A Friend of the Family (2022–…): Season 1, Episode 1 - Horseback Riding in American Falls - full transcript

- I'm Jan Broberg,

and this series is
based on my story.

I know it may seem unbelievable,

but we lived in a
different world back then.

I want to tell my
family story today

because so many seem to think

something like this could
never happen to them,

especially at the hands of
someone they know and trust,

but it did happen.

It happened to my family.
It happened to me.

Thank you for watching.



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- Good night, sweetheart.

Everything all right?

- Everything's fine, Mom.
- Okay.

I love you, Jani.

[thump]

- [breathing shakily]

[dog barking]

[soft unsettling music]

♪ ♪



[pleasant guitar music]

♪ ♪

- Today was church,

and we had quite a
good sacrament meeting.

I really had the spirit today.

I'm thankful for the
wonderful parents I have.

My mom and dad
teach me the Gospel

and how to be a good person.

If I didn't have my
parents and sisters...

[approaching footsteps]

- Jan!
- Karen, hold your horses.

♪ ♪

- She's coming! She's coming!

- Jan?
- She said "hold your horses."

- Who are the Birchers?

- Well, we're gonna find
out today, Freckles.

- Berchtolds, Susan.

Remember, we met
them outside church?

Mr. Berchtold owns
a freight outlet.

Jan, honey, come up here.
- All right, let's go.

- Ready!

- We're gonna show them how
nice Pocatello folk are, right?

Grab your coat.

Come here.

♪ ♪

We love you.

- Okay, crew.

Hup, two, three, four!
Hup, two, three, four!

♪ ♪

- Girls, it's only two
streets over. Let's walk.

- Just down the street that way.

♪ ♪

- So they have three boys,

one Jan's age, one Karen's
age, and one Susan's age,

and a little baby girl.
- Aww.

Three boys and a baby girl.
- All right.

♪ ♪

- Hey, Jan.
- Hey, Brobergs.

- Hey, Caroline.

♪ ♪

- Ah, dang.

Okay, who wants
to ring the bell?

♪ ♪

- Well, what is the Brady
Bunch doing on my lawn?

- That's our favorite show.

- That's no surprise. You're
a dead ringer for Jan.

- I am Jan.

♪ ♪

- Well, pleased
to meet you, Jan.

♪ ♪

You must be the patriarch.

Good to meet you,
Broberg. Bob Berchtold.

- Ah. Nice to meet you, Bob.

I'm Bob. Everybody's Bob.

[girls giggling]
Are you girls a Bob?

- Well, come on in,
you bunch of Bobs.

[girls giggling]

[jaunty piano tune playing]

Brobergs, these are my boy...

Boys, boys.

And this is my
lovely wife, Gail.

- Hi there.
- God kveld.

That's Norwegian
for "good evening."

- Huh!

- What's all this?

- Oh.

Well, because we didn't
get to have you over

for a summer picnic, we
decided to move it indoors.

It's a little bit off the wall,
but that's just how we are.

[jaunty piano tune playing]

So, grab a pillow, and I
will grill up some burgers.

Come on in.

The moment I knew we'd
found the perfect place

was when I met you outside
church that day, Mary Ann.

- Oh, goodness.

The girls love growing up
here, and I have no complaints.

- I bet when you
were a little kid,

and you pictured
the perfect place,

this is probably what you
wanted for yourself, huh?

- Yes, I guess it is.

- What good luck that you
folks moved in two blocks up.

I mean, I tell Mary Ann,

it is always a good time
to make new friends.

- Everyone in Pocatello's
already your friend.

There's no one left.

- That's where you
come in, Berchtolds.

- Oh, boy.
- And the schools are so good.

Oh, and the little theater.
- Mm.

We saw all the kids in
"Oliver" the week we got here.

Thought we took a wrong turn
and wound up on Broadway.

- That was me!

I was Oliver.
- Was it?

- That was Jani in "Oliver."
She stole the show.

Of course I think
that. I'm her father.

- Especially...
[snaps fingers]

"Where Is Love?"
"Where Is Love?"

Your daughter has got
a beautiful voice.

- She does.

Hey, Jani, what do you...

What do you say you
sing for us now?

- Oh, like a talent show?

That sounds fun.

- Okay.

But I need to rehearse.
- Sure.

Well, um, you can use
Jasper and Joel's room,

or mine and Gail's.

- Uh, Jasper and Joel
and Jacob, Karen, Susan?

You be my audience.

- Boys, you heard
Jan. Off you go.

- Be good. Be nice.

- Okay, you here.

[quietly] Okay.

I'm gonna do it quiet
now, but loud for them.

- Oh, we could never
live in a big city.

Not with all the
noise and violence.

Not with three girls.

- I like to see
the stars at night.

- Oh. Gail.

Speaking of stars...

tell them about your
daddy's thing that he saw.

This is...

- [chuckles]

Okay.

I was just a girl.

My daddy was driving
home from the feed store

in Brigham City one night.

The moon went behind a cloud.

And he sees these two lights
moving across the field.

Not headlights. They
were going too fast.

So he sped up.

And then he says to himself,

"Oh, my goodness.
They're chasing me."

Then, his truck
starts to go cuckoo.

The radio and the dials.

And then it just conks out in
the middle of the road, dead.

And those lights just set
down across the field,

watching him.

And then they take off.

And they go up,
up, into the sky,

until they're gone.

The next morning,
my mother and I

went down to the
sugar beet field,

and we saw that burnt
circle with our own eyes.

- Did the truck start up again?

- No, it never worked
right from that day on.

- You ever seen a
thing like that, Jan?

Well, never say never.

Say, I am in the mood
for a talent show.

- Oh, "talent show"
is my middle name.

[soft music]

Come on. Sit on down, kiddos.

- All right, now, wait, just
before the fun part here,

I want to thank you, Mary Ann,

for bringing your husband

and your three beautiful
daughters over,

and making us feel so welcome.

I almost feel like we're two
sides of the same family.

Although, yes, could get
confusing with the two Bobs.

- We're gonna have to duel.
[laughter]

- You know what, you
just call me "B."

It's easier than
"Brother Berchtold."

And the kids, too.

I am so sorry,
Jan. I interrupted.

The stage is all yours.

- ♪ Where is love? ♪

♪ Does it fall
from skies above? ♪

♪ Is it underneath
the willow tree ♪

♪ That I've been dreaming of? ♪

[Jim Croce's "Time In A Bottle"]

♪ ♪

- ♪ If I could save
time in a bottle ♪

♪ The first thing
that I'd like to do ♪

♪ Is to save every day
till eternity passes away ♪

♪ Just to spend them with you ♪

♪ But there never seems
to be enough time ♪

♪ To do the things you want
to do once you find them ♪

- Get home safe.

Brobergs.

- ♪ I've looked around
enough to know ♪

- Let's do this again sometime.

- Thank you.
- Thank you.

- Thanks for coming.
- Bye.

- Good night, B.
- Good night, Brother B.

- Good night.
- Bye.

♪ ♪

- Well, that was nice.

- Pretty nice.

- ♪ If I had a box
just for wishes ♪

♪ And dreams that
had never come true ♪

♪ The box would be empty
except for the memory ♪

- All right, ladies. Give
me your coats. Come on.

- Come on, girls. It's bedtime.

- ♪ But there never
seems to be enough time ♪

♪ To do the things
you want to do ♪

♪ Once you find them ♪

♪ ♪

♪ I've looked around enough
to know that you're the one ♪

- Dear Heavenly Father,

we thank Thee for
this happy day.

For our family, Tiffy
and Bandit, the Gospel,

and a fun picnic dinner
tonight with our new friends.

Bless the sick and the needy

and protect us from
harm and danger.

In the name of
Jesus Christ, amen.

- Amen.
- Amen.

- Amen.

Good job.

[upbeat pop music]

- ♪ I just wrote a gospel ♪

♪ Feeling mighty good today ♪

♪ I'm gonna find some
friends gonna help me sing ♪

♪ Singing this song of praise ♪

♪ Gather round me, brothers ♪

♪ See how many we can raise ♪

♪ Call up all your sisters ♪

♪ Sing about the
song of praise ♪

[overlapping chatter]

- That was so good.
- Loved it. Loved it, loved it.

"Brother B!" One, two, three.

All: Brother B!

- ♪ The only thing
left to do is sing ♪

♪ Singing the
songs of the Lord ♪

- Ready?

- ♪ Gather round me, brothers ♪

- Maybe you just need to
wait until Jenny grows up.

- ♪ See how many we can raise ♪

- You make this look so easy, B.

- ♪ Sing about the
song of praise ♪

♪ As long as you believe ♪
- ♪ I believe ♪

- ♪ You must believe ♪

- Thank you.
- ♪ Capture every word I say ♪

♪ As long as you believe ♪

- [chuckles]

- ♪ Yes, I do believe ♪

♪ Really gonna make it great ♪

♪ ♪

♪ The Good Book's had
its day, I think ♪

♪ They don't write
about it no more ♪

♪ The only thing
left to do is sing ♪

♪ Singing the
songs of the Lord ♪

- Just use a lot of it.
I'm just gonna stick it on.

- ♪ See how many we can raise ♪

- Hi!

Hi, honey. Did you have fun?

Thanks.
- Ah, of course.

♪ ♪

- ♪ Sing about the
song of praise ♪

[upbeat piano tune]

♪ ♪

- Time for breakfast,
precious jewels.

♪ ♪

- ♪ Do you believe in magic ♪

- All right, mush and
toast, piping hot.

♪ ♪

- Jan, remember,
you've got piano lesson

after school today.

- Yeah. And after
dinner tonight,

what do you say we
all do a puzzle, huh?

- Sounds great, Dad.
- Hmm?

[makes quacking sound]

♪ ♪

- "Woman Sees Heavy
Breathing UFO."

Wow.

Neat.

- I wish B would quit it with

all of the "Lost in
Space," "Star Trek" stuff.

[soft pleasant music]

- I'm so excited
for first period.

I have Miss Landry.

- Me too.

Did you know Jasper has the
biggest crush on you ever?

- He does?
- I promise.

Kindergarten, too.
- That's so weird.

I can't believe I
had a crush on him.

- [giggling] Yeah.

♪ ♪

- Hello, Mrs. Jensen.

♪ ♪

[singing to himself softly]

[bell rings]

Oh, morning, Jennifer.

Hope yours is going
as good as mine.

- It will be if you can
tell me what flowers

to bring a ten-year-old girl
for her first choir solo.

- Is Ruthie ten already?

- I feel like I'll blink, and
she'll be grown and married.

- Well, every day is a
bonus. I've always said.

[phone rings] Oh,
pardon me one second.

- Sure.

♪ ♪

[phone rings]

- Atkins Florist.
What can I do for you?

- Good morning,
Broberg. How are you?

- Oh. Fine, B.

And yourself?
- Oh, I'm great.

I was just calling to make
sure it'd be all right with you

if I took Jan horseback
riding after her piano lesson.

- We already have plans.

We're doing a
puzzle this evening.

- Aww, dang. That's...

You know, the thing
is, I promised her,

and, oh, I hate
to disappoint her.

You know how Jan gets

when she's got her
heart set on something.

- Well, sorry, B. It'll
have to be another time.

Have a good day now. Bye, bye.
- No, Bob...

- Now, you cannot go wrong
with some long-stem roses.

[phone rings]

- Hello, Brobergs.

- Gosh, Mary Ann,
you sound so blue.

- Hi, B.

I'm not blue at
all. How are you?

- Oh, well, now
that you mention it,

I skipped breakfast,

and I am a bit peckish.

- Well, you just
hold your horses.

- Bob's always bragging
about his sandwiches.

I think you're the real
artist in the house.

- [chuckles] It's just
what's in the fridge.

- It's how you put it together.

I don't know how you do it.

You sure are special,
Mary Ann. You know that?

Hey.

[country music on stereo]

♪ ♪

Are you sure you're not blue?

♪ ♪

Why don't I take you
for birthday milkshakes

with the girls this weekend?

That might cheer you up.

- It sure would.
[chuckles]

Maybe afterwards, we could...
- Before I forget.

Before I forget.

I promised Jan that I'd
take her horseback riding

in American Falls
after her piano lesson.

She's getting pretty good.

- Tonight?
- Yeah.

Yeah, I'd have her back by
6:30, 7:00 at the latest.

- That should be all
right. I better ask Bob.

- Sure. Sure.

- ♪ You leave me
nothing else to do ♪

♪ But tell you to go on
but I still love you ♪

♪ Restless woman ♪

♪ Oh, woman ♪

♪ Restless woman ♪

[phone ringing]

- Atkins Florist,
what can I do for you?

- Hi, hon. How are
things at the shop?

- Oh, pretty good. Got
some nice carnations in.

- B wants to take Jan horseback
riding in American Falls

tonight after piano.

She might be a little
late for dinner,

but that's no problem, right?

- Actually, it is a problem.
I already told him no.

- I didn't realize that.

Do you think maybe you
ought to reconsider?

You know how upset she'll be.

And she's getting really good.

- I said no, and the
answer is still no.

- You don't have to get testy.

I just think you might be being
a little bit unreasonable.

If you could ride horses,
you could take Jan yourself.

- I'm allergic to horses!

- Well, B isn't.

- [sighs] Mary Ann,
who is her father?

Him or me?

- You are, Bob.

[soft pleasant music]

- One Mississippi,
two Mississippi,

three Mississippi,

four Mississippi,
five Mississippi.

[children chanting, clapping]
Concentration... 64.

- Lion.

- Cat.

♪ ♪

[both chuckle]

[ominous music]

♪ ♪

- Ed Stephens. Just
the man I need to see.

- Howdy, Bob. What
can I help you with?

- Oh, just need to
deposit a check.

$27,208.43.

- Good grief, Bob.

Where'd you get a chunk
of change like this?

- Well, I sold the store.

Need to make a withdrawal, too.

♪ ♪

[machine whirring]

♪ ♪

- All right, here we go.
- [fusses]

Good girl, Jenny.

So good.

- [fussing]

- Bob.

What are you doing home
in the middle of the day?

- Oh, I'm just starved.

Wanted to grab a bite

while on my way back.

♪ ♪

- Back from where?

♪ ♪

- Gonna head back to the
store for the afternoon.

I'll see you tonight.

♪ ♪

[engine turns over]

♪ ♪

- Pick out a good horse for me.
- I will.

- Come on.

- Will you keep my
dinner in the oven

in case I get home a little late

from horseback riding
with Brother B?

After piano?

- It's gonna have to be
another day for that.

- Another day?

How come?

- Jan, we're having dinner
tonight and doing a puzzle.

Plus, I guess we have been

spending a bit too much with
Brother B and his family.

Both: No, we haven't!

- You spend all your
time with Sister Gail.

And a lot with Brother B.

- That is true.

But still, your father thinks
it's time for a little break.

- He's just mad he can't
do the things we can do.

It's not fair.

- [sighs]

[soft dramatic music]

♪ ♪

- Hi there, ma'am.

I am here to escort a young lady

to a piano lesson and
then to ride a horse.

- I wasn't expecting you, B.

I think there's been
a misunderstanding.

- Thought I heard your voice.
- Yeah, you thought right.

How was school?
- Pretty good.

Now horseback riding?

- B, didn't Bob tell you that
tonight wasn't gonna work?

- Oh, you know Bob.

Back and forth till
your head spins.

- I'm afraid he still says no.

- Sure wish Bob wouldn't
be so strict with her.

- Why don't we all just
do something together

this weekend?

Or how about I bring
you another sandwich

tomorrow at the store?

I like our talks.
- Yeah.

Well, that sounds great.

Meantime, what are we gonna
tell that little girl?

- It doesn't even make sense

for you to take
her to piano now.

I have to take Karen and Susan
to choir practice anyway.

- [chuckles]

I don't even want to go
horseback riding for myself.

Jasper asked me to build
a bookcase for his room.

I'm neglecting my own boy just
so I can keep my word to Jan.

- B.

- [groans] For Pete's sake.

I don't care who takes her.
You take her to the lesson.

I'll go home and
play with the boys.

I'll pick her up after.

The only thing I care about

is not disappointing
a little girl.

You know what that's like.

Just wanting something so bad.

Don't you, Mary Ann?

[sparse ominous music]

♪ ♪

[softly] Hey.

Do you remember what I told you?

[indistinct whispering]

♪ ♪

[footsteps thudding]

Jan, I'll see you after
your piano lesson.

But we need to be
home by 6:30 sharp.

- Yes!

[door opens]

- Bob Berchtold's
gonna pick her up

to go horseback riding
when she's finished today.

- That sounds fun.

♪ ♪

Did you practice this week?

- Yes, ma'am.

♪ ♪

[Bach's "Minuet in G Minor"]

♪ ♪

- Don't look at your hands.

Read your music, and
put your hands like...

Yes, perfect.

Okay.

Those horses aren't
going anywhere,

and the more you
look at that clock,

the slower times goes.

Again.

♪ ♪

- He's here!
- What? Uh...

[soft pleasant music]

♪ ♪

- What took you so long?

These horses aren't
gonna wait forever.

- I'm not late.
- [chuckling] Oh.

♪ ♪

[sighs]

Oh. Almost forgot.

Your allergy pill.

- Look. I can take
it without water.

- You are something
else. You know that?

All right. Giddy up.

♪ ♪

- ♪ I've always got
a smilin' face ♪

♪ Any time and any place ♪

♪ And every time
they ask me why ♪

♪ I just smile and say ♪

♪ You've got to... ♪

- ♪ Kiss an angel good morning ♪

♪ And let her know you think
about her when you're gone ♪

♪ You kiss an angel
good morning ♪

♪ And love her like the devil
when you get back home ♪

- [laughing] Oh, my gosh.

If you were in a choir,
they'd kick you out.

[giggles]

- ♪ The secret of a happiness ♪

- Well, the way I see it, dolly,

whatever voice
you're blessed with,

you gotta sing with that voice.

- Yeah.

I guess you're right.

- ♪ The secret I'm speakin' of ♪

♪ Is a woman and a man in love ♪

♪ And the answer is... ♪

- B?
- Yes, dolly.

- I'm glad we're friends.

- ♪ You've got to kiss
an angel good mornin' ♪

- Me too, honey.

Me too.

- ♪ Kiss an angel good mornin' ♪

♪ And lover her like the
devil when you get back home ♪

- World sure would be
a nice place to live

if everybody could just have
a friendship like we do.

To be who you are,

and do what makes you happy.

- [yawns]

Yeah.

That sounds nice.

[soft pleasant music]

♪ ♪

- Is chicken almost ready?

- Five minutes. Go
wash your hands.

You too, Susie Q.

- Where's Jani?

- Oh, she should
be home any minute.

You know, she just
had her heart set on

horseback riding tonight.

- Well, dang it, Mary Ann.

We discussed this, didn't we?

- Yes, but then B came by
the house after school,

and Jan just got so excited.

- How am I supposed
to lead this family

if every time I
put my foot down,

you go and just...

- I'm sorry.

I made him promise
they'd be home by 6:30.

- Where are they?

[ominous music]

[crickets chirping]

♪ ♪

- If we're not
gonna do the puzzle,

can we watch "The
Waltons" at 8:00?

- Yes. But finish
your homework first.

- What was the name of the ranch

where they went riding?

Gail would know, wouldn't she?

♪ ♪

[phone ringing]

[indistinct chatter]
- Boys, hush.

[phone ringing]

Yes?

- Hi, Gail. It's
Mary Ann and Bob.

- Oh, hi, Mary Ann.
What's going on?

- We're a bit
worried, to be honest.

B was supposed to bring
Jan back an hour ago.

- I hope they haven't had a
flat or anything like that.

- Oh, I... I hope not.

- I bet they lost
track of time is all.

You know how Jan loves
that old paint horse.

- The one at my
brother Keith's ranch?

But I'm sure he said

they were going
to American Falls.

He told me about a customer
who has a ranch out that way?

- Oh, I see.

- Gail, this is Bob. I
don't like this one bit.

- I think it would be better
if I just come over there

and we can talk
about this in person.

Would that be all right?

- Yeah, okay.

[ominous music]

- Boys. Boys, look at me.

I have to go to the Brobergs.
Watch your sister for me.

- [grunting]
- Get off me!

♪ ♪

[dog barking]

♪ ♪

- Gail, hi.

- Hello.

[indistinct chatter on TV]

- Come on in. Can I
get you something?

- Oh, no. I'm okay.

So I just remembered
walking over.

Do you remember when he drove
the kids to Salt Lake City?

But they wanted to
go to the circus,

so they stayed overnight, and
he came back the next day.

- Have a seat.

- Yeah, but he
called to tell us.

And it wasn't a school night.

- Well, he may still
call. It's only 8:00.

- It's not like B.

- Well, you know he gets.

- You mean his depression?

- Manic depression is
what the doctors call it.

One minute, he can
be down in the dumps.

And the next thing you know,
it's, whew, up like a rocket.

He just, he gets so excited.

- Are you saying
that he got excited

and that they went
to the circus again?

- Or it could be a flat.

[soft ominous music]

♪ ♪

The only thing is...

- What is it?

♪ ♪

- Gail, if you have
something to say,

I think you better say it.

- I'm sure it's nothing.

For the past two weeks,

he's been coming
home quite late,

and I've been worried
about his well-being,

so I followed him out
to our storage unit,

where we keep our boat,

and I could see him inside,
working on a motorhome.

- I didn't know you
had a motorhome.

- And neither did I.

- Oh.

- He gets... these
impulsive moods.

- But he has Jan
with him, though,

so he has to think
about her too.

That's the main thing.

I know that he would
never intentionally

do anything to upset us, but...

- [sighs]

I think we gotta
call the police,

just to let them know that
Jan hasn't come home yet.

♪ ♪

- What?

I mean, I'd hate to
cause all that trouble,

when it's only been
just 90 minutes.

♪ ♪

And think how
scared Jan would be

if the police come
and cause a fuss.

♪ ♪

Let's just give them a
little longer, all right?

♪ ♪

- I guess there isn't
much they can do

after 90 minutes, is there?

- [clears throat]

Well...

if he's been going out to
the storage unit every night

to work on this motorhome,

then maybe you ought
to take us there.

Maybe he took Jani there
to, you know, show her.

- Sure. I can do that.

- How about Gail and I go,

and you stay here
with the girls?

Maybe he'll call.

- Yeah. All right.

Hey, Gail, could you give
me the number for the fella

he's got working down at
the store, Bob Eldridge?

If they did go riding at
some customer's ranch,

I mean, he would know
who it was, wouldn't he?

- Sure. Of course.
I can write it down.

- Great.

♪ ♪

Good evening, Bob.
It's Bob Broberg.

- Oh, hi, Bob!
What's going on?

- Well, Berchtold... [sighs]

Well, Berchtold went and
took Jan horseback riding,

and they were supposed
to be back some time ago.

It seems they went to a ranch

that belongs to a
customer of yours?

Does that ring a bell?
Do you know who that is?

- I can't say I know a
customer with a horse ranch.

Not off hand.

- [sighs]

Okay. All right. Well,
thank you for your help.

- Oh, don't worry, though.
You know how reliable he is.

He's always saying how
much he thinks of you, Bob.

He says, "Good old
Broberg's always there

to give me a hand."

- You...

Have a good night.

♪ ♪

- This one?

- Yes. This is it right here.

I guess I don't have the key.

- What is it?

Do you see it in there?

- I can't see anything.

We better get back home.

- Just can't figure out why
he's got a motorhome in there

without telling you.

They didn't call?

- Well, it must be car trouble.

That's the only explanation.

- I think we need to call
the police and let them know.

- What'll you say?

- Just that they were
supposed to be home by 6:30,

and that we're getting a bit...
- Dad?

- Yeah, Bright Eyes?

- Did Jan and B come back yet?

- Uh, no. No.

Go on to bed now.

- [sobbing]

- What's wrong?

- What's gotten into you, Gail?

- I felt so bad.

And we didn't want
to tell anyone.

- Tell anyone what?

- He's been struggling.

There was this...

little Mexican girl.

You know how much
he loves children.

And we've... we want another.

Then, we heard about this
little girl down there.

This Maria.

Who needed a better life.

So I flew down

and met him with all
the adoption papers.

[sighs]

And she was cute as a button.

But at the last minute...

her mother just cried and cried

and wouldn't let her go.

[sighs]

You should have seen
how disappointed he was

that he had to
leave her in Mexico.

- I had no idea.

I guess that helps explain
his depression and so on.

We still have to
call the police.

- Oh, wait. Mary Ann.

Wait until tomorrow.

Whatever's got them delayed,

he would never let
anything happen to her.

And you know...

he would never forgive you.

♪ ♪

[dial whirring]

- [exhales shakily]
[line ringing]

- District 5,
Idaho State Police.

What can I do for you?

- Well, I suppose I have an
inquiry for somebody there.

- Yes, ma'am. What's
your question?

- I was wondering
if anyone reported

a car broken down or an
accident of some kind

involving a green
1974 Ford Maverick.

Anyone injured or...

anything like that.

- I'll ask. Hold
on just a sec.

- Thank you.

[unsettling music]

♪ ♪

- Ma'am, I've got nothing
like that tonight.

- Oh, that's a relief.

- Is that all?

- Yes.

Thank you.

- All right, then.
You have a good night.

- You have a good night, too.

I'm sure they'll be back soon.

He'll take good care of her.

[unsettling music]

♪ ♪

- Good night, Mary Ann.

- When they get back,

you'll give him a piece
of your mind, won't you?

- You're damn right, I will.

- Do you remember
what I told you?

Do you remember what I told
you at the Gold and Green Ball?

I wish I had met you earlier.

You just hold your horses.

♪ ♪

[static droning]

- [struggling]

B!

- Female companion.
Female companion.

Female companion.

Female companion.
Female companion.

Female companion.

Female companion.
Female companion.

Female companion.

Female companion.
Female companion.

Female companion.

Female companion.

Female companion.

[eerie music]

♪ ♪