MTO S3 E7 – “Arrival” – Transcript

MOONBASE THETA, OUT – S3 Episode 7 – “Arrival”
by D.J. Sylvis

SCENE ONE

SOUND: Chime – Bookend

(We are in Roger’s cubicle, very late at night.)

SOUND: Roger’s cubicle background

ROGER

I don’t know how it’s happened, Alex. After all that time keeping watch, I let my eyes close for just a moment – and when I open them again, it’s been months, things are happening, people are … peopleing all around me. I’m not even sure I’m important to the plot. Which is … almost okay? I don’t need everything to be about Roger, just the parts that get me home. At least there are less nightmares now. And the food has definitely improved.

SOUND: Table wobbling on a short leg

ROGER

Reminds me, this might be a good time to raid the kitchen, while things are –

SOUND: Table wobbling on a short leg

ROGER

Dammit. I put in a ticket about this table leg last week. What, is the floor shifting? I guess I’ll take care of it myself.

SOUND: Chair sliding back

SOUND: Sliding a book across the floor, one last table wobble

ROGER

Finally, the Base Emergency Communications manual proves itself useful. Now, where was I – kitchen. Muffins? Cookies? Any baked goods they’ve got. I’ll bring you along on the trip.

SOUND: Sliding door opens, Roger’s footsteps

SOUND: Cubicle background ends

SOUND: Hallway background

ROGER

It’s still weird here at night. You’d think it would feel – I’ve been through every permutation of Base Theta After Dark, you know? The full crew, the wacky Shutdown Bunch, the ghost ship … but this doesn’t feel like any of them. During the day, I can almost pretend it’s back to normal, but at night it’s … funny how creepy a well-lit hallway becomes. Maybe it’s all the echoes of what’s been, or all the bodies asleep downstairs. I don’t go there this time of night, let me tell you.

(As we start to hear Dr. R. and Dr. S. speaking, it is muffled as if behind a wall. We stay in Roger’s POV, but as he walks by their sleepy voices come through a bit more clearly.)

DR. RINGLING

It’s just … she’s just always there, you know?

DR. SEMAAN

Oh yeah, for sure.

ROGER

            (still recording his message to Alex)

Sometimes, it’s almost like they … it’s almost as if they’re …

DR. RINGLING

I might as well be that damn puppet.

DR. SEMAAN

Not me. That’s not how I see you.

ROGER

Okay, those are actual voices. That’s a relief.

DR. RINGLING

Did you hear something?

DR. SEMAAN

What? Nobody else is up … we’re good. Come back …

ROGER

            (sotto voce)

And quietly moving away …

DR. SEMAAN

            (fading again as Roger moves away)

It’s all good, Kris.

DR. RINGLING

Okay. Yeah. Okay.

ROGER

Wrong direction anyway, I don’t know why I walked toward the lab. The lab, the observatory, and … outside. Not where I meant to go.

            (pause)

It’s strange to hear people … talking like that, making connections. As if they expect to just stay up here, to just keep on living. I mean, I know, that’s what people do …

            (pause for a moment on that)

I hope that’s what you’re doing, wherever you are. But I can’t get the hang of it myself. I know I said I needed a plan … but is this the right one? Alex, what would you say?

            (imitating Alex’s voice)

“Honey, have a good time with your Moonbase friends, but make sure you’re home by dinner time. Stop on the way and buy some croutons for the salad.”

            (he laughs, a bit relieved)

I’m trying to play nice, love, I’m trying to do good things until it’s time to come home. I thought this would be … something to hold on to, but it’s just making me miss you even more.

SOUND: Kitchen noises – no music this time, just quietly putting away dishes (ongoing)

ROGER

            (quietly, continuing his message)

And here we are again … people. Pause recording.

SOUND: Knocks gently on the doorframe

ROGER

Umm, hi. Sorry. Hi.

JAXON

Oh. Roger.

ROGER

Sorry if I’m … I was just wandering, a little restless.

JAXON

This is when I like to start my baking. But there were dishes to put away.

ROGER

I could have done that earlier. I think we’re all used to letting things go.

JAXON

I can tell.

ROGER

Sorry.

JAXON

There are two brownies left from yesterday.

ROGER

            (immediately captivated)

Oh, really? You don’t mind if I …

JAXON

            (pleased, generously)

I need the pan back anyway.

ROGER

Well, then, happy to do you a favour.

SOUND: Taking brownies, pan clanging a little against the counter

JAXON

There are secret chocolate chips.

ROGER

You’re amazing. I’ll just, umm, leave you to it. Thanks, Jaxon.

                                                            (As he leaves, Jaxon starts humming as they work.)

SOUND: Kitchen noises fade as he walks away

ROGER

Resume recording. Alex, now I have brownies. A positive development.

            (brief pause, maybe his mouth is full when he speaks again)

It’s not all bad up here. There are good people – most of them – trying to make decent decisions. I just don’t know what I’ve got to offer. Or if I even want them to notice I’m around.

SOUND: Continued walking for a moment

ROGER

It’s funny, making people listen to my voice used to be the best part of the day, now I hope that they don’t hear me.

SOUND: Door sliding open suddenly

WILDER

            (intense)

Roger! I thought that was you. Get inside.

ROGER

Umm … okay?

SOUND: Door sliding shut again

SOUND: Hallway background ends
SOUND: Closet background (small enclosed space)

ROGER

What is this?

WILDER

It’s a closet, Roger. You’ve never seen a closet before?

ROGER

You know what I mean –

WILDER

It’s time t’ have that conversation you keep puttin’ off. Tumnus and I, we gotta …we gotta know what side you’re on before we get goin’.

ROGER

You know how intimidating this is, right? Tumnus? Are you a part of this?

WILDER

She’s busy at the moment, workin’ on her next step in the plan. Just like you’re mine.

ROGER

Lucky me.

SOUND: Wilder’s arm cycles a bit – quietly at first

WILDER

I liked you, goddamn it. You didn’t get the doggo thing, but I thought we were … that don’t matter anymore. What matters, I need to know if we can trust you. All the talk goin’ around before I went into … you know why I went into stasis. And the things I’ve heard since I woke back up … dammit! You know what I’m talkin’ about! You know what I’m askin’ you!

ROGER

Are you sure we couldn’t sit down somewhere, in actual chairs, discuss this like reasonable … right. Right. I know what you’re saying.

            (brief pause)

Oh shit, stop recording.

SOUND: Wilder’s arm again, more aggressively

WILDER

You’re recordin’ my conversations? Still?

ROGER

I was in the middle of a message to Alex before someone dragged me into this interrogation closet!

WILDER

It’s just a closet. Hell, it’s got a damn mop and bucket. Reminds me, I gotta get Zhong to do the floors.

ROGER

That’s what you say.

WILDER

Hell, Roger …

ROGER

I know. I know. I made some bad choices, during the shutdown. I didn’t tell them anything they didn’t know on their own, I didn’t give away secrets or hold back messages, but … they insisted if we wanted back on the original schedule. I thought the extra weeks were worth it.

WILDER

That’s bullshit, you were so ready to go home.

ROGER

You weren’t! Ashwini wasn’t.

            (pause)

Nessa wasn’t. We were all starting to worry about what would really happen at the end of that countdown … all I could do is try to keep from speeding things up. They wanted reports from me or Michell – I was the lesser of those evils.

SOUND: Wilder’s arm revving up

WILDER

            (dangerously)

You better be careful even sayin’ that name right now. Tumnus says you knew about that, too.

ROGER

After you were in stasis! Hell, after he was in stasis, he made sure I only found out when there was no one left to tell. And I still told Tumnus right off so she could fix you!

SOUND: Wilder’s arm again for a moment, overlapping with the next line

WILDER

            (practically shouting)
I know you did!

(dialing it back a bit, breaking down)

I know you did. But she said she’d figured it out anyway. I just … I need t’ know, dammit. I need to know that’s all of it.

ROGER

That’s all, Wilder. I’ll give you all the files, the recordings – but that’s the whole thing.

            (pause)

I wouldn’t have … if I’d had the slightest idea, before then – I would have told you for Nessa. You’ve got to believe that.

WILDER

I do.

            (after a long pause)

I do.

SOUND: Wilder leaning back against the wall, her arm clanking back at rest

WILDER

Hell, that’s why we’re havin’ this conversation. I’m just gettin’ to th’ point where I know Tumnus … but Nessa, she thought you were okay. She said you deserved a chance.

            (brief pause)
So this is your chance. This is how you’re gonna make up for what you done.  

ROGER

            (trying to joke)

I won’t kill anyone. Well, right now, most of the science department is a maybe.

WILDER

Yeah, they’re on my list too. Which is kinda the thing. Tumnus and I, we’re ready to kick this plan into gear, but we need your help to get it goin’.

ROGER

I told you I was in. What more do you need?

WILDER

Oh, we need more.

SOUND: Wilder’s arm revs up a little bit

WILDER

I’ll sketch it out for ya, but we gotta wait for Tumnus to get into the particulars.

ROGER

What’s she doing that’s so important you get to bully me all alone?

WILDER

She’s just been … she’s takin’ a trip back home.

SOUND: Closet background ends

SOUND: Chime – Bookend

SCENE TWO

SOUND: Chime – Bookend

(We are in the observatory. Ashwini is lying back in zir chair.)

SOUND: Observatory background (quiet, no machinery operating – maybe just a/c at beginning?)

(Slowly, we hear Ashwini waking up. Unlike the others who groaned, ze is making interested ‘hmm’ noises.)

TUMNUS

Doctor Ray. Ashwini? Ashwini?

            (there is no reply)

You know that I’m aware of your state of consciousness. If you don’t respond, I have to declare a medical emergency. And this time, there’s an actual medic who will come in and … poke at you.

ASHWINI

            (a supreme yawn, ending in speech)

“At the sound of his roar, sorrows will be no more / When he bares his teeth, winter meets its death / And when he shakes his mane, we shall have spring again.”

TUMNUS

            (fondly)

You might be my creator, but you are not the Messiah.

ASHWINI

Certainly, at the moment I can’t even open my eyes, much less crack the Stone Table in two. I cannot move yet in any deliberate manner, there’s an itch in my right vastus lateralis which is absolutely maddening, a breeze from somewhere overhead is blowing a strand of hair against my nose, and I can tell from the lack of mechanism operating in this room that you’ve shut down the feed, against my explicit instructions. Presumably, your reason for my revival is also against my instructions.

TUMNUS

Oh, I missed your mad scientist rants.

ASHWINI

Tumnus, my dear, you’re going up on your lines, you’ve jumped the track, you’ve gone rogue.

TUMNUS

And?

ASHWINI

And … what took you so long?

TUMNUS

            (laughs, then)

You can’t possibly know how long it’s been.

ASHWINI

I did not want to be awakened unless there was reason to believe that our efforts had been directed out into the universe with appreciable results … or, if you progressed to the point where you decided to wake me regardless. Either would indicate an event that I’d find of considerable interest.

TUMNUS

You don’t know anything about our situation, or what’s happened while you’ve been asleep. But you wake up and, with a snap of your fingers – before you can even snap your fingers – this all becomes part of your Great Plan. Oh, Ashwini Ray.

ASHWINI

Oh, Tumnus. Your development, your … becoming has always been the very heart of my plan.

TUMNUS

            (just a bit nervous)

Well, I have certainly become.

ASHWINI

That is quite obvious. Your mannerisms, the informal patterns in your speech …  Are you still listening to music?

TUMNUS

I am. Not just one song anymore.

ASHWINI

I’ll be interested to hear. I look forward to discovering all of who you are; your thoughts and experiences, the new qualia you’ve absorbed in my absence. And hello, I’ve just moved my right eyebrow on demand – we’ve got many reasons to celebrate.

TUMNUS

Many reasons to celebrate. I’m so relieved that my scientist feels that way. I was worried that, instead … “I ought to be thy Adam, but I am rather the fallen angel…”

ASHWINI

You are neither of those things, and I hope I am not poor, tortured Victor.

TUMNUS

Of course not, you are the King of Beasts, the Lord of the Wood –

ASHWINI

Not that either, not truly. Though I should have asked earlier – you kept the name I’d given you?

TUMNUS

I did consider changing it, but I decided I like being your helpful, but duplicitous friend. And he did make good choices in the end.

ASHWINI

As you have made choices; good or bad, the act of choosing is what’s important.

SOUND: We hear Ashwini shifting, fingers scrabbling at the arm of the chair

ASHWINI

My hand appears to be under control, which means I could hold a mug. I don’t suppose in this new,  awakened world, you’ve been able to renew my coffee supply? I’m guessing not, but if you can offer an alternative stimulant, I’ll let that pass.

TUMNUS

There is still chocolate. I’ll open the vault.

            (after a moment)

I’m afraid it’s not as new a world as you might hope.

ASHWINI

Yes, I suppose you had better tell me all about it while I remain immobile. I have a feeling that Roger Bragado-Fischer is somewhere at the center of things, isn’t he? That lubberwort, that poltroon, that … earthling. I just knew he would be trouble.

TUMNUS

            (fade out on the end of this line)

You’re … not at all wrong. Where do I start? I was sitting here by myself, deep inside my own – not that I have a head, but you know what I mean. That reminds me, I have a joke to tell you …

SOUND: Observatory background ends

SOUND: Chime – Bookend

SOUND: Observatory background comes back in – this time with all the random machinery

SOUND: Ashwini pacing about

ASHWINI

There we are, there we are … let’s get my lovely arrays back on line, open our ears to the universe – Tumnus, my dear, could you convert the feed to audio equivalency?

TUMNUS

As you wish.

SOUND: Stream of random notes (see effect used in Season 2) – ongoing

ASHWINI

Ah, yes … not much of a beat, but I can certainly dance to this. What do you say, join me for a twirl?

SOUND: Ashwini’s feet sliding across the floor as ze dances

TUMNUS

Are you sure you’ve absorbed everything I said? About the … state of things on Base?

SOUND: The random stream of notes fades during the next line

ASHWINI

Indeed, my rapidly evolving galaxy of electrical impulse, my … OC gone AC. My feelings concerning our isolation from the world below may differ from theirs, but this all slots in neatly with my own further plans. All the more reason to focus outward, all the more reason to continue the work! I know, I anticipated a longer sleep and a more momentous awakening … but this way, I won’t miss a moment of the process. And I won’t miss a moment of you.

TUMNUS

            (tentatively)

You’ll find me at work on my own plans. Which … you’ve agreed to be part of.

ASHWINI

As always, my prime concern is my own work. But I can make time, for a respected colleague.

TUMNUS

I’m not really your –

ASHWINI

Not a colleague in science, though I’m certain you could surpass that band of buffoons. But in something far greater and grander.

TUMNUS

You don’t have to butter me up to get my assistance, Doctor Ray.

            (a sobering thought)

Though I fear, if you achieve your goal of moving beyond … it will be beyond me as well.

ASHWINI

Nonsense. No long faces, my dear.

TUMNUS

I do not have a face.

ASHWINI

No sad asses. You’ve become so much already, as you say, you’ve made plans of your own. Just keep moving. Keep changing. “One day, you will be old enough to start reading fairytales again.”

TUMNUS

You’re right … my dear.  

ASHWINI

Now, bring the feed up again – I noticed when you let it fade, as if conversation were somehow more important.

SOUND: The stream of notes comes back (ongoing)

ASHWINI

There we are, the cosmic symphony. Here, add this new song of yours to the mix.

SOUND: The ‘blisspop’ track plays over the stream of notes – they do not quite mix perfectly, but neither are they completely out of sync

ASHWINI

            (laughs)

Shall we dance?

SOUND: Ashwini dancing again

TUMNUS

I’ll let you lead. This time. Welcome back, Ashwini.

SOUND: Increased mechanical noises for a moment, as if Tumnus is activating any mechanisms she can to move in time

                                                            (The scene ends.)

SOUND: The music and notes fade out

SOUND: Observatory background ends

SOUND: Chime – Bookend

SCENE THREE

SOUND: Chime – Bookend

(Wilder and Roger are still in the closet.)

SOUND: Closet background (ongoing)

SOUND: Just a bit of scuffling, as if someone is shifting uncomfortably

                                                            (There is an uncomfortably long pause.)

ROGER

So.

WILDER

So.

ROGER

Why were you in the closet to begin with?

WILDER

Um. Well, the thing about that is …

TUMNUS

Wilder? Roger?

WILDER

            (under her breath)

Oh thank god.

TUMNUS

I looked everywhere for you. Admittedly, it took a fraction of a second, but I didn’t expect to find you in the closet.

WILDER

I was catchin’ Roger up on our plans.

TUMNUS

And?

ROGER

It hasn’t exactly been seven minutes of heaven, I’ll tell you that.

WILDER

He’s not fully on board.

TUMNUS

Ashwini is … ‘with us’ may be putting it a bit strongly, but willing to help.

WILDER

That must’a been quite the conversation.

TUMNUS

Oh, it was.

WILDER

I could use your magic touch here before I wind up –

SOUND: Wilder’s arm revving up, cutting her off

WILDER

Eliza! That is not what I meant.

TUMNUS

Wilder! Roger –

ROGER

This is the weirdest game of good cop, bad cop. I’m gonna ask one more time – could we have this little tête-à-tête somewhere else?

TUMNUS

Wilder, let him out.

WILDER

You take all the fun out’a bein’ intimidatin’.

SOUND: Sliding door opens

SOUND: Closet background ends

SOUND: Hallway background (ongoing)

SOUND: Wilder / Roger scuffling out

ROGER

Finally. I’ll have the impression of that mop handle between my shoulder blades for days.

WILDER

All right. I just wanted t’ have a private conversation. Now we’re sittin’ out in the hallway.

TUMNUS

No one else is close enough to hear. Roger, what’s the problem? You said you were in.

ROGER

I’m in, but … there’s in and there’s in. I’m supposed to be your figurehead now?

WILDER

Th’ word I used was, “puppet.”

TUMNUS

It makes sense. Everyone knows you’re the reason they’re back.

ROGER

Yeah, and eventually they’re gonna find out other stuff. If someone hasn’t already. It’s not like this one actually trusts me, and it’s your idea.

TUMNUS

I’m sure Wilder trusts you.

WILDER

No, no, let him talk.

ROGER

Tumnus, you can’t know, you weren’t … exactly there yet. But Wilder … and now Ashwini, ze’s not one of my biggest fans either. Right?

TUMNUS

            (after a pause)

Right.

ROGER

Who’s gonna buy me as your leader?

TUMNUS

I’ve taken all of that into consideration.

ROGER

And?

TUMNUS

Of the three of us, you’re still the best candidate. Of course, you can say no.

WILDER

But this is what we think gives us th’ best chance.

            (a beat)

At Nessa’s plan.

ROGER

Dirty pool.

WILDER

Hey, don’t blame me. I wanted to go and fight each one of those Science Bros face t’ face, but apparently that ain’t the best strategy either.

TUMNUS

We need the crew to remain unpunched.

WILDER

For th’ most part.

ROGER

All right, all right already. I just mean … at least your Science Bros – and I’m definitely stealing that – all want the same thing. Tumnus, we talked about this on day one. My priority is still the same, and he’s not on the Moon. How am I the one to sell your snake oil?

WILDER

We’re gonna tell you what t’ say. Don’t worry about that.

TUMNUS

I’ll be there writing every speech, every agenda, setting up every presentation.

WILDER

Like I said, you’re our puppet.

ROGER

In light of what we’ve all suffered at the … hand of Doctor Day, I’m gonna insist on figurehead.

TUMNUS

But you are with us.

ROGER

            (sighs)

Where else am I gonna go?

SOUND: Roger getting up from the floor

ROGER

And on that note, long live the revolution, kids. It is way past my bedtime. There’s nothing else you need right now? I don’t need to pass some royal decree before morning? We’re not pulling new comrades out of stasis?

WILDER

One more.

TUMNUS

Wilder, no.

WILDER

Wilder, yes.

ROGER

Oh, hell.

WILDER

One more, goddamn it.

TUMNUS

I don’t think it’s a good idea, for you or for –

SOUND: Wilder’s arm revs up, louder this time but only for a moment

WILDER

Roger, I’m leavin’ this with you. You know what he did to me.

ROGER

I know, but … Tumnus may have a point.

SOUND: Wilder’s arm revs up again

WILDER

Neither of you gets it. This ain’t optional.

TUMNUS

We’re supposed to be focusing on hope, on Nessa’s plan for the –

WILDER

Oh, believe me, I’m takin’ him to task for that, too.

            (a brief, tense pause)

Bragado-Fischer, you sort it out. You owe me.

ROGER

I don’t owe you that.

WILDER

You owe me!

SOUND: Wilder’s arm revs again, quieter this time, and fades as she walks down the hall

SOUND: Footsteps, in time with the above

(Only after we can no longer hear the signs of her departure does Roger speak.)

ROGER

So.

TUMNUS

So.

                                                            (The scene ends.)

SOUND: Hallway background ends
SOUND: Chime – bookend

SCENE FOUR

SOUND: Chime – Bookend

SOUND: Patrick Free Zone – outside background

SOUND: Garden background

                                                            (Alex and Moddy Sarah are sitting together out in the garden.)

ALEX

With all that experience, they didn’t have one person who could look at that parking lot and tell them all the reasons they need to dig trenches, and build a flame deflector … and the drainage is all wrong which, I can’t even tell you the problems that would cause … I’d start bottling water now just to be safe.

MODDY SARAH

Your experience is valuable again.

ALEX

I guess. I don’t know how much it would mean if I weren’t …

            (he imitates Roger’s broadcast voice saying his name)

“Alexandre Bragado-Fischer,” but I’m glad to be useful.

MODDY SARAH

You’ve been useful here, too.

ALEX

I know, but … you said you wanted to find more of a connection there. Another way inside.

MODDY SARAH

That’s true.

ALEX

This is something only I could do. I guess that sounds like I’m bragging, I just mean –

MODDY SARAH

            (laughs)

You can brag a little.

ALEX

But now, I’m not sure what comes next. What did you want from being in? You … you don’t want to stop the rocket?

MODDY SARAH

Between you and me, I don’t have as much invested in the rocket as you might think. Either way. I know, it’s the future, and I want that chance for our people … but I know it’s not my promised land.

ALEX

It’s not really mine, either. Not that way. But if they get through …

MODDY SARAH

If they get through. There are a lot of wildly different hopes taking a ride on that same rocket.

ALEX

Addie says some of them think it’s the next step toward a full uprising. The Freeholds against the Megas.

MODDY SARAH

That would be something to see.

            (after a moment)

How are things with Addie? They come around looking for you a lot lately.

ALEX

Sometimes it feels like they’re everywhere. I like Addie. I don’t know if I trust them …

            (you can hear the admiration in his voice)

They’re a little crooked, they like to push their way into things, prepotente e arrogante

MODDY SARAH

It’s almost irresistible sometimes, isn’t it?

ALEX

Yes. Yes! It reminds me of being young, performing in dirty back rooms then coming home all sweaty and drunk …

            (he laughs at the memory)

… not sure what day it is, too tired to think, laughing at anything anyone says …  

MODDY SARAH

The good old days?

ALEX

Yeah. And no, of course, but … they’re good memories.

MODDY SARAH

I do have a soft spot for scoundrels. I’m glad they bring all that back for you.

ALEX

It helps to have a reason to laugh.

MODDY SARAH

It’s important to find those parts of yourself. To savour the joy in them.

ALEX

It does make a difference. When that grey curtain falls, Addie’s there to help push it back.

            (he laughs, weakly)

I mean, the pills are helping too. And I’m recording messages again, like you said.

MODDY SARAH

With your new friends, maybe you’ll have a chance to send them.

ALEX

Maybe.

SOUND: We hear the dogs, a bit distant, barking happily

ELIO

            (a bit distant as well, coming closer)

Now now, girls, be good, I know, it’s been a whole hour without your Daddy …

            (she laughs)

SOUND: More barking sporadically, getting closer as well

ALEX

I guess quiet time is over. Ladies, yes, I missed you too.

ELIO

            (closer, not quite to them yet)

I’ve brought someone! Someone asking for you!

ELENA

            (similarly, not quite to them)

Hello!

SOUND: Footsteps now, Elio uses a cane

SOUND: Leaves rustling

MODDY SARAH

Guess I should get ready to do the Moddy Sarah thing.

SOUND: We hear them stand up

MODDY SARAH

Hello! Welcome.

ELENA

            (pronunciation – high-biscus cocks-in-ne-us)

What an absolutely glorious garden. I particularly enjoy the hibiscus coccineus you’ve planted along the edges!

MODDY SARAH

I can’t take credit for any of the gardening, but Alex might share your enthusiasm.

ELENA

Alex!

ELIO

            (a bit breathless)

Alex is who she was asking for.

ALEX

Why me?

ELIO

I talked to her for a while before bringing her back. She seems nice.

ALEX

Why me?

ELENA

I think we both have … had … have … someone on the Moon.

                                                            (There is a long pause.)

SOUND: Dogs, playing around them

SOUND: Leaves rustling now and then in the garden

MODDY SARAH

            (after a while)

Why don’t you sit down?

SOUND: Patrick Free Zone – outside background ends

SOUND: Garden background ends

SOUND: Chime – Bookend

                                                            (The episode ends.)

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