Jane the Virgin (2014–…): Season 2, Episode 12 - Chapter Thirty-Four - full transcript

Jane is considering whether or not to take her relationship with Jonathan to the next level and turns to Xo for advice. Xo and Rogelio have their own relationship issues to work out. Meanwhile, as a favor to Rafael, Jane agrees to help Petra by throwing her a baby shower. Luisa is in a terrible car accident, but all is not as it seems. Michael comes to a realization he must share with Jane.

Latin lover narrator: Yo, yo, yo.

Let me catch you up.

You recall that Jane the Virgin

was taught to protect

her flower until marriage.




But lately Jane's been rethinking a little,

especially since she's single now

and crushing on Professor Hottie.

I was wondering if you...

wanted to get dinner sometime.


I know... OMG, right?

Oh, and remember when Petra

inseminated herself with Rafael's sperm?

Well, Raf was pretty mad at first,
but lately,

they've actually been growing closer.

And speaking of romance, Ro proposed to Xo.

And they would've lived happily ever after,

but for this.

I don't want to have any more kids.

Yeah, so big problemo.

And speaking of problems,

Jane's ex-fiancé Michael

was trying to find two crime lords.

Rose aka Sin Rostro,

aka Luisa's great love.

And Elena aka Mutter,

aka Rafael's mother.

Turns out they were working together

to change criminals' faces.

And they kept all the
information on a secret chip.

But the cops finally got the chip

and decrypted it.

Our first face.

Exciting, right?

So maybe they can use it

to solve this friggin' case already.

I know Michael certainly wants to.

(doorbell rings)

- _
- As you all well know,

our Jane had an active imagination.

That, coupled with her tendency

to romanticize,

well, it pushed her towards

a certain worldview.

Rosy, if you will.

Ow! Ooh, God!

Hey, maybe we should go to my place.

But there was one thing
Jane didn't romanticize.

Uh, so, uh...

it's probably time that I told you.


I'm a virgin.

- Oh.
- Wait for it.

And I'm saving myself until marriage.

Well, I guess we'll have to wait

till we're married then.

But, alas, that day never came.

Instead, this day came.

Waiting just doesn't seem
to make sense anymore.

I mean, I'm a virgin mom!

That's just weird!

Totally weird.

Like, what exactly am I holding onto?

No idea.

Because everything is different now.

Look, trust me, I get it.

But do you really think that
Professor Hottie is the guy?

I don't know.

I'm just open to it, that's all.

I really feel... open.


Do you have condoms?

Uh, Mom, it's not happening tonight!

Okay, stop stalling and go talk to Dad.

All right, I'm going, I'm going.

Wish me luck.

Hopefully the fact that I don't want kids

isn't a deal breaker.

I don't want it to be a deal breaker,

So, I guess, how important are kids to you?

I mean, important.

I didn't get to raise Jane...

- Rogelio...
- I'm not blaming you.

I mean, this-this is just coming up,

because now you're springing this on me.

It's not like I've been keeping it a secret.

I-I'm just realizing it.

I only wish I'd known.

Yeah, well, there are things about you

that I wish I knew, too!

Like what? I'm an open book.

In fact,
I gave you my unauthorized biography.



what about your Scientology discs?

LATIN LOVER NARRATOR: Okay, thank you.

I've been waiting for
someone to bring that up.

- _
- Is that what this is about?

Because you can watch those discs right now

if that will help.

Great, let's do it! I'm in!

No, I'm sorry. (sighs)

- That's not the problem.
- Come on!

I'm lashing out because...

I love you and...

I want to make this work.

Me, too.

- (knocking on door)
- MAN: Rehearsal's up, Rogelio.


Listen, let's just put the baby
decision on the back burner.

We don't have to decide that today, right?

You look handsome.

Thank you.

This week,
Tiago is going through the time portal

and arriving in the
women's suffrage movement.

I'm playing the nation's
first male feminist.

I think history has really
overlooked his point of view.




And speaking of overlooked heroes...


I'm seeing a clean record here.

Looks like you've never been in any trouble,

Nope, never have.

That's why I'm not
exactly sure why I'm here.

That makes two of us.

This guy, on the other hand,

he's been in lots of trouble.

His name's Igor Beltzky, Russian mafia.

He's wanted for drug trafficking,

multiple murder charges,

Yeah, sorry, I don't know that guy.

MICHAEL: Interesting.

Because it's you.

Rose and Elena kept records on a chip...

All the faces they changed,
what they looked like then

and what they look like now.

Is it me or was he way cuter before?

So here's what's gonna happen.

You're gonna contact Rose,
however you contacted her,

and you're gonna tell her you have the chip.

And you're gonna tell her
you'll sell it back to her

And tell her to come alone.

And for the record,

things would've unfolded that way exactly,

but for this.

If the police have the chip,
we both have a problem.

That's right...
Rose and Elena knew the cops had it!

But I'm getting ahead of myself.


Okay... I'm in.

At this point, I should remind you

that this case meant everything to Michael.

Because of, well...

Okay! (kissing)

Come to Daddy!

- Thank you for switching nights.
- Of course.

But again, I'm getting ahead of myself.

Hey, uh, before you go, do you still have

that list, uh, you made before you had Mateo

of all the best baby products?

'Cause Petra's kind of struggling.

Oh, no, really?

She bought a pram.

A pram as in an old-timey stroller?

Apparently, Kate Middleton uses one.

- (chuckles)
- Around the castle.

I tried to make suggestions,

but she just kind of bit my head off.

Yeah, well, the hormones are crazy

at the end of the pregnancy.

That's what I said.

You called her hormonal?


I just suggested that she might be...

because she is!

- Not the point!
- I know.

Hey, you couldn't...?


It's just that she just looks up to you

with all the mom stuff.

Oh, you want me to talk to her?

Well, we all are gonna be a family.

You see Michael wasn't the
only one who knew Jane.

You went there.

I'm not proud of it.

I hate you.

Where is she?



- JANE: Oh!
- Oh!

Oh, I'm sorry!

Didn't notice you were there.

I was just looking for Rafael.

He's upstairs.

Ah, shoot.

You know, while I'm here...

Hmm, looks like she's got
her father's acting chops.

I, uh,
was thinking maybe we could clear the air.

I-I know the only reason
why you canceled that lunch

was because your mother murdered that guy.


Sorry about that.

No, it's not your fault.

I mean,
my mother does a lot of stupid stuff, too.

Anyway, uh, you know,
maybe we can have a redo.

Talk about baby stuff...

I'd love that.

Oh, wow, that was quick.

Oh! Okay.

I think I got the wrong stroller.

Like, this pram won't fold.

Or respond to kicking.

I mean,
I could pull up my baby shower registry.

Oh, that would be great.
I'd just buy everything.

I'm not having a shower.

My mother's in jail, so...

Who would throw it?

Anyway, it's fine.

Ah, yes, and now I'll remind you

of Jane's rosy worldview.

I could throw you one, if you want.


A shower.

(stammers) A small luncheon.

It's no big deal.

Yeah, we-we can invite...

the two women that you go to yoga with.

And-and the woman that I met downstairs,

uh, in the lounge.

She doesn't speak English.



Come on, it'll be nice.

You offered to throw her a baby shower?

The better Petra and I get along,

the better it'll be for our kids.

Which ones?

Neither. Higher.


I'm impressed.

This is a brand-new Jane.

Friends with Petra,

open to having sex.


Just in case.

He's very handsome.

It's not happening tonight!

I'm just getting to know him.


You're very hard to Internet-stalk.

Privacy... it's not underrated.

What do you want to know?

Why'd you get a divorce?

I wasn't suited for marriage.


I can tell you that I'm

definitely not thinking
about my ex right now.

No, I am completely rooted here in Miami.

So you wouldn't take the sabbatical?

Two years in Thailand?

Hmm... no way.

When are you leaving?

Not for four months.


Teach till the end of the semester.

Then relax for the summer.

Then I take off.


(Jane laughing)

So you're saying I'm pretentious.


No, I'm saying that novelas
explore serious themes,

they just don't scream it.

And yes, you are... pret...


MAN: Um, hey?

We're actually closing.

Oh, sorry.

(chuckles) We're leaving.

(laughing): Oh, my God.

(speaks indistinctly)

Come back to my place.

Oh, um,

no, no, not tonight.



I'll make you dinner.

we all know what "dinner" means.


Great. Sounds perfect.

He's just...
the perfect person to do this with.

I mean, first of all,
I'm extremely attracted to him.


Yes, you've made that clear.

Plus he's leaving the country,
so there's no time for me

to romanticize the whole
thing and get attached.

At this point,
I just want to get it over with.

You know, rip off the Band-Aid already,

- so it's not such a huge thing.
- Got it.

So, you gonna tell him it's your first time?

No, there's no need.

Then it's suddenly deep, and it's not.


Jonathan. There's no real future there.


Okay, you two, I got to go to school. Bye.

Give me a ride. I'm meeting Rogelio.

Bye, Ma.


♪ ♪

(knocking on door)

Xiomara, thank you for coming.

- Are you okay?
- Yes.

I have decided...

Please come in.


I know you said this wasn't the issue,

but if these Scientology discs
are holding you back in any way,

I want to show them to you.

Oh, no, that's not necessary.


Please, I insist.

Sure, if you really want to.


Okay, fine.

Here it is.

I was 26 years old,
and a friend was setting me up.

She said she wanted to find me a girlfriend.

She was an older woman.

And I thought she liked to be called "madam"

as a sign of respect,
but that wasn't the only reason.

She was also...


An actual madam.

But I didn't know.

It wasn't until I watch the
acclaimed film Pretty Woman

that I realized I was a "pretty woman."

Well, now you know.

It was 15 years ago.

It's so embarrassing.


That's the big secret?

Rogelio, honestly, I don't care.

I was imagining something way worse.

Really? Luciana hung that over my head.

How many times do I have to tell you?

I'm not Luciana.

No, you're not.

It's finally been set.

Xiomara, be my wife.


I know, no kids, and I'm okay with that.

I'd rather have you than some hypothetical

genetically blessed kid.

PETRA: That thing is huge.

these two were also giving it a try.

I know, but that is the best breast pump

because it comes with an extra battery.

Yeah, I won't need it.

Oh, trust me. (chuckles)

I forgot my battery,
and I was at this writer's retreat,

and then Raf had to bring it to me,

and it was just, like, this whole big thing.

No, I won't be needing it,
'cause I'm not breast-feeding.


I'm having two babies, Jane. That's a lot.

No, I get that, I-I'm... I'm not judging.


Felt like judging.

Sorry. Totally didn't mean that at all.

Anyway, um, Raf and I have this glider.

We love it because it is so comfortable,

especially if you're gonna be up long nights,
feeding the baby...

I'm not worried about late nights.

I have a night nurse.

Oh, well, maybe she wants to sit in it.

I just don't like it.

- Okay.
- Okay?

I think gliders are ugly in general.

Okay, got it.

WAITRESS: Here you go.

Your oil.

And your water.

Thank you.

Perhaps I've romanticized

their friendship potential just a little.

So, pacifiers?

Oh, yes, definitely pacifiers.

Wait, how about those?

Two for $12?

No, that's ridiculous.

- Lookit, five for ten.
- Yeah.

But don't you think there's a
reason for the price difference?

- Yeah, they're trying to scam you.
- Or they're better.

- Maybe.
- Definitely.


Not quite so rosy in real life.

JANE: I was trying.

But Petra is so...


Seriously, Jane's judgy.

She was buying all these
overpriced impractical things

just because they were more expensive.

She made me feel bad for wanting
the best things for our kids.

And you should have heard her talking

about around-the-clock nannies.

And she's such a martyr.

She has to do everything herself.

Whatever. We're just really different.

Oil and water. Honestly.

Enough, Petra.

- We just wanted to help.
- "We"?

Okay, I might have... told Jane

you needed a little help.

I don't need help.


It's too late now, I already said I would.

I just got to get through this.








Now let's move on to Tiago
making love in the voting booth.


Oh, hi! Come.

I'm so glad you're here.

Suffragettes, gather round, please.

I want to make an announcement.

The beautiful woman standing next to me

is going to be Mrs. de la Vega.


Uh, unless I keep my name.

(laughing): Why would you do that?

That's ridiculous.


Mr. de la Vega,
can I take a picture with you?

- For my mom?
- Of course.

Wait, first,

find your light.

And then hold the camera up high

to streamline your features.

- (camera clicks)
- Yes.

BOY: Thank you, Mr. de la Vega.


Rogelio, are you sure this is what you want?

A life without kids?

No, I'm not.

But I'm sure about you.

And who knows?

Perhaps in the future
you'll change your mind.


You did before.

It's a possibility.

But I'm 40.

I-I can't even have kids much longer.

Yes, I know.

♪ ♪

What if we could manipulate time?

will you consider freezing your eggs?

Just as an insurance policy, in case.

Uh, I guess I could think about it.

JONATHAN: It's all about the eggs.

You have to make sure
they're at room temperature.

'Cause if they're too cold,
they won't mix with the flour.


I've never had a homemade pasta before.

Oh, I'm glad you liked it.

I did.


No one is thinking about pasta right now.

And this, my friends,
is what we call "chemistry."

- Just so you know.
- Mm-hmm.

You're the first person I've been with.

You've got to be kidding me.

I mean, since my divorce was finalized.

Oh, okay, that makes more sense.

I mean, not a big deal,
I'm just mentioning it.

Got it.

You know what else is not a big deal?

Wait, I thought we weren't telling.

You are actually my first.

That's it, buddy.

That's the end of the sentence.

I'm a virgin.


But also not a big deal.

It was just, like,
a promise I made to my grandmother. Yeah.

(chuckling): Your... your grandmother?

Oh, Jane.

I just mean that I was
saving myself for marriage,

but now I'm not.


Oh, no, did I ruin the mood?

Not the stuff about being a virgin.

Maybe all the talk about your grandmother.

Look, I'm just looking for something casual.


So am I, so...



M-Maybe we shouldn't do this.

I'm sorry.



No problem.

It's cool.

You'll recall we left Xiomara

considering a certain fertility treatment.

(clears throat)

Were you waiting up for me?

- _
- No.

- Are you still... ?
- Yes.

I didn't have sex.

For some reason, I told him I was a virgin,

and soon we were talking about Abuela.

Ooh. Yeah.

He pulled the plug.

I mean, if he hadn't, I would have done it.


Or maybe you brought up the virgin thing

because you weren't sure?

What? No.


JANE: Oh, nothing.

It was just a bad date.

Uh, I do have some pretty big news, though.


I might freeze my eggs.


As in get them removed and frozen.

In case I change my mind about having kids.


Just to leave the door open.

Okay, so he'll just open the door,

and I'll apologize.

For keeping in touch

with the woman who killed our
father and kidnapped his son.




SUSANNA: Perfect.

Just be straightforward.

You can do this.

I can do this.

RAFAEL: You did it.

You apologized.

- So now you can go.
- Rafael.

You chose to stay in touch with
Rose instead of turning her in.

You need to understand.

Uh... I'm an addict, right?

And-and I've been sober,

but in some way,
I've replaced one addiction with another,

and... and alcohol became Rose.

I mean, even with all that bad stuff,

I just, I was obsessed.

I just couldn't let her go.

Does this make any sense?


You should leave.

♪ ♪

JANE: Knock, knock.

I'm in the middle of something.

I'm sorry, it's just...

you haven't returned my calls or texts.

I just wanted to know

if the tea sandwiches are a go.

Kate Middleton's favorites.

Jane, just spare me. Okay?


I don't need your pity party.

This is not a pity party.


Resist the urge to help.

Look... I know that you and Rafael

were plotting how to help me, okay?

I should have realized it,
the way you were talking yesterday.

"We" this, "we" that.

No, no, it wasn't like that.

I mean, we're close, that's all;

we're raising a kid together.

He mentions things.

That's it?

Of course.

Got it.

Oh, we kissed.

Did he mention that?

No, he didn't.

Well, we did.

Wait, is that what this is about?

Do you think that I want to be with him?

Well, do you?

No, I don't.

Does he know that?

Of course.

(knocking at door)

Hey, he's still sleeping.

He'll be up any minute.

Is everything okay?

Apparently, Petra knew that you sent me in.



I meant to tell you...

And did you mean

to tell me about the kiss?

I mean,
I just wouldn't have mentioned your name

so many times, had I known.

I don't know why I didn't.


Well, Petra said...

That's not true, I do know why.

It's 'cause I still love you, Jane, I do.

And I'm sorry that I lied to you,

it's just that we were in
such a good place before that

and I just want to get back to that.

We can't.

We can.

W... I won't lie again.

It's not about the lie.

We're just so different.

Then we'll learn how to compromise.

- Rafael, stop...
- Fighting? I-I can't,

'cause I don't understand, Jane.
We were in love.

We were. But...

she couldn't leave the door open.

My feelings changed.

I-I don't know when,

but they changed

and that's why we aren't together.

And strangely, in this moment,

his sister's words came to mind.



Yeah, I got it.

You know what you should do

if you share a baby daddy
and months of animosity?


Throw a baby shower!

(laughter, chatter)




- _
- XIOMARA: Sorry I'm late.

Nah, don't worry,

Petra's not even here yet.

So, how was the fertility doctor?

I learned I have "geriatric eggs."

Oh... Seriously.

That's what they're
called if you're over 35.

But because of where I am in my cycle,

I can start injections

- tomorrow.
- Tomorrow?

Which she recommends,
because of the geriatric thing.

Wow, okay.

How do you feel about that, Mateo, huh? Huh?

You want another baby? Huh?

Ooh, somebody's wet.

Let's go change you.

Let me. I want to.


All done.

Nice and clean.


Who's my perfect boy?

I love you.

Yes, I do,

I love you, Mateo.




Why aren't you downstairs?

I thought I made myself clear.
I didn't want the shower.

Um, no, no. You did not make that clear.

And the shower is happening. Right now.

Okay, well, I'm not going.

What? You have to.

No, I don't.

Jane, we don't like each other.

And I don't need

your sympathy, okay?

I know you pity me and my
screwed-up family and...

This isn't because of
your screwed-up family,

it's because of mine. Okay?

I just got to know my dad,

and my grandma doesn't talk
to her relatives in Venezuela,

and it was just the three of us,
a lot of the time.

And that was lonely.

And I don't want that for my son.

I didn't know that.

You tend to...

Romanticize. I know.


I do feel better

knowing you've suffered a little.

What? I like honesty.

So do I.


Something they have in common.

Then, honestly,

I don't react well to being handled.

I get that.

And honestly,
I don't respond well to snobbery.

And I don't like it when people are fake.

Part of the reason I didn't
want to go to the shower

was because I didn't want to hear you

give some insincere toast.


'Cause I didn't want to give it.

Now... can we go down?

To Petra.


having two babies.

GUS: Careful there, baby...

- Can I take you to dinner later?
- No.

I think he's forgetting about his new face.

And that she's a lesbian.

And that he's killed, like, 32 people.

You're gonna wait for Rose in the warehouse.

When you exchange the chip for the money,
we move in.

again... would have happened...

(phone ringing)

- but I'm getting ahead of myself.
- Cordero.


What's wrong?

Luisa was drinking.

She was in a really bad car crash.

SUSANNA: Is she okay?

Is Luisa okay?

And I'd tell you the answer

to that, friend, but again...

I don't want to get ahead of myself.

You'll recall, Luisa was taken

to the hospital in a stretcher,

but Jane knew nothing of that.

Or she wouldn't be doing this.


(phone chimes)


Who's that?




Don't sugarcoat, Jane.







♪ ♪

I believe the term here is "sexting."

It should be noted

that when two professional
writers decide to sext,

it gets very hot, very quickly.




It should also be noted

that our Jane's driving
just a little too fast...

and also she's not wearing pants.

(siren whoops)




- Everything okay?
- Oh, yeah.

Because you have a lot
of papers on your lap.

I do.

Because, um...

I'm not wearing any pants.

It's a long story.

I'm sure it is.

You were also speeding.

Related to the pants.

License and registration.

Yes, of course, I'm sorry.

Ow! Ooh, ay, ay, ay...



Don't have sex.

I said, don't speed.


I'm so sorry.

I'm gonna let you off with a warning.

But drive safely.

Think first.

Oh, God,

I'm so sorry I'm late, I was speeding and...

I want you so badly.

Come on, let's go to the bedroom.


Hey. Are you okay?

Yeah. Yeah, I'm fine.

Okay. I'm fine.

(sobs) Hey...

J... You're-you're crying.

No, I'm not crying.

(crying): I'm not cry...

I'm not crying.

I'm fine. I really want to do this.

I really do...

Jane... I'm sorry, I think I'm just, like,

a little overwhelmed, but I'm fine.

I still really want to do this, I do.

I think I just need to blow my nose.

Yeah. Okay.


LATIN LOVER NARRATOR: Ugh, what a mess.


(crying): Okay, great.

It's okay, don't worry.

No... no, I really might want to.

Oh... It's okay.

I've been waiting for you.

Oh, sorry, sorry, I grabbed your keys,

I didn't think you were gonna go out.

It's the first night of the hormone shots.

Ro wants to be with me...

Whose pants are those?


I went to his house to have sex with him,

- and instead I burst into tears.
- No.

- Yes.
- You cried?

- LATIN LOVER NARRATOR: Oh, she definitely cried.
- I didn't mean to.

Like, actual tears?

Okay, now you're just making me feel worse!

Uh, anyway, Mom, um, bye.

Tell Dad I said hi and thank
you for watching the baby.

Bye, Ma.

Uh, let me go change, Abuela.

And then we can catch up on our novelas.

ROGELIO: Telenovelas need heart.

But they also need a big,
fun action sequence.

That's why we're putting Susan B. Anthony

in a freak riding accident.




Plus, it's an old trick.

A woman in distress really
brings everyone together

at the end of an episode.

(steady beeping)

- But I'm getting ahead of myself.
- WOMAN: Shh!

Lecture the intern somewhere else.

We're rolling.

- Xiomara!

We must be very quiet, because we are now

in the midst of an official telenovela

action sequence.

Gus looks nervous, which makes sense,

because he's waiting to meet Rose.

Is that her?



Come on, come on, come on!

(thud nearby)

This is it... she's coming.


Your face.

It's the same.

Would you repaint the Sistine Chapel?


I had to make sure you were all right.


And I also came here to say good-bye.


You need to move on.

There's no future for us.


Don't say that.

Luisa, you're not gonna run away with me.

I mean...

I could.

Okay, she's getting ready to move.

I'm not getting ahead of myself.

Let me fill you in.

Remember how Rose and Elena
knew the cops found the chip?

If the police have the chip,
we both have a problem.

Well, Michael knew they knew!

I'm guessing there's a signal

when it's downloaded,

so Rose and Elena know we have it,
which means

we need a public plan and a real plan.

And now I can tell you Luisa's okay.


Turn around slowly

and put your hands up.

You set me up?

(crying): I'm sorry, I had to!

I'm sorry I couldn't say anything before.

I wasn't sure who I could trust.

SUSANNA: Stand down! Put your hands up!

What is she doing? What is she doing?

Wait, what's happening?

Send your guys in.
We need to wait until she's out of ICU.

Don't worry, there's only one way out.

Susanna Barnett.

And now I urge you to pay attention.

One of these women is about to die.

So the details could be important.


Susanna Barnett.

I thought it would be you.

Put your hands up.

Your mom lives in Nashville with
your little brother Tyler Dylan.

What was that?

A blue comforter on his bed?

A Titans banner in the corner?


Stay away from him.

ROSE: I'd love to.

Escort me out.

I'll take your gun.

Or I will have my associates

execute him, make no doubt about it.

Follow and I will kill her.

- No! No! No!
- Damn it, no!


Where is she? Where is she?

In there! Go!


Oh, my God.


She was strangled by blue silk ties.

That's got to be Mutter. She beat us here.

Wait for forensics.
We need to do this right.

I need DNA, prints. Let's get some...

And now it's time to remind you again

that he had everything riding on this.


Didn't see that coming.



Or that.








- I'm sorry, what?
- I'm sorry, what?


With who?




Why didn't you tell me?




Well, they shouldn't have.








Yeah, I agree.

No more crying.















Hi there.

Powerful scene, no?


It really was.


XIOMARA: Sometimes there's no clear answer.

And sometimes there is.

And I know I don't want to do this.

Is it the needles?


It's that I love being a grandmother.

Because I love being able to choose

whether or not I want to
change a dirty diaper.

And I want that choice.

My needs are important,

like Tiago said.

And I know

I don't want to have any more kids.

So, uh, I shouldn't leave the door open.

(crying): And I know you want them.

So you should have them.


ROGELIO: My greatest love

was my first love,


I think about her every day.

(phone buzzing)

Hi, Jane.

Hey, Mom told me what happened.

You okay?

Yes, yes.

Of course.

LUCIANA: You never told me about her.

I told my pen pal Lola.

It's easier to write than to talk about.

Plus, Lola is in prison, so it's not like

she's going to do anything with my secrets.

She won't be out for another ten years.

And we'll be on the Bridge
to Total Freedom by then.



It's time to resume here, where we began.

(phone chimes)

With our Jane.

♪ This heart has its bleeding... ♪

She was a romantic, you'll recall.

♪ This heart has its workings... ♪

But some moments can't be romanticized.

♪ This heart is still mine ♪

♪ Which means it's still yours... ♪

What are you doing here?

It's over.

Rose is dead.


She can't ever hurt you or Mateo.

I don't understand.

I-I couldn't jeopardize your safety again.

I had to push you away.

But-but it's over now.

She's gone and you are safe.

And, Jane, I love you.

I've always loved you.


Tell me it's not too late.

Like I said,
some moments can't be romanticized.

Don't think. Just tell me.

Do you still love me?

Because they're just that perfect.