The Flash (2014–…): Season 2, Episode 7 - Gorilla Warfare - full transcript

Barry's team races to rescue Caitlin when Grodd abducts her; Cisco plans a date with the new barista at Jitters; Patty knows Barry is hiding something.

- My name is Barry Allen,

and I am the fastest man alive.

To the outside world, I'm
an ordinary forensic scientist,

but secretly, with the help of
my friends at S.T.A.R. Labs,

I fight crime and find
other meta-humans like me.

I hunted down the man
who killed my mother,

but in doing so, I opened up
our world to new threats,

and I am the only one
fast enough to stop them.

I am The Flash.

Previously on "The Flash"...

Zoom wants me dead.

The meta-humans that he's
sending from Earth-2,

they don't care how many
innocent people get in the way.

- I have to go.

I need you to tell me
that it's okay.

- Ah!
- Barry.

- Is this the face of your hero,
Central City?

- Ah!
- Ah!

- Seriously got your ass kicked.

- I can't feel my legs.

- All right, I got you.

- Mm-hmm.
- Okay.

- I can't do it right now,
all right?

- Oh, yes you can, Barry.
- No, no, no.

- We've been making
so much progress.

- Yep, six whole steps.

Someone get me a Bozo button.

- Hey, give yourself
some credit.

You just broke your back.

- Yeah, a normal person
would've been paralyzed

the rest of his life.

- How long until I'm
fully healed?

- The initial MRI
I took a week ago

showed a complete dislocation at
the T12-L1 interspace

of the thoracolumbar junction.

But this is the MRI
I took this morning.

It's remarkable, but you're
almost completely healed.

- I'm still having trouble

- That's totally normal
with a spinal injury.

It should clear up soon.

- We're going to get you back
in that suit, Barry.

Real quick, trust me.

- What are we gonna do
about Zoom?

- No sign of him since Cisco
nailed him with that tranq dart.

- And I haven't vibed
since then.

- Maybe Zoom's not coming back.
- I highly doubt that.

Which is why I'm gonna go do
something about it.

- What do you mean, go do
something about it?

- I need access to your breach
room and your speed cannon.

- Why is that?

- Because, Barry,
it's time to go home.

- So, you show up on our Earth,
you screw everything up,

and now you want to go home?

Sounds very familiar.

- Again, that wasn't me.

I need to go take care of Zoom
once and for all

before anyone else gets killed.

- How do you plan on doing that?

- I'll think of something.

Ramon, if you'll escort me
to the speed cannon.

- No, no, you can't go
through the breach.

- Yeah, he can.

Jay taught us how to
send people.

- That's not what I mean.

Look, if you can figure out
how to stop Zoom

on your Earth, you can
figure out how to do it here.

We need you to stay here until
we defeat Zoom, Dr. Wells.

- What I need, Dr. Snow,
is to return home.

And I'm going to that with
or without your assistance.

- What are you doing?
If Harry wants to go...bye.

- Look, like it or not, Cisco,
we need his help.

- I'm not sure another plan
from Wells is what we need.

- Yeah, I mean,
the last bright idea he had

nearly got Barry killed.

- No, I know, but Jay's gone,

and Dr. Wells knows Zoom
better than anyone,

so until Barry is back
on his feet again,

we need to keep Wells around
in case Zoom returns.

- Caitlin, if he doesn't
want to be here,

then we're better off
without him.

Let him go.

- I can't do that.
Not yet.

[alarm blares]

- Oh, snap, meta-human attack.

Nope, nope, my bad, that is
just an alert for me.

- For what?
- Oh, it's just a reminder.

I have a date in an hour, so...

- Oh, with who?

- With the lovely
Kendra Saunders,

the barista at Jitters.

Oh, she makes a mean latte.

I think we're gonna go out
for dinner and a movie,

and then, I don't know,
maybe some breakfast.

- [laughs]
- Wait, breakfast?

Why breakfast?
I don't...

- Yeah...

- 'Cause, you know,
you go home...

- Cisco.
- And...

- He's messing with you.
- Go.

- Oh.

[phone vibrates]

- [sighs]

Patty, hey.
- Hey. I hear you're still sick.

- Yeah, yeah,
it's a...nasty bug.

- Well, I make a mean chicken
noodle soup from scratch.

I could bring some by later
if you'd like.

- No, that's sweet, I just--
I'd feel terrible

if you caught any of this.

Besides, I love
the canned stuff.

- Okay, well, try to stay
off your feet.

- Oh, yeah, believe me, I am.

- You sure you're okay?

You sound like something's up.

- Yeah, no, no, no, no.
I'm fine.

I'm just not myself right now.

- Okay, well,
I hope to see you soon,

and, uh, feel better.

- Thanks.
- Bye.

- Bye.

- You should stay away
from the cheese curds.

They're addicting.

- [chuckles]

I'm going to take a wild stab

and guess that you're here
without the consent

of the rest of
your fabulous team.

- It's been difficult,
having you here.

For all of us.

- You don't have to worry
about that anymore

because I'm leaving.

- We can help you
save your daughter.

I know that's why
you want to go home.

- Look, I made
a big mistake coming here.

My plan was to get
the Flash's help

and use that help to stop Zoom,
and my plan failed.

I don't have another plan,

except to go back home
and face Zoom myself.

- So let's say you go back
to your Earth,

and you fight Zoom.

He will kill you.

And then, how does that
help your daughter?

Look, the best way
to save Jesse

is for you to stay here,
and work with us as a team.

- No.

Now, please leave me alone,
while I discover

which one of these breaches
is gonna get me home.

- You know, you're lucky
Cisco and Professor Stein

never figured out how to close
all the breaches,

'cause then you'd be stuck here.

- Wait.

We close the breaches.

All of them, except one,

so Zoom only has one way
to get to this world.

- The breach at S.T.A.R. Labs.
- Exactly.

And then we set a trap.

- It's got fencing, fighting,
torture, revenge,

giants, monsters, chases,

true love, miracles, and,

it's ranked as one of the best
date movies of all time.

- Well, let's see
if that's true.


Are you okay?

- I gotta go.

- What? Why?

- I am so sorry that
this is happening right now.

I am so, so sorry.

Um, I have to go.

I'll call you, okay?

I'll call you,
I swear.


- Okay, Brian,
let that sit overnight,

and then we'll assay
in the morning.

- Dr. Shore?

You okay?



What are you doing?

You can't take that out of here.


- [heavy breathing]

What happened to me?

[helicopter rotors]
- [guttural grunting]

- What are you?

- [roars]
- Ah!

- Foolish Human...

I am Grodd.

- Patty.

What'd you find?

- Found these weird-looking
hairs all over the street.

I'm gonna run 'em against
the database

and see what I can find.

Uh, here, our victim.

His name's Dr. Jeffrey Shore.

He's a biochemistry engineer
here at Vaughan Pharmaceuticals.

This is the second dead lab tech
in two weeks.

- That ain't a coincidence.

- Yeah, and like the other tech,

he had just stolen a serum
from their storage cooler.

- Really? What kind of serum?
- It's called Cortexin.

It's used to treat

a blood disease in the brain.

The serum's missing, but
his colleagues found him here

a couple of minutes later, dead.

- He didn't get far.

- He died from blunt force
trauma to the head.

- Ugh, and apparently
a lot of it.

- Yeah, check this out.

- Is that his blood?
- Point of impact.

- Okay.

Can you run through
what you told me to her

and see if you can
get anything else,

and if the cases are linked?

- Sure thing.

- Hi.
- Some of the evidence.

I'll be right with you.
Uh, Detective?

How's Barry feeling?

- Oh, heading to see him
right now.

He asked me to bring him

some of my homemade
chicken noodle soup.

He hates that canned stuff.

- Don't we all.

- Faster, Barry!

There you go.

Push yourself!

- [groaning]


- Are you okay?
- [groans]

Oh, yeah, you know,
I'm not great right now.

- What happened?

- It's nothing.
I'm good, all right?

Just forget it.
- Barry.

Talk to us.
We can help you.

- No, you can't help me.

Not this time.
I'm sorry.

You just--
you wouldn't understand.

[exhales sharply]

- What up, Barry?
- [sighs]

Zoom destroyed me.

He showed everyone in
Central City what he could do,

and that I'm powerless
to stop him.

They gave me a key
to this city, Joe.

I'm supposed to be their hero.

I'm supposed to be the guy
that can protect them

from something as evil as that,
and I failed

in front of all of them.


When they think of the Flash,
all they see now

is someone not strong enough
to protect them.

- Hey.
- I'm good.

- Oh, hey, I know I keep asking,

but have you read any reports
or anything recently

about a Birdman attacking

- There's no such thing as
a Birdman, Cisco.

- Okay, like that's a stretch.
In this city?

Look, I know what I vibed.

It was a man with
these big, wide wings.

It was crazy.

What if it was an angel?


It was an angel.


Okay, come on,
like that's a crazy idea.


What is wrong with you?

- Just don't know what to do
about Barry.

I mean, all the test results
say he's fine,

but it's like there's
something holding him back.

I keep trying to talk to him,
but I can't get through.

- Then maybe we should get
the person who can.

[phone vibrates]

- We can talk about that
when I see you at home.

I gotta take this, okay?
- Okay.

- Bye, baby.
- Bye.

- Patty, what's up?

- Turns out our dead scientist
cases are linked.

- Okay, hit me.

- Well, the other scientist
stole a large quantity

of a racetam drug,

typically used to treat patients
with vertigo.

- Okay, so we got
two stolen drugs,

one for blood disorders
of the brain,

and the other one for vertigo.
What's the connection?

- Well, they are both
nootropic drugs,

used to enhance intelligence.

- Hey, did you get results
from the hairs you found?

- Yes, I did.

Uh, apparently they were all
over the other crime scene too.

The weird thing is,
they're not human hairs.

Uh, they're hairs from a--
- From a gorilla.

- did you know?
- Patty, I gotta go.

- But...uh...

- Did Caitlin come through here?

- No.

- She just hit me in the face
and ran away.

- Yo!

both: What?

- Grodd's back.
- Caitlin.

That must be why she was
acting like that.

She was being mind-controlled.

[dramatic music]

♪ ♪

- I'm continually amazed
by the similarity

between our two worlds.

- You got talking gorillas
on your Earth, too?

- Oh, yeah.
- Remind me never to go there.

- Ramon, why would this Grodd
abduct Dr. Snow?

- I don't know.
It doesn't make any sense.

She was always so nice to him.

- He mind-controlled
two lab technicians

to steal chemicals
that enhance intelligence.

He wants her for something.

- Well, looks like he left
his bachelor pad in the sewers.

- Grodd's a big-ass gorilla.

He can't just waltz
through downtown

in the middle of the day
without anybody noticing.

- Right, and if
there's been sightings,

then we might be able to
approximate his location.

- I can call CCPD.

They can access the tip hotline,

send over files of
Grodd's recent attacks.

- Good.

- We gotta get her back.

- We will.

- Barry.

- Yeah?

- You can't blame yourself
for this.

There's nothing
you could've done.

- I still don't have my speed.

How are we supposed to
save her from Grodd?

- You may not have your legs
just yet,

but you still got that brain.

Use it.
Help us figure that out.

- [sighs]

Where are you?

[eerie music]

♪ ♪

- Caitlin.

- Grodd?

You...remember me?

[loud footsteps]

- [snarling]


- Why did you bring me here?

- Need help.

- I...I don't understand.

- How did I become Grodd?

- Oh.

That's a long story, Grodd.


The dark matter

from the particle accelerator

That's how this happened.

- Repeat.

- Repeat?

- [snarls]

Need to repeat Grodd.

- You want me to make
more like you?

I don't know how to do that.

- Learn.

- [heavy breathing]

- Keep that chin down, slugger.

- Dad.

- Yeah.

- That was a hell of an idea
you had, bringing Henry here.

- Well, he may not
have his mother,

but he's got two
amazing fathers.

Seemed like he needed both.

- Hmm.

Good girl.
- Mm.

- So how did Grodd
become sentient?

- A few years ago, S.T.A.R. Labs
had this contract

with the military
to research and awaken

latent mind-reading capabilities
for interrogation purposes.

- And I'm guessing Grodd is
one of the test subjects?

- Right, but then Dr. Wells
shut down the program,

and we all thought
it was to save Grodd

from all the crazy
mind-control experiments,

but it was really so that
Dr. Wells could use

the accelerator explosion
to create

a 1,500-pound
mind-controlling gorilla

that he could manipulate.

What kind of
algorithm is that?

- It's an algorithm meant to
extrapolate Grodd's location

from places we know
he's already been.


There we have it.

- No spinal cord edema.

I don't see any
subacute hemorrhaging.

Bone fused beautifully.
You're all good, Barry.

I'd give you
some physical therapy,

but you don't need it.

- I'm really glad
you're here, Dad.

- Me too.

You know, I tried to call,
but you can't a cell

in Granite Peak National Park,

- Granite Peak--
what are you--

You went camping by yourself?

- Yeah, yeah, I got a tent.
I went fishing every day.

I have had my fill of
largemouth bass for a while.

[both chuckle]

Sometimes you just have
to slow down

to get back to where
you want to be.

- Yeah. Look, Dad--
- Hey, guys.

I think we've found them.

- Yeah?

- Grodd has to be in one of
these three bell towers.

The only reason
we couldn't find him

on any cameras underneath
the city before is

'cause he upgraded from
a bachelor pad

to a penthouse,
like a baller.

- Okay, so we know where he is.

We still don't know
how to get her.

- We got a plan for you.
- What's the plan?

- We use me.

- [grunts]

- That's Harry!
That's the other Wells!

- Barry.
- Let him go.

Let him go.

- I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.

- We found another suit
in the Time Vault.

- I thought he was dead.
- He's dead.

This is--this is Harrison Wells
from Earth-2.

- Earth-2?
- I'll explain later.

- If we can get Harry
to convince Grodd

that he's Wells,
that he's his father,

maybe we can convince him
to let Caitlin go.

- I'm not gonna be able to help
if anything goes wrong.

- That's a chance
I'm willing to take.

- Looks like we're 0-for-2 on
the bell towers, huh?

- I like to think of it more as,

now we know exactly
where they are.

- Okay, let's do this again.
Gimme your best Wells.

- I'm not doing the Wells
again, Ramon.

I told you--
- Look.

I just made these
anti-mind-control ear buds.

They could fail,
and if they do, you're toast,

so you're gonna need to nail it
if you want to live.

- [sighs]

- Cisco.
- Cisco.

In many ways, you've shown me
what it's like to have a son.


- Okay, let's--let's just
try it again.

This time, up the creep factor,
like, a lot more,

and make it
a little more sincere.

Like you really love me,

but you're gonna have to
kill me anyway.

- Cisco.

In many ways,

you've shown me what it's like
to have a son.

- Yup, that's the one.
Here you go.

[phone rings]


Yeah, we're moving on
to the third location.

- Copy that.

Now we wait.

- So this is what it's like

every time you go after
one of those meta-humans?

- Uh, pretty much.

Only, Cisco and Caitlin are
normally the ones in here

and I'm the one out there.

- Well, there's no reason
you shouldn't be.

Iris showed me what happened.

With Zoom?

That was hard to watch.

I can only imagine what that
must have been like for you.

- He showed everyone
in Central City

that their hero wasn't
good enough to stop him.

- Well, that's certainly
what it looked like.

Was he right?

- [scoffs]

- Your body's healed, Barry,

and yet here you are,

feeling the shame of losing.

- I can't stop him.

I know it.
He knows it.

And now everyone in this city
knows it too.

They don't believe in me
anymore, Dad.

- At my trial for
your mother's death,

a lot of our family and friends
were in the courtroom.

They heard awful things about
what I had done to your mother.

It didn't matter that
it wasn't true.

Every day, I could see it
on their faces,

the moment when I lost them,

until everybody had stopped
believing in me.

Well, that was my reality.

You know, I was gonna serve
a life sentence

for a crime I didn't commit,
but worse than that,

every time I looked at someone
in the eye

from that moment forward,
they were gonna believe

that I had killed
the woman I loved

in front of our son.

So yeah, I do know
what it's like

being destroyed.

- How did you get past that?

- I embraced it.

Accepting it was the only way
that I could move forward,

but I know that if
I could survive that,

and learn to believe
in myself again,

then I could survive anything.

You know what lit that belief
in me, Barry?


11-year-old you, running around,
believing in me,

gave me that hope.

And now I'm giving it
back to you, son.

No more monsters can
take that from us.

- So, one of the main

between ape and human brains

is the white matter and
connectivity in the brain cells.

- [grunts]

- The chemicals that you
were treated with

as an infant were meant
to overcome those differences

and cause
an explosive growth of both,

similar to what
humans experience

in their first few years
of life.

Maybe these chemicals
can be used

to duplicate that growth,
and then we won't need

a particle accelerator

- [growls]

- Hey, buddy.
- [growls]

- Easy, buddy.
It's me.

I'm back.

- Father, you died.

- No.

No, buddy, I didn't die.

I just went away for a while.

- All right, that's great,
Wells, keep talking.

- But now that I'm back,

we don't need Caitlin anymore,
do we, buddy?

So you can let her go.

- [growls]

- Come on, buddy.

Let me get her out of here.


- Father never ask.
Father take.

- Run.

- [roars]

Who are you?

- Cisco, you gotta get
in there, man.

- [roars]

- Oh, Cisco, thank God.

- Okay, you guys gotta
get out of there.

- Harry's trapped.
We can't leave him here.

What do we do?

- The drugs.
The drugs that Grodd stole.

Wells--an overdose of those
drugs will shock his brain.

Okay, just hit him with
as much as you can.

- You are not him!
You are not Father!

- I am father.
- [growls]

- And you hit father.


Look at me.

Look at me!
- [roars]

- I would never
leave you here alone.

Grodd, I made you a promise.

I have bigger plans for you.

One day, this city
will be yours.

I promised you.

I intend to honor that promise.

- [growls]


- Go!

- [growls]

- Come on.

- Thank you.
- Thank you for rescuing me.

- Well, we're a team, right?

- I'm impressed.
I think we all are.

- Yeah, well, we need to do
something about Grodd.

- Like what?
- Like get rid of him for good.

- You want to kill him?

- Considering how many people
he's killed, yeah.

- This isn't Grodd's fault.

He's only like this
because Wells made him this way.

- Yes, but, Catie, he kidnapped
you and you could have died.

- You didn't see what I saw.

Grodd's getting smarter.

He's lonely and sad.

He wants more apes like him.

- What are you saying?
He wants kids?

'Cause I'm pretty sure
one telepathic Grape Ape

is more than enough
for this city.

- I know somewhere
we could send him.

- What are you talking about?

- When the singularity exploded
and I discovered the breach

in S.T.A.R. Labs,
I ran similar tests

and discovered the same thing,
51 additional breaches.

The difference being
the breaches in Central City

are scattered
all throughout the city

whereas counterparts in my world
most definitely are not.

- And you know where they lead?

- Well, I was in the process
of figuring all that out

when Dr. Snow so gallantly
convinced me to stay,

but if I am correct,
this breach is gonna get Grodd

as close to home as he's ever
likely to get.

- Okay, even if you're right,

how do we bait Grodd
to go through it?

- My son'll do it.

Won't you, Flash?

- Grodd?

- Caitlin.


- You want Caitlin, Grodd,

you're gonna have to
catch me first.

- [growls]

- So Barry's gonna lure Grodd
in front of the breach?

- Yep, and once he gets him
to the right spot,

Cisco's gonna blast him into
Earth-2 with his thingamajig.

- [laughs] Speed cannon.
- Exactly.

- Well, things have gotten
a lot more complicated

since I got out of prison.

- Mm-hmm.
- Man, you have no idea.

- Cisco, almost there.
Are you ready?

- I'm in position.

- Now, once you turn on
the speed cannon,

the quark matter will stabilize,

stretching the breach
about so big,

so anywhere within this circle
will suffice.

Right on time.

- Okay, come on.

I don't have eyes on Grodd.
Does anyone see him?

- [roars]

- That is a big gorilla.

- Where is Caitlin?

- [chokes]

- [roars]

- Oh, my God.
- Get up, Barry.

- Ah!
- [growls]

Where is Caitlin, Flash?

- [grunts]

- Right here.

- No.
No, no, no.

- You need to let him go, Grodd.

- Flash is my enemy.

Now you, too.
- No.

He was trying to save me
from you.

We didn't understand
what you wanted,

but now we do.

I can give you what you want.
I can give you a home.

You just have to trust me.

- [gasping and coughing]

- All right, here he comes.

- [grunts]

- Ready to flip the switch.

Now, Barry.

- [roars]

- Full power.
- It is.

- [roars]

- Barry, you can't let Grodd
get free.

Conquer your fears, son.
Believe in yourself.

- Come on, come on, come on.

- [exhales]

- [heavy breathing]


- [grunts]

- Welcome back, Flash.

- Thanks, bro.

- I can't believe something good
finally came from that suit.

- First and the last time.

- That thing still
gives me the creeps.

We should destroy it.

- Let's do that, but
see if you can figure out

how to get it back
in this ring first.

Might be nice to have
something like that

instead of carrying around
a bag all the time.

- I can help you with that.


I know a thing or two
about micro-technology.

- Yeah, you know a thing or two
about a lot of things.

- Well, as long as what he knows
keeps my son

and these good people safe,
the more you know, the better.

Pleasure to meet you, Harrison.

- Dr. Allen.

- Good to see you.

- Let's go.
- Take care.

- So, Dr. Wells,
this place on your Earth

that we've sent Grodd,
what is it exactly?

- It's a refuge where gorillas
subjected to lab experiments,

like Grodd,

can roam freely.

- I know it's for the best,

but I still feel
like I betrayed him.

- No, don't say that.
You didn't betray him.

You gave him a better life.

I still don't understand,
though, I...

Why do the breaches
on our Earth

lead to different places
on yours?

- I don't know yet,

but I do know
we have to close them all,

and I don't know
how to do that.

- You don't have to do it
alone anymore.

Any of it.

Together, we defeated Grodd,
and if we stay that way,

we will figure out
how to close the breaches,

get Zoom,
and get you your daughter back.

- Thank you.

- Oh, this one is
definitely a keeper.

- [laughs]
Oh, yeah.

He could've done your standard
vinegar and baking soda volcano,

but no, Barry wanted to do
a molecular structure

of chocolate and nougat.

- Mm-hmm.
- That's my favorite candy bar.

- Who does that
in the sixth grade?

- Why, a true science nerd.

Like father, like son,
I suppose.

- All right, Dad,
we should get going.

- Yeah.
Uh, Joe, can I have...

- Yeah.
- Thanks.

Iris, thank you so much
for reaching out to me.

I am so glad you did.
- Me, too.

- Joe, there are no words, man.


- All right, I'm gonna swing by
my lab before I come home.

- Which reminds me--Patty?
She's a smart girl.

She's not buying
your whole sick story, FYI.

- All right.
- Patty?

Would this be a new girlfriend?

- Uh, yeah,
something like that, yeah.

We'll talk about it on the way
to the bus station.

Come on.

- Bye.
- See ya.

- You okay?

- [sighs] It's embarrassing.
I--you know, I love Barry

like he's my own son, but
when I'm reminded that he isn't,

I start to wonder
what it would've been like

if, you know...

- Dad, you would've been
just as amazing

with your own son, just like
you were with me and Barry.

- I hear you've been spending
a lot of time up here.

- [chuckles]
Well, you know what they say.

When the CSI's away...

It's good to see you
on your feet again.

Must've been all that
canned soup you had.

Or maybe the homemade stuff
Joe brought you?

- It--yeah, I wasn't
actually sick, Patty.

- Yeah, I figured that out.

Why did you lie to me?

- My dad was in town.

I needed to spend
some time with him.

- And you couldn't
just tell me that?

- You gotta understand, Patty,
my dad was convicted of murder.

When someone's image has been
tarnished like that,

it's hard for some people
to see past it.

- And you seriously think
I'm one of those people?

- No, I know, I should've
given you more credit.

- No, you should've given
yourself more credit.

This isn't about
your father, Barry.

This is about you.

I need to know that I can trust
you if we're gonna do this.

- Okay.
- I'm serious.

- I can tell.

- You cannot always
be a smart ass.

["In Your Eyes"
by Peter Gabriel]

♪ ♪

- ♪ Love
I get so lost ♪

- Hi.
- Hi.

- I didn't know if you liked
flowers or chocolate,

so...I got you both.

- Well, I'm allergic
to chocolate,

and I think that flowers
are a waste of money.

- Um...I have lollipops
in my car?

- Cisco, I'm joking.
- Oh, God.

- [laughs] This is great.
Thank you.

- Listen, I wanted
to come over here

and say I'm sorry for
bailing the other night.

I--I'm a liaison with the CCPD
and there was an emergency,

and I had to be there.

- The CCPD?
- Yeah.

- Wow, that's really cool.
And very brave.

- Thank you.

- And this is very,
very sweet, Cisco.

Um, what is this?

- Well, see, that right there.
- Mm-hmm?

- That's a digital
movie projector.

I loaded all of "Princess Bride"
on there.

- [laughs]
- Mm-hmm, that's right.

So, all we need is a wall,
or, you know,

some place where we can pick up
our date where we left off.

- Well, if we're gonna pick up
right where we left it...

- Whoa.

- Whoa what?
What's wrong?

- Nothing.

You're just
a really amazing kisser.

- [laughs]

Let's go watch "Princess Bride."
- Let's.

- There's a great wall
up on the roof.

- ♪ Oh, I see the light
and the heat ♪

- [growls]

[grandiose music]

♪ ♪


- Greg, move your head.

[lightning strike]