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#107 : I See Your True Colours And That's Why I Hate You

Titre en VO : I See Your True Colours And That's Why I Hate You
Titre en VF : La Vengeance De Marcus
Diffusion sur Syfy : 28 février 2011
Diffusion sur Syfy France : 1 novembre 2011
Ecrit par : Jeremy Carver & Anna Fricke
Réalisé par : Jeremiah Chechik

 

La réunion de famille de Josh est un désastre. Aidan se bat pour la sécurité de ses amis tandis que Bridget quitte progressivement Sally pour se rapprocher de Danny.

Guests : Jennifer Morehouse (Ellen Levison), et John Maclaren  (Neil Levison).

 

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Reprenant là où nous nous sommes quittés dans le dernier épisode, Josh attend à l'hôpital au sujet d'Emily. Sally ouvre la narration. Elle dit que les monstres sont plus effrayés des humains que les humains d'eux. Josh montre à Aidan son incapacité à s'occuper d'Emily  lorsque nous remarquons Bishop qui prend la déclaration d'Emily de l'autre côté de la pièce. Aidan est curieux de savoir qui était l'agresseur d'emily, mais Josh dit qu'il ne sait pas, qu'il y avait le nom de Marcus. Bishop, explique à Marcus qu'il a agressé Emily par représailles, en référence à l'attaque de Josh sur des vampires il ya quelques semaines avec Ray. Aidan explique la situation à Josh, en lui disant d'emmener Emily hors de la ville afin qu'il puisse arranger les choses.

Bridget entend la voix de Sally lui disant qu'elle n'est pas le seule. Bridget tente de la bloquer avec des écouteurs.


Retour à l'hôpital, Josh et Emily se disputent sur la nécessité de quitter Boston. Emily n'a manifestement pas envie, pensant que son agression est simplement un hasard. Elle accepte de partir si Josh revient avec elle chez leurs parents. Josh n'est pas revenu chez lui depuis deux ans. Leur mère ne semble pas choquée de voir Josh.

Josh fouille dans une vieille boîte dans sa chambre et trouve le papier annonçant ses fiançailles. Il demande à Emily si elle ne trouve pas  bizarre que leur mère agisse comme il n'était jamais parti. Emily lui dit qu'elle a peur de le perdre à nouveau et Josh pose des questions sur leur père. Emily a caché le fait que leurs parents sont séparés.

Josh confronte sa mère. Ils sont interrompus lorsque son père arrive, et Josh commence à s'excuser en leur disant qu'il va bien et qu'il est même heureux . Son père lui pose une question inattendue, depuis combien de temps il pensait être un loup-garou. Il sort le journal de Josh. Josh tente de déjouer les tensions.

La famille est assise à table,... quand Emily arrive et s'excuse d'avoir volé le journal.

Retour à la maison, Aidan est sur les marches du perron de l'appartement quand Sally arrive et se plaint de Danny et Bridget. Elle se sent coupable d'avoir poussé Bridget vers Danny , sachant maintenant qu'il abuse d'elle.


Retour chez Danny qui se réveille d'une sieste sur le canapé . Les lumières clignotantent. Il commence à paniquer. Danny demande à Sally s'il est censé avoir peur, et dit qu'elle est pathétique. Danny lui dit qu'elle n'est rien, car elle est morte et qu'il est vivant et enfin heureux sans elle.

Josh se lève après le dîner et trouve Aidan à la porte. Il veut l'aider. Josh ne  l'invite pas, mais sa mère le fait. Emily rassure sa mère sur l'appartement d'Aidan et Josh. Sa mère lui demande s'ils sont heureux, mais il semble aussi qu'elle pense qu'ils soient gays.

Aidan rompt la tension avec une brève histoire sur Nora,. Ses parents commencent à raconter à Aidan le journal personnel de Josh. Aidan commence à se transformer à table après avoir mangé une aile de poulet. Il explique à Josh que ça ne tue pas un vampire mais que ça le transforme. Josh apporte du thé à la camomille à Aidan , ensuite il prend un bain d'herbe pour remédier à la situation.

Quand Josh revient voir ses parents, Marcus est à la porte et parle à son père. Josh ferme la porte, poussant son père. Son père réouvre la porte, mais Marcus est parti. Josh attrape un couteau, en expliquant qu'ils ne doivent pas laisser entrer Marcus. Josh se précipite à l'étage pour voir Aidan, qui a déjà sauté par la fenêtre pour chercher Marcus. Les deux vampires se retrouvent dans la cour arrière alors que la famille de Josh continue à penser qu'il est fou.

Marcus explique que Bishop ne l'a pas envoyé et se demande pourquoi Aidan travaille si dur pour protéger les êtres humains. Marcus lui dit ue Bishop ne le laissera jamais le tuer. Pendant ce temps Josh se précipite à l'extérieur pour aider Aidan. Marcus s'en va et décide que les deux ne valent pas la peine de risquer la colère de Bishop.

Le Père de Josh exprime à nouveau le désir qu'il a de chercher d el'aide pour aider son fils, mais Josh lui explique qu'il n'y a pas moyens d'arranger ses problèmes. Il révèle que ses problèmes sont plus profonds.Josh regarde Emily, et leur révèlent vérité. Son journal n'est pas un roman, ce n'est pas fantastique ... tout cela lui est arrivé. Il leur dit qu'il est un loup-garou, et que c'est la raison pour laquelle il est parti. Ses parents sont clairement désemparés, ils pensent que leur fils est fou.

Retour chez Danny, Sally dit à Bridget, qu'elle comprend ce qu'elle fait, en se disant que ça ira mieux. Elle lui dirt qu'elle va stopper Danny, mais qu'elle a besoin de Bridget pour comprendre ce qu'il a fait. Sally lui prend la main et l'oblige à écrire. Bridget est effrayée et confuse jusqu'à ce qu'elle voit le message "Il m'a tué."

Plus tard, Sally regarde le couple boire une bière.Bridget demande à Danny, comment Sally est décédée. Quand il évite le sujet, elle demande si Danny l'a tuée, et avoue que c'est ce que Sally a essayé de lui dire. Danny dit à Bridget que c'était un accident. Il lui explique la chute dans les escaliers. Bridget le croit et laisse tomber Sally.

Le lendemain matin, Josh explique ses sentiments mitigés sur ses parents à Aidan. Aidan lui dit qu'il a essayé la même chose avec sa femme et son fils après sa première transformation, en pensant qu'il devait y avoir une façon qu'ils comprennent. Josh pense qu'il peut gérer la situation, ce n'est qu'une seule nuit, dans un mois après tout. Aidan lui dit que c'est plus que ça. Aidan peint un tableau idyllique de ce qui pourrait arriver, mais s'il se transforme rapidement,il lui dit que le risque est trop grand de vivre avec des humains normaux, en particulier la famille.

Pourtant, Josh va rester à la maison pendant un certain temps, et Emily accepte sa condition, en lui offrant de revenir une fois par mois pour l'aider. La famille se réunit dans la cuisine,

À la maison funéraire, Aidan arrive et Bishop s'adresse à un groupe. Aidan les avertit de rester loin de ses amis. Marcus commence à le narguer en lui disant qu'il sent comme une odeur de chien et se met à rire. Bishop  intervient et lui dit qu'il ne doit pas tourner le dos à sa famille.

Bridget marche dans la chambre de l'appartement vide.Elle parle à Sally. Elle lui dit qu'elle est désolée que Sally soit décédée et qu'elle lui manque tous les jours, mais que c'est la dernière fois qu'elle lui parle. Sally lui dit que ce que Danny lui a fait ,va lui arriver aussi. Bridget dit qu'elle a besoin d'accepter que c'était un accident et d'essayer de trouver la paix .

Marcus conduit sur une route vers une ville Amish. Une femme Amish l'escorte dans une grange et lui dit qu'il faut attendre deux heures jusqu'au coucher du soleil. Il dit qu'il va attendre. La grange est remplie de corps emballés dans des chiffons la tête en bas.

(song): I'll take you back home

(Sally): We're more scared of you than you are of us. That look on your face, that scream on your lips when you eventually see us it's enough to make us forget we were ever humans at all.

- She has a pretty bad gash on her head some bumps and bruises.

And where exactly were you? - I am going to find who did this.

- And what? Kill them? She was drunk, Aidan.

Some guy came on to her in an alley.

She probably pissed him off.

And he was probably drunk, which is why I asked you to watch her.

So just don't do anything.

- Josh, I I'm sorry.

(woman on PA): Phone calf, please, Dr.

Roberts.

- What did Emily say about the man who attacked her? - What? I don't know - What did he look like? - I don't know.

He offered her alight.

- That it's? That's all he said? - He gave her some fake creeper name.

Marcus, Michael, I don't know (sighing) (whispering): Marcus? He said "Marcus"? (man over CB, indistinct) I never thought you would stoop to this, cleaning up Marcus's mess.

- Marcus's mess? - He needs to be punished - For what exactly'? Your roommate cold cocking him in an alley, or for the fact you started doggy daycare in the first place? - Marcus beats up 19-year-old girls.

Really? That's the program you're running now? - The program is a little bit different since the last time I saw you.

- It is out of control, even for you.

- Oh, I'm in control.

You're the one who's slipping, Aidan.

Marcus was provoked by a lesser being.

He retaliated.

'Timewise, you would've done the same thing.

You know we arrested somebody last week whose pit-bull killed a 10-year-old girl? You let your dog run wild, Aidan.

The rest is justice.

- You and Emily need to get out of town.

- What? Why? - Because you can't be a werewolf and tear up a vampire on their own turf.

Do you have any idea what you've brought on yourself? On us? - Wait.

What? - Marcus.

Mm-hmm, yeah.

Josh, the one who jumped Emily, he is a vampire and he is one of the worst - How do you know that? - That cop you talked to I tried to tell you.

Josh, there is an order to things, and Bishop-- - He's a vampire too? God, Aidan! .

Shut up! Shut up! You and Emily, you need to leave town.

(sighing) And I need to fix this.

(Sally): It? that shred of humanity that makes us eventually crawl out from under the stairs and show ourselves to you Because even a monster can be afraid of the darkness.

Bridget.

Bridge.

I'm here.

Can you hear me? I know what he's doing to you.

You're not alone.

Bridget.

Come on, just hear me out.

(soft rock music) Really? You can't hear me? I'm a ghost.

I transcend pseudo-hippie rock.

- Leave me alone! Do you hear me? Get out of this house.

Get out of my head.

Just leave me the hell alone! .

Hey- - I'm not going anywhere.

I'm fine.

I'm not even on the good painkillers.

- We're going to the house, we're getting your things and we're going.

- Where? - We'll figure it out.

It's not safe here, Em.

That guy who jumped you he's still out there.

- Oh, God! He was some douche I jock-walked, okay? He's not a mass murderer.

- Em, just please.

- Only if you take me one place.

- Yes, of course.

Anywhere.

(horns honking in distance) (siren wailing in distance) - Hiya.

- Hi.

What's going on? I know we haven't had-- - I think Danny's hurting Bridget and he's a total psycho.

And I went over there to tell her that he's a total psycho and she told me to screw off.

And I feel horrible because I'm the one that gave her the blessing to be with him in the first place.

- You didn't know that Danny was a psycho, so-- - I didn't subconsciously know? I didn't deliberately trick Bridget into dating him because I'm really a horrible vengeful ghost and I wanted her to suffer like I did? - No! - Oh, I'm sorry.

Yeah, no, you're you're a vampire and also a ghost whisperer.

You don't know that.

- What if this is about finding your door? What if part of your closure is protecting Bridget? - Like condoms on a bed stand? - From Danny.

- How am I supposed to help Bridget if she doesn't want my help? - Maybe she isn't strong enough to face the trouble she's in, or maybe it's you, not Bridget, that needs to make Danny stop.

- I wasn't strong enough in the first place.

- Oh, that's not true.

You had plans, remember? You were gonna do something with your life.

You're tough, Sally.

And if you could make any physical impact on me whatsoever (sighing) I'd be wary of you.

You were strong before Danny derailed you.

And you know what he is now.

And he can't hurt you anymore.

(sighing) 'Ah! (screaming) (screaming) (screaming) (screaming) (screaming) (Emily): Josh? Josh? Josh? - Two years is too long.

They're gonna freak.

- You'll be fine.

- No, there will be freaking.

- Josh, Dad caught me macking with Amy Brennan, full-on second base right there.

Did he freak? - You got to second base with Amy Brennan? That's like my bucket list.

- It's Mom and Dad.

You're like the prodigal son returned.

- Oh, my God! Your father's gonna have a stroke.

- I'm fine.

- Josh.

- Hi, Mom.

- Thanks for bringing this one home.

Okay, so we're gonna go inside, we're gonna put something into that stomach and then we're gonna go see Dr.

Ruben.

- He's my pediatrician.

- Since you were nothing.

So he knows your body better than anybody.

- Well, you got that werewolf sister pretty good.

- If Aidan had been attacked by a pack of dogs, he would've done the same thing.

- Uh-huh.

- And you would've slapped him on the back for a job well done.

- Aidan never got himself into embarrassing situations like this.

I think you've done enough.

(pen clicking, paper rustling) (Josh's mom): Josh? - Yeah? - I'm making chicken.

You hungry? .

Okay' (song)): Should've been easier To wash my hands of all of this Hey.

Is Mom existing in a parallel universe right now'? - What do you mean? - You don't think she's acting a little strange, like I just got home from summer camp? She's making chicken! (sizzling) - What would you like her to do? - I don't know.

She hasn't seen me in 2 years.

Show some emotion? How about a guilt trip? - Mom's not gonna say anything, Josh.

She's she's terrified.

- Of me? - Of losing you.

'Cause I can't afford the doubt I can't afford the trust - And Dad? What? He's so scared of me he can't even bother to show his face? (inhaling and exhaling) - Dad doesn't live here anymore.

- Because? - They're separated.

- Since when? - Since when do you think? - Good, you can help me with the salad.

- You're separated? - Yes, but you don't have to worry about that.

- Yes, yes, I do because apparently, Mom, I'm the one who caused it.

- Can we just I would really rather discuss this when your father's here? Okay? - I'm uncomfortable with that.

I don't-- - Hello? Josh.

It's good to see you.

- Thanks, yeah.

Can we? Do you mind if we we? I lost it, okay? I flipped out and I am so sorry if I caused or contributed to whatever happened here, okay? But it's just It's vitally important that you both know l'm okay.

Whatever it was that I had it's under control.

I've seen a doctor, I'm on medication, I'm working in a hospital in Boston.

I'm actually sort of happy'- Really.

So just You don't you don't need to worry about me, okay? - Thank you, Josh.

For sharing that.

(Josh's mom): Yes, thank you.

- Okay, guys, seriously, can we just stop thanking each other and act like blood relatives for a minute? You don't have to treat me with kid gloves either.

If you wanna shout, shout.

.

Okay' So how long has it been, Josh? - Uh how long has what been? - How long have you thought you were a werewolf? (sighing) - Did I just? Did you just say? Did I just hear you say that you thought that I thought that I was a Where did you get that? That's my personal (whispering): Emily.

That's that's not even Do you really think that I think that I'm a werewolf? - Do you, Josh? - No, Mom! God! I Why would you even think that? - "Scientific research has confirmed one fundamental fact: "I'm a werewolf.

"But my research has yet to answer the most important question: Why?" - Yes.

You think that's me.

Guys! I hate to break it to you, but those are that those are notes for a graphic novel about a guy who thinks he's a wolf! (laughing) Guys.

- Tell you what.

Let's eat, catch up, and then we can talk.

- Let's do that.

(woman on TV): As it is the business of any legal action to discover if compelling evidence may be produced» (channels flipping rapidly on TV) (panting) (gasping) (Sally): That's right.

How does it feel? (gasping) Maybe one tenth of how scared you made me? - Sally? (breathing raggedly) Sally, is that you? 'Oh! - 'Cause if it is, I've got a question for you.

That's the best you've got? A busted light bulb and some spilt beer? This is supposed to scare me? Really? God, Sally! You're more pathetic as a ghost than you were alive.

And let's just be clear here.

That's pretty pathetic.

- What? - You know, I heard about you roaming the halls of our old place.

Baby, that's just sad.

You still don't have anything better to do than wait for me to come home.

- That's never who I wanted to be You made me into that! - And all that crap about howl made you give up your dreams.

You were just waiting for me to knock you up so you could sit at home and watch Lifetime.

- Shut up! - You know, you might scare Bridget with this crap, sweetheart but you don't scare me.

Because I know you're nothing.

You're dead.

And I'm alive.

I'm alive.

And I'm happy finally.

- So at least you got your next book, right? Mom has a breakdown, Emily starts kissing girls and your son thinks he's a werewolf.

You gotta admit, it's pretty much the psychotherapy jackpot, don't you think? Don't do that.

- Don't what? - Don't shrink me.

You said you wanted to talk.

Let's talk.

- I'm just trying to understand.

- So ask! Scream.

I'm your son.

You can talk to me.

(sighing) - I'm sorry.

I thought you needed help.

I got scared.

(doorbell ringing) (sighing) - I swear to God, if that's my high-school math teacher here for an intervention, I'm gonna cut my face off.

- Just hear me out.

I can help.

- What? You can't be here.

- Josh, Josh, let me in.

- No, no! This is my family.

- You must be Josh's mother.

- Yes.

- I'm Aidan.

I'm Josh's roommate.

'Oh! - Aidan's just passing through.

He's leaving now - Actually, I would kill for a glass of water.

- Oh, well, we can do better than water.

You like roast chicken? - No, Mom.

- I love roast chicken.

- Good.

Well, all right, then.

Come on in.

So, Aidan, you and Josh met at the hospital.

- We did.

- Their place is actually decent, Mom.

Not your typical bachelor roofie den.

- Ah That's reassuring.

(laughing) - Hmm - Uh this chicken is delicious.

- Thank you, Aidan.

So Josh says that he's happy.

See, are you two uh, happy as roommates? - Mom! - We are.

Yeah, he is, really.

You don't mind if I-- - If you what? - --Josh had a girl over the other night.

- Ahem! No, I don't mind.

Please continue.

- Just a great girl.

Smart and funny.

And I don't mean to sell your son out.

- No, of course not.

- But get a couple glasses in him, he actually knows how to charm a lady.

(laughing) - We're okay with drinking on the medication? - I'm not I don't do that.

- No, I think I think it's good to have other forms of recreation.

- Oh, my God! - I'd be worried if you were spending all the time on that book.

- What book? - My graphic novel - ahem - about werewolves that my family thinks is a personal journal.

My personal journal.

(both laughing) - Hold on for a second.

So okay, you think that that Josh thinks that he's a werewolf? - Right? It's nuts on toast, right? (coughing) Yeah.

So, guys, can we put this to bed now, please? I'm not crazy.

It's not a journal, okay? I don't believe that I'm a wolf.

I don't believe in monsters.

You know why'? 'Cause there's no such thing as monsters.

(gasping) - Aidan, are you okay? - I'm fine.

I'm sorry.

(laughing) Um - Here's the deal.

You know what? He's He just went through a bad breakup.

I need to go check on him, because I don't think he's all right.

- Just something happened.

I I don't know.

Uh - Are you kidding me? Now? You have to do this now? - Does your mom cook with garlic? - I I don't know Seriously, is that a thing? - Yes or no, Josh! - I guess so.

Does it kill you? - No, no, it doesn't.

It just It makes us us.

- Okay, okay, so stop being you.

How'? How do we do that? - Uh, fever few.

- Fever what? Is that a band? - It's an herb, Josh! - Okay, how about any other herb? Any other herb, like, on earth! - Mistletoe? - How about matzo meal? Anything I don't have to summon a warlock for? Okay, all right.

Everything's fine.

Aidan's just having a small reaction to something he ate, so I'm just bringing him some camomile teas, some camomile tea.

Okay, okay.

So we have camomile lavender, camomile-mint.

I think there's like a lemon in here.

And you're naked and taking a bath in the middle of dinner.

- Out! - I don't wanna be in here.

- Out! Out! Out! - Okay, fine, good.

(Josh's father): You got rain on the drive? Well, they said we might get some tonight.

- Hello, Josh.

- Don't open that door.

Do not invite that man into this house.

- What? - Just don't! - Oh, this is ridiculous! - No, Dad, don't! (dog barking in distance) - Josh, why don't you tell me what you think is happening right now? Son! This isn't a solution.

- Take this.

- Josh.

- Listen to me.

If he gets inside, you need to cut his head off.

You need to cut it off completely.

Do you understand me? ' What? - okay! 'yes Keep them behind you, all right? - Josh! This is crazy! - Just do what I say.

Aidan! Aidan! (dog barking in distance) (grunting) - Josh, what's going on? - Not now, Dad.

(grunting) (laughing) (laughing) - The lengths you go to, to protect them now! (laughing) - And the lengths you'll go to, to kill when you tell Bishop you failed! - Bishop didn't send me.

- Whatever's going on, Josh, we can sit down and talk about it.

- He didn't ever want me to mess with his little prince's pet.

- So you come out here on your own to the suburbs to, what, kill them all? Who are you trying to hurt? The dog you keep saying is beneath you, or me? If this is about us, then you keep it between us! Oh! - Bishop would never let me do what I truly wanna do with you.

(grunting) (Josh's mom gasping) Come on out! Here, boy! - Oh.

my God! (Emily): Josh, put it down! - Josh, wait! (grunting) - Come on, little doggie! (grunting) (grunting) (Josh): Aidan! - I got this.

- Ah! Oh! Oh! - You kill me now, if you think you've got it in you, and you pay the price of Bishop, but you leave my friend and his family out of it! - You and your doggie aren't worth it.

(panting) - I know you don't wanna admit it.

You think it'll get better in a couple weeks.

Hmm? A couple months.

If you wear a new dress.

If you try a new position.

If you bake the perfect frigging' cake.

This isn't you, Bridget.

And it wasn't me.

It's just how Danny got into our heads.

And I swear to God I'm gonna make him stop.

But I need you to help me.

I need you to understand what he did to me.

I know you feel me.

(gasping) (panting) - Are you there? Why are you doing this? (panting) (gasping) (panting) - You need help.

- There's no way to fix what's wrong with me.

- There is always a solution.

- No, there isn't.

- You just need to be open to accepting it.

- You just refuse to see this as anything other than black and white, don't you? Like you always did, like we're part of your next study.

- You keep saying that.

Is that how you feel? Like I've studied you? - No.

If you'd studied me, you would've realized something was wrong.

Let me ask you something.

Before I left, before I flipped out, did it ever occur to you that I was unhappy? - You were driven.

- You were driving me! - What are you saying? You don't have a problem? Because healthy people don't do this, Josh.

Healthy people don't run out on their family, their fiancee, their future, without more than a scrap of paper saying "I'm sorry.

" Maybe I pushed too hard.

But only because you always acted like that was what you wanted out of life.

Son you can't possibly want this.

- We'll help you, Josh, whatever this is.

Please! You can't possibly want this.

- I don't.

You're right.

You're right.

It's not a graphic novel.

It's not fantasy.

It's happening to me.

- What is happening to you, baby? - I'm a werewolf.

That's who I am.

That's why I left.

What possible place is there for me here? (sighing) .

Are you okay? - I need you to tell me how Sally died.

- You know how she died.

You were practically the first to know.

- Keep going, Bridge.

You're doing the right thing.

- Did you kill her? 'What? How could you How could you say that to me? - 'Cause I think that's what she's saying to me.

(breathing raggedly) - Finally.

- It was an accident.

- So it's true? - No! No.

Look, Sally and me it wasn't like how you and I are, Bridget.

We weren't happy.

I never fought with anyone like I fought with her.

She made me so I wasn't myself.

(Sally): So it's my fault? - She was so strong! You know how Sally was.

I felt like she didn't need me.

I got insecure.

- So you had to beat me down.

- And that night, she lost her ring.

- The ring.

- She said it went down the drain.

And I didn't believe her.

So we got into a fight.

I grabbed her arm.

She fell, but I would never 'Ah! - God, I didn't No.

(sighing) - So she thinks you killed her.

- God! Maybe I did, Bridge.

God! Maybe I did, but I never would've She was everything to me.

You know, I keep trying to take back that second when her ankle twisted.

- Bridget, no, he's not sorry.

- You know, every morning, I wake up and I think about howl ruined my life, our life.

- Bridget, no.

(sobbing): I loved her so much.

- Bridget.

Bridget, do not believe him.

- It was an accident.

I know that now.

- It was strangely thrilling to finally just say it to them.

(birds chirping) And yet, somehow incredibly anticlimactic.

(train whistle blowing in distance) - You know, I tried the same thing a long time ago.

(crow cawing) My wife and my son.

I thought there must be some way to explain it to them, to be what I had become and keep them.

In time, they would understand.

They're my family.

That's what I told myself.

(sighing) - What happened? - We should go.

- What if you were right? Trying, I mean.

I can manage this.

It's one night a month.

I can-- - No, it's bigger than that.

- And Marcus? I mean, what if he's? I'm supposed to just leave my family if he's coming back? - No, he's not.

It's between me and him now.

But, Josh, he was coming after you.

You do not make it safer here.

- I can explain it to them walk them through it.

They're educated; they're reasonable.

- So you explain it to them, and maybe one day, they'll even believe that you are a wolf.

And so they'll build you a cage.

And it'll work.

Every month, you'll transform in the comfort of your own home.

And in the morning, your parents will be waiting for you with food and water.

And they will clean you like the day that you were born, because because he's not a monster.

He's our son.

And he would never ever hurt us.

So one day, someone will leave the cage unlocked because what's the worst that can happen? And brutally, against your human will you will kill them all.

- I won't let it get to that.

I know what I'm doing now.

I'll go to the woods.

- No matter what you do, they're gonna wanna get involved.

They're your family.

Which is exactly why they're defenseless against you.

- I've already hurt them too much not to try.

(horns honking, siren wailing) (man laughing) - Aidan! Oh, what a nice surprise! - Who are they? - Well I told you things had changed.

- Some things never change.

You stay away from my friends.

- Sure.

- Aidan - You stink like one, you know? Yeah, it's all over you.

Doggie stink, doggie sweat, doggie tears.

(laughing) Folks are gonna start to wonder.

- Wonder about what, Marcus? How our family could turn its back on its own? Turn its back on the weakest among us? We have too much to do in too little time to lay waste to the one strength we have.

That goes for the weakest.

And that goes for the mistakes.

(song): Who would've thought the boy could fly - So you think Dad's gonna run off with some 25-year-old babe? (laughing) - How jealous would you be? - How jealous would you be? (both laughing) - You're gonna stay, right? For a while? I can come home once a month, help out.

Whatever you need.

'Cause only the dreamer knows That life is not - Come on.

The world you see - Josh, come have some chicken.

It gets better than this Imagination exists 'Cause you're not alone You carried the weight of us all You're not alone anymore Still trying' to bring us home Remember the hero The boy that could reach to your sou! You're not alone anymore Who would've thought the boy could fly - Hello? Sally? - I'm here.

- I'm sorry about how you died.

And I miss you every day.

But this is the last time I'm gonna talk to you.

And if you come to me, if you haunt me or Danny I won't acknowledge you no matter how loud you scream no matter how scared I am.

This ends now.

- He'll do it to you.

It's just who he is.

- You're not at rest.

I get that now.

But it didn't happen the way you think it did.

Just accept that.

Accept that and maybe you can find some peace and move on.

We're moving on.

And you need to leave us alone.

My old friend Tell me when-2 have you been Have I wasted away All my tears tum to time (door closing) My old friend (inhaling) - And what happened? - The worst.

My old friend (door opening) Tell me when-2 have you been (door closing) Have I wasted away Did you wait till the end My old friend (crows cawing) (Woodpecker chittering) - I have news from Boston, born in concern.

May I see them? - It's two hours until sundown.

- I'll wait.

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