Chicago Fire (2012–…): Season 2, Episode 13 - Tonight's the Night - full transcript

When a drunk driver knocks down a transformer, the entire neighborhood is left without power on a frigid Chicago night and members of Firehouse 51 step up to lend their much needed help. While many from the community ride out the night at the station, in the midst of such close quarters, romances speed up and tempers flare. Meanwhile, Casey continues to lie to both himself and Dawson about his condition and the stakeholders in Molly's bicker about the bar's direction.

Chief Boden, Donna Robbins

from the fire a few days ago.

Thanks again for all that you did.

I want to ask your sister out.

Do I have your permission?


What's your problem?

Hey, Matt, stop.

That was not you last night.

If we're gonna do this, you
need to be honest with me.

I'm fine.

[Water running]


I just got a text from
my guy down at the dock.

Looks like those hinges
you ordered finally came in.

Should keep us on schedule.


Hey, how you feeling?

I can honestly say this is
the first day I've felt 100%.

Glad to hear it.

- Hey.
- Hey.

I was hoping I could
talk to you for a second?

I need some advice.

- What did Otis do?
- [Laughs]

- It's not that.
- Good.


What's going on?

So my boss is opening a
new restaurant in New York.

And he wanted me to go help set it up.




Sounds like a great opportunity.

It is. Yeah, it is.

It's just... like, you and I are working

on this brother-sister thing and...

and I just started seeing Brian

who is incredible to me and...

if I want this...

am I being Benny?

Katie, wha... no. No!


Not at all.

Glad to see I can leave 51

and everything's gonna be just
where I left it when I get back.

Yeah, it has been a slow shift.

We've only gone out twice.

Oh, be glad.

It is cold as hell out there.

You guys seen Otis and Herrmann?

Inside. Come on, Ton'.

Oh, my God.

What is that smell?

Impending gastric distress.

Ha, ha. Very funny.

Cruz is cooking? Since when?

Since Mills jumped the Squad,

and we haven't gotten
a replacement candidate.

We all drew straws.

We all lost.

Hey! This is authentic
Dominican cuisine, all right?

Just because you can't appreciate the aroma

doesn't mean that the
taste isn't gonna blow

your hair back, huh?

Just got to broaden your horizons a little.

Yeah, broaden them all the way

to Manny's for a Reuben sandwich.

Ah? Authentic, right?

[Mumbles] Oh, it's definitely something.


[Clears throat] So, what's up?


Since we're gonna have to be doing

some repairs to Molly's,

maybe now is the time to
make some modifications

- moving forward.
- Exactly.

It's the perfect time to
add a little stage area

and get some karaoke action going.

Well, I always thought
that Molly's would benefit

from, like, a more intimate,
upscale vibe, right?

Softer lighting, maybe
a few tapas on the menu.

I think we're getting
ahead of ourselves here.

Why can't we mix things up a little bit?

What's the point of changing anything then?

- [Overlapping chatter]
- Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.

Whoa. Where are our manners?

We've got a fourth partner now.

What do you think, Shay?

[Sighs] [Siren blares]

Thank God.

Truck 81...

Hey, you guys mind if I ride along?

- Of course not.
- Single car accident.

Vermont and 127th street.

[Sirens wail]

There's a guy still in there.

Get back!

That's gonna come down.

Everyone watch working underneath.

[Pole creaking, electricity crackles]

Ah, he's pinned in. Pop the window.

Otis, get that crowd back.

Ladies and gentlemen, let's move back.

Come on. Clear the area
so the men can work.

[Screams] Somebody's
hurt real bad over here!

Hey, Shay, Rafferty.

We got a victim.

The driver must have hit her.

Dispatch, we're gonna need another ambo

at Vermont and 127th.

It was Jimmy Boylan! He
was drunk off his ass.

Back up, sir. Back.

Pulse is strong.

- Mills, grab the jaws.
- Yeah.

[Electricity crackles]

Everyone, get clear!

[Extinguishers spraying]

- Whoa!
- What?

This guy's hammered.

Come on.

You got him?

[Extinguishers spraying]

You know, maybe you should
check her Glasgow coma scale.

- The grid's out, Chief.
- Yeah.

And this weather, people without power

are people without heat.

Not to mention the wolves come out

when the lights are off.

Yeah. Stick with me.

Can I have your attention, please?

At this point, we have no way of knowing

how long it will take to
get the electricity back on.

So anybody who needs a safe place

to ride out this blackout,

you're more than welcome to
come join us at Firehouse 51.

We have our own generator,
and we can provide hot food,

a warm place to stay, and safety.

Thank you. Let's go.

Generator's fine.

Something wrong with the furnace.

When it switched from regular power,

it might have shorted. We'll take a look.


Hey, do you know where I left my toolbox?


Yeah. It's in your locker.

It's where you've kept it
for the past five years.


Right. Right.

Our Four News chopper was in the air

to capture the blackout as it happened.

If you look in the upper right-hand corner

of the screen, you'll
see a small, blue flash.

Look! Look! Look! Look!

Authorities of Commonwealth Edison

said this was likely the
cause of the blackout.

A spokesperson at ComEd

said they don't know

how long it will take to restore the power.

I expect everybody to pitch in,

once again show this neighborhood

- how important they are to us.
- You got it, Chief.

Hey, Chief.

If you don't mind,

I'd... I'd like to stick around.

The latest breaking news here
with the Chicago blackout.

Don't forget...


You can go right on in there, guys.

There's some blankets,
everything you need, okay?

Can I help you?

Oh, I'm sorry. We don't know where to go.

Oh, of course. We'll get you set up.

My husband has emphysema.

- I told you, I'm fine.
- Hush, Sam.

I don't know what she'd do

if she didn't have me to worry about.

Well, now she has us to do it for her, huh?


Hey, the damn pilot went out,

and, every time I relight it,
the whole system shuts off.

All right. [Grunts]

Let me take a look.


Well, the couple is loose.

- Hand me a, um... thing.
- What? A what?

The metal thingy. Yeah.

Screwdriver? Wrench?

Crescent wrench. Yeah.

Thank you.

You talked to Dawson?

- About?
- Your memory problem?

I told you. I'm getting better.

Doesn't look like it from here.

You need to talk to someone.

If you're uncomfortable

with Dawson because you two are dating...

No offense, but the last thing

I want from you is relationship advice.

I'm not talking about your relationship.

I'm talking about your head.

- [Mechanical whirring]
- There we go.



Thanks for the help.

Hey, that Rafferty sure is gruff, huh?

I didn't notice.

I'm pretty sure everybody likes her.

Well, she's been throwing me the stink eye.

I mean, what does she want?
Half the city blacks out,

I'm not supposed to pitch in?

That's what I do.

I'm sure it'll be fine.

Hey, guys, you can't be in here.

No sweat. We're leaving.


I swear to you, Vince, he's here.

Boylan's brother Tommy is here.

I wouldn't have called
you if I hadn't seen him.

- He by himself?
- Looked it to me.

What are you gonna do? Say hello.

Did someone call in the cavalry?

Oh. Oh, thank God.

I'm about two boatloads
shy of not feeding anyone.

- Hey, you got my text.
- Yeah. I came right over.

Brought everything in my mom's pantry.


Okay, so, I didn't get a chance

- to go to the store
today. - Uh-huh.

So we're a bit S.O.L.

Unless your mom had two fish
and three loaves of bread.

What are those?

Oh, well that's first
watch and third watch,

so we can't...


I'll go grab the bolt cutters.

Hey, I need to talk to you later.

Okay. Everything all right?

- Yeah.
- [Both chuckle]

All right, let's get all the chips and dip

out on the table and people can graze

- until we get some soup going.
- Boom. Boom.

And this is where we keep the pots and pans

and big ol' knives and whatnot.

Whoa. What are you doing?

Well, the kids are scared.

I thought I'd give them the tour

and make them feel safer.


I haven't done this in, like, 35 years.

Yeah. Okay. Look, I'll tell you what.

Just take them out to the apparatus floor

and have them play cornhole
until I get Katie set up.

And then, I have something special

- for everyone to see, huh?
- [Clicks tongue]

Back the way we came.

Through those doors.

Here we go. Who's with me?

How's that pedestrian doing
you guys ran to Chicago Med?

She coded twice along the way.

It's doubtful she'll survive the night.

But in case you're wondering,

the drunk that hit her
is gonna be just fine.


That's an ambulance,
go to the front of that.

I want to show you guys something.

You're gonna love it.

Right this way.

Can't get away from here, can you, sis?

Why would I want to?

You tell him yet?


There you go. Warm and toasty.

You're still here.

Yeah, I told the chief I'd hang out

and help out a little bit.

Great. Hey, you got any aspirin?

What? Why? Are you feeling the...

It's the headache.

People get them all the time.

[Sighs] Right. Yeah.

- Um, I actually do in my purse.
- Cool.

Look at this. Pasta... pasta...

How we looking?

We're not gonna have enough.

Whoa. Hey.

You know Houk's grocery up the road?

51's been buying there for years.

Old man Houk, he lives above it.

- Okay.
- See if he'll open

and get as much beef and beans as you can.

Oh, and he's not too good at hearing,

so keep on knocking until
he answers, all right?

- He owes us.
- Yes, sir.

- Donna?
- [Laughs]

Good to see you.

Thought you might need some extra blankets.

Thank you.

Plus the power is out in my building.

No surprise.

I'm sorry to hear that.

It's nasty out there.

Kids are running wild.

I saw people walking in and out

of that electronic shop on 136th

carrying out whatever wasn't bolted down.

Stay here with us tonight.


- Definitely.
- [Chuckles]

Well, I promise not to distract you.

Well, I hope that's a
promise you don't keep.

[Both laugh]

- [Gasps]
- Oh!

[Girl screams] Excuse me.

- [Grunting]
- Hey!


Put the knife down, buddy.

Oh, no, no, no.

You stay out of this!

You stay the hell out of this.

This kid's drunk brother

put my niece in a coma!

Listen, listen.

I'll tell you one more time.

Put the knife down and
get the hell out of here.

You need to leave now.

[All gasping]



[Pots and pans clattering]

[Indistinct shouting]


You're a dead man.

- You okay?
- Yeah.

Um, I apologize for that.

Rest assured that we will make sure

nothing like that ever happens again.

You keep your eyes peeled.

Anyone acts the least bit aggressive,

you do what Kelly just
did and you throw their ass

out in the snow.

Good job.


- You all right?
- Yeah.

I'm just freaked.

[Dog barking in distance]

[Tapping on door] Mr. Houk.

[Knocking louder] Mr. Houk!

Hey, could you come to the door, please?

It's important, Mr. Houk. Power's out.

We're closed.

Here, I'm from Firehouse 51.

We've got a bajillion people down there

and they're all looking for soup.

Joe Cruz said you might
be able to help us out.

[Bells ring]

Thank you, sir.

That Joe Cruz uses guilt

better than any mom I've ever met.

I've given him more discounts
than I know what to do with.

[Exhales] What do you need?

Sir, we need... we need
some beef and some beans.

I got a couple a cases of beans

you take back there in the storeroom.

But you got to get 'em.

My back ain't so good no more.

And I'll wrap up some of this meat for you.

Thank you, sir. Back here?


Hey. How'd you do on smoke drill today?

Uh, 740.

You fail the physical test,

you can't re-take it till
the next round, Dawson.

I know, I know.

740 won't cut it.

Hey, have you been around Casey today?

Yeah, why?

Um, he was complaining about a headache.

Come on, if you know
something, you gotta tell me.

He says he's fine, but I'm not so sure.

His... memory's off.


Oh, miss, miss. Something's not right.

Even with the oxygen,
he doesn't sound good.

I can hear you. And I'm fine.

All right, Mr. Danvers, um...

I'm gonna take a look
just to be safe, okay?

- Sit up for me, please.
- Hmm.


- Here.
- Thank you.

I got you.

Take a deep breath for me, please.

[Inhales raggedly]

Again again.

[Inhales raggedly]


Well, given his condition,

his respirations are in normal range.

I know that there's a
lot going on around here,

but you guys get some rest, both of you.


Hey, Shay, wait up!

- Hey!
- Hey.

Can I talk to you for a sec?

Sure. What's up?

Okay, well, first off,

I just want to thank you again,

sincerely, for bailing Molly's out.


You know, without your help we were goners,

- you know?
- Yeah.

And I just want you to know
how much it means to me.

- I love that bar, Shay.
- Mm-hmm.

I mean, I really love it.

Yeah, absolutely. No sweat.

And there's just one more thing.

I really want to stress to you

how important it is that,

you know, Molly's remain what she is.

You know, good old-fashioned
neighborhood bar,

and I think that trying
to make her into something

that she's not would be a huge mistake.

Right, yeah. Look.

But I... I'd really prefer to be

a silent partner on this, so...

But you're the deciding vote, okay?

Oh. Mm-hmm.


And you really like what I said, right?

Yeah. Yeah. It's good.

Oh, excellent!

- [Laughs] Yeah.
- Excellent.

- Hey.
- Yeah.

Thanks for hearing me out.

- Hey.
- Hey.

I'm looking for Chief Boden.

Yeah. Over here.

It's a madhouse out there. Trust me.

We're calling in every
off-duty officer we've got.

The looting two blocks
from here is out of control.

We understand.

That's actually not why I stopped by.

We've got an informant
inside the Keeler family.

A bunch of bad-egg bruisers

that cause mayhem on the South side.

Apparently one of your
guys went toe-to-toe

with Vince Keeler about an hour ago.

[Sighs] Guilty.

All right, well, Vince
is the worst of the bunch.

Twice called up on murder charges,

but the cases didn't make.

He did a stint in cook county

for assault and battery
for breaking a guy's jaw,

but that's the only case that ever stuck.


I got word from my C.I.

that Vince came back huffin' and puffin'

that he's gonna kill a fireman tonight.

I'll take my chances.

All the same,

I'm gonna have an officer parked outside.

- Thank you.
- Absolutely.

Chief, you have my number.

Guys, if anything jumps off, just call me.

Now, which one's the
kid that he went after?

- There.
- All right.

I'm gonna take him back to the district

with me for safety concerns.

Thank you.

Will you walk me out?

Yeah, you got it.

You okay?

My brother...

- he's the one that...
- I heard.

But we don't know what happened

and that's for other people to decide.

And you had nothing to do with it.


Hey, Tommy.

I'm Detective Lindsay.

I'd like you to come with me.

We're going down to the district office,

keep you safe tonight.

Listen, don't try to
take this guy on again...

- Kelly.
- Kelly.

From what I hear, you humiliated him.

He's not gonna forget that,

and he's not gonna fight fair,

so if you see him again,
I want you to call me,

or Antonio or any of us.

- I mean it.
- I will.

All right.

Let's go.

Hey, guys. Just post up here.

Make sure nobody shady comes in.


[Door closes, engine turns]

[Bells ring]

We're closed.

That's cool, pops. We don't
plan on buying nothing.



Why'd you make me do that, fool?

Just grab the stuff and go.

Hey! Hey!

[Both grunting]

[Both grunting]

- Get out!
- Come on, man.

[Bells ring]


It's gonna be all right, okay?

Put some pressure on that wound, okay?


Come on. Come on!

- Damn it.
- [Phone chirps]


Good evening.

- Ladies, welcome to Firehouse 51.
- Thanks.

Where the food at?

One second, please.


While we are more than happy

to provide you with food
and shelter for the night,

I want to make it perfectly clear.

There is to be no business
conducted in this firehouse.

Are you out of your mind?

Like we really gonna do
business in a damn firehouse.


Kitchen. Through there.

- [Laughs]
- The nerve.

Okay? [Laughs]

- Hey.
- Hey.

- You doing okay?
- Yeah.

I mean, there's never a dull
moment around here, right?

Oh, yeah, unless you're talkin' to Mouch

about parliamentary
procedure and union meetings.


So, what'd you want to talk about?

I just wanted to let you know...

tonight's the night.

- You mean...
- [Alarm blares]

Truck 81. Squad 3.

Engine 51. Ambulance 61.

Battalion 25. People down, unknown causes.

4702 Hellman Street.

Everyone, please move away

from the truck and the bay doors.

We have to get these vehicles out.

Thank you.


Uh, where's the call?

This is the address.


Hey, we don't know what happened to them.

We tried knocking on their door.

When no one answered,
we looked in the window.

Dispatch, we have four victims down.

Unknown causes.

We're gonna need two additional

ambulance units at 4702 Hellman.

Copy that, Battalion.

[Device beeps]

Carbon monoxide!

Almost 800 parts per million here!

Let's move!

Check for a pulse and get 'em

- on o2 immediately.
- Hey.

I'm sorry. It's just you
weren't moving fast enough.

If we're gonna have a problem

we can discuss it afterward.

[Moans, coughs]

Hey, Mr. Houk, look at me, look at me.

- You got a first aid kit?
- [Groans] No.

- You're okay.
- Mm-hmm.

You're okay. I'm gonna take care of you.

I'm gonna give these to you.

You need to push down, okay?

- Okay.
- Huh? You're doing great.

Here, put this on, put this on.

- Mmm.
- Take a breath. You're good.

You're good.

I need you to hold down
nice and firm, okay?

All right, look at me. Look at me.

Hold tight, hold tight.

Unh! Aah!

Okay, okay, put it on.

This is gonna hurt a bit.

- [Groaning]
- You're good.

You're good, you're good. You're good.

Hold it. Look right at me.

Look at right me. Good job.

You're doing good.

[Indistinct police radio chatter]

Both breathing.

How are mom and dad?

They're gone.

Carbon monoxide readings
were off the charts.

Kids must have come in
and found 'em afterwards.

All right. [Sniffs]

There's nothing we can do about that.

Let's get these kids out of
the cold into the hospital.

I'll stay here. Ride back with Truck.

Good idea.

She said tonight's the night.

- Her words.
- Whoa.

Have you ever done
anything in the firehouse?

You mean with someone?

You're sick.

Oh, wait. You haven't?


Oh, all right.

Okay. Guys?

- Hey.
- Hey.

How's it going in here?

Folks are happy to be warm.

[Both laugh]

You have a nice house here, Wallace.


I'm gonna go check on some things.

I'm gonna help pass out food.

Yeah. Thank you.


Is this your card?

Come on. How is that...

he said he'd be here in just a minute.

Okay, kids!

It is time for the amazing Joe Cruz

and his... animal friends!

[Kids muttering]

[Sighs] Well, let's see.

[Balloon squeaks]

Huh? Huh?


Just gotta tie off that right there,

and I just... oh!


Okay. Tell you what, guys.

Mouch, maybe you could
help me out with this...

- You bet.
- A little bit, huh?

You know, you gotta stretch it real good.

That's the only way they'll blow.

- Just like this? Back here?
- Yeah.

- A little further?
- Put this right here.

- Like that?
- Mm-hmm. Yeah.

That's good. Aah! Ugh!


Hey, listen.

Olive branch fully extended.

You were right. I was wrong.

You don't think I know
what shoes I gotta fill?

The only one more loved around here

than that damn dog is you.

And trust me, I've heard it from everybody.

But that's what I walked
into and I'm dealing with it,

but it isn't gonna help me
when you tag along on runs

and you cross-examine my every move.

No. Yeah.


Help! Help!

Something's wrong.

I don't know what happened.

She just collapsed.

You gotta help her, please.

She's not breathing. Stay here.

Oh, Maggie.

Watch out! Watch out!

Hey, there's a woman coding in the bullpen!

I'm going for the monitor.

Damn it!


Come on. Let's go.

Get it.

Clear a path!

Watch out, guys. Watch out. Watch out.

Watch out. Clear all.

Her breathing is agonal.

We got to bag her. All right.

Let's back it up, folks.

Let's give them some room to work. Okay?

Okay, sir.

Right here. Sir.

How do you want to do this?

Hand me the pads.

Take over chest compressions.

I told her to rest. I
told her to stop fussing.


[Monitor beeps]

She's in v-fib.

Okay, everybody clear!

[Beeps] Shocking.

She's still in v-fib. Going again.

No, Maggie. No, you can't leave me.

You can't leave me! Everybody clear!


Emergency lights finally kicked in.

I've got a rhythm and a pulse.

Come on. [Grunts]

Thank you.


Heart attack.

Let's go.

Hey, she's gonna be okay, Sam.

Come on.

Let me drive you to the hospital.

Casey, grab your tools.

Boden wants us to check on the generator.



Oh, she's fine.

Pulse rate's stable.

Blood pressure back to normal.

They have her in five.

Thank you.

Thank you so much.

Oh, actually, Rafferty
should get the credit.

She's a great paramedic.

I can't thank you enough.

It was my pleasure, sir.

Let me take you to her.


That's nice.



Hey, listen.

While I got you, I was
just wanting to make sure

that we're on the same page about Molly's.

- Hmm.
- I don't think I'm being

unreasonable by suggesting

that we should consider
a more upscale crowd.

I mean, it can't hurt to elevate

the beer and baseball crowd, right?

Yeah. Yeah. That's a good point.


Looks good to me.

There's plenty of fuel.

[Motor struggling]


My big crescent wrench is missing.

You sure you put it back?

Yes, I'm sure, Severide.

I put it right on top where it always is.


Fuel filter's clogged.

All right.

Fire it up.

[Mechanical whirring]

- Yay!
- All right.

[All cheering]

[Woman giggles]

I thought I made myself very clear...

I'm sorry. I thought you were...

Excuse me.

Oh, God.




- Oh, hey.
- Hey.

- Wait up.
- What's going on?

While I got you, I was wondering

what you think about building
a karaoke stage at Molly's?

[Clears throat] What? So you can sing, or...

What? No.

I mean, maybe to get things started,

but listen, those things are supposed

to do, like, gangbusters.


Anyway, just think about it.


Listen, I think you're out of danger,

but I need to head back to the firehouse

and get an ambulance over here.

Can you hold on for a
few minutes without me?


Step aside, Mr. Fireman.

We gonna get what's ours.

All right, all of you need to go

right back where you came from.

- I don't think so.
- Man, what you gonna do?

Take on all of us.

[Breathes deeply]

You first.

Come on.

[Siren approaching]

- Hey, man!
- Go! We gotta go!

Hey! Everybody disperse
this area immediately!

We need an ambulance.
Stab wound, upper abdomen.

Central, we need an ambulance.

1427 racine. Stab wound.

- You're gonna be all right.
- You okay?

Yeah, I'm fine.

Sir, you're gonna be all right.

Help is on the way.

Thank you, son. If it weren't for you...

You just hang in there, Mr. Houk.

Everything's gonna be fine.

It was a filter clog, Chief. My fault.

I should have checked it way back

when the weather turned,

but I had other stuff going on.

Doesn't matter.

As long as it's working now.


Hey, Chief.

I just heard chatter from my C.I.

that Vince Keeler sent somebody

over here to rough up Kelly.


[Indistinct chatter]

Yo, man, come on.


Drop it!

Put it down or I swear I
will put you on the floor.


[Wrench clatters]

Get up! Get up!

- Hey.
- Put your hands on the wall!



- [Groans]
- You... you okay?


Used up another one of my nine lives.

Pretty sure you're in double-digits, man.

You got him?


The grid's back on.

My God. What a night.


Let's help these people out of here.

Get 'em back to their homes.

I'd like you to come down to the district

until we can snatch up Keeler.

What's that gonna do?

We've got ways of letting people know

when to back off.


All right.

- You all right?
- Yeah.




Thank you.

- You okay?
- Yeah.

Hey, Chief, I just want to say I'm sor...


Um... [Clears throat]

[Door closes]

- [Laughs]
- [Sighs]

I, uh...


I never thought I'd get another chance

at something like this.

Balloon animals, I'm telling you,

- I gotta work on them.
- Nah. No.

They're as good as they need...

Thanks so much for looking after these two.

They slept like babies
after you tired them out.

- Our pleasure.
- [Laughs]

If I have to tell you
I'm fine one more time,

it's not gonna be fine.

Look, Severide...

he told me that you've
been forgetting things.

I have a pounding headache.

I could barely remember my own name.

What else do you want?

I just want... I want
you to be honest with me.

Listen, if something serious is going on,

you'll be the first person I tell.

Hey, Dawson!

Come here for a sec?

- See you at home.
- Yeah.

All right. Listen.

We were just going over
a plan to do the whole...

- Hey. Hey.
- What plan?


So, we talked, and...

No. No.

We talked and Shay's on board.

On board with what?

Your bad idea to have karaoke night?

- Hey.
- Guys...

That's not any dumber than your idea

to turn it into some
hoity-toity hipster bar.

Okay, let's see how Herrmann's plan

of the status quo's gotten us.

A crowd of dead-beats and jack-ups.

- Guys, guys, guys.
- Serious...

Look, I do have a vote here, okay?

And no one's bothered
to ask what my plan is,

so I have two words for you...

lesbian night.

- [Laughs]
- All right.

[Cell phone rings]

Hey, Brian. Where are you?

I thought you said 7:00.

Oh, oh, no, no, no. I'm...
I'm sure you're right.

Okay. I'll talk to you soon.



Go, let's go!