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【Grey】I don't know why we put things off. But if I had to guess, I'd say it has a lot to do with fear. Fear of failure, fail of pain, fail of rejection.
Welcome back, sir. Linda Vasquez called for you.
Tell her I'll call her in a couple hours with an update.
Very well. -
Sir? Unless you need anything, Kyle has you covered.
No, go home.
You did well this weekend.
Thank you, sir.
Oh, and before you go home, can you do me a favor? Would you swing by my house and make sure these get to Claire?
Yes, sir. And thank you, sir, for being so patient.
【husband】She had this thing for red when we met. Red car, red dresses, red hats. Personally, I hate the color. Too obvious, you know? But a couple years ago, I took her up to the mountains. She was in a red dress. And there was this field of red…poppies, I think. And she jumped out of the car. And ran into them. And started laughing…laughing at all the red.
Rita: Now, Ms. Cossell, in all the time that you've known them, have you
ever questioned Sam's ability as a father?
Annie: Never. Look at Lucy. She's strong. She displays true empathy for people, all kinds of people. I know that you all think she's as smart as she is despite him, but it's because of him.
Rita: So what you're saying is you don't worry about Lucy's future?
Annie: No, I do.
Annie: I worry all the time. I worry if they take Lucy away from her father they will take away an enormous piece of her, and I worry that she will spend the rest of her life trying to fill that hole.
What are you doing?
The, uh, BRAC commission stuff. I'm behind on it.
You don't usually work on the weekend.
Well, now I do. There's, uh, coffee in the kitchen. You want some?
Peter... Peter. If I decide to stay, it's because it's what I want, not what you want.
Which draft are you reading of the written testimony?
The one you sent on Thursday.
I actually changed it on Friday.
Can I show you? Yeah, I was thinking that we could start with job numbers and then go to economic multipliers instead of the other way around. What do you think?
Let's see what it looks like.
【grey】why do I keep hitting myself with a hammer? Because it feels so good when I stop.
Sam:But you still need to leave your husband.
Rita: My marriage isn't so bad.
It't just that..I've never lost at anything.
Picture this-- A 17-year-old girl traveling at 60 miles an hour spins
out of control in no traffic. She hits a guard rail. But if she's
wearing her seatbelt, which she was, and her car doesn't roll over three
times down a 20-foot ditch, which it did, then that young woman is still
alive. But you know what? The county administrator didn't build those
guard rails, so now she's dead.
We looked up the statute. Guard rails are under county supervision.
Are you trying to turn this around on me?
That's not all, Orrin. Your easement. You see, every couple of years the Piedmont Electric, they apply to bring power lines through Gaffney. The route comes right through your lot. Now, Gene and I always fight them off. But this year, if they were to reapply, hmm... Eminent domain. It would be such a shame to have to tear down this beautiful home.
Fuck you, Frank. You can't just roll up on my property and act like you own it.
Oh, but I can. We just did. I've won this district 11 times. Do you think that's just luck and a firm handshake? But I'll tell you what. I'm not a vindictive person. I don't like for anybody to lose if everybody can win, so I'm going to help you get elected in the fourth. You get to keep your house. I keep the fifth. We put the Peachoid behind us, and everybody's happy. What do you say? Well, that's all right. You think about it. I'm sure you'll do the right thing. Oh, and I'm looking forward to having you in congress, Orrin. It's always good to have friends on the other side of the aisle.
-What's his name?
-Remember that. Not "Gorked guy". Not "John Doe." Kevin Davidson. He's someone's husband, someone's son, not a collection of body parts for you to harvest.
Sam:Yeah, but I tried! I tried hard!
Sam:Yeah, but you don't know!
You don't know what it's like when you try and you try and you try and you don't ever get there!
Because you were born perfect, and I was born like this! And you're perfect!
Rita:Is that right?
Sam:You don't know what it's like to get hurted.. because you don't have feelings. People like you don't feel anything.
Rita:You think you got the market cornered on human suffering?
Let me tell you something about people like me.
People like me feel lost and little and ugly.. and dispensable.
People like me have husbands..screwing someone else far more perfect than me.
People like me have sons who hate them.
And I've screamed horrible things to him..a seven-year-old, because he doesn't want..to get in the car at the end of the day.
And then he looks at me with such anger..and i hate him then.
I know I'm failing you. I know I'm disappointing you. I know you deserver better, but get in the fucking car!
Every morning, I wake up and i fail. And I look around, and everybody seems to be pulling it off..but somehow I can't..no matter how hard I try.
Somehow..I'll never be enough.
Sam:You're enough. Yeah, you're much more than enough.Lovely Rita.
Have you had this before?
This is the third time. I'm used to it by now. Well, I'm not used to it, but it beats malaria.
You've had malaria.
In Zimbabwe. That took me out for a month.
You make a lot of sacrifices.
I don't see it as a sacrifice.
You turned down a six-figure salary at Google to start your own non-profit. People don't get malaria in Palo Alto.
You do your research.
When it's someone I care about.
Claire, I turned down that job because I would've hated myself. It was a lot of money, but for what? So they could fulfill their diversity quota with an Asian girl peddling a Stanford degree?
Not just any Asian girl. A valedictorian. Let me offer you what Google couldn't. I know what it is to be capable and beautiful and ambitious and be on people like Sergey and Larry's checklist of things that look good to have on a shelf. I'm not trying to acquisition you. What I see in you is a woman I admire, which doesn't happen often. I want to enable you. I want to clear the way for you so that you can achieve what you want to achieve, on your own terms. Thanks for the tea. And I will send a car to pick you up for the doctor tomorrow. When you're back on your feet, do you think maybe we can work something out?
Yes, I think we could.