- 1. You were gone so long.
I was worried.
- 2. I had to go all the way
to that goddamn gourmet deli.
- 3. But you got them?
- 4. - A dozen.
- Good. Good.
- 5. Nah, they're too damn small.
- 6. Not like the ones we got from Gottlieb,
may he rest in peace.
- 7. Maybe we should order
from that French butcher again.
- 8. No way!
- 9. Always asking questions,
- 10. Oh...!
- 11. These are beautiful.
- 12. Beautiful.
- 13. Oh, he'll love them.
- 14. Puny little things,
- 15. God, I miss Gottlieb.
- 16. Are you coming now?
- 17. - I'm going to feed him.
- In a minute.
- 18. He's going to be so excited.
- 19. Aylmer, din-din.
- 20. Woo-hoo!
- 21. What? What?
- 22. - He's gone.
- 23. - Oh, my God.
- He's gone!
- 24. He's gone.
- 25. 'Brian? Hello, Brian.'
- 26. 'Are you asleep?'
- 27. 'Brian, you're supposed to be
getting ready. We have to leave soon.'
- 28. 'Brian? Brian?
- 29. 'Brian?'
- 30. Aylmer?
- 31. Where are you?
- 32. Oh...! Oh...!
- 33. - He's still asleep?
- Yep. Afraid so.
- 34. Brian?
- 35. Brian?
- 36. Brian?
- 37. Come on, Brian.
We have to leave here in a few minutes.
- 38. You look awful.
- 39. I feel awful.
- 40. - Are you sick?
- I wasn't before.
- 41. Just laid down for a quick nap,
- 42. and all of a sudden my head is spinning
and I'm too dizzy to move.
- 43. I dunno, maybe there's something
- 44. - Yes?
- 45. We're the Ackermans,
the couple down the hall.
- 46. I'm Martha.
This is Morris.
- 47. - Could we see your bathtub a minute?
- My bathtub?
- 48. - Yes, please. You see...
- 49. Uh!
- 50. What's wrong? What's he doing?
What the hell is going on?
- 51. Sorry. Our mistake.
Have a nice day.
- 52. "Have a nice day"?
- 53. Well, you're certainly in no shape
to go out tonight.
- 54. "Out"?
I can't even stand.
- 55. Poor baby.
- 56. Wait a minute.
There's no reason you shouldn't go.
- 57. - I don't want to go without you.
- Go with Mike.
- 58. - No. No...
- Why not?
- 59. You've already got the tickets.
Hey, Mike! Come here!
- 60. - He'd love to go. Ask him.
- Hey, what's up?
- 61. Do your brother a favor
and take her out tonight.
- 62. Want to go to the Syd concert
with me tonight?
- 63. - Brian can't go.
- Sure. I'd love to.
- 64. - You don't mind?
- Of course not.
- 65. OK, great.
- 66. You sure you'll be OK?
- 67. I just need some sleep.
I'm going to be fine.
- 68. - I hope he's OK. He never gets sick.
- You know Brian.
- 69. - He'll be a new man in the morning.
- I sure hope so.
- 70. Shit!
- 71. Shit!
- 72. Shit!
- 73. What the hell's happening to me?
- 74. OK, OK.
- 75. I know there's someone else here.
- 76. I don't know who you are
and I don't know what you are,
- 77. but I know you're in here.
- 78. So you may as well come on out.
- 79. Come on out and let me see you.
- 80. Hi.
- 81. This is the start
of your new life, Brian.
- 82. A life without worry
or pain or loneliness.
- 83. A life filled instead with colors
and music and euphoria.
- 84. - A life of light and pleasure.
- But who are you?
- 85. - What are you?
- I am you, Brian.
- 86. I'm all you'll ever need.
- 87. - I don't understand.
- You will, Brian.
- 88. From now on, your life
will take on a whole new light.
- 89. And all you have to do
is look into the light and listen.
- 90. Listen to the light, Brian.
- 91. - Just listen to the light.
- 92. Yes, I'd like to again, but...
- 93. I don't see it now.
- 94. Then I'll make you a deal.
- 95. I'll show you the light
if you'll take me for a walk.
- 96. "A walk"? Where?
- 97. Anywhere you like.
- 98. I'm hungry.
- 99. Wait, wait... I'm confused.
I'm not following any of this.
- 100. Then don't worry about it.
- 101. You don't need to worry
about anything ever again.
- 102. I'll do all your thinking for you.
- 103. Just put me on the back of your neck
and everything will be fine.
- 104. My neck?
- 105. Oh, you mean the hole. I...
Wait... I don't know.
- 106. Trust me, Brian.
- 107. I just want to check on him.
Make sure he's OK.
- 108. - OK.
- 109. Shh!
- 110. Brian...
- 111. Guess I shouldn't have worried.
- 112. Maybe he just went out
for something to eat.
- 113. Yeah. Right.
- 114. Um...
- 115. Can I take you home now?
- 116. Sure. Why not?
- 117. Oh, wow!
- 118. Oh, my God, wow!
- 119. Whoo!
This is fucking great!
- 120. Whoo!
- 121. Whoo! Whoo!
- 122. Whoo!
- 123. Whoo!
- 124. Yeah!
- 125. Whoo! Whoo!
- 126. This is absolutely fucking great.
- 127. 'Listen, Charlie, I want you
and One-Shot to come on home,
- 128. 'or I'll fire both of you.'
- 129. 'I'm not coming home,
and neither is One-Shot. Goodbye.'
- 130. Whoo...!
- 131. Whoo-hoo!
- 132. Whoo!
- 133. Whoo!
- 134. Whoo!
- 135. Whoo!
- 136. Huh...
- 137. Freeze, asshole.
- 138. - All these colors.
- Shut the fuck up, asshole.
- 139. Lie on your stomach
and don't make a fucking sound.
- 140. What the fuck is that?
- 141. Roll over.
- 142. What the hell is that?
- 143. Wow!
- 144. Hey, wha...
what's going on?
- 145. What are you doing?
Is he OK?
- 146. Not bad.
A bit underdone.
- 147. Let's go.
We better get out of here.
- 148. Hey, could you juice me again?
The colors are starting to fade.
- 149. - You've had enough tonight.
- Oh, come on. Just a little.
- 150. Oh, all right.
Just a little.
- 151. Uh...
- 152. He's in the bathtub.
- 153. He's been in the bathtub
for the last three hours.
- 154. - Jesus!
- He's like a completely different person.
- 155. I don't even know him anymore.
What is going on?
- 156. I don't know. I've tried to call him,
but he's never home.
- 157. Oh, he's here. He just doesn't answer
the phone anymore.
- 158. Well, he finally answered it last night,
but all he did was giggle.
- 159. You know, I don't even think
he goes to his job anymore.
- 160. I don't even think
he leaves the apartment.
- 161. If he's not in his room,
he's in the bathtub.
- 162. Let me show you something.
- 163. Look at this.
- 164. That's more than he's got
on the front door.
- 165. Yeah, but he only locks these
when he's in here.
- 166. - Why? What's he hiding?
- I don't know.
- 167. The only thing new
are those pails down there.
- 168. He changes the water
four times a day.
- 169. I'll show you something else.
- 170. Look at this.
He's got the bathroom all bolted up, too.
- 171. I tell you, he's become
a real stickler for privacy.
- 172. Have you asked him about any of this?
- 173. Yeah.
- 174. What'd he say?
- 175. He says he's been feeling
a little bit light-headed.
- 176. "Light-headed"!
- 177. Brian, are you clean yet?
- 178. - Do you hear me?
- 179. It's Barbara.
We have a date tonight, remember?
- 180. Oh, yeah, sure.
I'll be right out.
- 181. Argh! Whoo-hoo-hoo!
- 182. Whoo! Whoo!
- 183. Whoo!
- 184. Whoo!
- 185. Whoo-hoo-hoo-hoo!
- 186. Things are getting
really weird around here.
- 187. Whoo!
- 188. I'm going through some
pretty intense changes,
- 189. and I need to be by myself for a while.
- 190. - Why? What's happened?
- I see things differently now.
- 191. - You mean us?
- Oh, everything.
- 192. It just doesn't last very long.
- 193. See, right now, for instance,
everything looks normal.
- 194. See? No trails.
- 195. - "No trails"?
- 196. But sometimes...
sometimes I can see completely.
- 197. Sometimes everything glows
with a different kind of light.
- 198. I can touch an object
and listen to the sound of its color.
- 199. I can hear voices and music
in the flicker of a match.
- 200. I can look into a mirror
- 201. and see a thousand different faces
staring back at me.
- 202. I can turn night into day
or watch the darkness shine,
- 203. and I don't even have to open my eyes.
- 204. You're on drugs, right?
- 205. Nothing that simple.
- 206. Then what?
- 207. I'm trying to understand you, Brian.
- 208. But I feel like I'm talking to a stranger.
- 209. Two months ago,
you wanted us to live together.
- 210. Now you're telling me you haven't called
because of lights and colors,
- 211. and I just don't understand.
- 212. OK, OK, I'll try to explain it,
but I doubt you're going to believe me.
- 213. Remember the night you and Mike
went to the concert?
- 214. Well, when I woke up I...
- 215. Uh...
- 216. Um, I don't think
I should explain it right now.
- 217. - Why not?
- It won't let me.
- 218. - What won't let you?
- I can't tell you that.
- 219. It's someone else, isn't it?
You're seeing someone else.
- 220. - Sort of. Ow!
- "Sort of"! What do you mean by "sort of"?
- 221. Look, I got an itch.
I can't talk about it right now.
- 222. It's not fair
to keep me guessing like this.
- 223. If you're seeing someone else,
- 224. if you want to end it between us,
can't you just tell me?
- 225. Uh, uh, I just need some time.
- 226. And what am I supposed to do
in the meantime?
- 227. Sit at home and wait
for things to get back to normal?
- 228. Or should I go out
and find someone else too?
- 229. I'm not hungry.
- 230. - Ten minutes ago you were starving.
- Yeah, but...
- 231. - What are you doing?
- I... I don't feel so good.
- 232. - Calm down, Brian.
- I... I gotta go.
- 233. "Go"?
You can't just...
- 234. Brian! Wait!
- 235. Great.
- 236. I need it. I need it now.
- 237. I need it.
- 238. Now. Now, come on.
- 239. Uh...
- 240. Phew!
- 241. Hey! Hey!
- 242. I love your suit
- 243. - Wow, you're beautiful!
- 244. - Beautiful.
- You're fucked up, aren't you?
- 245. Wanna dance?
- 246. Huh!
- 247. Other people gotta use it.
- 248. Let's go!
- 249. Come on. Let's go.
- 250. Come on.
- 251. Come on.
- 252. Come on, I gotcha.
- 253. - Uh-huh.
- 254. Feels like you've got
a real monster in there.
- 255. Hey. Hey.
- 256. Don't pass out on me now.
- 257. Here.
- 258. Barbara?
- 259. No, he still isn't in.
- 260. No, not a word.
- 261. Well, I don't know.
I haven't seen him.
- 262. Well, I don't know.
You tell me what happened in there.
- 263. I don't know. He's... he's not here.
What do you want me to tell you?
- 264. Good God!
- 265. What the hell happened tonight?
- 266. You fool!
- 267. You're feeding him human brains.
- 268. You're making him strong.
- 269. I knew someone in the building had him,
but I didn't think it was you.
- 270. Where is he?
Is he on you now?
- 271. I don't know what you're talking about.
- 272. Nor do you know
what you're dealing with.
- 273. You're an amateur.
It takes years to control him.
- 274. He'll drain you.
Use you till you waste away.
- 275. Yeah?
Then what do you want him for?
- 276. Because he's mine.
Aylmer belongs to me.
- 277. "Elmer"?
- 278. You fucking named him "Elmer"?
- 279. Not "Elmer".
- 280. Aylmer.
- 281. A-Y-L-M-E-R.
- 282. An Old English word meaning
"the awe-inspiring famous one".
- 283. And that he is, indeed.
- 284. For the Aylmer is a creature
of endless histories.
- 285. A living relic of civilizations
long since forgotten.
- 286. You're crazy.
- 287. Am I?
- 288. The Aylmer's origins can be traced back
to the Fourth Crusade
- 289. where he was snatched
from the Emperor Alexius
- 290. during the sack of Byzantium in 1203.
- 291. It's believed a Venetian mercenary
named Matteo Grimaldi
- 292. brought the creature to Europe,
- 293. but he had to surrender it
- 294. to a renegade cardinal, a Borgia
- 295. who wanted the Aylmer all to himself.
- 296. In 1699, the Aylmer reappeared in the
possession of one Don Manuel Perolta,
- 297. a Spanish viceroy and freelance corsair.
- 298. He lost the Aylmer to a Portuguese admiral
off the Barbary Coast
- 299. who himself was murdered within days
- 300. by a young midshipman
who fled with his prize to Africa.
- 301. There the Aylmer quickly fell
into the hands of a Mabootoo chief
- 302. whose tribe placed a deep religious value
in the Aylmer's many talents.
- 303. Then, during the Second World War,
- 304. a German munitions tycoon
bribed a battalion commander
- 305. to obtain the Aylmer for himself.
- 306. It didn't work out that way.
- 307. The Aylmer was brought to Berlin all right,
- 308. but he passed from host to host
for over three decades
- 309. until I tracked him down.
- 310. Until I paid for him
in both money and blood.
- 311. Until I made him mine.
- 312. - You're out of your mind.
- Give him to me!
- 313. He's mine, damn you.
- 314. Mine! Mine!
- 315. Mine, mine! Mine!
- 316. Mine, mine, mine!
- 317. Brian?
- 318. Hey, Brian, where were you?
- 319. Hey, Barbara's been calling.
She's called a couple of times already.
- 320. She's all upset and crying.
What happened with you two tonight?
- 321. What are you doing?
Where are you going?
- 322. We've gotta get out of here.
- 323. "We"? Who's "we"?
- 324. Me and Elmer, or Ulmer,
or whatever the hell he's called.
- 325. Who are you talking about?
- 326. The old man is right.
I've got to be in control.
- 327. - What old man?
- I've got to be in charge.
- 328. Look, Brian, I know
this is kind of tough for you,
- 329. but could you try making sense
for just a couple of minutes, please?
- 330. I've got to sort things out.
I've got to be in control.
- 331. Look, Brian, if you're in trouble,
if you need help, talk to me.
- 332. I'm your brother.
I'll help you.
- 333. Barbara will help you.
- 334. But we can't help you
if you won't talk to us.
- 335. We can't help you
if you're just going to run away.
- 336. I don't have time.
I've got to get out of here fast.
- 337. And go where?
- 338. Hey, Brian, hold it.
- 339. You forgot your buckets.
- 340. What a nice room, Brian.
This is a real classy place.
- 341. We've got to talk.
You've got to answer some questions.
- 342. - Like what?
- Like that old man.
- 343. Was anything he said true?
- 344. Aw, stupid old fool.
- 345. Kept me weak
by feeding me animal brains
- 346. while they drained me
like two shrivelled parasites.
- 347. They kept me weak,
but I still left them.
- 348. Is that what you want, Brian?
Want me to leave you, too?
- 349. - No, no. I just, I just...
- Damn right you don't.
- 350. So what are we doing here?
- 351. Look, I just want to sort things out.
- 352. You've got me so I can't think clearly.
I can't function clearly.
- 353. And I thought you were having
such a good time.
- 354. I was, I...
- 355. I am, but...
- 356. But I think something awful happened
last night, and I can't remember it.
- 357. I don't remember where I went
or who I met or what I did.
- 358. All I remember is feeling
something sticky in my pants
- 359. and finding them covered in blood.
- 360. And not my blood.
- 361. Part of my talent, Brian,
is to spare you any unpleasantness.
- 362. Yeah, but when it comes to
blood in my underwear,
- 363. I want to know how it got there.
- 364. Well, it's no big deal.
- 365. Nothing to get upset about.
- 366. It came from that girl at the club.
- 367. What girl?
- 368. The girl whose brains I ate.
- 369. What?
- 370. The blood came from the girl
whose brains I sucked out.
- 371. You sucked out her brains?
- 372. Yeah.
Right through her mouth.
- 373. - Is she dead?
- Of course she's dead.
- 374. What, are you kidding?
- 375. What are you telling me?
That we killed someone last night?
- 376. You really don't remember any of it?
- 377. No, no, I don't.
- 378. How about the nightwatchman?
- 379. - The nightwatchman?
- 380. Sucked him dry in the junkyard.
First night we went out.
- 381. Oh, my God.
- 382. - Want to hear the details?
- 383. You're a wreck, Brian.
You've got to relax.
- 384. Why don't you put me on your neck
and calm down?
- 385. - No way. It's not going to happen again.
- What isn't?
- 386. Killing people.
- 387. Oh.
- 388. I thought you meant getting high.
- 389. We can't keep killing people
every time you're hungry.
- 390. Oh, yes we can.
- 391. We'll do anything I want us to do.
- 392. You're mine now, Brian.
- 393. I own you.
- 394. Tacky, Brian, tacky.
- 395. Yeah, well, from now on, I'm the one
who's gonna be calling the shots.
- 396. I'm the one who's going to be in control.
- 397. You're not strong enough, Brian.
Your chemistry has changed.
- 398. Yeah? Well, then we'll stay here
until I get strong enough.
- 399. Till I get your goddamn fluid
out of my system.
- 400. - Then we're going to do things my way.
- Just like all the others, aren't you?
- 401. Maybe I should put you
in some kind of container.
- 402. Oh, don't worry, Brian.
- 403. I won't bite you while you're asleep.
No, no, no, no.
- 404. I want you to beg for it now.
- 405. Just like you're going to beg for a brain.
- 406. Good.
A little contest.
- 407. I don't get a brain,
you don't get my juice.
- 408. We'll just see who cracks first.
- 409. Yeah, well, we'll just see.
- 410. What's the matter, Brian?
- 411. Shut up!
- 412. Oh, please, Brian, you're not going to
throw up in front of me, are you?
- 413. I don't want to watch this.
- 414. Why did you bring me here?
Why couldn't you leave me home?
- 415. I'll tell you why, Brian.
- 416. It's cos you know
you're not going to win.
- 417. You know you're going to need my juice.
- 418. Oh...
- 419. You know the pain is going to get so big
that only my juice will stop it.
- 420. - Make it stop.
- Only my juice will help you.
- 421. You know that, don't you, Brian?
- 422. Deep down inside you know that.
- 423. Hey, Brian, why don't we go out tonight
and get us some girls?
- 424. Yeah, that's a swell idea.
- 425. Let's go up to 33rd Street
and get us some hookers.
- 426. Get ourselves a car and pile them in.
- 427. Boy, oh, boy, I could eat a million
of them tonight.
- 428. Uh...
- 429. Oh, my G...
- 430. Oh...
- 431. Uh... eww!
- 432. Uh...
- 433. Eww!
- 434. Uh...
- 435. Oh...!
- 436. Uh! Uh!
- 437. Oh! Oh!
- 438. Oh! Oh!
- 439. Uh-oh, Brian, now you're really
losing your mind.
- 440. Oh, my!
- 441. Well, well!
- 442. Ready to beg for it, Brian?
- 443. Ready to crawl across the floor
and plead for my juice?
- 444. No?
- 445. Not yet? Well...
- 446. Give it a few more hours, Brian.
- 447. Whenever you want the pain to stop,
I'll be here.
- 448. Whenever you want to stop hurting,
you come to me.
- 449. When the pain gets so great
you think you're turning inside out,
- 450. just ask for my juice.
- 451. Come to me when you're ready, Brian.
- 452. Come to me and get my juice.
- 453. Why, hello, Brian.
How are you? How are you doing?
- 454. Help me.
Please, help me.
- 455. Hey, of course I'll help you, Brian.
- 456. You and I are pals.
- 457. I'll be happy to help you.
- 458. But you'll have to feed me first.
- 459. You read the newspapers,
you listen to the TV news.
- 460. Talking about nuclear waste,
talking about nuclear bombs.
- 461. Nuclear war.
- 462. They're crying all over the place.
- 463. They're crying in America,
they're crying in Europe.
- 464. The whole world's
gonna come to an end.
- 465. If it's gonna go, man, it's gonna go,
- 466. and I'm gonna enjoy seeing
this whole friggin' world blow up.
- 467. And I'm gonna be smiling
while having my beer.
- 468. And I wanna see this last blast, baby.
- 469. I wanna see it go.
- 470. Are you nervous?
- 471. Hey, man, you new here?
- 472. Mm-hmm.
- 473. You OK?
- 474. Yeah.
- 475. Hey, it's cool.
No one's going to bother you.
- 476. What's your problem, man?
- 477. Huh?
- 478. Everything's fine.
- 479. All yours.
- 480. Aylmer?
- 481. Aylmer?
- 482. Aylmer?
- 483. Psst. Aylmer?
- 484. Lamont?
Lamont, is that you?
- 485. Asshole!
- 486. Shh!
Someone's gonna hear.
- 487. Thanks for putting up with me tonight.
I really needed to be with someone.
- 488. I'm glad you called.
- 489. I only wish there was more I could do.
- 490. Well, we checked with all his friends.
I don't know where else we could look.
- 491. Yeah, Dad called again last night.
He sounded really worried.
- 492. I didn't know what to tell him.
- 493. I can't deal with being dumped like this.
- 494. When you're close to someone,
you think you mean something to them.
- 495. It hurts to be so easily discarded like this.
- 496. I feel so worthless and shitty.
- 497. - And stupid.
- Stop it!
- 498. You're a very special lady,
- 499. and if Brian doesn't see it anymore,
well, I do.
- 500. Don't. Don't...
- 501. Look, you know
how I feel about you.
- 502. I only stayed away
because of Brian, but...
- 503. if it's really over between you...
- 504. I mean, if he's really left you...
- 505. No, don't.
- 506. Want me to take you home?
- 507. No.
- 508. I want to stay.
- 509. Shh!
- 510. Yoo-hoo, Brian.
- 511. Brian?
- 512. Oh, my God, Brian.
- 513. Where were you?
Where have you been?
- 514. Oh, Jesus, Brian.
- 515. - You both have to get out of here.
- Now, wait a minute.
- 516. Hold it, Brian,
this isn't what you...
- 517. You both have to be gone
when I get back.
- 518. Goddammit, Brian. You can't just
disappear and expect nothing to happen.
- 519. - You can't expect everyone to just...
- He's hungry again.
- 520. He ate a little while ago,
but he's hungry again.
- 521. What?
- 522. And when he gets hungry,
someone gets killed.
- 523. - "Killed"?
- When who gets hungry?
- 524. Both of us.
- 525. He needs the brains, but I need his juice.
It's as simple as that.
- 526. I tried to fight him,
but I can't.
- 527. - I can't. I can't.
- What the hell are you talking about?
- 528. And I can't cope with the killing.
- 529. I can't cope with knowing
I'm going to kill someone.
- 530. So I'll just take his juice
and never have to know.
- 531. But then I also won't know
if it's you or not.
- 532. If I'm high,
I won't know the difference.
- 533. And I don't want it to be you.
- 534. Either of you.
- 535. I don't want it to be you.
- 536. - Get away from me.
- Brian, hold it.
- 537. Leave me alone!
- 538. One brain's as good as the next.
- 539. Brian, you don't have to say anything.
You don't have to look at me.
- 540. But listen to me, please.
- 541. I know you're in trouble.
- 542. I know something's happened to you.
I know you need help.
- 543. I just... I just...
- 544. Jesus, Brian!
- 545. I thought you and I were having trouble
with our relationship.
- 546. I didn't think you'd be talking about
getting killed or killing someone or...
- 547. I can understand
you being upset with me.
- 548. I realize we have some problems
with our relationship.
- 549. But first, Brian, first you need help.
- 550. I've never seen anyone change as
drastically and as suddenly as you have.
- 551. You're like a total stranger to me now.
- 552. I'll be damned if I'm just going to walk off
and let you rot away.
- 553. I can't sit by and watch you disintegrate.
- 554. Brian, you're telling me
you're going to kill someone
- 555. and you don't even realize
you're killing yourself.
- 556. I wish I knew what to say
to get through to you.
- 557. I don't want anything to happen to you.
- 558. I was mad before.
I was angry.
- 559. That was because
I thought you were gone.
- 560. I don't want to lose you, Brian.
- 561. I don't want to lose you.
- 562. Brian...
- 563. We want it back.
We want it back now.
- 564. - You can't. He's...
- Put your hands up.
- 565. And get against the wall.
Blink your eyes and you're dead.
- 566. What the hell's going on out here?
- 567. Move it.
- 568. Listen, I really need him.
- 569. I'll get sick.
- 570. Aylmer.
- 571. Oh, Aylmer.
- 572. Oh.
- 573. Aylmer.
- 574. Aylmer.
- 575. Quick.
Bring him to me.
- 576. Hurry. Hurry.
- 577. - Give him to me, you stupid fool.
- 578. Oh... Aylmer.
- 579. Aylmer. Aylmer.
- 580. No!
- 581. Oh, Jesus, God,
let's get out of here.
- 582. I'm not finished.
- 583. I think...
I think I'm going to be sick.
- 584. OK, hold it.
- 585. Put me on your neck.
- 586. Argh!
- 587. Barbara?
- 588. Brian!
- 589. We'll do it again.