Matt: So guess what. That woman at the beach today, that was his wife.
Alex: Whose wife?
Matt: Brian Speer.
Alex: What? The hottie with the hat?
Alex: Are you sure?
Alex: So he's married? Why didn't you say anything?
Matt: It's him I wanna talk to, not her. But I know where their cottage is.
Alex: You do? Let's do it right now. Let's knock on his door.
Matt: That's what I'm saying. Don't do that, don't be excited. This isn't fun.
Alex: It's what we came here to do.
Matt: Right. So you talk to his wife while I talk to him. And you figure out a way to distract Scottie and their kids.
Alex: Got it. Sid, come here.
Sid: Give him hell, boss.
Alex: Come on, Sid.
Matt: Okay. I'm sorry for sucking you into this. I should be doing it alone. It's selfish.
Alex: I'm the one who sucked you in. I'm the one who knew.
Alex: Don't be a pussy.
Matt: Hi there. It's the guy from the beach today.
Julie: Oh, hello.
Matt: Hi, yeah. You know, I'm such an idiot. I just figured out, I do know your husband. My daughter and I were on our way back to the hotel from dinner... We just thought we'd stop by and say howdy.
Julie: Great, come on up.
Matt: Yeah. I'm Matt King, and this is Alexandra.
Julie: I'm Julie Speer.
Julie: Yeah, I thought that was you. You've been in the paper so much lately. I figured you had to know Brian. He's been pretty involved.
Matt: Yeah, no, super involved. Yeah, maybe we met in passing. I don't know.
Julie: So I guess you guys are deciding really soon? In the next couple of days, right, you and your family meet?
Julie: I'm sorry. That's probably a conflict of interest or something.
Matt: No, that's okay. You're right. It's all gonna be over in a couple of days.
Julie: Do you guys want some lasagna?
Matt: No, thanks, we just ate.
Julie: A drink then.
Julie: Red wine, iced tea?
Brian: Hey. Hi, I'm Brian.
Matt: Brian. We may have met before. Matt King. My wife is Elizabeth King. I think you may have met her too. This is our daughter Alexandra.
Julie: I was just gonna get them some drinks.
Brian: Good, good, good.
Alex: Do you want some help?
Julie: No, no, no, I got it.
Matt: Elizabeth is dying. Oh, wait. Fuck you. And she's dying. We unhooked her from the machines this morning. She'll be dead in a few days.
Alex: This is him?
Alex: Why would she go for him?
Matt: Beats me. Well, he's very articulate.
Brian: I'm sorry. I never thought it would come to this.
Alex: You're sorry that my mom's gonna die? You're sorry that you fucked her? You sorry you fucked her over my dad?
Brian: I'm sorry for all of it.
Matt: Look, pal, I'm not here to wreck your life. I just wanna give you a chance to go to the hospital. I don't know how long you're planning on staying here, but I'm sure you could find an excuse to leave.
Alex: You must be good at that.
Matt: You could be alone with her to say goodbye or whatever. You hear what I'm saying?
Brian: Okay, look, I can't have you here. Do you understand that?
Julie: Here we go.
Alex: Thank you.
Julie: Everyone's so serious. Please tell me you weren't talking about business. Ha, ha.
Alex: Ah, we were talking about love.
Julie: That's nice. Honey, will you call the boys in? Dinner's ready.
Brian: Oh, they're fine. Let them play a while longer.
Boys: Come on. Catch. Hurry up. Catch it.
Alex: Awesome cottage you're renting.
Matt: Yeah, you don't say. This is prime Hanalei location. I used to come here when I was a kid, before it was a vacation property. Alex, your great-uncle Warren and Aunt Lillian built this back in the '20s. I haven't been inside in years.
Julie: Come on, we'll give you a tour.
Alex: Maybe, Brian, you could give my dad a walk down memory lane... And Julie and I can chat out here.
Matt: Oh, yeah, I'd like that, if you don't mind. Just a quick look.
Brian: Yeah. Yes. It's not like we live here or anything, but okay.
Matt: Will you hold that for me?
Julie: Let's come here.
Alex: Have you guys traveled much?
Julie: Not much. We kind of just stay... in the area of the islands...
Brian: Here it is.
Matt: How'd you meet? I'm curious.
Brian: I can't do this.
Matt: Neither can I. How'd you meet?
Brian: I thought you said you came here just to tell me.
Matt: I changed my mind. And I can't very well ask her the details, can I? How'd you meet?
Brian: At a party.
Matt: What party?
Brian: A Super Bowl party.
Matt: At the Mitchell's.
Brian: Does that help? Does that make it better?
Matt: I'm doing you a favor here. I could go out there right now and I could fuck you up. So get a better attitude. And then what? How'd you get the nerve to ask her out? Was it about the deal? Is that when you decided she was for you?
Brian: No. It's not what you think. It just happened.
Matt: Nothing just happens.
Brian: Everything just happens.
Matt: Was she gonna leave me?
Brian: She would have. But I didn't want that. That never would've happened. I love Julie. Please don't tell her. Please. I don't know what I have done, but I am so sorry.
Matt: Did she say that she loved you? Do you love her? You don't love her. You don't love her. You were just using her to get to me.
Brian: I told you, I wasn't trying to get to you. It was an affair, an attraction. It was sex. And she got sort of carried away with the whole thing, and I guess I went with it. At least, I didn't say no to things that I should have. I love my family.
Matt: I guess it's all working out. Her lips are sealed, and you don't have to go through the trouble of dumping her.
Brian: Hey, that is so unfair. I had... I have so much respect for her. She's an amazing woman.
Matt: I have one more question for you.
Matt: You ever been inside my bedroom?
Matt: Oh. Wow. You could've had the decency to lie about that one.
Brian: All right, twice.
Matt: She's at Queen's Hospital if you wanna say goodbye. That is really all I came here to say. That's great. All remodeled and new appliances. Nice. Alex, I think we should get going.
Julie: Well, hey, thanks for stopping by. It was really nice to meet you both. Maybe I'll see you at the beach tomorrow.
Alex: Yeah, maybe.
Julie: Nice to meet you.
Matt: You too.