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- I don't know where you're hiding this time

or how I'll find you

or what to say right now.

But I miss you.

And the days we spent together

are fading into a single memory,

to a point where it's difficult to tell

when the day and night separates dream and reality.

My favorite part is...

[sighs]

Whatever vague perception of reality that I might have

dissipates when I'm with you.

And that's when I know there's a reason that I'm here.

Good-bye, sunshine.

[dramatic music]

♪ ♪

- This is real.

This is real.

This is real.

Maybe in there. She could be in there.

Maybe her.

She could be my friend.

Maybe she's silly and she likes painting.

And she likes to stay up late and watch cartoons with me.

She is. [laughs]

In my mind, she could be the right one.

But she's probably not.

She probably doesn't even like sushi.

If I don't meet her

and she does like sushi,

and--and she's rather ride a bike with me

than go to a party.

Why meet her?

[dramatic electronic music]

♪ ♪

- Oh. [laughs]

I'm--I'm sorry. Did--did you need those?

- No.

- Did you buy your shirt

and then lose the buttons?

No?

Uh...you don't talk very much.

- [laughs]

- Oh. Improving.

Now, if you'd only tell me why you wanted those buttons.

- I do talk. And you can have those.

- But you were here first. Here.

- No, I'm pretty sure you were here first.

Or it was a tie. [laughs]

- Bow tie, perhaps?

- [giggles]

- [laughs]

- Your friend, he looks lonely.

- What's his name? - Uh...

Reddy.

- Reddy? - Yeah. Yeah.

- Like ready for school? - No, no. Uh-uh.

- Oh, like read a book for school.

- Uh-uh.

Look, just please take those.

- No, you were here first.

- We are never going to settle that this way.

But fortunately, I know exactly how to do.

- How? - It's the only way

history's ever taught us to settle an argument.

- Well, I'm not going to have war with you.

- No, not a war. Rock, paper, scissors battle.

- Well, that would only settle who's better

at rock, paper, scissors.

- Well, I bet they have security cameras in here.

- Where?

[low dramatic music]

♪ ♪

- I can't figure it out.

But I know someone who will.

[typing]

Here you go, Bick.

- [both laugh]

- Bick Billick?

- Sorry, it's the best I could do.

- [laughs] - Just go change.

[laughs]

I just don't quite buy that you're a security guard

without a moustache.

- What?

- There has to be one around here somewhere.

See?

I knew there was something weird

about them all having facial hair.

Come here.

[laughs]

You look pretty funny.

- Yeah, I have a plan. Follow along.

[radio static crackles]

Howdy, y'all. This is Bick.

I need some help using the video whatchamacallit machine.

- On my way, Bick.

- [both laugh]

- What do I do? - I don't know.

- All right. - I should take this off.

- It's too obvious. - Yeah.

[door opens and closes]

- Hey, who are you?

- Uh...um...um....

Bick Billick. New security person around here.

- So, what's the problem?

- Well, there are a couple of hooligans,

you know, running around, stealing buttons off shirts.

Rough but 10 minutes ago, I believe they were.

[mellow acoustic music]

♪ ♪

- ♪ You've got your head and your heart mixed up

And there's nothing I could say

And there's nothing I could do

To prove you wrong

You've got your head and your heart mixed up

And I think that I knew

And I think that I've known all along

It's time to tell them what we know

You said you'd stay if I would go

So I'll go, so I'll go

And I said I'd never let you down

You said you won't fuck me around

But we know, but we know

That I'm an 8 and you're a 10

Well, I guess it's fate has me winning

Or at least it did at the beginning

It's time to tell them what we know

You said you'd stay if I would go

So I'll go, so I'll go

And I said that I'd stay up all night

But you got drunk and I got tired

So can we just put out these fires? ♪

Oh, can we just put out these fires? ♪

I said that I'd stay up all night

But you got drunk and I got tired

So can we just put out these fires? ♪

Can we just put out these fires? ♪

- ♪ Tomorrow ♪ - Do you want to play a game?

- ♪ Tomorrow ♪ - Uh, yeah, only if I lose.

- I always lose. - All right.

Then it'll be a tie.

- Thai food, perhaps.

- What do you want to play?

- Uh...

Would You Rather?

- Um, would I rather what?

- [laughs] No, the game Would You Rather?

- I'd rather play.

- [laughs]

Okay. Um...

would you rather slide down a razor blade

on your bum into a pool of rubbing alcohol,

or...

suck all the snot out of a dog's nose

until its head caves in?

- Well, you know, that depends on the dog, really.

Like, one of those little Chihuahuas

wouldn't be the biggest deal.

But then, I don't know.

Big, saggy, wrinkly dog that looks like my grandpa?

That would be a different story.

- The grandpa dog.

- Um, I'd have to go with the razor.

- Then you'd have no bum.

- Yeah, I hardly use it.

- Well...

- [laughs]

So, which would you rather?

- That's cheating. You have to make your own scenario.

- But I want to know which one you'd rather.

- You have to make up your own.

- Okay, um...

would you rather slide down a giant scissor razor-thin blade

into a giant pool-sized tub of water

that feels like rubbing alcohol,

or apply your mouth to the end of a dog's nose

and then breathe in through your mouth

until the dog's head completely implodes?

What? It's not the same at all.

It's a completely different thing.

- Uh...

I'd have to go with the sliding down, too.

I hardly ever use my bum.

- [laughing]

Um, so...

starting the tour.

[speaking French]

- [speaks French]

- [mock laughter]

- [laughs]

- Hey, I want you to meet my mom.

- I'm sorry. I didn't know she's home.

We could have woken her or something.

- No, it's all right. She's probably watching TV

or trying to be a decorator or something.

- Come on. - I'm not ready.

I mean...

I don't want to leave.

It's just that she won't believe you.

- Believe me?

You don't have to leave.

We'll just walk in and I'll say something like,

"Hey, Mom, meet my new friend."

- Sadie.

- Sadie. I like that name.

Sadie, I'm Theo. Nice to meet you.

- Nice to meet you, Theo.

- Come on.

- Don't wake up.

Don't wake up.

- Hey, Mom.

- Oh, hi.

- Made a new friend. - Oh, that's good.

It's about time you made a friend.

- Yeah. Her name is Sadie.

- Hi.

- So, you know, I was thinking,

Tom never liked the color of paint in this room,

but I always thought that this color,

it made me feel really cheerful...

- That looks really fun.

- So, what do you think of the color?

- Um...hmm?

- Oh. - [both laugh]

- You know, I think it's pretty good,

but there could be a better shade.

- Okay.

- So, I wanted to show Sadie around the house.

- Oh, sure. Fine.

Just tell her I decorated the whole place.

- No, she didn't. - [laughs]

- What was that? - Nothing.

- [scoffs]

[camera winding]

- Thanks.

- This is my room.

But hang on. I got to get something.

- Wait...

- It's two seconds.

[door closes]

- Hey, Sadie?

Look what I found.

Sadie?

Sadie?

Oh, I get it. We're playing hide-and-seek.

But I must warn you, this is my house,

and I am the champion of hide-and-seek.

Marco?

Marco.

- I didn't say it was that bad.

- ...Paint in this room,

but I always thought that this color,

it made me feel...

- Hey, Mom, have you seen Sadie?

- Who?

- [laughs]

Yeah, real funny.

Are you helping her hide?

- Uh, I don't know what you're talking about.

- Mom, you're supposed to be on my side. Come on.

- Theo, I honestly have no clue what's going on.

- Sadie?

- Yeah, I got that.

I just don't know who that is.

- You were in the new room painting.

I brought her in and I introduced you, and--

I--I haven't been in the new room all day.

- Mom, please just tell me where Sadie is.

You're starting to scare me.

- Yeah, and you're kind of scaring me.

You've been in your room all day.

- No, no. We were out shopping. We went shopping.

We were at the store, and you were shopping,

and then I decided to go to the park, and...

You're crazy.

[dramatic music]

Sadie, where are you?

I won't let you go this time.

This isn't real.

All of these years I've been searching for you.

All of the infinite possibilities,

planets and dimensions in the universe.

Just one more minute with you.

One last smile...

before my world is turned upside down.

I've already found you on the planet.

I'll find you in this world.

[no audio]

[dramatic music]

♪ ♪

Sadie?

Sadie?

Sadie?

Sadie? Sadie?

Mom, where's Sadie?

- This again?

- Stop. What are you doing?

- I'm telling you the truth.

- Why are you doing this to me?

- What, Theo? What am I doing?

- You're hiding her from me.

- Hiding who from you?

- Sadie.

- Theo, now just calm down.

Honestly, son,

you were in your room all day yesterday.

Now, be honest with me. Did you do some drugs?

- No, I didn't do any drugs.

I was at the shop with you, and I...

You're not helping me. I have to go find her.

- Theo?

- Theo?

Where are you?

Theo?

I won't let you go this time.

This isn't real. This isn't real.

All these years I've been searching for you.

I already found you on a planet.

I'll find you in this world.

Just one more moment with you.

One last smile.

- Mom?

I looked everywhere. I went to the park

I went back to--

Are you messing with me?

- What?

It's not that ugly of a color. I like it.

- What are you doing? - I told you.

I've always hated this room, so I thought I'd--

- I know, I know.

- Are you okay?

- No.

And there's a slight chance that I am losing my mind.

- Come here, crazy.

There's nothing wrong with your brain.

It seems that it's your heart that's broken.

- Why would you say that?

- Say what? - Why would you tell me

that it's my heart that's broken?

You know she's here.

You're hiding her from me. You're lying. Where is she?

- Uh, honey,

I'm really beginning to get worried about you.

I want to get you some help--

- No, no, no, no. You are not helping me.

I'll be right back.

[somber music]

♪ ♪

Who's this?

[gasps]

- I just want to help you.

- When will I see you again?

- Oh, Theo, it's not like that.

They're just going to see inside your brain

to make sure nothing's wrong.

- How are they going to do that?

- Oh, I don't know. They've got machines and things.

I mean, it's pretty normal to have an imaginary friend.

- Just not at your age. - What, there's an age limit

for someone to have an imaginary friend?

- Well, yes. About 4 or 5 years old.

- Why? - Oh, come on, Theo.

When you reach a certain age, you've got to learn

to accept real life.

- You know what real life is.

- Yes, Theo. I know what real life is like.

- So believing that Dad loved you all of those years,

that was real life? [gear stick shifts]

- Look, I just want to make sure you're okay.

I don't know why you would just invent someone.

- I didn't invent her. She's real, and you met her.

- Which is exactly why I'm bringing you here.

- Um, hi. I believe we spoke on the phone.

- Oh, yes. You must be Mrs. Braxton.

- Miss Braxton, yes.

- And you must be...?

- Theo. - Hi. I'm crazy.

- Stop it! That's not funny.

- That's okay, ma'am. - I'm sorry.

- We'll take good care of him.

I just need you to fill out a few forms

before the doctor sees him.

- All right, thank you.

- ♪ Daisy, Daisy

Give me your answer, do

I'm half crazy

All for the love of you

It won't be a stylish marriage

I can't afford a carriage

But you'll look sweet

Upon the seat

Of a bicycle built for two

[ominous music]

♪ ♪

- [laughs]

- [sighs]

Not again, Fred.

- Theo?

- Eh, what's up, Doc?

- [laughs] That's not right.

- I know. I was looking for a carrot.

I had that joke in my head the entire trip here.

- Well, we've been reviewing your file

to see how you've been progressing, Theo.

You should have a seat.

- But I just got here.

- Anyhoo, have a seat.

- Okay.

You are so serious, yet I'm the one who needs help.

Anyway, what's up, Doc?

- Theo, how much do you know about Sadie?

- About her past? - Yeah.

- About as much as you do.

- Wouldn't it be possible--? - I didn't finish.

So listen, Doc, are you married?

Well, you look married. At least you act married.

- Yeah, I'm married.

- Where is she right this second?

- She's at home,

or I suppose she could be out shopping.

- So without you looking,

she could definitely be at the grocery store or at home.

So they're both 100% possible, right?

- I suppose so.

- So, what makes one more real than the other?

- Whichever one she's doing.

- But which one is more true?

- I don't understand.

- Well, tell me when either one becomes true.

- When I get home and I see her there,

that one will be true.

- But when you see her at home, you are creating her at home.

- No. When I see her at home I'm simply seeing her at home.

- But before you saw her,

she was still possibly at the market,

or possibly at home.

Both were 100% true.

It didn't become a single reality

until you saw her.

- Theo, what does this have to do with you?

- It's all in here.

We all see the world around us differently.

We all create our own realities.

I'm not broken.

Do you understand?

- No, I don't understand.

But I do understand one thing.

Your mother,

and why she brought you here.

- Come on, Theo. It's time for the tour.

Here we have our pool.

We exercise at least one hour a day,

three times a week.

We believe that in a healthy body,

there's a healthy mind.

[clears throat]

- Oh, uh...

what's that?

- That's nothing.

Let me show you to the common room.

Right this way, Theo.

And this is our common room,

where everyone has their social time.

- [indistinct chatter over TV]

- [shrieks]

- And we can feel free to express ourselves in this room.

[television static crackling]

[changes channel] - Hey.

Hey, hey. I was watching that.

- Uh, let's see now.

You was trying to presti-gugigate--

prestigag--preste--

pull a rabbit out of the hat.

[changes channel] [static crackles]

- Whoa. Did you see that?

- See what?

- That guy who jumped out that fast-moving car.

That was crazy.

- Yeah.

Crazy.

[scoffs and laughs]

- [chuckles]

Look, this guy,

he won't quit licking that stamp.

- I know, right?

- [laughs]

Come on, we get it, son.

- He wasn't going anywhere with that, is he?

- Maybe just did the street corner but nowhere else.

[laughs]

- [laughing]

- [both laughing]

- [coughs]

- TV hours are over.

[turns TV off]

- Hey, I was watching that.

- I'm sorry, it's time for a group session.

[dramatic piano music]

♪ ♪

[no audio]

- How do you like it here?

- Well, the people are funny.

- Looks aren't everything.

- Do you like it here?

- I do now.

- Where were you?

- I don't know what's happening.

- Why are we out here?

- I want to show you something.

- What is it?

- A lover asked his beloved,

"Do you love yourself more than you love me?"

The beloved replied,

"I have died to myself, and I live for you.

"I have disappeared from myself and my attributes.

"I am present only for you.

"I have forgotten all my learnings,

"but from knowing you, I have become a scholar.

"I have lost all my strength,

but from your power, I am able."

A strange passion is moving in my head.

Every part of me goes in different directions.

Is it really so,

that the one I love is everywhere?

- You can't just leave like that.

- I wasn't leaving. I was just outside.

- Theo, do you understand that you're in our hands now?

- Yeah, I do. I'm just saying,

I wasn't planning on leaving.

- Once you start something,

you have to finish it.

- You're right. I'm sorry. It won't happen again.

- Okay. Good. I'm glad we're on the same page.

If we weren't, we have to put you

on heavier medication.

- Heavier?

- I mean, put you on medication.

- Oh, hey.

- Hi. What are you doing?

- Oh, I was just going to turn off the TV.

- Oh.

I didn't get your name.

I'm Sadie.

- It's nice to meet you, Sadie.

My name is Eddie.

But most people just call me Ed.

- [laughs] - Wait a minute.

Nobody calls me Ed. [laughs]

You can just call me Eddie. It's long for Ed.

- [laughs] Well, okay, Long Fred.

- No, no, it's not Fred.

It's...

Wait a minute. Fred. You know, I like Fred.

But just call me Eddie.

- Say, Eddie,

why are you in here?

[upbeat acoustic music]

♪ ♪

- ♪ We wish, we wish, and all we do is wait

And we hope, we hope, but never do we pray

♪ 'Cause we know there's not much to say

We grow, we grow, but never do we change

We mold, we fold

We always rearrange a dream

When it is not a success

It's got to be this one

I know it is, I know it is

It's this one, I know it is, I know it is

It's this one

It's you

- What happened to us?

- Time happened.

- I want to start again, buttercup.

- ♪ Oh, no, we lost the words again

Oh, no, we lost the words again

Oh, no, we lost the words again

Oh, no, we lost the words again

Oh, no, we lost the words again

Oh, no, we lost the words again

Oh, no, we lost the words again

Oh, no, we lost the words again

Oh, no, we lost the words again

Oh, no, we lost the words again

Oh, no, we lost the words again

Oh, no, we lost the words again

Now and then I think of what you said

And it eats me up

Wish I never knew you

Wish I never asked your name

- I...

Because I can see reality.

Yeah.

- Group therapy time.

- Group therapy.

- So you were telling us about a dream last time.

- I heard about a man

who had a dream he was a lion.

- What's the story?

- Well, there was a man who dreamed he was a lion.

But when he woke, he wasn't sure if he was a lion

dreaming he was a man.

- And?

- The truth is that it doesn't matter.

It doesn't matter if I'm a man dreaming I'm a lion

or a lion dreaming I'm a man.

When I'm dreaming I'm a lion...

I am a lion.

- Very nice, Theo.

Does anyone else have any questions?

- I do. I felt healthier when I was living in color.

- That's not a question.

Does anyone--?

- I felt healthier when I was living in color?

That's a question, right?

[bell ringing]

- Hey, hey.

- What?

- I think there's something in there.

- Like what? A chain saw?

- No. No, I'm serious.

They could be hiding some, like, really weird stuff in there.

- Such as? - I don't know.

Like hidden brain surgery equipment or something.

- [laughs]

Like a chain saw?

- No! Hang on.

Yo, Eddie.

- Hi, Theo. - Hey.

What do you know about that shed?

- There's something serious about that shed.

I've heard stories

about the things they keep in there

- [laughs]

- Tell us.

- Have you ever heard of Mary Horowitz?

- No.

- Exactly.

- I'm going to go in there.

- No, Theo.

You can't go in there.

- But I have to find out what's in there.

They must be hiding something.

- What I'm saying is

you can't go in there alone.

You're going to need some help.

[electronic music]

♪ ♪

- What are you looking for?

- I'm looking for what made Mary disappear.

- Theo, there is no Mary.

- What?

- There never was, Theo.

I just wanted to go on a mission, that's all.

[kicks box]

- Come on, let's just go.

- Failed the mission anyway.

- No, Theo.

You didn't fail.

The mission was getting here.

You won.

You're a champion, Theo.

- Yeah, I guess we are practically free, aren't we?

Al right, let's go.

- So did you make any friends?

- Yeah. Yeah, I have, actually.

Some of them might even be real this time.

- I didn't mean it that way.

I just want to know that you're okay.

- I'm okay.

- [sighs]

Who's that?

- That's Mr. Murphy.

- Is he your friend.

- Yeah, he is. He's really nice.

I wonder why no one came to visit him.

- Um, Mr. Murphy, is it?

- Huh?

- Mr. Murphy?

- You can call me Eddie.

- Well, hi, Eddie.

I see you have two whole empty chairs here,

and I have two whole people to fill them.

- Oh, you two can fill these empty chairs if you like.

- Thank you. - Yeah.

- Hey, Eddie?

What's wrong?

- Oh, nothing.

I just don't like these days.

- What--what days?

- Oh, you know, these days when everyone comes to visit.

And no one comes to visit me.

- Well, where's your family?

- I'm not sure.

Someone took them away.

- Well, who needs people anyway?

- People do.

- Yeah. Yeah, I guess you're right.

Someday, someone will come to visit you.

I promise it.

- Theo, who wants to come visit an old cripple?

Hmm?

- Good morning.

- Hey.

Eddie's not doing too well.

- What's wrong?

- The doctor's been replaced.

- Replaced?

Replaced how?

- Someone came and kidnapped my doctor and replaced him

with someone almost identical.

- I didn't notice this. - You didn't notice this

because he was replaced with someone identical.

- Aliens.

- They can replace anybody.

We need to save the doctor.

- Who knows who they'll replace next.

- [gasps] Oh, no, don't say that.

They can replace Katar.

Oh, no, no. Not Katar.

Bam, the nurse.

I don't care about the nurse, but...

- Oh, who is that?

- It's, um...

Mr. Charming Funny Bones.

- [laughs]

Looks like he's lost his head.

- Yeah, well, I haven't been able to finish him.

There's no buttons to steal around here.

- I know someone who could help you out.

- Hey, Robin, you see those buttons over there?

They're cool.

- No they're not.

- Yeah, they're cool.

You should get some.

- But they're cool.

- I'm going to get some.

- I'm going to get some.

- [laughs]

- Go get some.

So did you steal those buttons?

- No.

- Good.

- Did you steal those buttons?

- No. - Good.

- Yes. Thanks.

Where's yours?

- I'll go get them.

- Okay.

Let's see.

Ah, Mr. Charming Funny Bones and Reddy finally meet.

- He just needed a friend, too.

- Indeed. You know, Halloween's coming up.

- Let's get our costumes ready. - Yeah.

- ♪ If I turn around

- ♪ We both turn around

- ♪ But then we won't see

- ♪ The ghost in front of me

The ghost in front of me

- ♪ If I see red eyes

- ♪ They belong to some eyes

- ♪ Did that door just shake? ♪

- ♪ It was an earthquake

- ♪ What's wrong with your eyes? ♪

- ♪ I'm done with your lies

- ♪ Did that box just move? ♪

- ♪ I think I'm about to lose

- ♪ If I turn around

- ♪ We both turn around

- ♪ But then we won't see

- ♪ The ghost in front of me

- ♪ If I see a ghost

- ♪ I don't want to see a ghost

[upbeat piano music]

♪ ♪

- What are you thinking about?

- I'm just thinking why there's always

one single burnt chip in every bag.

- Well, it's kind of like how every family

has a rotting Winnebago.

You know, somewhere.

- Yeah. Well, that's not true. I don't.

Actually, yeah,

my uncle has one in his garage, falling apart.

- There you go.

[giggles]

- This grass is really itchy.

- This grass is kind of really hard.

- At least the clouds are real.

- Yeah.

That one over there looks kind of like cotton candy.

- They all look like cotton candy.

- Yeah, I know, but that one especially.

- Oh, yeah. I see it.

- See?

- And that one

and that one and that one

and that one and that one and that one and that one

and that one and that one.

And this one kind of looks like cotton candy ball.

And that one, too.

Hey, I was wondering something.

- What?

- Um, I was wondering

if you'd be able to hear me from all the way over there.

- You want me to go stand all the way over there?

- Yes.

- Where?

- Just at the other side of the garden.

- You want me to go stand at the other side of the garden?

- Yes.

- O-okay.

- [sobbing softly]

Hey, Theo!

Theo, I'm so...

I'm so sorry no one can see me!

I'm sorry I couldn't exist for you, Theo!

[sniffles]

I'm sorry!

[panting]

- I couldn't hear you.

- I wish they were more open here.

- Yeah, why'd they let us stay out here anyway?

- I don't know.

They're not worried about us escaping.

- It has to be done early tomorrow morning.

Before 10:00. That's when the nurses wake up.

- Are you sure that'll give us enough time?

- Yeah, that'll be enough time. Eddie, are you in?

- Yes, I am in. I can't take it in here anymore.

The color, the food, the white.

No, no, no.

And plus, too many good people are being imposed.

- Good, we'll need your help. - I can do anything.

- Except walk. - [laughs]

- We'll wake up at 4:00 in the morning.

You'll each have to find your own ways out of the rooms.

I still have the keys from earlier.

- Uh-huh. How about if we all meet in the comm room tonight

and you give us the keys.

- Yeah, we'll meet back here after dinner.

I'll give you each the keys,

but you have to be extremely careful with them.

- All right, this is the plan.

We'll need Bam, Robin and Mr. Katar.

- Or a doormat?

- Okay, we'll just need Robin and Bam.

Robin will be destroying and disabling the alarms.

- We need you just to do one or the other.

- No, he's going to disable the alarms.

- It's time for your doctor's appointment, Theo.

- Now? - Yes. Follow me.

- Okay.

- I may have some good news.

Your results came back, and we saw a chemical imbalance.

- What?

- We know exactly how to treat it.

It's a very common mental disorder.

We just need to put you on a little medication

to regulate it.

- Are we sick?

- After this medicine, Theo,

you won't have to worry anymore

about wondering who's real and who's not.

- I won't be able to have an imaginary friend anymore?

- Your imbalance will be cured, Theo.

You'll be out of here.

The medicine will balance you out.

If we don't follow through with this medicine, though,

you may suffer some serious brain damage in the future.

- Serious brain damage?

- Serious brain damage, Theo.

Your brain will likely completely deteriorate.

But luckily we caught it early,

and we have your medication.

Here.

The instructions are on there.

Make sure to follow them closely.

- Penguins.

- So, what was that about? - Oh, you know.

Stupid stuff, like always.

[keys thump]

- So are you guys ready for tonight?

- Ahem.

- I mean, you know,

to get a good night's sleep tonight.

- Yes. I love sleep.

There's an ovenbird that you don't eat.

- Let me see it.

- There's no picture.

[dramatic music]

♪ ♪

[somber piano music]

♪ ♪

- Yeah.

You like that?

Uh-huh.

Hey!

Not cool. Not cool.

- Hey, Robin. We found a really cool treasure.

- I'm not interested.

- But it's where they keep all the gold in the asylum.

[dramatic piano music]

♪ ♪

- Bam.

- Please don't disturb me.

- Hey, you want to go someplace where it's really quiet?

- It's really quiet in here.

- We can get you into solitary confinement.

- Really? Oh, yeah!

[laughs]

Yeah!

[dramatic piano music]

♪ ♪

- Hey, Frederick, want to get out of here?

- No, I like it here.

- Do we need him?

- No. - [mouthing]

- Don't think so, no.

[dramatic piano music]

♪ ♪

- Do it. Do it. Do it. Come on, wake him up.

Go on, wake him up.

- Do it. Come on. - [whimpering]

- Bam, come on. Do it.

- [growls] - [all gasp]

- Sir! We have a very important mission, Sergeant Dan.

Are you in?

- Sir! Yes, ma'am!

- Sir! Yes, ma'am!

- [growls]

[dramatic electronic music]

♪ ♪

[no audio]

- Wait a minute. - Eddie, what's wrong?

- Who are you? - Come on, we have to go.

- Where's Theo and Sadie?

- Eddie, it's us. - Eddie, we're almost free.

- Come on! - What did you do with--?

- Eddie, what are you talking about? Let's go!

- Where are my friends? - Come on, Eddie! Let's go!

- Theo, you're hurting him!

- Imposters! Let go of me! Imposters!

Imposters! Imposters!

Imposters!

Imposters, imposters, imposters, imposters.

[electronic music]

♪ ♪

- ♪ Burn your impression on me

Burn your impression on me

Lights out for everyone

Must have been some kind of heat

Must have been some kind of heat

Burn your impression on me

Burn your impression on me

Lights out for everyone

Must have been some kind of heat

My brain's around the sun

Must have been some kind of heat

Must have been some kind of heat

Oh

Lights out for everyone

Burn your impression on me

Burn your impression on me

Lights out for everyone

Must have been some kind of heat

Must have been some kind of heat

[TV static crackling]

- Do you want to know what I think?

No?

I think you found a girl.

You found happiness in her.

She was perfect.

But when it came time to meet her,

well...

- [voices whispering indistinctly]

- ♪ Daisy, Daisy

Give me your answer, do

I'm half crazy

All for the love of you

It won't be a stylish marriage

I can't afford a carriage

But you'll look sweet

Upon the seat

Of a bicycle built for two

- ♪ Daisy, Daisy

Give me your answer, do

I'm half crazy

All for the love of you

- [indistinct chatter over TV]

- Theo?

[humming]

My Theo.

I want to help you.

I want you to be happy.

So I'll be honest.

You've always known where to find me.

In your head.

[upbeat acoustic music]

♪ ♪

- ♪ We wish, we wish, and all we do is wait

And we hope, we hope, but never do we pray

♪ 'Cause we know there's not much to say

We grow, we grow, but never do we change

We mold, we fold

We always rearrange a dream

When it is not a success

It's got to be this one

I know it is, I know it is

It's this one

I know it is, I know it is

It's this one

It's you

It's got to be this one

I know it is, I know it is

This one

I know it is, I know it is

It's this one

It's you

The Description of A Ghost and the Boy with a Box on His Head