Devil's Due (2014) Script

(RUMBLING)


(MAN BREATHES DEEPLY)

Let's just take it from the top, Mr. McCall.

Mr. McCall?

I told you, I didn't do it.

(VIDEO CAMERA WHIRRING)

(BREATHING DEEPLY)


(MUSIC PLAYING ON STEREO)

(INDISTINCT CHATTER)

(INDISTINCT CHATTER CONTINUES)

(OVERLAPPING CHATTER)

WOMAN: Good night.

Oh, fun for you.

See you tomorrow. (CHUCKLES)

What?

EMILY: Good night. We'll clean up. I love you.

(GRUNTING AND PANTING)

(HINGES SQUEAK)

(DOOR CLOSES)

(HAIRDRYER WHIRRING IN DISTANCE)


(DOG BARKS) ZACH: Whoa! Shit! Maverick, stop.

SAMANTHA: Jesus Christ!

No, come on. Get off!

You scared the shit out of me.

ZACH: Go away. Come on, buddy. Get out.

(SAMANTHA SCOFFS) You're not supposed to see me tonight.

ZACH: Come on, that is a dumb tradition. You don't believe it.

No, I don't believe it.

ZACH: Oh, shit, you do.

Okay, I kind of do.

What are you doing...

Okay, ready? Okay.

Ladies, oop, and gentlemen...

I'd like to present the McCalls.

(KISS) (SAMANTHA CHUCKLES)

Almost. Almost.

Okay, I gotta get dressed.

Whoa, whoa, whoa, old on, hold on.

Strike that pose. Right there.

I want to capture our last night together.

(CHUCKLES) We're not dying.

My dad used to follow us around with one of these constantly.

My mom gave him so much shit for it. (SAMANTHA CHUCKLES)

I think it's sweet.

I wish I had something like that.

My whole childhood is kind of a blank.

ZACH: That's kind of why I want to do this.

I used to think my dad was so lame, with all his nostalgia and all that.

But I kind of get it now.

I kind of want this for us.

I just want a record of all the important things that happen to us.

And all the random stupid stuff that we'll forget about.

Mmm, yeah.

Tomorrow, we are officially family.

So, tonight I want to start our family history.

Family history.

Yeah.

I love that.

Good. (CHUCKLES)

(WEDDING MARCH PLAYING) (INDISTINCT CHATTER)

In sickness and in health.

In sickness and in health.

To love and to cherish.

To love and to cherish.

Till death do us part.

Till death do us part.

With this ring, I thee wed.

With this ring, I thee wed.

And pledge myself to thee forever.

And pledge myself to thee forever.

(CHEERING AND APPLAUSE)

(SINGING) Love me tender.

Love me true.

All my dreams fulfilled.

MAN: Whoo!

For, my darling, I love you I just wanted to say thank you to Ken and Sally... for making me feel so at home.

I've never really felt like I was part of a family before.

So, thank you for being so welcoming and wonderful.

(CROWD LAUGHING) Dad had the first camera.

He'd carry it on his shoulder like this.

I wanted you to know that I think you are a wonderful brother.

I'm being serious! This is a beautiful event... (CROWD LAUGHING) and I'm really grateful that you invited me. (LAUGHS)

We were in the same foster home together for a year.

And we were more than friends. Family.

I hope that you guys will be happy forever.

So, here's to happily ever after. (CHEERING)

Oh, gosh. (GUESTS CHUCKLING)

Mmm.

Mmm. Are you okay?

(LAUGHS)

(ROCK MUSIC PLAYING)

(INDISTINCT CHATTER AND LAUGHTER)

(SIGHS)

Sam... my beautiful wife.

This was the most perfect day.

I can't believe we're married. (CHUCKLING)

When we watch this a lot of years from now... just remember how good-looking I was.

I love you so much.

I promise I will always protect you.

Keep you safe.

I love you.

PILOT: Ladies and gentlemen, this is your captain speaking.

I'd like to welcome you to the Dominican Republic.

This is gonna be awesome.

(SOFT MUSIC PLAYING ON RADIO)

(HORNS HONKING)

(DANCEHALL PLAYING ON RADIO)

ZACH: Now, the honeymoon begins. SAMANTHA: Ooh.

Oh, wow! (CHUCKLES)

ZACH: We're gonna do this swimsuit issue-type thing.

SAMANTHA: Oh, God!

No, no. You're gonna go in the water. Uh-huh.

And then you're gonna come out of the water. (LAUGHS)

Is that how I'm gonna do it?

Yeah. Okay.

Don't worry, I'm right behind you.

SAMANTHA: This is gonna go fast. ZACH: No, it's not.

SAMANTHA: Oh, my God.

(INDISTINCT CHATTER)

(SINGSONG) Christopher Columbus.

ZACH: Oh. Really? SAMANTHA: Yeah.

This is the first cathedral in the New World.

"The Cathedral of Santo Domingo."

"It's Gothic style highlighted with Renaissance details."

(SAMANTHA WHISPERING) Oh, my God.

I have never seen anything so fucking perfect before in my life.

Look at this sea of white. Oh, my gosh.

(GASPS)

What's that?

(SINGSONG) That's my husband.

Wake up.

Hey.

(YELLS) (SCREAMS AND CHUCKLES)

Oogum, Oogum, Boogum, Boogum, Boogum...

Now, baby You're casting your spell on me.

Your high heel boots In your hip-huggin' suit.

You got it right You're outta sight.

What is that?

It's the coolest wedding present ever.

Mason gave it to us. It's an adventure cam.

Oh, good, that's what I always wanted. I know.

ZACH: And now we can go zip-lining. Come on.

Just get your game face on.

All right.

(SHRIEKS) Hold on. Hold on!

(ZACH CHUCKLES)

(DRUMS PLAYING)

SAMANTHA: WOW.

(HORN BLOWING)

SAMANTHA: Where are we?

(MAN YELLS)

(SINGING IN LOCAL LANGUAGE)

Zach, come here.

(OVERLAPPING CHATTER)

We're going here.

(CHUCKLES)

ZACH: Whoa. Come on. (SAMANTHA CHUCKLES)

ZACH: Hey, wait up, wait up.

(WOMAN CHUCKLES)

Welcome. SAMANTHA: Oh, thank you.

ZACH: Hi. Welcome.

Have a seat. SAMANTHA: Okay.

WOMAN: I will study your palm.

Okay. Which one do you want?

This one. (CHUCKLES)

ZACH: I don't think it matters.

SAMANTHA: I don't know. They're different.

WOMAN: You've had some hard times.

But now, you're so happy. (CHUCKLES)

You're happy now. ZACH: She's good.

(LAUGHS)

No family.

No past.

You were born from death.

What do you mean?

They've been waiting.

ZACH: Do you want to go? SAMANTHA: Yeah.

WOMAN: They've been waiting. ZACH: Whoa.

They've been waiting.

SAMANTHA: All right.

Thank you. That's fine.

ZACH: Whoa. They've been waiting.

WOMAN: You are the first. The first of many.

You will bring the end.

SAMANTHA: You know what? Let's go, let's go.

Can we get out...

SAMANTHA: Ow! Ow! WOMAN: You were born from death.

SAMANTHA: Let go of me, please. ZACH: Ma'am, let go.

SAMANTHA: Let's go, let's go, let's go.

Zach, come on. Okay.

ZACH: Hey, are you okay? What did she say to you?

Nothing. Fucking nothing. I don't know. Whoa, whoa, whoa.

Hey. Forget her, okay? She was crazy.

What did she whisper in your ear?

I don't know. It was just a bunch of gibberish.

She stank of rum anyway. I just want to get back to the hotel.

ZACH: I don't remember this street, do you?

SAMANTHA: Do you wanna go down this way?

ZACH: Let's turn around.

(MAN YELLS INDISTINCTLY)

SAMANTHA: Okay.

(SCREAMS) ZACH: Jesus!

(DOG BARKS)

(WHIMPERS) Let's go.

(DOG WHINES)

ZACH: They don't have any street signs.

SAMANTHA: Can we head back towards where the party was?

(WHISTLES)

(MAN SPEAKING SPANISH)

ZACH: Are you are a taxi? Yeah.

ZACH: That's your family? Mi family. (SPEAKING SPANISH)

DRIVER: Babies? ZACH: Oh, no, not yet.

DRIVER: No? (ZACH SPEAKING SPANISH)

(CHUCKING)

(DRIVER SPEAKING SPANISH)

(ZACH SPEAKING SPANISH) Someday. One day, yeah.

I take you somewhere fun. Eh... (SPEAKING SPANISH)

ZACH: No, no, no. We're good. Thank you.

We just want to go back to the hotel.

DRIVER: No, no, no. No worry.

(SPEAKING SPANISH) This place, eh...

It's special.

ZACH: What do you think? One more drink? SAMANTHA: No.

(SPEAKING SPANISH)

SAMANTHA: Twenty minutes?

ZACH: Twenty minutes. It's our last night.

(SPEAKING SPANISH)

ZACH: Deal. SAMANTHA: All right, fine. One drink.

(ZACH SPEAKING SPANISH)

(DRIVER SPEAKING SPANISH) We here.

ZACH: We're here.

Yeah. This looks... great.

Oh. Okay. (CHUCKLES)

(SPEAKING SPANISH)

SAMANTHA: Okay, gracias.

(SPEAKING SPANISH)

ZACH: You don't look happy.

SAMANTHA: Well, where are we?

ZACH: I don't know, but it's gonna be cool.

DRIVER: Careful. (CHUCKLES) SAMANTHA: Right. Okay.

Oh!

ZACH: Look at this little guy. SAMANTHA: Hi, little guy.

DRIVER; Whoo.

SAMANTHA: Ooh!

ZACH: I'm right here.

Shh.

(DISTANT DANCE MUSIC PLAYING)

(DRIVER SPEAKING SPANISH)

You hear music? SAMANTHA: Yeah.

ZACH: It's musica.

SAMANTHA: Yeah, I hear it.

Wait, this is...

No, Zach, let's go back. This is crazy. Let's turn around.

(DRIVER SPEAKING SPANISH)

ZACH: We'll be all right. I'm right here, I'm right here.

All right, I'm right here.

SAMANTHA: Don't... ZACH: We'll go slow.

(DRIVER SPEAKING SPANISH)

ZACH: I'm sorry, what?

(DRIVER CHEERS)

Oh, wow. Okay.

(DRIVER SPEAKING SPANISH)

ZACH: It's fine, I promise.

See? (DRIVER SPEAKING SPANISH)

(INDISTINCT CHATTER)

(DANCE MUSIC BECOMING LOUDER)

(DRIVER SPEAKING SPANISH)

(LOUD UPBEAT MUSIC PLAYING)

(DRIVER SPEAKING SPANISH)

It's special!

(CHUCKLES)

ZACH: This is insane!

(DRIVER SPEAKING SPANISH)

Oh, see how great. Here we go.

SAMANTHA: Cheers!

Yes! Beautiful!

ZACH: Here we go. Ah!

I'm gonna hold my nose. ZACH: Ah!

That's not how you take a shot. You sipped it.

No!

ZACH: You gotta do another. One more.

Oh, my God! Congratulations!

ZACH: Oh, thank you!

They just got married, too. ZACH: No way!

SAMANTHA: Yes! (LAUGHS)

ZACH: I'm done.

Oh, yes!

Oh.

(DANCE MUSIC CONTINUES PLAYING)

These men are staring at me.

ZACH: What?

I said, "These men are staring at me."

(INDISTINCT SHOUTING)

I guess you'll do.

I can't dance anymore.

ZACH: Hi!

SAMANTHA: Hi!

Hey, babe, let's put it away.

(MEN SPEAKING SPANISH)

MAN 13 Si? MAN 23 Si?

(MAN SPEAKING SPANISH)

(MAN CHANTING IN LATIN)

(CHANTING CONTINUES)

(MEN CHANTING)

(WIND WHOOSHING)

(MILD RUMBLING)

(MAN WHISPERING IN LATIN)

(OTHERWORLDLY ROARING)

(ZACH SIGHS)

(SIGHS)

Come on, wife. (SAMANTHA GROANS)

Time to get up.

Come on. No.

ZACH: Yes. I'm sorry, but we gotta get up.

(SAMANTHA SPUTTERS)

Ugh.

I'm so hung over.

ZACH: Yeah, no kidding.

Mmm, oh, God, get away with that.

ZACH: Come on, I'll get you some water.

We gotta get up and catch this plane.

Okay. (GROANS)

Oh.

ZACH: Yeah, my head is killing me.

Me, too.

Oh, shit. I'm stuck.

(COUGHS) Mmm.

SAMANTHA: How did we get home last night?

ZACH: I don't know. The guy in the cab?

Stop. Not right now.

ZACH: See you later, Santo Domingo.

Well, we're home. Mmm.

ZACH: Home sweet home. (SAMANTHA SIGHS)

ZACH: The honeymoon is over. (SAMANTHA SIGHS)

Ooh, wait, wait, wait.

Hold this. SAMANTHA: Oh.

ZACH: Oh, sorry. (CHUCKLES) Yeah.

Okay, here we go.

SAMANTHA: All right. Whoo-hoo!

(GRUNTS) (SAMANTHA LAUGHS)

Welcome home, Mrs. McCall.

(SAMANTHA LAUGHS)

(ZACH GRUNTS) SAMANTHA: Ugh.

ZACH: Oh.

Suzie left the door open. Great.

ZACH: That's great.

SAMANTHA: Oh.

Yay, home.

Ooh, presents.

Crate and Barrel, Crate and Barrel.

ZACH: I'll go get the bags.

All right. We got the panini grill.

And that thing from Allison.

And what is this one?

ZACH: Oh, I don't know. Open it up.

Maw, do you want to open mm?

All right. He doesn't care.

This is the juicer that I wanted!

I'm gonna make so much stuff with flax and probiotics... and things with kale.

Kale? Mmm.

(WHISPERING) Kale... kale.

(KAREN LAUGHS)

SAMANTHA; Oh, Mav!

Oh, my God.

SAMANTHA: Look at him. KAREN: Oh!

Hey, did you see the "Sold" sign on the Anderson house?

For real? Maybe someone will finally fix that place up.

KAREN: I hope so. It's terrible.

Your husband, he can't grill for shit.

ZACH: Sam, come on. You're gonna miss it.

This will be awesome. Ready? Just like we practiced.

Are you kidding me? Come on, Maverick. No, no, no.

You're supposed to catch it.

SAMANTHA: Zach. Yeah?

ZACH: Come on, ready? Eye on the prize.

Yes, yes, yes!

SAMANTHA: Zach. What?

Can you turn that off for one second?

Whoa.

What is that?

Uh...

(STAMMERS) it doesn't make any sense.

I've taken the pill religiously. I've never missed one ever.

ZACH: Whoa, whoa, whoa...

You're pregnant?

Yes. Oh, my God.

We're having a baby.

(CHUCKLES) Holy shit!

(SHRIEKS) Oh, my God. That's so amazing.

(LAUGHING)

I feel good about this office.

How about you? I feel good.

Except that says three stages of pregnancy, and there's four pictures.

Okay, so this isn't a math office.

It's a doctor's office.

(CHUCKLES) I hope that doctors can do math.

Well, the doctor didn't make that sign, clearly.

Do you think the doctor made the "Dirty Area" sign?

(BOTH CHUCKLING)

Oh, hello. BOTH: Hi.

Mr. and Mrs. McCall. Hello, how are you?

I'm Zach.

I am Dr. Ludka.

Nice to finally meet.

Yes.

Hello, lucky lady. Hi.

How are you doing? I'm good, how are you?

Okay. You ready?

(INHALES DEEPLY) Yeah.

Okay, this is gonna be quick and painless.

ZACH: Awesome. (CHUCKLES)

Sorry. "Awesome."

You know you get a copy of the ultrasound, right?

Oh, yeah, I just, um...

This is his thing.

It's our thing. It's our thing.

We just want to film a bunch of this so he/she, whoever, can see it later.

It's for the baby. Okay, sure.

Is it okay? Oh, yeah, perfect.

Okay. Make sure you get my good side.

ZACH: Done. Right there. SAMANTHA: Both sides.

This is gonna be a little cold.

(ZACH CHUCKLES)

Mmm-hmm.

A little gooey, huh? Yeah. Oh!

That's great.

Okay.

DR. LUDKA: Ah, there we go. ZACH: Oh.

Can you see? There's your uterus, right there.

And there's the heartbeat.

(DR. LUDKA CHUCKLES)

Huh, um...

ZACH: What?

Oh, don't worry, I'm just gonna make a few adjustments.

SAMANTHA: Is it okay?

Uh...

Ah, there we go.

So, you're about seven weeks along. ZACH: Ooh.

And everything looks really good.

ZACH: Honeymoon baby. (CHUCKLES)

The pill is about 99 percent effective, but, occasionally, this happens.

Okay.

ZACH: She winked at me. I saw that.

Because I got good sperm. (DR. LUDKA LAUGHS)

This is what you started. What? It's good, strong sperm.

DR. LUDKA: I'm gonna prescribe vitamin B... and iron, since you're a vegetarian. Mmm-hmm.

ZACH: Yeah, I've been trying to break her of that.

It's for the baby. Mmm-hmm.

But, overall, you're pretty healthy.

I'm expecting a pretty smooth ride, here.

ZACH: Awesome. Great.

Okay? ZACH: Thank you.

DR. LUDKA: One more thing.

ZACH: Ooh.

Congratulations.

The due date is March 30th.

ZACH: Hey, he looks like you. He doesn't!

ZACH: A little jelly bean.

Ooh, Will you hold this?

(DR. LUDKA LAUGHS) Oh, sure.

It's our first family video.

Oh, sweet.

That's awesome.

Sorry. Thanks. (ALL LAUGHING)

DR. LUDKA: All right, I expect you guys back in five weeks.

ZACH: I think Maverick drank my wine.

(SAMANTHA CHUCKLES)

Aw, Mav, he's such a lush.

ZACH: Hey, have your ankles and toes started swelling up?

SAMANTHA: Oh, my God, with the ankles.

Yes, they're swelling up.

I read in the baby book, it says that those things swell sometimes.

They do. My entire thing is swelling right now.

It looks good.

You could use a little meat on your bones.

Mmm-mmm. I don't like it.

ZACH: Hey, ew. I mean, whoa.

What? Oh, God.

ZACH: You haven't noticed that?

No, what is that?

Oh. Does it hurt?

No, I think my body is being taken over by hormones.

Ugh, this is not supposed to be happening yet. Don't look at that.

All these weird things are gonna happen to you.

You're making a person inside of your person.

(CHUCKLES) Seriously, that's amazing.

Sam. Mmm?

You're making a baby.

I can't do that.

Yeah.

(SAMANTHA SNORING)

(ZACH SIGHS)

(SNIFFS) Mmm.

(MAVERICK WHINES)

ZACH: Oh, she woke you up?

Yeah. So, your mother snores.

Even though she categorically denies it.

But we now have hard evidence.

So, if she ever denies it again...

Oh, hey. Sam.

Sam, hey.

Jesus, Sam.

Sam.

Hey. (MOANS)

Go to sleep.

ZACH: What are you doing?

Hello.

ZACH: They're getting restless.

So, I'll leave it to Sam.

We're having a baby.

(ALL CHEERING) Oh, my God!

(ZACH LAUGHS)

What?

MR. MCCALL: We get to be grandparents again.

Stop.

SUZIE: Congratulations.

Flip it. Flip that card that you just had in your hand.

Thank you. Seven, king, so I get it.

(ZACH LAUGHS)

Tofu?

ZACH: What did you think it was?

I wish you wouldn't have told me it was tofu.

I mean, did they do a sonogram?

SAMANTHA: Oh, yeah.

Did you get a picture?

SAMANTHA: She wants a picture to show everybody immediately.

MRS. MCCALL: Oh, ultrasound.

If you go with a C-section, your body just bounces right back.

Great. What?

Natalie, why don't you try to not micro-manage their entire thing?

I checked under the fridge. It's not there.

You lifted the fridge up?

I looked under it.

We'll find it.

I couldn't find it. When I do, I'll email it to you.

I hope you find it.

SAMANTHA: We Will.

I'm just gonna be on pins and needles to see it.

(LAUGHS)

Oh, my God, Sam, you're bleeding.

Oh, God. Oh, jeez, here.

ZACH: Sam, here you go. This is clean.

Tilt your head back.

(ALL MUTTERING INDISTINCTLY)

ZACH: This is where you'll go to school.

I got beat up here a couple times, but that's not gonna happen to you.

You're gonna be a much cooler kid.

(BELLS TOLLING)

Ah, this is where me and your mom got married.

Very pretty church.

This is where we walk the dog.

Here's the Anderson house. It still looks like shit.

Shit, fuck. Maverick! (BARKING)

(GRUNTS) Maverick, God damn.

Hey, hey. Maverick! (BARKING CONTINUES)

Come here. Hey, no, no.

No, no, we don't live here. Come on.

(GROWLING) All right, come on.

Come on.

This is your house. (THUNDER RUMBLING)

That's your room up there on the left.

Your granddad says that it's a money pit... but it's got good bones. Shit.

Hey Hey.

Do you think this looks too mish-mash?

Um...

Do you want the truth?

ZACH: I'm giving our baby a tour of the house. SAMANTHA: Yeah?

Hey, that's not the house. Sorry.

ZACH: And the grand finale, your room.

Formerly known as your mother's office.

(SAMANTHA CHUCKLES) But now we are converting.

Thank you for giving up your office. Mmm-hmm. Whoa!

SAMANTHA: Jeez. (CHUCKLES) Watch it, there.

I study on the couch all the time, anyway, so it's not a big deal.

It's a pretty good room, though.

She really didn't do anything in it, so I think it's only fair.

It's gonna be kind of cool, though.

You and I are gonna hang in here.

SAMANTHA: Hey.

Do you see this guy across the street? ZACH: Huh?

SAMANTHA: He's just staring up at the house.

ZACH: What the fuck?

SAMANTHA: Oh, it's creepy.

ZACH: Hey. SAMANTHA: Hi.

How was class? Ow!

Ugh. It was fine. I just had to leave because I'm starving.

I think there's some leftover Pad Thai in there.

I know, I don't want that.

Okay.

(GRUNTS) Um...

I'm just gonna eat a bunch of cookies. (ZACH CHUCKLES)

How are you feeling?

Fine.

I'm just hungry.


(SAMANTHA IMITATES DRUM ROLL)

EMILY: All right. Whoo! Get ready.

ZACH: Hey, no! Oh!

SAMANTHA: What? EMILY: Hello?

I told you that this was off-limits until I told you that it was on-limits.

SAMANTHA: But it's just Emily, I want her to see it.

EMILY: It looks so good.

I don't care about Emily, I care about you. EMILY: Oh.

Okay. Thanks. SAMANTHA: Great.

Are you guys gonna pick a color or...?

SAMANTHA: One of these days.

EMILY: This looks really good, though.

Oh, look! Oh, my God. ZACH: Yep.

SAMANTHA: That's really nice. EMILY: You made that?

ZACH: It's gonna look way better.

SAMANTHA: You're doing a great job. I'm very proud of you.

(EMILY CHUCKLES)

Well, here's the crib. SAMANTHA: Uh-huh.

Hey! SAMANTHA: Oh, wow.

That looks really good.

ZACH: Yeah, we got it at the antique place and then I brought it home... and sanded it down and refinished it and stuff.

Made it baby-safe.

I know you're big on baby safety.

EMILY: Yeah, it looks great.

SAMANTHA: Cute sheets. (GROANS)

ZACH: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.

I got you. Okay. SAMANTHA: Ah!

I got you. Sit down.

Are you okay?

EMILY: It happened this morning, too.

This bad? Mmm-hmm.

Hey. Just breathe, okay? Mmm.

Are you all right? Yeah, I'm fine.

EMILY: Lie down, maybe?

Are you sure?

I'll just sit here for a sec. (EXHALES)

In... (ALL INHALE) and out. (ALL EXHALE)

In...

Do you see what I'm doing for you?

I'm learning how to breathe.

(SAMANTHA INHALES LOUDLY)

(BOTH EXHALE)

You might actually have to know some of this stuff.

ZACH: I know this stuff. I know how to breathe.

Okay. I know that you know how to breathe, but there's other stuff.

(INHALES) Okay.

(CHUCKLES) Stop!

INSTRUCTOR: You are strong. You are healthy.

Your body is going through a beautiful transformation.

(WHISPERING) That's a load of shit.

INSTRUCTOR: I want you all to imagine a place that's calming, quiet.

Make it a specific memory.

Where are you?

(WHISPERING) On the beach on our honeymoon.

INSTRUCTOR: How old are you?

Are you alone?

Breathe into this memory that brings you joy.

(WOMEN GROANING)

INSTRUCTOR: Okay, everyone, please breathe.

If you're gonna sit up, sit up slowly.

Very slowly. Keep breathing, everyone.

Please remain calm.

ZACH: Sam. Are you okay?

ZACH: So, this is happening. Yep.

We are buying baby stuff.

(SING-SONG) Baby stuff! (CHUCKLES)

Let's go crazy. Yeah, let's go nuts.

Ooh! Uh...

Do you want to practice a little diapering?

Get a little wrap around this guy?

(ZACH STAMMERS) I'm good. You don't want to do that?

He's not even in a box. He's clearly dirty.

Yeah, where'd this baby come from? I don't know you, baby.

ZACH: You bent him over, looked at his ass to see where it came from.

I just wanted to know if he had a name or something.

SAMANTHA: Ah...

(CHUCKLES) It's a milk pump!

SAMANTHA: Not at all.

No? No.

We need one though, right?

Yeah, we do actually need one.

I never want to see you do that ever again. (CHUCKLES)

Probably not.

No, I think we got everything. This is all a baby needs, right here.

Ow!

ZACH: Are you all right? (GROANS)

ZACH: I'm gonna go get the car, all right? Just hold on.

SAMANTHA: No, I'm fine.

ZACH: No, seriously, Sam. Please, just wait there.

I'll be right there. Whoa! Whoa! Whoa!

(ANGRY YELL) ZACH: Oh, shit! Sam!

SAMANTHA: Motherfucker!

MAN: What are you doing? Are you fucking crazy?

Get away from my car! ZACH: Stop, stop!

It's okay. It's okay. (SOBBING)

ZACH: We're gonna get some help. We're gonna get some help.

It's all right, it's all right, it's all right.

SAMANTHA: What happened? What happened?

Breathe. Just breathe. Just breathe, just breathe.

(GROANS) What is wrong with me?

Something is wrong!

ZACH: Hey.

You look really pretty when you're pensive. (STIFLED CHUCKLE)

I'm serious.

Hey...

Look what I found behind your ear.

(ZACH LAUGHS) Nothing.

Oh, hello. ZACH: Hi.

Hi, Samantha. I'm Dr. Dylan.

ZACH: Where's Dr. Ludka?

Dr. Ludka had to take a leave of absence. I'm covering for her.

Well... (COUGHS)

Excuse me. Is she gonna be back anytime soon?

She filled me in, and I've studied your file.

ZACH: Well, will she be back by the time we deliver?

Yeah, can we talk to her?

I don't think she's gonna be able to come back.

Let's talk about your symptoms.

ZACH: Oh.

Okay.

DR. DYLAN: Huh.

The baby looks healthy.

But it's turned around.

We're not gonna be able to find out if it's a boy or girl today.

ZACH: It's gotten so much bigger. SAMANTHA: Mmm.

(GAGS)

ZACH: Sam, are you okay?

(DOOR OPENS)

ZACH: She just needs a minute.

Sorry, the nausea hasn't really gotten better.

It actually seems like it's gotten kind of worse.

DR. DYLAN: Well, it's not entirely unusual.

ZACH: Um...

She's been getting nosebleeds, too. Are those...?

DR. DYLAN: Yeah, it can be.

She just doesn't seem like herself lately.

Is there a history of mental illness in her family?

Uh, I don't know.

She took some meds during college for anxiety.

I don't really know what they were.

Um...

We don't really know anything about her family.

Her parents were killed in a car crash and they had to cut Sam out of her womb.

I'm sorry. I had no idea.

(DOOR OPENS) SAMANTHA: Hey.

ZACH: You look beautiful. (SAMANTHA SCOFFS)

SAMANTHA: I'm really sorry.

ZACH: It's all right. DR. DYLAN: It's all right.

DR. DYLAN: Um, I'm gonna do an amnio now, just to rule out any issues.

Especially since you don't know what may run in your family.

ZACH: Okay.

Are you all right? Mmm.

Okay. Good.

I'm good, too.

Good. I was worried about you.

I know. I could tell, because you asked. (CHUCKLES)

Uh, is this gonna hurt?

DR. DYLAN: Oh, it's just a little pressure.

It'll be over before you know it.

I need you to stay very still.

Nurse, watch the monitor, please.

(BREATHING NERVOUSLY) Mmm-hmm. Are you ready?

Just relax. Take a deep breath. (INHALES DEEPLY)

(GROANING) Mmm.

Mmm-mmm.

ZACH: Are you okay?

No. NURSE: It's okay.

Something's wrong. Can you get it out? Can you get it out?

Keep her still. ZACH: Is everything okay?

No, no. Mmm-mmm. ZACH: Just try to stay still.

DR. DYLAN: Samantha, we're almost there. Can you get it out?

Can you get it out? Please, get it out!

You're gonna hurt yourself. Sam, please.

Get it out!

ZACH: Can you get it out of her? Thank you.

It's out. It's done, it's done. (GROANING)

ZACH: Hey, hey. It's done.

It's okay. All right?

It's okay.

SAMANTHA: I can't do this. I can't do this.

It's all right.

ZACH: I'm really worried about her. I don't know what to do.

DR. DYLAN: Do you think she'd ever actually hurt herself?

ZACH: What?

No. I don't know, I don't think so.

Just to be safe, we'll be keeping a close eye on her.

ZACH: Okay.

(MEN WHISPERING IN SPANISH)

(DOG BARKING OUTSIDE)

(WHISPERING CONTINUES)

(WHIRRING)


(LOCK CLICKING)

ZACH: I'm gonna fix this door someday.

SAMANTHA: Yeah, that'll be great.

ZACH: Watch your step.

(CHUCKLES) Okay, thank you.

ZACH: I'm so glad my sister bought me that flashlight. (SAMANTHA SIGHS) Oh.

(SAMANTHA CLEARS THROAT)

ZACH: How are you doing?

I feel like a hot air balloon.

(BOTH CHUCKLE)

You're going upstairs? Mmm-hmm.

I'm gonna go take a bath. Okay.

I'm just gonna check the score on the game.

All right.

(SAMANTHA SIGHS)

This thing takes forever to turn on.

(SIGHS)

(INDISTINCT CHATTER ON TELEVISION)

We need to get a fucking maid.

(WATER RUNNING)

(SAMANTHA HUMMING)

(WATER SHUTS OFF)

(WATER SPLASHING SOFTLY)

(SAMANTHA HUMS QUIETLY)

(GROWLING AND BARKING)

(BARKING CONTINUES)

(GASPS)

Oh, look.

That's beautiful.

ZACH: Wow. Nice.

ZACH: Do you want to take off while we wait for the results?

Go to a spa, or... Let's just get out of town.

It's a good idea. Yeah.

I'm just thinking, though, you've already taken so much time off of work.

And I've got finals and we should probably be close to the doctor right now.

ZACH: All right. It's just a thought.

It's a good thought.

I'm gonna be all right.

I know.

(MEN WHISPERING)

SAMANTHA: One second. Okay.

ALL: Surprise!

(GASPS)

MRS. MCCALL: Happy birthday, darling.

Wow, thank you.

Great, son. How are you?

I'm very well, thank you. Hi, Ma.

BRITTANY: Happy birthday, Aunt Sam.

Oh, my gosh.

MASON: Happy birthday!

No, I'm fine, I just gotta rest.

Are you sure? Yeah.

EMILY: Why are you guys hiding in the corner?

ZACH: Hey.

EMILY: Looking good!

Thank you. Um...

She's just gonna go upstairs for a little bit, take a rest.

I gotta lie down. I'll be back.

I'll come up in a little bit and check on you.

SAMANTHA: I just need a few minutes.

(OVERLAPPING CHATTER)

I'll clean all this up.

No, I got it, I got it.

I'm gonna help you, too. It's fine, I got it.

You guys got everyone here, I'll clean it all up.

It's no problem. That's what friends are for.

Can I have some cake? Yeah, here you go.

Is this too big a bite? No.

Oh, that's cute.

MASON: We're the sweetest. EMILY: We're so cute.

How's Sam?

I don't know, I haven't been up there since she went up.

Honestly, in general, she has not been herself.

The doctor says that everything is fine, and we've done all these tests.

But she's just convinced that there's something wrong with the baby.

She's adamant about it. Wow.

BRITTANY: Braedon.

Come out, come out, wherever you are.

Braedon?

Come on, I know you're in here.

(DOOR CREAKS OPEN) (GASPS)

Braedon.

(BREATHING DEEPLY)

Braedon?

(WHISPERING) Braedon, come out. It's not funny anymore.

(CREAKING)

Braedon.

Get out! (SCREAMS)

(DOOR CLOSES)

ZACH: I think I just saw you move.

All right, come on. Do it again.

Lift this back so we can see you.

All right, buddy, let's go.

Ah.

You're sleeping like your lazy mother.

Lazy bones. (CHUCKLES)

It's all right. (MAVERICK BARKING)

(SCOFFS)

Shh.

ZACH: Mav, hey. Hey.

(GRUNTS)

You know, we talked about the summer courses.

So, I figured I'd just get a couple of classes going... and then go back to the full load in the fall.

You don't want to just wait until the fall?

(SIGHS)

No, I don't want to just wait until the fall.

(STAMMERING)

Okay, I was just thinking because...

I know, it's just that this has come up and I...

No, I know. But the baby is coming in March.

I know it's not gonna be easy.

But I don't want to put everything on hold just to...

We're not putting everything on hold indefinitely.

I gotta keep working.

But if I stop doing it now... then I feel like I'm not gonna be able to start back up again.

I'm gonna be stuck in this house and I'm gonna become some housewife.

Then I'm gonna turn into your sister.

I'm gonna be Natalie, and I don't want to be her.

Sam, you're not gonna be Natalie. It's you and me.

That's what it's turning into. I know that... but this isn't what I wanted to begin with, okay?

I didn't want to get pregnant and now I am.

And I just want life to go back to normal.

I don't want to talk about it anymore and my fucking hair is falling out, okay?

Sam! Whoa.

HEY. ZACH: Hi. Are you excited?

Yeah! Yeah, why?

Because today's my First Communion.

ZACH: Oh, shoot, my bad.

(TALKING INDISTINCTLY)

Hi.

Oh, I'm so glad you're here. How are you feeling?

Well, well, well.

Are you ready for your big day, young lady?

You've got the whole family here.

Yeah.

(ALL CHUCKLING)

Hello, Sam. Hi.

How are you doing? I'm doing well, how are you?

(COUGHS) I'm good, really.

So, when is the little one due?

ZACH: One month. One more month.

One month. That's good. ZACH: Are you all right?

MR. MCCALL: Do you want a bottle of water?

No, I'll be fine.

One month. That's the home stretch, right?

ZACH: Yeah. (COUGHING)

I've just got something in my throat. I'm so sorry.

Excuse me.

Sorry.

(CHOIR SINGING HYMN)


I think that's the nicest procession I've ever seen.

Boys and girls, we are so proud of you.

And we are so happy... to have you here this morning on this big important day in your lives.

Newest members of our church to gather round for the Liturgy of the Eucharist.

We are here to celebrate with you today your first Holy Communion.

Also, the first time... you receive our Lord Jesus Christ into your souls.

Uh...

(COUGHS)

Excuse me.

Uh, this sacrament...

(COUGHS)

(GUESTS MUTTERING QUIETLY)

It is a sacrament...

(COUGHS)

(ALL MURMURING)

MAN: Father Thomas, are you okay?

(COUGHS)

Where was I?

(CHOKING)

(CHILDREN SCREAMING)

(GASPS)

He needs help!

ZACH: It's okay, Father. Go call 911.

Thomas, Thomas.

ZACH: Hey, whoa, Sam.

Hey, hey! Stop, Sam. (GRUNTS)

Look, it's me.

Hold on. Stop. Stop!

All right. Hey! It's okay. (GRUNTING)

SAMANTHA: I don't remember what happened back there.

With Father Thomas.

Did I...

Did I do that to him?

What? No.

(SOBBING)

Hey. (SNIFFLES)

What the fuck is wrong with me?

ZACH: Hey, hey! Stop, Sam.

Look, it's me. It's Zach.

Hold on. Stop. Stop!

All right? Hey! It's okay. (SAMANTHA STRUGGLING)

"Zach"...

ZACH: Let's just go. Let's just go home.

FATHER THOMAS: Oh, lam so sorry. Where was I?

(PEOPLE GASPING)

(CHILDREN SCREAMING)

(REWINDING)

FATHER THOMAS: Jesus Christ into your soul.

(REWINDING)

(CHOIR SINGING HYMN)

(MUSIC PLAYING BACKWARDS)


Born from death.

(SPEAKING SPANISH)

ZACH: Look at this little guy. SAMANTHA: Hey, little guy.

Yeah, I hear it.

No, Zach, come on.

These men are staring at me.

ZACH: What?

SAMANTHA: I said, "These men are staring at me."

Hey, babe, let's put it away.

(MAN CHANTING IN LATIN)

(MEN CHANTING IN LATIN)

(MAN WHISPERING IN LATIN)

(OTHERWORLDLY ROARING)

ZACH: Come on. SAMANTHA: No.

ZACH: Yes. I'm sorry, but we gotta get up.

SAMANTHA: Ugh.

I'm so hung over.

ZACH: Yeah, no kidding.

Hey, Mason, it's Zach. Um...

Can you come over for a little bit?

I need to talk to you about something.

Thanks. And I'll meet you outside, in front of the house, okay?

I don't want to bother Sam.

Okay.

SAMANTHA: (COUGHS) Mmm...

How did we get home last night?

ZACH: I don't know. The guy in the cab?

What the fuck?

He was like our cab driver, on our honeymoon.

So I came home, looked at all the tapes, and there's all this mystery fucking...

Look at this.

MASON: You sure, man? Maybe it's some weird shit they do down there to scare tourists.

Whoa, what the fuck?

What the fuck?

It's gone.

(STUTTERS)

MASON: What are you talking about?

I was literally just looking at this shit right before you...

I was looking at this right before you came in, and now it's gone.

It's empty. It's gone. The fucking tape is gone now.

Fuck! Why don't you just take a breath, man?

No, I don't need to take a...

Wait, hold on. What the fuck?

NURSE: We've been monitoring him 24/7.

ZACH: Uh, do you think I can talk to him privately?

NURSE: If he needs anything, we'll be right outside.

ZACH: Father Thomas, how are you?

I had a small stroke.

Yeah, we heard.

Are you gonna be all right?

How is Sam?

Um, she's okay. That's actually why I wanted to...

I'm glad that she's okay.

Talk to you. Um...

I saw these weird symbols on our honeymoon.

And, um, I just don't know really what they are.

And I thought you might... because everything I've seen says they're, uh, religious symbols.

So, uh, there's these ones... and then there's that.

There's a bunch more.

These are the only ones I've actually seen in person.

The other ones were all just linked to it when I started looking.

John, first John.

What?

First John, 2:18.

"And children, this is the last hour."

"You have been told the antichrist is coming..."

"and so, that there are many that are coming."

"That is how we know it is the last hour."

What are you talking about?

These are from early, early religion. These are... early religion, there is a sect, dissident.

They tried to bring the church down in it's early days.

They did rites, and they used those symbols.

They painted them on the point of entry and on the nest.

The point of conception and the point of birth.

ZACH: What?

So that he could get in.

There was ash all around. There was ash everywhere.

The antichrist is coming.

"So will there be many antichrists..."

"and that is how we know it is the last hour."

"They will be coming."

I didn't mean to upset you.

It's the last hour. I'm really sorry.

I don't think you can be here with that anymore. You have to go now.

I need you to go now, Zach. Yeah.

I'm very, very tired and I need you to go.

Put that away. It's gone.

I'm really sorry. I didn't mean to upset you.

You've upset me. Just go.

Go. I hope you feel better.

Now! Go!

Okay, all right. (MACHINES BEEPING RAPIDLY)

ZACH: Nurse? Nurse, can you...

Um this one is from you. This is from Emily.

(WOMEN CHEERING)

There's more to come. That's just a taste.

EMILY: Whose is this one?

SUZIE: I don't know. It doesn't have a name.

Does this belong to anybody?

Well, anonymous.

SUZIE: It's nameless. Anon.

SUZIE: You're just getting gifts from everywhere.

Sorry, whoever this is from.

Brooke!

What a sweetheart, Brooke! (WOMEN CHEERING)

I didn't read the note, so, I don't know what's happening.

BROOKE: That's nice of you.

EMILY: Sam, are you okay?

(GLASSES CLINKING)

ZACH: How was the shower?

SAMANTHA: Fine.

(DISTANT CLATTERING)

Did you hear that?

(ZACH BREATHING HEAVILY)

(CAR ALARM RINGING IN DISTANCE)

ZACH: Fuck.

Every window in the house, but a lot of them in these.

This is really mostly where I see it, so I don't know what to do.

You know, I have to admit, it is, uh, kind of weird.

Someone was in here, all right?

Someone broke into our house.

Wait, hold on a second.

But, look at the porch.

(MUFFLED CONVERSATION IN DISTANCE)

I can file a report, and call us if there's any other problems.

That's all I can do for now. You have a nice night.

(KISSING)

(SIGHS)

STEVE: Okay, here we go.

Here he goes. ASHLEY: You're gonna break your neck.

JAY: Uh, uh, uh! (ASHLEY SHRIEKS)

JAY: Oh, he got it! No way!

Wow, I'm so impressed.

What's up? JAY: Take this. I gotta take a piss.

Oh, fuck.

I'm out.

Do you want to come? Will you hold it for me?

STEVE: No, she doesn't want to.

Since Jay's gone, do you want to...

JAY: Hey, guys! You gotta come see this!

What is he doing? STEVE: Fucker.

You're fucking me up.

JAY: Look what I caught.

ASHLEY: What is that?

STEVE: Oh, fuck.

Dinner is served, y'all.

ASHLEY: Jay, stop.

That is so gross. STEVE: Oh, what in the fuck?

ASHLEY: Please, don't touch it.

Oh, it fucking stinks!

Hey, take a photo. STEVE: I'm taking a video, jackass.

ASHLEY: It smells like shit. STEVE: Touch it, see if it's still warm.

You guys, there is something over there.

STEVE: You're so fucked up.

ASHLEY: Look! Do y'all see that?

-JAY: Shut up. -STEVE: What?

ASHLEY: Wait.

STEVE: Yo.

JAY: Hey.

ASHLEY: What is she doing?

STEVE: Ash, stay back.

JAY: Ma'am, are you okay?

STEVE: What the fuck is she doing?

(SQUELCHING)

ASHLEY: Oh, my God.

STEVE: Oh, shit!

ASHLEY: Ma'am, are you okay...

(ASHLEY SCREAMS) (STEVE GASPS)

What the fuck!

Run! (PANTING)

(JAY GRUNTS)

STEVE: Come on, man. Get up! (SCREAMING)

What the fuck! Oh, shit!

(PANTING)

(SCREAMING)

No! No!

(INHALES DEEPLY)

Oh, fuck.

ZACH: Hey, are you all right?

Yeah, I'm good. Actually, I feel a little bit better.

ZACH: Good. Um...

Do you need anything?

No, I'm good. Thanks.

Okay.

(SAMANTHA HUMMING)

(CLATTERING)

ZACH: Sam?

Sam?

(HUMMING CONTINUES)

Hey.

(HUMMING)

Sam.

(SAMANTHA CONTINUES HUMMING)

What are you doing?

Sam?

Hey.

What's going on?

Are you okay?

Sam, what the fuck is going on?

Whoa, whoa, whoa... (GRUNTS)

(SAMANTHA SCREAMING) Don't touch us!

Sam, it's just me. All right?

It's just me.

Stop, stop, stop! Sam! (GRUNTING)

It's okay, I think you're dreaming. Hey, stop.

It's okay. It's okay. (SAMANTHA PANTING)

ZACH: It's me. No, it's me. (WHIMPERING)

ZACH: I got you. I got you.

It's me.

It's all right, I'm right here.

See, see? Look, it's just me. Okay?

Are you okay?

It's okay.

(SAMANTHA TEARFULLY) What's happening?

ZACH: Nothing.

You just had a dream.

(SOBBING)

It's okay.

It's okay.

ANSWERING MACHINE: The McCalls. Leave us a message, and we'll call you back as soon as we can.

Hey, Dad, um, it's Zach. Uh...

Look, I think Sam and I need to come over and stay with you and Mom.

Sam is really freaking out and it's gotten me really scared.

It's just not normal, okay? And I know this sounds really crazy... but I swear, there have been people watching us.

We just don't want to be alone, okay?

I think we'd just feel a lot better if we were with you and Mom.

So, uh, call me back.


Fuck.

(PANTING)

(ENGINE STARTS)

ZACH: Hey!

Hey!

(MAVERICK GROWLING)

(DOOR UNLOCKING)

ZACH: Hey. Hi.

Thanks for coming over. Sam is upstairs, she's sleeping.

Is she feeling okay?

ZACH: Yeah, she's fine. I just need to take off for a minute.

I didn't want her to wake up and have no one be here.

Okay. Where are you going?

ZACH: Just don't answer the door.

Okay, bye.

Weirdo.

(ZACH BREATHING HEAVILY)

(OPENS FRIDGE DOOR)

(BOTTLES CLINKING)

(SNIFFS) Hmm.

(SUZIE HUMMING)

SUZIE: Sam? (SCRATCHING)

(FOOTSTEPS ASCENDING STAIRS)

Sam?

Hey, Sam?

Hey.

Sam?

Samantha?

Sam?

(SCRATCHING)

Samantha?

(SCRATCHING CONTINUES)

SUZIE: Sam, Jesus! What are you doing?

Sam, hey, hey! Give this to me.

Stop, stop, stop. Sam, stop.

Give this to me. (SCREAMS)

Sam!

Sam, stop! (SCREAMING)

(ZACH BREATHING HEAVILY)

(THUNDER RUMBLING)


(DOOR CREAKING)

(SONG PLAYING INDISTINCTLY)


(DOG BARKING)


Fuck.

Shit.

(DOOR OPENING)

(DOG WHIMPERING)

(FOOTSTEPS APPROACHING)


(MAN CHANTING IN LATIN)


Fuck.

Fuck!

(SCREAMING)

(PANTING)

(TIRES SCREECHING)

(HORN BLARING) Oh, shit!

(STARTS ENGINE)

OPERATOR: 911, what's your emergency? I need some help.

Something is happening to my wife. Please, send someone over.

OPERATOR: What's the address? 901 Harrison Street. Please.

OPERATOR: Sir, I'm sorry, I can't...

Shit.

What the fuck?

ZACH: What do you want?

Leave us the fuck alone! (WOMAN SCREAMING)

Sam?

Ah!

Fuck.

(GRUNTING)

Shit. Fuck.

(GLASS SHATTERS)

Sam!

(WOMAN SCREAMING)

(RUMBLING)

What the fuck?

Sam?

Sam?

Oh, Jesus. (PANTING)

What the fuck?

(CHANDELIER CHIMING)

(WOMAN SCREAMING)

Sam!

Shit! Fuck!

Sam!

Sam!

(INDISTINCT WHISPERING)

Sam?

Sam, what are you doing?

(SCREAMING)

What are you doing?

Stop, Sam. This isn't you.

Please. Please, just come with me.

Please, let's go. We gotta get...

(ZACH SCREAMS)

(COUGHING)

(GROANING)

Oh, God.

Suzie?

Suzie? Suzie?

Fuck. No, no.

Oh, God. Oh, God.

Fuck.

Fuck.

Fuck.

Sam.

Please. It's okay.

Come on, please. It's me.

Come on. Just come with me, please.

I'm sorry.

It's me, come on.

No! (SCREAMS)

No! Stop!

Please. Please.

Sam. Sam!

Sam!

What are you doing?

Please, just let me down.

Sam! Fuck!

No! No, Sam!

Sam, no!

(SCREAMING)

Stop! Please stop, Sam!

(BOTH SCREAMING)

(SOBBING)

SAMANTHA: Zach? Sam.

SAMANTHA: Zach. I'm here.

SAMANTHA: What happened?

What happened?

ZACH: It's okay, it's okay.

SAMANTHA: Is the baby okay?

Yeah. I love you.

Is the baby okay?

Yes, it's okay. Don't worry, it's okay.

(CONTINUES SOBBING)

SAMANTHA: I'm sorry.

ZACH: No. I love you. I love you.

I'm so sorry. I'm so sorry.

No, no, Sam.

Sam.

Sam, no.

Fuck.

(ZACH SOBBING)

Please...

(FOOTSTEPS APPROACHING)

No. No, no!

Stop. Just stop, please.

Just leave us alone, please.

No, leave her alone.

Leave her alone!

(BABY COUGHING)

(BABY CRYING)

No.

(POLICE SIREN APPROACHING)

Don't, don't, don't...

No, no. No!

(SNIFFLES)

POLICE: So, what did you do with the baby?

They took it.

And this is the same "they" who killed your wife and your sister?

You know, we checked.

The Anderson house.

(CLEARS THROAT)

It's been abandoned for years.

Completely empty.

And there's no Dr. Dylan at Willow Oak or any other hospital in the area.

Why don't you tell us... what really happened?

Mr. McCall?

(INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS)

WOMAN: Look at it. Oh, my God!

MAN: I got it, sweetie.

That's so amazing. It's like a dream come true.

Okay, last day of the honeymoon!

Au revoir, Paris.

All right, let's do one together.

Can we come back next year, baby?

We are gonna come back every year.

Okay, good. Promise?

It's been awesome, hasn't it? Best trip ever.

I love you so much.

I love you.

WOMAN: Let's get a taxi.

You got it. Perfect.

Bonsoir. Bonsoir.

You want a taxi?

Yes, please.

Come, get in. WOMAN: Okay.

CAB DRIVER: I take you somewhere fun, eh? WOMAN: Okay, yes.

CAB DRIVER: Authentic. Outside the city, but...

MAN: All right, good. WOMAN: Let's go somewhere fun.

CAB DRIVER: It's first time here? Yeah, it's the first time.

CAB DRIVER: And newlyweds?

WOMAN: Yeah, how did you know?

(SINGING) Oogum, Oogum, Boogum, Boogum, Boogum.

Now, baby You're casting your spell on me.

You got me doing funny things like a clown.

Just look at me.

When you wear your bell-bottom pants.

I just stand there in a trance.

I can't move You're in the groove.

Would you believe, little girl.

That I am crazy 'bout you.

Now go on with your bad self.

Now mercy, mercy on me.

All right.

When you wear those big earrings.

Long hair and things.

You got style, girl That sure is wild.

And you wear that cute trench coat.

And you're standin' and posin'.

You got soul You got too much soul.

I just say who got the blues Say who got the blues.

Say who got the blues now.

Castin' your spell on me

(ONCE UPON A TIME PLAYING)

Once upon a time When I was in high school.

I was in love with you, lady And you treated me so cool.

I was driving a Chevy '72.

It had four on the floor, girl 120 it would do.

And I remember Marvin Gaye.

Singin' What's Going On.

And there was a war, baby Somewhere across the sea.

I don't wanna go and fight, girl

'Cause you were really lovin' me.

I remember Martin Luther King.

Lord, he was the man, babe That gave us all a dream.

And I remember Marvin Gaye.

Singin' What's Going On.

Don't play with my love.

And I remember Marvin Gaye.

Singin' What's Going On.

They used to have sweet music in the park.

Lord, up at Monterey straight down to the Melody Bar.

You used to wear, girl Them hot pants.

When you strolled down the hall All the boys wanted a chance.

And I remember Marvin Gaye.

Singin' What's Going On.

Don't play with my love, oh.

I remember Otis Redding.

Sittin' at the Dock of the Bay.

But then he went away.

And I remember Sam Cooke, y'all.

So Bring It on Home to Me.

From your love I can't be free.

I remember Elvis Presley.

And them Blue Suede Shoes.

Lord, they gave me the blues.

I remember Marvin Gaye.

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