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Yeah. - My girlfriend is wearing... 13 00:01:12,767 --> 00:01:13,802 - Okay! - ...exactly the same dress as that. 14 00:01:17,205 --> 00:01:18,572 - Please believe me. - It's all right. It's fine. 15 00:01:18,574 --> 00:01:20,239 - No, I didn't mean that, all right? - It's fine. It's okay. 16 00:01:20,241 --> 00:01:21,474 - I'm not... That's not... - It's all right. 17 00:01:21,476 --> 00:01:23,044 - Listen, let me buy you a drink to... - Uh. 18 00:01:23,046 --> 00:01:24,444 - ...to make up for it. - The drinks are free. 19 00:01:24,446 --> 00:01:25,578 - Are they? Well, terrific. - Yeah. 20 00:01:25,580 --> 00:01:26,813 I'll definitely get you one then. Please. 21 00:01:26,815 --> 00:01:28,248 - [CHUCKLES] Okay. All right. - Come on. 22 00:01:28,250 --> 00:01:29,618 - Yeah. - This is so embarrassing. 23 00:01:32,720 --> 00:01:34,455 - LEANNE: Thank you. - You're welcome. Yeah. 24 00:01:34,457 --> 00:01:36,155 - I should probably go and find my girlfriend now. - Yeah. Cool. 25 00:01:36,157 --> 00:01:37,825 - She's gonna be very pissed off at me. - LEANNE: Okay. 26 00:01:37,827 --> 00:01:39,794 [COUGHS] 27 00:01:39,796 --> 00:01:41,962 - LEANNE: Are you okay? - Ah, boy. Funny story. 28 00:01:41,964 --> 00:01:43,797 You know when I accidentally kissed you outside? 29 00:01:43,799 --> 00:01:44,967 Yeah, I think I might have... 30 00:01:45,567 --> 00:01:47,268 swallowed a little bit of whatever it was 31 00:01:47,270 --> 00:01:49,135 - you were eating. - Oh, my God, that's disgusting. 32 00:01:49,137 --> 00:01:50,269 - Yeah. [CHUCKLES] - [CHUCKLES] 33 00:01:50,271 --> 00:01:51,605 - I know. I know. [CHUCKLES] - [LEANNE CHUCKLES] 34 00:01:51,607 --> 00:01:52,940 - That's awful! - You don't ha... you don't happen 35 00:01:52,942 --> 00:01:54,107 - to know if there was any... - I'm sorry. 36 00:01:54,109 --> 00:01:55,709 Was there any nuts in it by any chance? 37 00:01:55,711 --> 00:01:57,280 - LEANNE: Oh. - [TEDDY COUGHS] 38 00:01:59,815 --> 00:02:01,048 - [TEDDY COUGHS] - Oh. How bad is it? 39 00:02:01,050 --> 00:02:02,982 - It's pretty bad. Yeah. - Then why are you laughing? 40 00:02:02,984 --> 00:02:04,486 Because you were laughing. That got me laughing 41 00:02:04,552 --> 00:02:06,620 - but now I'm actually pretty... pretty scared. - Oh. Oh, no. Okay. All right. 42 00:02:06,622 --> 00:02:08,391 - It's pretty frightening. - Should... Should I call an ambulance? 43 00:02:11,993 --> 00:02:13,827 - You know... - I'm gonna... I'm gonna go check if they've got, like, a... 44 00:02:13,829 --> 00:02:15,162 - [CLEARS THROAT] Be amazing. - ...first aid kit... 45 00:02:15,164 --> 00:02:16,597 - ...or something. Yeah? - That'd be amazing. Yeah, yeah. 46 00:02:16,599 --> 00:02:17,664 - Are you gonna be okay? - Yeah, 47 00:02:17,666 --> 00:02:18,998 - I should have four... - All right. I'll be back. 48 00:02:19,000 --> 00:02:20,233 ...to five minutes until I... until I die. 49 00:02:20,235 --> 00:02:21,337 - [CLEARS THROAT] - [GASPS] 50 00:02:21,704 --> 00:02:24,170 There you are, naughty boy! [CHUCKLES] 51 00:02:24,172 --> 00:02:26,406 - [STUTTERS] - [SMOOCHES] 52 00:02:26,408 --> 00:02:29,010 Listen, Becka. 53 00:02:29,243 --> 00:02:30,577 LEANNE: There's an EpiPen coming. 54 00:02:30,579 --> 00:02:32,311 They're just bringing it from upstairs so... 55 00:02:32,313 --> 00:02:34,080 - All right. Amazing. - Oh, my God! Wearing the same dress. 56 00:02:34,082 --> 00:02:36,049 - That's so funny. - Oh. [CHUCKLES] - See, told you. 57 00:02:36,051 --> 00:02:37,319 - How funny is that? - [TEDDY COUGHS] 58 00:02:38,121 --> 00:02:39,720 - TEDDY: I can't... I can't... - BECKA: Hey. 59 00:02:39,722 --> 00:02:41,055 - TEDDY: ...breathe right now. - Hey, excuse me, 60 00:02:41,057 --> 00:02:42,855 - who needed the EpiPen? - LEANNE: Thanks. It's for him. 61 00:02:42,857 --> 00:02:44,525 - [TEDDY GROANS] - BECKA: Are you okay? 62 00:02:44,527 --> 00:02:45,591 - [GROANS] - BECKA: What happened? 63 00:02:45,593 --> 00:02:47,360 - He accidentally ate some nuts. - How? 64 00:02:47,362 --> 00:02:49,295 Well, I had some praline in my mouth and then he... 65 00:02:49,297 --> 00:02:51,264 All right, yeah, no. We don't need to know exactly 66 00:02:51,266 --> 00:02:53,266 how that happened. But look, I think... 67 00:02:53,268 --> 00:02:55,468 Well, I... I should probably... I need to... I need to go. 68 00:02:55,470 --> 00:02:57,270 Yeah, I'll just go get my stuff and... and we'll go. 69 00:02:57,272 --> 00:02:58,805 - TEDDY: All right. Great. - Definitely wanna go? 70 00:02:58,807 --> 00:03:00,909 - I definitely wanna go. I nearly just died. - BECKA: Okay! 71 00:03:03,812 --> 00:03:05,047 LEANNE: How do you feel? 72 00:03:05,112 --> 00:03:07,548 I feel weird. Like... [BUZZES] ...like the adrenaline's really 73 00:03:07,550 --> 00:03:09,015 - coursing through. I mean... - Right. 74 00:03:09,017 --> 00:03:10,719 ...feel that now. Feel there. Feel my, uh... 75 00:03:15,391 --> 00:03:19,361 [INDISTINCT CHATTER] 76 00:03:20,094 --> 00:03:22,228 [CHUCKLES] I'm gonna... I'm gonna go 77 00:03:22,230 --> 00:03:23,698 get you some water. 78 00:03:23,700 --> 00:03:24,833 Thank you very much. 79 00:03:26,735 --> 00:03:28,470 - Yeah. - [MOUTHING] Fuck! 80 00:04:43,311 --> 00:04:45,011 LEANNE: Like just totally out of the blue, 81 00:04:45,013 --> 00:04:46,145 the waiter started dancing. 82 00:04:46,147 --> 00:04:47,415 - TEDDY: Yeah. - LEANNE: And Sam was there. 83 00:04:47,616 --> 00:04:49,148 - He was, like, filming... - Oh. Yeah. Filming it on his little phone. 84 00:04:49,150 --> 00:04:50,316 - ...the whole thing. And then... - [MUMBLES] 85 00:04:50,318 --> 00:04:51,818 ...this one, this one gets down on one knee. And I... 86 00:04:51,820 --> 00:04:53,287 Then she starts crying profusely. And that was a bit... 87 00:04:53,289 --> 00:04:54,854 - Well, you were crying first. - No, I wasn't. There's video... 88 00:04:54,856 --> 00:04:56,489 Yes, you were, you were crying! there is video evidence... 89 00:04:56,491 --> 00:04:57,857 - Oh, my God. - ...to suggest that... 90 00:04:57,859 --> 00:04:59,025 - He was crying. - I wasn't crying, all right? 91 00:04:59,027 --> 00:05:00,160 - Weeping tears. - I was not. Anyway! 92 00:05:00,162 --> 00:05:01,563 [CHUCKLES] All right. 93 00:05:01,830 --> 00:05:03,130 Long story short, she said yes. 94 00:05:03,132 --> 00:05:04,732 - What I actually said was... - All right. 95 00:05:04,734 --> 00:05:07,169 - ..."What took you so long?" - Yeah, okay. I just, uh, 96 00:05:07,402 --> 00:05:09,570 I just wish I could have gotten my shit together sooner 97 00:05:09,572 --> 00:05:10,639 so that... [INHALES] 98 00:05:10,972 --> 00:05:12,674 ...so that you could have seen it all, old man. 99 00:05:14,876 --> 00:05:16,344 LEANNE: Hey, you want some more time? 100 00:05:16,746 --> 00:05:19,580 TEDDY: More time? That'd be nice. [INHALES] 101 00:05:19,582 --> 00:05:22,017 There never seems to be enough time, does there? 102 00:05:22,650 --> 00:05:24,150 - [CHUCKLES] - I'll just be in the car. 103 00:05:24,152 --> 00:05:25,184 - All right. - Right. 104 00:05:25,186 --> 00:05:26,388 All right, darling. Yeah, okay. 105 00:05:27,722 --> 00:05:29,859 She's a good one, Dad, I tell ya. I just... 106 00:05:30,226 --> 00:05:32,292 Uh, I just wish you could have known her longer, 107 00:05:32,294 --> 00:05:33,729 because she's... she's really, uh... 108 00:05:35,164 --> 00:05:36,328 - Hi. - Hi. 109 00:05:36,330 --> 00:05:37,864 I, uh, I overheard you talking. 110 00:05:37,866 --> 00:05:39,835 [HESITATES] Sorry. Yeah, I like... like to, uh... 111 00:05:40,601 --> 00:05:42,203 talk out loud to him. It's silly, I know. 112 00:05:42,436 --> 00:05:44,139 Oh. I think it's sillier to say nothing. 113 00:05:44,440 --> 00:05:46,039 - I do it, all the time. - Right. 114 00:05:46,041 --> 00:05:48,607 No, I overheard you got engaged. Congratulations. 115 00:05:48,609 --> 00:05:50,477 Oh, thank you very much. Yeah. 116 00:05:50,479 --> 00:05:52,246 I've seen you two coming here for a while now. 117 00:05:52,248 --> 00:05:54,114 I wondered when you'd finally pop the question. 118 00:05:54,116 --> 00:05:56,282 Yeah, well, you know, you don't wanna rush into these things, do you? So... 119 00:05:56,284 --> 00:05:58,018 - How long before the wedding? - We haven't... 120 00:05:58,020 --> 00:05:59,552 we haven't set a date yet, so... 121 00:05:59,554 --> 00:06:00,522 - Why not? - Just waiting 122 00:06:00,655 --> 00:06:02,556 - for the right time. - Well, the right time is now, 123 00:06:02,558 --> 00:06:04,191 - believe me. [CHUCKLES] - [CHUCKLES] Now? 124 00:06:04,193 --> 00:06:05,325 - Yeah. - Right now? 125 00:06:05,327 --> 00:06:06,926 - Why not? - Well, I've got a lot of things 126 00:06:06,928 --> 00:06:08,895 - on my plate right now. - So, do those now, too. 127 00:06:08,897 --> 00:06:11,332 No, I can't do everything right now, can I? 128 00:06:11,334 --> 00:06:12,799 That's... That's crazy. 129 00:06:12,801 --> 00:06:14,768 Why is it crazy? When would be a better time? 130 00:06:14,770 --> 00:06:15,902 I don't know. Later. 131 00:06:15,904 --> 00:06:18,272 Well, I find later can often turn into too late. 132 00:06:18,640 --> 00:06:21,775 Okay. Yeah, that's very, uh... [INHALES] ...very dramatic. 133 00:06:21,777 --> 00:06:24,410 Anyway, look, nice to meet you. I will, uh, I'll see... 134 00:06:24,412 --> 00:06:26,111 - I'll see you later. - Oh, later again? 135 00:06:26,113 --> 00:06:27,648 What is it with you and later? 136 00:06:27,650 --> 00:06:29,415 Sorry, I don't wanna... I don't wanna be rude. 137 00:06:29,417 --> 00:06:31,017 I just haven't really got the time to... 138 00:06:31,019 --> 00:06:32,654 Yes, you do. You do have time. 139 00:06:33,054 --> 00:06:34,389 But what if you didn't? 140 00:06:34,657 --> 00:06:36,657 - If I didn't... - What if time was moving faster 141 00:06:36,659 --> 00:06:38,026 and faster, just for you? 142 00:06:38,493 --> 00:06:40,027 It, sort of, feels like the opposite 143 00:06:40,029 --> 00:06:42,029 - is happening right now, but... - What if you woke up 144 00:06:42,563 --> 00:06:45,200 and a whole year had gone by just like that? 145 00:06:46,135 --> 00:06:47,069 Hmm? 146 00:06:50,738 --> 00:06:52,373 Okey dokey, nice talking to you. 147 00:06:52,674 --> 00:06:54,607 I'd like to give you something if that's okay. 148 00:06:54,609 --> 00:06:57,410 - Call it a wedding present. - No. A wedding present? [STUTTERS] You don't... 149 00:06:57,412 --> 00:06:59,912 - No, please, please, please! - ...have to give me a wedding present! 150 00:06:59,914 --> 00:07:01,482 I have been waiting such a long time 151 00:07:01,484 --> 00:07:03,318 to give this to someone. Someone who needs it. 152 00:07:03,919 --> 00:07:05,652 How do you know I need it, whatever it is? 153 00:07:05,654 --> 00:07:07,621 Well, I can tell that you're a good man. 154 00:07:07,623 --> 00:07:08,856 Lost, but good. 155 00:07:09,625 --> 00:07:11,559 That's a weird compliment but thank you. 156 00:07:11,561 --> 00:07:13,960 You will have it just in time for the wedding in a couple of weeks. 157 00:07:13,962 --> 00:07:15,996 - We... We haven't set a date yet for the wedding. - LEANNE: Hey! 158 00:07:15,998 --> 00:07:17,162 - Hello, babes! - You okay? 159 00:07:17,164 --> 00:07:18,431 - Hello. - Yeah, yeah, fine, yeah. Just... 160 00:07:18,433 --> 00:07:19,402 - LEANNE: Yeah? - [MOUTHING] Help me. 161 00:07:19,936 --> 00:07:21,434 - Congratulations on your upcoming wedding. - [MOUTHS] She's a little crazy. 162 00:07:21,436 --> 00:07:22,571 - Oh, thank you. - [WOMAN CHUCKLES] 163 00:07:22,738 --> 00:07:24,705 But I don't know how upcoming it is. He won't set a date. 164 00:07:24,707 --> 00:07:26,672 Oh, really? He just told me he wants to have it 165 00:07:26,674 --> 00:07:28,142 - two weeks from now. - Sorry, what? 166 00:07:28,144 --> 00:07:30,210 - Oh, I like that. - TEDDY: Oh, you like that, do you? 167 00:07:30,212 --> 00:07:31,511 - Yeah! - Really, you like that? 168 00:07:31,513 --> 00:07:33,046 - You know what they say. - What? 169 00:07:33,048 --> 00:07:34,583 - YOLO. - YOLO? 170 00:07:34,715 --> 00:07:37,684 - You Only Live Once. - Yeah, I know what YOLO means. Just no one says YOLO anymore. 171 00:07:37,686 --> 00:07:40,020 - Well, babe, she's kind of, got a point. - Do they? I mean... 172 00:07:40,022 --> 00:07:41,153 - That's how... - Like wedding... 173 00:07:41,155 --> 00:07:42,356 - Right. - ...two weeks. YOLO. 174 00:07:42,358 --> 00:07:44,357 - Don't you say it as well, okay? - YOLO... 175 00:07:44,359 --> 00:07:46,729 [CHUCKLES] Come on. Come on! 176 00:07:46,996 --> 00:07:48,195 - YOLO. - Ow! 177 00:07:48,664 --> 00:07:50,530 - All right then, fine. YOLO! - [LEANNE EXCLAIMS] 178 00:07:50,532 --> 00:07:52,732 - All right, if that's what you wanna do. - Yes! 179 00:07:52,734 --> 00:07:55,737 - I'm gonna email invitations when we get home. All right? - Yeah, all right. Okay. 180 00:07:56,804 --> 00:07:57,906 You will thank me for this. 181 00:07:58,474 --> 00:08:00,109 - Oh, will I? - Mm-hmm. 182 00:08:01,042 --> 00:08:02,477 Later. [CHUCKLES] 183 00:08:06,914 --> 00:08:08,181 What just happened? [CHUCKLES] 184 00:08:08,183 --> 00:08:09,749 [GLASS CLINKING] 185 00:08:09,751 --> 00:08:11,686 SAM: You know, I never thought this day would come. 186 00:08:11,921 --> 00:08:14,354 I mean, any normal man would have married Leanne 187 00:08:14,356 --> 00:08:16,323 - the second he laid eyes on her. - [CROWD CHUCKLING] 188 00:08:16,325 --> 00:08:17,390 SAM: But not Teddy. 189 00:08:17,392 --> 00:08:19,027 No, he waited. 190 00:08:19,661 --> 00:08:21,294 [LIPS SMACKING] And waited. 191 00:08:21,296 --> 00:08:22,595 - And waited. - Okay. 192 00:08:22,597 --> 00:08:23,998 - Exactly. - [CROWD CHUCKLING] 193 00:08:24,000 --> 00:08:26,032 Anyway, Teddy, you're my best friend in the world. 194 00:08:26,034 --> 00:08:27,302 I've known you the longest 195 00:08:27,568 --> 00:08:28,770 and, uh... 196 00:08:29,737 --> 00:08:31,238 Anyway, Leanne, he's your problem now. 197 00:08:31,240 --> 00:08:32,471 - All right. - [CROWD CHUCKLING] 198 00:08:32,473 --> 00:08:34,775 - Toast. To Teddy and Leanne. - CROWD: To Teddy and Leanne. 199 00:08:35,043 --> 00:08:36,676 - [CROWD CHEERING] - Thank you so much, Sam. 200 00:08:36,678 --> 00:08:38,345 - Thank you. That was lovely. - SAM: You're welcome. 201 00:08:38,347 --> 00:08:40,113 - [LEANNE EXCLAIMS] - That was nice. Yeah. Very funny. 202 00:08:40,115 --> 00:08:41,947 - [LEANNE CHUCKLES] - Why'd you talk about all that waiting stuff? 203 00:08:41,949 --> 00:08:43,715 - I'm not that bad. Come on. - [LEANNE CHUCKLES] 204 00:08:43,717 --> 00:08:45,252 Uh. Oh, really? Uh. Where's the honeymoon? 205 00:08:45,254 --> 00:08:46,686 - Ooh. - Well, you can't... I can't... 206 00:08:46,688 --> 00:08:47,755 - Ooh. - You can't... Yeah, all right. 207 00:08:48,090 --> 00:08:49,889 I can't just rush into a decision like that, can I? I've got... 208 00:08:49,891 --> 00:08:51,858 - SAM: Oh, yeah. - ...work out how much paid leave I've got. 209 00:08:51,860 --> 00:08:53,426 I've got a couple of work projects to... 210 00:08:53,428 --> 00:08:55,027 - SAM: Mm-hmm. - ...juggle. Oh, fine! All right, 211 00:08:55,029 --> 00:08:56,595 I'll do it first thing tomorrow morning. 212 00:08:56,597 --> 00:08:58,064 - Just you wait, okay? - Oh. 213 00:08:58,066 --> 00:08:59,032 - And wait. - And wait. 214 00:08:59,034 --> 00:08:59,999 Yeah, all right. 215 00:09:00,001 --> 00:09:01,268 - [LEANNE CHUCKLES] - Thank you. 216 00:09:01,270 --> 00:09:02,337 LEANNE: Come on! 217 00:09:03,371 --> 00:09:04,372 Come dance with me. 218 00:09:04,640 --> 00:09:10,178 ♪ Forever loving you ♪ 219 00:09:10,779 --> 00:09:12,412 ♪ Baby ♪ 220 00:09:12,414 --> 00:09:13,513 [LEANNE CHUCKLES] 221 00:09:13,515 --> 00:09:15,284 ♪ That that's what I do ♪ 222 00:09:16,418 --> 00:09:20,389 ♪ I'm gonna be forever ♪ 223 00:09:20,621 --> 00:09:24,358 ♪ Loving you ♪ 224 00:09:24,360 --> 00:09:28,998 ♪ Baby, best believe that That's what I do ♪ 225 00:09:31,833 --> 00:09:35,002 [INDISTINCT CHATTER] 226 00:09:35,569 --> 00:09:37,704 LEANNE: Oh. I thought I made a really good purchase. 227 00:09:37,706 --> 00:09:39,038 Yeah. Well, just... just don't break... 228 00:09:39,040 --> 00:09:40,340 - [LEANNE CHUCKLES] - ...anything, all right? Let me 229 00:09:40,342 --> 00:09:42,077 - take a photograph here. - LEANNE: All right. 230 00:09:42,843 --> 00:09:45,414 - One, two, three. - [CAMERA SHUTTER CLICKING] 231 00:09:46,615 --> 00:09:48,080 [LEANNE EXCLAIMS, SMOOCHES] 232 00:09:48,082 --> 00:09:49,748 TEDDY: Come along, missus, up you go. 233 00:09:49,750 --> 00:09:51,352 LEANNE: All right, I'm going, I'm going. 234 00:09:51,620 --> 00:09:53,655 - [TEDDY HUMMING] - [LEANNE CHUCKLES] 235 00:09:56,659 --> 00:09:57,623 - [CHUCKLES] - All right, come on. 236 00:09:57,625 --> 00:09:58,624 Let me carry you across the threshold. 237 00:09:58,626 --> 00:09:59,792 No, I wanna carry you across the threshold. 238 00:09:59,794 --> 00:10:01,127 What are you talking about? You'll never get me... 239 00:10:01,129 --> 00:10:02,329 - Yeah. Come on, babe! - ...across there. 240 00:10:02,331 --> 00:10:04,330 - I'm a huge man. - What... Get up, all right? Just jump on. 241 00:10:04,332 --> 00:10:05,898 - I can do this. Yeah. - Okay, all right, ready? 242 00:10:05,900 --> 00:10:07,267 - Yeah. Yeah. - And three, two, one. 243 00:10:07,269 --> 00:10:08,567 - Oh, God! - [LEANNE LAUGHS] 244 00:10:08,569 --> 00:10:10,570 - TEDDY: Are you all right? - LEANNE: Yeah. [CHUCKLES] 245 00:10:10,572 --> 00:10:11,937 Great. You doubted me. 246 00:10:11,939 --> 00:10:13,473 - Well done. - You doubted me. 247 00:10:13,475 --> 00:10:15,042 - Good for you. - [INHALES] All right. 248 00:10:15,044 --> 00:10:17,710 I wanna turn this room into my writing room. 249 00:10:17,712 --> 00:10:21,181 - All right then, we'll do it. I dare you. I dare you to do it. - Um. And can we get a dog? 250 00:10:21,183 --> 00:10:23,016 - 'Course we can! Done. - Let's get a Great Dane. 251 00:10:23,018 --> 00:10:24,783 - Yeah, really? - What's wrong with Great Danes? 252 00:10:24,785 --> 00:10:26,720 [MUMBLES] Any animal that calls itself "great" 253 00:10:26,722 --> 00:10:28,888 just seems a little, uh, seems a little arrogant to me. 254 00:10:28,890 --> 00:10:30,255 Can we get rid of this wallpaper? 255 00:10:30,257 --> 00:10:31,691 All right. I tell you what, let's do it first thing 256 00:10:31,693 --> 00:10:33,058 tomorrow morning, before breakfast. 257 00:10:33,060 --> 00:10:34,793 - How about that? [CHUCKLES] - [LEANNE EXCLAIMS] 258 00:10:34,795 --> 00:10:36,128 LEANNE: And you know what else I wanna do? 259 00:10:36,130 --> 00:10:37,830 - TEDDY: What? - LEANNE: I wanna knock down that wall... 260 00:10:37,832 --> 00:10:39,498 - Oh, yeah? - And, like, open up that whole space. 261 00:10:39,500 --> 00:10:40,966 Okay, you've got to stop. You're turning me on too much. 262 00:10:40,968 --> 00:10:41,901 - Really? - Yeah. 263 00:10:41,903 --> 00:10:42,970 Just wait until I put the furniture in. 264 00:10:42,972 --> 00:10:44,137 - TEDDY: You're so sexy... - [LEANNE GIGGLES] 265 00:10:44,139 --> 00:10:45,140 ...when you're renovating. Hmm. 266 00:10:45,340 --> 00:10:47,306 - All right? [LEANNE GIGGLES] - You're turning me on. 267 00:10:47,308 --> 00:10:48,541 - Be careful. - Really? 268 00:10:48,543 --> 00:10:50,043 - Yeah. - With all my renovation tips? 269 00:10:50,045 --> 00:10:53,214 - All your renovation tips! - [LEANNE GASPS, GIGGLES] 270 00:10:53,781 --> 00:10:55,514 - [LEANNE MOANS] - TEDDY: So, your ring, yes? 271 00:10:55,516 --> 00:10:57,149 - LEANNE: Hmm? - Yes. 272 00:10:57,151 --> 00:10:58,884 - [LEANNE SIGHS] - See, my dad made the ring 273 00:10:58,886 --> 00:11:00,086 for my mum, right? 274 00:11:00,088 --> 00:11:02,189 Like he actually... He literally made it. [INHALES] 275 00:11:02,191 --> 00:11:03,556 And so, you see it there? 276 00:11:03,558 --> 00:11:04,858 - LEANNE: Yeah. - TEDDY: See there? 277 00:11:04,860 --> 00:11:05,926 Slightly imperfect. 278 00:11:05,928 --> 00:11:07,393 There's nothing imperfect about it. 279 00:11:07,395 --> 00:11:09,529 - I'm never taking it off. - Yeah, it looks good on you. 280 00:11:09,531 --> 00:11:10,897 - You look good on me. - Oh, yeah. 281 00:11:10,899 --> 00:11:12,534 Hmm. Hmm. 282 00:11:13,669 --> 00:11:15,034 - [GIGGLES] - How are you feeling? 283 00:11:15,036 --> 00:11:17,572 [INHALES, EXHALES] Bloated. 284 00:11:17,872 --> 00:11:19,406 I fucking love it when you talk dirty. 285 00:11:19,408 --> 00:11:20,706 - [CHUCKLES] Shut up! - Honestly. 286 00:11:20,708 --> 00:11:21,908 - [CHUCKLES] - Oh, she's lovely 287 00:11:21,910 --> 00:11:23,008 and bloated for me. 288 00:11:23,010 --> 00:11:24,644 [CHUCKLES] How do you feel? 289 00:11:24,646 --> 00:11:26,480 What do you mean? I feel the same as always. 290 00:11:27,215 --> 00:11:29,017 I love you more than I did yesterday 291 00:11:29,784 --> 00:11:31,553 and not as much as I will tomorrow. 292 00:11:32,587 --> 00:11:34,654 - Nothing's gonna change. - You think? 293 00:11:34,656 --> 00:11:35,657 Nah. 294 00:11:36,491 --> 00:11:38,493 - Hard part's over. - Hmm. 295 00:11:39,394 --> 00:11:40,561 The wedding's the easy part. 296 00:11:40,563 --> 00:11:42,563 Pretty sure marriage is meant to be the hard part. 297 00:11:42,896 --> 00:11:44,564 - It's gonna get tough. - No, it won't. 298 00:11:44,566 --> 00:11:47,101 - Yes, it will. One day. - All right, well, 299 00:11:47,736 --> 00:11:49,502 shall we think about it on that day, then? 300 00:11:49,504 --> 00:11:51,671 That day might come sooner than you think. 301 00:11:51,673 --> 00:11:53,273 Hmm. Ditto. 302 00:11:53,275 --> 00:11:56,276 Oh, my God, that was terrible! [LAUGHS] 303 00:11:56,278 --> 00:11:58,210 - No, no, okay. No, I've gotta get up. - Why? 304 00:11:58,212 --> 00:12:00,580 [CHUCKLES] You gotta... ‘Cause I've got to take this dress back tomorrow. 305 00:12:00,582 --> 00:12:02,114 - Just leave the dress on. - No, I've gotta, like, 306 00:12:02,116 --> 00:12:04,050 return it. It's got to be pretty and smooth and stuff. 307 00:12:04,052 --> 00:12:06,652 - All right. - You've got to give me... give me... give me a few minutes. 308 00:12:06,654 --> 00:12:10,625 Okay. All right, well, your time starts now. 309 00:12:12,160 --> 00:12:13,692 LEANNE: Oh, hey, what'd we get? 310 00:12:13,694 --> 00:12:16,095 TEDDY: Uh. We got a... 311 00:12:16,097 --> 00:12:17,632 Some sort of plant from, uh... 312 00:12:18,732 --> 00:12:20,800 - Pete and David. - Oh, can we call it... 313 00:12:20,802 --> 00:12:22,101 - Groot? - Groot? 314 00:12:22,103 --> 00:12:24,405 Yes, we can. See? That's why we're married. 315 00:12:24,840 --> 00:12:27,707 A bit of bed linen 316 00:12:27,709 --> 00:12:30,744 - from Jamie and Milly. - LEANNE: Oh, French linen? 317 00:12:30,746 --> 00:12:32,648 The Frenchest, obviously. 318 00:12:41,189 --> 00:12:42,287 [METAL CLANKING] 319 00:12:42,289 --> 00:12:43,592 - LEANNE: What's that? - Don't know. 320 00:12:44,259 --> 00:12:45,159 Who's it from? 321 00:12:45,560 --> 00:12:49,928 Uh. Doesn't say. Just says, uh, "Do not open for ten years." 322 00:12:49,930 --> 00:12:51,465 LEANNE: It's a gag gift. It has to be. 323 00:12:51,832 --> 00:12:52,834 Gotta be, innit? 324 00:12:53,735 --> 00:12:55,103 - [METAL CLANKING] - Hmm. 325 00:12:55,803 --> 00:12:58,039 - I'll get a can opener. - LEANNE: No, no, do it later. 326 00:12:58,774 --> 00:13:00,809 There's a present over here you've got to unwrap first. 327 00:13:08,750 --> 00:13:10,186 - [TEDDY SMOOCHES] - [LEANNE SMOOCHES] 328 00:13:13,420 --> 00:13:14,924 - [TEDDY SMOOCHES] - [LEANNE SMOOCHES] 329 00:13:16,424 --> 00:13:18,059 - [WHOOSHING] - You hear that? 330 00:13:19,327 --> 00:13:21,297 LEANNE: Hey, come here. 331 00:13:23,531 --> 00:13:26,067 - [WHOOSHING] - [SNIFFS] 332 00:13:33,975 --> 00:13:34,974 Leanne? 333 00:13:34,976 --> 00:13:36,345 LEANNE: I'm just in the bathroom! 334 00:13:41,683 --> 00:13:42,851 Yeah, no, you've been... 335 00:13:44,084 --> 00:13:45,086 you've been busy. 336 00:13:50,826 --> 00:13:53,829 - How long you been up? - LEANNE: Uh. Not too long. 337 00:13:56,030 --> 00:13:56,899 Well, I was... 338 00:13:59,000 --> 00:14:01,370 I was joking about getting to it before breakfast. 339 00:14:01,736 --> 00:14:02,637 [MUMBLES] 340 00:14:07,342 --> 00:14:09,075 First morning as a married woman, eh? 341 00:14:09,077 --> 00:14:10,476 - How do you feel? - LEANNE: What? 342 00:14:10,478 --> 00:14:11,546 I said, how do you feel? 343 00:14:11,847 --> 00:14:13,814 LEANNE: Uh. Not bad. I guess I'm a bit tired. 344 00:14:14,183 --> 00:14:16,081 I actually feel all right, considering how much 345 00:14:16,083 --> 00:14:18,384 - I drank last night. - LEANNE: You drank last night? 346 00:14:18,386 --> 00:14:19,853 [CHUCKLES] 347 00:14:19,855 --> 00:14:22,287 Do you, uh, fancy a little hair of the dog? 348 00:14:22,289 --> 00:14:24,657 - Mimosa or something? - [LEANNE CHUCKLING] 349 00:14:24,659 --> 00:14:26,528 Oh, come on, babe. We're celebrating, eh. Why not? 350 00:14:27,028 --> 00:14:29,863 I just won a bet with my sister. She thought you'd forget. 351 00:14:29,865 --> 00:14:31,697 - Forget what? - Our anniversary! 352 00:14:31,699 --> 00:14:34,200 Whatever! Forget our anniversary? 353 00:14:34,202 --> 00:14:35,737 I'll never forget our anniversary. 354 00:14:48,583 --> 00:14:50,782 How's she done all this this morning? This is insane. 355 00:14:50,784 --> 00:14:52,451 LEANNE: So, what are we doing for it? 356 00:14:52,453 --> 00:14:53,421 Doing for what? 357 00:14:53,621 --> 00:14:55,556 - LEANNE: Our anniversary. - I don't know. I've got, uh, 358 00:14:56,223 --> 00:14:57,892 a year to think of something. Is that the... 359 00:15:00,861 --> 00:15:03,531 is that the plant from last... from last night? Babe? 360 00:15:04,265 --> 00:15:05,266 Babe! 361 00:15:06,400 --> 00:15:07,635 Have you seen how big Groot got? 362 00:15:08,236 --> 00:15:09,871 LEANNE: Oh, he looks about the same to me. 363 00:15:10,605 --> 00:15:11,573 No, it's not... 364 00:15:12,406 --> 00:15:13,538 - Holy shit! - LEANNE: What? 365 00:15:13,540 --> 00:15:14,876 [CHUCKLES] That's funny. 366 00:15:15,244 --> 00:15:16,343 [CHUCKLES] That's funny. 367 00:15:16,345 --> 00:15:17,445 - I didn't say... - Very funny. 368 00:15:18,078 --> 00:15:20,647 - I didn't say anything. - That looks real, by the way. That looks really good. What? 369 00:15:20,649 --> 00:15:21,951 That looks really good. 370 00:15:26,554 --> 00:15:27,988 - What the f... - Are you okay? 371 00:15:27,990 --> 00:15:29,822 Yeah, I'm okay, babes. Are you... are you okay? 372 00:15:29,824 --> 00:15:30,956 Well, yeah, I'm better after I puked. 373 00:15:30,958 --> 00:15:32,724 No, no, no, darling. You look... Uh. No offence, 374 00:15:32,726 --> 00:15:34,326 but you do look... you look very bloated. 375 00:15:34,328 --> 00:15:36,162 Oh, gee, thanks. Don't forget to mention the acne. 376 00:15:36,164 --> 00:15:38,031 - Will you just... - Darling, you're clearly not fine because your... 377 00:15:38,033 --> 00:15:39,264 - ...calm down? - ...belly's big. 378 00:15:39,266 --> 00:15:40,599 Yeah, that's pretty normal for eighteen weeks. 379 00:15:40,601 --> 00:15:42,002 What do you mean, eighteen weeks? Of what? 380 00:15:42,004 --> 00:15:43,970 Of being pregnant. I mean, I know I'm pretty big for eighteen... 381 00:15:43,972 --> 00:15:45,240 Hang on, what? Wait, what? 382 00:15:47,576 --> 00:15:49,441 - You're pregnant? - Okay, this is not funny. 383 00:15:49,443 --> 00:15:51,911 No, shit. No, hang on, hang on. Wait, don't just walk away. 384 00:15:51,913 --> 00:15:53,745 We need to... When... When did this happen? 385 00:15:53,747 --> 00:15:55,915 Eighteen weeks ago. What, are you doing a bit? I don't get it. 386 00:15:55,917 --> 00:15:57,749 - I'm not doing a bit. Are you doing a bit? - What's my bit? 387 00:15:57,751 --> 00:16:00,018 I don't know. You're not... you're not pregnant one minute, next minute you are. I mean... 388 00:16:00,020 --> 00:16:01,589 That's usually how it happens. Yeah? Yeah. 389 00:16:01,856 --> 00:16:04,957 Hang on, you're telling me that you are eighteen weeks pregnant 390 00:16:04,959 --> 00:16:06,527 since yesterday. 391 00:16:06,794 --> 00:16:08,261 Yesterday? What happened yesterday? 392 00:16:08,263 --> 00:16:09,763 What, uh... [LIPS SMACKING] 393 00:16:09,765 --> 00:16:11,663 ...what did happen, yeah. We got fuckin' married! 394 00:16:11,665 --> 00:16:13,832 - What are you talking about? - No, darling, that's today. 395 00:16:13,834 --> 00:16:15,200 Babe, are you having a stroke? 396 00:16:15,202 --> 00:16:16,536 We got married yesterday. 397 00:16:16,538 --> 00:16:18,070 - I took a load of pictures... - Oh. Okay. 398 00:16:18,072 --> 00:16:19,205 ...on the phone. Where are they? 399 00:16:19,207 --> 00:16:20,542 Hey. That... 400 00:16:21,509 --> 00:16:24,346 - There you are! - That is today, a year ago. 401 00:16:25,614 --> 00:16:27,979 - That was yesterday. - Yeah, I know what you mean. 402 00:16:27,981 --> 00:16:30,251 Feels like the last year went by so fast. 403 00:16:31,520 --> 00:16:33,154 [STUTTERS] 404 00:16:34,789 --> 00:16:36,625 I feel like I need a bit of air. I don't... 405 00:16:41,529 --> 00:16:43,399 [INDISTINCT CHATTER] 406 00:16:50,505 --> 00:16:52,470 Hey, do I need to be worried? 407 00:16:52,472 --> 00:16:53,906 Yeah, no, I think I'm just, uh, 408 00:16:53,908 --> 00:16:55,541 I think I'm just having a bit of a... 409 00:16:55,543 --> 00:16:57,976 a little bit of a panic attack about... about the last year. 410 00:16:57,978 --> 00:16:59,378 Can't be our anniversary already. 411 00:16:59,380 --> 00:17:01,382 That doesn't... that doesn't make any sense. None of it. 412 00:17:01,650 --> 00:17:03,049 Is that why you're freaking out? 413 00:17:03,051 --> 00:17:04,285 'Cause you forgot our anniversary? 414 00:17:08,457 --> 00:17:10,055 How young can you get Alzheimer's? 415 00:17:10,057 --> 00:17:13,259 [CHUCKLES] Sweetheart! [INHALES] 416 00:17:13,261 --> 00:17:15,360 If every guy who forgot an anniversary had Alzheimer's 417 00:17:15,362 --> 00:17:17,062 then every guy would have Alzheimer's. 418 00:17:17,064 --> 00:17:18,731 - No, no, I... I... I wonder... - Hey, hey. 419 00:17:18,733 --> 00:17:21,032 - ...if maybe I... You know... - Hey, hey, look, look, relax. 420 00:17:21,034 --> 00:17:23,301 I don't mind that you forgot our anniversary. 421 00:17:23,303 --> 00:17:26,207 You'll just have to make it up to me next year, okay? 422 00:17:26,474 --> 00:17:27,375 Okay. 423 00:17:27,775 --> 00:17:29,074 Come on, let's have a lie down. 424 00:17:29,076 --> 00:17:30,310 - Yeah. - Let's do nothing today. 425 00:17:30,312 --> 00:17:32,113 Have a little lie down, yeah. Yeah. 426 00:17:38,120 --> 00:17:39,420 [INHALES] 427 00:17:41,922 --> 00:17:43,622 - What's that? - Are you serious? 428 00:17:43,624 --> 00:17:45,190 - Our anniversary. - Anniversary, right. 429 00:17:45,192 --> 00:17:47,827 - [LEANNE MUMBLES] - Sorry. Anniversary! I'm gonna get that in my head. 430 00:17:47,829 --> 00:17:49,731 I'm not gonna forget it again, all right? I promise. 431 00:17:50,063 --> 00:17:51,397 - Shall I open it? - Yeah. 432 00:17:51,399 --> 00:17:52,266 Okay. 433 00:17:57,038 --> 00:17:58,603 It's a pa... paper? A bit of paper? 434 00:17:58,605 --> 00:18:00,641 Lovely, thank you. We... we can never have enough paper. 435 00:18:01,075 --> 00:18:03,475 Paper is what you get for the first anniversary. 436 00:18:03,477 --> 00:18:05,244 It's paper, then cotton, leather. 437 00:18:05,246 --> 00:18:07,713 Ah, so this is for the first... it's a present for the first year. I've got it. 438 00:18:07,715 --> 00:18:09,581 - Yeah. What do you think of the colors, though? - Right. 439 00:18:09,583 --> 00:18:10,818 - Yeah, no... - I mean, for the baby's room? 440 00:18:10,951 --> 00:18:12,984 - Oh. - I mean, I know we don't know what the gender is yet... 441 00:18:12,986 --> 00:18:14,352 - Yeah, yeah, yeah. - ...but I thought, you know, 442 00:18:14,354 --> 00:18:15,821 - we could get started painting the room, anyway. - Okay. 443 00:18:15,823 --> 00:18:17,290 - I don't know. I mean... - So... 444 00:18:17,292 --> 00:18:19,891 - Why don't you choose? - But we should do it together. 445 00:18:19,893 --> 00:18:22,829 I'm not really feeling myself, so do you think we could talk about this later? 446 00:18:23,296 --> 00:18:25,465 Later? Yeah, sure. I've heard that before. 447 00:18:25,467 --> 00:18:27,833 [INHALES] Teddy, do you remember when we got married? 448 00:18:27,835 --> 00:18:28,736 Yes. 449 00:18:29,771 --> 00:18:31,236 Yes, that I do remember. 450 00:18:31,238 --> 00:18:32,972 Yeah. I said things were gonna get tough. 451 00:18:32,974 --> 00:18:34,540 Yeah, and I said, "It won't" and you said "It will." 452 00:18:34,542 --> 00:18:35,974 And I said, "Well, then let's worry about it 453 00:18:35,976 --> 00:18:37,176 on that day." And I was lying here, 454 00:18:37,178 --> 00:18:38,912 facing you and you were lying right there. 455 00:18:39,313 --> 00:18:40,980 Yeah, wow. Okay, you really do remember. 456 00:18:40,982 --> 00:18:43,382 - Like it was yesterday, yeah. - Yeah, well, things are getting tough 457 00:18:43,384 --> 00:18:45,917 and I just... I can't... I can't do this on my own. 458 00:18:45,919 --> 00:18:47,288 - I know, I'm sorry, I... - Oh! 459 00:18:48,790 --> 00:18:51,627 - Oh. Wow. - LEANNE: Getting stronger. 460 00:18:52,526 --> 00:18:53,495 Wow. 461 00:18:56,430 --> 00:18:57,696 Purple. 462 00:18:57,698 --> 00:18:59,100 - Definitely purple. - Yeah. 463 00:18:59,566 --> 00:19:01,067 - You look exhausted. - Yeah, well... 464 00:19:01,069 --> 00:19:02,568 - Lie down. - Shall I? 465 00:19:02,570 --> 00:19:05,103 - Yeah. - I think I might have a little... just a little lie down. 466 00:19:05,105 --> 00:19:06,238 - LEANNE: Yeah. - Right. 467 00:19:06,240 --> 00:19:07,673 - Yeah. - Just have a little lie down 468 00:19:07,675 --> 00:19:09,044 - for a minute. - Just close your eyes. 469 00:19:10,211 --> 00:19:12,213 - I'm a bit scared to. - Why? 470 00:19:13,247 --> 00:19:15,048 'Cause I don't wanna lose any more time. 471 00:19:15,717 --> 00:19:19,420 Shh. You won't. Close your eyes. 472 00:19:19,688 --> 00:19:22,390 [WHOOSHING] 473 00:19:22,890 --> 00:19:24,191 All right. 474 00:19:24,958 --> 00:19:27,161 [INHALES] Yeah, I will, for a minute. 475 00:19:28,129 --> 00:19:29,630 Just feel so weird, Leanne. 476 00:19:42,209 --> 00:19:43,211 Leanne? 477 00:19:46,514 --> 00:19:47,647 - [LEANNE GROANS] - Oh, sorry! 478 00:19:47,649 --> 00:19:49,517 Oh, my God, have I hurt the ba... baby? 479 00:19:50,017 --> 00:19:51,452 What the... Where's the... 480 00:19:52,219 --> 00:19:53,354 Is it... 481 00:19:53,588 --> 00:19:55,855 - You're not pregnant. - I know. Thanks, doctor. 482 00:19:55,857 --> 00:19:58,891 - [CHUCKLES] You're not pregnant. - [CHUCKLES] Are you all right? 483 00:19:58,893 --> 00:20:01,359 Yeah, I just had this fucking mad dream, right? 484 00:20:01,361 --> 00:20:03,462 Okay? Where I woke up, like, I woke up in the dream... 485 00:20:03,464 --> 00:20:05,731 - Yeah. - ...and you were, like, fully pregnant. 486 00:20:05,733 --> 00:20:06,898 - Ah. - Out to here, pregnant. 487 00:20:06,900 --> 00:20:08,501 - I know, right? - Ah. Yikes. [CHUCKLES] 488 00:20:08,503 --> 00:20:10,468 Yikes indeed. I was fucking freaking out. 489 00:20:10,470 --> 00:20:12,205 - [CHUCKLES] It's okay. - Wow. [EXHALES] 490 00:20:12,207 --> 00:20:13,606 [CHUCKLES] I'm not pregnant, okay? 491 00:20:13,608 --> 00:20:14,741 - Okay. [CHUCKLES] - [CHUCKLES] 492 00:20:14,743 --> 00:20:16,642 There's no way I'm doing that again any time soon. 493 00:20:16,644 --> 00:20:17,877 - [CHUCKLES] Exactly! - [CHUCKLES] 494 00:20:17,879 --> 00:20:19,478 Why... [CHUCKLES] ...what do you mean? 495 00:20:19,480 --> 00:20:21,180 [CHUCKLES] I'm not saying like never again. 496 00:20:21,182 --> 00:20:23,184 Just, like, let's get this one right first, you know? 497 00:20:23,752 --> 00:20:24,786 This one what? 498 00:20:25,553 --> 00:20:27,786 [TALLULAH CRYING] 499 00:20:27,788 --> 00:20:28,755 [EXHALES] 500 00:20:29,189 --> 00:20:31,323 You want me to take care of this, or have you got it? 501 00:20:31,325 --> 00:20:33,094 - [TALLULAH CRYING] - Teddy? 502 00:20:35,463 --> 00:20:36,598 - TEDDY: You... you... - Right. 503 00:20:37,732 --> 00:20:40,235 - [INHALES SHARPLY] - [TALLULAH CRYING] 504 00:20:45,105 --> 00:20:46,474 What the... 505 00:20:47,074 --> 00:20:48,409 What the fuck? 506 00:20:51,178 --> 00:20:54,015 I've got a kid? How could I... how could I forget I've got a fucking kid! 507 00:21:02,823 --> 00:21:03,792 - [CELL PHONE TICKS] - No. 508 00:21:04,592 --> 00:21:07,128 No, no, no, no, no. 509 00:21:07,762 --> 00:21:09,630 Come on. Like what the fuck am I doing? 510 00:21:09,897 --> 00:21:12,130 [HESITATES] Okay. Okay. 511 00:21:12,132 --> 00:21:13,834 [INHALES, EXHALES] 512 00:21:14,436 --> 00:21:16,770 - [INHALES] Just calm down. Okay. - LEANNE: Come on, yes. 513 00:21:16,772 --> 00:21:18,103 - Calm down. - All right, darling, 514 00:21:18,105 --> 00:21:20,472 - say hi to Daddy! - Oh, here he is! 515 00:21:20,474 --> 00:21:21,607 - She! - Here she is! 516 00:21:21,609 --> 00:21:23,309 Yeah, that would have been my second guess. 517 00:21:23,311 --> 00:21:24,476 - [EXHALES] - [CHUCKLES] Wow! 518 00:21:24,478 --> 00:21:26,012 She... Yep, that's really... Yep, she's real. 519 00:21:26,014 --> 00:21:27,146 - That's a real fucking baby. - [COOING] 520 00:21:27,148 --> 00:21:28,349 - Yeah, she's real cranky... - Yeah. 521 00:21:28,949 --> 00:21:31,215 ...this morning, aren't you, darling? Yes, you're having a very bad day, aren't you? 522 00:21:31,217 --> 00:21:32,484 Yeah, her... her as well, huh? 523 00:21:32,486 --> 00:21:34,186 - [CHUCKLES] - Can you hold her for a second? 524 00:21:34,188 --> 00:21:36,355 - Uh. Nah, you're all right. - Teddy, come on! 525 00:21:36,357 --> 00:21:38,090 Look, I haven't... I haven't washed my hands or anything. 526 00:21:38,092 --> 00:21:39,759 What do you mean, you haven't washed your hands? Just... 527 00:21:39,761 --> 00:21:41,426 All right. Look. Better be safe than sorry. 528 00:21:41,428 --> 00:21:44,697 - Stop being ridiculous. I don't have time for this. - I don't wanna hold her, okay? 529 00:21:44,699 --> 00:21:46,465 - Look, you're scaring her. - She's scaring me. 530 00:21:46,467 --> 00:21:48,402 Would you stop being weird and just take her? 531 00:21:48,736 --> 00:21:50,505 [INHALES, EXHALES] All right. 532 00:21:52,105 --> 00:21:53,572 - Nice to meet you. - [TALLULAH COOING] 533 00:21:53,574 --> 00:21:54,575 Teddy. 534 00:21:55,843 --> 00:21:58,380 Got her now. Look, here she is. Lovely. 535 00:21:59,380 --> 00:22:00,681 [TALLULAH COOING] 536 00:22:05,753 --> 00:22:07,856 - I have a baby. - LEANNE: You sure do. 537 00:22:10,958 --> 00:22:12,358 - I have a daughter. - [CHUCKLES] 538 00:22:12,360 --> 00:22:14,292 - It's hard to believe, isn't it? - Yeah, it's hard. 539 00:22:14,294 --> 00:22:15,464 It's very hard. Very hard. 540 00:22:15,796 --> 00:22:17,664 Very hard to believe. What are we gonna call her? 541 00:22:17,666 --> 00:22:18,733 Ah, her name. 542 00:22:18,900 --> 00:22:21,236 Ah, yeah, good... good idea. Yeah, keep it... keep it simple. 543 00:22:22,602 --> 00:22:24,838 - Do you know what might be fun? - What? 544 00:22:24,840 --> 00:22:26,805 Is if we both say her name at the same time. [INHALES] 545 00:22:26,807 --> 00:22:28,807 - Why would that be fun? - I don't know, it just will. 546 00:22:28,809 --> 00:22:30,879 Shall we try? Okay, one, two, three... 547 00:22:31,146 --> 00:22:32,744 - Tallulah. - Fuck off, it is not. 548 00:22:32,746 --> 00:22:34,446 - Don't say that stuff... - [TALLULAH COOING] 549 00:22:34,448 --> 00:22:36,849 ...in front of her! That kind of stuff sinks in. 550 00:22:36,851 --> 00:22:39,185 T... Tallulah is not a name. It's more sort of child abuse. 551 00:22:39,187 --> 00:22:40,319 What... what is going on? 552 00:22:40,321 --> 00:22:41,920 Why are you suddenly off the name Tallulah? 553 00:22:41,922 --> 00:22:43,523 I suddenly just heard it. I mean, listen. 554 00:22:43,525 --> 00:22:45,791 We can, uh, we can... we can talk about it later, all right? 555 00:22:45,793 --> 00:22:47,592 No, I'm not gonna talk about it later. 556 00:22:47,594 --> 00:22:49,028 Her name is Tallulah. 557 00:22:49,030 --> 00:22:52,731 So, you will call her Tallulah, or Lulu or Lula 558 00:22:52,733 --> 00:22:55,033 or any other variation of that name and nothing else. 559 00:22:55,035 --> 00:22:57,269 What we can talk about later is why you're all of a sudden 560 00:22:57,271 --> 00:22:58,707 - being such a total arsehole. - Right. 561 00:22:59,474 --> 00:23:01,407 - O... okay. Look, let me, uh... - What are you... 562 00:23:01,409 --> 00:23:03,341 - ...let me explain. Just, uh... - Oh, wow! Okay. 563 00:23:03,343 --> 00:23:04,245 [LEANNE STUTTERS] 564 00:23:04,579 --> 00:23:07,112 - Just, uh, pop yourself down there. - [EXHALES] 565 00:23:07,114 --> 00:23:10,015 I'm... I'm gonna tell you something and it's gonna blow your fucking mind, 566 00:23:10,017 --> 00:23:12,719 - but I want you just to strap yourself in. - [CLICKS TONGUE] 567 00:23:13,153 --> 00:23:14,054 TEDDY: All right? 568 00:23:15,390 --> 00:23:17,124 - Leanne. - Teddy. 569 00:23:18,560 --> 00:23:19,628 I think... 570 00:23:20,661 --> 00:23:23,798 I have travelled... through time. 571 00:23:24,565 --> 00:23:27,401 - Oh. Yeah? - Yeah. 572 00:23:28,035 --> 00:23:31,469 - Where'd you end up? - Here. Uh. Now. 573 00:23:31,471 --> 00:23:34,275 You travelled through time to the present. 574 00:23:34,942 --> 00:23:36,408 - Yes. - Yeah, I don't think... [SCOFFS] 575 00:23:36,410 --> 00:23:37,909 ...you get how time travel works. 576 00:23:37,911 --> 00:23:39,779 Look, Teddy, I don't really have time for this. 577 00:23:39,781 --> 00:23:40,780 - Leanne? - Yeah? 578 00:23:40,782 --> 00:23:42,082 - Slap me. - What? Why? 579 00:23:42,217 --> 00:23:44,716 Because there is obviously something wrong with me, so just slap me... 580 00:23:44,718 --> 00:23:47,485 Teddy, stop it! [CHUCKLES] You're freaking me out. I don't like it. God. 581 00:23:47,487 --> 00:23:49,955 You had some weird breakdown on our last anniversary, too. 582 00:23:49,957 --> 00:23:51,590 Right, hang on. So, that's... that's today, 583 00:23:51,592 --> 00:23:53,259 - is it, again? - LEANNE: That's the thing 584 00:23:53,261 --> 00:23:55,328 about anniversaries. They tend to pop up once a year. 585 00:23:55,330 --> 00:23:57,628 I'm just trying to figure out where the last couple of years have gone. 586 00:23:57,630 --> 00:24:00,400 Well, maybe ask your boss because you've spent most of the last two years at work. 587 00:24:00,802 --> 00:24:02,702 What happened to studying photography? 588 00:24:02,704 --> 00:24:04,503 Well, sure, definitely, I mean at some point. 589 00:24:04,505 --> 00:24:06,805 But maybe a little bit of job security isn't such a bad thing. 590 00:24:06,807 --> 00:24:09,341 Now... now we've got a kid, do you know what I mean? Listen, look. 591 00:24:09,343 --> 00:24:11,510 When... When I am rock solid, right, 592 00:24:11,512 --> 00:24:13,081 I will... I will quit, okay? 593 00:24:14,716 --> 00:24:16,418 - Promise. - All right. 594 00:24:18,052 --> 00:24:19,985 - Okay, not that you deserve it. - Hmm? 595 00:24:19,987 --> 00:24:21,856 - But... - What? 596 00:24:22,890 --> 00:24:25,190 - Happy anniversary! - Oh, no way! 597 00:24:25,192 --> 00:24:27,194 [BOTH CHUCKLE] 598 00:24:28,496 --> 00:24:30,462 It's cotton, for the second anniversary. 599 00:24:30,464 --> 00:24:31,429 - Course it is. - Yeah? 600 00:24:31,431 --> 00:24:32,365 - Course it is. That... - Oh, my God! 601 00:24:32,699 --> 00:24:34,367 - That is it. - Do you... Okay, do you remember what you said 602 00:24:34,369 --> 00:24:35,467 - right after we took that? - When? 603 00:24:35,469 --> 00:24:36,702 No, not... not word for word. But it was... 604 00:24:36,704 --> 00:24:38,370 Oh, come on! It was, like... it was, like the funniest thing 605 00:24:38,372 --> 00:24:39,839 - you ever said. - W... what was it? 606 00:24:39,841 --> 00:24:40,805 - Do you not remember? - What? 607 00:24:40,807 --> 00:24:42,574 Do you even remember where we were? 608 00:24:42,576 --> 00:24:43,676 - Here? - Yeah. 609 00:24:43,678 --> 00:24:46,478 Yeah, this... That was... that was on our honeymoon? 610 00:24:46,480 --> 00:24:48,280 Oh, wow. Okay, I was wrong. 611 00:24:48,282 --> 00:24:49,982 That's the funniest thing you've ever said. 612 00:24:49,984 --> 00:24:51,516 - Why? - Because what honeymoon, 613 00:24:51,518 --> 00:24:53,151 that's why. I've given up on a honeymoon. 614 00:24:53,153 --> 00:24:54,753 I'm sorry, I never booked the honeymoon? 615 00:24:54,755 --> 00:24:56,455 Teddy, I'm used to you breaking promises now. 616 00:24:56,457 --> 00:24:58,224 Like, weirdly, I can, sort of, live with that. 617 00:24:58,226 --> 00:25:00,025 But I just... I don't know how you can forget 618 00:25:00,027 --> 00:25:01,159 the best day of our lives. 619 00:25:01,161 --> 00:25:02,994 This... this was the best day of our lives? 620 00:25:02,996 --> 00:25:04,463 - Is that when... - LEANNE: I'm talking 621 00:25:04,465 --> 00:25:05,632 about the day we got married. 622 00:25:05,900 --> 00:25:08,434 You've forgotten it two years in a row now. I don't know, maybe... 623 00:25:08,436 --> 00:25:10,535 maybe it doesn't mean as much to you as it does to me. 624 00:25:10,537 --> 00:25:14,773 Baby, you mean everything to me, okay? 625 00:25:14,775 --> 00:25:16,943 And I promise you, from now on, I will never forget 626 00:25:16,945 --> 00:25:18,176 another anniversary again. 627 00:25:18,178 --> 00:25:20,746 Genuinely. I've got a plan. It won't happen, all right? 628 00:25:20,748 --> 00:25:21,783 I love you so much. 629 00:25:27,955 --> 00:25:29,323 [GROWLS] 630 00:25:30,891 --> 00:25:33,292 - All right, I'm gonna go and feed Lulu. - All right, babe, I'll be here. 631 00:25:33,294 --> 00:25:34,560 - Okay. Yeah. - Be back in a sec. 632 00:25:34,562 --> 00:25:36,061 - [CHUCKLES] - [DOOR CLOSING] 633 00:25:36,063 --> 00:25:37,698 - [KEYPAD TAPPING] - [CELL PHONE BEEPING] 634 00:25:38,032 --> 00:25:39,801 [DIAL TONE RINGING] 635 00:25:41,001 --> 00:25:42,435 SAM: Hey, man, what's up? 636 00:25:42,437 --> 00:25:44,369 Sam! Oh, my God, it's so good to hear your voice. 637 00:25:44,371 --> 00:25:46,339 - SAM: What? - Listen, mate, I need a favor, all right? 638 00:25:46,341 --> 00:25:48,107 So, please listen to me very carefully. Right, so... 639 00:25:48,109 --> 00:25:49,774 - SAM: Okay. - [INHALES] I need you to come 640 00:25:49,776 --> 00:25:51,444 to my place this time next year, all right? 641 00:25:51,446 --> 00:25:52,977 - SAM: Next year? - I want you to put it 642 00:25:52,979 --> 00:25:55,548 in your phone, ‘cause you'll probably forget and I definitely will so... 643 00:25:55,550 --> 00:25:57,282 Um, oh! And... don't ring the doorbell, all right? 644 00:25:57,284 --> 00:25:58,649 because I... I wanna speak to you privately. 645 00:25:58,651 --> 00:26:00,351 So just honk the horn and I'll come down. 646 00:26:00,353 --> 00:26:02,988 - SAM: Just speak to me now. - And one more thing, uh, before I go. 647 00:26:02,990 --> 00:26:05,189 Will you bring me an anniversary present, please, 648 00:26:05,191 --> 00:26:07,126 for the third anniversary. So, whatever it is you... 649 00:26:07,128 --> 00:26:09,395 - [INHALES] ...you give then. Um. - SAM: Okay, hang on. Let me... 650 00:26:09,397 --> 00:26:10,830 - Yeah. Don't forget. - SAM: ...write this down. 651 00:26:10,832 --> 00:26:12,564 Put it in your phone. All right, mate. Don't be late. Bye. 652 00:26:12,566 --> 00:26:13,968 - SAM: What are you talking... - [CELL PHONE BEEPS] 653 00:26:33,086 --> 00:26:36,223 [WHOOSHING] 654 00:26:43,998 --> 00:26:45,499 [BIRDS CHIRPING] 655 00:26:51,037 --> 00:26:53,974 What the fuck is happening? 656 00:26:59,880 --> 00:27:00,982 [CAR HORN HONKING] 657 00:27:06,454 --> 00:27:08,353 Hey, do you know I have a reminder on my phone? 658 00:27:08,355 --> 00:27:09,754 - TEDDY: God, it is so... - SAM: Oh. 659 00:27:09,756 --> 00:27:11,124 ...so good to see you. 660 00:27:11,426 --> 00:27:13,895 - Honestly. [EXHALES] - Uh. Are we huggers now? 661 00:27:15,862 --> 00:27:17,231 Yeah. Oh, you look... 662 00:27:17,732 --> 00:27:20,635 Oh, you... you really look older. You've got like little lines. 663 00:27:21,201 --> 00:27:23,468 Saggy around your chops and you've filled out, mate, 664 00:27:23,470 --> 00:27:24,471 haven't you, eh? 665 00:27:25,038 --> 00:27:27,441 Cool. You know, feel free to just text me that stuff. 666 00:27:28,809 --> 00:27:31,176 I need to talk. Will you, uh, will you walk with me? 667 00:27:31,178 --> 00:27:32,179 Okay. 668 00:27:36,150 --> 00:27:37,983 TEDDY: I don't know who else to turn to, mate. 669 00:27:37,985 --> 00:27:40,319 I've tried telling Leanne, and I... I think I've scared her. 670 00:27:40,321 --> 00:27:41,522 And I can't lose her, okay? 671 00:27:41,589 --> 00:27:43,758 Especially not now with a kid and everything. I mean she... 672 00:27:44,958 --> 00:27:46,160 Do you know I've got a kid? 673 00:27:46,694 --> 00:27:47,693 Yeah, I know. 674 00:27:47,695 --> 00:27:49,094 Well, can you fucking believe that? 675 00:27:49,096 --> 00:27:50,228 - A kid. - Uh. 676 00:27:50,230 --> 00:27:51,763 Yeah. I've had time to process it. 677 00:27:51,765 --> 00:27:53,299 Exactly, right. Okay, that's my point. 678 00:27:53,301 --> 00:27:54,500 - What is? - All right, 679 00:27:54,502 --> 00:27:56,171 - I'm just gonna say it, okay? - Yeah, please. 680 00:27:58,471 --> 00:28:03,477 Every few minutes, another year goes by. 681 00:28:05,580 --> 00:28:08,414 Wow, that's deep, man. Is that you, or is that... 682 00:28:08,416 --> 00:28:09,851 - No! - SAM: Where'd you read that? 683 00:28:09,918 --> 00:28:12,583 - Can I use that? - No, I am being serious, okay? I'm being deadly serious. 684 00:28:12,585 --> 00:28:14,486 So, what feels like a year for you is like a... 685 00:28:14,488 --> 00:28:15,788 is like a couple of minutes for me. 686 00:28:16,923 --> 00:28:19,625 [SAM CHUCKLES] All right. I'm waiting for you to say "gotcha." 687 00:28:19,627 --> 00:28:21,696 I'm not gonna say "gotcha", mate, because this is real. 688 00:28:21,963 --> 00:28:24,096 Okay? Um. Look, do you remember when I called you 689 00:28:24,098 --> 00:28:25,664 to set an alarm to come here today? 690 00:28:25,666 --> 00:28:26,999 - Yeah. - Yeah? That was right before 691 00:28:27,001 --> 00:28:28,167 - you got here. - No, it wasn't. 692 00:28:28,169 --> 00:28:29,334 - Yes, it was! - No, it wasn't. 693 00:28:29,336 --> 00:28:30,602 It was for me! It was. 694 00:28:30,604 --> 00:28:32,704 Um. Uh. Fuck, I don't know how to explain it, man. 695 00:28:32,706 --> 00:28:34,674 So, right, yesterday, I was th... three years younger 696 00:28:34,676 --> 00:28:36,041 than I am now. 697 00:28:36,043 --> 00:28:37,909 - That's so specific. - Okay, okay. 698 00:28:37,911 --> 00:28:40,446 I'm just gonna make this as simple as I can. 699 00:28:40,448 --> 00:28:41,714 [INHALES] 700 00:28:41,716 --> 00:28:44,686 My life is going by way too fast. 701 00:28:46,053 --> 00:28:47,155 [INDISTINCT CHATTER] 702 00:28:47,588 --> 00:28:48,789 Now that I understand. 703 00:28:49,556 --> 00:28:51,692 Okay, good. Can you help me? Uh. Please help me. 704 00:28:52,159 --> 00:28:53,425 Yeah, of course. What do you... 705 00:28:53,427 --> 00:28:54,562 - Okay. - ...what do you want me to do? 706 00:28:54,695 --> 00:28:56,227 - Look, I understand this whole thing sounds nuts. - Yeah. 707 00:28:56,229 --> 00:28:59,564 Yeah. I do. But what I've just described you ever heard, seen, 708 00:28:59,566 --> 00:29:01,602 read about this happening to anyone else? 709 00:29:02,402 --> 00:29:04,072 Okay. So... 710 00:29:05,005 --> 00:29:06,638 y... you say it's the same day? 711 00:29:06,640 --> 00:29:08,109 Each year but yeah, same day. 712 00:29:08,743 --> 00:29:09,744 Groundhog Day? 713 00:29:10,011 --> 00:29:12,177 Yeah, it's not technically the same day but yes. 714 00:29:12,179 --> 00:29:13,646 I mean, that's... that's close enough. 715 00:29:13,648 --> 00:29:15,283 How did that happen to him in Groundhog Day? 716 00:29:15,650 --> 00:29:17,815 Well, it never says. 717 00:29:17,817 --> 00:29:20,651 And, uh, okay, so how did he make it stop in the end? 718 00:29:20,653 --> 00:29:24,090 Uh. I think he just has the perfect day. Like he just fixes everything... 719 00:29:24,092 --> 00:29:25,624 - [MUMBLES] - ...and then it just stops. 720 00:29:25,626 --> 00:29:27,994 Do you know what? That would make sense. That would make sense. 721 00:29:27,996 --> 00:29:30,029 Yeah, you know Groundhog Day's not a documentary, right? 722 00:29:30,031 --> 00:29:31,863 So, I've got a few minutes this year to fix everything 723 00:29:31,865 --> 00:29:33,732 from last year, so that I don't mess up next year. 724 00:29:33,734 --> 00:29:35,567 That's it. That's it. Th... that's obviously it. 725 00:29:35,569 --> 00:29:36,870 Yeah, you've cracked the case. 726 00:29:37,036 --> 00:29:39,605 Okay. I'll go and make everything perfect and then all this goes away. 727 00:29:39,607 --> 00:29:43,109 But just in case, meet me here same time next year, all right? Put a reminder in your phone. 728 00:29:43,111 --> 00:29:44,676 - What? - Just do it for me please? 729 00:29:44,678 --> 00:29:46,211 - Please? Put it in your phone. - Okay, okay! 730 00:29:46,213 --> 00:29:47,248 - Okay. - Okay, thanks, mate. 731 00:29:47,648 --> 00:29:49,481 Wait, wait. Hang on, hang on. I got you the present you asked for. 732 00:29:49,483 --> 00:29:51,049 Oh, well done, mate. You're a lifesaver. 733 00:29:51,051 --> 00:29:52,486 - SAM: Here you go. - Thank you. Th... 734 00:29:53,987 --> 00:29:56,487 - What's that, dude? - It's what you asked for. A nursery present. 735 00:29:56,489 --> 00:29:58,356 TEDDY: No, I asked for an anniversary present. 736 00:29:58,358 --> 00:29:59,590 What even is a nursery present? 737 00:29:59,592 --> 00:30:01,526 I don't know. You said it was like your third birthday 738 00:30:01,528 --> 00:30:03,263 - or something. - No, I said third anniversary. 739 00:30:03,831 --> 00:30:06,031 It's all right. Look, don't... don't worry about it. Thanks. 740 00:30:06,033 --> 00:30:08,366 - Yeah, you're welcome. - All right, same time next year. Okay? 741 00:30:08,368 --> 00:30:10,237 Okay, I got it. Get out of here, you psycho. 742 00:30:12,540 --> 00:30:13,541 Damn. 743 00:30:17,544 --> 00:30:18,776 Leanne! 744 00:30:18,778 --> 00:30:20,012 - Listen, babe... - Hey. 745 00:30:20,014 --> 00:30:21,513 before you say anything... [INHALES] 746 00:30:21,515 --> 00:30:23,882 ...whatever the problem is, I will fix it, okay? 747 00:30:23,884 --> 00:30:26,017 And everything will just go back to the way it was, 748 00:30:26,019 --> 00:30:27,386 - all right? - Where's Tallulah? 749 00:30:27,388 --> 00:30:28,389 Who? 750 00:30:28,688 --> 00:30:30,022 The baby. Sorry. I can't... It w... 751 00:30:30,024 --> 00:30:32,323 it won't stick in my head... [CHUCKLES] ...for some reason. 752 00:30:32,325 --> 00:30:33,594 - Where'd you leave her? - With you. 753 00:30:34,228 --> 00:30:35,162 [LIPS SMACKING] 754 00:30:35,396 --> 00:30:37,228 - That's interesting. - Oh, my God, seriously? 755 00:30:37,230 --> 00:30:38,531 - Tallulah! - Tallulah! 756 00:30:39,065 --> 00:30:41,132 - Tallulah! - Tallulah! Lula! Lulu! 757 00:30:41,134 --> 00:30:42,901 Do you know, the more I say it, the more it... 758 00:30:42,903 --> 00:30:44,705 the more it grows on me. Tallulah! 759 00:30:45,238 --> 00:30:47,941 Tallulah! [GROANS] 760 00:30:48,676 --> 00:30:51,010 - Fuck it! [PANTS] - [TALLULAH CHUCKLES] 761 00:30:51,012 --> 00:30:52,311 - [TEDDY PANTS] - [TALLULAH CHUCKLES] 762 00:30:52,313 --> 00:30:53,544 Wow, you grew. 763 00:30:53,546 --> 00:30:55,280 - TALLULAH: Daddy. - LEANNE: What are you doing? 764 00:30:55,282 --> 00:30:57,182 Oh, thank God. I thought I looked in here. 765 00:30:57,184 --> 00:30:58,951 - Yeah, see there? It must have been hiding. - [TALLULAH EXCLAIMS] 766 00:30:58,953 --> 00:31:00,985 - See? I told you I'd fix everything. - [LEANNE EXHALES] 767 00:31:00,987 --> 00:31:03,723 Oh, uh, got you... got you a nursery present. 768 00:31:03,725 --> 00:31:05,190 - What's a nursery present? - No idea. 769 00:31:05,192 --> 00:31:06,860 [TALLULAH CHUCKLES] Daddy. 770 00:31:08,396 --> 00:31:09,594 - My God, did you hear that? - Yeah. 771 00:31:09,596 --> 00:31:10,964 - That's her first word! - LEANNE: Oh, no, no. [CHUCKLES] 772 00:31:11,198 --> 00:31:12,598 Her first word was "Mama." 773 00:31:12,600 --> 00:31:13,568 - Oh. - TALLULAH: Mummy. 774 00:31:14,002 --> 00:31:15,699 - I mean, you would say that, but... - It's on the video I sent you. 775 00:31:15,701 --> 00:31:17,837 - Why don't you pull it up? - What do you mean, video? What, I wasn't... 776 00:31:17,839 --> 00:31:20,438 - [TALLULAH BABBLING] - I wasn't there when she said her first word? 777 00:31:20,440 --> 00:31:22,206 No, "Daddy" was, like, her twelfth word. 778 00:31:22,208 --> 00:31:23,608 - [TALLULAH BABBLING] - I didn't even make the top ten? 779 00:31:23,610 --> 00:31:25,678 What... What... what'd she say before "Daddy"? 780 00:31:25,979 --> 00:31:28,313 Well, lots of stuff like "more", "no"... 781 00:31:28,315 --> 00:31:30,148 - TALLULAH: No. - ..."cat", "dino". 782 00:31:30,150 --> 00:31:31,750 - She said "cat"... - [TALLULAH BABBLING] 783 00:31:31,752 --> 00:31:33,019 ...and "dino" before saying Daddy? 784 00:31:33,021 --> 00:31:34,887 - TALLULAH: Daddy! - Yeah, all right. In a minute. 785 00:31:34,889 --> 00:31:36,053 Well, she sees her cat and her dino 786 00:31:36,055 --> 00:31:37,223 more than she sees her Daddy these days. 787 00:31:37,490 --> 00:31:39,757 Yeah, well, maybe cat and dino should go out and get a little job, 788 00:31:39,759 --> 00:31:41,929 so that Daddy doesn't have to work so hard. How about... 789 00:31:43,898 --> 00:31:46,000 Sorry, I don't know why... I don't know why I said that. 790 00:31:47,935 --> 00:31:49,570 [TALLULAH BABBLING] 791 00:31:50,170 --> 00:31:51,837 Look, babe, listen. Look, I don't... 792 00:31:51,839 --> 00:31:53,304 - I don't wanna fight with you. - Okay, but this... 793 00:31:53,306 --> 00:31:54,740 - this is exactly what our... - [TEDDY EXHALES] 794 00:31:54,742 --> 00:31:55,974 ...couples counsellor was talking about. 795 00:31:55,976 --> 00:31:57,311 All right, what? Sorry, what? You... What... What? 796 00:31:57,911 --> 00:31:59,244 - We're in couples counselling? - LEANNE: Yeah. 797 00:31:59,246 --> 00:32:00,344 That's a... that's a little bit premature, 798 00:32:00,346 --> 00:32:01,347 - don't you think? - Obviously not. 799 00:32:01,849 --> 00:32:04,917 Darling, listen. We don't... we don't need couples counselling, all right? 800 00:32:04,919 --> 00:32:07,086 I can... I can fix everything right now 801 00:32:07,088 --> 00:32:08,786 and everything will just go back to the way it was, 802 00:32:08,788 --> 00:32:10,487 - I'm pretty sure. - It'll take time to fix things. 803 00:32:10,489 --> 00:32:12,124 - I don't have time! - Okay! You know what? 804 00:32:12,126 --> 00:32:14,158 I think... I think that we should read our letters now. 805 00:32:14,160 --> 00:32:15,159 - Okay, yeah. Good. - Yeah. 806 00:32:15,161 --> 00:32:16,762 All right, great idea. Lovely. What letters? 807 00:32:16,764 --> 00:32:18,129 - The letters. The letters... - Hmm. 808 00:32:18,131 --> 00:32:20,099 ...our counsellor told us to write to each other. 809 00:32:20,101 --> 00:32:22,169 She said to read them out loud when next we had a fight. 810 00:32:22,936 --> 00:32:24,703 This feels like a pretty good time. 811 00:32:24,705 --> 00:32:25,904 - TEDDY: Okay. - Yeah? 812 00:32:25,906 --> 00:32:27,906 - Perfect time for the... letters. - LEANNE: Yep. 813 00:32:27,908 --> 00:32:28,974 - Okay. I'll... - TEDDY: Yeah. Shall I... 814 00:32:28,976 --> 00:32:30,007 - LEANNE: I'll... - Shall... 815 00:32:30,009 --> 00:32:31,376 - I'll... No, no, I'll... - TEDDY: Yeah. 816 00:32:31,378 --> 00:32:33,047 - I'll read mine. - You... You do your one. 817 00:32:37,484 --> 00:32:38,784 - "Dear Teddy..." - TEDDY: Hmm. 818 00:32:39,186 --> 00:32:40,989 - "I love you, but..." - Love you too, babes. 819 00:32:43,791 --> 00:32:46,858 "I love you, but I don't feel like you're the same man I married." 820 00:32:46,860 --> 00:32:49,328 - I am the s... I am the same man you married. - Let me finish. 821 00:32:49,330 --> 00:32:50,298 TEDDY: Okay. 822 00:32:50,930 --> 00:32:52,164 "I know you're not happy..." 823 00:32:52,166 --> 00:32:53,330 - I am happy, but... - LEANNE: "I'm..." 824 00:32:53,332 --> 00:32:54,399 - Sorry, go on. - Are you gonna let me? 825 00:32:54,401 --> 00:32:55,369 Yeah, I will. 826 00:32:55,768 --> 00:32:58,669 "I'm not happy either. But to make this work, 827 00:32:58,671 --> 00:33:00,473 you have to spend more time with your family 828 00:33:00,475 --> 00:33:02,006 and less time at work." [INHALES] 829 00:33:02,008 --> 00:33:04,178 "I just wanna spend more time with the man I love. 830 00:33:05,211 --> 00:33:07,513 Also, I wish we were having more sex. Leanne." 831 00:33:07,515 --> 00:33:08,815 TEDDY: Mm-hmm. 832 00:33:09,216 --> 00:33:10,217 Finished? 833 00:33:11,251 --> 00:33:13,519 - Yeah. - Okay. So, to all your points... 834 00:33:13,521 --> 00:33:15,788 Um. I love you too. 835 00:33:15,790 --> 00:33:19,992 Um. I am very happy. I am the same man. 836 00:33:19,994 --> 00:33:22,228 I will spend more time here and please, 837 00:33:22,630 --> 00:33:23,698 please, can we have more sex? 838 00:33:24,098 --> 00:33:25,464 - Really? - TEDDY: Oh, mate, I'm... 839 00:33:25,466 --> 00:33:26,831 Tell you what, let's go and have sex... 840 00:33:26,833 --> 00:33:28,099 - TEDDY: Okay. - ...right now. 841 00:33:28,101 --> 00:33:29,635 No, no, no! You read yours... read yours first. 842 00:33:29,637 --> 00:33:30,836 - Shall I? - LEANNE: Yeah. 843 00:33:30,838 --> 00:33:31,969 - But I... - I wanna hear it. 844 00:33:31,971 --> 00:33:33,539 - Yeah. - Great idea. I'll... 845 00:33:33,541 --> 00:33:35,076 I'll read this out and then we'll... 846 00:33:35,976 --> 00:33:37,010 go and crack on, yeah? 847 00:33:37,710 --> 00:33:40,212 Okay, good stuff, good stuff. All right, let's go. 848 00:33:40,214 --> 00:33:43,583 [INHALES] "Dear Leanne, this is hard for me to say..." 849 00:33:46,653 --> 00:33:48,654 Come on, let's have sex first. I'll read this after. 850 00:33:48,656 --> 00:33:50,190 - Read it. - Okay. [INHALES] 851 00:33:50,524 --> 00:33:52,890 "I know you know this isn't working." 852 00:33:52,892 --> 00:33:54,792 It is working, so I don't know you know that 853 00:33:54,794 --> 00:33:56,594 'cause it's not true, so just... just... just... 854 00:33:56,596 --> 00:33:57,763 just ignore that. 855 00:33:57,765 --> 00:33:59,199 Uh. "I feel... 856 00:33:59,900 --> 00:34:01,233 pressured by you." 857 00:34:01,235 --> 00:34:03,004 That's also not true, so just... 858 00:34:03,671 --> 00:34:04,838 ignore that as well. 859 00:34:04,905 --> 00:34:08,439 This is fucking ridiculous. "I know you resent me for..." 860 00:34:08,441 --> 00:34:10,876 Yeah. [HESITATES] This actually feels like more of a first draft 861 00:34:10,878 --> 00:34:12,376 - so what, I'll do... - LEANNE: Teddy? 862 00:34:12,378 --> 00:34:14,046 - ...is another pass on it... - Teddy? 863 00:34:14,048 --> 00:34:15,149 - TEDDY: Mm? - Please. 864 00:34:15,481 --> 00:34:17,117 Yeah, just push through? 865 00:34:18,753 --> 00:34:20,588 "I know you resent me for working so much... 866 00:34:23,289 --> 00:34:25,557 but fair play to you. 867 00:34:25,559 --> 00:34:28,928 You probably have a point so will definitely improve in that department. 868 00:34:28,930 --> 00:34:31,162 I love our marriage and if hard pushed 869 00:34:31,164 --> 00:34:32,796 probably wouldn't change a thing, 870 00:34:32,798 --> 00:34:36,401 and you're extremely beautiful. Yours sincerely, Teddy." 871 00:34:36,403 --> 00:34:39,236 Do you know, actually, good exercise, yeah. 872 00:34:39,238 --> 00:34:40,439 Right. Come on, bedroom. 873 00:34:40,441 --> 00:34:41,606 - No, give me that. - No! 874 00:34:41,608 --> 00:34:42,642 No, I wanna read it. Okay. 875 00:34:43,778 --> 00:34:44,943 [MUMBLES] 876 00:34:44,945 --> 00:34:46,711 "I know you resent me for working so much 877 00:34:46,713 --> 00:34:48,782 but who else will provide for our child if you ca..." 878 00:34:49,749 --> 00:34:50,918 Oh, wow. [SCOFFS] 879 00:34:51,285 --> 00:34:53,050 "If you keep chasing your pipe dream 880 00:34:53,052 --> 00:34:54,718 - of being a writer." [INHALES] - I do not think that. 881 00:34:54,720 --> 00:34:56,320 - I didn't even write that. - LEANNE: Yeah. 882 00:34:56,322 --> 00:34:57,622 I think your writing's amazing, babe. Honestly... 883 00:34:57,624 --> 00:34:59,057 LEANNE: You're je... you're jealous of it. 884 00:34:59,059 --> 00:35:00,258 Uh. Of what? 885 00:35:00,260 --> 00:35:02,361 You can't stand the fact that I'm chasing something 886 00:35:02,363 --> 00:35:04,329 I love because you don't have the guts to. 887 00:35:04,331 --> 00:35:05,629 - [SCOFFS] - TEDDY: Right, me personally? 888 00:35:05,631 --> 00:35:08,200 I... I... I can't make a career or a living out 889 00:35:08,202 --> 00:35:10,301 - of photography, all right? - How would you know, Teddy? 890 00:35:10,303 --> 00:35:11,736 You've never even tried. 891 00:35:11,738 --> 00:35:14,372 Do you know, if you'd started when you first talked about it 892 00:35:14,374 --> 00:35:16,073 you'd be doing it by now. 893 00:35:16,075 --> 00:35:18,376 Why... why do you put so much time into that stupid job? 894 00:35:18,378 --> 00:35:19,910 You hate that job. 895 00:35:19,912 --> 00:35:21,282 We don't need more stuff, Teddy. 896 00:35:21,615 --> 00:35:23,916 We were twice as happy when we earned half as much. 897 00:35:23,918 --> 00:35:24,818 [INHALES] 898 00:35:27,954 --> 00:35:28,956 I just... 899 00:35:29,756 --> 00:35:32,459 I don't know what's happened to us the last couple of years. 900 00:35:32,825 --> 00:35:33,827 I don't know. 901 00:35:34,093 --> 00:35:35,693 I wish I knew but I haven't been here 902 00:35:35,695 --> 00:35:37,130 - for any of it. - Exactly. 903 00:35:38,398 --> 00:35:40,332 TALLULAH: Come watch me play, Mummy! 904 00:35:40,334 --> 00:35:41,399 Should... 905 00:35:41,401 --> 00:35:42,936 LEANNE: Uh. You know, um... 906 00:35:43,637 --> 00:35:46,470 I know you forgot. It's fine. I'm used to it by now, 907 00:35:46,472 --> 00:35:48,175 but, um. [INHALES] 908 00:35:48,407 --> 00:35:50,777 - Happy anniversary. - TEDDY: Thanks. 909 00:35:51,878 --> 00:35:53,512 - LEANNE: Third year is... - Leather, yeah. 910 00:35:53,514 --> 00:35:55,314 - Yeah. - Beautiful. 911 00:35:55,316 --> 00:35:57,149 I thought you'd like it because it has a part 912 00:35:57,151 --> 00:35:59,152 where you can put the thing you love the most. 913 00:35:59,552 --> 00:36:01,553 Oh, well... Oh, yeah, like a little picture 914 00:36:01,555 --> 00:36:02,957 - of us there, yeah. - LEANNE: No. 915 00:36:04,791 --> 00:36:05,692 Money. 916 00:36:09,963 --> 00:36:11,164 Oh, come on, Leanne. 917 00:36:12,131 --> 00:36:14,001 - Leanne. - [WHOOSHING] 918 00:36:27,014 --> 00:36:28,048 [EXHALES] 919 00:36:28,916 --> 00:36:30,117 [GASPS] 920 00:36:35,889 --> 00:36:36,856 Leanne? 921 00:36:51,439 --> 00:36:52,640 [DOOR KNOCKING] 922 00:36:53,573 --> 00:36:54,441 Sweetheart? 923 00:36:55,476 --> 00:36:56,477 Hey, babe. 924 00:36:57,077 --> 00:36:58,443 Another alarm in my phone. 925 00:36:58,445 --> 00:37:00,845 I completely forgot about that thing from last year. 926 00:37:00,847 --> 00:37:02,916 [INHALES] So, did you fix that everything? 927 00:37:03,416 --> 00:37:04,783 Obviously not, no. 928 00:37:04,785 --> 00:37:06,452 I mean, I don't know where Leanne is. 929 00:37:06,454 --> 00:37:07,455 I'll call her. 930 00:37:07,988 --> 00:37:09,023 Is that allowed? 931 00:37:09,789 --> 00:37:11,990 What do you mean, is it allowed? Why wouldn't it be allowed? What are you talking about? 932 00:37:11,992 --> 00:37:13,925 I don't know what the rules are for trial separation. 933 00:37:13,927 --> 00:37:14,861 [BOXES CLATTERING] 934 00:37:15,095 --> 00:37:17,398 Sorry, what? [HESITATES] We're... We're separated? 935 00:37:18,631 --> 00:37:20,501 - Yeah. - Why? Why? Why are we? 936 00:37:20,901 --> 00:37:23,035 I don't know, you haven't been happy for a while, man. 937 00:37:23,037 --> 00:37:24,234 I'm... I'm happy. 938 00:37:24,236 --> 00:37:26,639 I am ha... I am fucking happy. Look at me. I'm happy. 939 00:37:27,106 --> 00:37:28,640 Okay, my bad. You're killing it. 940 00:37:28,642 --> 00:37:30,908 How... How could this happen? [MUMBLES] 941 00:37:30,910 --> 00:37:32,044 [KEYPAD TAPPING] 942 00:37:32,611 --> 00:37:34,111 - Hang on, hang on. - [SNIFFS] 943 00:37:34,113 --> 00:37:37,215 What? Who... who's that... who's that puffy piece of shit there? 944 00:37:37,217 --> 00:37:38,416 - SAM: That's you. - Is it? 945 00:37:38,418 --> 00:37:39,620 - Yeah. - What the fuck? 946 00:37:43,823 --> 00:37:45,756 Oh, my God! What has happened to me? 947 00:37:45,758 --> 00:37:47,091 I... Is that... I've got grey hair. 948 00:37:47,093 --> 00:37:48,926 I didn't... I didn't have grey hair yesterday. 949 00:37:48,928 --> 00:37:51,629 What... What is happening to my fucking skin, man? 950 00:37:51,631 --> 00:37:53,434 - No wonder she's left. - Hmm. 951 00:37:53,767 --> 00:37:55,233 I don't think that's why. 952 00:37:55,235 --> 00:37:58,635 I mean you still look... [INHALES] ...better than me. 953 00:37:58,637 --> 00:37:59,773 Yeah, I'm a mess. 954 00:38:00,240 --> 00:38:01,242 I feel so old. 955 00:38:01,775 --> 00:38:04,242 Last night I sprained my ankle sleeping. 956 00:38:04,244 --> 00:38:05,378 [EXHALES] Sleeping! 957 00:38:05,845 --> 00:38:08,113 And I've got so much fat on my back now. 958 00:38:08,115 --> 00:38:09,446 I didn't know backs could get fat. 959 00:38:09,448 --> 00:38:10,448 - [TEDDY EXHALES] - And also, 960 00:38:10,450 --> 00:38:11,850 I have this weird mole on my shoulder. 961 00:38:11,852 --> 00:38:12,950 Could you come take a look at this? 962 00:38:12,952 --> 00:38:14,352 Yeah, all right, mate. Later, later. Listen, listen. 963 00:38:14,354 --> 00:38:15,620 I need your, uh, I need your help. 964 00:38:15,622 --> 00:38:17,088 I need you to help me get her back, all right? 965 00:38:17,090 --> 00:38:18,388 - Where does she live? - [EXHALES] 966 00:38:18,390 --> 00:38:20,591 - You know where she lives. - TEDDY: Pretend I don't, okay? 967 00:38:20,593 --> 00:38:22,260 She lives a couple of blocks away. 968 00:38:22,262 --> 00:38:23,695 She wanted to stay close for Lulu, 969 00:38:23,697 --> 00:38:25,095 your daughter, remember? 970 00:38:25,097 --> 00:38:26,631 - TEDDY: Yeah. - Do you wanna walk over? 971 00:38:26,633 --> 00:38:28,867 I... No, I haven't got time. 972 00:38:28,869 --> 00:38:29,968 Look, if I'm gonna end this curse, 973 00:38:29,970 --> 00:38:31,369 I have to save my marriage. Right. 974 00:38:31,371 --> 00:38:32,504 - What? - TEDDY: We have to call her. 975 00:38:32,506 --> 00:38:33,807 No, no, please, I don't wanna get involved... 976 00:38:34,041 --> 00:38:36,008 - It's... It's on speaker, mate. It's on speaker. - [DIAL TONE RINGING] 977 00:38:36,010 --> 00:38:37,144 - [CELL PHONE VIBRATING] - [INDISTINCT CHATTER] 978 00:38:37,744 --> 00:38:39,947 - Hi. - TEDDY: Hiya. It's Teddy. 979 00:38:40,479 --> 00:38:41,812 I know. What's up? 980 00:38:41,814 --> 00:38:42,814 - Yeah, no, no. - [SAM EXHALES] 981 00:38:42,816 --> 00:38:44,015 Well, I wanted to give you a call today. 982 00:38:44,017 --> 00:38:45,652 Y... you do know what today is, don't you? 983 00:38:45,985 --> 00:38:49,387 I do, yeah. Do you, for the first time ever? 984 00:38:49,389 --> 00:38:52,189 Happy anniversary! 985 00:38:52,191 --> 00:38:53,758 LEANNE: Wow, good for you. 986 00:38:53,760 --> 00:38:55,829 - [INDISTINCT CHATTER] - Did you get me something? 987 00:38:56,229 --> 00:38:58,195 [LIPS SMACKING] Yes, I got you something. 988 00:38:58,197 --> 00:39:00,332 I got you the fourth thing, after leather. 989 00:39:00,334 --> 00:39:02,300 LEANNE: Mm-hmm. And what comes after leather? 990 00:39:02,302 --> 00:39:03,702 [CHUCKLES] What comes after leather? 991 00:39:03,704 --> 00:39:05,339 - What comes after leather? - I don't know. 992 00:39:06,439 --> 00:39:07,874 Give me a challenge, babe. Come on. 993 00:39:08,974 --> 00:39:10,374 It's okay if you don't know. 994 00:39:10,376 --> 00:39:12,611 I would tell you if you stopped interrupting me. 995 00:39:12,613 --> 00:39:13,945 - LEANNE OVER PHONE: All right. - [MOUTHING] Fruit. 996 00:39:13,947 --> 00:39:15,680 - [MOUTHING] Fruit? - [MOUTHING] Fruit. 997 00:39:15,682 --> 00:39:17,182 - [CELL PHONE BEEPS] - It... It's on mute, just say it. 998 00:39:17,184 --> 00:39:18,485 - Uh. Uh. Fruit. - Fruit. Are you sure? 999 00:39:18,686 --> 00:39:20,852 - Yeah, that's what it says. That's weird. - That's fucking weird. 1000 00:39:20,854 --> 00:39:22,153 - [CELL PHONE BEEPS] - Fruit? 1001 00:39:22,155 --> 00:39:24,191 Oh, I'm impressed. 1002 00:39:25,025 --> 00:39:27,024 - Yes! - LEANNE: And you didn't just look that up? 1003 00:39:27,026 --> 00:39:29,093 No, I didn't just look that up. [CHUCKLES] 1004 00:39:29,095 --> 00:39:30,229 LEANNE: Yeah. Your weird emphasis 1005 00:39:30,231 --> 00:39:31,732 makes me think that Sam is there helping you. 1006 00:39:32,032 --> 00:39:33,698 Don't be ridiculous. Sam isn't here. Uh. 1007 00:39:33,700 --> 00:39:36,334 Okay, all right. So, what fruit did you get me? 1008 00:39:36,336 --> 00:39:37,836 Oh, babe, so much fruit. 1009 00:39:37,838 --> 00:39:39,738 Loads of fruit. Most amount of fruit you've ever seen. 1010 00:39:39,740 --> 00:39:41,638 Tell you what, why don't you come over, we'll have a little fruit party? 1011 00:39:41,640 --> 00:39:42,642 How about that? Come over soon, babe. 1012 00:39:42,742 --> 00:39:44,811 - I'd love to see you. - Hmm. Let me think about it. 1013 00:39:45,111 --> 00:39:47,445 Go on. Go on, girl. You know you want to. 1014 00:39:47,447 --> 00:39:49,481 Listen, mate, do me a favor. Would you get me a fruit basket? 1015 00:39:49,483 --> 00:39:51,015 Make sure there's lots of bananas and peaches in it, 1016 00:39:51,017 --> 00:39:52,383 if you know what I mean. [CHUCKLES] 1017 00:39:52,385 --> 00:39:53,919 [CHUCKLES] Oh, you bad. 1018 00:39:53,921 --> 00:39:55,287 - [TEDDY CHUCKLES] - Uh. Uh. Uh. Uh. Uh. 1019 00:39:55,289 --> 00:39:56,256 Uh. 1020 00:39:56,389 --> 00:39:57,524 LEANNE OVER PHONE: You didn't press mute, Teddy. 1021 00:39:57,791 --> 00:40:00,291 - Hi, Sam. - Hey, Leanne. 1022 00:40:00,293 --> 00:40:02,459 [LIPS SMACKING] Okey dokey, I'm gonna go now. 1023 00:40:02,461 --> 00:40:04,662 It's a hard pass from me on the fruit, 1024 00:40:04,664 --> 00:40:07,198 - but you two knock yourselves out. - Babe, just give... give me a... 1025 00:40:07,200 --> 00:40:08,566 - TEDDY: Leanne... - [CELL PHONE BEEPS] 1026 00:40:08,568 --> 00:40:09,437 Hang on a... 1027 00:40:10,037 --> 00:40:10,938 Shit! 1028 00:40:12,405 --> 00:40:13,972 Uh. Do you want me to get you some plums? 1029 00:40:13,974 --> 00:40:15,407 Nothing says sorry like a bunch of... 1030 00:40:15,409 --> 00:40:17,274 I don't need the fruit anymore mate, all right? 1031 00:40:17,276 --> 00:40:19,112 It's gonna take a lot more than fruit to fix this. 1032 00:40:19,680 --> 00:40:20,681 Fuck, I need a drink. 1033 00:40:21,414 --> 00:40:22,814 It's the middle of the morning. 1034 00:40:22,816 --> 00:40:24,685 [GROANS] Yeah, I've been up for a couple of years. 1035 00:40:25,918 --> 00:40:26,953 What? 1036 00:40:30,456 --> 00:40:33,059 [EXHALES] Want a beer? 1037 00:40:34,327 --> 00:40:36,764 Sadly, I cannot think of a reason why not. 1038 00:40:38,298 --> 00:40:43,102 [WHOOSHING] 1039 00:40:44,805 --> 00:40:45,706 [EXHALES] 1040 00:40:48,242 --> 00:40:49,243 Sam? 1041 00:40:54,680 --> 00:40:56,814 TEDDY: Oh, Leanne. [EXHALES, INHALES] 1042 00:40:56,816 --> 00:40:58,182 You're back. Thank God. [INHALES] 1043 00:40:58,184 --> 00:40:59,718 Look, I don't know what I did but promise me 1044 00:40:59,720 --> 00:41:01,186 you'll never leave me again, all right? 1045 00:41:01,188 --> 00:41:02,387 - [BECKA MOANS] - [TEDDY MOANS] 1046 00:41:02,389 --> 00:41:03,954 [TEDDY INHALES, EXHALES] 1047 00:41:03,956 --> 00:41:05,992 I'm not going anywhere, silly. 1048 00:41:07,961 --> 00:41:09,463 - [BECKA CHUCKLES] - Becka! 1049 00:41:10,631 --> 00:41:12,166 - What? - Have I gone back in time? 1050 00:41:13,267 --> 00:41:15,200 No, you haven't gone back in time. 1051 00:41:15,202 --> 00:41:17,535 You look like a fucking pig. What is happening? 1052 00:41:17,537 --> 00:41:18,805 [INHALES] Look. [EXHALES] 1053 00:41:19,106 --> 00:41:21,372 Look. [INHALES, EXHALES] Becka. Um. 1054 00:41:21,374 --> 00:41:22,640 [EXHALES, INHALES] Uh. 1055 00:41:22,642 --> 00:41:23,975 What're you... what're you... what're you doing here? 1056 00:41:23,977 --> 00:41:25,709 - I was looking for my earrings. - TEDDY: No, I mean like here, 1057 00:41:25,711 --> 00:41:27,345 right now. In my... in... in my house. 1058 00:41:27,347 --> 00:41:29,914 Why? What... what's the... [INHALES] ...what's the story? 1059 00:41:29,916 --> 00:41:32,450 - I know. So funny. [CHUCKLES] - It's not funny! 1060 00:41:32,452 --> 00:41:33,718 - [CHUCKLES] - It's not funny. 1061 00:41:33,720 --> 00:41:35,620 It's not funny. Nothing funny about... [INHALES] 1062 00:41:35,622 --> 00:41:37,424 ...about this situation, so if you could... Okay. 1063 00:41:37,925 --> 00:41:40,024 All right, how did you, beat by beat, 1064 00:41:40,026 --> 00:41:41,294 end up being here right now? 1065 00:41:41,528 --> 00:41:43,528 Someone was drunker than I thought. 1066 00:41:43,530 --> 00:41:44,729 Last night, was I? 1067 00:41:44,731 --> 00:41:46,696 - BECKA: Naughty boy. - Why am I a naughty boy? 1068 00:41:46,698 --> 00:41:47,865 - You texted me. - Did I? 1069 00:41:47,867 --> 00:41:49,200 - At 1 a.m. - Oh, boy. 1070 00:41:49,202 --> 00:41:50,869 - You were drunk. - Well, that's not really good. 1071 00:41:50,871 --> 00:41:52,370 - What... What did I say? - You said you were lonely. 1072 00:41:52,372 --> 00:41:54,204 No, no, no, Becka. Come on. [EXHALES] 1073 00:41:54,206 --> 00:41:55,907 - I said I was lonely, too. - Ah. Okay. 1074 00:41:55,909 --> 00:41:57,309 - [CHUCKLES] - There you go. 1075 00:41:57,311 --> 00:41:58,675 - Right. - Then we had some wine. 1076 00:41:58,677 --> 00:41:59,778 - Okay. Right. - And you put on one... 1077 00:41:59,845 --> 00:42:01,146 - That's it. That's it. - ...of your cheesy playlists. 1078 00:42:01,148 --> 00:42:02,713 All right, I don't wanna... That's enough! 1079 00:42:02,715 --> 00:42:04,948 That's enough! That's enough! That's it. That's right. 1080 00:42:04,950 --> 00:42:08,019 Last night. Yeah, wow. Oh, my God, that was something. 1081 00:42:08,021 --> 00:42:09,720 I'm just gonna pull my leg out from that... 1082 00:42:09,722 --> 00:42:11,957 Just pull... I'm just gonna pull it out. 1083 00:42:11,959 --> 00:42:12,892 There you go. 1084 00:42:13,325 --> 00:42:15,859 It's all coming back to me now. That's it. You were... [INHALES] 1085 00:42:15,861 --> 00:42:17,095 Last night. Whoo! 1086 00:42:17,097 --> 00:42:18,695 - [BECKA CHUCKLES] - Yeah! Really, you... 1087 00:42:18,697 --> 00:42:20,766 - [CHUCKLES] - ...you were amazing. But look. 1088 00:42:21,101 --> 00:42:23,702 That was a... [EXHALES] ...that was... that was a one-time thing, all right? 1089 00:42:23,704 --> 00:42:25,336 - [TEDDY EXHALES] - We've been doing that 1090 00:42:25,338 --> 00:42:27,104 - for months. - Hang on. [HESITATES] 1091 00:42:27,106 --> 00:42:28,606 Aren't... Aren't you married? I mean... 1092 00:42:28,608 --> 00:42:30,876 That ended a year and a half ago, you know that. 1093 00:42:31,544 --> 00:42:33,180 I don't even know what went wrong, really. 1094 00:42:33,512 --> 00:42:35,448 In the beginning, it was like fireworks. 1095 00:42:35,715 --> 00:42:37,816 But somewhere along the way, we just lost it. 1096 00:42:38,517 --> 00:42:39,950 Like I keep going over it in my head. 1097 00:42:39,952 --> 00:42:41,086 Like was it him or me? 1098 00:42:41,088 --> 00:42:42,419 I've tried... I've gone to therapy 1099 00:42:42,421 --> 00:42:44,655 - and spoken about it... - Yeah, yeah, a tale as old as time. 1100 00:42:44,657 --> 00:42:45,793 - I get it. - Wait! 1101 00:42:45,858 --> 00:42:47,258 I'd love to hear more details, actually, I really would. 1102 00:42:47,260 --> 00:42:48,459 No, genuinely. I'm not being rude 1103 00:42:48,461 --> 00:42:50,595 but I'm afraid I don't have oodles of time myself... 1104 00:42:50,597 --> 00:42:52,097 - Are you serious? - ...so, what I'm gonna... 1105 00:42:52,099 --> 00:42:53,600 - [DOOR KNOCKING] - I was gonna get a little busy... 1106 00:42:54,401 --> 00:42:56,604 - Who is it? - LEANNE: It's Leanne. 1107 00:42:58,905 --> 00:43:00,640 [LIPS SMACKING] Just a minute! 1108 00:43:03,175 --> 00:43:04,908 I'll just be a couple of minutes, all right? 1109 00:43:04,910 --> 00:43:06,945 I'm so sorry. I'm genuinely sorry. 1110 00:43:07,213 --> 00:43:08,148 [INHALES] 1111 00:43:10,851 --> 00:43:11,785 [SCOFFS] 1112 00:43:13,753 --> 00:43:15,588 [INHALES] Why can't it be the next year now? 1113 00:43:16,423 --> 00:43:18,792 Come on, take me there now. Come on. 1114 00:43:21,595 --> 00:43:23,160 - [GRUNTS] - LEANNE: Teddy, come on. 1115 00:43:23,162 --> 00:43:24,697 - Open up. - Fuck you! 1116 00:43:25,898 --> 00:43:27,398 - Hiya, babe. Uh. Look... - LEANNE: Hi. 1117 00:43:27,400 --> 00:43:29,035 I'm just about to go for a walk. Do... Do you fancy coming? 1118 00:43:29,436 --> 00:43:30,968 Actually, do you mind if I come in? 1119 00:43:30,970 --> 00:43:31,871 [LIPS SMACKING] 1120 00:43:33,773 --> 00:43:35,439 - Teddy, can I come in? - Yeah! 1121 00:43:35,441 --> 00:43:36,474 - Yeah? - Yeah, in you come. 1122 00:43:36,476 --> 00:43:37,675 - Okay, great. - In you come. 1123 00:43:37,677 --> 00:43:39,046 - Thanks. - So nice to see you. 1124 00:43:40,012 --> 00:43:41,481 - [DOOR CLOSING] - [LEANNE EXHALES] 1125 00:43:42,316 --> 00:43:43,317 [TEDDY EXHALES] 1126 00:43:47,653 --> 00:43:49,687 - Where's Lulu? - Uh. My sister's watching her. 1127 00:43:49,689 --> 00:43:50,988 - [INHALES] - TEDDY: Okay, cool. 1128 00:43:50,990 --> 00:43:53,526 Yeah. Have you put on more weight? 1129 00:43:54,894 --> 00:43:56,459 - Apparently so, yeah. - Yeah. 1130 00:43:56,461 --> 00:43:58,430 - I, kinda, like it. - Do you? You like that? 1131 00:43:58,697 --> 00:43:59,965 - You look amazing. - Oh. 1132 00:44:00,200 --> 00:44:01,867 - Please. [SCOFFS] - You do, genuinely. 1133 00:44:01,869 --> 00:44:03,968 I mean, you're just... you... you're so beautiful. 1134 00:44:03,970 --> 00:44:05,870 [EXHALES, LIPS SMACKING] Thank you. 1135 00:44:05,872 --> 00:44:07,271 Do you, uh... Can... Can I get you a... 1136 00:44:07,273 --> 00:44:08,740 - I miss you. - Oh, come on. 1137 00:44:08,742 --> 00:44:10,441 I miss you so much. [INHALES] Really, I miss you. 1138 00:44:10,443 --> 00:44:12,609 - And I just... I wanna apologize. - No, for what? 1139 00:44:12,611 --> 00:44:14,611 - Well, for being cold to you. For not returning your texts... - Babe, babe... 1140 00:44:14,613 --> 00:44:15,782 ...or answering your phone calls. And... 1141 00:44:15,948 --> 00:44:17,981 - It's all in the past. It's all right. - And I know it was my... 1142 00:44:17,983 --> 00:44:19,184 - Mm-hmm. - ...decision to take time apart 1143 00:44:19,186 --> 00:44:20,684 but I'm just... I'm not sure if I want that anymore. 1144 00:44:20,686 --> 00:44:22,486 I don't want it. I don't... I don't want it either, okay? 1145 00:44:22,488 --> 00:44:23,653 - Oh, wait, wait! - What? 1146 00:44:23,655 --> 00:44:25,356 Don't you wanna apologize for anything? 1147 00:44:25,358 --> 00:44:26,624 Yeah, I'm sorry. I'm so sorry. 1148 00:44:26,626 --> 00:44:27,591 - I'm sorry. - For what? 1149 00:44:27,593 --> 00:44:28,660 - Everything. Everything. - Can you be... 1150 00:44:28,662 --> 00:44:29,663 - Okay. - ...a little more specific? 1151 00:44:29,796 --> 00:44:31,062 Yeah, you're such a stickler for detail, aren't you? 1152 00:44:31,064 --> 00:44:32,195 I've always loved that about you. 1153 00:44:32,197 --> 00:44:34,064 Let me think, what... [INHALES] ...do I... 1154 00:44:34,066 --> 00:44:36,901 what do I need to apologize for? Oh, I... I'm sorry for... 1155 00:44:36,903 --> 00:44:37,771 [INHALES] 1156 00:44:38,671 --> 00:44:40,104 ...saying mean things about you. 1157 00:44:40,106 --> 00:44:41,338 You said mean things about me? To who? 1158 00:44:41,340 --> 00:44:43,407 No one. No, to myself. My way of coping. 1159 00:44:43,409 --> 00:44:44,910 You... You know when I would text you 1160 00:44:44,912 --> 00:44:46,644 and you wouldn't text me back? I'd be like... 1161 00:44:46,646 --> 00:44:48,178 "F... fucking bitch." [INHALES] 1162 00:44:48,180 --> 00:44:50,715 But no one was there. No one heard. 1163 00:44:50,717 --> 00:44:54,519 I only said it the once, so for that... I'm truly sorry. 1164 00:44:54,521 --> 00:44:56,687 Weird thing to apologize for, but okay, sure. 1165 00:44:56,689 --> 00:44:58,189 - Hmm. - Uh. Anything else? 1166 00:44:58,191 --> 00:45:00,191 Oh, I know what I'd like to apologize to you for. 1167 00:45:00,193 --> 00:45:02,494 I would like to apologize to you right now 1168 00:45:02,496 --> 00:45:04,698 for not telling you every day that I love you. 1169 00:45:06,200 --> 00:45:07,201 Because I do. 1170 00:45:08,068 --> 00:45:09,369 I love you so much. 1171 00:45:13,139 --> 00:45:15,207 - [INHALES, EXHALES] - [LEANNE MOANS] 1172 00:45:15,974 --> 00:45:18,075 - [MOANS] Is this smart? - Oh, it's smart. It's so smart. 1173 00:45:18,077 --> 00:45:19,711 - Yeah. Mm-hmm. - Yeah. It's the smartest. 1174 00:45:19,713 --> 00:45:22,715 - Yeah. [MOANS] - [TEDDY MOANS] 1175 00:45:23,015 --> 00:45:24,883 Maybe we should... we should take things slow, 1176 00:45:24,885 --> 00:45:26,084 - you know? - Yeah, yeah, I agree. 1177 00:45:26,619 --> 00:45:28,419 - How slow, do you think? - [MOANS] I just don't want us to rush into anything, you know? 1178 00:45:28,421 --> 00:45:30,720 Whatever we do, do you mind if we do it in the next couple of minutes? 1179 00:45:30,722 --> 00:45:31,689 - Yeah. Oh. - Is that all right? 1180 00:45:31,691 --> 00:45:32,923 - [GRUNTS] Wait. - What's that? 1181 00:45:32,925 --> 00:45:34,061 - What? - [GROANS] Ah! 1182 00:45:35,361 --> 00:45:37,164 - Ah! - What's that? 1183 00:45:40,233 --> 00:45:42,733 Happy anniversary! I'm sorry I didn't have time to wrap it. 1184 00:45:42,735 --> 00:45:44,169 - You got me a bra... - Yeah, I thought... 1185 00:45:44,171 --> 00:45:46,171 - ...for our anniversary? - I thought the color might be nice. 1186 00:45:46,173 --> 00:45:48,238 Look, the important thing is, I didn't forget, you know? 1187 00:45:48,240 --> 00:45:49,909 But the fifth anniversary gift is wood. 1188 00:45:50,410 --> 00:45:52,008 I was about to give you a bit of that. 1189 00:45:52,010 --> 00:45:53,843 - [CHUCKLES] - Oh, that's so sweet. 1190 00:45:53,845 --> 00:45:54,979 Yeah, it's the least I could do. 1191 00:45:54,981 --> 00:45:56,180 - The very least, I'd say. - Yeah. 1192 00:45:56,182 --> 00:45:57,981 Because for a second there, I thought, and this is gonna 1193 00:45:57,983 --> 00:45:58,985 - sound silly... - Go on. 1194 00:45:59,052 --> 00:46:00,984 But for a second there, I thought that it probably 1195 00:46:00,986 --> 00:46:02,620 belonged to some slut you had sex with, 1196 00:46:02,622 --> 00:46:04,488 - here on the couch last night. - Silly Billy! 1197 00:46:04,490 --> 00:46:07,258 Only because it has a woman's hair on it and it also explains 1198 00:46:07,260 --> 00:46:09,963 why there are two dirty wine glasses on the coffee table. 1199 00:46:11,731 --> 00:46:13,965 I've just thought of something else I'd like to apologize for. 1200 00:46:13,967 --> 00:46:15,533 - Yeah, I bet you did. - Look, Leanne... 1201 00:46:15,535 --> 00:46:16,968 Is she still in the apartment right now? right now. 1202 00:46:16,970 --> 00:46:18,602 No! She is not in the apartment right now. 1203 00:46:18,604 --> 00:46:20,338 Yeah, by your weird emphasis I'm gonna assume 1204 00:46:20,340 --> 00:46:22,774 - she's on the back stairs there. - Don't be silly. Listen, listen. 1205 00:46:22,776 --> 00:46:24,943 You... That is a big shock. I get it, right. I'd like to apologize... 1206 00:46:24,945 --> 00:46:27,044 - [EXHALES] - ...and if I were you, I would slap me... 1207 00:46:27,046 --> 00:46:28,682 Fucking hell, that was... 1208 00:46:29,515 --> 00:46:31,149 [INHALES] You've never actually done that before. 1209 00:46:31,151 --> 00:46:32,617 Yeah, well, I was waiting for a special occasion. 1210 00:46:32,619 --> 00:46:34,584 You know what, Teddy, I don't deserve this. 1211 00:46:34,586 --> 00:46:35,586 Nor does your daughter. 1212 00:46:35,588 --> 00:46:37,454 Nor does the poor woman hiding outside 1213 00:46:37,456 --> 00:46:39,858 who can probably hear everything that we're saying right now. 1214 00:46:39,860 --> 00:46:40,994 BECKA: I can, yeah. 1215 00:46:42,061 --> 00:46:43,861 I'm sorry I called you a slut. 1216 00:46:43,863 --> 00:46:45,796 - BECKA: It's okay. - You don't deserve that. 1217 00:46:45,798 --> 00:46:47,530 - BECKA: Thank you! - Look. Can I just say something? 1218 00:46:47,532 --> 00:46:48,798 BECKA: I don't wanna hear it, Teddy! 1219 00:46:48,800 --> 00:46:50,301 Not to you! 1220 00:46:50,303 --> 00:46:52,003 Sorry. Leanne... 1221 00:46:52,005 --> 00:46:53,838 No. You know what? I don't wanna hear it either. 1222 00:46:53,840 --> 00:46:55,640 And I'm... I'm not... I'm not angry, you know, 1223 00:46:55,642 --> 00:46:57,341 because we technically weren't even together. 1224 00:46:57,343 --> 00:46:59,811 So, you were allowed to do what you needed to do 1225 00:46:59,813 --> 00:47:01,979 to figure your shit out and I did what I had to do. 1226 00:47:01,981 --> 00:47:03,180 Hang on, what'd you to figure your shit out? 1227 00:47:03,182 --> 00:47:04,284 And I think I've figured it out now. 1228 00:47:04,351 --> 00:47:05,785 - What, you wanna move back in... - I want a divorce. 1229 00:47:09,655 --> 00:47:10,657 That's not funny. 1230 00:47:11,624 --> 00:47:13,927 No. It's not anymore. 1231 00:47:17,463 --> 00:47:19,095 - Hey... - No, don't. 1232 00:47:19,097 --> 00:47:21,534 [INHALES, EXHALES] 1233 00:47:22,468 --> 00:47:23,403 [EXHALES] 1234 00:47:25,872 --> 00:47:27,808 [DOOR OPENING, CLOSING] 1235 00:47:30,876 --> 00:47:31,811 [EXHALES] 1236 00:47:36,682 --> 00:47:37,684 [EXHALES] 1237 00:47:42,354 --> 00:47:43,356 [EXHALES] 1238 00:47:44,691 --> 00:47:46,423 I've got a good divorce lawyer if you need one. 1239 00:47:46,425 --> 00:47:48,291 Uh. No, I won't be needing any of that, thank you. 1240 00:47:48,293 --> 00:47:49,660 I'm gonna... I'm gonna fix it all myself. 1241 00:47:49,662 --> 00:47:51,363 [CHUCKLES] Denial. I went through that phase, too. 1242 00:47:51,365 --> 00:47:53,298 Listen, Becka, will you... will you do me a favor? 1243 00:47:53,300 --> 00:47:55,365 If I... if I text you, call you, try and contact you 1244 00:47:55,367 --> 00:47:57,801 in any way, will you promise me that you will ignore it? 1245 00:47:57,803 --> 00:48:01,407 Teddy, you are never gonna see me ever again. 1246 00:48:04,211 --> 00:48:07,147 - [EXHALES] - [WHOOSHING] 1247 00:48:07,747 --> 00:48:08,749 Coffee? 1248 00:48:09,883 --> 00:48:11,682 Are you fucking kidding me? 1249 00:48:11,684 --> 00:48:12,916 - What? - What... what are... 1250 00:48:12,918 --> 00:48:15,220 what are you doing here? We... we lit... We just ended this. 1251 00:48:15,521 --> 00:48:17,555 You're giving me, like, really mixed messages, yeah? 1252 00:48:17,557 --> 00:48:19,724 Remember when I... when I put you out on the back steps 1253 00:48:19,726 --> 00:48:21,026 because my wife came? 1254 00:48:21,028 --> 00:48:24,762 We said, we said it was over, okay? 1255 00:48:24,764 --> 00:48:27,332 - That was like a year ago. - It was exactly a year ago. 1256 00:48:27,334 --> 00:48:30,736 Yes, that's it. In fact, a year ago, today. 1257 00:48:31,336 --> 00:48:33,269 Is this because we decided to take things 1258 00:48:33,271 --> 00:48:34,240 to the next level? 1259 00:48:34,773 --> 00:48:35,875 Meaning? 1260 00:48:36,876 --> 00:48:39,412 Me moving in with you! It's exciting. 1261 00:48:39,713 --> 00:48:42,082 You'll thank me, once I've redecorated this place. 1262 00:48:43,316 --> 00:48:45,883 I'm thinking we should definitely wallpaper the hallway 1263 00:48:45,885 --> 00:48:47,053 and retile the bathroom. 1264 00:48:47,454 --> 00:48:49,253 And I've got the best idea for the second room. 1265 00:48:49,255 --> 00:48:51,256 What if we did like a meditation suite? 1266 00:48:52,090 --> 00:48:53,826 'Cause you love meditating, hey, babe? 1267 00:48:56,329 --> 00:48:57,331 Baby? 1268 00:49:00,032 --> 00:49:01,267 [CELL PHONE BEEPING] 1269 00:49:01,834 --> 00:49:03,003 [DIAL TONE] 1270 00:49:03,903 --> 00:49:05,903 - SAM: Hey, man. - Sam, it's Teddy. Hi. 1271 00:49:05,905 --> 00:49:08,475 [INHALES] Listen, how far away from my house are you? 1272 00:49:09,309 --> 00:49:10,477 [DOOR OPENING] 1273 00:49:15,816 --> 00:49:16,750 [LIPS SMACKING] 1274 00:49:19,452 --> 00:49:23,387 - I, uh, I'm sorry, Becka. - What for? 1275 00:49:23,389 --> 00:49:24,856 I'm sorry that I a... that I asked you 1276 00:49:24,858 --> 00:49:26,591 to move in here. I shouldn't have done that. 1277 00:49:26,593 --> 00:49:27,494 [BECKA CHUCKLES] 1278 00:49:28,327 --> 00:49:29,426 Why not? 1279 00:49:29,428 --> 00:49:30,564 Because I love my wife. 1280 00:49:32,064 --> 00:49:33,965 I love Leanne, okay? 1281 00:49:33,967 --> 00:49:36,968 And, uh, today is our sixth wedding anniversary, right, 1282 00:49:36,970 --> 00:49:39,836 and today I plan to spend it by giving her whatever it is 1283 00:49:39,838 --> 00:49:41,506 you give on... on the sixth anniversary 1284 00:49:41,508 --> 00:49:43,974 and I wish I could... [INHALES] ...I wish I could explain more, 1285 00:49:43,976 --> 00:49:46,313 but I just can't, all right? I haven't... I haven't got time. 1286 00:49:47,479 --> 00:49:49,015 - Make time. - TEDDY: What? 1287 00:49:49,948 --> 00:49:51,383 Make time. 1288 00:49:52,050 --> 00:49:54,318 I've given you plenty of mine, now I want some of yours. 1289 00:49:54,320 --> 00:49:55,822 - Listen... - BECKA: Teddy, sit down. 1290 00:49:56,122 --> 00:49:58,158 - Becka, I'm gonna have to... - Teddy, sit the fuck down. 1291 00:49:59,358 --> 00:50:00,226 Okay. 1292 00:50:01,360 --> 00:50:02,328 [BECKA EXHALES] 1293 00:50:03,028 --> 00:50:04,398 [INHALES, EXHALES] 1294 00:50:05,631 --> 00:50:07,667 [EXHALES, INHALES] 1295 00:50:08,568 --> 00:50:09,502 [EXHALES] 1296 00:50:09,901 --> 00:50:11,804 You weren't my first choice either, Teddy. 1297 00:50:15,275 --> 00:50:16,209 [EXHALES] 1298 00:50:18,110 --> 00:50:20,079 I loved my husband so much. 1299 00:50:22,847 --> 00:50:25,450 If I knew then what I know now, we'd still be together, but... 1300 00:50:26,519 --> 00:50:29,055 I just have this habit of figuring things out a little too late. 1301 00:50:30,023 --> 00:50:31,858 Which is probably why I kept coming back to you. 1302 00:50:33,425 --> 00:50:35,992 You know, I thought that being alone is 1303 00:50:35,994 --> 00:50:37,296 what makes you lonely. 1304 00:50:38,731 --> 00:50:40,398 But you showed me there's nothing lonelier 1305 00:50:40,400 --> 00:50:41,601 than being with the wrong person. 1306 00:50:42,468 --> 00:50:43,803 Teddy, you're not my person. 1307 00:50:44,137 --> 00:50:45,071 Just... 1308 00:50:45,704 --> 00:50:47,738 I don't know why I didn't admit it to myself years ago. 1309 00:50:47,740 --> 00:50:49,409 God, what I'd do to get that time back. 1310 00:50:49,776 --> 00:50:51,044 Such a waste. 1311 00:50:52,577 --> 00:50:53,947 [CAR HORN HONKING] 1312 00:50:54,314 --> 00:50:55,915 Just go. Fine. 1313 00:50:56,749 --> 00:50:59,019 Don't wanna waste any more of your precious time. 1314 00:51:00,919 --> 00:51:03,090 I'll pack up my stuff and be gone before you get back. 1315 00:51:05,557 --> 00:51:06,425 Teddy. 1316 00:51:07,793 --> 00:51:09,862 The gift for your sixth-year anniversary. 1317 00:51:10,764 --> 00:51:11,698 Something sweet. 1318 00:51:13,298 --> 00:51:14,233 Good luck. 1319 00:51:15,101 --> 00:51:15,968 [INHALES] 1320 00:51:20,474 --> 00:51:21,341 [DOOR OPENING] 1321 00:51:22,175 --> 00:51:23,310 - [EXHALES] - [DOOR CLOSING] 1322 00:51:33,619 --> 00:51:35,919 - Bloody hell. - [CAR ENGINE REVVING] 1323 00:51:35,921 --> 00:51:39,189 - Nice car. - Yeah, well, you know, YOLO. 1324 00:51:39,191 --> 00:51:42,094 - Oh, please, not you as well. - SAM: Okay, fine. 1325 00:51:44,463 --> 00:51:46,265 - [TEDDY EXHALES] - Hey. 1326 00:51:46,900 --> 00:51:49,269 This is gonna be the worst year yet, I can feel it. 1327 00:51:49,668 --> 00:51:51,135 What's going on? What's happening? 1328 00:51:51,137 --> 00:51:53,539 Well, my life is shit. That's what's happening. So... 1329 00:51:53,807 --> 00:51:55,640 Okay, is that really time sensitive, though? 1330 00:51:55,642 --> 00:51:57,140 Everything is time sensitive, man. 1331 00:51:57,142 --> 00:51:59,079 - Jeez, don't you get that? - Okay. 1332 00:52:02,447 --> 00:52:03,382 Sorry. 1333 00:52:03,816 --> 00:52:05,082 - It's okay. - Sorry. 1334 00:52:05,084 --> 00:52:06,450 It's okay. Where do you wanna go? 1335 00:52:06,452 --> 00:52:08,087 Can you take me to Leanne's house, please? 1336 00:52:08,454 --> 00:52:11,222 Yeah, sure. Uh. It's two blocks away, though. 1337 00:52:11,224 --> 00:52:12,523 - You could walk... - Please. 1338 00:52:12,525 --> 00:52:14,093 - O... Okay. - Please? 1339 00:52:21,367 --> 00:52:22,401 Jesus, mate. 1340 00:52:24,003 --> 00:52:25,836 You look like shit. And you've... you've... 1341 00:52:25,838 --> 00:52:28,138 you have lost a bit of weight, though. Fair play, what's... 1342 00:52:28,140 --> 00:52:29,673 Come on, I could do with a bit of that. 1343 00:52:29,675 --> 00:52:31,075 What's your... what's your secret? 1344 00:52:31,077 --> 00:52:32,776 [EXHALES] Well, no secret, really. 1345 00:52:32,778 --> 00:52:35,014 It's just what happens when you cut out the big C. 1346 00:52:35,514 --> 00:52:37,184 - Carbs, yeah. - [SCOFFS] 1347 00:52:37,717 --> 00:52:38,718 Cancer. [CHUCKLES] 1348 00:52:40,653 --> 00:52:42,785 So, what's happening? Why is this the worst year for you? 1349 00:52:42,787 --> 00:52:45,388 Hang on. Hang on, mate. Can you... can you pull over the car, please? 1350 00:52:45,390 --> 00:52:46,726 - Right now? - Yes! 1351 00:52:51,997 --> 00:52:52,898 Are you okay? 1352 00:52:53,532 --> 00:52:54,534 What's wrong? 1353 00:52:59,372 --> 00:53:00,440 [LIPS SMACKING, EXHALES] 1354 00:53:02,242 --> 00:53:03,142 [EXHALES] 1355 00:53:04,043 --> 00:53:06,178 What, you think he took too much off the top? [CHUCKLES] 1356 00:53:07,914 --> 00:53:08,915 [CHUCKLES] 1357 00:53:11,383 --> 00:53:12,385 What kind of cancer? 1358 00:53:15,188 --> 00:53:16,553 The same it's always been. 1359 00:53:16,555 --> 00:53:18,689 - So, what's the big rush? Why do you have to go... - Hang on. 1360 00:53:18,691 --> 00:53:20,526 - ...to Leanne's house? - Hang on. Hang on. Hang on. 1361 00:53:21,593 --> 00:53:22,695 When did you find out? 1362 00:53:23,695 --> 00:53:25,262 You know when I found out. 1363 00:53:25,264 --> 00:53:26,564 You were the first person I told. 1364 00:53:26,798 --> 00:53:28,802 All right. Tell me again like you're telling me for the first time, please. 1365 00:53:30,769 --> 00:53:32,271 What? No, why? 1366 00:53:32,537 --> 00:53:33,972 You know I hate talking about it. 1367 00:53:33,974 --> 00:53:35,405 I know this doesn't make any sense, 1368 00:53:35,407 --> 00:53:37,242 - but will you tell me again... - [SAM SCOFFS] 1369 00:53:37,244 --> 00:53:39,242 ...like you were telling me for the first time? 1370 00:53:39,244 --> 00:53:40,378 When did you find out? 1371 00:53:40,880 --> 00:53:42,312 [LIPS SMACKING] Six months ago. 1372 00:53:42,314 --> 00:53:43,881 Right. And what kind of cancer is it? 1373 00:53:43,883 --> 00:53:44,784 Skin. 1374 00:53:45,084 --> 00:53:47,220 - Where? - Why are you doing this? 1375 00:53:48,220 --> 00:53:49,322 Where? 1376 00:53:49,956 --> 00:53:51,057 My back. 1377 00:53:51,691 --> 00:53:54,457 There was a mole on my shoulder. I should have checked it out a while ago, 1378 00:53:54,459 --> 00:53:56,428 - but I kept putting it off. - They've cut it out? 1379 00:53:57,430 --> 00:53:58,931 Yeah, most of it. 1380 00:53:59,398 --> 00:54:00,800 Chemo's taking care of the rest. 1381 00:54:02,068 --> 00:54:03,566 - What does that mean? - [LIPS SMACKING] 1382 00:54:03,568 --> 00:54:04,602 [INHALES, EXHALES] 1383 00:54:05,403 --> 00:54:07,773 It means they'll get rid of it, okay? 1384 00:54:08,039 --> 00:54:09,675 And if that doesn't work... 1385 00:54:10,008 --> 00:54:11,409 I have other options. 1386 00:54:12,144 --> 00:54:14,246 Not as fun as chemo, but they work. 1387 00:54:14,512 --> 00:54:15,881 [INHALES] 1388 00:54:16,782 --> 00:54:17,816 Are you scared? 1389 00:54:18,284 --> 00:54:19,653 [SCOFFS] Shut up. 1390 00:54:20,586 --> 00:54:22,322 - Are you? - No! [SCOFFS] 1391 00:54:23,256 --> 00:54:24,124 [EXHALES] 1392 00:54:26,325 --> 00:54:28,428 [INHALES, EXHALES] 1393 00:54:29,229 --> 00:54:30,229 Of... [EXHALES] 1394 00:54:30,496 --> 00:54:32,731 Of course, I'm fucking scared, man. It's cancer. 1395 00:54:35,200 --> 00:54:36,633 Well, are you gonna beat it? 1396 00:54:36,635 --> 00:54:37,536 Yes! 1397 00:54:39,305 --> 00:54:40,240 [EXHALES] 1398 00:54:41,307 --> 00:54:42,773 - Promise me? - Yeah, I p... [EXHALES] 1399 00:54:42,775 --> 00:54:45,077 ...I promise. I will beat it. 1400 00:54:45,445 --> 00:54:47,678 - Fuck cancer, okay? - [CAR ENGINE REVVING] 1401 00:54:47,680 --> 00:54:48,814 Can I keep driving now? 1402 00:54:49,113 --> 00:54:50,483 - Please? - Yeah. Yeah. 1403 00:54:50,749 --> 00:54:51,650 Thank you. 1404 00:54:56,588 --> 00:54:58,824 What's wrong? What's the matter? What's going on? What... 1405 00:55:00,793 --> 00:55:01,858 - We're here. - [EXHALES] 1406 00:55:01,860 --> 00:55:03,961 Oh, shit, sorry. Yeah, that... that was close. 1407 00:55:03,963 --> 00:55:05,095 - [CHUCKLES] - Sorry. 1408 00:55:05,097 --> 00:55:06,129 - Get out. - Okay. Okay. Do you... 1409 00:55:06,131 --> 00:55:07,765 I can... Do you want me to stay with you? 1410 00:55:07,767 --> 00:55:09,666 No, I want you to get out. I have shit to do. 1411 00:55:09,668 --> 00:55:10,569 All right. 1412 00:55:11,137 --> 00:55:12,602 Go. I'll see you next Sunday. 1413 00:55:12,604 --> 00:55:13,740 What about next year? 1414 00:55:14,639 --> 00:55:15,939 What, you want some time apart? 1415 00:55:15,941 --> 00:55:17,275 Will you still be here next year? 1416 00:55:17,977 --> 00:55:20,678 Yes, I will be here next year. I'll be here in fifty years. 1417 00:55:20,680 --> 00:55:21,881 I'm gonna live forever! 1418 00:55:22,682 --> 00:55:24,048 [CHUCKLES] Okay, now go. 1419 00:55:24,050 --> 00:55:26,483 Fix whatever you need to fix with your ex-wife. 1420 00:55:26,485 --> 00:55:28,220 Okay. All right, I'll... Ex-wife? 1421 00:55:28,887 --> 00:55:29,855 Oh. 1422 00:55:30,822 --> 00:55:32,157 Well, that's just fucking great. 1423 00:55:34,327 --> 00:55:36,196 Okay. Right. Come on. 1424 00:55:38,664 --> 00:55:39,666 Fix your marriage. 1425 00:55:40,400 --> 00:55:41,401 End this nightmare. 1426 00:55:43,302 --> 00:55:44,869 - Focus. Come on. - [DOOR UNLOCKING] 1427 00:55:45,236 --> 00:55:46,403 - Focus! - [ZIGGY WHIMPERS] 1428 00:55:46,405 --> 00:55:49,205 Uh. Oh! Look! 1429 00:55:49,207 --> 00:55:50,506 Have you got a puppy? 1430 00:55:50,508 --> 00:55:51,709 - Yeah. - Can I have a... 1431 00:55:51,711 --> 00:55:53,077 can I have a little hold of him? 1432 00:55:53,079 --> 00:55:55,845 - Yeah. [CHUCKLES] - Hello! Hello. 1433 00:55:55,847 --> 00:55:57,414 - [ZIGGY WHIMPERS] - Look at you, big boy. 1434 00:55:57,416 --> 00:55:58,983 What's your name, eh? What's your? 1435 00:55:58,985 --> 00:56:01,218 Ziggy? Hello, Ziggy. Do you know what? 1436 00:56:01,220 --> 00:56:02,753 Maybe I was a bit harsh on Great Danes. 1437 00:56:02,755 --> 00:56:04,387 This is a Great Dane, aren't you? 1438 00:56:04,389 --> 00:56:07,258 You are a Great Dane. Huh? 1439 00:56:07,260 --> 00:56:08,762 - [ZIGGY WHIMPERS] - This is nice. 1440 00:56:09,528 --> 00:56:11,095 - Lovely, yeah. - Mm. 1441 00:56:11,097 --> 00:56:11,997 Good for you. 1442 00:56:12,597 --> 00:56:14,631 Well, I'd... I'd put a little kids pool here for Lulu 1443 00:56:14,633 --> 00:56:16,066 but... but that's just me. 1444 00:56:16,068 --> 00:56:17,568 - Thanks, I'll think about it. - Okay. 1445 00:56:17,570 --> 00:56:19,602 Um. If you're here to see her, she's... she's sleeping. 1446 00:56:19,604 --> 00:56:21,671 No, I'm here to see you. I'm here to see you, actually. 1447 00:56:21,673 --> 00:56:23,240 Don't tell me you finally signed them? 1448 00:56:23,242 --> 00:56:25,242 - Maybe. Signed what? - The divorce papers. 1449 00:56:25,244 --> 00:56:26,613 What? No! 1450 00:56:27,713 --> 00:56:29,680 - Are you insane? I haven't signed... - [LEANNE INHALES] 1451 00:56:29,682 --> 00:56:31,649 ...any divorce papers, and nor will I. I love you. I still love you. 1452 00:56:31,651 --> 00:56:33,050 Yeah? And what does Becka think about that? 1453 00:56:33,052 --> 00:56:34,551 - That's over, okay? - Teddy... 1454 00:56:34,553 --> 00:56:36,053 Come on, it's... it's our anniversary. 1455 00:56:36,055 --> 00:56:37,086 Did you forget? You forgot, didn't you? 1456 00:56:37,088 --> 00:56:38,254 - I never forget. - Yeah, well, 1457 00:56:38,256 --> 00:56:39,789 I've got you something. I got you, uh, 1458 00:56:39,791 --> 00:56:41,557 something sweet, which is the sixth thing. 1459 00:56:41,559 --> 00:56:43,193 Uh. It... I should have some gum in my... 1460 00:56:43,195 --> 00:56:44,394 in my pocket there. Do you wanna reach in? 1461 00:56:44,396 --> 00:56:45,361 - No! - Get that out? 1462 00:56:45,363 --> 00:56:46,363 - God! No! Look, Teddy... - All right. 1463 00:56:46,365 --> 00:56:47,433 ...I don't know what game you're playing 1464 00:56:47,532 --> 00:56:49,265 but, like, enough, all right? We've both moved on. 1465 00:56:49,267 --> 00:56:50,769 I haven't. I haven't moved on. Have you... 1466 00:56:51,204 --> 00:56:52,736 - Have you moved on? - I think so. 1467 00:56:52,738 --> 00:56:55,271 What, as in you've... as in you've met someone else, yeah? 1468 00:56:55,273 --> 00:56:56,274 [SCOFFS] 1469 00:56:56,276 --> 00:56:58,175 No, but I'm thinking about, you know, 1470 00:56:58,177 --> 00:56:59,809 - getting back out there. - Don't get back out there. 1471 00:56:59,811 --> 00:57:01,111 - Okay. Fine. - It sucks out there. It's awful. 1472 00:57:01,113 --> 00:57:02,646 - Well, I'll just never be with anyone else... - Okay, lovely. 1473 00:57:02,648 --> 00:57:04,414 - ...for the rest of my life. - That... that's all I wanna hear you say. 1474 00:57:04,416 --> 00:57:05,550 - Yeah, okay. I was joking... - All right? 1475 00:57:05,552 --> 00:57:06,582 - ...all right? - No. No, don't... 1476 00:57:06,584 --> 00:57:07,651 - Goodbye, Teddy. I will... - Uh. [EXHALES] 1477 00:57:07,653 --> 00:57:09,352 ...see you on your next date with Lulu. 1478 00:57:09,354 --> 00:57:11,423 - And sign those papers. - I am not gonna sign any... 1479 00:57:11,990 --> 00:57:15,994 [WHOOSHING] 1480 00:57:18,264 --> 00:57:19,796 - Teddy? - TEDDY: Uh. Yeah? 1481 00:57:19,798 --> 00:57:21,032 What the hell are you doing here? 1482 00:57:21,034 --> 00:57:23,267 What... what am I doing? What are you doing here? Who are you? 1483 00:57:23,269 --> 00:57:25,468 Listen, Leanne has made it pretty clear she doesn't like 1484 00:57:25,470 --> 00:57:28,137 - you showing up out of the blue like this. - I'm sorry, man. Um. Rewind. 1485 00:57:28,139 --> 00:57:30,073 How exactly do you know my wife, Leanne? 1486 00:57:30,075 --> 00:57:31,709 Oh, for God's sake. We're not doing this again, are we? 1487 00:57:31,711 --> 00:57:34,178 No, we... we're doing this, mate. Whether or not I've done it before, 1488 00:57:34,180 --> 00:57:35,479 - I cannot tell you, but... - What is going on? 1489 00:57:35,481 --> 00:57:36,749 Leanne, are you okay? 1490 00:57:37,015 --> 00:57:40,283 This strange and, I'm hoping, gay man is... is in your house 1491 00:57:40,285 --> 00:57:41,419 - for some reason. Do you need... - [SCOFFS] 1492 00:57:41,421 --> 00:57:42,720 ...do you need me to call the police? 1493 00:57:42,722 --> 00:57:44,454 - Patrick, I'm so sorry. - It's not your fault. Really. 1494 00:57:44,456 --> 00:57:46,023 No, it's not your fault, it's his fault. 1495 00:57:46,025 --> 00:57:48,024 It's what's his name. Patrick. It's Patrick's fault! 1496 00:57:48,026 --> 00:57:49,825 - Who's Patrick? - You know exactly who he is. 1497 00:57:49,827 --> 00:57:51,327 - TEDDY: Cousin? - He's my boyfriend. 1498 00:57:51,329 --> 00:57:52,864 - Now unless you're here... - Oh, fuck! 1499 00:57:53,032 --> 00:57:55,932 - ...to sign the divorce papers, I want you to leave. - I still haven't signed them? 1500 00:57:55,934 --> 00:57:57,568 Ha! Good. Finally. 1501 00:57:57,570 --> 00:57:59,470 Yeah, something I'm pleased that I keep putting off... 1502 00:57:59,472 --> 00:58:00,704 - LEANNE: Teddy? - ...till later. 1503 00:58:00,706 --> 00:58:02,106 Please, just go. 1504 00:58:02,108 --> 00:58:03,874 I'm not... What? No. I am not gonna 1505 00:58:03,876 --> 00:58:06,276 leave you alone with fucking Patrick, 1506 00:58:06,278 --> 00:58:07,544 whoever he is. Look at him. 1507 00:58:07,546 --> 00:58:08,745 What... We don't know anything about him. 1508 00:58:08,747 --> 00:58:09,979 - I know everything about him. - TEDDY: Do ya? 1509 00:58:09,981 --> 00:58:11,916 Oh, really? Okay, name... name... name three things 1510 00:58:11,918 --> 00:58:13,816 - that you know about Patrick. - [LEANNE CHUCKLES] 1511 00:58:13,818 --> 00:58:15,218 - He's a doctor. - TEDDY: Of what? 1512 00:58:15,220 --> 00:58:16,285 Of psychiatry. 1513 00:58:16,287 --> 00:58:17,754 Easiest one. What else? 1514 00:58:17,756 --> 00:58:19,256 LEANNE: He speaks two other languages. 1515 00:58:19,258 --> 00:58:22,892 Oh! Do you, Patrick? Couple of languages, yeah? 1516 00:58:22,894 --> 00:58:24,394 What you got? French? 1517 00:58:24,396 --> 00:58:25,495 - Yeah. - Yeah. 1518 00:58:25,497 --> 00:58:27,196 [BLOWS RASPBERRIES] Everyone speaks French. 1519 00:58:27,198 --> 00:58:28,198 - They don't. - Do you? 1520 00:58:28,200 --> 00:58:29,367 TEDDY: I can get by. 1521 00:58:29,369 --> 00:58:31,401 What, like, what's the other one? Something basic... 1522 00:58:31,403 --> 00:58:32,704 - PATRICK: Hungarian. - Hungarian? 1523 00:58:33,606 --> 00:58:36,340 Fair enough. Yeah. It's... Well, that's quite... that's quite impressive. 1524 00:58:36,342 --> 00:58:38,108 - Thank you. - And he qualified for the Olympics in... 1525 00:58:38,110 --> 00:58:40,044 Yeah, all right. Okay, fine. Thank you very much. That's three. 1526 00:58:40,046 --> 00:58:41,445 Yeah. I'm counting the languages as one each. 1527 00:58:41,447 --> 00:58:43,680 I don't trust him, Leanne. Look at him. Look at his beard. 1528 00:58:43,682 --> 00:58:45,082 Oh, for God's sake, grow up. 1529 00:58:45,084 --> 00:58:46,350 - Grow up? - PATRICK: Yeah. 1530 00:58:46,352 --> 00:58:49,253 Want me to grow up? Okay, I will. 1531 00:58:49,255 --> 00:58:51,722 In a few minutes from now, that is exactly what I'm gonna do. 1532 00:58:51,724 --> 00:58:55,325 Then again after that, then again, then again... then again, then again! 1533 00:58:55,327 --> 00:58:58,163 So, don't tell me to grow up, 'cause no one grows up quicker than me! 1534 00:58:59,865 --> 00:59:01,330 Do you want me to call the police? 1535 00:59:01,332 --> 00:59:02,534 - It's all right. - I'm happy to. 1536 00:59:02,800 --> 00:59:04,066 LEANNE: Hey, come here. 1537 00:59:04,068 --> 00:59:05,503 - Don't you... - What about you grow up! What? 1538 00:59:05,671 --> 00:59:07,872 - Don't you want me to be happy? - That's all I want! That's all I want! 1539 00:59:07,874 --> 00:59:09,573 Then move on. Patrick's a good guy. 1540 00:59:09,575 --> 00:59:10,943 - You said so yourself. - I would never say that! 1541 00:59:11,276 --> 00:59:13,811 Okay, it's taken me a long time, but I finally feel like 1542 00:59:13,813 --> 00:59:16,079 I've got a life again. You know, my book sales are great... 1543 00:59:16,081 --> 00:59:17,715 Book... Book... Book sales? 1544 00:59:17,717 --> 00:59:19,283 Yeah, and they're paying me to write two more. 1545 00:59:19,285 --> 00:59:20,450 You have finally finished a book? 1546 00:59:20,452 --> 00:59:21,818 - Yeah! - That is phenomenal. 1547 00:59:21,820 --> 00:59:23,553 I mean, you struggled for so long to come up 1548 00:59:23,555 --> 00:59:25,488 with an idea. Like, what's it... what's it about? 1549 00:59:25,490 --> 00:59:27,224 - You said you read it. - O... obviously, I've read it, 1550 00:59:27,226 --> 00:59:29,291 but what's it like... How would you describe it in your words? 1551 00:59:29,293 --> 00:59:30,529 They're all my words. I wrote it. 1552 00:59:31,030 --> 00:59:32,930 If I was to tell someone to read it who hasn't read it then how would I describe it? 1553 00:59:32,932 --> 00:59:33,930 - I would say... - Fucking hell! 1554 00:59:33,932 --> 00:59:35,466 ...it's about a woman who falls in love 1555 00:59:35,468 --> 00:59:36,966 with what seems like the perfect guy 1556 00:59:36,968 --> 00:59:39,503 but then it turns out he's actually her subconscious in human form 1557 00:59:39,505 --> 00:59:41,240 and then he... he kidnaps her and... 1558 00:59:41,606 --> 00:59:43,108 - Yada, yada, yada. - So good. 1559 00:59:43,409 --> 00:59:45,408 - [CHUCKLES] Thanks. - That is good. 1560 00:59:45,410 --> 00:59:46,946 And really original. Brilliant. 1561 00:59:47,246 --> 00:59:48,146 Thank you. 1562 00:59:48,648 --> 00:59:49,682 Proud of you. 1563 00:59:50,215 --> 00:59:51,416 - Thanks. [CHUCKLES] - Really... 1564 00:59:52,617 --> 00:59:53,585 Where's your ring? 1565 00:59:55,488 --> 00:59:56,553 Uh. 1566 00:59:56,555 --> 00:59:57,722 - Oh, shit. - What... You... You... 1567 00:59:57,724 --> 00:59:58,923 - your wedding ring? - I'm sorry. 1568 00:59:59,224 --> 01:00:01,760 Teddy, I'm really sorry. I've been meaning to tell you but... 1569 01:00:02,193 --> 01:00:03,426 Please don't be mad, okay? 1570 01:00:03,428 --> 01:00:05,361 - We went to beach. - Hmm. 1571 01:00:05,363 --> 01:00:07,599 I went into the water with it on and when I came out, it... 1572 01:00:09,468 --> 01:00:11,033 I spent hours looking for it, Teddy. 1573 01:00:11,035 --> 01:00:12,438 I'm really sorry. I just... 1574 01:00:12,704 --> 01:00:14,771 - I didn't know how to tell you. - It was one of a kind. 1575 01:00:14,773 --> 01:00:16,372 - I know. - You know, my dad made that ring 1576 01:00:16,374 --> 01:00:18,443 - for my... for my mother. - I know. Hey, look... 1577 01:00:19,878 --> 01:00:22,280 I don't know, may... maybe it's a sign. 1578 01:00:24,048 --> 01:00:25,184 Of what? 1579 01:00:26,586 --> 01:00:27,620 You know what. 1580 01:00:30,622 --> 01:00:31,490 Okay. 1581 01:00:32,691 --> 01:00:33,957 - Fine. - I've got copies inside. 1582 01:00:33,959 --> 01:00:35,895 All right, I'll sign them. [INHALES] 1583 01:00:37,061 --> 01:00:37,996 [GROANS] 1584 01:00:38,965 --> 01:00:39,997 [EXHALES] 1585 01:00:39,999 --> 01:00:41,467 - You okay? - LEANNE: Yeah. 1586 01:00:44,336 --> 01:00:45,501 [EXHALES] 1587 01:00:45,503 --> 01:00:47,639 [INHALES, EXHALES] 1588 01:00:49,240 --> 01:00:50,575 - So, Pat. - Patrick. 1589 01:00:50,909 --> 01:00:52,376 You're a psychiatrist, yeah? 1590 01:00:52,378 --> 01:00:53,546 Easiest one, that's right. 1591 01:00:53,979 --> 01:00:55,644 TEDDY: Can I ask your opinion on something 1592 01:00:55,646 --> 01:00:57,717 - as a... a medical professional? - Sure. 1593 01:00:59,117 --> 01:01:00,316 Friend of mine, right? 1594 01:01:00,318 --> 01:01:02,619 He's, kind of, going through a bit... a bit of a crisis. 1595 01:01:02,621 --> 01:01:03,822 - Is he? - Yeah, and he, sort of, 1596 01:01:04,055 --> 01:01:06,890 feels like life is moving too fast, faster than he can keep up with. 1597 01:01:06,892 --> 01:01:08,291 Your friend feels this, does he? 1598 01:01:08,293 --> 01:01:10,327 Yeah, my friend, and he feels like one minute 1599 01:01:10,329 --> 01:01:12,695 he was young, right? That's how it feels to my friend, yes? 1600 01:01:12,697 --> 01:01:14,263 And then he's blinked and then suddenly, 1601 01:01:14,265 --> 01:01:16,566 there's more of life behind him than there is in front of him 1602 01:01:16,568 --> 01:01:18,434 and he, sort of, feels like all the... all the... 1603 01:01:18,436 --> 01:01:19,870 - Okay. - All the things that he had 1604 01:01:19,872 --> 01:01:21,738 to look forward to have been... have... have been, 1605 01:01:21,740 --> 01:01:24,039 and they've gone. And he... he really feels... [SOBS] 1606 01:01:24,041 --> 01:01:25,710 ...Patrick, like he's... [BREATHES SHAKILY] 1607 01:01:25,945 --> 01:01:28,814 ...like he's having a nervous... like he's having a nervous breakdown. [SOBS] 1608 01:01:29,113 --> 01:01:31,416 - Jesus Christ. - [TEDDY SOBS] 1609 01:01:33,184 --> 01:01:35,419 Um. Hey, it's okay. 1610 01:01:35,421 --> 01:01:36,720 - [TEDDY SOBS] - PATRICK: Hey. 1611 01:01:36,722 --> 01:01:39,057 - Teddy, hey. - [TEDDY SOBS] 1612 01:01:39,559 --> 01:01:41,490 Hey. You know, there's an old Hungarian proverb. 1613 01:01:41,492 --> 01:01:42,892 - [TEDDY SOBS] - It goes, 1614 01:01:42,894 --> 01:01:45,162 - "Aki kit nyulat hajt egyet se ver." - It's beautiful, man. 1615 01:01:45,164 --> 01:01:47,064 No. I haven't... Nope. I haven't translated it yet. 1616 01:01:47,066 --> 01:01:49,032 - You've gotta calm down, mate. - [SOBS] Okay. Okay. 1617 01:01:49,034 --> 01:01:50,166 - [SOBS] Okay. - Shh. 1618 01:01:50,168 --> 01:01:51,602 Go on. Go on, then. [EXHALES] 1619 01:01:51,604 --> 01:01:54,037 It essentially means, "Grasp all, lose all." 1620 01:01:54,039 --> 01:01:55,305 [TEDDY SNIFFLES, SOBS] 1621 01:01:55,307 --> 01:01:56,773 The tighter you hold onto something, 1622 01:01:56,775 --> 01:01:57,910 the sooner it's gone. 1623 01:01:58,376 --> 01:01:59,709 Look, I know you love Leanne. 1624 01:01:59,711 --> 01:02:01,211 I love her more than anything. [SOBS] 1625 01:02:01,213 --> 01:02:03,916 - And I know you love Tallulah. - We're not as close but yeah, sure. 1626 01:02:04,249 --> 01:02:06,448 Okay, but if you love Leanne, 1627 01:02:06,450 --> 01:02:08,454 you've got to let her live her life, mate. 1628 01:02:08,787 --> 01:02:09,789 - Yeah? - [SNIFFLES] 1629 01:02:10,356 --> 01:02:12,724 - And as for your friend... - Hmm. 1630 01:02:12,957 --> 01:02:13,992 [LIPS SMACKING] 1631 01:02:14,159 --> 01:02:16,229 ...well, maybe all he needs is a change of perspective. 1632 01:02:17,262 --> 01:02:20,233 Because sure, on one hand, life is short. 1633 01:02:21,166 --> 01:02:22,666 But on the other hand, 1634 01:02:22,668 --> 01:02:25,171 it's the longest thing you will ever do. 1635 01:02:27,072 --> 01:02:28,775 - [WHIMPERS] - Oh, fucking hell! 1636 01:02:29,775 --> 01:02:30,742 [TEDDY SOBS] 1637 01:02:30,809 --> 01:02:33,075 - Why is he crying? - I have absolutely no idea. 1638 01:02:33,077 --> 01:02:34,479 - I... I really don't. - [TEDDY SOBBING] 1639 01:02:35,014 --> 01:02:36,079 [PATRICK SIGHS] 1640 01:02:36,081 --> 01:02:37,782 - Is that the papers you wanted? - LEANNE: Yeah. 1641 01:02:38,017 --> 01:02:39,385 Okay. [WHIMPERS] 1642 01:02:43,488 --> 01:02:44,657 [EXHALES] 1643 01:02:47,325 --> 01:02:48,293 [EXHALES] 1644 01:02:51,463 --> 01:02:52,999 Well, happy anniversary. 1645 01:02:53,666 --> 01:02:55,133 [EXHALES] There you go. 1646 01:02:58,336 --> 01:02:59,769 - [WHIMPERS] - Thanks. 1647 01:02:59,771 --> 01:03:00,639 [EXHALES] 1648 01:03:01,840 --> 01:03:02,775 [EXHALES] 1649 01:03:03,307 --> 01:03:04,476 - [ZIGGY WHIMPERING] - Oh. 1650 01:03:04,843 --> 01:03:07,646 - Look at Ziggy. He's grown. - [ZIGGY PANTS] 1651 01:03:07,945 --> 01:03:09,347 Do you mind if I take him for a walk? 1652 01:03:09,881 --> 01:03:10,849 Yeah, sure. 1653 01:03:12,950 --> 01:03:14,219 Come on there, Ziggy. 1654 01:03:19,858 --> 01:03:21,994 [INHALES, EXHALES] 1655 01:03:25,896 --> 01:03:27,398 TEDDY: I feel like you're the only one 1656 01:03:28,133 --> 01:03:29,968 who knows how I feel because, uh... 1657 01:03:31,070 --> 01:03:32,903 a dog year is seven years, right? 1658 01:03:32,905 --> 01:03:35,704 So that means you're living life seven times faster 1659 01:03:35,706 --> 01:03:38,543 than anyone else and I'm... I'm living life, like... [INHALES] 1660 01:03:39,345 --> 01:03:42,479 ...fifty thousand times faster than anyone else, so actually, 1661 01:03:42,481 --> 01:03:44,450 you don't know how lucky you are. 1662 01:03:45,450 --> 01:03:46,918 [ZIGGY WHIMPERS] 1663 01:03:47,352 --> 01:03:48,621 Do you wanna have a run? 1664 01:03:51,256 --> 01:03:52,859 Here. Here. 1665 01:03:58,030 --> 01:03:58,898 [EXHALES] 1666 01:04:00,064 --> 01:04:01,200 [WHOOSHING] 1667 01:04:02,068 --> 01:04:03,369 [ZIGGY PANTING] 1668 01:04:06,572 --> 01:04:09,075 Oh, great. Here we go again. 1669 01:04:12,477 --> 01:04:13,712 What the living... 1670 01:04:14,111 --> 01:04:16,914 A full beard. Yeah, of course. Of course, I've got a full beard, yeah. 1671 01:04:16,916 --> 01:04:18,117 That's where I am now. 1672 01:04:19,718 --> 01:04:21,654 - Fucking Castaway. - [ZIGGY BARKING] 1673 01:04:26,724 --> 01:04:28,691 Is that a fucking chocolate bar on a dog beach? 1674 01:04:28,693 --> 01:04:31,530 I mean, people are animals, honestly. Chocolate kills dogs! 1675 01:04:32,965 --> 01:04:33,900 Kills em! 1676 01:04:35,200 --> 01:04:36,702 What's wrong with people, honestly? 1677 01:04:38,871 --> 01:04:40,006 Kills em. 1678 01:04:42,240 --> 01:04:43,242 "Contains peanuts"? 1679 01:04:49,947 --> 01:04:51,182 I mean, I might as well. 1680 01:04:54,885 --> 01:04:56,721 Only a matter of time now, isn't it, so... 1681 01:05:11,302 --> 01:05:12,804 - TALLULAH: What's the matter? - Huh? 1682 01:05:15,573 --> 01:05:16,474 Nothing. 1683 01:05:21,012 --> 01:05:22,077 All right? 1684 01:05:22,079 --> 01:05:24,079 - Are you sad? - Am I sad? No, I'm not... 1685 01:05:24,081 --> 01:05:26,416 I mean, y... yeah, I am a little bit actually, 1686 01:05:26,418 --> 01:05:27,887 not that it's any of your business. 1687 01:05:28,454 --> 01:05:29,354 Why? 1688 01:05:29,988 --> 01:05:33,158 Why am I sad? Well, I'm sad because life sucks. That's why. 1689 01:05:33,624 --> 01:05:35,193 - Why? - I don't know, it just does. 1690 01:05:36,628 --> 01:05:39,162 - Are you angry with me? - Am I angry with you? 1691 01:05:39,164 --> 01:05:41,698 I... I don't... I mean, why would... why would I be angry with you? 1692 01:05:41,700 --> 01:05:44,100 I've never even... never even met... Where's your parents? 1693 01:05:44,102 --> 01:05:46,169 TALLULAH: Mummy's shopping. It's Daddy's day. 1694 01:05:46,171 --> 01:05:48,939 All right, no offence, kid, but your dad sounds like a bit of a deadbeat. 1695 01:05:48,941 --> 01:05:50,474 I mean, leaving you alone on a beach. 1696 01:05:50,476 --> 01:05:51,776 Where... where is he? 1697 01:05:53,044 --> 01:05:54,447 [CHUCKLES] 1698 01:05:56,014 --> 01:05:57,015 Tallulah? 1699 01:05:58,950 --> 01:06:00,119 Wow, look at you. 1700 01:06:01,787 --> 01:06:02,688 Gosh. 1701 01:06:03,488 --> 01:06:04,489 You've gotten big. 1702 01:06:04,822 --> 01:06:06,523 - No, I haven't. - You have. 1703 01:06:06,525 --> 01:06:09,193 You used to be like this big, right? And now you're like this big. 1704 01:06:09,660 --> 01:06:12,162 [CHUCKLES] That's impossible. 1705 01:06:12,164 --> 01:06:13,999 I know. You would think so. 1706 01:06:15,700 --> 01:06:16,836 [DOG BARKING] 1707 01:06:18,938 --> 01:06:20,206 I see your mother in you. 1708 01:06:21,139 --> 01:06:22,373 You're both so beautiful. 1709 01:06:22,640 --> 01:06:24,843 Mummy says that I have your eyes. 1710 01:06:25,242 --> 01:06:27,376 That your eyes are the most beautiful eyes 1711 01:06:27,378 --> 01:06:29,681 - in the whole wide world. - Did she say that? 1712 01:06:30,615 --> 01:06:31,516 Really? 1713 01:06:33,385 --> 01:06:34,653 How old are you now? 1714 01:06:35,052 --> 01:06:36,554 - Eight, almost. - Are you? 1715 01:06:37,622 --> 01:06:38,624 Time flies. 1716 01:06:40,959 --> 01:06:42,828 - How old are you, Daddy? - I'm... 1717 01:06:43,727 --> 01:06:45,063 Wow, I don't even know anymore. 1718 01:06:46,865 --> 01:06:48,667 - TALLULAH: Are you old? - [CHUCKLES] Yeah. 1719 01:06:49,101 --> 01:06:50,267 Yeah, I'm old. 1720 01:06:50,269 --> 01:06:51,934 - Am I old? - TEDDY: Nah, you're not old. 1721 01:06:51,936 --> 01:06:53,003 You're young. 1722 01:06:53,005 --> 01:06:54,403 Which is the most wonderful thing 1723 01:06:54,405 --> 01:06:56,071 in the entire world, let me tell you. 1724 01:06:56,073 --> 01:06:57,876 It just goes past too quickly. So... 1725 01:06:58,642 --> 01:07:01,144 I want you to, uh, I want you to promise me something, all right? 1726 01:07:01,146 --> 01:07:03,113 Just in case I don't see you again for a while. 1727 01:07:03,115 --> 01:07:04,914 I want you, all right listen to me, 1728 01:07:04,916 --> 01:07:06,885 to do anything you want in your life, right? 1729 01:07:07,352 --> 01:07:10,053 So, if you wanna be, uh, an astronaut. 1730 01:07:10,055 --> 01:07:11,854 Or the Prime Minister or an actress... 1731 01:07:11,856 --> 01:07:13,689 - I wanna be a unicorn. - You wanna be a unicorn? 1732 01:07:13,691 --> 01:07:15,593 All right, fantastic. Do it. Live your truth. 1733 01:07:15,927 --> 01:07:18,030 Do everything and anything that you want. 1734 01:07:19,064 --> 01:07:23,135 But just don't waste a second of it, okay? 1735 01:07:24,235 --> 01:07:25,667 Now you can promise. 1736 01:07:25,669 --> 01:07:27,437 - I promise. - All right, great. 1737 01:07:27,439 --> 01:07:29,606 [CHUCKLES] I need to pee. 1738 01:07:29,608 --> 01:07:30,809 - Do ya? - Yeah. 1739 01:07:31,642 --> 01:07:33,510 All right then, well, let me get you home. 1740 01:07:33,512 --> 01:07:34,845 Do you wanna hear something funny? 1741 01:07:34,847 --> 01:07:36,314 - Yeah. - I haven't peed... 1742 01:07:36,715 --> 01:07:39,582 - for, like, eight years. - [TALLULAH CHUCKLING] 1743 01:07:39,584 --> 01:07:41,117 That's impossible. 1744 01:07:41,119 --> 01:07:43,055 I know. You would think so. 1745 01:07:51,296 --> 01:07:53,696 - I'm gonna get this. I'm gonna get him... - [ZIGGY WHIMPERS] 1746 01:07:53,698 --> 01:07:55,966 ...a saddle, so you can ride him. 1747 01:07:55,968 --> 01:07:57,168 Like the Queen. 1748 01:07:57,267 --> 01:07:59,434 Do you think that's possible? Go on, then. He... he's off. 1749 01:07:59,436 --> 01:08:01,070 - Yeah. - You could be riding him right now. 1750 01:08:01,072 --> 01:08:03,475 - [CHUCKLES] You're funny. - TEDDY: Oh, really? 1751 01:08:04,675 --> 01:08:06,276 What's the funniest thing I've ever said? 1752 01:08:06,278 --> 01:08:07,410 Uh. 1753 01:08:07,412 --> 01:08:09,044 When you said that mashed potato 1754 01:08:09,046 --> 01:08:10,882 - was ghost poop. - [STUTTERS] 1755 01:08:11,150 --> 01:08:12,852 - I suppose you had to be there. - [CHUCKLES] 1756 01:08:14,285 --> 01:08:15,621 Can I ask you something, Lulu? 1757 01:08:17,423 --> 01:08:18,756 Am I a good dad? 1758 01:08:19,089 --> 01:08:20,791 - Yep. - Really? 1759 01:08:21,293 --> 01:08:23,659 Come on, I can take a little bit of constructive criticism. 1760 01:08:23,661 --> 01:08:25,796 How could I improve? What do you think? 1761 01:08:25,798 --> 01:08:27,129 TALLULAH: Mm. 1762 01:08:27,131 --> 01:08:29,101 - [LIPS SMACKING] More ice cream. - Fine. Easy. 1763 01:08:29,468 --> 01:08:31,370 As much as you want, whenever you want it. 1764 01:08:32,170 --> 01:08:34,270 - What else? - Um. 1765 01:08:34,272 --> 01:08:36,172 - More Poony-choos. - More Poony-choos? 1766 01:08:36,174 --> 01:08:37,774 I don't know what Poony-choos are, 1767 01:08:37,776 --> 01:08:40,443 but I'm presuming they're some sort of futuristic toy thing. 1768 01:08:40,445 --> 01:08:42,281 Sure! You can have 'em. 1769 01:08:43,147 --> 01:08:45,315 This is easy. Come on, what else? 1770 01:08:45,317 --> 01:08:47,920 Um. More time. 1771 01:08:50,155 --> 01:08:51,387 More time? 1772 01:08:51,389 --> 01:08:52,654 More time with you. 1773 01:08:52,656 --> 01:08:54,659 I don't get to see you a lot of the time. 1774 01:08:54,960 --> 01:08:56,195 You're so busy. 1775 01:08:56,795 --> 01:08:59,131 That is the most important one isn't it, hmm? 1776 01:09:00,131 --> 01:09:01,000 More time? 1777 01:09:02,000 --> 01:09:03,632 - There she is. - Good girl. 1778 01:09:03,634 --> 01:09:05,468 Hi, sweetheart. Did you have fun with Daddy? 1779 01:09:05,470 --> 01:09:08,303 Yeah, I was making him feel better. He was sad. 1780 01:09:08,305 --> 01:09:09,538 - Oh. - Oi, don't... 1781 01:09:09,540 --> 01:09:10,774 don't listen to her. She's drunk... 1782 01:09:10,776 --> 01:09:11,908 - All right. Okay. - ...again, all right? 1783 01:09:11,910 --> 01:09:13,110 Go inside. Get ready for afternoon tea. 1784 01:09:13,112 --> 01:09:14,310 Can I play with my Poony-choos... 1785 01:09:14,312 --> 01:09:15,678 - No! - ...before I get ready? 1786 01:09:15,680 --> 01:09:17,547 Lulu, no. You know what happened last time. No more. 1787 01:09:17,549 --> 01:09:18,981 Those things, they just drive me crazy. 1788 01:09:18,983 --> 01:09:20,550 What are they? What... what are P... poony-choos? 1789 01:09:20,552 --> 01:09:22,084 - [LEANNE SIGHS] - TALLULAH: Bye, Daddy. 1790 01:09:22,086 --> 01:09:23,587 Oh, no, listen babe, before you go. 1791 01:09:23,589 --> 01:09:26,256 Um. I know we don't know each other very well 1792 01:09:26,258 --> 01:09:28,591 and I don't know if I say this often or not, 1793 01:09:28,593 --> 01:09:30,528 I don't know but I love you, okay? 1794 01:09:30,829 --> 01:09:33,195 - I love you too, Daddy. - Really? I love ya. 1795 01:09:33,197 --> 01:09:34,830 - I love you. - [CHUCKLES] Come here. 1796 01:09:34,832 --> 01:09:37,402 - [CHUCKLES] - Good girl. [CHUCKLES] 1797 01:09:38,704 --> 01:09:39,871 Good girl. All right. 1798 01:09:42,875 --> 01:09:44,306 - Hell of a kid. - Yeah, I know. 1799 01:09:44,308 --> 01:09:46,141 Do you know what she wants to be when she's older? 1800 01:09:46,143 --> 01:09:47,209 - A unicorn, I know. - Yep. 1801 01:09:47,211 --> 01:09:48,211 - [CHUCKLES] - Do you know what? 1802 01:09:48,213 --> 01:09:49,645 She might just pull it off. You never know. 1803 01:09:49,647 --> 01:09:50,648 [CHUCKLES] 1804 01:09:52,017 --> 01:09:53,885 - Why are you sad? - What? 1805 01:09:54,352 --> 01:09:56,088 It doesn't... doesn't matter. 1806 01:09:58,456 --> 01:10:00,457 Look at you. I mean, you're unreal. 1807 01:10:00,759 --> 01:10:02,190 How can... Look at... You don't age! 1808 01:10:02,192 --> 01:10:03,827 You got... you got a painting in the attic? 1809 01:10:03,829 --> 01:10:05,030 I mean, what's going on? 1810 01:10:05,563 --> 01:10:06,997 - Huh? - You look good. 1811 01:10:06,999 --> 01:10:08,900 You're looking good, too. You've lost some weight. 1812 01:10:09,166 --> 01:10:10,367 - Have I? - Yeah. 1813 01:10:10,735 --> 01:10:12,537 Oh. Yeah, I suppose I have. 1814 01:10:13,304 --> 01:10:15,172 Maybe I'm finally getting my shit together. 1815 01:10:15,174 --> 01:10:16,840 - Who knows, eh? - I'm still... I'm still not sure 1816 01:10:16,842 --> 01:10:18,909 - about this beard, though. - What, you don't like the beard? 1817 01:10:18,911 --> 01:10:20,546 I thought you liked beards, 'cause... 1818 01:10:22,246 --> 01:10:23,346 Consider it gone. I'll get rid of it. 1819 01:10:23,348 --> 01:10:24,312 - How is old Pat... - Right. 1820 01:10:24,314 --> 01:10:25,681 - ...speaking of beards? - He's fine. 1821 01:10:25,683 --> 01:10:26,749 - Is he? - Yeah. 1822 01:10:26,751 --> 01:10:27,751 Just fine? 1823 01:10:27,753 --> 01:10:28,719 - Teddy. - What? 1824 01:10:29,086 --> 01:10:30,654 No, I'm asking for a friend. Come on. 1825 01:10:30,656 --> 01:10:33,757 All right, well, if you must know, we're having some problems. 1826 01:10:33,759 --> 01:10:35,658 Having a few problems. Very sorry to hear that. 1827 01:10:35,660 --> 01:10:36,793 - Yeah, I bet. - I am. 1828 01:10:36,795 --> 01:10:38,328 I was really rooting for you guys. 1829 01:10:38,330 --> 01:10:39,595 - I'm going now. Okay. - Look at me. 1830 01:10:39,597 --> 01:10:41,400 Look... look at me in the eye. I'm telling the truth. 1831 01:10:42,668 --> 01:10:44,969 The most beautiful eyes in the whole wide world. 1832 01:10:47,039 --> 01:10:49,073 - Goodbye, Teddy. - See ya, Leanne. 1833 01:10:58,349 --> 01:10:59,450 Oh, wait a second. Leanne! 1834 01:11:02,454 --> 01:11:04,657 Leanne! Happy anniversary. 1835 01:11:07,592 --> 01:11:08,594 Leanne. 1836 01:11:14,665 --> 01:11:18,336 - Leanne? - [WHOOSHING] 1837 01:11:21,639 --> 01:11:22,941 [EXHALES] 1838 01:11:23,206 --> 01:11:25,609 Glasses? You... you think after all the shit I've been through, 1839 01:11:25,611 --> 01:11:27,146 I'm worried about glasses? Please. 1840 01:11:27,812 --> 01:11:28,813 Whatever. 1841 01:11:34,152 --> 01:11:35,454 [DOORBELL DINGING] 1842 01:11:36,454 --> 01:11:37,456 Leanne! 1843 01:11:41,992 --> 01:11:43,495 Well, what now? I mean, what... 1844 01:11:45,630 --> 01:11:46,564 Call Sam. 1845 01:11:49,733 --> 01:11:50,835 What the fuck is that? 1846 01:11:51,370 --> 01:11:52,371 That is rid... 1847 01:11:54,138 --> 01:11:56,506 - [CELL PHONE BEEPING] - How do I unlock this thing? 1848 01:11:56,508 --> 01:11:58,410 - [CELL PHONE BEEPS] - Okay. Fair enough. 1849 01:11:59,010 --> 01:12:00,010 Call Sam. 1850 01:12:00,512 --> 01:12:02,346 - [ENGAGED TONE RINGING] - OPERATOR: We're sorry, 1851 01:12:02,348 --> 01:12:04,413 the number you have called has been disconnected. 1852 01:12:04,415 --> 01:12:05,782 - Please, check... - [CELL PHONE BEEPS] 1853 01:12:05,784 --> 01:12:06,785 Call Sam. 1854 01:12:07,085 --> 01:12:09,052 - [ENGAGED TONE RINGING] - Don't you fucking dare. 1855 01:12:09,054 --> 01:12:10,288 OPERATOR: ...the number you have 1856 01:12:10,522 --> 01:12:12,591 Call. Call Sam. 1857 01:12:13,325 --> 01:12:15,359 - [ENGAGED TONE RINGING] - OPERATOR: We're sorry, 1858 01:12:15,361 --> 01:12:17,293 the number you have called has been disconnected. 1859 01:12:17,295 --> 01:12:19,564 Please check the number before calling again. 1860 01:13:04,776 --> 01:13:06,044 You said fifty more years. 1861 01:13:08,813 --> 01:13:10,814 I said to you, "Will you still be here next year?" 1862 01:13:10,816 --> 01:13:12,949 And you said, "Yeah, I'll be here for fifty more years." 1863 01:13:12,951 --> 01:13:15,554 So, why would you say something like that if it wasn't true? Huh? 1864 01:13:20,625 --> 01:13:21,627 Fuck, Sam! 1865 01:13:25,930 --> 01:13:27,965 I didn't even get to say goodbye to you. I mean, I... 1866 01:13:29,366 --> 01:13:30,867 I don't know, maybe I did. I don't know. 1867 01:13:30,869 --> 01:13:33,071 I've been so wrapped up in my own fucking shit that I... 1868 01:13:36,840 --> 01:13:39,042 Just wish I could spend another year with you, you know? 1869 01:13:39,044 --> 01:13:40,746 Another... Another day. Another... 1870 01:13:43,247 --> 01:13:44,383 few minutes. I mean... 1871 01:13:50,421 --> 01:13:51,756 Don't worry, I'm here now. 1872 01:13:53,759 --> 01:13:55,324 And I'm just gonna wait for you, okay? 1873 01:13:55,326 --> 01:13:57,061 Because what else am I gonna do? So, I'll... 1874 01:13:58,662 --> 01:13:59,697 I'll see you soon. 1875 01:14:00,764 --> 01:14:01,933 Won't be long now, mate. 1876 01:14:07,673 --> 01:14:09,340 There's never enough time, is there? 1877 01:14:10,008 --> 01:14:13,010 Uh. Well, no, actually, not for me. No. 1878 01:14:13,644 --> 01:14:15,078 - How's it going? - It's okay. 1879 01:14:15,080 --> 01:14:17,883 You know, I'm... I'm in a graveyard, so it's not... it's not great. 1880 01:14:18,715 --> 01:14:20,250 I find graveyards uplifting. 1881 01:14:20,485 --> 01:14:22,185 They remind me how precious life is. 1882 01:14:22,187 --> 01:14:23,785 Yeah? Lovely. Good for you. 1883 01:14:23,787 --> 01:14:25,022 You should write a book about it. 1884 01:14:25,857 --> 01:14:27,192 Not that I'll have time to read it. 1885 01:14:27,526 --> 01:14:30,162 It's good to see you again. It's been a while. 1886 01:14:30,829 --> 01:14:33,631 For me, anyway. I'm guessing not so much for you. 1887 01:14:40,871 --> 01:14:42,173 Do you know what's happening to me? 1888 01:14:42,639 --> 01:14:44,275 That your life's moving too fast? 1889 01:14:44,976 --> 01:14:46,577 That every few minutes is another year? 1890 01:14:48,213 --> 01:14:49,281 How do you know that? 1891 01:14:50,848 --> 01:14:52,515 Because I gave it to you. 1892 01:14:52,517 --> 01:14:53,885 That was my wedding present. 1893 01:14:55,887 --> 01:14:56,889 You... 1894 01:14:58,522 --> 01:15:01,360 - You... You did this to me? How? - [CHUCKLES] 1895 01:15:02,660 --> 01:15:04,796 - I don't know how it works. - Can you make it stop, please? 1896 01:15:05,129 --> 01:15:07,163 - I can't make it stop. - Well, hang on, so you... 1897 01:15:07,165 --> 01:15:08,664 so you don't know how... how it works 1898 01:15:08,666 --> 01:15:11,167 and you can't make it stop. Why... Why did you do this to me? 1899 01:15:11,169 --> 01:15:12,868 - What have I ever done to you? - Don't you like it? 1900 01:15:12,870 --> 01:15:14,636 No, I don't like it. It's ruined my life! 1901 01:15:14,638 --> 01:15:16,039 If your life's ruined... 1902 01:15:16,439 --> 01:15:17,841 it's because you ruined it. 1903 01:15:17,843 --> 01:15:19,575 The gift doesn't change your life, 1904 01:15:19,577 --> 01:15:21,677 it just lets you see it, sped up. 1905 01:15:21,679 --> 01:15:24,613 How can you call this a gift? This isn't a gift. This is... this is a curse. 1906 01:15:24,615 --> 01:15:26,184 Yeah, well, it feels like that sometimes. 1907 01:15:26,884 --> 01:15:28,387 How would you know, huh? 1908 01:15:30,321 --> 01:15:32,422 [SCOFFS] Many, many years ago... 1909 01:15:32,424 --> 01:15:34,090 Oh, God, this sounds like it's gonna be quite a long story 1910 01:15:34,092 --> 01:15:36,525 - and to be honest, I'm not in the mood for a long story... - I was about to marry 1911 01:15:36,527 --> 01:15:38,127 - a good man. - You want me to follow you? 1912 01:15:38,129 --> 01:15:39,962 Is that what's happening right now, yeah? Yeah. 1913 01:15:39,964 --> 01:15:41,265 - But before I got married - Yep? 1914 01:15:41,732 --> 01:15:42,900 I met a stranger. 1915 01:15:43,867 --> 01:15:47,738 Someone who saw something in me the way I saw something in you. 1916 01:15:48,872 --> 01:15:51,343 And that stranger gave me this gift, or this curse, 1917 01:15:51,675 --> 01:15:52,943 whatever you wanna call it. 1918 01:15:53,411 --> 01:15:56,247 And thanks to that gift, I never married that man. 1919 01:15:57,014 --> 01:15:58,615 Oh, why, did... did you marry someone else? 1920 01:15:59,049 --> 01:16:00,048 Well, I couldn't. 1921 01:16:00,050 --> 01:16:02,150 - What, you never loved another man? - Never. 1922 01:16:02,152 --> 01:16:03,919 But... But hang on, you just said you learnt your lesson. 1923 01:16:03,921 --> 01:16:05,654 I mean, what's the point of life if... if you're not gonna 1924 01:16:05,656 --> 01:16:07,189 spend it love... loving someone else? I mean... 1925 01:16:07,191 --> 01:16:09,391 - I loved someone else. Deeply. - Now, hang on, but you just 1926 01:16:09,393 --> 01:16:10,928 - said you... - Not a man. 1927 01:16:11,396 --> 01:16:12,930 - [SCOFFS] - Oh. 1928 01:16:13,197 --> 01:16:14,829 Sorry. I didn't mean to assume that you... 1929 01:16:14,831 --> 01:16:17,266 Yeah, okay. Cool, cool. I'm all about that. 1930 01:16:17,268 --> 01:16:18,269 - Thanks. - Yeah. 1931 01:16:18,670 --> 01:16:20,538 Look, I had what you have now. 1932 01:16:21,473 --> 01:16:24,673 The opportunity to see my life, all of it, in snapshots 1933 01:16:24,675 --> 01:16:27,912 and I saw that I was wasting it on a lie, so... 1934 01:16:28,478 --> 01:16:29,747 I never married... 1935 01:16:30,548 --> 01:16:32,080 and I fell in love with an amazing woman 1936 01:16:32,082 --> 01:16:34,119 and we spent the rest of her life together. 1937 01:16:34,986 --> 01:16:36,252 And that's why I come here. 1938 01:16:36,254 --> 01:16:38,453 To tell her that I am not wasting the years 1939 01:16:38,455 --> 01:16:39,823 that she never got to have. 1940 01:16:40,957 --> 01:16:43,827 And I've met another woman now, who's amazing in different ways 1941 01:16:43,829 --> 01:16:45,863 and I love her, too. 1942 01:16:46,830 --> 01:16:49,834 Because as long as I'm up here and not down there, 1943 01:16:50,936 --> 01:16:52,504 I will live life as much as I can. 1944 01:16:53,338 --> 01:16:55,139 That's why I call it a gift. 1945 01:16:57,407 --> 01:16:58,809 So that's why I'm here. 1946 01:16:59,844 --> 01:17:01,142 Why are you here? 1947 01:17:01,144 --> 01:17:02,645 Shouldn't you be out living your life? 1948 01:17:02,647 --> 01:17:03,781 Tick-tock, Teddy. 1949 01:17:04,448 --> 01:17:06,015 Well, it's... it's not as easy as that, is it? 1950 01:17:06,017 --> 01:17:08,685 I mean, there's not... there's not enough time to make things perfect 1951 01:17:08,687 --> 01:17:10,619 but the harder I try the... the worse things are. 1952 01:17:10,621 --> 01:17:12,855 WOMAN: Why would you try to make everything perfect? 1953 01:17:12,857 --> 01:17:14,457 It's life. It's never perfect. 1954 01:17:14,459 --> 01:17:16,260 Because that's what happens in Groundhog Day. 1955 01:17:17,161 --> 01:17:18,994 - What, the... the movie? - Yeah. 1956 01:17:18,996 --> 01:17:21,330 Well, it's got nothing to do with that. I've never even seen it. 1957 01:17:21,332 --> 01:17:23,666 What, you've never seen Groundhog Day? All right, firstly, 1958 01:17:23,668 --> 01:17:25,804 you've got to see it. It's... It's tremendous. And... and... 1959 01:17:26,170 --> 01:17:29,137 If... If... If that's not how you end it, then... then what? 1960 01:17:29,139 --> 01:17:31,440 - Hmm? - Oh, honey, I thought you had more of a handle on this. 1961 01:17:31,442 --> 01:17:33,008 No, I think I've got a handle on this. 1962 01:17:33,010 --> 01:17:35,343 Yeah, you're some sort of lesbian wizard who's put a curse on me 1963 01:17:35,345 --> 01:17:38,146 and now somehow, I'm gonna die of old age before you do. [LAUGHS] 1964 01:17:38,148 --> 01:17:39,718 - Why are you laughing? - I don't know. 1965 01:17:40,451 --> 01:17:41,452 I don't know. 1966 01:17:43,153 --> 01:17:44,488 I'm actually pretty scared. 1967 01:17:46,357 --> 01:17:47,756 Would you like another go round? 1968 01:17:47,758 --> 01:17:49,027 Well, yeah, that'd be nice. Yeah. 1969 01:17:50,161 --> 01:17:52,197 - When I was a little girl... - Another story, lovely. 1970 01:17:52,996 --> 01:17:55,431 We didn't have any of this fancy stuff they have today. 1971 01:17:55,433 --> 01:17:57,934 No Poony-choos or anything like that. 1972 01:17:57,936 --> 01:17:59,668 God, what are Poony-choos? 1973 01:17:59,670 --> 01:18:01,404 My brother and I would go down to the park 1974 01:18:01,406 --> 01:18:02,741 and we'd stand really far apart 1975 01:18:03,308 --> 01:18:05,641 but stay connected by string. 1976 01:18:05,643 --> 01:18:07,078 We could talk to each other that way. 1977 01:18:07,878 --> 01:18:09,479 We were so far away, and yet it was like 1978 01:18:09,481 --> 01:18:11,282 we could cross this great distance 1979 01:18:11,682 --> 01:18:13,483 with that string. [CHUCKLES] 1980 01:18:14,251 --> 01:18:16,687 Travel to a different time and place. 1981 01:18:17,722 --> 01:18:19,855 [CHUCKLES] Sounds like what you want to do, right? 1982 01:18:19,857 --> 01:18:21,893 - Something like that, yeah. - Hold that for me. 1983 01:18:27,765 --> 01:18:29,101 Can you pop it in for me? 1984 01:18:32,937 --> 01:18:34,503 And on either end of that string, 1985 01:18:34,505 --> 01:18:36,407 do you know what we would talk into? 1986 01:18:36,907 --> 01:18:37,909 No. 1987 01:18:38,710 --> 01:18:39,745 A tin can. 1988 01:19:19,317 --> 01:19:21,417 - Teddy, Lulu's at school if you... - Hiya. Can I come in? 1989 01:19:21,419 --> 01:19:23,252 - Can I come in quickly? - Uh. Yeah. What's wrong? 1990 01:19:23,254 --> 01:19:25,320 Uh. Do you remember, um, do you remember... do you remember all that stuff 1991 01:19:25,322 --> 01:19:27,556 from the wedding that we got that we didn't use or... or like or whatever, 1992 01:19:27,558 --> 01:19:29,257 have you... have you... have you still got that? 1993 01:19:29,259 --> 01:19:30,860 - Yeah, I think so. - Great. 1994 01:19:30,862 --> 01:19:32,861 - Why? What are you looking for? - Can I have a look? 1995 01:19:32,863 --> 01:19:34,529 Um. Look, I'll... I'll know when I find it. 1996 01:19:34,531 --> 01:19:36,431 But don't worry, I won't be here long, all right? 1997 01:19:36,433 --> 01:19:38,102 I'll leave you and Patrick to it soon enough. 1998 01:19:38,769 --> 01:19:41,738 Uh. Actually, um, I've been meaning to tell you. 1999 01:19:42,305 --> 01:19:44,108 Uh. Patrick and I broke up. 2000 01:19:45,210 --> 01:19:46,378 - Really? - Yeah. 2001 01:19:47,646 --> 01:19:48,847 Why? What happened? 2002 01:19:49,446 --> 01:19:52,483 Uh. [EXHALES] He, uh... 2003 01:19:52,884 --> 01:19:55,351 Please don't read anything into this but... 2004 01:19:55,353 --> 01:19:57,151 - Go on. - Um... 2005 01:19:57,153 --> 01:19:59,890 [CHUCKLES] He thought I was still in love with you. 2006 01:20:01,159 --> 01:20:02,160 Did he? 2007 01:20:05,028 --> 01:20:06,663 Fucking hell, a lot of memories in here. 2008 01:20:06,665 --> 01:20:08,300 Yeah. Good and bad. 2009 01:20:09,133 --> 01:20:10,800 All right, well, tell me about the good. 2010 01:20:10,802 --> 01:20:12,801 I mean, I've been... I've been so focused on the bad 2011 01:20:12,803 --> 01:20:15,003 that I've never... I've never actually asked you about the good. 2012 01:20:15,005 --> 01:20:17,806 Like what... what are your best memories of our marriage? 2013 01:20:17,808 --> 01:20:19,708 God, that feels like a really long time ago. 2014 01:20:19,710 --> 01:20:22,313 Leanne, come on, come on, humor me. Just tell me a few. 2015 01:20:23,048 --> 01:20:25,450 - Well, like, how many is a few? - I don't know. Like... 2016 01:20:27,251 --> 01:20:28,318 - Ten. - Ten? 2017 01:20:28,552 --> 01:20:29,454 Yeah. 2018 01:20:31,055 --> 01:20:32,689 All right. Um... 2019 01:20:33,323 --> 01:20:37,726 Well, I always smile when I think about how you kept 2020 01:20:37,728 --> 01:20:39,928 apologizing to my belly when we had sex 2021 01:20:39,930 --> 01:20:41,163 - while I was pregnant. - [CHUCKLES] Yeah, 2022 01:20:41,165 --> 01:20:42,631 that... that does sound like something 2023 01:20:42,633 --> 01:20:44,300 - I'd do. - Yeah, yeah. And do you remember 2024 01:20:44,302 --> 01:20:47,035 that time I finally beat you at Scrabble and you got really angry? 2025 01:20:47,037 --> 01:20:48,439 No. I probably let you win. 2026 01:20:50,907 --> 01:20:53,242 Oh, I don't know, sometimes I think 2027 01:20:53,244 --> 01:20:55,910 about how you'd sing to Tallulah to stop her crying, 2028 01:20:55,912 --> 01:20:57,682 even though it, kind of, made her cry more. 2029 01:20:58,683 --> 01:21:00,550 Or how you'd always talk in your sleep 2030 01:21:00,552 --> 01:21:02,187 after you drank red wine. 2031 01:21:03,220 --> 01:21:04,289 [LAUGHS] Oh, my God. 2032 01:21:04,888 --> 01:21:06,355 - Uh. Oh, my God. - What? 2033 01:21:06,357 --> 01:21:07,556 Do you remember that... 2034 01:21:07,558 --> 01:21:09,292 do you remember that time you had that edible 2035 01:21:09,294 --> 01:21:12,197 and you made me take you to the hospital? [LAUGHS] 2036 01:21:15,499 --> 01:21:18,734 [SIGHS] When we fell asleep on that train 2037 01:21:18,736 --> 01:21:21,971 and ended up spending the night at that motel with the bed bugs? 2038 01:21:21,973 --> 01:21:23,140 Do you remember? And we... 2039 01:21:24,442 --> 01:21:25,744 we slept on the floor. 2040 01:21:27,312 --> 01:21:28,546 I loved that night. 2041 01:21:30,314 --> 01:21:31,913 Or the time you said you loved my soup 2042 01:21:31,915 --> 01:21:33,951 even though I accidentally put sunscreen in it. 2043 01:21:36,420 --> 01:21:37,986 I miss the way you'd kiss my eyelids 2044 01:21:37,988 --> 01:21:39,124 when I had a headache. 2045 01:21:41,259 --> 01:21:43,228 I miss brushing my teeth next to you. 2046 01:21:49,099 --> 01:21:50,267 That was only nine. 2047 01:21:52,702 --> 01:21:54,406 I miss doing nothing with you. 2048 01:22:04,115 --> 01:22:06,418 [CHUCKLES] Did you find it? 2049 01:22:08,751 --> 01:22:10,187 Yeah, I found it a while ago. 2050 01:22:13,323 --> 01:22:15,557 "Do not open for ten years." Do you remember that? 2051 01:22:15,559 --> 01:22:16,660 - No. - Okay. 2052 01:22:16,960 --> 01:22:19,930 So, uh, you've got paper. 2053 01:22:21,165 --> 01:22:22,100 Cotton. 2054 01:22:22,933 --> 01:22:23,934 Leather. 2055 01:22:25,570 --> 01:22:27,638 - Fruit. - Wood. Wood. 2056 01:22:28,138 --> 01:22:29,341 - Something sweet. - Yeah. 2057 01:22:30,006 --> 01:22:31,140 - Wool. - Yeah. 2058 01:22:31,142 --> 01:22:33,144 - Um. Bronze. - Yep. 2059 01:22:33,478 --> 01:22:34,813 - Pottery. - Pottery? [MUMBLES] 2060 01:22:35,112 --> 01:22:36,347 Do you know what this year is? 2061 01:22:37,514 --> 01:22:38,816 I think I've got a good idea, yeah. 2062 01:22:40,116 --> 01:22:42,486 It's, uh, it's tin. 2063 01:22:48,459 --> 01:22:49,461 Happy anniversary. 2064 01:22:51,595 --> 01:22:53,831 - Is this for me? [CHUCKLES] - I think it is, yeah. 2065 01:22:54,965 --> 01:22:56,066 You finally remembered. 2066 01:22:56,701 --> 01:22:59,368 - Oh, what's in it? - I don't know, you've got to open it up. 2067 01:22:59,370 --> 01:23:01,002 Have you got a can opener? I mean, do they 2068 01:23:01,004 --> 01:23:02,770 - still exist? Can openers? - Yeah. 2069 01:23:02,772 --> 01:23:04,041 - Can opener. - There you go. 2070 01:23:05,844 --> 01:23:07,412 All right. Um. 2071 01:23:14,085 --> 01:23:16,021 [CHUCKLES] 2072 01:23:22,092 --> 01:23:23,327 What? What is it? 2073 01:23:24,027 --> 01:23:25,262 How did you do that? 2074 01:23:30,534 --> 01:23:32,570 That's... That's impossible. 2075 01:23:39,543 --> 01:23:40,545 How? I... 2076 01:23:41,812 --> 01:23:43,379 - I don't understand. - I think I do. 2077 01:23:43,680 --> 01:23:46,183 I think I finally understand. Why... What are we doing? 2078 01:23:46,416 --> 01:23:47,419 What? 2079 01:23:48,686 --> 01:23:49,853 Why aren't we together? 2080 01:23:50,521 --> 01:23:51,723 Lots of reasons. We... 2081 01:23:52,022 --> 01:23:53,821 - had problems. - Yeah, sure, we had problems. 2082 01:23:53,823 --> 01:23:56,061 But now? Like, why... why aren't we together? 2083 01:23:56,427 --> 01:23:57,394 Now? 2084 01:23:57,995 --> 01:24:00,261 - It's more complicated than that, Teddy. - It's not really. It isn't. 2085 01:24:00,263 --> 01:24:02,032 It isn't. I think it's very simple. 2086 01:24:03,334 --> 01:24:04,335 I love you. 2087 01:24:04,936 --> 01:24:06,101 - I love you... - I love you. 2088 01:24:06,103 --> 01:24:08,738 I love you too, but it's not that simple, Teddy. 2089 01:24:08,740 --> 01:24:09,773 No, listen, listen. 2090 01:24:10,107 --> 01:24:12,341 Listen, we've always done things backwards, haven't we, right? 2091 01:24:12,343 --> 01:24:13,878 So, I kissed you, and then I met you. 2092 01:24:15,713 --> 01:24:17,282 And then that kiss nearly killed me. 2093 01:24:18,381 --> 01:24:21,686 But not kissing you would have been so much worse. 2094 01:24:22,753 --> 01:24:23,921 So, what are we waiting for? 2095 01:24:24,488 --> 01:24:25,490 We have love. 2096 01:24:26,122 --> 01:24:27,125 We have a history. 2097 01:24:28,125 --> 01:24:29,026 We have a great kid. 2098 01:24:29,326 --> 01:24:31,459 And we still have time, okay? 2099 01:24:31,461 --> 01:24:33,298 And that time is running out so fast. 2100 01:24:34,331 --> 01:24:35,799 Believe me, Leanne, 2101 01:24:36,032 --> 01:24:38,236 it is running out so fast. 2102 01:24:43,339 --> 01:24:45,507 Every second that... that you wait is a second 2103 01:24:45,509 --> 01:24:46,878 that you will never get back. 2104 01:24:48,245 --> 01:24:51,949 So how many more seconds of this crazy, short life... 2105 01:24:53,918 --> 01:24:55,152 are you willing to waste? 2106 01:24:56,888 --> 01:24:57,889 I don't know. 2107 01:24:58,790 --> 01:24:59,791 Ten? 2108 01:25:00,357 --> 01:25:01,291 All right. 2109 01:25:02,358 --> 01:25:03,428 Your time... 2110 01:25:04,929 --> 01:25:05,897 starts... 2111 01:25:07,197 --> 01:25:08,265 now. 2112 01:25:19,943 --> 01:25:22,213 Wait. That was only nine. 2113 01:25:28,219 --> 01:25:30,418 ♪ May I have this dance ♪ 2114 01:25:30,420 --> 01:25:32,656 ♪ To make it up to you ♪ 2115 01:25:33,691 --> 01:25:35,958 ♪ Can I say something crazy? ♪ 2116 01:25:35,960 --> 01:25:37,828 ♪ I love you ♪ 2117 01:25:38,795 --> 01:25:41,566 ♪ Give me one more chance Give me one more chance ♪ 2118 01:25:42,131 --> 01:25:43,535 ♪ Give me one more ♪ 2119 01:25:44,468 --> 01:25:48,673 ♪ Let me spin and excite you ♪ 2120 01:25:52,009 --> 01:25:54,044 ♪ You got your ♪ 2121 01:25:54,945 --> 01:25:57,046 ♪ Your mother's eyes ♪ 2122 01:25:57,313 --> 01:25:59,249 ♪ You got your ♪ 2123 01:26:00,183 --> 01:26:02,751 ♪ Grandmother's ring ♪ 2124 01:26:02,753 --> 01:26:07,392 ♪ You got Your daddy's discernment ♪ 2125 01:26:08,058 --> 01:26:10,993 ♪ Oh, you did your thing ♪ 2126 01:26:10,995 --> 01:26:14,432 [WHOOSHING] 2127 01:26:23,907 --> 01:26:25,740 LEANNE: First morning as a married man, huh? 2128 01:26:25,742 --> 01:26:26,878 How do you feel? 2129 01:26:29,746 --> 01:26:32,150 I made mimosa! 2130 01:26:33,250 --> 01:26:35,619 Wow, you really like mimosas, huh? 2131 01:26:37,888 --> 01:26:38,889 Hi. 2132 01:26:40,924 --> 01:26:43,227 - Morning. - Where's my... where's my laptop? 2133 01:26:44,594 --> 01:26:45,796 What are you doing? 2134 01:26:46,562 --> 01:26:47,564 Okay, I'm gonna... 2135 01:26:48,633 --> 01:26:51,199 - [LAPTOP KEYS CLACKING] - Teddy, what are you doing? 2136 01:26:51,201 --> 01:26:54,302 I am gonna just book our honeymoon. 2137 01:26:54,304 --> 01:26:56,172 You're kidding me. Where are we going? 2138 01:26:56,174 --> 01:26:58,006 - Do you care? Huh? - No. 2139 01:26:58,008 --> 01:26:59,441 - [CHUCKLES] - [CHUCKLES] Okay, 2140 01:26:59,443 --> 01:27:02,410 where's my phone? There it is. [GRUNTS] Okay, right. 2141 01:27:02,412 --> 01:27:03,945 - Wow! - Where is it? Where is it? 2142 01:27:03,947 --> 01:27:05,915 - [CELL PHONE BEEPING] - [MUMBLES] B, B, B, B... 2143 01:27:06,483 --> 01:27:08,451 Belinda, hi. Uh, it's Teddy. Listen. 2144 01:27:08,719 --> 01:27:10,418 Listen to me, uh, Belinda. 2145 01:27:10,420 --> 01:27:13,055 This is gonna sound like it's really out of the blue but I quit, okay? 2146 01:27:13,057 --> 01:27:15,092 I quit my job because my heart's not in it, Belinda. 2147 01:27:15,425 --> 01:27:16,891 It never has been, and to be honest, 2148 01:27:16,893 --> 01:27:19,528 I'm not a hundred percent sure or what it is I do exactly, 2149 01:27:19,530 --> 01:27:21,328 - so there you go. I quit. - What are you doing? 2150 01:27:21,330 --> 01:27:22,931 - All right... - We can't... we can't survive 2151 01:27:22,933 --> 01:27:25,100 - on just my income alone. - [PANTS, CLICKS TONGUE] 2152 01:27:25,102 --> 01:27:26,735 - Yeah. - Belinda, I don't quit, 2153 01:27:26,737 --> 01:27:29,104 but I will be taking paid leave immediately, all right? 2154 01:27:29,106 --> 01:27:30,739 And no more overtime, okay? 2155 01:27:30,741 --> 01:27:33,007 And just a heads up, I'm gonna start studying photography 2156 01:27:33,009 --> 01:27:34,342 because it's what I love. 2157 01:27:34,344 --> 01:27:37,913 And Belinda, life is too short to not do what you love doing, 2158 01:27:37,915 --> 01:27:40,585 so there you go. As soon as I find a job doing what I love, 2159 01:27:41,151 --> 01:27:42,351 I quit, all right? 2160 01:27:42,353 --> 01:27:44,453 So, if you... Call me back when you get this message, 2161 01:27:44,455 --> 01:27:46,754 and I hope you're well and love to Peter and the kids. 2162 01:27:46,756 --> 01:27:47,989 All the best. Bye. 2163 01:27:47,991 --> 01:27:48,992 Are you insane? 2164 01:27:50,527 --> 01:27:51,525 Not anymore. 2165 01:27:51,527 --> 01:27:52,961 You were just about to quit your job. 2166 01:27:52,963 --> 01:27:55,896 Yes. So should you, because you fucking hate your job. 2167 01:27:55,898 --> 01:27:58,100 Yeah, and when I come up with a good idea for a novel, 2168 01:27:58,102 --> 01:28:00,235 - I will quit my job. - Right, okay. How about this? 2169 01:28:00,237 --> 01:28:03,672 Um. Right, so a woman meets the perfect guy, right, 2170 01:28:03,674 --> 01:28:05,341 except he's not the perfect guy. 2171 01:28:05,343 --> 01:28:08,810 Turns out that he's actually her subconscious in human form. 2172 01:28:08,812 --> 01:28:11,145 Uh. And then he kidnaps her, it becomes some sort of thriller. 2173 01:28:11,147 --> 01:28:13,114 I don't know, I haven't read it, but there you go. 2174 01:28:13,116 --> 01:28:14,983 - How about that? - Uh. That's a pretty good idea. 2175 01:28:14,985 --> 01:28:16,620 It's yours. No, I mean literally. 2176 01:28:17,120 --> 01:28:18,153 - It's mine? - Literally, 2177 01:28:18,155 --> 01:28:19,687 it's your idea, yeah. 2178 01:28:19,689 --> 01:28:21,824 - Okay. Um... - What are you on this morning? 2179 01:28:21,826 --> 01:28:23,824 - [CELL PHONE BEEPING] - Uh. Right. 2180 01:28:23,826 --> 01:28:25,128 - [DIAL TONE RINGING] - Please. 2181 01:28:25,862 --> 01:28:28,462 - SAM: Hey, man, what's up? - Sam! Hello. [CHUCKLES] 2182 01:28:28,464 --> 01:28:30,733 Hello, mate. It's so good to hear your voice. It's... 2183 01:28:30,735 --> 01:28:33,368 - SAM: What? - It's Teddy. Listen to me. Uh... 2184 01:28:33,370 --> 01:28:34,703 - SAM: What? - Listen to me 2185 01:28:34,705 --> 01:28:36,571 very fucking carefully, all right? Okay. 2186 01:28:36,573 --> 01:28:38,306 You... I want you to put a reminder 2187 01:28:38,308 --> 01:28:40,811 in your phone for tomorrow, okay? 2188 01:28:41,144 --> 01:28:44,512 To... To go to see a doctor for a skin cancer screening. 2189 01:28:44,514 --> 01:28:46,347 Do you hear me? Skin cancer screening, right? 2190 01:28:46,349 --> 01:28:48,485 Then I want you to put... to put a reminder in your phone 2191 01:28:48,719 --> 01:28:50,651 to do the same again the next year and again 2192 01:28:50,653 --> 01:28:52,520 and again and again. And, mate, if you don't go, 2193 01:28:52,522 --> 01:28:54,523 I'm gonna drag you there myself, all right? 2194 01:28:54,525 --> 01:28:57,592 I've just got a bad feeling. Okay? And Sam, listen. 2195 01:28:57,594 --> 01:28:59,296 I love you, okay? 2196 01:28:59,662 --> 01:29:02,898 I know I... That's gonna sound weird, uh, coming from me now 2197 01:29:02,900 --> 01:29:05,734 but I do, I love you. And... and I don't say it enough 2198 01:29:05,736 --> 01:29:07,368 because none of us say it enough, do we? 2199 01:29:07,370 --> 01:29:09,738 - So, there you go. I love you. - SAM: I... I love you too, man. 2200 01:29:09,740 --> 01:29:12,140 Okay? Um. Oh, yeah, one more thing. 2201 01:29:12,142 --> 01:29:13,842 Um. If you... 2202 01:29:13,844 --> 01:29:16,444 When you hear of something called Poony-choos, 2203 01:29:16,446 --> 01:29:19,247 do you hear me, Poony-choos, invest, mate. 2204 01:29:19,249 --> 01:29:20,882 Invest everything you've got, okay? 2205 01:29:20,884 --> 01:29:22,784 - You won't regret it, trust me. - SAM: Poony-choos? 2206 01:29:22,786 --> 01:29:24,854 - All right, mate. - SAM: What the fuck are Poony-choos? 2207 01:29:24,856 --> 01:29:27,023 I'll see you later, okay? Bye-bye. 2208 01:29:27,323 --> 01:29:29,527 Right. Uh. What else? Oh, yeah. 2209 01:29:30,460 --> 01:29:32,694 Uh. Do you remember my, uh, ex-girlfriend? 2210 01:29:32,696 --> 01:29:34,629 - The one from New Year's Eve? - LEANNE: Yeah, yeah, 2211 01:29:34,631 --> 01:29:35,930 she's getting married. Becka. 2212 01:29:35,932 --> 01:29:37,702 - Becka, yes. - LEANNE: Yeah, what about her? 2213 01:29:42,572 --> 01:29:44,541 - Remind me to give her this. - What's that? 2214 01:29:45,643 --> 01:29:46,643 It's a gift. 2215 01:29:47,044 --> 01:29:48,045 - That's all. - Okay. 2216 01:29:48,278 --> 01:29:50,645 Right, I'm gonna, uh, I'm gonna paint this room purple. 2217 01:29:50,647 --> 01:29:51,648 Why? 2218 01:29:53,217 --> 01:29:54,917 How do you feel about the name Tallulah? 2219 01:29:54,919 --> 01:29:57,052 - Ah, I don't love it. - Oh, you will. 2220 01:29:57,054 --> 01:29:59,855 - You will, trust me. You will. - Teddy! Teddy, slow down! 2221 01:29:59,857 --> 01:30:01,655 Yeah? You want me to slow down? Are you crazy? 2222 01:30:01,657 --> 01:30:03,725 - There's so much stuff to do. - But I, kind of, feel like 2223 01:30:03,727 --> 01:30:05,726 - doing nothing with you today. - We're not doing nothing. 2224 01:30:05,728 --> 01:30:07,229 - No? Okay. - Absolutely not, no. 2225 01:30:07,231 --> 01:30:09,064 - Why not? - Because YOLO, that's why. 2226 01:30:09,066 --> 01:30:10,268 - YOLO? - Seriously. 2227 01:30:11,735 --> 01:30:14,935 - Seriously, fucking YOLO. - [LAUGHS] 2228 01:30:14,937 --> 01:30:16,939 Okay. All right, so what are we gonna do 2229 01:30:16,941 --> 01:30:18,205 - instead of nothing? - Everything. 2230 01:30:18,207 --> 01:30:19,908 - We're gonna do everything? - Why not? 2231 01:30:19,910 --> 01:30:22,447 - Because we don't have time. - We'll make time. 2232 01:30:25,115 --> 01:30:27,585 Okay. When do we get started? 2233 01:30:28,652 --> 01:30:29,653 Now. 2234 01:30:30,286 --> 01:30:31,289 Now? 2235 01:30:36,093 --> 01:30:39,093 ♪ Time, time, time ♪ 2236 01:30:39,095 --> 01:30:42,500 ♪ Oh, sweet time ♪ 2237 01:30:44,634 --> 01:30:48,638 ♪ Please don't leave me Please don't leave me ♪ 2238 01:30:52,275 --> 01:30:55,010 ♪ Time, time, time ♪ 2239 01:30:55,012 --> 01:30:58,883 ♪ Oh, sweet time ♪ 2240 01:31:00,717 --> 01:31:03,284 ♪ Please don't leave me Please don't leave me ♪ 2241 01:31:03,286 --> 01:31:09,192 ♪ I can't help you leaving me ♪ 2242 01:31:13,263 --> 01:31:14,665 ♪ Please don't leave me ♪ 2243 01:31:16,032 --> 01:31:17,802 ♪ Please don't leave me ♪ 2244 01:31:26,593 --> 01:31:31,593 Provided by explosiveskull https://twitter.com/kaboomskull 176813

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