1 00:00:33,916 --> 00:00:35,916 [music] 2 00:01:39,916 --> 00:01:41,291 [man] There's obviously a mistake. 3 00:01:41,375 --> 00:01:43,791 We were notified the passes would be waiting in our names. 4 00:01:43,875 --> 00:01:45,625 [attendant] I'm sorry, but that's incorrect. 5 00:01:45,708 --> 00:01:47,833 -Morf Vandewalt, Artweb. -[lady] No. It's today... 6 00:01:48,250 --> 00:01:49,333 [man 2] Hey, Morf. 7 00:01:50,041 --> 00:01:52,125 [man] Okay, I wanna speak to someone in charge, please. 8 00:01:52,250 --> 00:01:54,500 -Lovely to see you again. -[lady] This is ridiculous. 9 00:01:54,583 --> 00:01:57,208 We bought Shogrun's Ultraworld last month in New York. 10 00:02:15,833 --> 00:02:19,125 [speaking Chinese] 11 00:02:20,166 --> 00:02:23,125 [gear grinding] 12 00:02:33,250 --> 00:02:35,750 [robotic voice] Have you ever felt invisible? 13 00:02:36,666 --> 00:02:37,791 [gear grinding] 14 00:02:44,083 --> 00:02:46,666 Once, I built a railroad. 15 00:02:52,083 --> 00:02:55,833 -[man] There he is. Morf. -Cloudio. 16 00:02:56,791 --> 00:02:59,375 It's Kenji, you probably know. It's titled Hoboman. 17 00:02:59,458 --> 00:03:00,833 The response is amazing. 18 00:03:00,916 --> 00:03:02,625 -Arguably, the hit of the show. -Hmm. 19 00:03:03,583 --> 00:03:05,333 Wolfson, Female Figure, four years ago. 20 00:03:05,791 --> 00:03:07,750 [Cloudio] No, it's new. Vastly different themes. 21 00:03:07,833 --> 00:03:09,166 It's an iteration. 22 00:03:09,250 --> 00:03:12,000 No originality. No courage. My opinion. 23 00:03:12,083 --> 00:03:14,750 [scoffs] Well, I absolutely respect the power of your point of view, 24 00:03:14,833 --> 00:03:16,500 but this encompasses on a global scale. 25 00:03:16,583 --> 00:03:18,500 There's just such a sense of now and in your face, 26 00:03:18,583 --> 00:03:20,666 which speaks to pop and cinema and economics. 27 00:03:20,750 --> 00:03:22,916 I mean, you can feel the winds of the apocalypse. 28 00:03:23,541 --> 00:03:25,208 I can't save you. 29 00:03:25,291 --> 00:03:28,541 We have a four-million-dollar hold, a major buyer in Shanghai. 30 00:03:28,625 --> 00:03:30,208 Will you be running your review today? 31 00:03:40,583 --> 00:03:41,791 [phone camera clicks] 32 00:03:42,500 --> 00:03:44,250 [phone rings] 33 00:03:46,083 --> 00:03:47,416 -Hey. -[Coco] Do you have a minute? 34 00:03:47,500 --> 00:03:49,166 No, I'm just heading inside now. 35 00:03:49,250 --> 00:03:51,625 -I have to tell you something about Ricky. -What? 36 00:03:51,708 --> 00:03:54,375 -Josephina, he's cheating on you. -Are you serious? 37 00:03:54,458 --> 00:03:56,916 -I saw him with this girl. -When? 38 00:03:57,000 --> 00:03:58,375 Last night at a bar. 39 00:03:58,875 --> 00:04:00,875 -What? -They were both pretty drunk. 40 00:04:01,041 --> 00:04:03,458 -Wha... What time? -I don't know. Ten? 41 00:04:03,541 --> 00:04:06,083 -They were all over each other. -Right at the fucking bar. 42 00:04:06,250 --> 00:04:08,833 -I'm so sorry, Josephina. -Are you sure it was him? 43 00:04:08,916 --> 00:04:10,416 They were standing right next to me. 44 00:04:10,500 --> 00:04:11,541 I gotta go. 45 00:04:11,625 --> 00:04:12,916 -Anything I can do? -No. 46 00:04:13,125 --> 00:04:15,250 Uh, thank you, seriously. Bye. 47 00:04:16,041 --> 00:04:18,916 -[man] Howzit, Morf? -Hello, Jon. 48 00:04:19,916 --> 00:04:21,458 [Jon] Really something, eh? 49 00:04:22,125 --> 00:04:23,750 Is Piers sleeping with Dorothy? 50 00:04:23,833 --> 00:04:26,166 Oh, I'm certain you'd have to ask him that. 51 00:04:27,208 --> 00:04:28,875 -[cell phone ringing] -Excuse me. 52 00:04:32,250 --> 00:04:34,250 -Morf, love. -Oh, Gretchen. 53 00:04:34,666 --> 00:04:37,125 We bid on it for the museum. Jon wants three point seven. 54 00:04:37,208 --> 00:04:39,041 Rhodora would never sell a Piers for under five, 55 00:04:39,125 --> 00:04:40,541 so it's a nice opportunity for us. 56 00:04:41,041 --> 00:04:42,916 I'm quite curious to know what you think. I think sober hasn't been good for him. 57 00:04:45,541 --> 00:04:47,250 Well, this was done fifteen years ago. 58 00:04:47,333 --> 00:04:49,958 Piers was in the full bloom of alcoholism here. 59 00:04:50,041 --> 00:04:50,958 Exactly. 60 00:04:51,041 --> 00:04:53,791 So, you're saying it is a good buy for the museum, then? 61 00:04:54,166 --> 00:04:55,208 Excuse me. 62 00:04:57,250 --> 00:04:58,458 Josephina. 63 00:04:59,333 --> 00:05:00,250 Are you okay? 64 00:05:00,333 --> 00:05:02,208 [tearful] Literally, the worst fucking day. 65 00:05:03,291 --> 00:05:05,125 Ugh, your makeup. 66 00:05:05,208 --> 00:05:07,916 God, I'm late. They texted, like, twenty times. 67 00:05:08,000 --> 00:05:09,250 I'm headed there, too. 68 00:05:10,041 --> 00:05:11,458 God, fucking people. 69 00:05:11,583 --> 00:05:13,333 -Who? -Everyone. 70 00:05:14,875 --> 00:05:16,750 Is Piers switching galleries? 71 00:05:17,250 --> 00:05:20,750 I answer phones and get coffee. I'd literally be, like, the last to know. 72 00:05:20,833 --> 00:05:22,083 [clapping] 73 00:05:22,708 --> 00:05:25,250 You're too late. Rhodora already got her coffee. 74 00:05:27,833 --> 00:05:29,500 Are you where you wanna be? 75 00:05:30,000 --> 00:05:32,333 I'm not taking shit from the installer. 76 00:05:35,750 --> 00:05:37,083 [woman] What did you think? 77 00:05:37,250 --> 00:05:39,458 I haven't felt that in years. [chuckles] 78 00:05:39,833 --> 00:05:42,250 -Morf is here. -[woman] Oh, thank you. Excuse me. 79 00:05:48,166 --> 00:05:49,333 [woman] Well? 80 00:05:49,833 --> 00:05:51,500 Color. Life. 81 00:05:52,458 --> 00:05:53,833 -I love it. -[chuckles] 82 00:05:54,000 --> 00:05:55,833 I'm sick of white spaces. 83 00:05:55,916 --> 00:05:57,375 That is so strange. 84 00:05:57,541 --> 00:06:00,916 I've been drawn to a bolder booth presence in terms of work and palette lately. 85 00:06:01,083 --> 00:06:04,541 Mm-hmm. This adherence to showing in sterile, monochrome cubes. 86 00:06:04,625 --> 00:06:08,250 It's just laziness. I wanted to get some juxtaposition going. 87 00:06:08,333 --> 00:06:11,833 I'm actually, I mean right now, writing something exactly about this. 88 00:06:14,458 --> 00:06:16,625 -This wasn't in the catalog. -Mm-mm. 89 00:06:17,541 --> 00:06:18,916 It's Minkins. 90 00:06:20,791 --> 00:06:22,333 It's called Sphere. 91 00:06:22,833 --> 00:06:26,250 It creates this unique sensation, 92 00:06:26,666 --> 00:06:30,416 depending on each person and whatever hole they decide to explore. 93 00:06:30,916 --> 00:06:32,375 Just like life. 94 00:06:32,833 --> 00:06:35,166 It uses all sorts of sensors and gizmos. 95 00:06:35,250 --> 00:06:36,291 Ooh! 96 00:06:36,416 --> 00:06:39,791 It's about choice, desire, sex. [chuckles] 97 00:06:40,041 --> 00:06:41,541 The whole enchilada. 98 00:06:42,083 --> 00:06:44,458 -[Morf] It's groundbreaking. -Hmm, it's yours to break. 99 00:06:44,541 --> 00:06:46,250 Debuted ten minutes ago. 100 00:06:46,958 --> 00:06:48,958 I'm posting a review. How much is it? 101 00:06:49,541 --> 00:06:52,083 So much easier to talk about money than art. 102 00:06:52,166 --> 00:06:53,000 [Morf] Funny. 103 00:06:53,583 --> 00:06:57,208 Speaking of, is Piers leaving you for Jon Dondon? 104 00:06:57,666 --> 00:07:00,166 I've represented Piers for seventeen years. 105 00:07:00,708 --> 00:07:01,833 That's not an answer. 106 00:07:02,375 --> 00:07:05,208 Well, why don't you put your hand in? 107 00:07:05,291 --> 00:07:06,583 See what you feel. 108 00:07:17,500 --> 00:07:20,208 -[lady] It's just not worth my investment. -[man] You're mistaken. 109 00:07:20,291 --> 00:07:22,750 This is gonna be an uncommon event experience, 110 00:07:22,833 --> 00:07:24,458 not to mention the tax incentive. 111 00:07:24,541 --> 00:07:26,791 -Is there water in Miami? -At the bar, sir. 112 00:07:26,875 --> 00:07:28,500 -[man 2] I don't know. -Fuck. 113 00:07:28,583 --> 00:07:31,458 [Jon] I can guarantee your position as co-chair-- Oh, excuse me. 114 00:07:31,666 --> 00:07:32,500 Piers. 115 00:07:32,583 --> 00:07:36,541 [Morf] I was floating in the ocean, and, for this incredible moment, it felt like I had tapped into a primal consciousness. 116 00:07:41,875 --> 00:07:45,291 A connection to the world in its purest form. 117 00:07:45,375 --> 00:07:46,583 [phone beeps] 118 00:07:48,041 --> 00:07:49,583 Ricky's still denying it. 119 00:07:50,041 --> 00:07:53,250 "Please, baby, let me explain." I swear to God, I want to hurt him. 120 00:07:53,333 --> 00:07:55,583 Maybe it will free you up for new things. 121 00:07:56,125 --> 00:07:58,125 This was a new thing. He'd just moved in. 122 00:07:59,041 --> 00:08:04,000 I have to say, I'm having my own major second thoughts about Ed. 123 00:08:04,791 --> 00:08:07,541 He actually has some fantasy about us getting married. 124 00:08:08,833 --> 00:08:10,333 I'm through dating artists. 125 00:08:10,625 --> 00:08:12,333 They're already in a relationship. 126 00:08:12,625 --> 00:08:13,750 [woman] Look, Damrish, 127 00:08:13,833 --> 00:08:17,458 your website doesn't give a sense of scale or texture. 128 00:08:17,541 --> 00:08:20,625 But seeing your work in person at the new-artists fair, 129 00:08:20,708 --> 00:08:23,916 I had that "Oh, my God" moment. 130 00:08:24,416 --> 00:08:28,458 It charges and mauls and devours. 131 00:08:28,541 --> 00:08:30,958 Six months ago, I was living on the street, 132 00:08:31,041 --> 00:08:34,791 showing on the sidewalk. So, that's where I'm coming from, right? 133 00:08:35,333 --> 00:08:36,291 Let me fill you in. 134 00:08:36,875 --> 00:08:41,000 All this... it's just a safari to hunt the next new thing and eat it. 135 00:08:41,125 --> 00:08:43,000 I heard you were the one to watch out for. 136 00:08:43,291 --> 00:08:45,208 Oh, I'm easy-peasy. 137 00:08:45,333 --> 00:08:46,666 Pussycat, really. 138 00:08:47,083 --> 00:08:50,250 I know all about you, going back to your punk days. 139 00:08:50,333 --> 00:08:52,083 Oof, that was many moons ago. 140 00:08:52,166 --> 00:08:55,208 -Velvet Buzzsaw. -Yeah, well, the name was catchy. 141 00:08:55,291 --> 00:08:56,916 Yeah, the early stuff was great. 142 00:08:57,208 --> 00:08:59,208 Then it became, what? Like, self-parody? 143 00:08:59,416 --> 00:09:00,916 I mean, after Polly left, 144 00:09:01,750 --> 00:09:02,833 why'd you split up? 145 00:09:03,125 --> 00:09:05,708 Who remembers through all the booze and pills. 146 00:09:05,791 --> 00:09:06,791 But the point is, 147 00:09:07,458 --> 00:09:11,541 I've gone from anarchist to purveyor of good taste. 148 00:09:11,625 --> 00:09:13,750 -[scoffs] -So, I get the joke. 149 00:09:14,166 --> 00:09:16,708 None of this is new. It's all been done since 150 00:09:16,916 --> 00:09:19,583 someone charged a bone to see the first cave painting. 151 00:09:20,416 --> 00:09:21,416 Here you are. 152 00:09:22,291 --> 00:09:23,791 So... Thank you. 153 00:09:24,125 --> 00:09:25,541 What cave are you showing in? 154 00:09:26,000 --> 00:09:27,583 Me and my dudes started a collective. 155 00:09:28,333 --> 00:09:29,791 -Mmm. Well, cheers to that. -[clinks] 156 00:09:34,291 --> 00:09:37,916 Well, hell knows, I love loyalty, 157 00:09:39,291 --> 00:09:41,500 but I would kill to exhibit you. 158 00:09:42,041 --> 00:09:45,000 I just turned down an offer for a full show from Jon Dondon. 159 00:09:45,083 --> 00:09:46,541 Ugh. And on and on. 160 00:09:46,625 --> 00:09:48,958 He's inside right now trying to poach Piers. 161 00:09:49,875 --> 00:09:51,250 You know where I am, Damrish? 162 00:09:51,791 --> 00:09:54,125 I'm here doing shots with you. 163 00:09:56,250 --> 00:09:58,250 Club soda. Lime. 164 00:09:58,375 --> 00:10:00,500 The market always tiers up for you, Piers. 165 00:10:01,291 --> 00:10:04,416 Listen, my intolerance for your bullshit is zero. 166 00:10:04,500 --> 00:10:05,875 Lekker, no bullshit. 167 00:10:06,208 --> 00:10:08,708 Look, Rhodora overpriced you. 168 00:10:08,791 --> 00:10:10,791 She's lost it. She's completely out of touch. 169 00:10:10,875 --> 00:10:13,166 I sold Cranial today for three point seven, 170 00:10:13,250 --> 00:10:14,458 exactly what I said I'd get. 171 00:10:14,541 --> 00:10:17,583 If you come with me, our gallery has cutting-edge analytics 172 00:10:17,833 --> 00:10:20,541 to maximize deal flow and global demand. I am fighting to get back to creation, 173 00:10:23,416 --> 00:10:27,708 to revelation, the billion years of energy sparking through our brain. 174 00:10:27,791 --> 00:10:30,958 I'm not jetting around, hawking fucking tickets. 175 00:10:31,041 --> 00:10:33,458 In an attention economy, celebrity is art form. 176 00:10:33,541 --> 00:10:35,916 Do you understand that I only commission new work? 177 00:10:36,000 --> 00:10:39,916 Repros, prints, replicas are all marketed under my own brand. 178 00:10:40,000 --> 00:10:43,583 My boet, I'm more than ecstatic to partner you exclusively on your future work. 179 00:10:44,875 --> 00:10:48,750 I hear Rhodora sold Sphere for seven million. 180 00:10:48,833 --> 00:10:50,833 Ugh. Man, it's a carnival attraction. 181 00:10:51,166 --> 00:10:52,458 It's brilliant. 182 00:10:53,291 --> 00:10:55,375 I never should've quit drinking. 183 00:11:04,291 --> 00:11:05,333 Josephina. 184 00:11:06,291 --> 00:11:07,750 Are you going to SLS? 185 00:11:08,750 --> 00:11:10,708 I'm going to a satellite show outside of town. 186 00:11:12,000 --> 00:11:12,875 Well, I'll come. 187 00:11:16,750 --> 00:11:18,333 [Josephina] What's going on with you? 188 00:11:18,416 --> 00:11:19,375 What do you mean? 189 00:11:20,541 --> 00:11:22,250 You're Morf fucking Vandewalt. 190 00:11:22,333 --> 00:11:24,333 What are you doing coming to a grant show with me? 191 00:11:25,250 --> 00:11:26,416 I like being with you. 192 00:11:27,125 --> 00:11:28,666 We have a taste relationship. 193 00:11:30,750 --> 00:11:31,958 Is that tobacco? 194 00:11:33,416 --> 00:11:34,375 Hash oil. 195 00:11:35,500 --> 00:11:37,375 Maybe I'll have one little puff. 196 00:11:47,916 --> 00:11:48,875 [coughs] 197 00:11:50,291 --> 00:11:53,500 [Morf] Okay, that was the worst show I've seen in years. 198 00:11:54,041 --> 00:11:57,333 -And who was that angry guy when we left? -You don't know? 199 00:11:58,000 --> 00:12:01,000 That was Imeldus Vanderhorst. You panned him last year. 200 00:12:02,708 --> 00:12:04,583 Grab two Tito's from the fridge. 201 00:12:06,958 --> 00:12:09,458 You know, you're in much better shape than Ricky. 202 00:12:10,125 --> 00:12:14,583 I... do a lot of Pilates and Peloton. 203 00:12:16,333 --> 00:12:17,708 I remember your body. 204 00:12:19,750 --> 00:12:21,000 I remember yours. 205 00:12:22,291 --> 00:12:25,625 Ever since Berlin, I find myself thinking all the time about you. 206 00:12:26,458 --> 00:12:27,708 We were wasted. 207 00:12:27,791 --> 00:12:29,666 I keep telling myself that. 208 00:12:30,541 --> 00:12:31,375 Your skin. 209 00:12:32,750 --> 00:12:36,750 It's the most beautiful cross between almond and saddle brown. 210 00:12:40,500 --> 00:12:41,875 I make you hard, huh? 211 00:12:42,708 --> 00:12:44,166 You make me confused. 212 00:12:45,375 --> 00:12:47,208 Tough headspace for a critic. 213 00:12:56,208 --> 00:12:59,583 [airplane flying] 214 00:13:09,041 --> 00:13:12,041 [Rhodora] Got back to LA late last night and looked at the numbers. 215 00:13:12,750 --> 00:13:13,750 My God. 216 00:13:14,041 --> 00:13:16,083 Aside from the peachy Minkins sale, 217 00:13:16,208 --> 00:13:19,250 Miami was really not a very great thriving market. 218 00:13:19,333 --> 00:13:21,750 Brass tacks, we didn't move one Rubek. 219 00:13:22,458 --> 00:13:26,541 I know the London office has a hard-on for him, but to my mind, 220 00:13:26,625 --> 00:13:31,458 the last thing we need to waste time on is trying to flog some pop-art revival. 221 00:13:31,541 --> 00:13:32,625 [phone beeps] 222 00:13:34,250 --> 00:13:35,791 -Pop-art. -[beeps] 223 00:13:37,041 --> 00:13:38,875 -[louder] Pop-art. -[beeps] 224 00:13:38,958 --> 00:13:40,208 Fuck me. 225 00:13:41,500 --> 00:13:42,583 [sighs] 226 00:13:46,791 --> 00:13:48,791 [mysterious music] 227 00:14:02,958 --> 00:14:04,625 Hey. [inhales deeply] 228 00:14:05,041 --> 00:14:08,458 "Star of the Nova section was Mertilla Splude's Go-Pro Kindergarten, 229 00:14:09,166 --> 00:14:12,500 an inspired disquisition of early-age experience." 230 00:14:13,916 --> 00:14:15,708 Hmm. [inhales deeply] 231 00:14:16,625 --> 00:14:19,125 Well, get inspired and come join me in the pool. 232 00:14:53,708 --> 00:14:55,708 [suspenseful music] 233 00:15:23,291 --> 00:15:24,708 [man] Is he all right? 234 00:15:25,583 --> 00:15:26,625 Call 911. 235 00:15:26,708 --> 00:15:28,708 [man breathes heavily] 236 00:15:29,541 --> 00:15:30,833 [cat meows] 237 00:15:38,625 --> 00:15:40,708 [phone ringing] 238 00:15:41,375 --> 00:15:42,708 Who's supposed to be here? 239 00:15:42,791 --> 00:15:45,833 Josephina. She's late... again. 240 00:15:47,291 --> 00:15:50,166 You, Rococo. Take the reception desk. 241 00:15:50,250 --> 00:15:54,041 It's... It's Coco, actually. Um... 242 00:15:55,166 --> 00:15:57,166 Haze Gallery. Can I help you? 243 00:15:58,625 --> 00:15:59,500 Hello? 244 00:16:01,375 --> 00:16:02,916 [man laughs] 245 00:16:03,416 --> 00:16:06,833 Hang up, right? Yeah, rich people are impatient. 246 00:16:09,083 --> 00:16:10,791 I'm really an artist, you know? 247 00:16:11,791 --> 00:16:16,291 I did, um, Bandini's Froot Loop Hippo, you know that? 248 00:16:16,958 --> 00:16:19,125 And I glued on all the Froot Loops. 249 00:16:19,791 --> 00:16:20,875 Yeah. 250 00:16:21,583 --> 00:16:23,500 It's at The Broad right now. 251 00:16:23,583 --> 00:16:26,041 Not broad. People confuse it with Broad. 252 00:16:26,125 --> 00:16:27,625 -Broad, brode, yeah. -Right. 253 00:16:27,708 --> 00:16:29,666 But I can get us tickets if you want. 254 00:16:30,041 --> 00:16:31,125 They know me there. 255 00:16:32,458 --> 00:16:34,750 -When did you get back? -[Morf] Last night. 256 00:16:35,291 --> 00:16:37,958 I have solid confirmation Piers has left you for Jon Dondon. 257 00:16:38,458 --> 00:16:40,125 I'm going to get bored now. 258 00:16:40,208 --> 00:16:42,625 This feels huge to me. Why would he leave? 259 00:16:42,708 --> 00:16:44,708 Why, why why. Why anything? 260 00:16:45,375 --> 00:16:46,666 Maybe I wanted him to leave. 261 00:16:47,125 --> 00:16:49,541 Meanwhile, I'm signing new talent. 262 00:16:50,000 --> 00:16:52,083 Heard you got Damrish. He's fierce. 263 00:16:52,166 --> 00:16:54,625 And this morning, Mertilla Splude. 264 00:16:54,708 --> 00:16:57,958 We are on the same frequency, I swear. 265 00:16:58,416 --> 00:17:02,000 -Go-Pro Kindergarten's gonna break big. -Your lips, God's ear. 266 00:17:02,625 --> 00:17:05,333 Oh, wait. In our world, you are God. 267 00:17:06,791 --> 00:17:08,416 And I'm running late. Gotta go. 268 00:17:08,500 --> 00:17:09,583 Okay. 269 00:17:09,666 --> 00:17:10,500 [kisses] 270 00:17:11,375 --> 00:17:13,291 -[sighs] I'm sorry. -[phone ringing] 271 00:17:14,000 --> 00:17:16,916 Some random guy just, like, died in my building. 272 00:17:17,000 --> 00:17:19,458 [gasps] I really am so surprised. 273 00:17:19,833 --> 00:17:20,916 Rhodora, I'm not kidding. 274 00:17:21,375 --> 00:17:23,625 A neighbor actually died. I found the body. 275 00:17:23,708 --> 00:17:26,958 Bryson keeps me up to speed on everything that goes on around here. 276 00:17:27,041 --> 00:17:28,458 Your chronic lateness-- 277 00:17:28,541 --> 00:17:29,875 Bryson's pissed because... 278 00:17:31,375 --> 00:17:33,833 he came on to me and I shut him down. 279 00:17:33,916 --> 00:17:35,375 He's a flat-out creeper. 280 00:17:35,541 --> 00:17:38,000 Well, I can say the interest I had in you has waned. 281 00:17:38,500 --> 00:17:40,333 I thought I was grooming a protégé. 282 00:17:40,416 --> 00:17:44,666 All our long talks about your struggles and grand ambitions. 283 00:17:44,750 --> 00:17:48,375 And then you insult my intelligent mind. I'm moving you off the front. 284 00:17:48,458 --> 00:17:52,458 No client contact until you raise the quality bar in your performance. 285 00:17:54,208 --> 00:17:55,958 -Morning. -[staffers] Good morning. 286 00:17:56,041 --> 00:17:59,416 [Rhodora] Do we have Berlin? Singapore? London? Oh, we do. 287 00:17:59,791 --> 00:18:03,458 So, I have two new favorite artists I am all kinds of happy to tell you about. 288 00:18:30,416 --> 00:18:31,541 [man] I'm from Perlack. 289 00:18:32,750 --> 00:18:33,958 We own the building. 290 00:18:36,916 --> 00:18:37,875 Did you know him? 291 00:18:38,333 --> 00:18:39,291 The guy who died? 292 00:18:40,500 --> 00:18:42,000 Some sorta artist, I guess. 293 00:18:43,125 --> 00:18:43,958 No. 294 00:18:45,750 --> 00:18:46,791 I found his body. 295 00:18:47,625 --> 00:18:48,750 He liked his privacy. 296 00:18:49,875 --> 00:18:52,583 -He had a cat. -It's up there. We'll find it tomorrow. 297 00:18:52,666 --> 00:18:54,166 Jesus, the stuff inside... 298 00:18:54,791 --> 00:18:58,208 And it all gets tossed. The old man wanted everything thrown away. 299 00:18:58,458 --> 00:18:59,958 No trace, his instructions. 300 00:19:00,041 --> 00:19:01,916 Looks like he started to do it himself, 301 00:19:02,000 --> 00:19:03,833 but he died before he could finish the job. 302 00:19:04,791 --> 00:19:05,750 [chuckles] [man] Well, good night. 303 00:19:16,708 --> 00:19:18,250 [cat meows] 304 00:19:40,541 --> 00:19:42,541 [door creaks] [suspenseful music] 305 00:19:49,833 --> 00:19:50,958 Hey, kitty, kitty. 306 00:19:56,041 --> 00:19:57,208 [door closes] 307 00:19:59,083 --> 00:20:01,083 [floor creaks] 308 00:20:13,291 --> 00:20:15,333 [suspenseful music continues] 309 00:20:55,458 --> 00:20:57,458 [suspenseful music intensifies] 310 00:21:42,166 --> 00:21:43,416 [gasps] 311 00:21:43,708 --> 00:21:45,916 -[breathes heavily] -[meows] 312 00:21:47,875 --> 00:21:49,041 Hey, little guy. 313 00:21:52,875 --> 00:21:53,708 Hey. 314 00:22:10,666 --> 00:22:12,666 [suspenseful music intensifies] 315 00:22:21,500 --> 00:22:22,375 Hey. 316 00:22:23,125 --> 00:22:24,833 Ah, so glad you called. 317 00:22:25,791 --> 00:22:27,416 I'd hug, but I'm all sweaty. 318 00:22:27,750 --> 00:22:30,500 Love the jumper. Cornsilk's a great color for you. 319 00:22:31,708 --> 00:22:33,208 Miami was a revelation. 320 00:22:34,000 --> 00:22:35,583 Let me just start with that. 321 00:22:37,416 --> 00:22:41,500 I don't know where I am with anything else in my life, other than that I feel... 322 00:22:42,958 --> 00:22:44,166 good with you. 323 00:22:45,208 --> 00:22:48,333 So much better, and beyond good. 324 00:22:48,833 --> 00:22:49,958 I found something. 325 00:22:50,875 --> 00:22:52,083 That's what I'm saying. 326 00:23:26,291 --> 00:23:27,583 Who did these? 327 00:23:28,750 --> 00:23:30,083 What do you think of them? 328 00:23:32,666 --> 00:23:33,875 They're visionary. [chuckles] 329 00:23:38,583 --> 00:23:40,875 Mesmeric. An absolute incredible... 330 00:23:43,250 --> 00:23:45,750 mix of mediums. 331 00:23:49,000 --> 00:23:50,375 I'm ensorcelled. 332 00:23:52,083 --> 00:23:54,708 -Do you think there's a market for it? -Massive. 333 00:23:56,208 --> 00:23:57,083 Beyond. 334 00:24:01,041 --> 00:24:02,541 Who represents them? 335 00:24:05,041 --> 00:24:05,875 I do. 336 00:24:07,875 --> 00:24:10,750 [laughs] I'm dying with suspense. 337 00:24:10,833 --> 00:24:11,833 Who is it? 338 00:24:13,416 --> 00:24:16,125 [TV announcer] Tonight's jackpot is 400 million dollars. 339 00:24:16,541 --> 00:24:19,916 To win that jackpot, you must match these five white balls. 340 00:24:20,166 --> 00:24:24,875 The first winning number tonight is 54. That's followed by 32. 341 00:24:24,958 --> 00:24:29,291 Up next we have 52. Your next number is 34. 342 00:24:29,375 --> 00:24:33,250 Your final white ball for this Friday evening is 25. 343 00:24:33,416 --> 00:24:35,416 If no one matches the five numbers-- 344 00:24:35,666 --> 00:24:38,875 It just seemed edgier at the Biennale. 345 00:24:41,166 --> 00:24:43,166 Oh, is this the exact lighting? 346 00:24:43,541 --> 00:24:44,458 [tech] I think so. 347 00:24:45,083 --> 00:24:46,791 Okay, well, go check the specs. 348 00:24:47,083 --> 00:24:49,083 [TV continues playing indistinctly] 349 00:25:05,791 --> 00:25:08,375 I run the collective Damrish belongs to. 350 00:25:08,458 --> 00:25:12,000 Oh. I didn't think collectives had people in charge. 351 00:25:12,291 --> 00:25:14,291 Doesn't that defeat the whole purpose? 352 00:25:14,833 --> 00:25:16,250 I represent him. 353 00:25:16,333 --> 00:25:17,250 Used to. 354 00:25:17,458 --> 00:25:21,041 We're building something away from all this commercial bullshit. 355 00:25:21,125 --> 00:25:22,708 It's not just about the fucking money. 356 00:25:22,791 --> 00:25:25,375 Stealing Damrish away would end us. 357 00:25:25,458 --> 00:25:27,791 Okay. Well, you know what? He's not a child. 358 00:25:27,875 --> 00:25:29,291 It's his choice, not mine. 359 00:25:31,791 --> 00:25:34,500 -You think this is done? -Back the fuck up! 360 00:25:35,583 --> 00:25:37,625 I tried to stop him. 361 00:25:39,000 --> 00:25:40,416 Okay, well, you failed. 362 00:25:43,250 --> 00:25:44,333 Unbelievable. 363 00:25:46,125 --> 00:25:49,083 -[Coco] It will... never happen again. -Go! 364 00:25:52,750 --> 00:25:54,750 [phone ringing] 365 00:26:03,250 --> 00:26:06,958 Coco! Didn't you tell me you wanted to get a cat? 366 00:26:07,500 --> 00:26:08,416 Um... 367 00:26:09,166 --> 00:26:10,541 can we talk about it later? 368 00:26:12,625 --> 00:26:13,541 Sure. 369 00:26:16,250 --> 00:26:17,250 [Josephina] Hey! 370 00:26:18,708 --> 00:26:21,541 -What the fuck do you think you're doing? -What is this? Who is this? 371 00:26:21,625 --> 00:26:22,541 That was under my desk. 372 00:26:22,625 --> 00:26:25,250 I was looking for tape and I saw this. 373 00:26:25,458 --> 00:26:27,708 -This is harassment. -Tell me who the artist is. 374 00:26:27,791 --> 00:26:31,458 -What the fuck is wrong with you? -I do more than maintenance and packing. 375 00:26:32,000 --> 00:26:34,000 I'm not just a man of primitive skills. 376 00:26:35,750 --> 00:26:38,458 This shit... talks to me. 377 00:26:50,583 --> 00:26:52,750 [Gretchen] Hey, you. I heard you were coming by. 378 00:26:52,833 --> 00:26:54,541 I'm reviewing your Purlfoy exhibit. 379 00:26:54,625 --> 00:26:57,041 Oh, be kind. Our membership is plummeting. 380 00:26:57,750 --> 00:27:01,708 Tell me something. Have you ever heard of an artist named Vetril Dease? 381 00:27:01,791 --> 00:27:02,625 D-E-A-S-E. No. 382 00:27:05,083 --> 00:27:06,166 Can you check? 383 00:27:11,458 --> 00:27:14,000 No. Not in our records, and we have everyone. 384 00:27:16,625 --> 00:27:19,000 Morf, honey, I, uh... 385 00:27:20,958 --> 00:27:23,125 -I need to bend your ear. -Mmm? 386 00:27:23,791 --> 00:27:28,291 I am leaving to become an art adviser. 387 00:27:28,375 --> 00:27:31,083 [squeals] I know, I know. I can't say for whom. 388 00:27:31,250 --> 00:27:35,125 But I will be making enough to afford a terribly lovely car and garden. 389 00:27:35,208 --> 00:27:36,708 Oh, hello, Morf. 390 00:27:37,166 --> 00:27:38,041 Hello, Jim. 391 00:27:41,000 --> 00:27:42,666 Look, I came to the museum 392 00:27:42,750 --> 00:27:45,666 because I wanted to change the world through art. 393 00:27:45,750 --> 00:27:48,958 But the wealthy vacuum up everything, except crumbs. 394 00:27:49,041 --> 00:27:51,625 The best work is only enjoyed by a tiny few. 395 00:27:51,750 --> 00:27:54,458 And they buy what they're told. So, why not join the party? 396 00:27:54,541 --> 00:27:56,791 Mmm. It's everywhere, the money question. 397 00:27:57,458 --> 00:27:59,041 In advance of my move, I am... 398 00:27:59,750 --> 00:28:02,666 actively looking for purchases for my new client. 399 00:28:02,958 --> 00:28:05,833 You might be interested to know 400 00:28:06,041 --> 00:28:09,000 that I can provide to you a generous, 401 00:28:09,083 --> 00:28:13,333 untraceable reward for anything you steer me to in the realm of 402 00:28:13,750 --> 00:28:16,500 undervalued, pre-review, perhaps. 403 00:28:18,958 --> 00:28:20,083 I don't do that. 404 00:28:21,875 --> 00:28:23,750 What's your arrangement with Rhodora? 405 00:28:25,875 --> 00:28:26,833 None. 406 00:28:27,583 --> 00:28:32,000 Then her buys prior to your favorable reviews are utterly prescient? 407 00:28:32,083 --> 00:28:33,041 This is my life. 408 00:28:33,625 --> 00:28:37,083 How I connect with some sort of spirituality at actual present. 409 00:28:37,166 --> 00:28:38,458 Mm-hmm, of course. 410 00:28:38,875 --> 00:28:40,625 I assess out of adoration. 411 00:28:41,125 --> 00:28:43,041 I further the realm I analyze. 412 00:28:44,458 --> 00:28:45,583 Forgive me, I... 413 00:28:46,083 --> 00:28:46,916 Fuck. 414 00:28:48,125 --> 00:28:49,125 [scoffs] 415 00:28:50,291 --> 00:28:51,208 [Gretchen] Kisses. 416 00:28:53,458 --> 00:28:55,458 [sirens in distance] 417 00:29:02,708 --> 00:29:03,875 [knock at door] 418 00:29:15,583 --> 00:29:17,625 Hey. What's going on? 419 00:29:18,791 --> 00:29:19,625 You tell me. 420 00:29:24,000 --> 00:29:25,250 What are you doing here? 421 00:29:28,666 --> 00:29:30,083 Hell's bells. 422 00:29:31,041 --> 00:29:31,875 Bryson. 423 00:29:33,083 --> 00:29:36,333 -[Rhodora] Incredible. -I'm going to have to ask you to leave. 424 00:29:37,416 --> 00:29:39,625 Not if you had a gun. 425 00:29:39,708 --> 00:29:41,166 It's none of your business. 426 00:29:41,250 --> 00:29:43,333 Oh, actually it is. 427 00:29:45,041 --> 00:29:49,208 You signed a non-compete clause, which, if you read, you might remember is 428 00:29:49,916 --> 00:29:52,625 very much quite a lot broader than that. Tell me all about Vetril Dease. 429 00:29:58,041 --> 00:30:01,500 Hmm. [chuckling] His name is the tinsel on the tree. 430 00:30:03,625 --> 00:30:06,541 Don't make me pull some sort of heavy interrogation. 431 00:30:08,000 --> 00:30:10,000 Right now, it's just you and me, 432 00:30:11,250 --> 00:30:14,000 with all our active friendship and love for each other. 433 00:30:16,458 --> 00:30:19,333 Now, how did you get all of these? 434 00:30:21,625 --> 00:30:23,916 A guy upstairs. He died. 435 00:30:24,500 --> 00:30:25,916 And you just took them? 436 00:30:27,041 --> 00:30:28,583 He had no family or friends. 437 00:30:32,000 --> 00:30:34,375 Well, I won't bother with the obvious questions, 438 00:30:34,458 --> 00:30:36,916 but, oh, you must have some giant plans. 439 00:30:38,250 --> 00:30:40,666 I invented do-it-yourself. 440 00:30:40,750 --> 00:30:43,541 And you're in way over your head, babe. 441 00:30:44,416 --> 00:30:48,375 You have to archive and catalog and establish ownership. 442 00:30:50,291 --> 00:30:51,583 And monetize. 443 00:30:53,916 --> 00:30:58,041 I'm willing to do all of that for... a reasonable percentage. 444 00:30:59,333 --> 00:31:02,125 You can engage me in an endless lawsuit, or... 445 00:31:02,833 --> 00:31:04,041 you can become rich 446 00:31:04,541 --> 00:31:06,541 and famous and successful. 447 00:31:07,291 --> 00:31:09,791 Which is what we both know you've always wanted. 448 00:31:09,875 --> 00:31:10,708 Hmm? 449 00:31:25,125 --> 00:31:28,208 We can claim the property was abandoned if she says she found it in the dumpster. 450 00:31:28,291 --> 00:31:31,791 -And took steps to find a rightful owner. -Well, first reports are he had no heirs. 451 00:31:31,875 --> 00:31:34,125 She's just a tenant. Could the building owner make a claim? 452 00:31:34,333 --> 00:31:36,541 The salvage guy said that they were junking everything. 453 00:31:36,750 --> 00:31:39,166 I mean, it took hours to carry it all down into my apartment. 454 00:31:39,250 --> 00:31:40,416 There was just so much of it. 455 00:31:40,500 --> 00:31:44,000 No, you found the art in the trash, not in his apartment. 456 00:31:44,083 --> 00:31:45,333 This is very important. 457 00:31:45,416 --> 00:31:49,000 Now, remembering back, you found it in the dumpster. 458 00:31:49,083 --> 00:31:50,208 Isn't that what happened? 459 00:31:52,041 --> 00:31:52,958 The dumpster. 460 00:31:54,083 --> 00:31:55,333 Yeah, I remember now. 461 00:32:10,541 --> 00:32:13,250 Critique is so limiting and emotionally draining. 462 00:32:14,833 --> 00:32:18,208 I've always wanted to do something long-form, beyond opinion. 463 00:32:19,250 --> 00:32:23,083 Dip my toe into an exploration of origin and essence. 464 00:32:23,916 --> 00:32:26,625 A metamorphosis of spirit into reality. [chuckles] 465 00:32:28,625 --> 00:32:31,041 I've... I've never had the vehicle until now. 466 00:32:32,833 --> 00:32:34,583 An artist toiling in the recesses, 467 00:32:34,666 --> 00:32:36,958 discovered in death. I wanna start researching immediately. 468 00:32:37,041 --> 00:32:40,000 Well, there's timing. Meshing with our extensive marketing plans, 469 00:32:40,083 --> 00:32:41,291 which we haven't gotten to yet. 470 00:32:41,375 --> 00:32:43,375 Well, I'm willing to write the exhibit brochure. 471 00:32:43,500 --> 00:32:45,250 That will give immediate weight to the launch. 472 00:32:46,041 --> 00:32:48,916 And in return, I want exclusive rights to a book 473 00:32:49,000 --> 00:32:51,708 and several pieces. 474 00:32:54,083 --> 00:32:55,500 Well, that sounds swell. 475 00:33:01,750 --> 00:33:03,750 [tense music] 476 00:33:09,625 --> 00:33:11,083 [phone vibrating] 477 00:33:13,416 --> 00:33:14,375 Hi, Rhodora. 478 00:33:16,083 --> 00:33:21,208 Well, I'm archiving his material, then running spectrums on his paint. 479 00:33:22,333 --> 00:33:24,541 And it's the damnedest thing. 480 00:33:24,750 --> 00:33:26,833 I don't even know how to account for it. 481 00:33:28,541 --> 00:33:30,000 I couldn't hazard a guess. 482 00:33:32,583 --> 00:33:34,083 [Coco] Haze Gallery, please hold. 483 00:33:34,875 --> 00:33:36,291 Haze Gallery, please hold. 484 00:33:36,791 --> 00:33:38,333 Haze Gallery, please hold. 485 00:33:39,458 --> 00:33:42,416 Yes, Josephina's unavailable right now, but I can take a message. 486 00:33:43,000 --> 00:33:44,541 Okay, please hold. 487 00:33:45,166 --> 00:33:46,083 Haze Gallery. 488 00:33:46,625 --> 00:33:50,416 Uh, yes. Rhodora is aware of the meeting, but she's on a call right now. 489 00:33:50,500 --> 00:33:51,625 [phone rings] 490 00:33:52,166 --> 00:33:54,291 [Rhodora] You're positive it's the same Dease? 491 00:33:54,375 --> 00:33:56,416 -[P.I.] Yeah. -Well, how can you be sure? 492 00:33:56,500 --> 00:33:59,333 I visited the institution. I found his records. 493 00:33:59,625 --> 00:34:01,791 -[Rhodora] Dear God. -I wouldn't worry. 494 00:34:02,375 --> 00:34:05,625 The file's so old, there's no backup. I took the only copy. 495 00:34:05,708 --> 00:34:08,750 Okay, send it over. And wash your hands of it. 496 00:34:08,833 --> 00:34:11,208 -And add a zero to your bill. -Thanks. 497 00:34:17,541 --> 00:34:21,791 [Morf] Vetril Dease first appears in a 1930 Los Angeles census, 498 00:34:22,375 --> 00:34:25,875 living in a low-income home with his father, mother and younger sister. 499 00:34:27,416 --> 00:34:30,125 Nine years later, Vetril is listed with his father 500 00:34:30,208 --> 00:34:33,791 as the only survivors of a suspicious fire which swept their house. 501 00:34:34,791 --> 00:34:37,791 Shortly after the fire, Vetril's named in a court document. 502 00:34:37,916 --> 00:34:40,416 Citing cruelty beyond the bounds of humanity, 503 00:34:40,541 --> 00:34:43,750 child protection services remove Vetril from his abusive father 504 00:34:43,833 --> 00:34:47,333 and place him in the Good Templars Orphanage in South Vallejo. 505 00:34:48,125 --> 00:34:50,125 His time there is a mystery, 506 00:34:50,791 --> 00:34:53,958 the only record being his departure at 18. 507 00:34:55,000 --> 00:34:57,666 But the real mystery is what follows. 508 00:34:57,750 --> 00:35:02,375 Dease disappears for three decades, vanishing like a ghost. 509 00:35:02,625 --> 00:35:07,083 He suddenly resurfaces on the payroll of the Sawtelle veterans administration, 510 00:35:07,291 --> 00:35:10,916 where he was employed as a janitor for 42 years. 511 00:35:11,625 --> 00:35:14,375 Dease lived alone and isolated, 512 00:35:15,208 --> 00:35:18,708 using his art to dive deep into his own psyche. 513 00:35:19,958 --> 00:35:22,958 The artist battled for decades with his personal demons. 514 00:35:23,875 --> 00:35:27,083 The result is an epic saga of violence and madness. 515 00:35:27,750 --> 00:35:31,250 A howl for answers and a resolution that never comes. 516 00:35:35,750 --> 00:35:39,291 My ex-boyfriend, Ricky, has an exhibition Friday. 517 00:35:40,666 --> 00:35:42,250 -He's a hack. -[kisses] 518 00:35:42,958 --> 00:35:45,416 A bearded, downtown poser. 519 00:35:45,666 --> 00:35:46,833 [breathes heavily] 520 00:35:47,458 --> 00:35:48,500 [grunts] 521 00:35:48,750 --> 00:35:53,583 You know, he hasn't had, like, an original idea in his whole life. 522 00:35:54,000 --> 00:35:55,375 [breathes heavily] 523 00:35:55,458 --> 00:35:58,416 On top of which, he steals from everyone. 524 00:35:58,708 --> 00:36:00,125 But you know that, right? 525 00:36:00,541 --> 00:36:02,541 I'm very familiar with his work. 526 00:36:03,750 --> 00:36:04,833 [Josephina moans] 527 00:36:06,666 --> 00:36:08,041 You should go to his show, 528 00:36:09,375 --> 00:36:12,666 see for yourself how much he sucks. 529 00:36:13,250 --> 00:36:16,958 -[moans] Then do what you do. -Are you serious? 530 00:36:17,041 --> 00:36:19,541 [breathes heavily] For me. 531 00:36:20,416 --> 00:36:21,625 [moans] 532 00:36:31,250 --> 00:36:32,166 Hello, Morf. 533 00:36:34,916 --> 00:36:35,750 Right. 534 00:36:35,833 --> 00:36:36,833 Is it contemporary? 535 00:36:36,916 --> 00:36:39,583 It cuts through the bullshit and gives form to true emotion. 536 00:36:39,708 --> 00:36:42,041 -What does it say? -What do you feel? 537 00:36:42,458 --> 00:36:45,125 They're using tech in a whole new way. 538 00:36:45,500 --> 00:36:48,833 The idea is aiming for a platform that includes all media. 539 00:36:48,916 --> 00:36:50,791 Everything's interruptive now. 540 00:36:51,166 --> 00:36:53,500 [Rhodora] He came from nowhere, knew no one, 541 00:36:53,791 --> 00:36:57,125 and if our industrious Josephina here hadn't been so observant, 542 00:36:57,250 --> 00:36:59,583 his genius work would've been thrown away. 543 00:36:59,916 --> 00:37:03,708 And, um, he would've been consigned to oblivion. 544 00:37:04,208 --> 00:37:08,083 I spotted it by a streetlight over a dumpster. 545 00:37:08,583 --> 00:37:10,666 [man] Approximately, how many pieces are there? 546 00:37:11,083 --> 00:37:12,250 Well, unfortunately, 547 00:37:12,333 --> 00:37:16,583 Mr. Dease's output was the opposite from what one would call prolific. 548 00:37:17,041 --> 00:37:18,833 And he's certainly not making any more. 549 00:37:18,958 --> 00:37:21,708 [woman] There's one we're very interested in. 550 00:37:21,791 --> 00:37:24,166 Well, just know demand has people ready to kill. 551 00:37:24,250 --> 00:37:26,041 -Ya! [chuckles] -[kisses] 552 00:37:26,666 --> 00:37:27,500 Fetchin'. 553 00:37:27,583 --> 00:37:29,750 Before the sublime, the whole body quivers. 554 00:37:29,833 --> 00:37:32,666 Mm-hmm. Well, at these prices, your museum's locked out. 555 00:37:32,833 --> 00:37:35,833 Well, I just yesterday left the museum, so I can speak freely now. 556 00:37:36,041 --> 00:37:38,625 -I'm an adviser for a private buyer. -Whom? 557 00:37:38,916 --> 00:37:40,666 Our friend who bought Sphere. 558 00:37:41,000 --> 00:37:42,916 -Well, how hilarious for you. -[chuckles] 559 00:37:43,000 --> 00:37:44,041 In that capacity, 560 00:37:44,125 --> 00:37:47,000 I do have my eye on several of the large-format product for him. 561 00:37:47,083 --> 00:37:50,333 Mmm. Well, the sales staff have been busy beavers. 562 00:37:50,541 --> 00:37:51,958 Everything's on reserve. 563 00:37:52,458 --> 00:37:53,833 Perhaps we'd pay a premium. 564 00:37:54,083 --> 00:37:56,666 -That doesn't butter the biscuit. -Well, what the fuck would? 565 00:37:57,416 --> 00:37:58,916 I'll sell you two Dease 566 00:37:59,000 --> 00:38:01,833 if you buy three pieces at Damrish's opening next month. 567 00:38:01,916 --> 00:38:04,291 [chuckles] What if my client doesn't respond to Damrish? 568 00:38:04,375 --> 00:38:06,916 Well, you're the adviser. Advise. 569 00:38:08,166 --> 00:38:09,000 Hey. 570 00:38:16,375 --> 00:38:18,375 [mysterious music] 571 00:38:47,208 --> 00:38:48,041 [Damrish] Damn. 572 00:38:54,458 --> 00:38:56,083 [Rhodora] Next month, it's your show. 573 00:38:56,666 --> 00:38:58,333 I gotta-- I gotta go. 574 00:38:58,416 --> 00:38:59,291 Okay. 575 00:39:00,375 --> 00:39:02,375 [mysterious music continues] 576 00:39:24,291 --> 00:39:28,583 Isn't it exhilarating to see something substantial? 577 00:39:29,208 --> 00:39:31,583 I mean, other than celebrity tattoo artists and 578 00:39:32,500 --> 00:39:35,541 balloons for painting tools. I'm writing a book about him. 579 00:39:35,916 --> 00:39:38,416 I just loathed your Ricky Blane review yesterday. 580 00:39:38,500 --> 00:39:40,125 I thought his show was inspired. 581 00:39:41,125 --> 00:39:43,333 Well, I didn't get it, I suppose. 582 00:39:43,416 --> 00:39:45,708 I felt that we saw totally different exhibits. 583 00:39:46,500 --> 00:39:50,750 Mmm. A bad review is better than sinking into the great glut of anonymity. 584 00:39:52,041 --> 00:39:53,166 Was that a joke? Not that I'm aware of. 585 00:39:57,083 --> 00:40:00,041 Ricky got drunk and crashed his car last night. 586 00:40:00,125 --> 00:40:01,458 He's in coma. 587 00:40:01,541 --> 00:40:02,916 I heard he was crushed. 588 00:40:04,000 --> 00:40:04,958 By the car? 589 00:40:05,666 --> 00:40:07,833 Your review. Arschloch. 590 00:40:17,916 --> 00:40:20,875 [Josephina] What do you mean, Bryson's moving some of the art to storage? 591 00:40:20,958 --> 00:40:23,083 Well, if De Beers released all their diamonds, 592 00:40:23,166 --> 00:40:24,583 they'd be cheap as cut glass. 593 00:40:24,833 --> 00:40:26,875 Didn't they teach any of this in art school? 594 00:40:26,958 --> 00:40:28,708 How many are we saying he made? 595 00:40:28,958 --> 00:40:32,875 Well, their value's their scarcity, so it's not what we say. It's the reality. 596 00:40:32,958 --> 00:40:35,916 The reality is we have over one thousand pieces stored upstairs. 597 00:40:36,083 --> 00:40:37,750 Well, that's nonsense. [chuckles] 598 00:40:37,833 --> 00:40:40,083 Why, I doubt if it's even half that number. 599 00:40:40,166 --> 00:40:41,583 [Josephina] What have you done? 600 00:40:41,666 --> 00:40:45,750 [Rhodora] Removed them from circulation. Locking them away for a rainy day. 601 00:41:40,500 --> 00:41:42,500 [somber music] [truck accelerates] 602 00:42:12,958 --> 00:42:14,083 [lighter clicks] 603 00:42:35,375 --> 00:42:36,208 Fuck. 604 00:42:36,875 --> 00:42:37,916 Fuck! Fuck! 605 00:42:38,666 --> 00:42:40,458 [screams] Fuck! 606 00:42:49,208 --> 00:42:51,166 [grunts] [breathes heavily] 607 00:42:59,125 --> 00:43:00,500 [shouts] 608 00:43:13,541 --> 00:43:16,041 -[door opens] -[grunts] 609 00:43:21,625 --> 00:43:23,666 Oh! Shit. Shit! 610 00:43:33,583 --> 00:43:34,916 Oh, shit. 611 00:43:41,500 --> 00:43:42,500 [yells] Hello? 612 00:43:45,500 --> 00:43:46,416 [slams door] 613 00:43:51,416 --> 00:43:53,416 [mysterious music] 614 00:44:09,166 --> 00:44:10,500 [breathing heavily] 615 00:44:23,500 --> 00:44:25,500 [grunts and groans] 616 00:44:39,750 --> 00:44:42,500 [screams] 617 00:44:42,583 --> 00:44:44,583 [monkey chatters angrily] [screams continue] 618 00:44:56,541 --> 00:44:58,541 [door buzzer rings] 619 00:44:59,125 --> 00:45:00,291 Howzit? It's Dondon. 620 00:45:03,166 --> 00:45:04,583 [door unlocks] 621 00:45:05,166 --> 00:45:07,166 [door buzzer rings] 622 00:45:10,666 --> 00:45:13,750 -[dog growls] -{Piers] Easy, boy. Not yet. 623 00:45:16,458 --> 00:45:18,458 Studio visit. I'm excited. 624 00:45:19,791 --> 00:45:22,458 I can't stomach cheery or upbeat. 625 00:45:22,541 --> 00:45:24,541 I'm not an idiot. Remember that. 626 00:45:24,625 --> 00:45:26,333 Hey, I'm honored to be your new representative 627 00:45:26,416 --> 00:45:27,541 and see what you've been up to. I just bet you are. 628 00:45:28,833 --> 00:45:31,250 So, this is where the magic happens? 629 00:45:32,166 --> 00:45:33,291 Is that a joke? 630 00:45:34,416 --> 00:45:35,250 Sorry? 631 00:45:36,416 --> 00:45:39,125 This is repros and replicas. 632 00:45:39,458 --> 00:45:41,041 Studio's upstairs. 633 00:45:41,416 --> 00:45:42,833 Rupert, up. 634 00:46:00,458 --> 00:46:02,791 This is remarkable. 635 00:46:04,541 --> 00:46:05,500 It's not art. 636 00:46:09,000 --> 00:46:10,375 [Jon mutters] 637 00:46:19,625 --> 00:46:20,625 [sighs] 638 00:46:31,291 --> 00:46:32,125 [Piers] Well? 639 00:46:34,208 --> 00:46:35,125 Well, I... 640 00:46:35,500 --> 00:46:38,708 I'm just soaking it in. It's thrilling to see a work in progress. 641 00:46:39,041 --> 00:46:42,875 Just give me an honest goddamn opinion about what you're looking at. 642 00:46:44,458 --> 00:46:47,166 I can see a line with your body of work. So... 643 00:46:47,666 --> 00:46:49,416 So, I'm copying myself? 644 00:46:49,500 --> 00:46:51,416 It's not copying if it's your canon. 645 00:46:53,000 --> 00:46:54,458 I thought your studio was downtown. 646 00:46:56,250 --> 00:46:58,208 Too many addiction triggers. 647 00:46:59,041 --> 00:47:01,958 -I worked here the last year. -Well, I-- [chuckles] 648 00:47:02,041 --> 00:47:04,375 I'd love to see all the new work you've done since moving, 649 00:47:04,458 --> 00:47:07,708 because the team is geared up and ready to sell every new piece you have. 650 00:47:21,958 --> 00:47:23,916 [scoffs] Right. 651 00:47:26,291 --> 00:47:27,375 Sure, of course. 652 00:47:29,000 --> 00:47:31,666 No, you've... you've been gestating. 653 00:47:32,708 --> 00:47:34,708 Gestation implies birth. 654 00:47:35,250 --> 00:47:38,833 Ideas come, but they kill themselves as soon as they appear. 655 00:47:40,083 --> 00:47:41,541 This is a slaughterhouse. 656 00:47:42,666 --> 00:47:43,958 Welcome aboard. 657 00:47:53,375 --> 00:47:56,583 [detective] When we got the call, it took us a few days to locate you. 658 00:47:57,250 --> 00:47:58,375 We've been busy. 659 00:47:58,791 --> 00:48:01,458 Now, it looks he slid into the side of a gas station 660 00:48:01,541 --> 00:48:03,666 out in Angeles National Forest. 661 00:48:04,041 --> 00:48:05,791 Place has been closed for years. 662 00:48:07,833 --> 00:48:09,250 What caused the crash? 663 00:48:09,791 --> 00:48:10,625 Don't know. 664 00:48:11,500 --> 00:48:13,625 Think he may have hit his head and wandered off. 665 00:48:15,208 --> 00:48:16,708 It's easy to get lost out there. 666 00:48:18,291 --> 00:48:19,541 Was anything recovered? 667 00:48:19,625 --> 00:48:21,250 Well, we put it in the back here. 668 00:48:21,333 --> 00:48:24,750 We think the vehicle may have been vandalized before we located it. 669 00:48:25,291 --> 00:48:27,000 There's a big homeless camp near there. 670 00:48:27,208 --> 00:48:29,208 They would've cleaned it out if they found it first. 671 00:48:29,791 --> 00:48:31,958 Was there anything of value you know was inside? 672 00:48:33,083 --> 00:48:33,916 [Rhodora] No. 673 00:48:34,791 --> 00:48:35,958 Not that I know of. 674 00:48:37,208 --> 00:48:38,500 This is all you found? 675 00:48:39,208 --> 00:48:40,541 Uh, no. 676 00:48:41,166 --> 00:48:42,166 There was this. 677 00:48:46,000 --> 00:48:47,125 [Josephina] Where did he go? 678 00:48:47,833 --> 00:48:49,000 Where's the art? 679 00:48:49,291 --> 00:48:50,916 Why would you trust him in the first place? 680 00:48:51,000 --> 00:48:52,750 I didn't tell him what was in the crates. 681 00:48:52,875 --> 00:48:56,375 All he had to do was deliver them to a warehouse in Lancaster. 682 00:48:56,458 --> 00:48:58,708 This shit goes sideways, and I'm telling you straight up, 683 00:48:58,791 --> 00:49:01,958 I will say this was all your idea. I had nothing to do with it. 684 00:49:05,833 --> 00:49:06,916 [line ringing] 685 00:49:07,291 --> 00:49:09,666 This is Bryson's phone. Obviously, I didn't pick up. Bryson, it's me. 686 00:49:14,041 --> 00:49:15,625 Where the fuck are you? 687 00:49:17,250 --> 00:49:20,041 You trying to strong-arm me, cash in on your own? What? 688 00:49:20,125 --> 00:49:22,125 [car accelerates] Don't fuck with me, Bryson. Call me. 689 00:49:29,750 --> 00:49:31,166 [Morf] I came at the right time. 690 00:49:31,250 --> 00:49:33,208 -[chuckles] -[chuckles] No, no. Not now. 691 00:49:33,291 --> 00:49:34,250 I have a lot to do. 692 00:49:35,083 --> 00:49:38,958 -Wha... It's not for three hours. -It'll take me that long to get ready. 693 00:49:39,500 --> 00:49:40,708 It's just a fundraiser. 694 00:49:41,666 --> 00:49:43,125 There's going to be pictures. 695 00:49:43,625 --> 00:49:46,333 Our first time out. This is super important to me. 696 00:49:46,916 --> 00:49:48,000 I wanna look good. 697 00:49:48,541 --> 00:49:50,250 Mmm, I found a sick dress. 698 00:49:51,375 --> 00:49:54,000 This sofa's completely too small for the ceiling height. 699 00:49:54,500 --> 00:49:55,625 It swims in here. 700 00:49:59,750 --> 00:50:02,875 So, I've been cataloging paintings for the book. 701 00:50:04,666 --> 00:50:06,000 Something doesn't add up. 702 00:50:06,833 --> 00:50:07,666 What's that? 703 00:50:09,458 --> 00:50:12,583 There's almost no studies or sketches. They seem to be missing. 704 00:50:13,666 --> 00:50:16,666 As well as large gaps from different periods of his work. 705 00:50:19,833 --> 00:50:21,125 He dated them, you know. 706 00:50:22,000 --> 00:50:24,000 No, everything I found is there. 707 00:50:24,291 --> 00:50:25,875 Trust me, I'd know. 708 00:50:26,750 --> 00:50:29,875 Hey, I've got some great champagne in the fridge. 709 00:50:29,958 --> 00:50:31,375 Open it while we get ready. 710 00:50:40,333 --> 00:50:42,333 [woman speaking Italian] 711 00:50:48,541 --> 00:50:51,416 [Jon in Italian] Stop by before you leave. [kisses] 712 00:50:52,208 --> 00:50:55,208 Your three o'clock is here. Interview for the archivist opening. 713 00:50:58,250 --> 00:50:59,250 You're too young. 714 00:51:01,750 --> 00:51:02,666 [Coco] Uh... 715 00:51:03,458 --> 00:51:04,958 I'm twenty-two. 716 00:51:05,416 --> 00:51:08,041 The position requires someone with years of experience. 717 00:51:08,291 --> 00:51:09,916 Stop back when you're forty, eh? 718 00:51:11,333 --> 00:51:12,166 That's it? 719 00:51:12,625 --> 00:51:14,041 That is it. 720 00:51:21,750 --> 00:51:22,916 You worked for Rhodora? 721 00:51:27,666 --> 00:51:29,208 Just for a few weeks. 722 00:51:29,291 --> 00:51:31,750 So, the non-compete clause doesn't apply. 723 00:51:32,208 --> 00:51:34,375 -She fired you? -I was on a break. 724 00:51:34,458 --> 00:51:37,041 A man walked in and talked to her, and she never let it go. 725 00:51:37,125 --> 00:51:38,666 You were there for the Dease opening? 726 00:51:40,125 --> 00:51:42,416 -It was a zoo. -You know how much she generated? 727 00:51:43,458 --> 00:51:45,125 -I saw the numbers. -The buyers list? 728 00:51:46,416 --> 00:51:47,250 Every name. 729 00:51:48,500 --> 00:51:50,416 -Your client bought two. -[chuckles] 730 00:51:51,083 --> 00:51:52,125 Very resourceful. 731 00:51:53,916 --> 00:51:56,125 I've learned that you have to be. 732 00:51:59,333 --> 00:52:04,500 Rhodora had, um, a file on Dease that she kept locked away. 733 00:52:05,875 --> 00:52:08,000 One day I found the key and... 734 00:52:09,166 --> 00:52:11,583 it was a very interesting read. 735 00:52:11,666 --> 00:52:12,666 [chuckles] 736 00:52:13,166 --> 00:52:14,750 You know what? I might have an opening. 737 00:52:16,291 --> 00:52:18,583 Come back to my office and tell me what else you heard. 738 00:52:31,166 --> 00:52:32,625 [car alarm beep] 739 00:52:32,875 --> 00:52:36,625 [Gretchen] Ah, I do miss it here. 740 00:52:36,708 --> 00:52:40,541 The camaraderie, the purity of purpose, 741 00:52:41,083 --> 00:52:44,833 the Tuesday meatloaf as the cafe overlooking the tar pits. -[chuckles] -Well, on to Vetril Dease. 742 00:52:49,083 --> 00:52:52,250 In the united federation of the universe, 743 00:52:52,333 --> 00:52:55,875 I doubt there is a hotter artist at the moment. 744 00:52:56,000 --> 00:52:59,208 Do you know, since the exhibit opening, he's actually trending on Twitter. 745 00:52:59,291 --> 00:53:00,916 We're interested in showing him. 746 00:53:01,000 --> 00:53:02,875 How many pieces are we talking about? 747 00:53:02,958 --> 00:53:05,416 I can supply two owned by my client. 748 00:53:05,500 --> 00:53:08,125 And another ten on loan from the Haze Gallery. 749 00:53:09,000 --> 00:53:13,250 Send dimensions and JPEGs for the group, and we'll aim for a spot next season. 750 00:53:13,333 --> 00:53:14,833 [chuckles] 751 00:53:15,291 --> 00:53:17,208 I want them exhibited ASAP. 752 00:53:17,708 --> 00:53:19,541 Main hall, new wing. 753 00:53:20,125 --> 00:53:22,500 -Event marketing. -You know we have a process, Gretchen. 754 00:53:22,583 --> 00:53:27,500 Ooh! I had a glorious concept to support my former employer, 755 00:53:27,583 --> 00:53:30,875 and supposed premier contemporary art museum of Los Angeles, 756 00:53:30,958 --> 00:53:33,166 with a first showing of a Dease! 757 00:53:33,250 --> 00:53:35,500 We appreciate the significance, 758 00:53:35,583 --> 00:53:37,333 but there is the issue of space. 759 00:53:37,500 --> 00:53:41,500 Well, move Banyo's Horse Penis or the Jeweled Vagina. 760 00:53:41,583 --> 00:53:43,791 Put one inside the other for all I care. 761 00:53:43,875 --> 00:53:47,125 There is a tax issue, and my client wants his Dease exhibited immediately. 762 00:53:47,208 --> 00:53:51,000 Now, in return for my very generous offer, 763 00:53:51,375 --> 00:53:54,041 I also want Minkins' Sphere to be shown. 764 00:53:54,125 --> 00:53:56,041 Oh, come on, Gretchen, this isn't a rug bazaar. 765 00:53:56,125 --> 00:53:58,416 No, it's an equation with a solution at the end. 766 00:53:59,041 --> 00:54:00,250 And if you can't grasp that, 767 00:54:00,333 --> 00:54:03,458 there are other museums, I assure you, that will. 768 00:54:05,000 --> 00:54:05,958 [Jim] Ah. 769 00:54:09,083 --> 00:54:10,000 Kisses. 770 00:54:30,375 --> 00:54:32,083 [car alarm beep] 771 00:54:33,625 --> 00:54:35,666 [suspenseful music] 772 00:55:03,458 --> 00:55:04,416 -[loud bang] -Oh! 773 00:55:06,458 --> 00:55:08,041 [exhales] Sorry. 774 00:55:09,083 --> 00:55:10,291 I didn't see you there. 775 00:55:13,291 --> 00:55:15,625 Hi. I'm Morf Vandewalt. 776 00:55:15,708 --> 00:55:18,375 I'm here researching Vetril Dease. 777 00:55:18,958 --> 00:55:22,625 -I'm... writing a book about him. -What for? 778 00:55:26,291 --> 00:55:30,625 He's... He's become a prominent artist in... in the outsider school. 779 00:55:30,916 --> 00:55:32,666 Did... Did you work with him? 780 00:55:34,041 --> 00:55:35,083 Eighteen years. 781 00:55:36,875 --> 00:55:38,500 [Morf] Well, it would be extremely helpful 782 00:55:38,583 --> 00:55:40,250 if we could arrange a time to talk in depth. 783 00:55:40,375 --> 00:55:43,875 You see, I have so many questions, and there's so few people who knew him. 784 00:55:45,666 --> 00:55:47,333 There was a vet you could've talked to. 785 00:55:48,583 --> 00:55:50,958 He had a few medals and a loud mouth. 786 00:55:51,041 --> 00:55:54,625 [grunts] Liked to ride people, particularly Dease. 787 00:55:55,458 --> 00:55:58,000 [grunts] He wound up dead in a field. 788 00:55:58,583 --> 00:55:59,791 Hands tied. 789 00:56:00,916 --> 00:56:02,416 Never found who did it. 790 00:56:03,083 --> 00:56:04,000 [grunts] 791 00:56:05,833 --> 00:56:07,541 So, you're saying it was Dease? 792 00:56:08,041 --> 00:56:10,000 -[screams] Damn it! -Oh! Jesus. 793 00:56:12,791 --> 00:56:15,166 I'm saying you left him the fuck alone. 794 00:56:17,458 --> 00:56:19,083 Look, I have nothing more to say. 795 00:56:19,166 --> 00:56:21,291 And you can tell that other damn fella that, too. 796 00:56:21,541 --> 00:56:22,583 Who? 797 00:56:23,208 --> 00:56:24,833 The one who came by here yesterday. 798 00:56:25,375 --> 00:56:26,916 I don't know who that would be. 799 00:56:27,666 --> 00:56:28,708 [exhales] 800 00:56:29,458 --> 00:56:30,291 Here. 801 00:56:37,750 --> 00:56:40,416 [P.I.] Well, we've corroborated Dease's twenty-year incarceration, 802 00:56:40,541 --> 00:56:43,083 using court documents, police records, 803 00:56:43,625 --> 00:56:44,833 and work history. 804 00:56:45,791 --> 00:56:48,750 Dease left the Good Templars Orphanage at 18. 805 00:56:49,666 --> 00:56:52,541 He was drafted. Served two years in the army. 806 00:56:53,250 --> 00:56:54,416 And when he got out, 807 00:56:54,875 --> 00:56:56,875 he suffered some sort of a breakdown. 808 00:56:58,166 --> 00:56:59,083 At that point, 809 00:56:59,875 --> 00:57:02,875 he tracked down his abusive father and murdered him. 810 00:57:03,541 --> 00:57:05,083 He didn't kill him right away, though. He dragged it out for days, 811 00:57:07,958 --> 00:57:10,750 torturing him, then burning him alive. 812 00:57:11,875 --> 00:57:15,958 Dease spent two decades in a psychiatric hospital for the criminally insane. 813 00:57:16,625 --> 00:57:19,458 The facility used inmates for medical experiments. 814 00:57:20,750 --> 00:57:22,250 Injections, shocks. 815 00:57:22,333 --> 00:57:23,666 God knows what else. 816 00:57:24,083 --> 00:57:25,250 [electricity buzzes] 817 00:57:26,083 --> 00:57:27,541 They were human guinea pigs. 818 00:57:27,833 --> 00:57:29,833 Dease got released when the courts closed it. 819 00:57:30,041 --> 00:57:31,041 From there he goes to LA 820 00:57:31,375 --> 00:57:34,208 and got a job at the veterans home and lived off the grid. 821 00:57:35,125 --> 00:57:38,333 No bank account, car, license. 822 00:57:39,041 --> 00:57:40,541 Couldn't even find a usable photo. 823 00:57:41,666 --> 00:57:44,166 And you verified all this? You're sure? 824 00:57:44,916 --> 00:57:45,958 It all checked out. 825 00:57:46,458 --> 00:57:47,458 Those are the facts. 826 00:57:48,083 --> 00:57:50,541 All right, I'm gonna release this tomorrow. I'm gonna need you 827 00:57:50,625 --> 00:57:53,000 to speak to the press, attesting to your credentials, 828 00:57:53,083 --> 00:57:54,916 the authenticity of what's in the file, and... 829 00:57:55,000 --> 00:57:59,541 and the atrocious and disturbing nature of what you found, et cetera, et cetera. 830 00:58:01,291 --> 00:58:04,250 I thought this kind of stuff would raise the value of his work. 831 00:58:04,333 --> 00:58:05,458 Oh, no, no. 832 00:58:06,125 --> 00:58:07,375 This is another level. 833 00:58:08,625 --> 00:58:10,791 -Have a good night. -Nighty-night. 834 00:58:23,166 --> 00:58:25,041 You've reached Morf. Leave a message. 835 00:58:25,791 --> 00:58:27,250 Howzit, Morf? It's Jon. 836 00:58:27,333 --> 00:58:30,208 Give me a call back as soon as you can. I have something regarding Dease. 837 00:58:30,291 --> 00:58:31,875 I think might interest you greatly. 838 00:58:32,625 --> 00:58:34,625 [mysterious music] [projector sound in distance] 839 00:58:45,416 --> 00:58:47,416 [whirring] 840 00:58:52,416 --> 00:58:53,250 Hello? 841 00:58:54,500 --> 00:58:56,333 [mysterious music intensifies] 842 00:59:24,458 --> 00:59:26,583 [projector continues] 843 00:59:28,833 --> 00:59:30,041 [clunks] 844 00:59:46,250 --> 00:59:47,916 [rumbling] 845 00:59:57,125 --> 00:59:59,125 [mysterious music continues] 846 01:00:04,000 --> 01:00:05,541 Hello? [slamming door] 847 01:00:11,166 --> 01:00:12,416 What the hell? 848 01:00:40,416 --> 01:00:42,291 [projector stops] 849 01:01:02,791 --> 01:01:04,791 [mysterious music intensifies] 850 01:01:08,541 --> 01:01:09,708 [gasps] 851 01:01:20,958 --> 01:01:22,958 [mysterious music ends] 852 01:01:39,458 --> 01:01:40,458 Jon? 853 01:01:47,458 --> 01:01:49,458 [wind blowing] 854 01:02:06,833 --> 01:02:07,833 Jon? 855 01:02:08,333 --> 01:02:09,875 [screams] 856 01:02:13,083 --> 01:02:14,666 [breathes heavily] 857 01:02:18,041 --> 01:02:20,041 [funeral organ music] 858 01:02:21,250 --> 01:02:23,875 [Morf] Oh, we are just stuck in here, aren't we? 859 01:02:25,875 --> 01:02:28,166 What is with that cheesy organ music? 860 01:02:36,041 --> 01:02:37,875 And that casket. What color is that? 861 01:02:37,958 --> 01:02:40,750 Smog orange? Did he buy it on sale? 862 01:02:40,833 --> 01:02:42,375 [chuckles] Not so loud. 863 01:02:43,416 --> 01:02:47,166 Seriously, imagine having to spend an eternity in that. 864 01:02:47,250 --> 01:02:50,000 Jesus. Nothing is ever good enough for you. 865 01:02:51,625 --> 01:02:53,541 Well, it's my job. I'm selective. 866 01:02:54,958 --> 01:02:56,250 What are you even saying? 867 01:02:56,916 --> 01:02:58,375 Toss out taste and standards? 868 01:02:58,708 --> 01:02:59,958 Whisper the truth? 869 01:03:01,250 --> 01:03:03,083 What a tragic world that would be. 870 01:03:04,791 --> 01:03:05,958 Oh, hi. 871 01:03:07,166 --> 01:03:08,125 I'm Josephina. 872 01:03:09,041 --> 01:03:11,500 I work with Rhodora. I'm a partner at the gallery. 873 01:03:11,583 --> 01:03:15,000 -Oh, yeah. Damrish. -Oh, of course. [stammers] 874 01:03:15,083 --> 01:03:18,833 -I am just such a huge fan your work. -Thank you. 875 01:03:19,041 --> 01:03:20,708 I do the Dease collection. 876 01:03:22,291 --> 01:03:23,625 It's otherworldly. 877 01:03:24,208 --> 01:03:26,541 -Thank you. -Your review of Hoboman killed the sale. 878 01:03:26,666 --> 01:03:29,416 Instead of being seen, it's gathering dust at a storage facility. 879 01:03:29,958 --> 01:03:31,708 I am not your mouthpiece. 880 01:03:33,041 --> 01:03:34,291 [sighs deeply] 881 01:03:43,000 --> 01:03:43,958 God. 882 01:03:45,500 --> 01:03:47,333 We competed for everything, 883 01:03:48,208 --> 01:03:51,208 but I absolutely despise being here for this. 884 01:03:52,333 --> 01:03:55,125 I mean, what was he facing, to do something like that? 885 01:03:56,583 --> 01:04:00,166 He was his usual shallow self the last time we spoke. 886 01:04:03,125 --> 01:04:04,708 Started drinking again. 887 01:04:04,791 --> 01:04:06,291 Ooh, happy days. 888 01:04:07,375 --> 01:04:11,458 [clears throat] Um, this here is for family and friends only. 889 01:04:11,958 --> 01:04:12,958 Mmm. 890 01:04:13,333 --> 01:04:16,041 Well, Jon started at my gallery, so... 891 01:04:16,375 --> 01:04:18,625 I mean, where the hell else would I sit? 892 01:04:21,250 --> 01:04:23,541 [clergyman] Ladies and gentleman, if we may begin. 893 01:04:24,916 --> 01:04:26,666 -[Josephina breathing heavily] -[Morf moaning] 894 01:04:26,833 --> 01:04:29,958 -Did you take a Viagra or something? -[Morf grunts] I'm almost there. 895 01:04:31,625 --> 01:04:33,708 -[Josephina] No. I'm going on my back. -[grunts] 896 01:04:33,875 --> 01:04:36,375 -[Morf] No. -I can't stay like this. 897 01:04:37,958 --> 01:04:39,166 [Josephina moans] 898 01:04:39,666 --> 01:04:43,375 Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah! [moans] 899 01:04:44,083 --> 01:04:44,958 Open your eyes. 900 01:04:49,250 --> 01:04:51,583 [grunts] I'm down here. 901 01:04:53,291 --> 01:04:54,291 [moans] 902 01:04:54,375 --> 01:04:55,500 [gasps] 903 01:04:55,583 --> 01:04:57,250 Oh, God damn it. 904 01:04:59,125 --> 01:05:00,166 Something's wrong. 905 01:05:00,625 --> 01:05:03,458 We've got a fucking problem. Literally. 906 01:05:03,541 --> 01:05:05,458 I'm seeing things, um... 907 01:05:06,666 --> 01:05:07,833 Things moving. 908 01:05:09,083 --> 01:05:11,083 Seriously, I'm really scared. 909 01:05:11,500 --> 01:05:13,041 I was turned on by your passion, 910 01:05:13,125 --> 01:05:14,958 from listening to your intelligent mind, 911 01:05:15,041 --> 01:05:17,083 and now you've turned into I don't know what. 912 01:05:20,333 --> 01:05:22,333 Your reviews have fallen off, and you still have feelings for Ed, admit it. 913 01:05:25,250 --> 01:05:26,916 I do not have feelings for Ed. 914 01:05:27,291 --> 01:05:30,625 Gretchen ran into him, and he said that you two were talking and working it out. 915 01:05:30,708 --> 01:05:32,166 Well, Ed is a big liar, 916 01:05:32,416 --> 01:05:33,750 and Gretchen is a bitch! 917 01:05:33,833 --> 01:05:37,541 -I checked your phone. You made six calls. -He was moving out, we were coordinating. 918 01:05:37,625 --> 01:05:39,458 What do you mean, my reviews have fallen off? 919 01:05:40,208 --> 01:05:41,500 You're right. 920 01:05:41,583 --> 01:05:43,666 Your edge. Makes sense. 921 01:05:43,750 --> 01:05:46,750 You don't know what you like or even want. 922 01:05:47,250 --> 01:05:48,833 I'll tell you what I did like. 923 01:05:49,250 --> 01:05:50,916 [raised voice] Ricky Blane's show. 924 01:05:51,000 --> 01:05:53,041 But you jammed me to crush him! 925 01:05:53,625 --> 01:05:55,083 Don't lay that on me. 926 01:05:55,291 --> 01:05:58,166 Like he was your first bad review. Gimme a break. 927 01:05:59,875 --> 01:06:01,500 I'm not saying that I blame you. 928 01:06:01,583 --> 01:06:03,875 -I'm saying that I regret it. -[crying] 929 01:06:06,500 --> 01:06:07,583 Hey, uh... 930 01:06:10,166 --> 01:06:13,000 I think that I've been staring too long 931 01:06:13,083 --> 01:06:16,083 at all this Dease art and all his material. 932 01:06:17,041 --> 01:06:20,250 I'm... I'm gonna get my vision checked. This will pass. 933 01:06:20,875 --> 01:06:22,333 -Hey. -[breathing heavily] 934 01:06:24,208 --> 01:06:26,250 Listen to my intelligent mind. 935 01:06:36,500 --> 01:06:37,333 [Piers] Well? 936 01:06:37,583 --> 01:06:39,000 I'm not pickled. 937 01:06:40,583 --> 01:06:43,458 It's a small step, I suppose, toward something, but 938 01:06:44,000 --> 01:06:45,041 let's talk turkey. 939 01:06:45,666 --> 01:06:47,416 What are you afraid of? 940 01:06:48,833 --> 01:06:51,041 We go way, way back. 941 01:06:53,625 --> 01:06:55,958 I wanna share with you a little somethin' somethin'. 942 01:07:05,708 --> 01:07:08,291 "Dependency murders creativity. 943 01:07:08,791 --> 01:07:11,833 Creativity plays with the unknown. 944 01:07:12,791 --> 01:07:17,791 No strategies exist that can enclose the endless realm 945 01:07:18,458 --> 01:07:19,416 of the new. 946 01:07:20,083 --> 01:07:22,208 Only trust in yourself 947 01:07:22,291 --> 01:07:24,583 can carry you past your fears 948 01:07:25,208 --> 01:07:27,000 and the already known." 949 01:07:28,708 --> 01:07:32,083 That's Polly Anna, 1983. 950 01:07:32,666 --> 01:07:35,541 I found it clearing out her apartment after she OD'd. 951 01:07:37,666 --> 01:07:40,416 I gave up being an artist a long time ago, 952 01:07:40,958 --> 01:07:42,541 but I know how this works. 953 01:07:43,125 --> 01:07:44,625 Forget about the art world. 954 01:07:44,708 --> 01:07:47,750 You need to get away from here, from all this. Take a break. 955 01:07:47,833 --> 01:07:50,500 Use my beach house and stay there 956 01:07:50,583 --> 01:07:53,333 until you do something for nobody but yourself. 957 01:07:59,375 --> 01:08:01,041 [doctor] Which one's better? One. 958 01:08:01,958 --> 01:08:03,041 -Two. -[Morf] Two. 959 01:08:03,125 --> 01:08:06,000 [doctor] All right. Two. One. Better, worse, no different? 960 01:08:07,875 --> 01:08:08,916 No different. 961 01:08:09,666 --> 01:08:11,208 All right. There we go. 962 01:08:14,458 --> 01:08:15,833 All right. Well, 963 01:08:16,916 --> 01:08:20,458 your acuity has actually improved since your last prescription. 964 01:08:20,958 --> 01:08:24,000 I was hoping you'd find something to explain what's happening. 965 01:08:24,166 --> 01:08:26,125 Mmm. The phantom movements? 966 01:08:26,625 --> 01:08:28,500 I think I have Charles Bonnet syndrome. 967 01:08:28,583 --> 01:08:30,958 Hallucinations, visions, moving objects. 968 01:08:31,041 --> 01:08:32,875 You've been on the Internet. Yeah. 969 01:08:33,041 --> 01:08:35,791 [inhales] It's highly doubtful in the absence of other factors. 970 01:08:35,875 --> 01:08:39,416 But let's make another appointment for this week. 971 01:08:40,083 --> 01:08:43,583 I dilated your eyes, so you have to wear these for a few hours. 972 01:08:47,125 --> 01:08:48,458 These are heinous. 973 01:08:52,375 --> 01:08:53,500 [car beeps] 974 01:08:59,250 --> 01:09:00,083 Shit. 975 01:09:02,541 --> 01:09:04,541 -Fuck. -[phone rings] 976 01:09:06,291 --> 01:09:07,625 Yes, who is this? 977 01:09:07,708 --> 01:09:10,416 -It's me. -Oh, how clever. You blocked your number. 978 01:09:10,500 --> 01:09:12,291 'Cause you won't answer my calls. 979 01:09:12,375 --> 01:09:15,791 Well, after your vile voice message yesterday, are you surprised? 980 01:09:15,875 --> 01:09:17,583 -Wha-- I-- [grunts] -[car approaching] 981 01:09:19,041 --> 01:09:21,791 Telling Josephina I am still with Ed? 982 01:09:21,875 --> 01:09:24,708 -Oh! That's my crime? -We broke up. 983 01:09:24,791 --> 01:09:27,291 I was coordinating with him moving out. 984 01:09:27,833 --> 01:09:30,125 Honestly, I expected an apology. 985 01:09:30,208 --> 01:09:33,958 Ed said precisely there was more to it than that. I merely passed it on. 986 01:09:35,541 --> 01:09:37,166 [muffled shouting] You're a joke! 987 01:09:37,875 --> 01:09:40,791 You have no credibility in any way! 988 01:09:40,875 --> 01:09:43,833 Oh, really? Well, in that case, I suppose there's no truth whatsoever 989 01:09:43,916 --> 01:09:47,250 in your little friend Josephina sniffing around Damrish, who, might I add, 990 01:09:47,333 --> 01:09:50,291 are literally about to drive off into the sunset together. 991 01:09:52,541 --> 01:09:53,750 [car engine starts] 992 01:09:55,208 --> 01:09:56,166 [tires screeching] 993 01:10:06,833 --> 01:10:07,666 [Morf] Gita? 994 01:10:09,041 --> 01:10:11,083 -Yes. -Hi. 995 01:10:11,208 --> 01:10:13,416 -I'm Morf Vande-- -Vandewalt. 996 01:10:13,500 --> 01:10:15,875 -Yes. -Of course. I've read you for years. 997 01:10:15,958 --> 01:10:17,125 Yes. [mutters] 998 01:10:17,791 --> 01:10:20,333 Are those the new Persols? 999 01:10:21,458 --> 01:10:23,125 Yeah. That's right. 1000 01:10:24,041 --> 01:10:24,958 Mmm. 1001 01:10:25,833 --> 01:10:27,083 That's a Freud. 1002 01:10:27,750 --> 01:10:30,000 -Yes, it is. -I've never seen that one before. 1003 01:10:30,166 --> 01:10:32,500 It's been in a crate since '92. 1004 01:10:32,833 --> 01:10:34,250 And it's going back in one. 1005 01:10:35,250 --> 01:10:39,375 I loved your exhibit brochure on Dease, by the way. 1006 01:10:40,208 --> 01:10:41,083 Thank you. 1007 01:10:42,000 --> 01:10:44,875 As I said on the phone, I'm expanding it into a book. 1008 01:10:45,375 --> 01:10:47,125 Well, there's enough there for one. 1009 01:10:48,541 --> 01:10:51,166 You cataloged the collection presale. 1010 01:10:51,458 --> 01:10:52,583 Oh, not cataloged. 1011 01:10:52,750 --> 01:10:56,958 My primary focus became Dease's distinctive methodology. 1012 01:10:57,625 --> 01:11:02,166 I spent three weeks identifying conventions, workflow, classifications. 1013 01:11:02,250 --> 01:11:06,083 It was almost impossible to delineate between working materials and 1014 01:11:06,791 --> 01:11:08,208 personal effects. 1015 01:11:10,000 --> 01:11:12,333 Frankly, I was glad to finish. 1016 01:11:12,541 --> 01:11:13,375 [Morf] Hmm. 1017 01:11:15,458 --> 01:11:17,500 Well, I wasn't aware there were any personal effects 1018 01:11:17,583 --> 01:11:19,125 besides the ones in my possession. 1019 01:11:20,500 --> 01:11:22,333 None in a traditional sense. 1020 01:11:22,416 --> 01:11:24,291 I mean, as in tissue. 1021 01:11:24,791 --> 01:11:26,125 [chuckles] 1022 01:11:28,458 --> 01:11:29,375 Paper? 1023 01:11:30,791 --> 01:11:32,958 Perhaps you should speak with Rhodora. 1024 01:11:33,625 --> 01:11:34,958 Rhodora is... 1025 01:11:35,833 --> 01:11:37,125 backing the book. 1026 01:11:37,458 --> 01:11:41,416 I have her full support and confidence, of course. 1027 01:11:48,166 --> 01:11:49,958 Tissue as in blood serum. 1028 01:11:50,833 --> 01:11:52,791 The artist's, I assume. 1029 01:11:52,875 --> 01:11:56,333 He used it to create the reddish blacks and the shadows. 1030 01:11:57,791 --> 01:11:59,458 It was in every piece we studied. 1031 01:12:02,625 --> 01:12:05,583 [Jim] That is an outrageous request. Even coming from you. 1032 01:12:05,666 --> 01:12:08,083 I don't get your pushback on a Minkins 1033 01:12:08,166 --> 01:12:11,583 retrospective here, in the fall, of all his major works. 1034 01:12:11,666 --> 01:12:13,375 We already agreed to put up Sphere 1035 01:12:13,458 --> 01:12:15,375 in exchange for you bringing us twelve Dease. 1036 01:12:15,458 --> 01:12:19,000 Seriously, Gretchen, it's rude and dumb. If you wanted to ram more 1037 01:12:19,083 --> 01:12:21,958 of your collector's hoard down our throats to increase their value, 1038 01:12:22,041 --> 01:12:24,208 you should have done so before the Dease deal was locked, 1039 01:12:24,291 --> 01:12:26,125 not the night before the exhibit's open. 1040 01:12:26,208 --> 01:12:29,416 I hear marketing has high hopes of a traveling Dease collection. 1041 01:12:29,500 --> 01:12:31,041 They've even run projections. 1042 01:12:31,125 --> 01:12:35,208 [inhales] So, I believe my "leverage" looking ahead is considerable. 1043 01:12:35,291 --> 01:12:36,166 Mm-mmm. 1044 01:12:36,250 --> 01:12:38,916 There's absolutely no space in the fall to put on a Minkins show. 1045 01:12:39,000 --> 01:12:41,250 Well, I'm going to meet with your board tomorrow 1046 01:12:41,333 --> 01:12:45,166 and suggest a reduction in the emerging artist exhibit. 1047 01:12:45,958 --> 01:12:47,416 They don't sell any tickets anyway. 1048 01:12:48,500 --> 01:12:50,583 -Over my dead body. -[sighs] 1049 01:12:52,541 --> 01:12:54,541 [exhales deeply] 1050 01:12:58,291 --> 01:12:59,708 [Coco] Um, Gretchen? 1051 01:13:01,708 --> 01:13:04,291 The hard copy PR material's been sorted, 1052 01:13:04,375 --> 01:13:06,666 and the electronic kits get sent at midnight. 1053 01:13:06,791 --> 01:13:07,708 Be here early. 1054 01:13:08,125 --> 01:13:10,458 And inform me of any celebrities or art stars. 1055 01:13:12,166 --> 01:13:15,291 Um, if it's all right with you, I'd like to go home 1056 01:13:15,375 --> 01:13:17,000 and get a few hours of sleep? 1057 01:13:17,791 --> 01:13:20,458 Has the lighting been corrected on Sphere? 1058 01:13:21,166 --> 01:13:23,500 Oh, the side lights, yes. I had them leave it lit, 1059 01:13:23,583 --> 01:13:25,000 so you could see it when you leave. 1060 01:13:26,500 --> 01:13:27,416 Then run along. 1061 01:13:30,625 --> 01:13:31,625 [Coco] Good night. 1062 01:13:39,958 --> 01:13:41,208 [door opens] 1063 01:13:43,916 --> 01:13:45,208 [door closes] 1064 01:13:45,666 --> 01:13:47,666 [ominous music] [giggles] 1065 01:14:34,041 --> 01:14:36,041 [ominous music intensifies] 1066 01:15:03,458 --> 01:15:04,375 [scoffs] 1067 01:15:05,750 --> 01:15:06,875 [exhales] 1068 01:15:08,541 --> 01:15:09,791 [music sting] 1069 01:15:11,166 --> 01:15:12,333 [stutters loudly] 1070 01:15:14,416 --> 01:15:16,625 [shouting] Help! [screams] 1071 01:15:18,000 --> 01:15:19,083 Help! 1072 01:15:20,500 --> 01:15:22,500 -[arm crunching] -[screams] 1073 01:15:33,750 --> 01:15:38,208 [“Für Elise” ringtone playing] 1074 01:15:38,291 --> 01:15:39,208 Hello. 1075 01:15:41,875 --> 01:15:42,708 No. 1076 01:15:44,583 --> 01:15:45,458 When? 1077 01:15:46,500 --> 01:15:47,333 This morning. 1078 01:15:49,166 --> 01:15:51,125 Somehow she got stuck inside of it. 1079 01:15:53,000 --> 01:15:57,541 There was some kind of malfunction, and I guess it just, like, 1080 01:15:58,416 --> 01:16:01,041 completely took her arm off and she bled to death. 1081 01:16:02,333 --> 01:16:03,291 It was horrible. 1082 01:16:04,791 --> 01:16:07,291 Security guards thought it was part of a new installation, 1083 01:16:07,375 --> 01:16:09,208 so they just opened up and let people in. 1084 01:16:10,916 --> 01:16:13,333 The Dease pop-up announcement was blasted last night, 1085 01:16:13,416 --> 01:16:14,791 so everyone was heading there. 1086 01:16:16,416 --> 01:16:18,625 People just walked by like she was part of an exhibit. 1087 01:16:20,458 --> 01:16:22,250 Then a school tour came along. 1088 01:16:23,750 --> 01:16:25,666 The kids thought it was fake blood, 1089 01:16:25,750 --> 01:16:28,458 so they just started stepping in it and spreading it around and... 1090 01:16:29,333 --> 01:16:31,625 Who knows how long it would have gone on for until Coco came in to do press for the Dease show, 1091 01:16:36,000 --> 01:16:38,000 and she saw Gretchen and just lost it. 1092 01:16:38,291 --> 01:16:39,458 [screams] 1093 01:16:42,458 --> 01:16:43,500 Are you still there? 1094 01:16:44,291 --> 01:16:45,375 Rhodora? 1095 01:16:45,625 --> 01:16:46,708 I don't understand. 1096 01:16:48,458 --> 01:16:50,875 Bryson, then Jon. Now Gretchen. 1097 01:16:51,375 --> 01:16:53,375 What the fuck is going on? 1098 01:16:53,875 --> 01:16:54,833 I don't know. 1099 01:16:56,416 --> 01:16:58,375 I mean, we just saw her last night. 1100 01:17:00,000 --> 01:17:02,208 They closed that wing of the museum, but... 1101 01:17:03,291 --> 01:17:05,375 I hear the Dease exhibit is mobbed. 1102 01:17:06,625 --> 01:17:07,833 [Rhodora shooing] 1103 01:17:07,916 --> 01:17:09,625 -Hey. Go. -[meows] 1104 01:17:10,083 --> 01:17:13,041 We're spiking on Moments and Instagram. It's a major hit. 1105 01:17:13,625 --> 01:17:15,291 Rhodora, are you still there? 1106 01:17:15,833 --> 01:17:17,166 Did you hear what I just said? 1107 01:17:17,833 --> 01:17:18,666 Yeah. 1108 01:17:19,125 --> 01:17:21,250 The Dease exhibit is booming. 1109 01:17:22,208 --> 01:17:23,708 [doorbell rings] 1110 01:17:25,208 --> 01:17:26,875 There's someone at my door. I gotta go. 1111 01:17:31,625 --> 01:17:33,083 [knock at door] 1112 01:17:33,958 --> 01:17:34,958 [sighs] 1113 01:17:37,791 --> 01:17:38,750 Did you... 1114 01:17:39,375 --> 01:17:40,541 hear about Gretchen? 1115 01:17:42,708 --> 01:17:43,708 [crying] Did you? 1116 01:17:45,458 --> 01:17:47,458 -Oh, Jesus. -[exhales] 1117 01:17:47,791 --> 01:17:49,875 -Can you believe it? -You have to leave. 1118 01:17:49,958 --> 01:17:52,125 [shouts] You just can't, well, just walk in like this! 1119 01:17:52,208 --> 01:17:54,958 Well, I need to be with someone right now. I'd think you would, too. 1120 01:17:55,041 --> 01:17:56,041 [tapping] 1121 01:17:57,083 --> 01:17:58,125 What's going on? 1122 01:17:59,583 --> 01:18:01,666 Are you kidding me? 1123 01:18:03,458 --> 01:18:05,125 We're not together. I was clear. 1124 01:18:06,208 --> 01:18:07,625 You said, "a break." 1125 01:18:13,458 --> 01:18:16,333 The admiration I had for your work 1126 01:18:16,875 --> 01:18:19,958 has completely evaporated! 1127 01:18:20,500 --> 01:18:23,458 Hey, man, I wasn't trying to jump your train, okay? 1128 01:18:23,666 --> 01:18:24,875 She said you two were done. 1129 01:18:24,958 --> 01:18:26,666 Are we? Are we? 1130 01:18:28,625 --> 01:18:30,666 Say we don't share something real. 1131 01:18:38,000 --> 01:18:41,125 I was never particularly obsessed. 1132 01:18:42,083 --> 01:18:43,000 Oh! 1133 01:18:49,166 --> 01:18:50,208 [sniffs] 1134 01:19:01,000 --> 01:19:03,000 [sentimental music] 1135 01:19:22,666 --> 01:19:23,666 [gasps] 1136 01:19:33,666 --> 01:19:35,750 We expected you yesterday. 1137 01:19:35,833 --> 01:19:39,291 We closed the exhibit for half a day in anticipation, actually. 1138 01:19:39,375 --> 01:19:41,750 I thought Artweb were clear on the timing. 1139 01:19:41,875 --> 01:19:44,333 I know, I'm sorry. It's my fault. 1140 01:19:44,416 --> 01:19:45,750 I know it's pre-debut. 1141 01:19:46,083 --> 01:19:48,208 Just been experiencing some personal matters. 1142 01:19:48,833 --> 01:19:51,083 Then, of course, Gretchen this morning. 1143 01:19:51,708 --> 01:19:53,916 -If this isn't a good time... -No, it's fine. 1144 01:19:54,500 --> 01:19:55,333 It's overdue. 1145 01:19:56,166 --> 01:19:58,625 -I'll write my review and file it today. -Hmm. 1146 01:19:59,583 --> 01:20:02,791 Lillith Vanlandingham is storming the world 1147 01:20:02,875 --> 01:20:04,916 with her revolutionary sound exhibits. 1148 01:20:05,250 --> 01:20:09,291 She won the Nam June Paik Award last year. Her latest piece is called Mysticete. 1149 01:20:09,750 --> 01:20:13,416 As discussed, we have arranged for you to experience the exhibit alone. 1150 01:20:17,083 --> 01:20:18,125 [sighs] 1151 01:20:20,500 --> 01:20:21,833 [inhales deeply] 1152 01:20:22,416 --> 01:20:24,291 [Morf] Look at him standing there. 1153 01:20:24,666 --> 01:20:26,458 He only embraces what he knows. 1154 01:20:26,541 --> 01:20:30,583 [male voice] Undoubtedly one of the worst exhibits of contemporary art history. 1155 01:20:30,666 --> 01:20:34,166 [Morf] Piece for piece, it's the biggest waste of steel since the Titanic. 1156 01:20:34,250 --> 01:20:36,583 [male voice 2] This painful exhibit should be bulldozed. 1157 01:20:36,666 --> 01:20:40,416 [Morf] Remove the spotlight of hype and his latest work is a snoozefest. 1158 01:20:40,500 --> 01:20:42,708 Seriously, Ms. Minati, I am talking to you. 1159 01:20:42,791 --> 01:20:44,125 [female voice echoing Morf] 1160 01:20:44,208 --> 01:20:47,291 [Morf] It seems you have no one around you to say this. Stop it. 1161 01:20:47,416 --> 01:20:49,166 Shut up the shed. 1162 01:20:49,250 --> 01:20:51,916 There are no redeeming qualities to the show. Nothing but embarrassed-- 1163 01:20:52,000 --> 01:20:54,500 [male voice] The best thing about the show is the French rosé being offered. 1164 01:20:54,583 --> 01:20:57,166 [male voice 3] It's an ugly piece to look at, and faintly nauseating. 1165 01:20:57,250 --> 01:20:59,125 [Morf] It's gone from innocent and stupid... 1166 01:20:59,208 --> 01:21:01,000 [male voice 4] I'll hate you forever for saying that! 1167 01:21:01,083 --> 01:21:04,291 -[male voice 5] Lazily concealed. -[female voice] Vile. Deceitful! 1168 01:21:04,666 --> 01:21:07,125 -[loud screeching] -Deceitful! 1169 01:21:07,750 --> 01:21:08,750 [male voices] Morf! 1170 01:21:08,833 --> 01:21:10,916 [male voice 6] Judgment should be judged. 1171 01:21:12,958 --> 01:21:14,750 [male voice 7] It is a monumental failure. 1172 01:21:14,833 --> 01:21:16,375 [voices echoing] Morf! 1173 01:21:17,208 --> 01:21:20,041 [overlapping voices] [indistinct, distorted chatter] 1174 01:21:20,916 --> 01:21:23,250 [male voice 8] Ricky Blane is the classic case 1175 01:21:23,333 --> 01:21:25,958 of presenting a poser as cutting edge. 1176 01:21:26,125 --> 01:21:29,625 [indistinct voices shouting] 1177 01:21:30,416 --> 01:21:32,125 [car skidding] 1178 01:21:32,208 --> 01:21:33,125 [bangs] 1179 01:21:35,875 --> 01:21:38,500 [gallery owner] Sorry for the delay. Our computer crashed. 1180 01:21:38,583 --> 01:21:40,333 We're-- We'll start it now. 1181 01:21:41,000 --> 01:21:43,750 [whimpering] What did I just hear? 1182 01:21:44,208 --> 01:21:46,583 Nothing. This is a soundproof room. 1183 01:21:47,916 --> 01:21:48,750 Voi... 1184 01:21:51,041 --> 01:21:52,000 Voices. 1185 01:21:53,041 --> 01:21:54,375 I've no idea. 1186 01:21:54,958 --> 01:21:58,125 Mysticete is a symphony of whale intonation 1187 01:21:58,208 --> 01:22:02,375 recorded 20,000 feet under the sea in the Mariana Trench. 1188 01:22:04,000 --> 01:22:05,416 You are up for this? 1189 01:22:14,583 --> 01:22:15,666 [breathes heavily] 1190 01:22:22,458 --> 01:22:23,833 [Morf] I am seeing things. 1191 01:22:23,916 --> 01:22:28,250 [breath trembling] I'm hearing things. 1192 01:22:28,333 --> 01:22:29,958 Unexplainable things. 1193 01:22:30,875 --> 01:22:32,250 Impossible things. 1194 01:22:33,708 --> 01:22:35,125 And this is hard to admit 1195 01:22:35,500 --> 01:22:37,500 as an adherent of the here and now 1196 01:22:38,166 --> 01:22:40,750 and a denier of childish belief. 1197 01:22:40,833 --> 01:22:45,041 But something truly goddamn strange is going on! 1198 01:22:49,375 --> 01:22:50,666 What happened to Bryson? 1199 01:22:50,791 --> 01:22:53,250 According to the police, he had an accident 1200 01:22:53,333 --> 01:22:54,625 and he wandered into the desert. 1201 01:22:54,708 --> 01:22:56,291 I spoke to the police. 1202 01:22:56,375 --> 01:22:59,208 They have video surveillance of the night that Bryson went missing. 1203 01:22:59,291 --> 01:23:01,625 He was loading crates of art into his truck. 1204 01:23:01,708 --> 01:23:02,541 Okay. 1205 01:23:03,375 --> 01:23:05,000 What was in those crates? 1206 01:23:05,083 --> 01:23:06,375 And all this relates how? 1207 01:23:07,166 --> 01:23:08,208 Dease! 1208 01:23:09,750 --> 01:23:13,541 His altered mental state, tortured soul, phases of the goddamn moon! 1209 01:23:13,625 --> 01:23:14,916 [shouting] I don't know how! 1210 01:23:15,333 --> 01:23:16,375 These deaths. 1211 01:23:16,833 --> 01:23:18,083 The disappearance. 1212 01:23:18,166 --> 01:23:20,375 Everything that is now happening, 1213 01:23:20,458 --> 01:23:22,666 it's all connected to his art. 1214 01:23:22,750 --> 01:23:26,500 [breathing heavily] Imbued with some spirit... 1215 01:23:27,416 --> 01:23:31,125 cr... created out of some vital ideal. 1216 01:23:31,208 --> 01:23:33,041 It's a bit Baroque, don't you think? 1217 01:23:33,125 --> 01:23:35,458 -I came here to warn you. -Okay. [chuckles] 1218 01:23:36,000 --> 01:23:38,916 You know what? It's been a fucked-up few weeks! 1219 01:23:39,000 --> 01:23:40,208 But listen to yourself! 1220 01:23:40,291 --> 01:23:42,208 I spoke to the building owners doing research. 1221 01:23:43,416 --> 01:23:44,791 They were surprised 1222 01:23:45,250 --> 01:23:47,250 to hear Dease's art was being sold. 1223 01:23:47,333 --> 01:23:48,458 Apparently, 1224 01:23:48,958 --> 01:23:53,583 he left explicit instructions that it all be destroyed. 1225 01:23:53,666 --> 01:23:57,625 -What are you saying? -[yelling] Stop selling Dease! 1226 01:23:58,833 --> 01:24:00,833 -It's an eight-figure collection... -[sighs deeply] 1227 01:24:00,916 --> 01:24:03,791 ...and you want me to stop selling over some spirit? 1228 01:24:03,875 --> 01:24:05,875 I am writing an article about this. 1229 01:24:06,208 --> 01:24:10,041 About Dease, his past, his methods, everything that has gone down. 1230 01:24:10,541 --> 01:24:13,000 -Well, you'll kill your career. -Get rid of it. 1231 01:24:13,458 --> 01:24:15,833 Box it all, all of it away. 1232 01:24:18,083 --> 01:24:19,250 That's what I'm doing. 1233 01:24:25,250 --> 01:24:27,250 All art is dangerous, Morf. 1234 01:24:30,916 --> 01:24:34,000 [Rhodora] Oh, it's just been a feeding frenzy since the debut. 1235 01:24:35,208 --> 01:24:38,416 What's changed is we ran new metrics and realized that 1236 01:24:38,916 --> 01:24:41,291 we've been overly precious with supply. 1237 01:24:42,666 --> 01:24:44,750 I sent you six Dease JPEGs, 1238 01:24:44,833 --> 01:24:48,333 all available for immediate purchase at the quoted price 1239 01:24:48,791 --> 01:24:52,041 and destined for significant appreciation. 1240 01:24:54,875 --> 01:24:56,833 All of them. Well, that's swell. 1241 01:24:58,416 --> 01:24:59,708 I'll send the papers. 1242 01:25:01,458 --> 01:25:03,083 Okay. Yeah. 1243 01:25:03,750 --> 01:25:04,958 I'll see you in Basel. 1244 01:25:05,250 --> 01:25:06,625 [Josephina] What's going on? 1245 01:25:07,166 --> 01:25:09,916 We closed the first phase on Dease. Why are we selling more? 1246 01:25:10,000 --> 01:25:12,000 Morf is hell-bent on writing a story. 1247 01:25:12,916 --> 01:25:15,125 He's connecting Bryson's disappearance 1248 01:25:16,041 --> 01:25:18,333 and Jon and Gretchen's deaths to the Dease art. 1249 01:25:18,416 --> 01:25:21,208 He believes they're somehow channeling some sort of... 1250 01:25:22,583 --> 01:25:23,416 spirit. 1251 01:25:23,500 --> 01:25:25,166 Spirit? [stammers] 1252 01:25:25,708 --> 01:25:27,041 What kind of spirit? 1253 01:25:27,125 --> 01:25:28,666 I don't know the varieties. 1254 01:25:29,500 --> 01:25:31,625 So he writes some batshit story. Who cares? 1255 01:25:31,708 --> 01:25:34,833 We don't sell durable goods, we peddle perception. 1256 01:25:35,000 --> 01:25:36,333 Thin as a bubble. 1257 01:25:36,916 --> 01:25:40,333 Call your buyers, sell as much Dease as you can before he posts something. 1258 01:25:44,666 --> 01:25:45,916 [door opens] 1259 01:25:47,333 --> 01:25:48,458 [door closes] 1260 01:25:49,083 --> 01:25:51,083 [ominous music] -Who's next? -You have Roxy on one. 1261 01:25:58,291 --> 01:26:02,041 [Rhodora] Hey, babe. Circling back on you wanting some museum-quality Dease. 1262 01:26:12,375 --> 01:26:14,250 -[phone vibrating] -[Morf sighs] 1263 01:26:32,000 --> 01:26:33,333 Baby, that's raw silk. Your shoes. 1264 01:26:35,500 --> 01:26:36,541 Pop this. 1265 01:26:40,666 --> 01:26:41,666 [pops] 1266 01:26:42,250 --> 01:26:43,750 You've got strong hands. 1267 01:26:45,791 --> 01:26:47,375 You ever look at this painting? 1268 01:26:47,666 --> 01:26:49,750 You ever notice anything about this painting? 1269 01:26:52,333 --> 01:26:54,083 You look at it long enough and it moves. 1270 01:27:00,041 --> 01:27:01,333 [Josephina sighs] 1271 01:27:02,333 --> 01:27:04,333 -[clinks] -[Josephina exhales] 1272 01:27:06,708 --> 01:27:08,916 -Mmm. -It's alive. 1273 01:27:11,666 --> 01:27:14,333 -I've just sold it. -What? I would have bought it. 1274 01:27:15,375 --> 01:27:16,375 You couldn't afford it. 1275 01:27:17,833 --> 01:27:20,750 We don't want it. Trust me, I'm doing you a favor. 1276 01:27:24,875 --> 01:27:27,291 -[moans] -I gotta get down to Traction Avenue. 1277 01:27:27,375 --> 01:27:29,208 -I thought we were spending the night in. -Yeah. 1278 01:27:29,291 --> 01:27:31,833 Something just came up, and I gotta take care of it tonight. 1279 01:27:32,541 --> 01:27:33,875 You're blowing me off. 1280 01:27:34,625 --> 01:27:36,958 -I want you to come. -[sighs] 1281 01:27:38,041 --> 01:27:40,041 [breathes heavily] 1282 01:27:41,583 --> 01:27:42,916 [phone vibrating] 1283 01:27:49,250 --> 01:27:51,000 Why do you keep calling me? 1284 01:27:51,125 --> 01:27:51,958 [Josephina] Why? 1285 01:27:52,500 --> 01:27:56,541 We break up, and you write an article to completely destroy my livelihood. 1286 01:27:56,625 --> 01:27:58,916 I am not doing this to get back at you. 1287 01:27:59,000 --> 01:28:03,125 It's Dease's art. I think any of us who profited from it are in danger. 1288 01:28:03,208 --> 01:28:04,875 So, you just blasted it out there? 1289 01:28:05,750 --> 01:28:07,416 Jesus Christ. I am reading it right now. 1290 01:28:07,500 --> 01:28:09,958 Are you aware that you've completely lost your mind? 1291 01:28:10,041 --> 01:28:13,708 We don't realize the value of friends until they're gone. 1292 01:28:15,625 --> 01:28:17,833 I still consider you a friend, Josephina. 1293 01:28:18,833 --> 01:28:21,375 [shouting] Go fuck yourself and lose my number! 1294 01:28:23,416 --> 01:28:25,416 Well, fine, then. All right. [phone dialing and ringing] 1295 01:28:32,208 --> 01:28:33,083 [Coco] Hello? 1296 01:28:33,583 --> 01:28:34,583 It's Morf. Oh, hi. 1297 01:28:35,833 --> 01:28:37,833 A timetable is moved up. 1298 01:28:38,583 --> 01:28:41,375 I'm storing some art and I'm leaving immediately. 1299 01:28:41,458 --> 01:28:43,791 I need an assistant part-time here while I'm gone. 1300 01:28:43,875 --> 01:28:46,958 -Well, I'm available. -Yeah. Can you start tonight? 1301 01:28:47,166 --> 01:28:49,416 Um, I guess so. Sure. 1302 01:28:49,500 --> 01:28:51,916 I need to give you the keys to my house and my storage space. 1303 01:28:52,000 --> 01:28:55,875 There's an overlook on Mulholland, right off Cahuenga. 1304 01:28:56,166 --> 01:28:58,166 -I know the one. -Good. I'll meet you there. 1305 01:29:03,541 --> 01:29:05,750 [car door opens and closes] 1306 01:29:07,375 --> 01:29:09,125 Mr. Vandewalt. Hi. 1307 01:29:10,875 --> 01:29:12,458 I posted it, Coco. 1308 01:29:14,291 --> 01:29:16,125 And with this article, I'm... I'm... 1309 01:29:16,875 --> 01:29:19,125 I'm pouring gas on myself. I'm lighting a match. 1310 01:29:19,916 --> 01:29:21,125 I don't have a choice. 1311 01:29:22,291 --> 01:29:24,291 It has been revealed to me 1312 01:29:25,291 --> 01:29:28,375 that there is some sort of larger power... 1313 01:29:30,291 --> 01:29:34,500 some entity invested in our endeavor. 1314 01:29:36,583 --> 01:29:37,666 Invested how? 1315 01:29:38,250 --> 01:29:40,500 In... [breathes deeply] 1316 01:29:40,791 --> 01:29:42,166 the violation 1317 01:29:44,083 --> 01:29:45,500 of inviolate rules. 1318 01:29:48,041 --> 01:29:49,500 Have I gone mad? 1319 01:29:50,125 --> 01:29:52,041 Oh, not to me. 1320 01:29:52,125 --> 01:29:54,333 I found both bodies. 1321 01:29:54,416 --> 01:29:57,000 [stammers] I'm sleeping with my lights on. 1322 01:29:57,500 --> 01:30:00,333 On top of which, if I don't land a steady job soon, 1323 01:30:00,416 --> 01:30:02,000 I'm gonna have to go back to Michigan. 1324 01:30:08,666 --> 01:30:10,125 I have to tell you something. 1325 01:30:11,750 --> 01:30:12,583 What? 1326 01:30:13,583 --> 01:30:17,875 I was Rhodora's personal assistant, right? I saw her checks, I rolled calls with her. 1327 01:30:18,625 --> 01:30:20,666 I think she sometimes forgot when I was on them. 1328 01:30:20,875 --> 01:30:21,708 Tell me. 1329 01:30:23,750 --> 01:30:26,333 Your ex-boyfriend, Ed, um... 1330 01:30:27,333 --> 01:30:28,416 he worked for her. 1331 01:30:29,375 --> 01:30:31,791 He worked her out. He's a personal trainer. 1332 01:30:32,291 --> 01:30:33,125 No. 1333 01:30:33,958 --> 01:30:35,041 No, I mean... 1334 01:30:36,125 --> 01:30:39,500 Rhodora paid Ed to give her advance word on your reviews. 1335 01:30:40,083 --> 01:30:43,208 Like, okay... He would tell her what you liked before you posted, 1336 01:30:43,291 --> 01:30:45,250 and then she'd make buys. 1337 01:30:47,791 --> 01:30:48,833 [sighs] 1338 01:30:51,791 --> 01:30:53,083 Do I still have the job? 1339 01:30:58,375 --> 01:31:02,166 Here are the keys to my storage space. I need everything itemized that's there. 1340 01:31:02,541 --> 01:31:03,541 Okay. 1341 01:31:05,125 --> 01:31:06,208 [sighs] 1342 01:31:12,125 --> 01:31:15,208 -[bar ambience music playing] -[chatter] 1343 01:31:16,791 --> 01:31:18,583 Is my car safe out there? 1344 01:31:18,666 --> 01:31:20,166 How the fuck should I know? 1345 01:31:25,000 --> 01:31:26,125 Where did you go? 1346 01:31:27,000 --> 01:31:29,666 This is Ben. He runs my old artist collective. 1347 01:31:30,333 --> 01:31:31,166 Hey. 1348 01:31:35,166 --> 01:31:37,750 [scoffs] Lovely. Can we go now? 1349 01:31:38,000 --> 01:31:39,083 I'm staying. 1350 01:31:39,541 --> 01:31:41,375 But I don't really like this place. 1351 01:31:41,458 --> 01:31:43,166 Yeah, I'm talking longer timeline. 1352 01:31:43,250 --> 01:31:45,375 I'm leaving Rhodora, her gallery. 1353 01:31:46,291 --> 01:31:47,125 No, you're not. 1354 01:31:47,875 --> 01:31:49,166 I can't be there. 1355 01:31:49,666 --> 01:31:52,375 We have a significant show planned. You're high. Come on. 1356 01:31:52,958 --> 01:31:53,958 I'm serious. 1357 01:31:57,875 --> 01:31:59,458 You're about to break big. 1358 01:32:00,333 --> 01:32:02,041 We're taking you global. 1359 01:32:02,833 --> 01:32:04,666 You'd give that up? For what? 1360 01:32:05,208 --> 01:32:07,958 Some sad garage space peddling graffiti murals? 1361 01:32:08,041 --> 01:32:11,250 Jesus! What's the point of art if nobody sees it? 1362 01:32:30,708 --> 01:32:31,750 [loudly] Fuck! 1363 01:32:35,375 --> 01:32:36,375 [sighs] 1364 01:32:49,833 --> 01:32:51,833 [honks] [honks again] 1365 01:33:02,250 --> 01:33:04,250 [distant glass clinking] 1366 01:33:07,208 --> 01:33:08,416 [metal rattling] 1367 01:33:34,625 --> 01:33:36,625 [suspenseful music] 1368 01:33:51,666 --> 01:33:53,208 [suspenseful music intensifies] 1369 01:33:54,250 --> 01:33:56,791 Yeah, there's a car blocking my car. I want it towed. 1370 01:33:56,875 --> 01:33:58,500 [wind whistling] 1371 01:33:58,583 --> 01:34:00,083 I don't know. 1372 01:34:00,166 --> 01:34:01,958 [scoffs] Hang on. 1373 01:34:02,333 --> 01:34:05,000 Oh, 2057 Seventh Street. 1374 01:34:06,250 --> 01:34:07,291 I'm waiting. 1375 01:34:17,833 --> 01:34:19,208 [door unlocks] 1376 01:34:22,333 --> 01:34:24,333 [suspenseful music] 1377 01:34:56,666 --> 01:34:58,208 [suspenseful music intensifies] 1378 01:35:02,166 --> 01:35:03,375 [wind chimes] 1379 01:35:05,208 --> 01:35:06,333 [locks doors] 1380 01:35:07,458 --> 01:35:08,500 [sighs] 1381 01:35:10,416 --> 01:35:12,416 [intense dramatic music] 1382 01:35:18,125 --> 01:35:19,125 [sighs] 1383 01:35:30,541 --> 01:35:32,541 [music intensifies] 1384 01:35:42,000 --> 01:35:43,166 [frustrated sigh] 1385 01:35:43,958 --> 01:35:44,958 [bang from behind] 1386 01:35:54,041 --> 01:35:55,166 [car alarm beep] 1387 01:36:10,250 --> 01:36:12,250 [dramatic music continues] 1388 01:36:19,000 --> 01:36:19,833 [sighs] 1389 01:36:20,500 --> 01:36:21,375 Hello? 1390 01:36:44,333 --> 01:36:46,333 I'm just waiting for a tow truck. [suspenseful music] 1391 01:37:07,250 --> 01:37:09,250 [distant rattling] 1392 01:37:26,291 --> 01:37:27,291 Oh, thank God. 1393 01:37:35,291 --> 01:37:37,416 ["Für Elise" ringtone plays] 1394 01:37:38,666 --> 01:37:39,666 Hello? 1395 01:37:39,750 --> 01:37:41,041 Damrish is leaving. 1396 01:37:42,375 --> 01:37:46,958 He met his old exhibitor in a dive bar and told me he's going back. It's over. 1397 01:37:47,041 --> 01:37:48,083 [scoffs] 1398 01:37:48,375 --> 01:37:49,375 Good for him. 1399 01:37:50,000 --> 01:37:52,916 What do you mean, good for him? What are you talking about? 1400 01:37:53,000 --> 01:37:56,708 Josephina, are you aware that Dease asked that all his art be destroyed? 1401 01:37:58,000 --> 01:37:59,583 Would it have changed anything? 1402 01:38:00,333 --> 01:38:01,833 Would I have destroyed them? 1403 01:38:02,333 --> 01:38:03,250 No. 1404 01:38:04,416 --> 01:38:05,708 He was a master. 1405 01:38:13,791 --> 01:38:16,083 -[beep] -[gear grinds] 1406 01:38:19,958 --> 01:38:20,958 [cat meows] 1407 01:38:22,166 --> 01:38:23,833 Oh, Jesus. Hold on, Josephina. 1408 01:38:25,000 --> 01:38:25,833 Stella. 1409 01:38:26,291 --> 01:38:28,291 -[meows] -Stella. Stella. 1410 01:38:28,791 --> 01:38:30,666 Stella. God damn it. 1411 01:38:36,750 --> 01:38:38,000 -[bangs] -[Morf gasps] 1412 01:38:38,958 --> 01:38:40,958 [breathes heavily] 1413 01:38:41,875 --> 01:38:43,250 [bangs] 1414 01:38:50,166 --> 01:38:51,041 [gear grinds] 1415 01:38:55,000 --> 01:38:57,333 Have you ever felt invisible? 1416 01:38:58,083 --> 01:38:59,833 -[loud banging] -[startled gasp] 1417 01:39:01,000 --> 01:39:03,958 Once, I built a railroad. 1418 01:39:04,583 --> 01:39:06,583 [grunts and breathes heavily] 1419 01:39:18,250 --> 01:39:19,208 [loud bang] 1420 01:39:21,583 --> 01:39:22,416 [grunts] 1421 01:39:24,541 --> 01:39:25,583 [Josephina] Rhodora? 1422 01:39:30,041 --> 01:39:30,916 Rhodora? 1423 01:39:39,791 --> 01:39:41,666 Come on, Stella. Come on. Come on. 1424 01:39:41,750 --> 01:39:42,750 Stella, come. 1425 01:39:43,625 --> 01:39:46,291 Come on, good girl. Good girl. 1426 01:39:47,791 --> 01:39:48,875 [rattling] 1427 01:39:49,416 --> 01:39:51,000 Come on, Stella! Damn it! 1428 01:39:51,083 --> 01:39:52,250 -[crackling] -Stella! 1429 01:39:52,500 --> 01:39:53,333 Stella! 1430 01:40:01,208 --> 01:40:02,208 [gasps] 1431 01:40:03,458 --> 01:40:04,416 Rhodora? 1432 01:40:08,416 --> 01:40:09,458 Oh, my God. 1433 01:40:12,000 --> 01:40:12,958 [gasps] 1434 01:40:15,000 --> 01:40:17,000 [breathing heavily] Oh, my... Oh my... 1435 01:40:17,583 --> 01:40:18,458 Oh! 1436 01:40:21,666 --> 01:40:24,000 [shouting] No, no! No! I understand! 1437 01:40:24,083 --> 01:40:27,500 I understand! [muffled grunts and groans] 1438 01:40:29,291 --> 01:40:30,375 [muffled screams] 1439 01:40:31,375 --> 01:40:32,958 [Hoboman] I can't save you. 1440 01:40:33,541 --> 01:40:34,375 [bones breaking] 1441 01:40:36,416 --> 01:40:40,166 [Rhodora breathing heavily] Jesus Christ, I can't believe what just happened. 1442 01:40:40,250 --> 01:40:42,666 -[Josephina panting] -Josephina? Hello? 1443 01:40:43,791 --> 01:40:46,750 [screams] 1444 01:40:47,625 --> 01:40:49,291 [screams] 1445 01:41:02,458 --> 01:41:03,458 Oh. 1446 01:41:05,958 --> 01:41:06,791 Where... 1447 01:41:08,166 --> 01:41:09,208 [sighs] 1448 01:41:29,291 --> 01:41:32,916 [screams] Oh, fuck me! 1449 01:41:36,291 --> 01:41:38,583 [“Für Elise” ringtone playing] 1450 01:41:44,291 --> 01:41:45,125 What? 1451 01:41:47,458 --> 01:41:48,291 How? 1452 01:41:50,750 --> 01:41:52,583 A storage facility? 1453 01:41:54,625 --> 01:41:56,375 Well, what do they think happened? 1454 01:41:59,375 --> 01:42:01,625 [stammers] No. I'm not coming in. 1455 01:42:02,375 --> 01:42:03,250 I gotta go. 1456 01:42:04,541 --> 01:42:05,583 [exhales] 1457 01:42:06,333 --> 01:42:07,541 [breath trembling] 1458 01:42:23,000 --> 01:42:24,416 Pick up the phone. 1459 01:42:26,166 --> 01:42:28,166 [cell phone ringing] 1460 01:42:28,458 --> 01:42:29,708 [car door closes] 1461 01:42:30,250 --> 01:42:32,041 Hey. Yeah, we got it. 1462 01:42:32,833 --> 01:42:34,041 No sign of the owner. 1463 01:42:35,041 --> 01:42:36,458 We're taking it to Central. 1464 01:42:37,041 --> 01:42:37,875 Yeah. 1465 01:42:52,583 --> 01:42:54,583 [eerie music] 1466 01:43:22,625 --> 01:43:23,625 [mover] That's all of it. 1467 01:43:24,416 --> 01:43:25,500 [Rhodora] Everything? 1468 01:43:25,583 --> 01:43:28,333 Every image, every drawing, every postcard, 1469 01:43:28,416 --> 01:43:29,875 every piece of art? 1470 01:43:30,166 --> 01:43:31,000 Uh-huh. 1471 01:43:32,500 --> 01:43:34,791 -Say it. -It's completely empty. 1472 01:43:35,000 --> 01:43:36,833 Forty-seven pieces. We removed everything. 1473 01:43:38,000 --> 01:43:38,833 Thank you.[ 1474 01:43:50,541 --> 01:43:52,750 [melancholic music] 1475 01:44:19,041 --> 01:44:20,333 [meows] 1476 01:44:28,166 --> 01:44:30,625 -LAX. Terminal five. -Okay. 1477 01:44:46,000 --> 01:44:47,458 [inhales, exhales] 1478 01:44:52,125 --> 01:44:54,125 [melancholic music continues] [screams] 1479 01:45:38,125 --> 01:45:39,541 [cat meows loudly] 1480 01:45:45,208 --> 01:45:46,750 [cat meows softly] 1481 01:45:51,416 --> 01:45:54,083 [somber music] 1482 01:46:10,083 --> 01:46:11,708 -That's lovely. -Yeah. 1483 01:46:11,791 --> 01:46:12,958 How much? 1484 01:46:13,333 --> 01:46:14,875 I don't know. Five dollars. 1485 01:46:15,666 --> 01:46:16,500 Yeah. 1486 01:46:20,041 --> 01:46:20,916 Thank you. 1487 01:46:25,375 --> 01:46:26,333 Here you go. 1488 01:46:27,166 --> 01:46:28,416 -Thanks. -Take care. 1489 01:46:29,625 --> 01:46:31,625 [somber music continues] [somber music turns ominous] 1490 01:46:57,875 --> 01:46:59,875 [silence] [music playing]