>> MARY: Hmph! OK. Yeah. We definitely need Declan to do this.
>> CALLIE: Where is your sense of female empowerment?
>> MARY: I can be a strong woman and not want to break my neck.
>> CALLIE: Let me try.
>> MARY: How does that make any sense? You're literally a foot shorter than I am.
>> CALLIE: I can climb on a chair.
>> MARY: Look at you!
>> CALLIE: Yeah.
>> MARY: How's that workin'?
>> CALLIE: Well, you just have to -
>> MEDLOCK: Cailyn Craven! You get down from there!
>> MARY: Aw. Shit.
>> MEDLOCK: Busted.
What do you two think you're doing down here?
>> MARY: Communing with nature?
>> MEDLOCK: Don't be smart with me. You've been lying to me for weeks.
>> MARY: OK. It has not been that long.
>> MEDLOCK: You really think I didn't notice half of my tool shed going missing?
>> CALLIE: I told you we should have used Declan's.
>> MARY: So, you're missing a couple gloves and some hoes. I don't see what the big deal is.
>> MEDLOCK: The big deal is Callie's life, Mary.
>> CALLIE: I'm fine, Aunt Sarah.
>> MEDLOCK: I can't believe you would take a risk like this.
>> MARY: We're not taking a risk. We have a survival kit.
>> MEDLOCK: A survival kit. Callie is sick, Mary.
There's always a risk. I guess I can't expect you to understand that.
You know, I would have thought you would have learned something with the whole cat incident.
>> CALLIE: Why are you blaming here? This is my decision.
>> MEDLOCK: You wouldn't be making decisions like this if it weren't for Mary.
>> CALLIE: Yes, I would! I'm not just some little kid.
>> MEDLOCK: You were perfectly fine, safe in your room.
>> CALLIE: Just because my mom died out here, doesn't mean I'm going to.
You know, I walked here today.
And I didn't even have to stop.
I can climb up hills and my lungs are totally fine.
I stopped taking the allergy pill, like about ... two days ago.
A day and a half ago.
But, Aunt Sarah, ... I'm not sick.
I'm just learning how to cope.
>> MEDLOCK: I promised your father that I would take care of you.
>> CALLIE: You are taking care of me.
>> MEDLOCK: You know, I came up here after your mom died.
Wanted to keep the place up for your dad.
You know, I thought maybe he'd want to come back after he had some time, but ...
The months just went on and on. And it got to be too much.
>> CALLIE: Do you ever think he's gonna come back?
I thought so once, but, um ... now ...
You know what? You guys actually did a really great job cleaning this place up.
Even if you had to steal half of my tool shed to do it.
>> MARY: Yeah. So, are we grounded or ...?
>> MEDLOCK: Not this time.
But I want you to start telling me when you come down here, OK? To be safe.
>> CALLIE: Deal.
>> MARY: Fair.
>> MEDLOCK: And no more using chairs and stepping tools, OK?
I have a ladder. You're welcome to use it.
>> CALLIE: Really?
>> MEDLOCK: Yeah.
>> CALLIE: OK. I need to go grab the survival kit. I'll be right back!
>> MARY: [chuckles] All right, I'll meet you at the house, weirdo.
>> MEDLOCK: Mary,
>> MARY: For what?
>> MEDLOCK: For helping her.
>> MARY: Oh, um, ... no problem.