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-MOBILE PHONE RINGS
No, thank you.
I'm across the street.
No. There's nothing wrong with the ad layouts. I checked them myself.
Marjorie must have...
Because we changed photographers.
'I double checked everything. What's wrong with the ad layouts?'
What's wrong with the ad layouts?
Practically everything. They're the wrong
-'I have no idea.'
Why am I looking at 30 pages of wrong ad layouts, Leo?
I'll tell you. Because someone, LEO, didn't do their job.
The copy on the cover reads "Office Love Affairs -
-"how to get him and your raise."
-< Look at me.
Come in a little closer. OK, right here.
Great. Good, I think we got it.
Carry on. Papaya diet?
Big problem. They're changing the fruit.
-What kind of fruit?
-Kiwi or something.
I don't like kiwi.
These came for you, from Frank.
He is so sweet. He's in London.
Yes. Very exotic and expensive.
"Can't wait to see you. It's been an eternity." How long's he been gone?
-Meet me here at 7.30. Good choice.
Doll. He does this kind of thing all the time.
Polynesian restaurant. What are you up to?
It's part of the surprise. Thanks.
You're not breaking up with me are you?
-OK. Are you sure?
69% of relationships break up in restaurants.
-We're not breaking up.
I want to increase the romance in our lives.
-First, close your eyes.
You say we never go anywhere
-and we never have fun.
Open your eyes and look where I'm taking you.
Oh, you're kidding?
You and me
-in two weeks.
-Two weeks? I can't.
-I cleared it with Marjorie.
-You're a sneak.
Yeah. Six days and seven nights,
on the secluded, tropical island paradise of Makatea.
Yeah. We arrived 15 minutes late.
-Is that a problem?
I'll find the bags. You get to find the charter.
-See you in a minute.
Er, excuse me?
Could you help me? I'm looking for Tropical Charters.
You going to Makatea?
Well, we'll be ready in ten... twenty minutes.
But this...this isn't the plane.
The plane? Where's its mommy?
Tropical's plane is laid up in Fiji.
We're filling in. You're in luck. I'm your pilot.
No, I ca...
I, er, I can't go in this. It's broken.
It's not broken. It's being maintained.
It's my plane. A De Havilland Beaver. One of the safest, most reliable
Sweetie? There a problem?
He thinks we're going to go in this old thing.
We could find another charter.
Won't find one. There's a boat leaves from the port.
Takes three days.
-All right. All right.
I'm sure the plane is perfectly safe
and I'm sure the pilot is a trained professional.
-He is the pilot.
Well, if you're going, it'll be 20-30 minutes. Got to get some oil.
-He's getting oil.
-How about this luggage?
All right. Everybody tied down?
Are these really necessary?
Only if we crash.
-Angelica is flight service director.
Hi. I'm sorry.
Excuse me. Oh, I'm sorry.
Excuse me. Ooh.
Are you going to Makatea?
-You'll love it.
Are you from the States? I lived there. It's fun. Look what I got.
-Check it out.
-It's a bathing suit.
I thought it was an eye patch.
Welcome to Makatea.
Here we are. Thanks for flying Harris Freight.
Frequent flyers earn bonus points. Good for merchandise.
You're not stealing my vests.
Welcome to Hanaiti.
I'm Phillippe St Clair, general manager. Reservation for Mr Martin.
Oh. Oh, this is beautiful.
OK. All right, we're never leaving.
I want this to be the most unforgettable vacation of our lives.
Having a good time?
Honey, I'm having a great time.
You know what today is?
It's our anniversary.
-We have an anniversary?
Unofficially. Three years ago today, we first met.
We fought over a cab.
I called you a jerk.
-Great that you remember.
It was all part of love's odyssey.
If I asked, would you wear something special for me tonight?
What do you have in mind?
Will you marry me?
# The Calypsonians were all gathered together
# Singing such a mournful tune
# I don't know if it was in the summertime
# It could be the month of May or June... #
I'll be back in a sec, OK?
# ..Over loving
# Over, over, over, over loving you. #
I always thought this was a beautiful island,
with you here it is even more beautiful.
How long have you been on Makatea?
You're kidding, right?
Well, you brought me here... Today?
Five hours ago?
So much has happened since then.
Wow. Here you go.
So, where's your, er, co-pilot?
Oh, she's busy with the tourists.
Sounds like you don't like us.
Oh, no, no. Never bite the hand that feeds...your mouth.
Besides, you know, they're good for a laugh.
You're a big laugher, are you?
They come here looking for the magic.
Expecting to find romance, when they can't find it any other place.
Maybe they will.
It's an island, babe.
If you don't bring it here, you won't find it.
Oh. Heavy. Pilot and philosopher.
Let me buy you a drink.
I'm with somebody. Remember? He came in with me.
I meant both of you.
No, you didn't.
You're from New York, aren't you?
Hey! Is everything OK?
Hi. Nice to see you again.
Let me buy you a drink.
That's very... Oh, we're leaving.
Some other time I'll buy you a drink.
-Was he bothering you?
Was he hitting on you? It looked like he was.
Want me to do something about it?
I don't go to the gym to watch guys shower. You know I will... Yeah.
Well done, ocean.
Well done, sky.
Well done, mai tais.
Well done, silicone. Oh, my.
I'm getting a little toasty here.
Want me to put cream on you?
You'd do that? You'd cream me up?
Only for you. Where is it?
Ms Monroe? You have a phone call.
-Take it at the bar.
Who would be calling you?
I have no idea. I'll be right back.
Can I get two mai tais, please?
I know you're on vacation, it's an emergency.
-'The shoot's on, it's an availability'
nightmare. Vendela and Evander Holyfield have a 17-hour window.
If we don't get them now, nobody's available
'for four months and we lose them for the May cover.'
Isn't there someone closer whose life you can screw up?
That's the ironic thing - there's not.
Vendela's in Sydney, Evander's in Osaka. I threw Taylor on a plane
'They're coming to you. All you do'
is fly to Tahiti, baby-sit the shoot. 15 hours at most.
This is complicated.
Frank proposed to me last night.
'Oh, my God!'
It's so exciting. I'm so happy.
I'm glad. What message am I sending to Frank
if the day after our betrothal I'm leaving him to go on a photo shoot?
An excellent message.
'An opportunity to establish parameters.'
I read that 38.6% of all women are pressured into quitting their jobs
in the first year of marriage.
You read that in our magazine. We made it up.
'Please, Robin. Please.'
Please. Please, Robin, please.
'Do you have a way back to Tahiti?'
Oh, yeah. I can...
Don't move a muscle. Lay down. Stay.
I'm looking for...
Quinny, it's for you.
Sorry. I have an emergency.
What sort of emergency?
What's going on?
My boss wants me to go to Tahiti tonight.
I'm, er, sort of on my layover here.
Right. Would 500 cut your labour short?
Baby, want to go to Papeete?
I can't. I have a show tonight, Tamure night.
Oh, it's Tamure night. My hands are tied. That's for later!
I'm stuck. This is really important, you'd be doing me a favour.
How would 700 be?
-I'll meet you at the plane in...
Give me an hour.
Great. Thank you.
It's a known fact that 38.6% of women are pressured
into quitting work the first year of marriage.
You made that up for your magazine.
If you had to work, I'd understand.
That's because you're not as romantic as I am.
So come with me.
If I go, I'll resent that I'm there.
I'll miss you, you'll feel guilty. I prefer that.
Come on. It's only for one night.
Say that again.
I like that. Say it.
Ready to go?
-Is it safe?
-It is with me.
You're that good?
Best you've been with.
I'm not sure I trust your equipment.
We may be old, but we're sturdy.
What's all this?
Stocks, local trinkets. I plan to fly them to Tahiti. With your job...
I got a two-for.
How handy for you.
I'll just keep this from flying out here.
Here we go.
Do you have my, er, money?
It's all there.
I trust you.
So, what kind of work do you do back there in New York?
I'm assistant editor for Dazzle magazine.
-Never heard of that.
the demographic we shoot for.
Er, this is it.
"Dazzle. Your derriere."
"Five exercises to tame the beast. Ten ways
"to light his fire."
For Pete's sake.
Ten ways to light his fire?
-Know how a woman gets a man excited?
She shows up. That's it. We're guys, we're easy.
For that you can't charge six bucks an issue, can you?
Is that advice with the 700 or do I pay extra?
It's on the house.
I'm Island Flightwatch Beaver 0318,
at 3,500 on a heading of 110.
I'm looking for a weather update, please, along our route of flight.
-STATIC ON RADIO
STATIC DROWNS OUT VOICE
I'm sorry. This weather came up quicker than anybody anticipated.
We're going to have to turn back to Makatea.
It's just not worth the risk.
A line of squalls has us boxed in.
Tighten your seat belt. It'll get bumpy.
You don't mind if I just sit up here with you.
Get your seat belt on.
-What are those?
Prescribed for situations of tension. This qualifies.
Give me a couple.
You just drive.
What are you taking now?
-Xanax. My doctor prescribed them for situations of tension.
Give me those.
-Hey! That was close. Wooh!
It was more than close. That hit us.
It fried the radios.
Oh, no. That's bad, huh?
Mayday, Mayday, Mayday. Beaver 0318...
unable to maintain altitude.
Can anybody hear this?
Mayday, Mayday, Mayday.
Attention K-Mart shoppers!
Snow shovels are on sale for 12.99
Put that down. Unable to maintain altitude.
40 miles south southeast of Makatea.
# Mayday, Mayday, Mayday. #
How many of those did you take?
Er... You know, I just don't know.
Look. We're in trouble here.
Sit back, be quiet,
keep your seat belt tight, let me fly.
There's an island down there.
I can see a beach.
I'm going to set us down.
-Rock on the beach!
-Son of a bitch.
Could you get me a cup of coffee?
Sure. I'll get right on it, ma'am.
Oh, God. Wha...
Where are we?
Between Makatea and Tahiti, that's...
..the best I can do for you.
Whoah! What happened?
It crumpled the landing gear when we hit.
Aren't you going to fix it? Can't we reattach it somehow?
Oh, sure. We'll like glue it back on.
Aren't you one of those guys?
Those guy-guys. Guys with skills.
Send them into the wilderness with a knife and they build a mall.
You can't do that?
No. No, I can't do that.
But I can do this... Does that help?
I can get us out of here.
Right? Huh? Phone.
I'm going to get us out of here.
Come on, phone.
So, what are we, like, shipwrecked?
-How do you want it?
-Sugar-coated or between the eyes?
We've only got one wheel,
so we can't take off.
Lightning fried the radio and emergency location transmitter.
Air-Sea will try a rescue but without a beacon,
it's like finding a flea on an elephant's ass.
The only thing we got is
this flare gun and a single flare.
Is it too late to get it sugar-coated?
That was sugar-coated.
Well then, what's the bad news?
The bad news is...
we may be here for a long time.
You and me.
For a long...long...
..long, long, long, long time.
Well, I want my 700 back.
My 700, I want it back.
You said you'd take me to Tahiti, you didn't.
Give it back.
-I got you halfway.
-Halfway? Halfway? Whooh!
Halfway! Oh, boy. You're good!
Whooh! You got me halfway. That's fantastic.
What are you doing? Get away from my plane! Get out of there!
I'm going to do something.
-Leave that alone!
What are you doing? Leave my stuff! Hey!
What's this? It's a boat.
-We can get off the island.
You don't know where you are.
You don't want to bounce around the ocean on an 8ft blow-up boat.
Don't tell me what I want!
Give it to me!
Don't pull on that. Leave it alone. Hey!
Please. Get me out of here.
Get me... Get me out of here!
You going to stop acting like a lunatic?
Mr Martin? There's a telephone call for Ms Monroe.
I'll take it.
This is Frank Martin. Who is...?
Hi, Marjorie, it's Frank.
No. She-she left yesterday.
It's Phillippe at Makatea. Quinn flew a lady back to you last night.
See if the De Havilland is at the gate. I'll wait.
Tony said Quinny didn't make Tahiti.
Angelica, we don't know anything yet. Yes, right here.
< HE SIGHS
Bon. Get Air-Sea rescue. Call me back.
-Oh, my God.
Come on. You want to drink water, you got to haul water. Let's go.
-What are you looking at?
Don't give me that. You were ogling.
-Ogling? Let me ask you something.
You go into a store, say, "Give me that outfit so no-one looks at me?"
I like people looking. Just not you.
If it makes you feel better, you're not my type.
Oh, good. Why?
Yeah. I'm making conversation. Why?
You talk too much, you're opinionated,
you're stubborn, sarcastic and stuck-up.
Your ass is too narrow and your tits are too small!
Want to know why you're not my type?
Bonjour, nous sommes prets pour partir.
Bonjour. Bonjour. Er, parlez-vous...
I'm American. Tom, I'll take you up.
How do we find them?
We fly over the water and look out the window.
That's it? What about the modern technology?
Don't you have satellites? Lasers?
Mr Martin, take a seat.
-Great, I'm Frank.
-Money is no object.
-Just get in.
Try breathing very deeply. I find that helpful.
They went in the water, it's been 12 hours. Good chance we'll find them.
why don't you let me lead?
OK. This will be interesting.
Now there. You see?
I found it.
Come on, Quinny.
Oh, my God.
Oh, it's beautiful.
Quinny, this is... Whoah! Whoah!
Hey! Hold on. What are you doing?
What the hell's that?
It's a pig. What you worried about? He's more afraid of us... Watch.
Hah! Go on. Go on. Get out of here.
Come on. Grrr! >
I'm sorry to interrupt you but, er, I'm having a bit of a problem.
What's the problem?
Some sort of creature has just swum up my pants.
I'm guessing... I'm guessing a snake.
So, er, what do I do?
I mean, I could reach down and...
No. That-that could be risky.
It might be poisonous.
Right. If it's poisonous and will bite, do I want to allow it to swim
in my shorts?!
All good questions.
Would you give me some advice?
Advice, input, anything. Give it to me. I'm very open at this juncture.
-Just stand still.
What are you doing?
Oh, God. Oh.
-No. Not good.
Ssh. I'm trying to concentrate here.
Better not catch you smiling.
I'm not without skills.
Oh. You're going on a date?
Do you like it?
Why the fashion statement?
-I'm going hunting.
-Oh? For what?
They are magnificent creatures.
I hear they taste like chicken.
Maybe I should have a taste.
In case somebody asks, "Have you had peacock?" I'll say, "Yes, I have."
You won't regret it.
Oh. Oh, my God.
Mmmm. Mmmm. Wow.
Chicken. OK, chicken.
Have you always been a pilot?
All my grown-up life.
Like doing what?
All kinds of flying.
I had my own successful business.
I found a better way of life. That's all.
Came out here,
got a nice little house on a beautiful beach. Got my plane.
Doing what I want to do. Got peace and quiet.
Living the life every man dreams of.
Well, yeah, until they're 12.
I'm sorry. That was out of line.
..just cranky, you know? From being shipwrecked.
Look at that sky. You don't see a sky like that in New York City.
No. That's a good sky.
I'm just a little tipsy.
Oh, my God. It's a plane.
Oh. A plane.
What do we... Er, flare, we need the flare. Er, Quinn.
Quinn. Get up!
There's a plane.
Uh-oh. Oh, boy. Oh.
Oh. Uh-oh. Oh, no.
What the hell did you do?
You wasted our only goddamn flare
to shoot a goddamn palm tree?
I wouldn't have if you hadn't rolled into me. I was signalling the plane.
W-What goddamn plane?
That goddamn plane.
That goddamn plane?!
It's five-miles high, 600 miles an hour.
They wouldn't see an explosion if they looked for it much less a flare!
How was I to know? If you weren't in a coma, you could've told me.
Know what you've done?
Taken our chance of being found.
Don't blame me. If you were half a pilot, we wouldn't be here.
I'm the best pilot you'll meet!
I've flown with you twice, you've crashed half the time!
And there is nothing wrong with my tits!
There's so much water.
Wherever they are, Quinny will take good care of your girlfriend.
What do you mean by that?
Come on. Let's pick up the pace a little.
I want to get to the top before dark.
I've had as much vacation as I can stand.
-Stop. Stop. Stop!
I'm going to find the beacon.
That beacon better be up here.
The storm blew us south-west 40 minutes. Chance this is Tamitange.
Tamitange? Well, that explains everything(!)
There's a radio navigation beacon on the top.
We find it, shut it down. They come out, fix it. We're rescued.
It took them two years to fix the streetlight outside my apartment.
Wow. This is beautiful.
So, where's the beacon?
Oh, let me see.
This one? Tamitange with the funny shaped peninsula to the north.
Oh, but, that's north, right?
There's no peninsula.
Who stole the peninsula?
This isn't Tamitange?
There is no beacon that we turn off and they come to fix it and find us?
Well... Er, we could be, er...
We could be further to the south.
This could be Mata Nui.
And what's on Mata Nui?
What are you doing?
Son of a bitch!
UNINTELLIGIBLE SHOUTS >
Please don't do that again.
I just want one goddamn thing to go right.
I know. Come on.
Since we've been here, you've been confident. You have all the answers.
Well, I'm the captain.
That's my job.
It's no good me waving, screaming, "Oh shit, we're going to die."
It doesn't evoke much confidence, does it?
No, no. That does not.
I need you
to be my confident captain.
I can't tell you
how difficult this will be for me if you lose it.
I'm all right now.
What? What do you need? Get out of there.
What do you want?
(Look, look, look.) Oh, yes.
It's a boat.
They're putting in to that cove.
Yeah? How do we signal them?
A flare would be nice.
Don't start. How do we get down?
We go down the mountain, up the mountain, down...
get to our raft. Hope they'll be there tomorrow.
Come on. I'll take over.
So, what's the deal with you and, er...?
No deal. We're friends.
She works at the hotel a couple of months a year. We have some laughs.
Keep it simple.
Has it always been simple or has there ever been anyone complicated?
That's a yes. Yes?
How complicated? Scale from one to ten.
Twelve? Ah-ha. What happened?
..tragically she, er...
Died? Oh, my God. I'm so...
She didn't die. Let me tell a story?
-Sure. Tell it.
..fell in love with somebody else.
Not just somebody else,
my best friend. My partner. The guy I was in business with.
God. What did you do?
Well, I, er...
..bought out. Gave them my blessing.
Are they still together?
No. They broke up.
Not before I sold them my half of the business.
I came out here, got my plane.
Best thing that happened to me.
There are two boats.
What? Two boats?
Two boats. Oh!
God, this is great, huh? Hello!
We got to get out of here!
-We got to get out of here.
Oh, my God.
Er... Who are they?
Pirates? As in "Arggh"?
They rob boats.
Rob boats? They just killed a guy.
Kill us too.
Just for being here. Just for seeing them.
He saw me.
We got company.
Oh. Oh, no.
They just lowered a boat.
What kind of a boat?
Shit. Shit. Shit.
Oh, God. Row faster.
Yes, you can.
Let's not make this difficult.
That was a very stupid thing to do.
Now I'll have to kill you.
We've got gold.
We've got gold. I'm a jewellery designer.
I design with gold and precious stones.
-Precious stones, like...
sold to the finest stores.
We've got display cases
on the boat. We're expanding in the Far East. That's my husband's
end of the business.
I'm in marketing.
Whiz. You're a whiz.
PIRATES SPEAK POLYNESIAN
Take us to the boat.
PIRATES CHATTER IN POLYNESIAN
Oh, my God. Now what?
We go on three. One, two...
I can't. You go. Save yourself.
-For kissing me?
No. For this.
HE SHOUTS IN MAORI
Some people say, "You don't know what you had until you lose it."
It's a lot of crap. I knew what I had. I-I...
God, I loved her.
Not to insult you, but I don't think men know what love is. I mean...
-I do. I do.
Guys always tell me they love me.
I'm sure some of them mean it.
No, they don't.
Do you think they gave up?
I don't know.
We shouldn't go to the camp. The plane's easy to spot.
I am so scared.
If it makes you feel better, I'm a little scared.
No, that doesn't.
I thought that's what women wanted.
Men who cry and are in touch with their feminine side.
Not when being chased by pirates. They like them mean and armed.
It's not a good island for airplanes.
It's a Japanese World War Two float plane. It's been there for 50 years.
You don't think there's any way that you could... Nah.
This looks like a safe place to spend the night.
I'll see if there's anything I can use
This is me, here.
We got to meet them at 6am.
They're going to widen the search.
I may be too drunk to wake at six.
Are you sure you're OK? You're fine?
I'm going to take a shower and get into bed.
Are you OK?
I'm good. Yeah.
Do you want to stay here tonight?
-Yeah. With me.
You probably think I'm being slutty
but I'm feeling bad and you're feeling bad. I'd like you to stay.
I-I just don't...
Yeah, sure. Why not? I...
-No, no. I can't.
I mean, I'm still clinging to hope.
And if I, I mean, if we, you know...
Are you sure?
Oh, yeah. Yeah.
No. See? I'm leaving the room.
It's not bread.
It's not fruit.
I'm going to kiss you.
I really liked kissing you.
I liked kissing you.
But if I start I'm not going to be able to stop.
We should get some sleep.
This feels good.
And safe. Feels good and safe.
Wh-What are you doing?
-I got a plan.
Anything I can do to help?
Yeah. Just a second.
What is it? What's wrong?
The helicopter is going up in 20 minutes. If you're going, vite.
I didn't realise... OK. I'm on my way.
The helicopter's going up in 20 minutes.
Oh, God. What did I do? How many times did I do it?
Are you OK?
No. No. This was all wrong.
Excuse me, how could you say that?
I mean, everything you did was very right.
But what I did was wrong. This is wrong.
No. No. Just we are going through
a terrible ordeal. It's like...
..when after a funeral, everybody has sex.
You know that woman I was telling you about?
She was my wife.
Do you have any kids?
No, we didn't have any kids, thank God.
I always wanted kids.
Bunches of them.
There's still time.
Look, come on.
How old are you?
How old do you think I am?
Hm, let me think.
Fifty? You're fifty?
You still look good.
I still am good.
Get these apart, take them one by one.
You all right?
I'm fine! OK,
How can I eat?
I'm scum. I'm garbage.
This experience has tested me and has revealed no character at all.
You're a guy, you can't help it.
Mr Martin, forgive me.
I just heard they decided to call off the search. I'm sorry.
What? That's it? Wh..?
Put her down.
Get out of here!
Too far. Back right.
Oh, God. Are you OK?
It's OK. It's OK.
Come on! Come on!
I'm in. Get in the plane. Hurry.
All right! Hurry up!
Take it all. Come on.
Damn! Out of the way!
We're going to hit them.
We're going to hit them!
Give me a hand. Pull!
Stay with me. Stay with me. You're doing great.
Look, I should tell you a few things about airplanes.
I may not be conscious when we land.
Take the controls. Get a feel for the yoke.
You're serious, aren't you?
Hang on. Small corrections.
Small corrections. Just look at the horizon.
When we get there, you'll line up 100 feet from the beach.
(100 feet from the beach.)
SHOUTS IN POLYNESIAN
We are here today
to honour two fine people, Ms Robin Monroe
and an old friend...
Father, please forgive me for I have sinned. I've been very bad.
Quinn, don't make me do this alone, please.
I will say a few words about our friend...
It's Quinny. It's Quinny. Look!
I'm lined up with the beach.
Er, throttle to 65 knots.
What the hell's a knot?
It's Quinny. Look.
Thank you, God!
Flaps. Flaps. Flaps.
All right. Nose slightly elevated for landing. Here we go.
Oh, my God.
I'm coming, sweetie!
We did it.
-I'm coming, Robin.
Robin. Oh, my God, you're alive.
You're hurt. You're hurt.
I'm fine. Get him a doctor.
We need a doctor!
Come on, sweetie.
Can you move your legs?
Are you OK, baby?
They brought the tea.
You want some, honey, Sweetie?
The hotel's offered us a month's free stay any time we want.
Probably afraid I'm going to sue them.
HE LAUGHS NERVOUSLY
Are you all right?
Oh, yeah. I'm just, you know, tired.
Here we go.
Are you OK?
Yeah. I didn't get much sleep.
Poor Frank. Come here, come here.
It was terrible.
..deep down, I never expected to see you again.
You know, I was...
I was lost, I was...
We're just people.
You know? You know? Robin, we're not perfect.
Under that kind of pressure, I mean people do things. You know...
Y-You don't know right, wrong. You're cr... You're nuts. You-you...
How are you?
Good, thanks. This is not so bad. How about you?
What's the deal here?
What do you mean?
You know what I mean.
Was what happened on that island anything?
Or was it something that happens if two people are alone on an island?
It was something.
Look, I'm pretty set in my ways and...
..you got all kinds of possibilities.
You deserve someone...fresher.
Don't you think that's up to me to decide?
Let's be smart about this.
You won't move here and be my co-pilot.
I won't go to New York and be your receptionist.
Where does that leave us?
I guess it leaves us nowhere.
So, let's not complicate things.
I forgot you liked things simple.
Well, good luck.
Good luck to you too.
I hope everything works out...
How's that shoulder today?
Need something for the pain?
Well, 14 more hours and then back to reality.
I don't think we should get married.
I think it's wrong for two people
to get married when something is hanging over their heads.
Oh, my God.
Robin, I'm sorry. I was,
I was distraught. She took off her blouse and I was like, "Oh, my God."
I walked away. I went to our room.
I tried to sleep, I thought of you. I didn't know if you were dead or...
I went back to her bungalow, just...
And she, Robin, she answered the door with...on.
You slept with Angelica?
Who slept? Are you ki...
Didn't you know?
How would I know?
Wait, you said there was something hanging... What do you mean?
Quinn and me.
Something that shouldn't have if you and I were really...
PA: 'Embarquement immediat du vol numero 38, destination Honolulu.
'Tous passagers doivent monter a bord immediatement. Merci.'
'Boarding, flight number 38 to Honolulu.
'All passengers board immediately.'
Bon voyage, madame.
Where's the plane to New York?
I-I'm sorry. I had to get off. I'm sorry!
I'm sorry I delayed the flight...
Please don't search my bags. It's just important that I stay here.
Bonjour, Quinn. Tu la connais?
Jean-Claude, un moment, s'il vous plait?
Mon amie, merci.
Why-why did you get off the plane?
Why didn't... Why did you come here?
I decided my life is too simple.
Yeah. I want to complicate the hell out of it.
So, where we going?
Er, your place is in New York, right?
I can't wait that long. My place?
Your house on the beach?
It's more like a shack.
-It's not much.
You do have a bed?
You this fussy about everything?
# I wanna love you
# And treat you right
# I wanna love you
# Every day and every night
# We'll be together
# With a roof right over our heads
# We'll share the shelter
# Of my single bed
# We'll share the same room... #