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Lulu: I have to get back to the office. I haven't been in there all day. So...
Dante: Well can I help you with your bags?
Lulu: No, thank you. I have it.
Dante: Well, what about dinner? I mean, you've gotta eat, right?
We could hop on a plane to Paris.
Stop at a nice bistro along the Champs-Élysées.
Lulu: Now you're offering to take me to Paris?
Dante: Well if you don't want French food we could always go to Barcelona instead.
I hear the paella's pretty good.
Lulu: Wow. You-- You're crazy.
Dante: I'd be crazy to give up on you.
Spinelli: The thought of a wee one running around the premises is most exciting.
Not that he would be running anytime soon.
Not that he would necessarily be a he either.
And of course, I would be most thrilled to welcome a she into the world.
Although it might be prudent to find out the sex prior to the birth
Just in case the pink room needed to be painted over.
Assuming that's where the wee one would reside.
But if proximity poses a problem
Then I would happily give up my room to be the new nursery for the baby.
Brenda: Sorry. Sorry.
You and Jason are having a baby?
Lucky: I just want to be sure we have the proper security in place
Before Brenda shows up at Archer Pavilion.
Jason: Like I said, my men will have it covered.
Lucky: A mob detail won't be enough to stop the Balkan.
The guy's already proven he has an unlimited supply of men.
You're going to need backup.
Jason: Yeah, but I don't want cops anywhere near Archer Pavilion.
Lucky: Okay. Look, I understand that you want this to be over. So do I.
But if I take a step back and let you do this alone
I'm afraid that people might get killed.
Jason: Is this about protecting Brenda or Siobhan?
Siobhan: You want me to keep Brenda from walking down the aisle at her own wedding?
The Balkan: Let me worry about the details.
Siobhan: It's my neck on the line.
I mean, I think I have a right to know how this is all going to work out.
The Balkan: You do as you're instructed or your sister will pay the price.
That's all you need to know.
Siobhan: Please, just leave Megan alone. She doesn't deserve to die.
The Balkan: Neither did my son.
That didn't stop Brenda Barrett from putting a bullet in his chest.
Deliver results, or your sister will suffer the same fate.
Siobhan: I got Lucky to tell me that the wedding was going to be at St Timothy's.
That should prove that I can deliver.
The Balkan: Finding out the location was only the beginning.
Siobhan: Well, what do you want me to do? Kidnap Brenda on the way to the church?
The Balkan: You lay the groundwork. I will avenge my son.
[Knock on door]
Michael: Oh. Hey. Come on in. How'd you get here?
Molly: Mom dropped me off at the library.
I'm supposed to be studying right now but I had to come see you first.
Michael: Okay. What's wrong?
Molly: Well, I don't know if Kristina told you
But I've been having these episodes.
I get angry for no reason and break things.
At first, I thought it was because I was bipolar.
Michael: Oh. Like my dad?
Molly: Right. Since it runs in families
I figured if Uncle Sonny had it There was a chance I could, too.
Molly: But then, I met Shawn.
He said it sounds more like post traumatic stress.
Michael: Who's Shawn?
Molly: Oh, he used to be a Marine in Afghanistan.
Where did you meet this Shawn volunteering at the hospital?
Molly: Mm-mmm. I was on Baker Street when there was a car accident.
It was really weird.
As soon as I heard the tires start to squeal I felt like I was right back on the bus.
Michael: That must have been pretty scary.
Molly: I was afraid to move afraid to even breathe.
Thankfully, Shawn came over to help. He stayed with me until I calmed down.
Michael: Okay. Well, he seems like a nice guy.
Molly: After I told my mom what happened
She got me an appointment to see Kristina's therapist.
Mom thought it would be a good idea to talk to someone about what happened.
Today was my first session.
I was a little nervous
But talking about what we went through is surprisingly helpful.
Michael: Well, that's great.
Molly: Yeah. But when I left all I could think about was you
How you could benefit from counseling, too.
Michael: Um, I know the bus crash really freaked you out, Molly
But it wasn't as bad for me.
It's probably 'cause I'm older
And I've been through a lot worse stuff in my life.
Molly: Like going to Pentonville, right?
Michael: [Sighs] I'm glad, you know, talking to somebody is helping you out
But I don't need a shrink. I'm fine.
Molly: Really? Because to me, you've been exhibiting all the signs of
Post traumatic stress. You lose your temper for no reason.
You get into fights at school.
If you just talk to someone about what happened
I guarantee you wouldn't have so many outbursts.
Talking to someone about what happened gives you an outlet for all that anger.
Look. I realize not everyone is comfortable opening up to a stranger.
That's why I came by. I'm here to make you feel better.
So, please, Michael. Please tell me what happened to you in prison.
Dante: Let me take this. Lulu: You don't need to take--
Dante: So what are your brothers doing tonight?
Dante: Well, I was thinking we could go to Jake's, grab a drink.
You could watch them kick the crap out of me again.
Lulu: So I can feel sorry for you?
Dante: Well, it worked the first time.
Lulu: Well, a lot has changed since then.
Dante: Why don't you take a swing at me? Make you feel better.
Lulu: I don't want to-- I don't want to hit you.
Dante: How about a swift kick to the groin? I'll be talking funny for a week.
It will make you feel a hell of a lot better.
On second thought, those are pretty serious boots.
You could probably do some damage with those.
We wouldn't be able to have those eight kids we were talking about having.
You should probably go with
Lucky and Ethan kicking the crap out of me.
Lulu: Actually, they are on your side, and they think that
I should give you another chance.
Dante: Really? Well, what are you waiting for?
The Balkan: I want you to get me details on the bridal room at Saint Timothy's.
Number of entrances, doors, windows. Types of locks.
Distance from the vestibule as well as the sanctuary.
Be precise. Estimations are of no use.
Siobhan: Is that where you're planning to grab her, the bride's room?
When Brenda's getting dressed?
The Balkan: Do you want your sister to die?
Siobhan: Of course not.
The Balkan: Then stop asking questions.
It would be better for you to stop talking altogether.
If you warn Lucky, not only will your sister die, but so will he.
Siobhan: Lucky's more valuable alive than dead.
The Balkan: Lucky's only value to me is as a conduit for information.
I could easily be rid of him. I'll dump his body in the street
As a warning to others. One more word, and I'll make it happen.
Lucky: Want to know what really concerns me, Jason?
All of Sonny's family's going to be there at the wedding.
And I'd hate to see Morgan or Molly take a bullet just like Michael did
Just because they happen to be standing in the wrong spot when a gun battle breaks out.
Jason: I don't want to put those kids in danger, either.
Lucky: This is not an indictment on you, okay?
I understand you're doing everything you can.
But the only way to keep them truly safe is to call off the wedding.
Jason: Ha. That's--
Lucky: I know, it sounds crazy, but by going through with it
Sonny and Brenda are basically spitting in the Balkan's face.
Jason: If you know a reason why the wedding shouldn't be held
At Archer Pavilion, now would be a good time to tell me.
Lucky: Just think about it. If the Balkan wanted to kill Brenda,
He would have done it already. It's not about that.
It's about hurting her. It's about making her pay for
what happened to his son. And we both know that
whatever he's planning next it's going to be big.
And the wedding is the perfect place for him
to pull off his revenge. That's why you and I
We need to work together to stop him.
Jason: Fine. I'm sure Brenda and Sonny
Will appreciate the extra security.
Lucky: Thank you.
Spinelli: I'm sorry. I didn't mean to spoil the surprise
Or to steal Stone Cold's thunder for that matter.
I was just-- I was caught up in the joyous news.
You know, for years, I've been trying to mold myself
In the image of my master. But given my proclivity for polysyllables
and significantly smaller stature I fell short, as it were.
Whereas Stone Cold's progeny would, no doubt, inherit a multitude
of genetic gifts, making the wee one strong and most assuredly
silent, which would be helpful for you in those early morning hours of--
Sam: Aah! Please, please. You need to stop, please.
Thank you so much, but you can't do this. I am not having kids.
I won't ever have children. I can't get pregnant.
Spinelli: Oh. I'm aware of your condition,
but significant advancements have been made in the field and that procedure--
Sam: I am not having the procedure.
Spinelli: So you don't wish to be a mother?
Sam: Just because a woman is capable of having children
doesn't mean that she should.
Spinelli: True, but you have nothing to fear.
You are kind and gentle, and you wouldn't be raising the kid
on your own. I have witnessed with my own eyes
how caring of a father figure Stone Cold has been to Michael
And I'm sure he would step up for his own--
Sam: Yeah. I'm sure he would. I am sure Jason would be an amazing father.
And guess what? I am sure I would probably be
A pretty good mom, too. But our lives are just
a little bit too dangerous to bring kids into this world.
Spinelli: Even if Stone Cold had never started working for Mister Sir
That's no guarantee that his kids would be safe.
Tragedy can strike anywhere to anyone regardless of occupation.
Sam: Spinelli, why are you pushing this? A woman doesn't need to have a child
To feel complete. I mean, right, Brenda?
You obviously chose not to have kids because it wasn't right for you.
It's the same. I'm choosing not to
Because it's not right for me, either.
Brenda: I didn't really have a choice, though.
Michael: Molly, it was nice of you to stop by
And I appreciate you trying to help, really but you just need to focus
On your own recovery right now.
Molly: That's what I'm trying to tell you. Counseling made me feel so much better
And I think it can make you feel better, too.
Michael: It took a lot of courage for you to open up
and talk about what happened and how afraid you were after the bus crash
helpless we all felt, really. But even if you think
you're feeling better, there's still a long way to go.
So that's why you have to keep seeing your therapist.
Molly: I know. And I just wish you had someone to help you, too.
Michael: I did. And even though I don't see her anymore
She helped me out a lot.
Molly: You're talking about Abby, aren't you?
I can see how she'd be really easy to talk to.
Remember that day at Kelly's? Abby was so nice to me.
I liked her right away.
Michael: Kristina didn't.
Molly: Well, that's because Kristina wants you to be with
one of her friends.
Michael: What, you don't?
Molly: Not if you don't. I mean, Kristina's friends are nice
But they get hung up on the dumbest things like who's taking who to the dance.
Which class is going to win the spirit stick at pep rally.
It's so high school, and you're so not. Maybe it's because of everything
You've had to go through. It made you more grown up
Than other kids your age. But that's why Abby was so perfect for you.
She was mature.
Michael: That's what everyone is so weirded out about.
They thought she was too old for me.
Molly: Michael, don't let the conventions of small-minded pedants
Stifle the feeling you and Abby have for each other.
If you love Abby, you should be with her.