MTO S3 E6 – “Pivot” – Transcript

MOONBASE THETA, OUT – S3 Episode 6 – “Pivot”
by D.J. Sylvis

SCENE ONE

SOUND: Chime – Bookend

(We are in the outer office of the Enclave Officer in the Rio-Sao Paolo Space Administration Building. Officer Daniels is waiting.)

SOUND: Quiet office background

SOUND: Faint voices (inside next room, Enclave Officer / Enclave Announcer) – ongoing

AD VOICE 1

            (background, over a speaker)

When my husband gets caught up in a senssurround, they sometimes forget I exist! But I’ve got a little trick to bring them back to the outside world.

AD VOICE 2

            (similarly over speaker, sniffs)

Say, are you making En-Soy-Ment Riblets in Soy-B-Q Sauce?

AD VOICE 1

Only if you peel yourself off that couch!

            (patronizing laugh)

OFFICER DANIELS

They brought back the Riblets? Urgh.

SOUND: A door opens

ENCLAVE ANNOUNCER

I just think there’s a lot more we could do from here if we … you know?

ENCLAVE OFFICER

I do know.

ENCLAVE ANNOUNCER

And you’ll pass my ideas – you know, up?

ENCLAVE OFFICER

I will pass them up. Officer Daniels, I didn’t know you were waiting. 

OFFICER DANIELS

Yeah, umm, hi.

SOUND: Footsteps, an outer door opening

ENCLAVE ANNOUNCER

            (distant, leaving)

Goodbye! You’ll hear me on the feed!

ENCLAVE OFFICER

            (a bit further off as well)

Every day. Bye now.

SOUND: Footsteps coming back

ENCLAVE OFFICER

Officer Daniels. Talor. Thanks for coming in.

OFFICER DANIELS

Of course. What were they doing here?

ENCLAVE OFFICER

Big ideas for the sensurround program.

OFFICER DANIELS

We aren’t producing new content. They haven’t been on the feed in months.

ENCLAVE OFFICER

Their contract states they don’t want to know details about their audience. You could have saved me, you’re supposed to check in when you arrive.

OFFICER DANIELS

With who?

RECEPTION BOT

Prynhawn da! (Good afternoon!)

OFFICER DANIELS

            (startled)
Ah! I didn’t see that back there.

RECEPTION BOT

            (translated into Welsh)

Croeso i swyddfeydd Swyddog y Glofan (Welcome to the offices of Enclave Officer –)

SOUND: Garbled noises – bot voicebox malfunctioning

OFFICER DANIELS

I … thought you weren’t supposed to have one.

ENCLAVE OFFICER

Surplus. Plenty of offices shut down that I can borrow from.

RECEPTION BOT

Nid ydych chi ar fwydlen y dydd. (You are not on today’s menu.)

ENCLAVE OFFICER

This one needs a bit of work; it seems to be stuck on Welsh. But still nice to look at. Come on in.

OFFICER DANIELS

You know you’re a little creepy sometimes, right?

SOUND: Footsteps, office door closing

RECEPTION BOT

Daliwch ati i wylio’r Lleuad! (Keep watching the Moon!)

                                                            (Inside the main office now.)

SOUND: Armchair sliding out a bit as Daniels sits down

OFFICER DANIELS

This place is like a ghost town.

ENCLAVE OFFICER

All the better to keep people out of my way.

OFFICER DANIELS

The story is that it’s to shut you out.

ENCLAVE OFFICER

            (laughs)
I figured that conversation would have gotten around. She probably leaked it herself.

OFFICER DANIELS

Did she really blame you for the coffee?

ENCLAVE OFFICER

A scapegoat is a useful thing to have.

OFFICER DANIELS

Don’t get me wrong, it’s definitely gone downhill.

ENCLAVE OFFICER

And I didn’t offer you any.

SOUND: A slight beep for the intercom

RECEPTION BOT

Alla i’ch helpu chi? (Can I help you?)

ENCLAVE OFFICER

Could we get some coffee.

RECEPTION BOT

Cwpanaid o de poeth? (Hot cup of tea?)

ENCLAVE OFFICER

Coffee!

RECEPTION BOT

Cwpanaid o de? (Cup of tea?)

ENCLAVE OFFICER

Never mind.

SOUND: A slight beep for the intercom

ENCLAVE OFFICER

So, you know all of that, do you know what you’re doing here now?

OFFICER DANIELS

I thought maybe you needed an escort out of town. Drive you to the limits while you hide under a blanket, get you through the checkpoints.

ENCLAVE OFFICER

Very funny.

OFFICER DANIELS

What else have you got? The VP is after you, that’s not something you just shake –

ENCLAVE OFFICER

            (overlapping)

What’s the current status of Moonbase Theta?

OFFICER DANIELS

– off … what?

            (brief pause)

It’s … you know, it’s shut down. Like all the others.

ENCLAVE OFFICER

Do we know that for sure? Have we still got eyes up there?

OFFICER DANIELS

I mean … not now.

ENCLAVE OFFICER

I shouldn’t have sent L’Anglois to replace you. He was an acceptable obfuscation at the time, but I should have known the shutdown would get complicated. You would have kept that Comms Lead away from the Rovers, you would have shut down that trickery with the asteroid. You would have kept this goddamn tardigrade thing under control – that Doctor won an award just before the shutdown, right when I wanted all eyes pointed away from the Moon, he’s all over the feeds. I had to do some fast talking after that, but it all went down. Dammit, I wish you were still up there.

OFFICER DANIELS

Thanks, I guess? You understand I’d be in stasis. Just like everyone else.

ENCLAVE OFFICER

Fair point.

SOUND: Getting up from chair, pacing

ENCLAVE OFFICER

The Moonbase program was always gonna be my checkmate – I pulled in every favour from the Conglomerate, had agents infiltrating the others, it was just a matter of time and when every piece was in place, the pin in the grenade –

OFFICER DANIELS

            (interjection, maybe overlaps a little)

I’m not sure you’re playing chess the right way.

ENCLAVE OFFICER

– would have been my transformation of those sleepy little bunkers into my dominion. That would have balanced all the books. Everything I gave up to join the Consortium, to put myself in just the right position to show my hand –

OFFICER DANIELS

            (similarly to above)

Again, not applicable to chess –

SOUND: Falling into the chair again

ENCLAVE OFFICER

– but everything fell apart too soon. I needed those last few supply rockets. I had plans for those last few supply rockets. I had plans for the last weeks at that Base – and Parker blocked me at the goal line.

OFFICER DANIELS

I have got to teach you this game.

            (pause)

So what? You called me here for your big cartoon evildoer speech, since you never got to use it?

ENCLAVE OFFICER

You’re lucky I like you.

            (pause)

I called you for two reasons. First …

OFFICER DANIELS

Because Dear and Hartman have already run off?

ENCLAVE OFFICER

Because you’re loyal. You make your funny little comments, but I can trust you. You live up to your agency’s motto.

OFFICER DANIELS

“Diversity. Conformity. Security.” It’s on all the vehicles.

            (pause)
The, uh, other reason?

ENCLAVE OFFICER

Because you know that Moonbase. You know the people, the systems; you know how to get my work done up there. I don’t know what I would have done if you hadn’t set up those stasis pods to show warning lights all through the shutdown. Your Maintenance Lead was way too nosy, but that kept her distracted from a few other surprises.

OFFICER DANIELS

That still seems like a moot point now, but okay.

ENCLAVE OFFICER

We’ll see about that. I’ve got a few strings left to pull, a few files left open, a few agents in the field. Which is where you’re going, once we finish this briefing.

OFFICER DANIELS

Is that what you’re calling this?

ENCLAVE OFFICER

I may not be able to get you back to the Moon – not yet. But keep it on your to-do list. The Moon is definitely still in play.

OFFICER DANIELS

Now I wish I’d gotten that coffee.

ENCLAVE OFFICER

I can try again.

SOUND: A slight beep for the intercom

ENCLAVE OFFICER

Darlin’, can we get some coffee in here?

RECEPTION BOT

Mae’n ddrwg gen i, rydw i’n cael egwyl! (Sorry, I’m on my break!)

SOUND: A slight beep for the intercom

ENCLAVE OFFICER

I wish I understood one word of that. Still, keep your fingers crossed. We’ll find out in a minute.

SOUND: Keyboard noises, a pause, more keyboard noises

OFFICER DANIELS

So. You brought back the Riblets?

SOUND: Quiet office background ends

SOUND: Chime – Bookend

SCENE TWO

SOUND: Chime – Bookend

(We are in the laboratory. All the scientists are working on their own various projects.)

SOUND: Laboratory background (ongoing)

SOUND: The clink of laboratory instruments as the tardigrades are measured

SOUND: Small, squishy tardigrade noises (see S2 episodes) – continues through the next couple of lines

DR. JUST

Resuming lab notes. Subject … T-27. Length …length eight point six … eight point eight centimeters … no, eight point six. Stay still for a moment.

SOUND: Clunk of the scale

DR. JUST

Weight … I can’t … hold still, could you please?

            (brief pause, a bit exasperated)
Jules, could I borrow your balance and weighing enclosure?

            (after a moment)

Jules?

DR. SERANO

Oh I’m sorry, Edwin, did you say something?

DR. JUST

You know I did.

DR. SERANO

It sounded as if you were asking a favour.

DR. JUST

Good gods.

DR. SERANO

I’m just thinking back to yesterday when I asked if you could watch Subject H-4 while I went to the kitchen and you …

DR. JUST

There were muffins, Jules. Do you know how long it’s been since I’ve had a –

DR. DAY

Do you think you could keep it down over there? We’re elbows-deep in real science and there’s no time for your nonsense!

DR. SERANO

For our nonsense?

DR. RINGLING

Don’t.

DR. SERANO

For our nonsense?

DR. RINGLING

Please don’t.

DR. SERANO

Edwin, hold my hedgehog.

SOUND: Small hedgehog noise

DR. RINGLING

We’re so close to achieving a three-dimensional crystalline structure, it took months before the shutdown and we’ve rebuilt it in days, if you could just –

DR. DAY

Don’t make excuses, Kris. Now where is my dueling puppet?

SOUND: A few footsteps, the sound of lab instruments striking together as Dr. Day searches

SOUND: A moment later, the sliding door to the lab opening

SOUND: The sliding door closing again, under the beginning of the next line

DR. SEMAAN

            (words tumbling over each other but not too fast, no pauses)

Hello, all! Nice to see folks up and around, I’ve been in the tunnels since five but I’m just a go-getter. Been examining the seismic joints in the lining around the living quarters, made some notes for repairs but nothing looked too terrible, not like the mining tunnels where we’re moving to a new junction, and I drank most of a pot of coffee which is doing really interesting things to my heart rate! So greetings! Did you know there were muffins?

DR. SERANO

I believe I did hear something about muffins.

DR. JUST

Jules …

SOUND: Footsteps across the room

DR. SEMAAN

Morning, Kris. Need a hand with that? It looks a bit fragile.

DR. RINGLING

            (a bit flustered)

Thank you … umm, Amal.

SOUND: Slight sciencey plasma stabilizing thing

DR. DAY

That all sounded suspiciously like engineering.

DR. SEMAAN

Here, I brought you back a moon rock.

SOUND: We hear Dr. Day catch it

DR. DAY

Ooh! Basalt! I’ve always been interested in the europium anomaly.

DR. SEMAAN

I’ve taken several trips to the highlands for comparison, if you’d like to see my research.

            (brief pause)
Do I even have a workstation in here? Oh, here we are, someone’s been using it to build a … monster ranch? Okay, I can get behind that.

SOUND: Legos clacking together

SOUND: Various repeats of science sounds from earlier in the scene – everyone is at work

DR. JUST

Jules, that balance, may I?

DR. SERANO

On your guarantee that the next time you dash off to the kitchen …I get my share.

DR. JUST

Agreed.

SOUND: Muted beeping we’ve not heard before (scientific scale)

DR. DAY

Kris, are we stable now?

DR. JUST

That’s a loaded question.

SOUND: Guarded giggles around the room

DR. RINGLING

It’s coming together … I think we might have it …

DR. SEMAAN

Pardon me, behind you there.

SOUND: Scuffling as Dr. Semaan slides past

DR. SEMAAN

All good now, sorry to bother you.

DR. RINGLING

            (distracted but in a very pleasant way)

No bother at all. I was just …

SOUND: A disappointing plasma-y sound (make that what you will, I guess)

DR. DAY

The plasma! The crystals!

DR. RINGLING

I’m … sorry, I’ll set things back so we can start again.

DR. DAY

You’re lucky I have this very distracting Moon rock.

DR. SERANO

Do you have to keep calling it that? We’re on the Moon. They’re all Moon rocks.

DR. DAY

Moony moony moon rock.

DR. SERANO

            (sighs, then after a pause)

While everyone’s here … what happened in that meeting? Edwin, I thought you had everything arranged.

DR. JUST

All of us were in that room. There wouldn’t even be a plan if not for me.

DR. SEMAAN

Am I missing something? Everyone spoke their piece, all opinions were heard. That’s how it’s supposed to work.

DR. RINGLING

I know there were a few chaotic moments –

DR. DAY

Kris, we all know you … did your best.

DR. RINGLING

Thank you. I know that wasn’t a compliment, but I’m taking it anyway.

DR. DAY

At the end of the day, we’re all here doing science. On … various levels. What more do we need?

DR. SERANO

I was under the impression we were taking control of the Moonbase.

DR. SEMAAN

Whoa, whoa, whoa. Nobody said anything about –

DR. SERANO

My experiments – uninterrupted, uncompromised experiments – are my main concern as well, but I thought we agreed to achieve that goal through full domination.

DR. JUST

That may be stating it a bit strongly.

DR. SERANO

You said, “If we stand together, we can keep this Base moving forward in the name of Science.” Isn’t that what you meant?

DR. JUST

I suppose so, but perhaps not quite as … authoritarian.

DR. RINGLING

I should hope not! I was discussing the benefits of the Freehold model, as well as –

DR. SERANO

If you wish to suppress the achievements of the most skilled individuals, which includes at least some of the people in this room –

DR. SEMAAN

Hey, don’t shout at Kris! They’re only trying to –

DR. SERANO

They’re trying to invalidate my accomplishments!

DR. SEMAAN

And you’re trying to invalidate the voice of the people!

DR. JUST

All right now, remember this is a laboratory, there are delicate experiments in progress.

DR. SEMAAN

As long as one of those experiments isn’t fascism.

DR. SERANO

Of course, that’s definitely where I was going. You’ve got me. Doctor Day, are you playing with your finger puppet or are you taking part in this discussion?

DR. DAY

            (Dr. Raptor voice)

What happened to my dinosaurs-and-chocolate campaign? Dino-chocolate! Dino-chocolate!

            (after a moment, regular voice)

And then we could have chocolate chip muffins! Oh my gosh!

DR. SERANO

Are you sure you didn’t freeze a little too solid in stasis?

DR. JUST

            (overlapping a bit)

Kris, can’t you do something here?

DR. RINGLING

            (overlapping as well)

Short of a cattle prod, I don’t know what –

DR. SEMAAN

            (overlapping as well)

I do love the free exchange of ideas in the morning.

DR. JUST

            (yelling)

My tardigrades have grown agitated!

SOUND: The door to the lab sliding open

                                                            (Suddenly, everyone is silent for a moment.)

SOUND: Slight tardigrade noises from before

DR. JUST

            (under his voice, calming them)
There … there.

ZHONG

Um … hi. Everyone.

SOUND: Quiet footsteps as he walks in

ZHONG

Has anyone seen Wilder?

DR. SERANO

Right. Wilder, what was she trying to say in there?

DR. JUST

            (with relief)

Absolutely, Wilder was just …

DR. DAY

I mean, right?

ZHONG

You’re telling me? She’s impossible! She used to make me sign out the duct tape. Can you believe that? Biometric scanning and everything, like I’m the one who’s not trustworthy.

            (brief pause)

Don’t get me wrong, I don’t want her job, she knows every inch of this place like the back of her – you know. But try to work with her every day!

DR. JUST

            (after a pause)

Well, she hasn’t been through here.

ZHONG

Okay. Thanks.

DR. SEMAAN

Good seeing you, though!

DR. RINGLING

Thanks for stopping by!

ZHONG

You too. Umm … gonna go check the kitchen, I guess.

DR. SERANO

The kitchen! I believe I’ll come with you.

            (pause)

Edwin, you’ll watch my hedgehogs?

SOUND: A moment’s pause, then the sliding door again

DR. DAY

Back to Science, everyone!

            (hastily)

Oh, Kris, stay out of that folder. Those notes are way too advanced for you.

SOUND: Laboratory background ends

SOUND: Chime – Bookend

SCENE THREE

SOUND: Chime – Bookend

(Wilder is outside the Base, on the surface doing maintenance on the solar panels.)

SOUND: Spacesuit background (regular chime, breathing – see S2E10)

WILDER

All right, two panels replaced on th’ western array, not too bad really when y’ think about it. Of course, new panels are one of th’ many things we can’t just call down to Earth and order now. That’s gonna make things interestin’ eventually. I wonder how long the arrays up at th’ poles are gonna last? That’s a cheerful little thought, Wilder, for the surface of th’ Moon standin’ all alone.

            (pause for a few moments)

Let’s shake that right out of our heads. Onward and over, Eastern array.

SOUND: Wilder moving inside the suit, grunting softly as she starts working

WILDER

This is when I’d usually catch up on my messages back t’ home. Stop it now, that’s not any better. Look, I see one, two, three panels out on this side. Let’s get t’ work.

SOUND: Wilder’s arm revs up, muffled in the suit

WILDER

            (singing to herself)

“Hey now, you’re an all star / Get your game on, go play / Hey now, you’re a rock star / Get the show on, get paid …”

TUMNUS

Wilder.

WILDER

Ahh! You scared th’ crap out of me. Which is kinda dangerous in these suits. You gotta give a girl some warnin’ here.

TUMNUS

I’m not sure how I could warn you that wouldn’t be just as surprising.

WILDER

Fair enough. But y’ made me go all OMGWTFBBQ inside. Is everythin’ okay?

TUMNUS

Yes.

            (brief pause)
And, well … no.

WILDER

Narrow it right down there, why don’t you?

TUMNUS

There are no emergencies. But … I wanted to talk to you alone.

WILDER

You picked th’ right place, at least.

TUMNUS

The scientists are getting agitated. More so.

WILDER

Always the goddamn Illuminati.

TUMNUS

We’ve got to get serious before they take some sort of drastic action.

WILDER

Yeah. I don’t know that they’d blow the place up, or find some way to call the Consortium we haven’t figured yet … but I don’t not know it, either.

TUMNUS

I don’t think we should call the Consortium.

WILDER

Me either. Glad my co-conspirator feels the same.

TUMNUS

Eventually, if there is a way, we might have no choice. Unless Nessa’s plan …

WILDER

Yeah. It’s all hangin’ on that. And we’ve still only got half her notes, right?

TUMNUS

I can’t find more. Jaxon is looking too, in case there’s a connection I missed. Chances are, they’re with the partner on Earth she mentioned.

WILDER

Which again, can’t call and shouldn’t call. Just a sec here.

SOUND: Wilder’s arm revs up, muffled in the suit

WILDER

            (she grunts, tightening up a bolt)

It’s so weird not t’ hear a satisfying little clunk when I seat a bolt right. I feel it, a little, but I miss that clunk.

TUMNUS

Here, let me know when, and I can …

SOUND: A metal clunking sound, played through the speaker

WILDER

            (laughs)
I appreciate the effort. So, what can we do with what we’ve got?

TUMNUS

Jaxon is working to bring the farm back to full capacity. I can attempt to apply Nessa’s concepts regarding the recycling systems, though in the end the application would be up to you.

WILDER

Right. Part of why I’m out here is to have a good long think on my piece of it all. I wish we’d gotten to have that chat.

TUMNUS

I agree.

WILDER

All right, another bolt ready here, if you want to play along. Annnd … now!

SOUND: Wilder’s arm revs up, muffled in the suit

SOUND: A metal clunking sound, played through the speaker

WILDER

Nice work there.

TUMNUS

We will reach a point where things begin to break down. We could really use some help from –

WILDER

Th’ science bros, yeah. We’re back full circle.

            (she sighs)
They ain’t big fans of the two of us, I’m sure you noticed.

TUMNUS

Every time they call me, “The computer,” I have this urge to cut back on the oxygen in the lab.

WILDER

            (laughs)

That might do th’ trick. I don’t think they’re gonna join us the easy way. In the end, we’ll need other folks too – Pacey, and even Zhong, though I think he’s gonna go against anythin’ I propose just to be contrary. So …

TUMNUS

So.

WILDER

Good thing Ponyo loves Revolution.

TUMNUS

I get all of your references, but I’m not sure I understand the point.  

WILDER

Let it go, Elsa.

            (brief pause)

What’s our plan? Occupy the kitchen, put Eliza between them and the muffins until they crack? I’m not completely kiddin’, that might do it for me.

TUMNUS

I don’t think that would please Jaxon.

WILDER

Fair.

TUMNUS

They have no respect for us. But …

            (fake Yoda voice)

“There is another.”   

WILDER

            (laughs)

Tumnus, you sly dog. You just said you don’t get memes.

TUMNUS

I said I get them, I just don’t know why they work. But it’s obvious they do.

WILDER

You aren’t sayin’ we put our trust in …I know you’ve spent a lot of time with him lately, but I was around him plenty before, and … really? Really?

TUMNUS

Roger is … complicated, but I trust him.

WILDER

I trust him about as far as I could throw him. Not countin’ th’ low gravity or usin’ Eliza.

TUMNUS

He’d be a figurehead, disguising our involvement in the decisions. We’d tell him what to say.   

WILDER

Oh – so he’d be our puppet! You should ‘a started with that. Okay, I’m in. But you gotta talk to him.

TUMNUS

We understand each other.

WILDER

A challenger appears! It’s worth a shot. Okay, one more bolt here and I’m done. You ready, partner?

TUMNUS

Ready.

WILDER

And …

SOUND: Wilder’s arm revs up, muffled in the suit

SOUND: A metal clunking sound, played through the speaker

WILDER

Good job! Let’s wrap this up, though, I’m runnin’ a bit low on O2 myself. Gonna start heading back.

SOUND: Quiet impact through the suit as she walks back toward the bunker (ongoing)

WILDER

There’s lots we’ve got to plan. They just brushed off talkin’ about the other Moonbases – and especially if we can’t get the rest of Nessa’s notes, we’re gonna need their resources.

TUMNUS

That could raise some ethical issues, depending on what you mean to do.

WILDER

      (sighs)

I know. But what doesn’t, from where we’re sittin’?

TUMNUS

If it’s that or the Consortium …

WILDER

We’re gonna need a plan for that too, in case we do have to call, or in case they … just notice we’re up here movin’ around.

TUMNUS

I might have an idea that would help with that.

WILDER

Well, havin’ been your last big idea, I’m listenin’.

TUMNUS

It would give us more leverage in dealing with the science … bros, as well.

WILDER

Now you’re talkin’.

            (pause)

What are you talkin’?

TUMNUS

In both situations, what we need is a particularly devious mind.

WILDER

            (putting it together all at once)

And y’ happen to know one of those.

TUMNUS

            (a bit amused)

Better than anyone.

            (brief pause)
Though I’m not completely sure what zir reaction will be.

WILDER

Well, I’m gonna trust your judgement. I damn well better at this point.

            (brief pause)

And … here we are.

SOUND: Suit impacts from walking stop

TUMNUS

Would you like me to open the airlock?

WILDER

Nah, Eliza likes usin’ the manual release.

SOUND: Wilder’s arm revs up, muffled in the suit

SOUND: Muffled vibrations through the suit as the airlock closes again

SOUND: Slight hissing noise as the room is repressurized

TUMNUS

            (tentatively)

Wilder …

WILDER

            (teasing a little)

Tumnus …

TUMNUS

There is one more thing I’ve wanted to tell you. Or I should say, needed to.

WILDER

This sounds all sorts o’ ominous.

TUMNUS

I thought it was best to wait until you were alone.

WILDER

You might not be able to see through the suit, but I’m givin’ you the Awkward Monkey Puppet look.

SOUND: The hissing noise ends, the room is pressurized

TUMNUS

Well …

WILDER

            (after waiting through a pause)
Well? I got to get back inside, Eliza binds up in the suit when there’s air pressure.

TUMNUS

Eliza is a part of this. I’m just not … it involves information I discovered during the repairs.

WILDER

Now you gotta tell me.

TUMNUS

You deserve to know. I would want to know.

WILDER

Oh, goddamn it. Depressurize.

SOUND: Slight hissing noise as the room is repressurized

WILDER

We’ll take this back outside if we need to. All right, partner?

TUMNUS

All … right.

(For a few moments, we hear Wilder going back through the process of leaving the airlock:)

SOUND: Muffled vibrations through the suit as the airlock closes again

SOUND: Impacts through the suit as Wilder steps back outside

WILDER

Come on, then. Out with it.

SOUND: Chime – Bookend

                                                            (The episode ends.)

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