really bad. 691 00:44:03,502 --> 00:44:05,838 It's a miracle Katie survived. 692 00:44:07,373 --> 00:44:09,441 I knew that dude as soon as I got there. 693 00:44:10,476 --> 00:44:12,144 Saw the shooters. 694 00:44:13,178 --> 00:44:14,380 Shooters? 695 00:44:15,414 --> 00:44:16,348 What do you mean? 696 00:44:19,118 --> 00:44:21,153 The one I've ever seen. I've... 697 00:44:21,186 --> 00:44:24,523 People got killed, was getting knocked out of their shoes. 698 00:44:25,391 --> 00:44:26,292 It's weird. 699 00:44:27,926 --> 00:44:29,194 Yeah. 700 00:44:29,228 --> 00:44:31,196 Never heard of that. I wonder why. 701 00:44:33,098 --> 00:44:38,304 I mean, like, it's like the soul gets taken right out of it. 702 00:44:42,207 --> 00:44:44,977 Well, thanks, Joeboy, I appreciate it. 703 00:44:45,477 --> 00:44:52,117 Sure. Wait, so, I'm sorry, how are you doing? You okay? 704 00:44:54,019 --> 00:44:57,423 I'm not going to say anything bad about Hammonton to you. 705 00:44:57,456 --> 00:45:00,259 And that's a good thing. You better not. 706 00:45:00,292 --> 00:45:01,560 And, uh... 707 00:45:03,329 --> 00:45:05,464 And they're not saying anything bad about our girl, either. 708 00:45:05,497 --> 00:45:07,099 - Okay, Joeboy. - I'm serious. 709 00:45:07,132 --> 00:45:08,334 Let me know. 710 00:45:43,035 --> 00:45:44,136 Hi, Peter. 711 00:45:44,169 --> 00:45:45,170 Alicia. 712 00:45:46,171 --> 00:45:48,474 Hey, remember this? 713 00:45:49,676 --> 00:45:52,679 Wow. Look at my hair. 714 00:45:52,712 --> 00:45:54,546 That was seventh grade. 715 00:45:54,580 --> 00:45:57,583 I remember that light blue sparkly sweater. 716 00:45:58,718 --> 00:46:01,920 I don't think my mother kept one picture of me from middle school. 717 00:46:06,458 --> 00:46:07,993 Thanks for meeting me here. 718 00:46:09,428 --> 00:46:11,463 I try and stop by every day. 719 00:46:11,497 --> 00:46:13,565 It's beautiful back here. 720 00:46:13,599 --> 00:46:15,401 It's Katie's favorite place on Earth. 721 00:46:17,202 --> 00:46:18,570 We had a great summer here. 722 00:46:19,571 --> 00:46:20,906 Just, um... 723 00:46:22,441 --> 00:46:23,942 I just closed the pool. 724 00:46:25,611 --> 00:46:30,149 I can't imagine how difficult this is for you and your family. You're all so close. 725 00:46:31,250 --> 00:46:37,122 Now, Katie has been pulling away from us for a while. 726 00:46:39,057 --> 00:46:40,159 What happened? 727 00:46:41,527 --> 00:46:44,530 People she surrounded herself with, they isolated her from us. 728 00:46:48,133 --> 00:46:50,436 World doesn't work the way we think it does. 729 00:46:54,707 --> 00:46:56,442 Nothing is as it seems. 730 00:46:57,409 --> 00:46:58,977 What does that mean? 731 00:47:00,747 --> 00:47:03,650 Katie was getting, uh, disillusioned with Hollywood. 732 00:47:03,683 --> 00:47:05,317 She told me she wanted to quit acting 733 00:47:05,350 --> 00:47:06,985 and go back to the... back to school. 734 00:47:07,019 --> 00:47:09,188 Did she say why? 735 00:47:09,221 --> 00:47:13,125 Well, I pressed her at one point and she said the less I know the better. 736 00:47:14,694 --> 00:47:17,062 Everything is a big secret with Katie. 737 00:47:17,463 --> 00:47:18,665 I don't understand. 738 00:47:19,766 --> 00:47:22,267 Why quit now when she's about to become a huge star? 739 00:47:22,301 --> 00:47:24,102 How do you walk away from that? 740 00:47:24,704 --> 00:47:25,705 Maybe you don't. 741 00:47:29,041 --> 00:47:30,677 Everything comes at a price. 742 00:47:37,316 --> 00:47:40,319 Was Katie getting involved with the wrong types of people? 743 00:47:40,720 --> 00:47:42,054 You could say that. 744 00:47:45,991 --> 00:47:46,826 Right after Katie was admitted to the hospital, 745 00:47:46,860 --> 00:47:48,728 I kept having these strange feelings, 746 00:47:48,761 --> 00:47:52,197 my intuition, I guess, that she wasn't safe. 747 00:47:53,499 --> 00:47:55,400 And then one day, I pulled up in her driveway 748 00:47:55,434 --> 00:47:57,236 and caught someone breaking into the house. 749 00:47:57,269 --> 00:47:58,604 The window had already been smashed. 750 00:47:58,638 --> 00:47:59,639 Are you kidding? 751 00:47:59,672 --> 00:48:00,707 No. 752 00:48:02,074 --> 00:48:03,676 Had cameras installed the next day 753 00:48:03,710 --> 00:48:06,078 and I had the police helping me keep an eye on the place. 754 00:48:06,111 --> 00:48:07,714 What do you think they were looking for? 755 00:48:09,682 --> 00:48:10,616 Peter? 756 00:48:11,550 --> 00:48:13,218 What do you think they were looking for? 757 00:48:17,222 --> 00:48:18,791 I think they were looking for this. 758 00:48:18,825 --> 00:48:20,158 What is it? 759 00:48:21,326 --> 00:48:23,128 - Katie's diary. - Can I see? 760 00:48:23,161 --> 00:48:24,664 Yeah. I want you to read it. 761 00:48:25,632 --> 00:48:28,267 It'll give you an idea what my daughter's up against. 762 00:48:29,636 --> 00:48:33,138 In her last entry, she wrote about going to see a Violet. 763 00:48:33,806 --> 00:48:35,107 Yeah. 764 00:48:36,241 --> 00:48:38,443 Violet reached out to me right after Katie's accident. 765 00:48:38,477 --> 00:48:41,480 She was the one who told me to collect all of Katie's personal things 766 00:48:41,513 --> 00:48:45,384 that might be lying around the house, especially the diary. 767 00:48:45,417 --> 00:48:49,121 Thank God I got here in time. I mean, without that, we have nothing. 768 00:48:51,189 --> 00:48:53,525 Katie's memory might not be the same. 769 00:48:53,559 --> 00:48:55,093 Don't say that. 770 00:48:55,127 --> 00:48:57,195 We don't know. The doctors don't know. 771 00:48:57,563 --> 00:49:00,767 That's all we've got right now. That, and Violet. 772 00:49:00,800 --> 00:49:02,167 Who's Violet? 773 00:49:03,302 --> 00:49:04,637 It's not a real name. She doesn't go by her real name. 774 00:49:04,671 --> 00:49:09,441 Apparently, she's a child actress and she's pretty well-known. 775 00:49:09,474 --> 00:49:10,743 Can I talk to her? 776 00:49:14,146 --> 00:49:18,818 Alicia, as a friend, as Katie's friend, 777 00:49:19,852 --> 00:49:23,723 you have to understand what you're getting into before you go any further. 778 00:49:25,758 --> 00:49:27,760 This, this goes deep. 779 00:49:27,794 --> 00:49:31,196 I mean, deeper than you can imagine it. 780 00:49:32,197 --> 00:49:35,233 If you write that article, you could be in the same danger as Katie. 781 00:49:36,401 --> 00:49:38,136 What else did Violet say? 782 00:49:42,174 --> 00:49:43,475 Things I'll never get over. 783 00:49:44,744 --> 00:49:46,445 Things I can't repeat. 784 00:49:48,347 --> 00:49:50,750 Children, abuse, torture. 785 00:49:52,250 --> 00:49:53,619 If you knew the truth, I mean, I... 786 00:49:54,586 --> 00:49:58,256 How the power structure really works, you wouldn't be able to sleep. 787 00:49:58,290 --> 00:50:02,729 I mean, these are people you know in... in the movies, in TV, politicians, 788 00:50:02,762 --> 00:50:04,196 people I once admired. 789 00:50:04,931 --> 00:50:06,733 Is Violet willing to talk to me? 790 00:50:06,766 --> 00:50:10,268 Yes. She... might be risking her life in doing so. 791 00:50:10,302 --> 00:50:12,739 I understand. Can you give me her contact information? 792 00:50:12,772 --> 00:50:14,406 She'll contact you. 793 00:50:15,574 --> 00:50:18,510 Please, Alicia, she has to be able to trust you. 794 00:50:18,543 --> 00:50:20,612 Both of us have to be able to trust you. 795 00:50:20,647 --> 00:50:24,717 You know you can trust me but she has to reach out soon. 796 00:50:24,751 --> 00:50:26,485 My boss is getting frustrated. 797 00:50:26,518 --> 00:50:27,820 I can arrange that. 798 00:50:29,656 --> 00:50:32,659 Are you okay? You seem frightened. 799 00:50:34,827 --> 00:50:36,228 Katie needs our help. 800 00:50:36,829 --> 00:50:38,731 And we need you, Alicia. 801 00:50:40,432 --> 00:50:43,903 By getting the whole story out in a... in the legitimate media outlet, she's safer. 802 00:50:43,936 --> 00:50:45,772 We all are. 803 00:50:45,805 --> 00:50:47,372 I mean, even if it's our own little small-town newspaper. 804 00:50:47,406 --> 00:50:48,975 Nothing small anymore with the internet. 805 00:50:49,008 --> 00:50:50,643 And that's what we're hoping is true, 806 00:50:50,677 --> 00:50:52,444 because we want the story to go viral. 807 00:50:52,477 --> 00:50:53,846 That is our goal. 808 00:50:54,914 --> 00:50:57,282 Violet says she can help make that happen. 809 00:50:58,550 --> 00:51:01,721 Wow, okay. I just need to get my head around this 810 00:51:02,689 --> 00:51:05,892 because until now, I wasn't sure what Katie's story would be. 811 00:51:06,759 --> 00:51:10,697 Once I read the diary and talk to Violet, I'll get in touch with you. 812 00:51:12,031 --> 00:51:16,669 Peter, thank you for coming to me first. I won't let you down. 813 00:51:18,905 --> 00:51:20,907 Okay, I gotta... I gotta get going. 814 00:51:20,940 --> 00:51:23,308 I gotta get back to the hospital. 815 00:51:23,341 --> 00:51:26,813 Katie doesn't know how lucky she is to have such a supportive family. 816 00:51:27,446 --> 00:51:29,816 That is the biggest advantage in life. 817 00:51:32,617 --> 00:51:33,820 She knows. 818 00:51:35,655 --> 00:51:36,889 Thank you, Alicia. 819 00:51:40,059 --> 00:51:41,661 Friendship is sacred. 820 00:52:01,080 --> 00:52:02,614 What are you doing? 821 00:52:02,648 --> 00:52:04,483 Waiting for Rusty. What are you doing? 822 00:52:04,516 --> 00:52:06,451 I've come to give Rusty my notes. 823 00:52:06,485 --> 00:52:07,820 I'll make sure he gets them. 824 00:52:07,854 --> 00:52:09,254 I'll wait. 825 00:52:12,557 --> 00:52:15,627 How's the story on the commemorative blanket going? 826 00:52:16,328 --> 00:52:17,964 Great. How's your story going? 827 00:52:17,997 --> 00:52:20,398 Great. I think I'm onto something big. 828 00:52:20,432 --> 00:52:21,834 Yeah, that's good. 829 00:52:22,702 --> 00:52:24,070 - Hello. - Hi, Rusty. 830 00:52:24,103 --> 00:52:27,506 Hi, Rusty. I just got a huge lead today. 831 00:52:28,841 --> 00:52:31,343 Giana, can you come back in about 15 minutes? 832 00:52:31,376 --> 00:52:34,046 That's fine. I just wanted to give you my report in the chamber meeting. 833 00:52:34,080 --> 00:52:35,047 Let me know what you think. 834 00:52:35,081 --> 00:52:36,481 Thanks. I will. 835 00:52:37,083 --> 00:52:38,785 Bye, Giana. 836 00:52:40,720 --> 00:52:41,888 What's that? 837 00:52:41,921 --> 00:52:43,488 Katie's diary. 838 00:52:43,522 --> 00:52:45,091 - Oh, where did you get it? - Katie's dad. 839 00:52:45,124 --> 00:52:46,424 Anything interesting? 840 00:52:46,458 --> 00:52:48,728 Uh, yeah, to say the least. 841 00:52:48,761 --> 00:52:51,097 - What does Peter think? - About what? 842 00:52:52,698 --> 00:52:54,667 About the diary. Why did he give it to you? 843 00:52:54,700 --> 00:52:56,736 He wants me to read it and see if I can find anything new 844 00:52:56,769 --> 00:52:58,503 that might shed some light on things. 845 00:52:58,537 --> 00:53:00,539 And did you find anything new? 846 00:53:00,572 --> 00:53:02,842 The name Violet keeps popping up. 847 00:53:02,875 --> 00:53:04,777 I'm thinking about following up. What do you think? 848 00:53:05,410 --> 00:53:07,345 What do I think? 849 00:53:08,580 --> 00:53:09,749 I don't know what I think. 850 00:53:11,918 --> 00:53:15,855 You even notice that Katie's accident isn't in news anymore? 851 00:53:15,888 --> 00:53:19,324 Yeah. So it's just the news cycles have changed. 852 00:53:20,092 --> 00:53:23,428 Like you may have turned me into a conspiracy theorist. 853 00:53:23,461 --> 00:53:25,932 Facts are facts. You taught me that. 854 00:53:32,638 --> 00:53:34,406 We're spending way too much time thinking about this story. 855 00:53:35,942 --> 00:53:38,845 Got a lot of other work to do. And so do you. I want you to wrap this up. 856 00:53:38,878 --> 00:53:41,881 I just need a little bit more time so I can follow up with Violet. 857 00:53:41,914 --> 00:53:43,515 Are you having second thoughts? 858 00:53:43,548 --> 00:53:46,585 I just... I want to proceed with caution. 859 00:53:48,721 --> 00:53:50,756 What do you mean? 860 00:53:50,790 --> 00:53:53,726 I mean, that I have a responsibility to everyone who works here. 861 00:53:54,160 --> 00:53:55,862 I understand your concern. 862 00:53:56,595 --> 00:54:00,166 I wrote about drug gangs in Philadelphia and it was scary, 863 00:54:00,199 --> 00:54:01,901 but I was doing my job. 864 00:54:01,934 --> 00:54:04,971 That's what journalists do. We tell the truth. 865 00:54:05,004 --> 00:54:07,472 I really think Violet is the missing link. 866 00:54:07,505 --> 00:54:10,076 All right, let's talk about this later. Okay? 867 00:54:10,609 --> 00:54:11,911 I have to return a call. 868 00:54:44,677 --> 00:54:46,812 Do you know what you do? 869 00:54:46,846 --> 00:54:47,914 I don't know what you mean. 870 00:54:48,981 --> 00:54:51,784 Oh, what a wonderful little actress you are. 871 00:54:51,817 --> 00:54:53,518 I don't act in real life. 872 00:54:53,551 --> 00:54:55,755 That would make me a psychopath, not an actress. 873 00:54:55,788 --> 00:54:57,723 What is it that you hope to gain? 874 00:54:57,757 --> 00:54:58,925 My freedom. 875 00:54:58,958 --> 00:55:01,459 Mm, not possible. 876 00:55:01,493 --> 00:55:05,497 I have a modicum of self-respect left and I am leaving with it. 877 00:55:05,530 --> 00:55:07,099 I will keep my word. 878 00:55:07,133 --> 00:55:09,601 I will promote this film. 879 00:55:09,635 --> 00:55:11,671 I will keep my mouth shut. 880 00:55:12,204 --> 00:55:14,472 Please, Lilith, let me go. 881 00:55:14,506 --> 00:55:16,175 You know I can't do that. 882 00:55:17,176 --> 00:55:19,111 I answer to a higher power. 883 00:55:19,145 --> 00:55:20,545 What does that mean? 884 00:55:21,147 --> 00:55:24,784 It means we own your influence. 885 00:55:25,617 --> 00:55:27,053 There's no going back. 886 00:55:28,754 --> 00:55:31,190 Do you know that power we gave you? 887 00:55:32,091 --> 00:55:33,625 We own that power. 888 00:55:34,126 --> 00:55:35,861 - Ah... - Oh. 889 00:55:36,796 --> 00:55:39,531 You said the magic words, Katie. 890 00:55:39,865 --> 00:55:44,136 You said you were willing to do anything. 891 00:55:44,870 --> 00:55:46,238 I was wrong. 892 00:55:46,272 --> 00:55:48,941 This anxiety you're feeling, Katie, 893 00:55:48,975 --> 00:55:54,512 is just the end of your old life and the beginning of your new one. 894 00:55:55,081 --> 00:55:59,251 And all that excitement can feel like nerves. I've seen it a thousand times. 895 00:56:01,153 --> 00:56:02,254 Take a rest. 896 00:56:03,222 --> 00:56:05,992 I'm going to have my personal driver take you home. 897 00:56:06,993 --> 00:56:09,962 And then you can call me next week when you get back to New York. 898 00:56:10,963 --> 00:56:13,165 We'll decide on everything together. 899 00:56:14,100 --> 00:56:17,036 The premiere, the gown, 900 00:56:18,037 --> 00:56:22,708 the magazine covers, it's all here. 901 00:56:23,709 --> 00:56:25,845 Everything you ever wished for. 902 00:56:28,147 --> 00:56:32,018 You take a rest and clear your head. 903 00:56:33,753 --> 00:56:35,254 How does that sound? 904 00:56:36,255 --> 00:56:39,591 Maybe you're right. Maybe I just need a break. 905 00:56:39,624 --> 00:56:41,593 And a good night's sleep. 906 00:56:43,696 --> 00:56:44,764 Goodbye, Katie. 907 00:57:31,143 --> 00:57:32,978 You're a lot taller in real life. 908 00:57:33,012 --> 00:57:33,913 What the hell? 909 00:57:34,880 --> 00:57:36,015 Do I know you? 910 00:57:36,982 --> 00:57:38,350 I don't know. 911 00:57:38,384 --> 00:57:39,785 Why are you here? 912 00:57:41,087 --> 00:57:42,922 - I want to ask you something. - What? 913 00:57:44,223 --> 00:57:46,959 I want to ask you what you hope to accomplish 914 00:57:46,992 --> 00:57:50,796 by writing that ridiculous article about Katie's accident. 915 00:57:50,830 --> 00:57:54,133 - Finding the truth. - The truth? 916 00:57:55,101 --> 00:57:57,736 You don't even tell yourself the truth. 917 00:57:57,770 --> 00:57:59,305 What's that supposed to mean? 918 00:57:59,338 --> 00:58:02,141 Raised by a single mom. 919 00:58:03,275 --> 00:58:04,944 She pretty much ignored you. 920 00:58:06,112 --> 00:58:08,047 Never told you who your real father was. 921 00:58:09,782 --> 00:58:13,285 You've been lying to yourself from a very young age, Alicia. 922 00:58:13,319 --> 00:58:14,787 What are you saying? 923 00:58:15,354 --> 00:58:18,858 However, your work ethic, it impresses me. 924 00:58:20,192 --> 00:58:22,761 It's what got you to the Philadelphia Drum. 925 00:58:22,795 --> 00:58:25,998 You met a nice man. You got married. 926 00:58:27,032 --> 00:58:29,768 Then you resented him once you found out that you're pregnant. 927 00:58:30,402 --> 00:58:31,403 Miscarriage. 928 00:58:32,238 --> 00:58:33,772 That's the official story. 929 00:58:34,907 --> 00:58:36,342 Started sleeping with your boss. 930 00:58:37,476 --> 00:58:38,811 Your husband moved. 931 00:58:40,446 --> 00:58:43,282 Things didn't work out with the boss. They never do. 932 00:58:44,150 --> 00:58:47,453 And just like that, all of it was gone. 933 00:58:47,486 --> 00:58:48,521 Get out. 934 00:58:49,722 --> 00:58:52,691 You begged for your job back at the Hammonton Herald. 935 00:58:54,193 --> 00:58:57,930 Rusty, he was nice enough to give you the job. 936 00:58:57,963 --> 00:58:59,999 A second chance. 937 00:59:00,032 --> 00:59:02,067 You know it's funny, 938 00:59:02,101 --> 00:59:04,436 life has a certain way of nudging us back to where we belong. 939 00:59:05,204 --> 00:59:07,206 So why don't you want me to write the article? 940 00:59:07,239 --> 00:59:09,275 I don't think it's going to make a difference. 941 00:59:09,308 --> 00:59:11,010 Then why are you here? 942 00:59:12,144 --> 00:59:17,316 Well, think twice before you cast pearls before swine. 943 00:59:19,051 --> 00:59:22,121 We have them so confused, 944 00:59:22,154 --> 00:59:25,124 that if I were to tell them that snow is black, 945 00:59:26,358 --> 00:59:29,795 they would believe that snow is black. 946 00:59:30,296 --> 00:59:31,764 Who do you work for? 947 00:59:31,797 --> 00:59:34,466 Call it a Think Tank. 948 00:59:34,500 --> 00:59:36,268 I don't believe this is happening. 949 00:59:37,002 --> 00:59:39,438 Your belief is not required to make it true. 950 00:59:40,272 --> 00:59:42,775 You're not stupid, are you, Alicia? 951 00:59:43,909 --> 00:59:46,078 You just can't fathom the enormity of it all. 952 00:59:46,111 --> 00:59:47,313 What do you mean? 953 00:59:50,549 --> 00:59:53,719 Hm, well, that's nice. 954 00:59:55,421 --> 00:59:59,491 A little relic from your stint in Alcoholics Anonymous. 955 00:59:59,525 --> 01:00:02,161 My grandfather gave it to me. 956 01:00:02,194 --> 01:00:05,931 You have family with something so valuable to pass along to you? 957 01:00:06,999 --> 01:00:08,500 Perhaps they're not all wolves. 958 01:00:08,534 --> 01:00:11,136 No. Some of us are fighters. 959 01:00:15,074 --> 01:00:19,979 I do like seeing Jesus nailed to the cross like that. I really do. 960 01:00:21,313 --> 01:00:24,783 I think one of those should be in every Christian home, don't you? 961 01:00:24,817 --> 01:00:31,090 One should be reminded daily of what happens to the truth and the light on this planet. 962 01:00:32,825 --> 01:00:34,393 Who sent you? 963 01:00:34,426 --> 01:00:36,161 Um, if you don't know your enemy, 964 01:00:36,195 --> 01:00:41,333 Sun Tzu says, you should not engage in battle. 965 01:00:43,135 --> 01:00:45,938 I think that's the problem with the world, don't you? 966 01:00:45,971 --> 01:00:47,039 What's that? 967 01:00:49,241 --> 01:00:50,442 People... 968 01:00:52,511 --> 01:00:56,282 don't read. 969 01:01:18,404 --> 01:01:20,439 Alicia. 970 01:01:20,873 --> 01:01:22,341 Are you okay? 971 01:01:22,374 --> 01:01:24,343 I think so. 972 01:01:24,376 --> 01:01:27,579 I had to call you. I'm sorry, I didn't get dressed. 973 01:01:27,613 --> 01:01:30,282 Someone doesn't want us to write this story. 974 01:01:30,316 --> 01:01:32,051 Did he try to hurt you? 975 01:01:32,084 --> 01:01:34,486 No, but he broke into my house when I was in a shower. 976 01:01:34,520 --> 01:01:36,255 Did he threaten you? 977 01:01:36,288 --> 01:01:38,190 Not in a direct way. 978 01:01:38,223 --> 01:01:39,625 Jesus. 979 01:01:39,659 --> 01:01:41,860 I think we should get the police involved. 980 01:01:41,894 --> 01:01:45,064 No. Why? He's not going to stop us from writing this story. 981 01:01:48,000 --> 01:01:51,904 I'm not worried about the story. 982 01:01:54,973 --> 01:01:56,375 It's Katie's people. 983 01:01:57,009 --> 01:01:59,511 They are just trying to control the narrative. 984 01:02:03,215 --> 01:02:05,050 Yeah, you sure about that? 985 01:02:05,084 --> 01:02:07,019 I have something I want to talk to you about. 986 01:02:08,220 --> 01:02:11,490 I'll be right back. Just... In the bedroom. 987 01:02:18,597 --> 01:02:22,134 I know you have reservations about reaching out to Violet. 988 01:02:22,167 --> 01:02:25,104 But after tonight, it just makes sense. 989 01:02:25,672 --> 01:02:27,906 - Really? - Yes. 990 01:02:27,940 --> 01:02:32,211 Joeboy called me today. He couldn't get the GPS. We're at a big dead end. 991 01:02:32,244 --> 01:02:34,413 This is all we've got. 992 01:02:34,446 --> 01:02:36,915 That guy said I needed to know my enemy. 993 01:02:36,949 --> 01:02:39,385 And maybe we need to look into this. 994 01:02:39,418 --> 01:02:40,986 - He said that? - Yes. 995 01:02:41,019 --> 01:02:42,187 Come on. 996 01:02:42,621 --> 01:02:43,956 What do you think? 997 01:02:45,524 --> 01:02:50,162 I think everyone is actually safer if I write this story, put it out there. 998 01:02:50,195 --> 01:02:52,097 Even Peter says so. 999 01:02:56,736 --> 01:02:57,936 All right. 1000 01:02:58,937 --> 01:03:01,240 Call her. Just promise me, you won't meet her 1001 01:03:01,273 --> 01:03:02,675 or anyone else by yourself. 1002 01:03:02,709 --> 01:03:04,009 I promise. 1003 01:03:05,244 --> 01:03:07,146 Are you sure you don't want me to get the police involved? 1004 01:03:07,179 --> 01:03:08,514 I'm sure. 1005 01:03:08,547 --> 01:03:10,249 What's wrong? 1006 01:03:10,282 --> 01:03:13,619 I just... I don't have a good feeling about this. 1007 01:03:15,187 --> 01:03:16,422 Let's have a glass of wine. 1008 01:03:17,589 --> 01:03:22,261 It's been such a crazy week. Let's just talk about it. 1009 01:03:25,297 --> 01:03:26,965 I should go. 1010 01:03:26,999 --> 01:03:28,333 - You sure? - Yeah. 1011 01:03:28,768 --> 01:03:30,469 Call me later if you talk to Violet. 1012 01:03:30,502 --> 01:03:32,104 I wanna know what she says. 1013 01:03:32,137 --> 01:03:36,643 Rusty, stay with me. Have a glass of wine. 1014 01:03:43,015 --> 01:03:44,116 I can't. 1015 01:03:45,384 --> 01:03:49,588 I am... I got a lot of work to catch up on, you know, and... 1016 01:03:52,458 --> 01:03:55,327 I mean, this thing is just... 1017 01:03:56,528 --> 01:03:58,564 it's just so troubling. 1018 01:03:58,597 --> 01:04:00,265 And I've never had to deal with anything like this before and... 1019 01:04:05,170 --> 01:04:06,639 I don't know how to help you. 1020 01:04:09,676 --> 01:04:12,444 I'll be home all night. Call me if you need anything. 1021 01:04:13,813 --> 01:04:15,013 Yeah. 1022 01:04:16,348 --> 01:04:17,483 Thanks for coming. 1023 01:05:11,570 --> 01:05:13,238 - Violet? - Yeah. 1024 01:05:13,272 --> 01:05:14,674 Hi, I'm Alicia. 1025 01:05:14,707 --> 01:05:15,742 Hey. 1026 01:05:16,643 --> 01:05:18,477 - Are you here alone? - Yes. 1027 01:05:21,513 --> 01:05:23,048 Do you live here? 1028 01:05:45,872 --> 01:05:49,241 - So, you wanna ask some questions about Katie Marro? - Yes. 1029 01:05:49,274 --> 01:05:50,609 - And you're a journalist? - Yes. 1030 01:05:50,643 --> 01:05:52,244 Can I see some credentials? 1031 01:05:57,549 --> 01:05:59,451 - Hammonton Herald. - Yes. 1032 01:05:59,484 --> 01:06:01,186 I also worked for the Philly Drum. 1033 01:06:01,219 --> 01:06:02,855 I was an investigative reporter. 1034 01:06:02,889 --> 01:06:05,123 Okay. 1035 01:06:07,359 --> 01:06:08,661 What do you wanna know? 1036 01:06:08,895 --> 01:06:11,597 Why your name is all over Katie's diary? 1037 01:06:14,834 --> 01:06:16,134 We were friends. 1038 01:06:17,235 --> 01:06:18,071 How do you know her? 1039 01:06:19,639 --> 01:06:21,874 We met at a party at Ceiling Mansion. 1040 01:06:25,243 --> 01:06:27,412 She mentions that place in her diary. 1041 01:06:28,313 --> 01:06:31,918 Katie and I were required to attend certain mixers there. 1042 01:06:31,951 --> 01:06:33,352 Why? 1043 01:06:34,620 --> 01:06:36,488 It's very hard to get anywhere in the entertainment industry 1044 01:06:36,521 --> 01:06:38,357 if you don't attend those parties. 1045 01:06:38,825 --> 01:06:39,826 I don't understand. 1046 01:06:42,394 --> 01:06:44,529 If you want the fame, you have to play the game. 1047 01:06:45,397 --> 01:06:49,836 It's all about owning influence, and you can't be owned unless you've been compromised. 1048 01:06:49,869 --> 01:06:51,169 Compromised? 1049 01:06:51,638 --> 01:06:52,639 Yes. 1050 01:06:53,873 --> 01:06:55,607 People who arranged these parties, 1051 01:06:55,642 --> 01:06:57,609 they know exactly what they're doing. 1052 01:06:58,510 --> 01:07:00,412 What about those who attend them? 1053 01:07:01,279 --> 01:07:04,616 I would say everybody knows and everybody is complicit. 1054 01:07:07,252 --> 01:07:10,923 How does General Black fit into all this? 1055 01:07:12,692 --> 01:07:15,594 Certain intelligence agencies work very closely 1056 01:07:15,627 --> 01:07:18,263 with some people in the entertainment industry. 1057 01:07:19,264 --> 01:07:21,600 Certain projects. It's propaganda. 1058 01:07:22,835 --> 01:07:24,937 Molding public opinion. 1059 01:07:26,304 --> 01:07:31,510 It's all about controlling the public's perception of reality. 1060 01:07:32,011 --> 01:07:34,479 So why would he put it all out there in his books? 1061 01:07:35,748 --> 01:07:37,516 Don't even try to hide it anymore. 1062 01:07:39,118 --> 01:07:44,589 General Black is also responsible for blackmailing a lot of the entertainers. 1063 01:07:44,623 --> 01:07:47,860 Why go through all that trouble to compromise entertainers? 1064 01:07:47,894 --> 01:07:51,664 The entertainment industry has a lot of influence over people. 1065 01:07:51,698 --> 01:07:53,666 It's like a spell. Think about it. 1066 01:07:53,700 --> 01:07:55,902 Ask yourself this question 1067 01:07:55,935 --> 01:08:00,505 because so many people be so in line on so many issues, statistically speaking. 1068 01:08:00,907 --> 01:08:06,278 They certainly push an agenda but no one with a job takes them seriously. 1069 01:08:08,715 --> 01:08:10,248 You sure about that? 1070 01:08:11,718 --> 01:08:14,386 How is Jon De Bauer involved? 1071 01:08:16,656 --> 01:08:18,758 His family owned Ceiling Mansion. 1072 01:08:19,491 --> 01:08:21,961 That's where Katie was on the night of the accident. 1073 01:08:22,627 --> 01:08:24,496 Where is Ceiling Mansion located? 1074 01:08:24,529 --> 01:08:28,567 Cossart Avenue, near Pennsylvania-Delaware border, 1075 01:08:28,600 --> 01:08:31,503 where the trees grow away from the Sun. 1076 01:08:36,475 --> 01:08:41,647 The De Bauer family also owns an island in the Car... in the Caribbean. 1077 01:08:42,682 --> 01:08:45,718 It's where most of the blackmailing takes place. 1078 01:08:47,486 --> 01:08:49,689 Presidents have been to that island. 1079 01:08:49,722 --> 01:08:51,389 Sick what goes on there. 1080 01:08:52,390 --> 01:08:53,926 Has Katie been compromised? 1081 01:08:54,994 --> 01:08:56,028 Yeah. 1082 01:08:58,463 --> 01:09:01,801 There was also a man named Henry Lee Lucas. 1083 01:09:03,035 --> 01:09:05,303 Yeah, I know Lucas. 1084 01:09:06,371 --> 01:09:07,974 He used to hang out at the mansion. 1085 01:09:08,808 --> 01:09:11,644 Do you think Lucas was in that car to hurt Katie? 1086 01:09:12,645 --> 01:09:14,579 I think he was there to kill Katie. 1087 01:09:16,015 --> 01:09:19,786 You can't just walk away when you're about to be handed that much fame. 1088 01:09:19,819 --> 01:09:21,854 So Katie wanted out? 1089 01:09:21,888 --> 01:09:25,524 And the powers that rule over that industry wouldn't allow it? 1090 01:09:25,557 --> 01:09:26,959 Exactly. 1091 01:09:26,993 --> 01:09:28,995 And they were gonna make an example out of her. 1092 01:09:29,028 --> 01:09:30,395 What about you? 1093 01:09:31,731 --> 01:09:32,965 What about me? 1094 01:09:32,999 --> 01:09:35,433 Did you walk away? 1095 01:09:39,906 --> 01:09:43,375 I was a child in this business. 1096 01:09:44,442 --> 01:09:46,078 No business for a child. 1097 01:09:47,379 --> 01:09:49,715 And I held up my end of the bargain until now. 1098 01:09:50,683 --> 01:09:52,084 I'm not afraid anymore. 1099 01:09:53,019 --> 01:09:54,987 What's the end game? 1100 01:09:55,021 --> 01:09:58,758 With the entertainment industry working with intelligence agencies 1101 01:09:58,791 --> 01:10:01,359 pushing a certain agenda for what? 1102 01:10:01,393 --> 01:10:02,594 You're living it. 1103 01:10:03,830 --> 01:10:06,866 These people serve dark state. They've sold their souls to it. 1104 01:10:06,899 --> 01:10:08,768 Dark state? 1105 01:10:08,801 --> 01:10:12,638 Where they will reign in hell rather than serve in heaven. 1106 01:10:12,672 --> 01:10:14,006 What does that mean? 1107 01:10:15,607 --> 01:10:21,379 They want a one world government run by global elites and unelected bureaucrats. 1108 01:10:21,948 --> 01:10:25,751 They're currently depopulating to make it all a bit more manageable. 1109 01:10:25,785 --> 01:10:27,987 Goodbye, America. Goodbye, freedom. 1110 01:10:29,121 --> 01:10:30,890 These people believe in slavery. 1111 01:10:30,923 --> 01:10:33,358 Oh, I feel like Americans wouldn't let that happen. 1112 01:10:34,193 --> 01:10:35,728 They already have. 1113 01:10:40,498 --> 01:10:41,834 Why speak out now? 1114 01:10:44,203 --> 01:10:46,571 Dark state is about to make its move. 1115 01:10:49,075 --> 01:10:51,110 The moment of truth is now 1116 01:10:51,143 --> 01:10:53,813 and every single one of us is gonna have to make a decision. 1117 01:10:54,914 --> 01:11:00,418 You can choose to be in service to others or you can choose to be in service to yourself. 1118 01:11:01,153 --> 01:11:02,621 Light versus dark. 1119 01:11:03,222 --> 01:11:04,724 Game on. 1120 01:11:04,757 --> 01:11:06,759 Are you doing this because of Katie? 1121 01:11:12,865 --> 01:11:14,000 You should go. 1122 01:11:17,003 --> 01:11:18,938 You have the information you need. 1123 01:11:20,572 --> 01:11:23,709 So go write your story if you have the guts. 1124 01:11:23,743 --> 01:11:27,213 Aren't you afraid? Living out here all alone? 1125 01:11:27,246 --> 01:11:32,184 If dark state is as powerful as you say they are, why speak out now? 1126 01:11:33,485 --> 01:11:35,453 Nobody gets out of here alive. 1127 01:11:48,701 --> 01:11:50,736 Thanks for taking the ride with me. 1128 01:11:50,770 --> 01:11:51,971 Told you I would. 1129 01:11:52,972 --> 01:11:55,473 - So Violet confirmed the address? - Yes. 1130 01:11:55,507 --> 01:11:57,509 According to her, 1131 01:11:57,542 --> 01:11:59,845 Katie and the boys were at a house party on Cossart Avenue 1132 01:11:59,879 --> 01:12:01,747 at Pennsylvania-Delaware border. 1133 01:12:01,781 --> 01:12:03,515 And guess who owns the house? 1134 01:12:03,816 --> 01:12:05,851 - Who? - The De Bauer family. 1135 01:12:06,719 --> 01:12:09,021 That's right. From Delaware. 1136 01:12:09,989 --> 01:12:12,091 So we're just taking a ride. No knocking on doors. 1137 01:12:12,124 --> 01:12:14,226 No way. 1138 01:12:14,260 --> 01:12:16,561 It's owned by the De Bauers, we won't even be able to get close. 1139 01:12:16,594 --> 01:12:20,866 Probably tons of security. Just really curious. Aren't you? 1140 01:12:21,533 --> 01:12:24,870 We finally know where Katie was the night of her accident. 1141 01:12:24,904 --> 01:12:28,641 And it happens to be at a house owned by the one and only De Bauer family? 1142 01:12:28,674 --> 01:12:30,710 It's only an hour and 13 minutes from here. 1143 01:12:30,743 --> 01:12:32,144 It's so strange. 1144 01:12:32,979 --> 01:12:34,780 Let's get this over with. 1145 01:12:34,814 --> 01:12:36,115 Tonight, we celebrate. 1146 01:12:37,783 --> 01:12:38,884 Promise? 1147 01:12:41,586 --> 01:12:43,255 - Hm? - Promise. 1148 01:12:49,996 --> 01:12:51,097 Hold on. 1149 01:12:52,098 --> 01:12:53,632 This is newsworthy. 1150 01:13:59,632 --> 01:14:01,333 Watch out! 1151 01:14:04,837 --> 01:14:06,571 Oh, my God. 1152 01:14:10,042 --> 01:14:11,277 Wait here. 1153 01:14:15,381 --> 01:14:16,849 Hello. 1154 01:14:28,761 --> 01:14:30,129 Hello. 1155 01:14:32,331 --> 01:14:35,134 Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Easy. 1156 01:14:35,167 --> 01:14:36,836 You're on private property. 1157 01:14:36,869 --> 01:14:38,838 - Sir, we're trying to help. - Shut up. 1158 01:14:45,811 --> 01:14:49,315 Ah! No! No! Ah! 1159 01:14:50,382 --> 01:14:52,985 Ah! Ugh! 1160 01:14:53,018 --> 01:14:54,286 Help! 1161 01:14:59,191 --> 01:15:01,293 No! No! 1162 01:15:02,094 --> 01:15:05,164 Ah! Ah! Ah! 1163 01:15:05,865 --> 01:15:08,234 - I'm not gonna tell you again. - Don't hurt her. 1164 01:15:09,468 --> 01:15:12,404 Ah! Help! 1165 01:15:13,172 --> 01:15:14,673 Last warning. 1166 01:15:14,707 --> 01:15:15,708 - Don't hurt her! - Ah! 1167 01:16:04,823 --> 01:16:08,961 So, this is Alicia Gazzara. 1168 01:16:10,429 --> 01:16:12,398 In the flesh and blood. 1169 01:16:13,432 --> 01:16:15,234 Do you know why I brought you here? 1170 01:16:15,267 --> 01:16:17,403 I brought you here 1171 01:16:17,436 --> 01:16:20,773 because I have a feeling you and I may be able to work together. 1172 01:16:20,806 --> 01:16:22,041 Doing what? 1173 01:16:23,042 --> 01:16:24,777 What's your superpower? 1174 01:16:25,844 --> 01:16:27,046 I can write. 1175 01:16:27,880 --> 01:16:30,015 Pen is mightier than the sword. 1176 01:16:31,850 --> 01:16:35,120 Alicia, do you know what a lie suggests? 1177 01:16:36,822 --> 01:16:42,761 It suggests that the person you are lying to doesn't deserve to know the truth. 1178 01:16:42,795 --> 01:16:43,996 Okay. 1179 01:16:44,797 --> 01:16:48,367 The unwashed masses have successfully dumbed themselves 1180 01:16:48,400 --> 01:16:51,036 down to the level of beasts. 1181 01:16:51,070 --> 01:16:55,841 And they deserve every fucking lie we tell them. 1182 01:16:56,242 --> 01:16:58,877 I resent that I breathe the same air as them. 1183 01:16:59,545 --> 01:17:00,879 True. 1184 01:17:02,982 --> 01:17:05,184 I like you so much, Alicia. 1185 01:17:05,918 --> 01:17:07,853 So I ask you again. 1186 01:17:08,520 --> 01:17:12,791 Why are you here? And not in that field with Rusty? 1187 01:17:12,825 --> 01:17:15,494 You want me to work for you. 1188 01:17:16,295 --> 01:17:17,496 You might say that. 1189 01:17:18,530 --> 01:17:22,901 The media does more than inform and entertain. 1190 01:17:22,935 --> 01:17:26,805 It shapes public opinion. That's real power. 1191 01:17:27,373 --> 01:17:30,042 That's what our programming does. 1192 01:17:30,075 --> 01:17:34,346 People think what we tell them to think. 1193 01:17:35,447 --> 01:17:38,217 Why do you think we need to do that? 1194 01:17:38,250 --> 01:17:39,451 I'm not sure. 1195 01:17:40,687 --> 01:17:45,824 No person with a strong moral compass seeking truth 1196 01:17:45,858 --> 01:17:47,192 can be brainwashed. 1197 01:17:48,093 --> 01:17:52,564 So, we take responsibility for those who refuse 1198 01:17:52,598 --> 01:17:55,000 to take responsibility for themselves. 1199 01:17:55,601 --> 01:17:58,270 The unwashed masses. 1200 01:17:58,304 --> 01:18:03,175 It is their collective and willful ignorance that is enslaving humanity. 1201 01:18:03,208 --> 01:18:05,177 Not a few people at the top. 1202 01:18:05,210 --> 01:18:06,412 I agree. 1203 01:18:06,445 --> 01:18:08,247 Will you help us? 1204 01:18:10,482 --> 01:18:11,550 What would I get? 1205 01:18:12,351 --> 01:18:15,587 Then I ask you. What do you want? 1206 01:18:17,589 --> 01:18:19,958 What are your deepest desires? 1207 01:18:19,992 --> 01:18:21,593 Let me ask you this. 1208 01:18:23,028 --> 01:18:24,263 Where are we? 1209 01:18:26,498 --> 01:18:29,501 When the Lightbringer was cast out of heaven 1210 01:18:29,535 --> 01:18:33,906 for refusing to serve mankind, where did he fall? 1211 01:18:34,306 --> 01:18:35,307 Earth. 1212 01:18:35,974 --> 01:18:38,110 Now, I ask you, 1213 01:18:39,545 --> 01:18:43,382 where are we? Who do we serve? 1214 01:18:45,150 --> 01:18:50,456 Alicia, I am giving you an opportunity to align yourself with the God of this world. 1215 01:18:50,489 --> 01:18:55,994 And if you do, you will have anything you've ever wanted. 1216 01:18:57,629 --> 01:18:59,365 What do you want? 1217 01:19:00,332 --> 01:19:02,401 You have to say it, Alicia. 1218 01:19:06,405 --> 01:19:11,577 I want a career as a top writer in the most prestigious magazine in New York City. 1219 01:19:11,610 --> 01:19:16,215 I want everything Katie had and more, the parties, the fame, the access, I want it all. 1220 01:19:16,248 --> 01:19:19,551 I want to be rich and I want respect. 1221 01:19:20,185 --> 01:19:22,187 I worked hard to get where I am. 1222 01:19:22,689 --> 01:19:26,659 I want the respect my family never gave me. That's what I want, respect. 1223 01:19:27,359 --> 01:19:28,494 Mm. 1224 01:19:29,528 --> 01:19:30,963 And what would you be willing to do to get it? 1225 01:19:30,996 --> 01:19:32,030 Anything. 1226 01:19:34,133 --> 01:19:35,067 Say it. 1227 01:19:36,068 --> 01:19:38,036 I'm willing to do anything. 1228 01:19:40,072 --> 01:19:41,440 It's all I needed to hear. 1229 01:19:41,473 --> 01:19:44,143 I'll make a few phone calls on your behalf. 1230 01:19:45,010 --> 01:19:46,145 Thank you. 1231 01:19:47,546 --> 01:19:49,047 What about Rusty? 1232 01:19:49,081 --> 01:19:50,482 Oh, that's all taken care of. 1233 01:19:51,250 --> 01:19:52,451 I'll be in touch. 1234 01:19:55,487 --> 01:19:57,322 Shall I take her on the tour? 1235 01:19:57,990 --> 01:19:59,191 Absolutely. 1236 01:20:16,643 --> 01:20:19,679 Free will is a beautiful thing. 1237 01:20:52,110 --> 01:20:53,345 What? 1238 01:20:54,613 --> 01:20:56,181 Alicia, help. 1239 01:20:58,450 --> 01:20:59,686 Help me. 1240 01:21:03,589 --> 01:21:04,691 I'm hurt badly. 1241 01:21:08,260 --> 01:21:09,294 I can't. 1242 01:21:23,075 --> 01:21:24,777 - You all right? - Yeah. 1243 01:21:24,811 --> 01:21:28,046 Rusty is still alive. Check his phone. 1244 01:23:02,507 --> 01:23:05,177 Ladies. 1245 01:23:07,914 --> 01:23:12,217 Wow! This house is so beautiful. Uh, who exactly owns it? 1246 01:23:13,285 --> 01:23:16,588 I don't know, but I was given free rein all weekend. 1247 01:23:16,622 --> 01:23:18,891 This is amazing. Look at this view. 1248 01:23:18,925 --> 01:23:20,425 Oh, toast. 1249 01:23:20,459 --> 01:23:21,360 Ah! 1250 01:23:21,393 --> 01:23:22,862 To Alicia. 1251 01:23:22,895 --> 01:23:25,765 Congratulations on a new job at Hudson Magazine 1252 01:23:25,798 --> 01:23:29,702 and to your first interview on location at the Cannes Film Festival. 1253 01:23:30,502 --> 01:23:33,305 And to you being given this house for the weekend to party in 1254 01:23:33,338 --> 01:23:34,841 and inviting us to celebrate with you. 1255 01:23:34,874 --> 01:23:36,709 Cheers! 1256 01:23:36,743 --> 01:23:38,210 You sure know how to make a comeback. 1257 01:23:38,243 --> 01:23:41,213 New York City and the French Riviera. 1258 01:23:41,246 --> 01:23:44,249 - Oh, this is good champagne. - Oh, it is good. 1259 01:23:44,282 --> 01:23:45,918 Drink up. There's more where that came from. 1260 01:23:45,952 --> 01:23:47,954 True story, the bar is stocked. 1261 01:23:47,987 --> 01:23:50,322 The good life. 1262 01:23:50,355 --> 01:23:52,925 Who would have thought, just a few months ago you would be the big star 1263 01:23:52,959 --> 01:23:54,794 coming out of town? 1264 01:23:54,827 --> 01:23:57,629 I was working on some things. I just never mentioned it. 1265 01:23:57,664 --> 01:23:59,832 Hm, everybody is talking about you. 1266 01:23:59,866 --> 01:24:03,803 Yesterday, I heard you were the new editor-in-chief at Catwalk magazine. 1267 01:24:03,836 --> 01:24:07,439 You know Hammonton, what they don't know, they make up. 1268 01:24:08,507 --> 01:24:10,743 Rusty would be so proud. 1269 01:24:13,412 --> 01:24:15,313 I can't believe they found the carjacker. 1270 01:24:15,347 --> 01:24:16,949 Yeah, it's about time. 1271 01:24:16,983 --> 01:24:19,384 Hey, have any of you read Katie's tweets lately? 1272 01:24:19,418 --> 01:24:21,486 Crazy. Literally. 1273 01:24:21,520 --> 01:24:22,989 Honestly, what do you think is going on with her? 1274 01:24:23,022 --> 01:24:24,489 Brain damage. 1275 01:24:24,523 --> 01:24:26,291 - Lisa. - I'm not the only one saying it. 1276 01:24:26,893 --> 01:24:28,427 I talked to her after the accident. 1277 01:24:28,460 --> 01:24:30,395 - She seems fine. - Okay. 1278 01:24:30,429 --> 01:24:31,931 But her tweets are creepy. 1279 01:24:31,964 --> 01:24:33,900 And she wasn't like that before the accident. 1280 01:24:33,933 --> 01:24:35,768 Head injuries are serious. 1281 01:24:35,802 --> 01:24:37,704 Could a head injury change her personality like that? 1282 01:24:37,737 --> 01:24:38,838 It's possible. 1283 01:24:38,871 --> 01:24:40,338 I heard she's back on drugs. 1284 01:24:40,372 --> 01:24:41,841 I don't believe that. 1285 01:24:41,874 --> 01:24:45,011 I never believed Katie did drugs and I never will. 1286 01:24:45,044 --> 01:24:47,446 Yeah, she drank. 1287 01:24:47,479 --> 01:24:50,783 But every time I see her, she's jogging around town completely clear-eyed. 1288 01:24:50,817 --> 01:24:52,952 And then I read that she's back in rehab, 1289 01:24:52,985 --> 01:24:55,855 which is totally untrue because she is sitting right next to me at Casciano's. 1290 01:24:56,656 --> 01:24:58,256 I don't know how the media gets away with that. 1291 01:24:58,691 --> 01:25:02,394 Oh, here we go. She has a whole bunch of tweets. 1292 01:25:03,595 --> 01:25:08,400 Oh, my God. This is so sad. 1293 01:25:08,433 --> 01:25:10,435 Someone get this girl a tinfoil hat. 1294 01:25:10,469 --> 01:25:12,270 Maybe I'll get her one. 1295 01:25:12,304 --> 01:25:15,007 She had so many opportunities and she squandered them. 1296 01:25:15,041 --> 01:25:16,976 Spoiled little brats usually do that. 1297 01:25:17,009 --> 01:25:18,577 Can't get arrested. No. 1298 01:25:18,610 --> 01:25:22,048 Alicia, that's harsh. She worked hard. 1299 01:25:22,081 --> 01:25:23,850 She worked her way to New York. Just like you did. 1300 01:25:26,018 --> 01:25:28,855 Her parents paid for her college free and clear, 1301 01:25:28,888 --> 01:25:30,757 supported her financially in New York City 1302 01:25:30,790 --> 01:25:32,759 while she went on auditions all day, whatever she did. 1303 01:25:32,792 --> 01:25:35,393 She didn't work and pay for her apartment. 1304 01:25:35,427 --> 01:25:37,930 Do you know where I'd be right now if I had that? 1305 01:25:38,931 --> 01:25:40,833 She does have talent though. 1306 01:25:40,867 --> 01:25:43,368 She made it on Broadway and in Hollywood because of that, 1307 01:25:43,401 --> 01:25:45,370 not because her parents paid for her apartment. 1308 01:25:45,403 --> 01:25:47,940 You're right. It wasn't just her parents. 1309 01:25:47,974 --> 01:25:51,043 I'm sure she had a little help from the casting couch as well. 1310 01:25:51,077 --> 01:25:53,512 You really think the world is rigged, don't you? 1311 01:25:53,545 --> 01:25:55,313 I know it is. 1312 01:25:55,347 --> 01:25:57,984 Girls, we're here to celebrate. 1313 01:25:58,017 --> 01:26:02,755 Listen, I like Katie. I always have. I wish her well. 1314 01:26:03,455 --> 01:26:06,993 Here's to Katie. Without her I wouldn't be here. 1315 01:26:11,898 --> 01:26:13,699 Oh, I had a house on the beach, I would never leave. 1316 01:26:13,733 --> 01:26:16,636 Oh, she tweeted. Katie just tweeted. 1317 01:26:16,669 --> 01:26:17,770 I'm going to read it. 1318 01:26:18,871 --> 01:26:20,673 "I'm free." 1319 01:26:31,616 --> 01:26:36,088 I'm free. I'm free by choice. 1320 01:26:37,757 --> 01:26:40,726 We are as free as we are moral. 1321 01:26:40,760 --> 01:26:44,964 As our morality increases, our freedom increases. 1322 01:26:44,997 --> 01:26:49,802 As our morality decreases, our freedom decreases. 1323 01:26:51,070 --> 01:26:53,505 I worship truth. 1324 01:26:53,538 --> 01:26:57,877 Truth dictates the quality of your life. It's valuable. 1325 01:26:58,978 --> 01:27:03,515 The less truth you have in your life, the more you will suffer. 1326 01:27:05,685 --> 01:27:08,420 Stop lying to yourself. 1327 01:27:09,889 --> 01:27:13,425 The dark state will fail. 1328 01:27:13,860 --> 01:27:16,461 The war is on. 1329 01:27:18,197 --> 01:27:20,900 You cannot stand up 1330 01:27:21,466 --> 01:27:25,805 against the force of creation and win. 1331 01:27:29,608 --> 01:27:30,943 Godspeed. 1332 01:27:56,742 --> 01:28:01,742 Provided by explosiveskull https://twitter.com/kaboomskull 102650

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