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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:09,300 --> 00:00:10,885 Look, man, I got to be honest with you. 2 00:00:10,969 --> 00:00:13,346 If I was inventing hell, it would look a lot like this. 3 00:00:13,430 --> 00:00:14,430 Hell... 4 00:00:15,140 --> 00:00:16,850 Really? I think it's clean. 5 00:00:16,933 --> 00:00:19,477 No, not this place. This, this whole situation. 6 00:00:19,561 --> 00:00:20,770 It's not that bad. 7 00:00:20,854 --> 00:00:26,026 I mean, our lives depend on each other for, like, eternity? 8 00:00:26,860 --> 00:00:28,987 That's my own worst personal nightmare. 9 00:00:31,197 --> 00:00:33,074 Alan. Alan. 10 00:00:33,158 --> 00:00:34,158 Come on. 11 00:00:34,701 --> 00:00:36,911 No, man, it's... it's not you. 12 00:00:37,454 --> 00:00:38,454 It's... 13 00:00:38,955 --> 00:00:41,249 I don't want to be attached to anyone. 14 00:00:42,375 --> 00:00:47,380 I want to just at least maintain the illusion of free will, you know? 15 00:00:47,881 --> 00:00:50,133 Aah! Fuck! Fuck! 16 00:00:50,759 --> 00:00:52,927 See, I didn't feel that. 17 00:00:54,471 --> 00:00:55,472 I'm sorry, man. 18 00:00:55,555 --> 00:00:59,184 I just had to be definitively sure that, you know, we're not the same person. 19 00:00:59,267 --> 00:01:01,311 - I just wanted to rule it out. - Well, we aren't. 20 00:01:01,394 --> 00:01:03,114 - Okay. - I think you've already tried that. 21 00:01:03,146 --> 00:01:05,273 Right, right. You're right. 22 00:01:05,356 --> 00:01:08,401 Well, if it's not that, then what else could it be? 23 00:01:12,864 --> 00:01:13,948 Three sisters. 24 00:01:14,741 --> 00:01:17,494 No sisters. No siblings at all. 25 00:01:17,577 --> 00:01:19,662 - Are your parents alive? - Yeah, you? 26 00:01:25,460 --> 00:01:27,170 What happened, irritable bowels? 27 00:01:28,421 --> 00:01:29,506 Oh, wow. 28 00:01:30,006 --> 00:01:31,966 You starting a cleaning supply company? 29 00:01:32,759 --> 00:01:33,843 Well, you... 30 00:01:33,927 --> 00:01:36,137 you got some ash on the table. 31 00:01:36,221 --> 00:01:39,224 Man, take a chill pill, okay? It'll reset when we die. 32 00:01:43,144 --> 00:01:45,271 Hey, hey, could you not touch my stuff, please? 33 00:01:46,147 --> 00:01:48,358 - I have it organized... - Uh-uh. Fucking A. 34 00:01:48,441 --> 00:01:49,651 ...in a very specific way. 35 00:01:49,734 --> 00:01:50,860 Man, you play this? 36 00:01:51,444 --> 00:01:53,571 No, not since it came out. It is the worst. 37 00:01:53,655 --> 00:01:55,883 You know, this is one of the first games I helped design. 38 00:01:55,907 --> 00:01:59,536 Well, that's something we have in common. You designed it. I played it. 39 00:01:59,619 --> 00:02:03,123 Yeah, you and every other dude between the ages of 18 and 35. 40 00:02:03,623 --> 00:02:06,209 - Why do you think this sucks? - It is impossible. 41 00:02:06,292 --> 00:02:08,419 I spent six months trying to get out of the snake room 42 00:02:08,503 --> 00:02:11,398 before I realized whoever designed this probably didn't bother to play it. 43 00:02:11,422 --> 00:02:13,967 - Let me tell you something. You? You? - Yeah? 44 00:02:14,050 --> 00:02:15,530 You don't think I played my own game? 45 00:02:15,593 --> 00:02:18,012 Uh... I'd bet my life on it. 46 00:02:18,721 --> 00:02:23,518 Well, that does not mean much given our present circumstances. 47 00:02:23,601 --> 00:02:27,105 You created an impossible game with a single character 48 00:02:27,188 --> 00:02:29,649 who has to solve everything entirely on her own. 49 00:02:30,275 --> 00:02:31,317 That's stupid. 50 00:02:31,818 --> 00:02:33,361 Watch and learn, baby face. 51 00:02:35,864 --> 00:02:37,991 Uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh. 52 00:02:38,074 --> 00:02:39,074 There you go. 53 00:02:39,701 --> 00:02:40,910 You little bitch. 54 00:02:42,078 --> 00:02:43,413 I say... 55 00:02:43,913 --> 00:02:46,833 the trick is you got to find a labyrinth keeper. 56 00:02:47,500 --> 00:02:50,670 You know, she's based on Tatum O'Neal in Paper Moon, but with my hairdo. 57 00:02:51,254 --> 00:02:52,839 They call that an Easter egg. 58 00:02:52,922 --> 00:02:54,007 Be careful. 59 00:02:56,384 --> 00:02:59,762 Mea culpa, this shit is fucking harder than I remember. 60 00:03:00,346 --> 00:03:01,407 Do you mind smoking outside? 61 00:03:01,431 --> 00:03:04,893 Look, if I smoke outside, then I could die. 62 00:03:04,976 --> 00:03:07,456 And if I die, you die. So basically, you're welcome, all right? 63 00:03:07,520 --> 00:03:09,189 Don't be so fucking uptight, man. 64 00:03:09,689 --> 00:03:11,649 - Hey, how did you die? - Oh. 65 00:03:12,317 --> 00:03:13,902 Um... 66 00:03:13,985 --> 00:03:16,029 - Crushed in rush hour traffic. - Uh-huh. 67 00:03:16,112 --> 00:03:18,740 Slipped in the shower. Uh, bathtub electrocution. 68 00:03:19,574 --> 00:03:20,658 Um... 69 00:03:20,742 --> 00:03:21,742 Open manhole. 70 00:03:21,784 --> 00:03:24,746 Right, but, you know, the first time? How did you die that first time? 71 00:03:25,872 --> 00:03:27,290 I don't know. I can't remember. 72 00:03:27,373 --> 00:03:29,813 What do you mean you can't remember? I remember my first time. 73 00:03:29,876 --> 00:03:30,877 I was hit by a car. 74 00:03:30,960 --> 00:03:33,189 Honestly, all I remember is suddenly being in my bathroom 75 00:03:33,213 --> 00:03:35,256 and then just reliving the same day. 76 00:03:35,965 --> 00:03:37,425 You don't remember your first death? 77 00:03:37,508 --> 00:03:38,551 Mm-mm. 78 00:03:42,555 --> 00:03:46,017 Look, your first death could be what started this whole thing. 79 00:03:46,100 --> 00:03:47,100 Why? 80 00:03:47,143 --> 00:03:48,853 I mean, maybe it's not, but... 81 00:03:49,354 --> 00:03:51,898 honestly, it's the only unknown factor that we have. 82 00:03:52,398 --> 00:03:53,524 Johari window. 83 00:03:53,608 --> 00:03:55,485 You know, it's a known unknown. 84 00:03:55,568 --> 00:03:57,111 We got to trigger your memory. 85 00:03:57,195 --> 00:03:58,196 W... Wait, how? 86 00:03:58,696 --> 00:04:02,408 You see, lucky for you, I know a professional. 87 00:04:03,326 --> 00:04:05,495 Darling, that is not how I work. 88 00:04:06,287 --> 00:04:11,000 I see patients regularly for years before even trying EMDR. 89 00:04:11,084 --> 00:04:13,836 Right, right. Uh... hypnosis. 90 00:04:14,712 --> 00:04:17,382 Or, um... I don't know, ayahuasca? 91 00:04:17,465 --> 00:04:18,508 Listen to me. 92 00:04:18,591 --> 00:04:20,885 I'm a therapist, not a shaman. 93 00:04:21,511 --> 00:04:23,179 Would either one of you like some tea? 94 00:04:23,263 --> 00:04:24,973 No, no, no tea. 95 00:04:25,056 --> 00:04:26,849 Ruth, you have a gas leak. 96 00:04:26,933 --> 00:04:29,394 Okay? I will call it in while you're in session. 97 00:04:29,477 --> 00:04:31,758 - Please don't roll your eyes at me. - No. No. No, no, no. 98 00:04:31,813 --> 00:04:32,813 I... No. 99 00:04:33,231 --> 00:04:37,151 I don't need to go to see a therapist. No offense to you, but I... 100 00:04:37,235 --> 00:04:39,529 People thinking that I'm crazy is one of my biggest fears. 101 00:04:39,612 --> 00:04:41,864 - That's fine. - No, no, no, no. No, no, no. 102 00:04:41,948 --> 00:04:45,285 We do not use the word "crazy" in this house. 103 00:04:46,244 --> 00:04:49,289 Look, has Nadia ever told you about her mother? 104 00:04:49,372 --> 00:04:51,249 Ah, here it comes. 105 00:04:51,332 --> 00:04:54,335 Nadia's mother was a brilliant woman, 106 00:04:54,419 --> 00:04:56,379 - just like Nadia. - Eye roll. 107 00:04:56,462 --> 00:04:59,632 But she would get fixated on little things, and... 108 00:05:00,341 --> 00:05:05,638 She'd read somewhere that purple is the color of the seventh chakra healing, 109 00:05:05,722 --> 00:05:09,183 so naturally, she wore nothing but purple for an entire year. 110 00:05:09,267 --> 00:05:12,020 And, oh... the mirrors. 111 00:05:12,645 --> 00:05:16,024 Don't get me started on the mirrors. 112 00:05:16,816 --> 00:05:19,485 One day, she shattered them. 113 00:05:19,569 --> 00:05:23,740 And when I came to take Nadia to school, well, the mirrors were gone 114 00:05:23,823 --> 00:05:26,659 and there was glass everywhere. 115 00:05:26,743 --> 00:05:28,995 I think there were some shards in your hair. 116 00:05:29,078 --> 00:05:30,246 And that's a wrap. 117 00:05:31,873 --> 00:05:34,083 - It wasn't that bad. - It was that bad. 118 00:05:34,584 --> 00:05:36,502 - I was there. - So was I. 119 00:05:36,586 --> 00:05:38,046 Why... Why mirrors? 120 00:05:38,129 --> 00:05:39,213 Reflection. 121 00:05:40,340 --> 00:05:41,883 Proof of existence. 122 00:05:43,051 --> 00:05:44,677 Another pair of eyes. 123 00:05:45,386 --> 00:05:48,222 See, that's why therapists are important. 124 00:05:48,306 --> 00:05:54,187 Without them, we are very unreliable narrators of our own stories. 125 00:05:55,730 --> 00:05:56,730 Okay. 126 00:05:57,648 --> 00:06:00,985 Okay, I... I... I will... I'll give it a try, just this once. 127 00:06:04,530 --> 00:06:07,658 Okay, I was wrong. I accept it, but we got to figure out how you died. 128 00:06:07,742 --> 00:06:10,503 I told you that wouldn't work, and therapy is one of my biggest fears. 129 00:06:10,578 --> 00:06:12,705 It's like if you said that you were afraid of spiders 130 00:06:12,789 --> 00:06:14,916 and then I was like, "Here's a bunch of spiders." 131 00:06:14,999 --> 00:06:17,668 Ruth isn't a spider. She's got more of a praying mantis vibe, 132 00:06:17,752 --> 00:06:19,872 which, as somebody who's always been allergic to bees, 133 00:06:19,921 --> 00:06:21,339 I find highly comforting. 134 00:06:21,422 --> 00:06:23,216 That's weird. I'm allergic to bees, too. 135 00:06:23,299 --> 00:06:27,428 Seriously? Oh, so I guess we run into a bunch of fucking honeybees now. 136 00:06:47,407 --> 00:06:50,576 Okay, new plan. Hear me out. 137 00:06:51,119 --> 00:06:53,871 What if I go through your night with you? 138 00:06:53,955 --> 00:06:58,209 We recreate what you did that first time. Maybe I see something that you didn't. 139 00:06:58,793 --> 00:07:00,044 Look, you don't understand. 140 00:07:00,128 --> 00:07:02,797 You get to relive your fancy birthday party with... 141 00:07:03,840 --> 00:07:05,842 awesome people that you don't even like. 142 00:07:06,843 --> 00:07:09,846 And I have to relive the worst night of my life. 143 00:07:11,097 --> 00:07:12,348 I don't want you to see it. 144 00:07:12,432 --> 00:07:15,059 Alan, I have seen some shit. 145 00:07:16,060 --> 00:07:17,728 Okay? Whatever happened that night... 146 00:07:18,521 --> 00:07:20,857 you're not gonna surprise me, I promise. 147 00:07:24,610 --> 00:07:26,070 Come on. 148 00:07:27,238 --> 00:07:28,781 All right, what did you do first? 149 00:07:30,408 --> 00:07:31,993 The first time I lived this cycle, 150 00:07:32,076 --> 00:07:35,246 I didn't know she was on the phone before I went in, so... so, um... 151 00:07:36,122 --> 00:07:37,748 we should wait until she's done. 152 00:07:38,374 --> 00:07:41,586 I just hope he is not planning to propose. 153 00:07:42,170 --> 00:07:44,589 I was planning on proposing on the original night. 154 00:07:44,672 --> 00:07:46,048 I... I didn't hear any of this. 155 00:07:46,132 --> 00:07:49,212 I spent months trying to get through to him, but he doesn't seem... 156 00:07:49,260 --> 00:07:50,970 She's talking to that guy named Mike. 157 00:07:51,637 --> 00:07:54,677 The one she cheated on me with? The one who was at your party? The douchebag? 158 00:07:54,724 --> 00:07:57,578 - A pseudo-intellectual white guy? - I have to tell him tonight. 159 00:07:57,602 --> 00:08:00,146 - That's Maxine's friend. - Okay, bye. 160 00:08:06,694 --> 00:08:07,694 Huh. 161 00:08:09,113 --> 00:08:12,200 Huh. So this is the famous Beatrice. 162 00:08:12,283 --> 00:08:14,285 Alan. Who's this? 163 00:08:15,244 --> 00:08:16,412 Ah. Uh... 164 00:08:16,496 --> 00:08:18,706 I'm... We just ran into each other on the street. 165 00:08:18,789 --> 00:08:20,833 I gotta take a leak. Is that okay? 166 00:08:21,834 --> 00:08:24,337 - Sure. - Thank you. Tiny bladder. 167 00:08:25,880 --> 00:08:28,341 Oh. Uh, real quick. Do you have any cottage cheese? 168 00:08:28,424 --> 00:08:30,301 Who eats cottage cheese? 169 00:08:30,384 --> 00:08:32,720 Look, it's how I maintain my figure, all right? 170 00:08:33,638 --> 00:08:35,890 - The bathroom's over there. - Thank you. 171 00:08:40,019 --> 00:08:41,019 Who the hell is that? 172 00:08:41,604 --> 00:08:42,855 It's a long story. 173 00:08:42,939 --> 00:08:46,275 - She's helping me out with something. - I thought we were going away. 174 00:08:46,359 --> 00:08:49,445 You and I both know that's not gonna happen, so let's get this over with. 175 00:08:56,077 --> 00:08:57,837 Look, I know we're supposed to leave tonight, 176 00:08:58,371 --> 00:09:00,748 but I've just been thinking a lot about our relationship. 177 00:09:00,831 --> 00:09:02,959 We've been together since we were kids and... 178 00:09:03,543 --> 00:09:05,670 basically, you're like my best friend. 179 00:09:05,753 --> 00:09:09,549 But if I'm honest with myself... this isn't what I want. 180 00:09:10,675 --> 00:09:11,884 I want more for my life. 181 00:09:12,468 --> 00:09:15,263 I want to make mistakes. I want to get my degree. 182 00:09:15,346 --> 00:09:18,849 There's so much I want to do, and you just want to stay exactly the same. 183 00:09:20,601 --> 00:09:21,852 I love you, but... 184 00:09:22,895 --> 00:09:27,650 ...I've been taking care of this, us, you, for the last nine years, and... 185 00:09:28,359 --> 00:09:31,612 I just can't help but realize that I've been worrying about you... 186 00:09:32,113 --> 00:09:34,574 and managing us, and it's just becoming a job. 187 00:09:35,741 --> 00:09:37,743 And I already have a full-time job. 188 00:09:37,827 --> 00:09:38,911 Oh, you have a job? 189 00:09:40,246 --> 00:09:41,246 Yeah. 190 00:09:41,914 --> 00:09:44,041 I'm working on my PhD in literature. 191 00:09:44,125 --> 00:09:46,419 Wow, that is totally useless. 192 00:09:47,336 --> 00:09:49,056 I'm so sorry. I actually... I just came over 193 00:09:49,130 --> 00:09:54,260 because I wanted to tell you that these gluten-free crackers are dynamite. 194 00:09:54,343 --> 00:09:55,845 Who do you think you are? 195 00:09:55,928 --> 00:09:59,724 I think I get the picture. So you think you can do better. 196 00:10:00,308 --> 00:10:04,020 It's interesting, 'cause I actually think that Alan over here 197 00:10:04,103 --> 00:10:05,646 is way out of your league. 198 00:10:05,730 --> 00:10:07,273 No one asked you, okay? 199 00:10:07,356 --> 00:10:09,275 Where... Where'd you get this art from? 200 00:10:09,358 --> 00:10:12,820 Is it, like, all from Urban Outfitters or just a couple of the pieces? 201 00:10:15,948 --> 00:10:17,074 Who is this woman? 202 00:10:17,158 --> 00:10:18,200 Are we done here? 203 00:10:22,455 --> 00:10:24,373 All right, great, man. Come on. 204 00:10:25,374 --> 00:10:26,917 Yeah. Yeah. 205 00:10:27,001 --> 00:10:29,629 All right, keep the crackers. 206 00:10:29,712 --> 00:10:30,796 This guy right here 207 00:10:30,880 --> 00:10:33,799 can maintain erections like few men I've known, all right? 208 00:10:33,883 --> 00:10:37,178 And you're gonna miss out on all that, so meditate on that. 209 00:10:45,227 --> 00:10:46,312 Stupid. 210 00:10:46,395 --> 00:10:47,647 Oh. 211 00:10:48,147 --> 00:10:51,150 I know she's not gonna remember any of that, but that was so great. 212 00:10:51,233 --> 00:10:53,277 It was great. You were amazing. Thank you. 213 00:10:53,361 --> 00:10:55,196 You know what? I really was fucking amazing. 214 00:10:55,279 --> 00:10:57,698 I gotta tell you, man. I never stick my neck out for anybody, 215 00:10:57,782 --> 00:11:00,368 but I feel like fucking Rocky right now. 216 00:11:00,451 --> 00:11:03,704 Hey, 'cause the thing is it's so great every time. 217 00:11:03,788 --> 00:11:04,948 This little bitch fucked you, 218 00:11:04,997 --> 00:11:06,957 and this time, you went in there and fucked her. 219 00:11:07,041 --> 00:11:09,085 Yeah. Yeah, thank you. Thank you. 220 00:11:09,168 --> 00:11:10,168 You're welcome. 221 00:11:10,711 --> 00:11:11,712 You're welcome. 222 00:11:12,213 --> 00:11:15,091 All right, so, what happened next? 223 00:11:15,758 --> 00:11:16,759 Oh. 224 00:11:23,641 --> 00:11:25,726 So, is this about as drunk as you were? 225 00:11:25,810 --> 00:11:29,772 I was way more drunk. I don't even remember how drunk I was. 226 00:11:29,855 --> 00:11:30,731 Oh, I get it. 227 00:11:30,815 --> 00:11:33,067 Uh, hey, bartendress. 228 00:11:33,150 --> 00:11:35,820 - Hello. Uh, more drunk, please. - Here you go. 229 00:11:35,903 --> 00:11:37,446 - Yes, thanks. Great. - Yeah. 230 00:11:44,620 --> 00:11:46,122 I knew she was unhappy. 231 00:11:47,498 --> 00:11:50,126 I don't know why I thought proposing would be a good idea. 232 00:11:50,209 --> 00:11:54,130 Sometimes Hail Marys are the best Marys we've got. 233 00:11:54,714 --> 00:11:56,382 You ever been married, engaged? 234 00:11:56,465 --> 00:11:58,610 You know, I've thought about it, I've thought about it, 235 00:11:58,634 --> 00:12:01,429 but then I realize that's just a base instinct 236 00:12:01,512 --> 00:12:04,223 mostly for suckers and, you know, mediocres. 237 00:12:04,306 --> 00:12:08,102 And so, I move on. I get over it. I mean, I don't really think it's for me. 238 00:12:08,185 --> 00:12:09,395 I think I'm meant to be alone. 239 00:12:09,979 --> 00:12:12,356 Not many people could go through what we are going through. 240 00:12:12,440 --> 00:12:13,440 Mm-mm. 241 00:12:15,776 --> 00:12:16,777 That's pretty. 242 00:12:17,778 --> 00:12:19,363 Oh, this. This was my mother's. 243 00:12:19,905 --> 00:12:22,825 It's a krugerrand. You know what that is? 244 00:12:22,908 --> 00:12:25,035 May... No. No, I definitely don't. 245 00:12:25,119 --> 00:12:28,038 It's a South African gold bullion. 246 00:12:28,122 --> 00:12:30,166 It goes for about $1,500 an ounce. 247 00:12:30,249 --> 00:12:31,751 Whoa. Cool. 248 00:12:31,834 --> 00:12:34,253 I told you my grandparents are Holocaust survivors, right? 249 00:12:34,336 --> 00:12:36,797 No, we basically just met. 250 00:12:36,881 --> 00:12:38,007 I'm sorry about... 251 00:12:38,090 --> 00:12:39,133 It's not on you. 252 00:12:39,216 --> 00:12:41,177 Anyway, after the war, you know, 253 00:12:41,260 --> 00:12:44,430 most survivors were a little bit paranoid about putting their money in banks, 254 00:12:44,513 --> 00:12:47,224 so my grandparents acquired 150 of these babies, 255 00:12:47,308 --> 00:12:50,352 and then my mother, 'cause she's a fucking piece of work, 256 00:12:50,436 --> 00:12:52,188 she spent them all except for this one. 257 00:12:52,772 --> 00:12:53,981 How much is 150... 258 00:12:54,565 --> 00:12:57,026 You know, the price of gold fluctuates, but, uh... 259 00:12:58,027 --> 00:12:59,028 if I had to guess, 260 00:12:59,111 --> 00:13:02,239 $152,780.86. 261 00:13:02,323 --> 00:13:04,158 - Whoa. - Yeah. 262 00:13:04,241 --> 00:13:07,787 I know this, because why? Because it was my fucking college fund. 263 00:13:07,870 --> 00:13:11,916 But hey, I got a pretty necklace, right? So... 264 00:13:15,586 --> 00:13:18,047 - Your mom, she... she sounds... - Great. 265 00:13:18,130 --> 00:13:20,508 Uh, so, what happened after this? 266 00:13:20,591 --> 00:13:21,967 Um... 267 00:13:22,051 --> 00:13:24,720 Um, I'm trying... It's hazy. Um... 268 00:13:26,847 --> 00:13:30,768 You know what, man? Don't work too hard. I mean, it's only eternity. 269 00:13:31,644 --> 00:13:32,645 Hey. 270 00:13:32,728 --> 00:13:34,271 Hey. Whoa, whoa, whoa. Whoa. 271 00:13:34,355 --> 00:13:37,191 Why... Why am I the only one who's being interrogated? 272 00:13:37,274 --> 00:13:39,944 You're involved in this shit too, so it's whatever. 273 00:13:40,027 --> 00:13:41,570 Midnight? Where were you at this time? 274 00:13:42,363 --> 00:13:43,864 I was taking care of business. 275 00:13:47,535 --> 00:13:49,703 Look, you promise you're not gonna flip out? 276 00:13:49,787 --> 00:13:50,787 Yeah. 277 00:13:53,457 --> 00:13:55,417 I was fucking Mike from the party. 278 00:13:57,503 --> 00:13:58,546 Beatrice Mike? 279 00:13:59,755 --> 00:14:01,315 Yeah. What are the odds, right? 280 00:14:01,382 --> 00:14:04,385 I mean, like, she's cheating on you, he's cheating on her. 281 00:14:04,468 --> 00:14:07,179 Ipso facto, it's like we all fucked Beatrice. 282 00:14:07,263 --> 00:14:08,597 I mean, you the most, of course, 283 00:14:08,681 --> 00:14:12,434 but, you know, in a kind of fun gang-bang way, it's like a mash-em-up. 284 00:14:12,518 --> 00:14:15,187 - You fucked Mike from the party? - Oh, here we go. 285 00:14:15,271 --> 00:14:16,355 Okay. 286 00:14:16,438 --> 00:14:17,523 You... You know what? 287 00:14:17,606 --> 00:14:19,486 You know what? This is not about my first death. 288 00:14:19,567 --> 00:14:22,111 This is probably because you were fucking that Irish... 289 00:14:22,194 --> 00:14:25,781 that Irish fucking gingerbread fisherman-looking motherfucker. 290 00:14:25,865 --> 00:14:26,782 All right, man. 291 00:14:26,866 --> 00:14:29,994 First of all, I mean, this guy's hands are so fucking soft, 292 00:14:30,077 --> 00:14:32,705 there's no way he's done a day's worth of hard labor in his life, 293 00:14:32,788 --> 00:14:34,999 let alone that, you know, hardcore fishing. 294 00:14:35,082 --> 00:14:38,335 And second of all, the sex was, I want to say, mediocre at best. 295 00:14:38,419 --> 00:14:41,380 Like medium, you know? And there's no way that it set off 296 00:14:41,463 --> 00:14:44,341 a whole world-bending multiverse 297 00:14:44,425 --> 00:14:47,094 wonderland fucking splitting-level shit, all right? 298 00:14:50,639 --> 00:14:53,017 Let's slow down. Bukowski's not your greatest look. 299 00:14:55,227 --> 00:14:56,979 I can fuck you better than Mike. 300 00:15:00,316 --> 00:15:03,736 Wow. It looks like someone just threw a gauntlet right into my puss-puss. 301 00:15:05,988 --> 00:15:06,988 Let's have at it. 302 00:15:10,993 --> 00:15:14,246 - That's right. - You want to see how a gingerman fucks? 303 00:15:14,330 --> 00:15:15,915 - Fuck yes, I do. - Uh-huh. 304 00:15:17,917 --> 00:15:19,126 Call me Beatrice. 305 00:15:19,209 --> 00:15:20,336 Beatrice. 306 00:15:20,419 --> 00:15:22,504 Hey, I'm cheating on you. 307 00:15:22,588 --> 00:15:24,506 All right, but you're gonna fuck me anyway. 308 00:15:24,590 --> 00:15:25,966 Then you're gonna marry me. 309 00:15:27,343 --> 00:15:28,802 I'd fuck anything, huh. 310 00:15:29,303 --> 00:15:31,096 I'd fuck fucking... 311 00:15:31,889 --> 00:15:32,973 pizza. 312 00:15:33,057 --> 00:15:34,558 - Where'd you go? - Pizza and all. 313 00:15:34,642 --> 00:15:37,853 - Come on, role play. Don't pass out. - I'm Mike. Yeah, I'm Mike. 314 00:15:37,937 --> 00:15:40,648 I'm fat Mike. I'm gonna fuck it right. 315 00:15:40,731 --> 00:15:42,441 - Okay. - Uh-huh. 316 00:15:42,524 --> 00:15:44,485 Yeah, you... You wanna... You wanna just... 317 00:15:44,568 --> 00:15:46,445 - You wanna just fuck right now? - Yes. 318 00:15:48,238 --> 00:15:49,073 Yeah. 319 00:16:21,146 --> 00:16:22,231 Fucking rats. 320 00:16:23,649 --> 00:16:26,276 Hey. Hey, Horse. 321 00:16:27,611 --> 00:16:28,611 Hey, man. 322 00:16:29,029 --> 00:16:30,239 Uh... 323 00:16:30,322 --> 00:16:31,657 Uh, Nadia. Yeah. 324 00:16:32,449 --> 00:16:34,868 It's me. I'm your friend. You gave me a haircut. 325 00:16:35,619 --> 00:16:36,619 I don't know you. 326 00:16:38,372 --> 00:16:41,208 All right, be cool, man. Look, look, look, what size are you? 327 00:16:41,709 --> 00:16:42,709 What do you mean? 328 00:16:47,339 --> 00:16:48,340 Come with me. 329 00:16:49,383 --> 00:16:50,383 All right. 330 00:16:51,427 --> 00:16:52,970 Where the fuck are we going? 331 00:16:54,096 --> 00:16:55,305 I got plants. 332 00:16:57,016 --> 00:17:00,978 I prefer casual acquaintances over closer relations 333 00:17:01,061 --> 00:17:04,815 and strangers above everybody else, 'cause humanity's a fuck, man. 334 00:17:05,441 --> 00:17:07,526 I had this business partner once in the '90s 335 00:17:07,609 --> 00:17:09,361 when we were creating the dark web. 336 00:17:10,237 --> 00:17:14,450 And he got arrested because it was a scam and our government is a scam. 337 00:17:14,533 --> 00:17:18,954 And once I saw it was all just bullshit, I just dropped out completely. 338 00:17:21,623 --> 00:17:23,500 How do you know that you're real? 339 00:17:24,001 --> 00:17:25,001 Huh? 340 00:17:27,337 --> 00:17:31,050 Do you think that we need people to be, like, witnesses? 341 00:17:31,925 --> 00:17:33,052 I'm here. 342 00:17:34,261 --> 00:17:35,512 That's where you know. 343 00:17:39,183 --> 00:17:40,768 I'm glad I lost everything. 344 00:17:43,395 --> 00:17:45,856 Technology, cryptocurrencies... 345 00:17:48,067 --> 00:17:49,693 It's all bullshit, man. 346 00:17:49,777 --> 00:17:51,487 You don't need any of that stuff. 347 00:17:57,034 --> 00:17:58,786 The more stuff you accumulate... 348 00:18:00,871 --> 00:18:02,372 the more space you take up. 349 00:18:02,456 --> 00:18:05,167 You know, people can't even pick me out of a line up 'cause... 350 00:18:05,793 --> 00:18:07,002 they don't remember me. 351 00:18:08,128 --> 00:18:09,296 I'm a shadow, man. 352 00:18:11,131 --> 00:18:13,258 I think I'm a shadow now, too. 353 00:18:33,987 --> 00:18:34,987 Is that real gold? 354 00:18:37,449 --> 00:18:38,449 Why? 355 00:18:38,951 --> 00:18:40,244 It's too heavy. 356 00:18:49,419 --> 00:18:51,130 Next time, get a plastic bag. 357 00:19:14,319 --> 00:19:15,404 - Hey. - Hi 358 00:19:16,446 --> 00:19:18,031 How's the, uh, novel coming? 359 00:19:18,657 --> 00:19:22,536 Ugh, I... I can't do dialogue. It makes me feel like I don't know how people talk. 360 00:19:22,619 --> 00:19:24,621 I think it's one of those things like swallowing. 361 00:19:24,705 --> 00:19:26,790 Like, if you think about it, you can't do it anymore. 362 00:19:26,874 --> 00:19:28,874 Like now I'm thinking about it and I can't swallow. 363 00:19:28,917 --> 00:19:30,961 Huh. 364 00:19:48,353 --> 00:19:50,564 You know Alan. He was here that night. 365 00:19:51,231 --> 00:19:53,901 - What night? - Alan Zaveri, how do you know him? 366 00:19:53,984 --> 00:19:55,235 We're good friends. 367 00:19:55,319 --> 00:19:57,237 We worked at a cannery together in Alaska. 368 00:19:57,321 --> 00:19:58,197 Wait, what? 369 00:19:58,280 --> 00:20:00,908 Nah, I'm just kidding. We actually pledged Alpha Delta in college. 370 00:20:00,991 --> 00:20:04,286 That cannery thing though, it's pretty good. I put in my novel. 371 00:20:06,705 --> 00:20:08,874 As for my friend, keep the change. 372 00:20:09,750 --> 00:20:12,127 - Thanks, Ferran. - Yeah, have a good night. 373 00:20:16,715 --> 00:20:19,343 Hey, Alan. Guess what, man? 374 00:20:20,344 --> 00:20:22,721 We saw each other on the night of our first loop. 375 00:20:23,847 --> 00:20:25,057 Where were you? 376 00:20:25,766 --> 00:20:28,810 I did not realize that Howard Hughes was gonna show up. 377 00:20:31,104 --> 00:20:32,439 You went through my stuff? 378 00:20:33,023 --> 00:20:35,609 I didn't know where you were and I couldn't find my shoes. 379 00:20:36,318 --> 00:20:40,364 I started to look for them and then... I just got away with myself. 380 00:20:40,447 --> 00:20:42,991 - So then you went through my stuff? - I cleaned. 381 00:20:43,492 --> 00:20:44,492 Cleaned? 382 00:20:49,831 --> 00:20:51,583 I... I found those under your bed. 383 00:20:56,546 --> 00:20:59,508 Did it occur to you that these were under my fucking bed... 384 00:21:00,342 --> 00:21:03,011 because I wanted them under my fucking bed? 385 00:21:04,012 --> 00:21:06,223 Well, it will all reset like you said. 386 00:21:06,306 --> 00:21:08,767 It will all just go back to the way you had it. 387 00:21:08,850 --> 00:21:11,728 Fuck you for going through my shit. Fuck you for touching these. 388 00:21:11,812 --> 00:21:14,231 Fuck you for being a fuck face. Get the fuck out. 389 00:21:14,314 --> 00:21:17,192 Nadia, I'm sorry. We... we need each other. I need you. You need me. 390 00:21:17,276 --> 00:21:18,360 Did I stutter? 391 00:21:18,443 --> 00:21:19,569 Uh... 392 00:21:28,078 --> 00:21:31,123 - I don't have any shoes, Nadia. - Oh, my God, get the fuck out! 393 00:21:31,206 --> 00:21:34,209 - I'm sorry. - Just get out of my fucking house, dude! 394 00:21:53,812 --> 00:21:54,938 God! 395 00:22:46,114 --> 00:22:48,367 Looking at these old pictures of me and Mom... 396 00:22:49,034 --> 00:22:50,702 it just fucked me up, Ruth. 397 00:22:51,328 --> 00:22:53,997 Remember when she was trying to get the Betty Boop trademark, 398 00:22:54,081 --> 00:22:56,166 she had the licensing company. 399 00:22:56,249 --> 00:23:01,004 There was all these Betty Boop towels, Betty Boop clocks, Betty Boop watches. 400 00:23:01,546 --> 00:23:04,466 - What the fuck was that? - Darling, you have to forgive her. 401 00:23:05,801 --> 00:23:08,303 Look, don't you want to move on with your life? 402 00:23:08,387 --> 00:23:10,097 You know what, Ruth? Seriously... 403 00:23:13,308 --> 00:23:15,977 Humanity... a little bit overrated, no? 404 00:23:16,061 --> 00:23:18,021 We need other people. 405 00:23:18,105 --> 00:23:19,898 Other people are garbage. 406 00:23:22,526 --> 00:23:24,653 - Then forgive them. - Oh, God. 407 00:23:24,736 --> 00:23:26,655 That's what I do with you. 408 00:23:27,572 --> 00:23:30,158 Just... try it sometime. 409 00:23:31,118 --> 00:23:33,495 Yeah, yeah, yeah. Chag sameach. 410 00:23:34,621 --> 00:23:36,790 You have a gas leak. 411 00:23:37,874 --> 00:23:39,459 Fucking no meat on these. 412 00:23:51,888 --> 00:23:52,888 Throat. 413 00:23:53,682 --> 00:23:54,682 Throat. 414 00:24:16,746 --> 00:24:19,249 - Sweet birthday baby, having fun? - Where'd it go? 415 00:24:19,332 --> 00:24:21,212 - Where'd what go? - The mirror in the bathroom. 416 00:24:21,251 --> 00:24:23,920 What mirror? There's never been a mirror in that bathroom. 417 00:24:24,004 --> 00:24:27,924 It's a statement on narcissism and waste... 418 00:24:28,008 --> 00:24:31,094 and the beauty industrial complex. 419 00:24:32,596 --> 00:24:33,430 Alan! 420 00:24:33,513 --> 00:24:35,724 Alan, come on. Buzz me in! 421 00:24:37,684 --> 00:24:38,684 Come on, man. 422 00:24:43,482 --> 00:24:44,983 ♪ I ♪ 423 00:24:45,984 --> 00:24:47,444 ♪ I can't take things slowly... ♪ 424 00:24:47,527 --> 00:24:51,114 - Hey, there are no mirrors, Alan. - No mirrors, I know. 425 00:24:51,198 --> 00:24:52,240 I know. Me too. 426 00:24:53,033 --> 00:24:55,577 What is happening, man? Why are they disappearing? 427 00:24:55,660 --> 00:24:56,660 I don't know. 428 00:24:57,204 --> 00:24:58,330 I don't know. 429 00:24:58,413 --> 00:25:03,960 Look. I am sorry that I yelled at you for just trying to be a nice person, okay? 430 00:25:04,586 --> 00:25:07,088 I... I... I just... I do not want to do this alone. 431 00:25:07,756 --> 00:25:08,840 I'm sorry, too. 432 00:25:11,218 --> 00:25:13,136 I... I need to tell you something. I... I... 433 00:25:14,638 --> 00:25:15,514 I remembered. 434 00:25:15,597 --> 00:25:17,015 - Alan, it's okay. You know... - No. 435 00:25:17,098 --> 00:25:19,601 No, listen to me. I remembered my first death. 436 00:25:27,901 --> 00:25:30,028 I threw myself off the top of a building. 437 00:25:33,114 --> 00:25:34,324 I killed myself. 438 00:25:34,991 --> 00:25:38,245 ♪ Please come and save me ♪ 439 00:25:39,913 --> 00:25:42,582 ♪ Tell me what's wrong with my brain ♪ 440 00:25:42,666 --> 00:25:45,794 ♪ 'Cause I seem to have lost it ♪ 441 00:25:47,629 --> 00:25:50,173 ♪ 'Cause I am afraid of the light ♪ 442 00:25:50,257 --> 00:25:53,009 ♪ Yeah, you know what I mean ♪ 443 00:25:55,637 --> 00:25:58,223 ♪ And I can't sleep alone at night ♪ 444 00:25:58,306 --> 00:26:01,101 ♪ Yeah, you know what I mean ♪ 445 00:26:03,520 --> 00:26:06,106 ♪ 'Cause I am afraid of the light ♪ 446 00:26:06,189 --> 00:26:08,858 ♪ Yeah, you know what I mean ♪ 447 00:26:11,611 --> 00:26:14,197 ♪ 'Cause I can't sleep alone at night ♪ 448 00:26:14,281 --> 00:26:17,075 ♪ Yeah, you know what I mean ♪ 34574

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