MAN 1 [OVER PA]: Good morning, Presage employees.
We hope you're all ready for our exciting team-building retreat.
Please enjoy your breakfast...
...and then make your way to the bus, which will leave shortly.
Hey, Sam, when I said, "Would you put breakfast together for the retreat?"...
...I meant, like, some stale doughnuts, some coffee.
But this is amazing.
Thanks, man. Just remember that when you see my sales report for last month.
Oh, I saw it last night.
Shit. Has Dennis seen it?
Look, you just need to make a decision, you know?
Are you gonna be "chef" or are you gonna be "sales guy"?
I'm saying that as your friend because, as your boss, I'm ready to fire your ass.
As your friend, I appreciate that advice. Good.
[EVERCLEAR'S "I WILL BUY YOU A NEW LIFE" PLAYING ON STEREO]
Inside my baby's room Hold on, man, I'll be right back.
Yeah, I guess I'm doing okay I moved in with...
SAM: Molly. Your ticket's canceled.
Tell me that's a mistake.
I was gonna tell you after this weekend.
Uh, tell me what?
That I don't think it's such a good idea.
What, the trip? It's my brother's wedding.
What's going on here?
We should talk about this later. Let's just...
What, pretend like I didn't see this for the next two days? No, let's talk about this.
It's not working out, Sam.
We're not working out.
Hey. Oh, it's, uh, Candice, right?
Not funny. Oh...
Okay, sorry, this is not a vacation. Okay, this is a business retreat.
So we're gonna be all business for the next two days.
I love you, but doesn't change the fact that you're still an intern.
Oh, um, but that 12:30 curfew tonight? You should plan on breaking that.
For the naked team-building.
[IN AUSTRALIAN ACCENT] Hey, Olivia.
Don't forget these.
Oh, yeah. I keep trying to.
Hmm. I like it. It's very Lisa Loeb.
Oh, well, you know...
...I'd rather be very Olivia.
We got a gig on Sunday.
Yeah, I'll be there.
Looking good. Uh, hi.
Olivia. Have you slept with every hipster in town yet?
Candice. Do you actually get paid for this internship...
...or does Daddy just increase your allowance?
You know, if you wanna get rid of that baby fat, you should try the gym.
They have these workout machines that you use on your back.
You're good at that.
Sweetie, it's not fat.
They're called tits.
You're not looking so hot there, Moll-face.
Did you try the little jam-bread whatever your boyfriend made?
I gotta tell you, he's a pre... Uh-oh, that's what it is, is it? Did I touch a nerve?
Just leave me alone, Isaac. Hey, Moll? Moll? Look at me.
If you ever need anyone to talk to...
[CELL PHONE RINGING]
...I've been told I'm a good listener by a lot of ladies. Shh, wait.
Tell me this is Kimber from last Tuesday. Wait, I'm sorry, which Kimber is...?
Hey, let's sit next to each other on the bus.
No, no, I remember you. You were, like, a bigger gal, right?
You know what you should do? You should apologize.
Why? Doesn't matter.
Never matters. "I'm sorry, because I..."
Hey, Stan, how's it going?
Uh, it's Sam, sir.
Did you just correct me?
SAM [STAMMERS]: No.
Look at me.
What's my name? Dennis.
All set, Pete?
Yes, sir. Yeah, we're just waiting on Nathan.
What's the one thing we can't recycle, Pete?
Wasted time, sir.
Exactly. I wanna be on the road in 90 seconds.
Uh, well, I just saw his car, so I'll go track him down.
Way to show some initiative, Stan.
It's gonna be a good day.
SAM: Hey, guys. MAN 1: Hey, man.
SAM: What's up, bud?
MAN: Why you riding Nate so hard, man?
ROY: You know, I'm just trying to make sense of it here.
Three weeks ago they brought you in as assistant plant manager...
...and now you got a day off? It's not a day off. It's a re... Re...
Re... Re-what? Retarded?
It's a retreat.
NATHAN: I don't wanna go. I'm just following orders.
So if you don't like it, then you can... ROY: I can what? What? I can what?
Nathan, hey. Come on, man, we're all waiting for you.
Yeah, okay. Now, hold on. What you gonna say?
What you gonna say?
I got 15 years on you here. You got, what, four years in some classroom upstate?
Listen, if you think I'm gonna sit here...
Not a good idea, Roy. Not a good idea, man.
We're fine for the day.
Why do you let him get away with that?
No choice. He's the union rep.
I fire him and suddenly I've got a factory full of Roys.
But I'll win him over, even if it kills me.
What about you?
When are they gonna offer you that permanent gig at the restaurant?
They already did. Dude, that's great.
SAM: I don't know, man.
I mean, they wanna send me to the flagship restaurant in Paris...
...for who knows how long? Could be six months, could be a year.
I just thought I'd be leaving too much behind.
Although now I'm not so sure.
Well, look, if you do go to Paris, do me a favor.
What's that? Take Roy with you.
Aw, hell, no.
NATHAN: Hey, Sam.
MAN [ON TV]: Get ready for a new adventure at 180 Corporate Consulting.
For the next two days, you will be tested, both physically and mentally...
...to help you reach your true potential...
...through working as part of your corporate team.
This weekend, a professional will guide you to achieving better results...
What are those for?
Oh, it's, um, just something I do to relax me. And for luck.
Gymnasts are worse than baseball players at this kind of thing.
[CELL PHONE RINGING]
Hey, Katrina, how you doing?
Nah, just this stupid retreat thing with the idiots from the office.
No, no, no, not you, sir. Them.
Hold on a sec, let me go someplace a little more private.
Bald's the new black, sir. Bald's the new black.
Yeah, no, hang on a sec, babe. Just gonna head on back to my private office.
[MAN SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY ON TV]
WORKER: The right-hand side!
Ow. Damn it.
MAN [ON TV]: For management, the valuable skills necessary...
...for being a good leader will be cultivated through a variety...
[ON RADIO] Dust in the wind All we are...
WORKER 1: We'll tie it off from the far side.
WORKER 2: Oh, whoa!
WORKER 3: Whoa, what the hell?
Peter, did you feel that? What?
WORKER 4: Look out!
SAM: Molly, come on. Candice.
WORKER 4: Go! WORKER 5: Go, go!
PETER: No, Candice! Aah!
Peter! Come on, Peter, let's go!
Molly, come on!
What the fuck?!
SAM: Oh, no! No! No!
Come on, let's go! Let's go!
OLIVIA: Oh, shit!
SAM: Over here! See the railing?
You can do this. Let's go.
Let's go. Do it!
You can do it. Don't look down!
MAN 1: Run!
OLIVIA: Help me!
OLIVIA: Sam! I'm right here. I'm right here. Okay.
MAN 2: It's coming loose!
SAM: Do you feel it? All right. MOLLY: Olivia, come on.
SAM: It's okay, it's safe. Now you've just gotta follow this to Molly's voice, all right?
Come towards me. Come on, you're almost there! Come on.
Come on. Come on! Molly.
[OLIVIA & MOLLY SCREAM]
NATHAN: Sam! Wait for us!
Oh, my God!
Aah! Sam, be careful!
MOLLY: Hold on!
Come on, come on.
Sam, hold on!
MOLLY: No! Peter!
[BANGING AND CREAKING]
Ow. Damn it.
MAN [ON TV]: As well as define controls and procedures.
We will help you build a culture of corporate ethics by defining...
[ON RADIO] Dust in the wind MAN [ON TV]: Risk management process.
We all gotta get off.
What are you talking about?
The bridge is gonna collapse. What?
We're all gonna die. What the hell is going on?
We're all gonna die if we don't get off this bridge now!
Stan, relax, it's just some construction.
Molly, please. Please, God, follow me.
Open the door.
This is a major liability issue. If something happens to them, it's on us, you get that?
Yeah. Then go get that.
Yeah. Yeah, yeah, all right.
Hey, Sam? Molly?
SAM: Peter, please, just follow. PETER: Come on!
Okay, everybody just calm down.
I'm gonna go help. Please don't.
PETER: Hey, guys, come on!
SAM: Let's go!
PETER: Sam, just get back on the bus. We can talk about it.
Molly, Sam, come on, guys.
Did he seem weird to you when he got on the bus?
No, he was fine. It's like he just snapped.
What's going on? What the hell is going on out here?
DENNIS: We should, uh...
ISAAC: Holy shit!
DENNIS: Get off the bus!
SAM: Come on!
How did you know?
MAN: That's the big question here.
How did you know?
It says right here in your statement:
"I saw it collapse. I knew it would happen."
That sounds premeditated to me.
No, no, no. That's not what I meant.
I had a vision.
Okay. A vision.
Psychic phenomena, ghosts, Bigfoot.
You actually believe in that stuff?
I don't know.
I'll tell you what I believe:
There's an answer for everything.
There's an answer for why you knew to warn everyone...
...the bridge was going to collapse, and minutes later, it did.
I told you, I saw it coming. I don't know how.
I just did.
And no one else did?
Like I said, it just came out of nowhere.
Did Sam have issues with authority?
Did he ever demonstrate any sort of extremist behavior?
Wait. "Extremist behavior"?
You mean like a terrorist?
You see him talk to anyone that morning? On a cell phone, pay phone?
Just his girlfriend.
His ex-girlfriend, I mean. Molly.
But that was in person. Molly.
BLOCK: Tell me about the breakup.
Was he upset? Scale of 1 to 10.
You must have been pissed, right? Getting dumped like that.
What does that have to do with anything?
I'm just trying to get all the pieces of the puzzle together...
...before I start moving them around, making them fit.
Look, I just had a hunch that something bad was gonna happen. That's it.
[KNOCKING ON DOOR]
Forensics came back with the analysis.
And? They're chalking it up to high winds...
...and structural damage from the construction.
AGENT: Yeah. Send everyone home.
You're free to go.
I have a feeling we'll be seeing each other again.
Call it a hunch.
WOMAN [ON TV]: Authorities are calling the North Bay Bridge collapse...
...a freak act of nature...
...citing a highway improvement project that may have weakened the superstructure.
Among the survivors were eight employees of Presage Paper...
...on their way to a business retreat.
The other 17 employees were killed in the collapse.
And although they've been branded the "lucky eight"...
...the surviving employees now face an uncertain future.
NATHAN: Hey, guys.
Anybody know when this thing's supposed to start?
When Dennis gets here, I guess.
That agent still hounding you?
No. You heard the news, it was natural causes.
Yeah, more like supernatural.
How you holding up? I tried calling.
No, yeah, I saw. I was just tired.
How did you explain it?
Sam, there had to be a reason.
Heh. That is exactly what the agent kept saying.
Whatever answer you're looking for, I don't have it.
Yeah, Sam's right. It doesn't matter how it happened.
We should all just put it behind us and be grateful we're still alive.
Definitely beats the alternative, right?
DENNIS: I look out at the faces today...
...and I see family members, friends.
But the people that left us on the bridge that day, they were more than that.
People like Jennifer Alcott...
Maybe you worked next to them.
Maybe you worked for them.
But we all worked with them, huh?
Who can forget Trevor Winn's smile?
Or Isaac Palmer.
Did he just say my name?
That's not funny. I know, I'm sorry.
I just get weird with tragedies. I'm sorry.
[WHISPERS] I see dead people.
...doesn't like to be cheated.
What's that supposed to mean?
You all just be careful now.
PETER: Okay. Thanks for the advice!
[BLUDWORTH WHISTLING "LEANING ON THE EVERLASTING ARMS"]
COOK: How's that foie gras, Sam? Waiting on you.
[TERRY POISON'S "BALLROOM" PLAYING]
Wasted like a drunk She drank, drunk, drunk Stop it It's not forgotten COOK 1: Thanks.
COOK 2: Got my dessert?
[MIKE CLEARS THROAT]
What's the matter with it?
Said it was flat. No flavor.
Do they want something else? MIKE: Yeah.
Let me taste it.
The customer is an asshole. The bourguignon is good.
MOLLY: Hold on.
You mind if I come in?
I thought you'd be working tonight.
Yeah. You know, I worked the first shift, but...
...there was something else I needed to do.
Can I? Oh.
Yeah. Sure, go ahead.
When everything started going down on that bridge...
...the only thing I thought about was you.
Getting you to safety.
You are the only thing I care about, Molly.
Whatever's wrong, I can fix it.
You haven't done anything wrong.
Then, what? What is it?
We talked about that.
I'm not going to uproot my life, leave you, for that job.
But it's the only thing you've ever dreamed of.
Life is too short, Sam.
You have to go after what you love.
You should take the job.
Go to Paris.
Hey. CANDICE: Hey.
What's the matter?
I don't know. I'm not ready. I don't feel ready.
It's been really hard to concentrate after everything.
Yeah? Are you sure?
Because this is the last practice before the championship.
And it's your last practice of your college career.
CANDICE: I know, but...
I think you got this.
Really? PETER: Yeah.
I mean, you love it out there.
Okay. You're right.
And besides, coach would kill me. Heh.
PETER: You got this.
MAN 1: You have to get a little more speed. You gotta hit that follow-up.
GIRL 1: I'm sore from the back extensions. GIRL 2: Really?
Okay, seriously, this is stupid.
They've gotta make it cooler or we're gonna pass out.
They're working on it.
CANDICE: Well, they should have it fixed by now.
COACH: Come on, Candice. You're up.
PETER: Come on, Candice. You got this.
COACH: Candice, now.
MAN 1: Really strong value on this.
GIRL 3: Hey, coach! How was that?
MAN 1: I wanna see you guys run the routine all the way through once.
That's good. Whew.
MAN 1: All right, Janine next. Let's go.
Let's go, ladies, and drink water.
Every time, Candice.
There you go. Thanks.
COACH: Nicely done, Candice.
Okay, go to bars.
WOMAN: Come on. Hit the floor. You can do it.
PETER: Go hard this time, Candice.
Let's be aggressive.
COACH: Here we go, Candice. Stay loose.
MAN 2: Okay, Porter, it's your turn.
MAN 3: Good.
COACH: Looking good, Candice.
GIRL 4: Oh, what happened? MAN 1: Don't touch her.
COACH: Someone call 911.
[AMBULANCE SIREN BEEPS]
I came as soon as I heard.
She was doing great.
She was almost finished with her routine and then...
Why did it happen?
This doesn't make any sense.
I don't know, man.
I'm sorry. I'm so sorry, Peter.
Let's just go, Sam.
How's it going?
Being here, I mean.
It's just so quiet.
Yeah, well, Dennis had all the calls rerouted to corporate.
Yeah, well, it's depressing.
Holy crap. Did you guys get your bereavement pay yet?
Hey, what's he doing here?
I think he just needed the distraction.
Yeah, that's a bummer about Candice.
Guess we all should have seen that coming.
You see the crazy shit those gymnasts do. I'm surprised it doesn't happen more often.
MAN [OVER SPEAKERPHONE]: Once you've handled the e-mail...
...you'll need to deactivate all the key cards of the deceased employees.
Instructions are in your binder.
Well, shouldn't that be the job of the facility manager?
The facility manager's dead.
Dennis, you want me to fly someone up there?
No, no, I got it.
You were so naughty.
Robert, my man.
You shouldn't have, buddy.
Hey, man, what are you doing up here?
Had to get off the factory floor, man. Roy's driving me crazy.
So, uh, who wants one?
Where'd you get these?
I stole it out of Roy's truck. Ha, ha. It's good, right? Ha, ha.
I got something better.
OLIVIA: Ooh, nice one.
Yeah, count me in.
Are you sure you wanna share that?
If I don't, I'll end up drinking it alone, which is just sad.
Well, this day just got way more fun.
No, I did call you.
Of course. I just called you right now, didn't I?
Because I really do wanna take you out again.
Yeah, yeah, we'll do, like, a nice romantic dinner.
You know, somewhere maybe outside the city.
You know what? I gotta go.
No, no, no. I'm not blowing you off.
Hey, listen. Hey, who's my girl, Kimber?
Amber, yes, that's what I said.
Amber? Amber, I'm sorry, wait a second. Is that weird sound on your end or mi...?
Sorry about that. My, uh, sister tends to get a little chatty sometimes.
So tell me about stress relief.
And what does this really get me?
This covers a session for two different physical therapies.
Like massage therapy?
This is a family operation. Everyone on staff is professional.
Hey, that's great. I prefer a professional. In fact, you know what? I kind of demand it.
I'm just trying to clarify, though, that this professional experience ends, uh...
I know exactly what you need.
[IN NORMAL VOICE] Oh, I'm sure you do.
Follow me, please. I'd love to.
Whoa, whoa, whoa.
Slow down there a little bit.
Yeah. Yeah, you have a lovely little canter.
Yum yum, dim sum.
Hold up there a second.
All right, these are solid. Just making sure.
Tend to be a bit noisy, if you know what I mean.
Ha, ha. Yo, Buddha. Slow down on the rice cakes.
Just close your eyes. Mm-hm.
And someone will be in to service you soon.
No, no. You're going the wrong way there, little lady.
[CHO SPEAKING IN CHINESE]
Wait a second, what happened to the younger version of you?
Okay, I'm sorry. Do you come with subtitles?
Maybe I should go.
Don't know what that means. No idea. Yep.
No, no, that's okay. That's okay, I'm all right.
Holy shit, you're strong.
What are you doing? Ow.
You're a little aggressive.
What's "capay"? I don't know what that means.
I don't want a "foo-hay." No "foo-hay." Aah!
[CELL PHONE RINGING]
Shit, that's my ride.
Shit. I gotta go.
SAM: Leaving more for us.
SAM: All right, well, more for me.
All right, bye.
See you later. Okay.
This is the end, so, what are we toasting to?
To, uh, finding new jobs.
Because it's only a matter of time before they shut us down.
Hear, hear. Oh. To starting over.
It just doesn't make sense.
She dies doing something that she's done...
...almost every day for the last 15 years of her life.
She said she didn't wanna do it.
She said she wasn't ready.
And I should have stopped her.
I should have done something. I should've...
Peter, there wasn't anything you could've done.
How do you know?
I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
Hello, Agent Block? This is Dennis.
Yeah, Peter just freaked out about something, I don't know what.
Does that mean anything?
[OVER PHONE] You told me to call if I saw anything odd.
I don't know yet, but thank you, Dennis, and call me if you see anything strange.
Should we maybe have code names for one another, do you think?
Over and out.
All right, ahem, show me how this happened.
I don't think I can.
BLOCK: What do you mean?
I mean, I could try it a hundred times and never re-create exactly what happened here.
This is some freaky shit.
Oh, that actually felt great.
Oh, yeah. Awesome.
Wait. Are those things even sterilized?
No, no. I'm not catching any diseases unless I've earned them.
Wait a second. You understood that.
You speak English.
All right, you know what?
Let's do this. Two billion people can't be Wong.
I said Wong. You follow me?
You get it, you're Chinese.
Ow, ow. Okay, it's in. It's definitely in. Ow, okay, yes, it is in.
How many of these are you gonna put in me?
[CELL PHONE BUZZING]
Oh, uh, hey, can you grab that for me? Thanks.
That's not very nice, you know.
Okay, your thumbs are kind of in my eyes.
I'm not gonna lie, it's a little annoying.
Once again, Chinese lady, I don't have a clue what you're saying.
[IN ENGLISH] Thirty minutes. You sleep.
Hey, there's a fire in here!
Hey, there's a fire!
Get in here!
[CELL PHONE BUZZING]
SAM: You should come with me.
Yeah, you know, you said it yourself. Like, you're gonna have to start over.
Start over with me.
How many drinks have you had?
Enough. Molly, I'm serious.
Look, you were right. If I don't take the job, I'll regret it.
But I'm not willing to lose you.
Why does it have to be one or the other?
I'm better when you're with me.
Uh, guys, you're not gonna believe this.
They're saying it was a freak accident.
Yeah, raise your hand if you believe that.
Who dies during a massage? Seriously.
PETER: First Candice, now Isaac.
It can't be a coincidence.
Where are you going?
NATHAN: It's that creepy dude.
SAM: Why are you following us?
Who are you?
You were at the cemetery, then the gym, now here.
What are you doing?
SAM: What's happening to us?
What makes you think I know anything?
SAM: You warned us.
At the memorial service. You said Death didn't like to be cheated.
It's just that I've seen this before.
You've seen what?
A lucky few survive a disaster.
And then one by one, Death comes for them all.
You changed things on that bridge.
There's a wrinkle in reality. And that wrinkle is you.
So, what, we're doomed to die?
I mean, is that it?
We just got our lives back, so, what kind of fucked up karma is that?
Are you saying that we can't stop this?
You were supposed to die on that bridge.
You're not supposed to be here.
You shorted Death.
So you let Death have somebody else in your place...
...and then you take their spot in the realm of the living.
All the days and years that they have yet to live.
And they take your place in death.
Then the books are balanced.
Wait a minute. We kill someone, we get their life? Is that what you're telling me?
I don't make the rules.
I just clean up after the game is over.
Maybe that's why Candice and Isaac are dead.
They weren't supposed to survive, and now it's coming after the rest of us.
No, not all of us.
Molly made it, she didn't die.
Well, when I had that vision, or premonition, or whatever it was...
...I got you across before the bridge collapsed.
You saved her?
Why, because you decided that she deserved to live more than the rest of us?
That's not what he's saying. I don't deserve to live more than anyone.
You deserve to live more than Candice.
Whoa, Peter, hang on.
NATHAN: No, look, guys, come on.
You're not drinking the Kool-Aid, are you?
Killing people to survive Death's list. Really?
I may not know what's going on, but it's not what that guy's selling.
Yeah? What else is it, then?
We need to tell Olivia.
OLIVIA: My forms are all signed.
MAN: I see that it's been quite a while since your first consultation.
What made you decide to take the leap today?
Uh, well, a lot is going on in my life...
...and I just don't wanna miss anything...
...you know, important.
Same reason I had it done myself.
Come on in back. Let's get you started. Okay.
LEONOTTl: Yep, that's the first step. You'll never need those again.
Here we are. Come on in.
What's with these?
Oh, just for some of our younger patients.
And, um, sometimes our older ones too. Come on.
What was that?
You know, it looks a lot worse than it really is.
Okay, I'm gently going to position your head...
...and I want you to tell me...
...when this feels snug.
I can't move my head.
Perfect. Just what we want.
There we go.
Okay, now comes the fun part. Here comes a drop.
And you will feel a little numbness in your eye...
...which is a good thing.
That's not so bad, is it?
What was that? Just relax, Olivia.
I'm just gonna enter some data into...
Do you know what? My assistant's given me an incomplete file.
I'll be right back.
OLIVIA: Hold on, you're leaving?!
Is that supposed to be happening?!
Olivia Castle. Where is she?
SAM: She might be in danger.
She's fine. We do this kind of procedure all the time.
DOTTIE: This has never happened before.
[DOTTIE & DETECTIVE SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY]
Stay with me tonight, please.
Five different systems had to go wrong...
...for that laser to fail us so spectacularly. Five.
What do you want from us?
I want you to tell me what you think is going on.
Two deaths? Okay, all right. That's a coincidence.
Three? That's a pattern.
...I know you two didn't do this.
But I think you know something.
What is it?
We don't know anything.
Take a guess.
We think we weren't supposed to survive on that bridge.
And now something is trying to set it right.
That's all you got?
SAM: Right now, yeah.
But if you come up with any other explanations, let us know.
Been up long?
Uh, I don't know. I couldn't sleep. I just kept thinking about the bridge.
Sam, you can't do this to yourself.
No. No, no, no. I was thinking about, in the premonition...
...we all got off the bus, but the ground gave way and Candice fell.
Then the bus tipped over.
And Isaac, he never got off the bus. He went with it.
What are you getting at?
I know that there was just so much going on...
Look, I know that I helped you across.
Then I reached back for Olivia.
But she didn't make it. She fell.
So first was Candice.
They're dying in order.
Who dies after Olivia?
NATHAN [OVER PA]: Roy, would you come to the control room, please?
MAN: Uh-oh, Roy, that's the boss. You in trouble, Roy.
ROY: Okay, schoolboy, what do you wanna talk to me about?
NATHAN: What is with your timecard? ROY: Let's talk about my timecard.
You cut my hours, which means you cut my pay!
I cut everyone's hours, okay?
Corporate has us operating at less than 50 percent until this thing blows over.
My bookie ain't operating at 50 percent.
My dumb kid ain't operating at 50 percent. Roy.
My ex-wife, she's taking 50 percent, so I'll tell you what I'm gonna do.
No, we gotta move, man.
ROY: Hey, I'm not going anywhere. Hey! NATHAN: Look, we gotta move! Gotta move!
We gotta move now!
[ROY GRUNTS THEN SCREAMS]
NATHAN: Roy! You okay down there?
Hey, Dennis? DENNIS: Hey.
They're closing us down.
They're shutting down the plant?
Not the plant, just us. Just sales and administration.
Can you believe it? Us?
It's the factory guys that usually get laid off.
Not us, we're supposed to be safe.
Yeah, Dennis, we got bigger problems.
Olivia and Isaac are dead.
Isaac Palmer, tech support.
Wasn't he dead already?
Listen, it's going to happen to us too if we don't do something about it.
Yeah, I understand. Listen, it's called survivor's guilt.
No. No, guilt doesn't kill you.
Obviously, you've never met my in-laws.
I'm not fucking around here, Dennis.
Anyone could be next.
It could be you. Understand?
What are you talking about?
We weren't supposed to survive that bridge collapse.
And so now it's kill or be killed.
You get that, Dennis?
I warned you. Do whatever you wanna do.
Hey, Agent Block, it's Dennis. Um...
Listen, Pete just came in here and he's just completely lost it.
He's yelling about "kill or be killed."
Oh, yeah, it definitely sounded like a threat.
NATHAN: I don't know. I don't know. It just happened so fast.
Nathan. Are you okay? Yeah.
We heard, and we thought... No. No, uh, I'm good.
Did you kill him?
No. No, I just...
It was just timing, you know? He got in the way and...
No, you did, didn't you?
You saw it coming, and then you took his life. You put him in the way.
No, I didn't really do anything.
Tell us the truth: Did you or didn't you? Hey, Peter, calm down.
Did you or didn't you?
Yes. I think I did.
I killed him.
So if the theory works, then you traded spots.
He should have your death, and you should have his years.
How do we know for sure?
I think there's an order to these deaths.
They mirror the order everyone died in on the bridge.
Then who would be next?
Who wants to be first to tell me what the hell happened?
Who is it, Sam?
Dennis! It was Dennis.
Why are you fighting me on this?
You're not seriously going to work, are you?
Molly, Isaac died on a massage table.
If Death is gonna come for me, I don't think it matters where I am.
You have to do something.
What, kill someone so I can live? No, of course not.
We'll just have to figure something else out.
I have figured it out.
Something saved me on that bridge.
Maybe it doesn't want me to die.
We can't live our lives in fear, Moll.
So if it happens tomorrow, or 50 years from now, whatever.
As long as we're together...
...I'll be okay.
Right? Why don't you come by after my shift...
...and I'll make you a nice late dinner, okay?
All right, give me this.
WOMAN: Excuse me. We don't have to wait for them, do we?
HOSTESS: I'll let you know. WOMAN: Okay, thank you.
[TERRY POISON'S "GIRL ON THE RUN" PLAYING ON SPEAKERS]
To the girl on the run
[SINGER SINGING IN FRENCH]
COOK 1: Veal's ready, take it out.
Samuel. Get to work on the bourguignon.
[SPEAKING IN FRENCH]
COOK 2: Pan coming through.
COOK 3: Whoa, watch yourself.
MANAGER: Okay. Meat's in. Pick it up, eh? COOK 4: Yes, sir.
That could've been ugly, huh? Ha, ha.
Yeah. Could've been.
Vincent, speed it up, okay?
SAM: Whoa, hey!
CHEF: Hey, clean that grate.
Just met your girlfriend. Oh.
Are you sure it's okay if I make her a little something?
Make sure to clean up afterward.
I will, of course. Thank you.
[SPEAKS IN FRENCH]
If the offer still stands...
...I'd like to take it.
[WOMAN SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY OVER RADIO]
SAM: Okay, no more suspense.
What you've been waiting for.
Wow. You're gonna help me with this, right?
Yeah, sure, if you want me to...
No? You don't want me to?
So how's your French?
Oh, good. Well, then, we can be terrible together.
Why? I took the internship.
What? Sam, that's amazing.
I'm so proud of you.
You okay, man? You look a little, uh, upset.
Yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Just a rough couple days.
Yeah. Yeah, for everyone.
For some more than others.
Do you mind if I come in?
Oh, yeah, of course. Yeah, come in.
Here, have a seat.
Peter, can I get you anything to eat? I can make you up some pasta.
Uh, no. No, no, no. I'm good. Uh, thank you.
Uh, I'm sorry. I just thought...
It's good that you're here. You shouldn't be alone right now.
Yeah, you know, I'm surprised I'm here at all.
Still alive, I mean.
I'm next to go, right?
It's me and then you, isn't it?
Anyways, uh, I was up all last night, you know...
...thinking about if I could really do it.
Do what? Take someone else's life.
If I could actually kill some stranger, replace their life with my own.
And I thought about it.
And I convinced myself that...
...yeah, I could.
So I went on a walk.
You know, nowhere in particular...
...but every couple of minutes, an opportunity would just present itself.
Heh. Like clockwork.
I could just grab somebody and pull them into an alley.
Or just shove somebody off a curb into traffic.
It'd be real easy.
Peter, what did you do?
Did you? No, I didn't.
I realized that...
...I couldn't kill somebody that didn't deserve to die.
And I thought about Candice, and I thought, "Wait a minute.
Candice didn't deserve to die.
Olivia didn't. Dennis didn't.
No, of course you don't.
...none of us deserve to die, then why is it...
...that you deserve to live, Molly?
You said it yourself...
Repeat, shots fired. Requesting backup. 1026 Washington.
Hide and I'll distract him. When you can, go.
PETER: Not done yet, Sam.
Where is she?
Where is she?! I'm not gonna let you hurt her, Peter.
You're gonna have to kill me first.
Well, that doesn't do me any good. Heh, heh.
Death's after you too.
This is crazy, Peter. Don't do this.
Just think for a minute, all right?
You are not a killer.
I don't wanna kill anybody, Sam.
I don't wanna die yet either.
Heh. It's not your time yet.
Don't worry, Molly...
...I didn't kill him.
But I didn't need to, Molly...
...because Death is gonna do that for me.
Doesn't mean I can't help it.
Are you okay? What's going on? It's Peter. He has a gun.
Oh, my God.
You killed him.
It's Sam's turn.
MOLLY: Peter, just go.
You have Block's life, you're safe now.
I'm sorry, Molly.
But you just witnessed the murder of a federal agent.
And I'm not gonna spend the life I just earned in prison.
Molly, go! Go get help!
You son of a bitch!
Tell Candice I love her.
It's gone. You killed him.
So does that mean I get Block's life?
I guess I do.
Do you mind if I take the window seat?
You're gonna make me sit in the middle? Uh-huh.
SAM: I'm like twice your size. Not really.
All right. MAN 1: Sit down.
MAN 2: I'll remove him. GUY: Fuck you. I'll remove myself.
GIRL: Get off him!
Come on, Browning! Come on, you punk! Get off the plane!
Get off the plane. You don't understand!
LEWTON: Everybody just stay where you are.
What's all that about? I have no idea.
PILOT [OVER PA]: Ladies and gentlemen, we'll be pulling away from the gate as...
[STATIC CRACKLES OVER PA]
MOLLY: Here we go.
WOMAN 1 [OVER PA]: The cabin lights have been dimmed for takeoff.
[MAN 3 SPEAKING IN FRENCH OVER PA]
[KANSAS' "DUST IN THE WIND" PLAYING ON HEADPHONES]
With curiosity Dust in the wind
Sorry about that.
WOMAN 2: Oh, excuse me.
Those passengers who got off the plane earlier, what was that all about?
FLIGHT ATTENDANT: A kid had a panic attack and wanted off the plane.
Said he had some kind of vision.
Oh, my God!
SAM: I got you!
Sam! Molly, hold on!
[SAM SCREAMING IN SLOW MOTION]
[KANSAS' "DUST IN THE WIND" PLAYING ON SPEAKERS]
Nice of you to come, Nathan.
I know Roy wasn't the easiest guy to work with.
I still can't believe he's gone, though.
Yeah. Yeah, no kidding.
I guess it was for the best.
What do you mean?
Company did an autopsy for insurance purposes.
Turns out Roy had an enlarged blood vessel in his brain so big...
...it was about to burst. They said he'd be dead any day now.
[OVER SPEAKERS] Nothing lasts forever but the...
Life's a bitch.
Dust in the wind
BLUDWORTH: You all just be careful now.
[English - US - SDH]