He took away eight years of my life!
Left me with nothing. No severance. No
savings. He broke me. And he deserves
to die for it.
No he doesn’t.
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No, he really doesn’t. Nobody deserves
to die, Hollis. Frankly, after seeing
your behavior today, I think Ken Lydecker
deserves a medal for putting up with you
as long as he did.
Now there aren’t too many good outcomes
for you here. But they all start with
you giving up that gun...
I came in here ready to kill him, what
makes you think I won’t kill you?
Chance sizes him up. And then starts walking towards him...
Because I see the rifle, but I don’t see
a guy who’s gonna use it.
Are you crazy? I said stop!
Am I crazy?
Chance walks right up to him, inches from the rifle muzzle.
I assume that was a rhetorical question.
A tense beat, as they stare each other down. Before Hollis
can speak, CHANCE LASHES OUT, pushing the rifle aside, and
striking at Hollis in the same move. The GUN FIRES, but
Chance is well clear of it.
Hollis tries to fight back, but he’s severely outmatched.
Chance is no street fighter; every move is graceful. This is
a guy who has spent a lot of time studying martial arts.
The rifle skitters across a desk and onto the floor, and
Chance goes after it. As he does, Hollis frantically
connects some wires from his vest to a DEAD-MAN’S SWITCH.
Chance grabs the rifle, cycles the chamber expertly, and aims
it at Hollis. But Hollis has just finished arming the vest.
You don’t wanna go out like this, do you?