Hey, I'm sorry. You're right. Are
you ready to go? I've got the old
truck. You know the drill...Crab
boil at Ollie's. Croaker Queen
Pageant...It's only small-town fun,
miss you. I miss you.
(softly, but resolved)
Ray, I can't...
I just feel like some part of me
Ray is cold. This is what he's expected all along.
I understand something.
It's not like that. It's not you.
It's me. My head. I want to go back.
I want to be with you. I want to be
fine. I want everything to be like
it used to be.
It just isn't.
Ray is hurt and confused.
Hey, why don't you stay up here?
They have fireworks over the river.
I have to work, Julie. My boat's in
Southport, remember? But, I get it.
You need your space from Craokerland.
And maybe from me, too.
You know where to find me.
Ray? Ray? At least come up for a
Ray keeps on walking.
It's okay. I'm just gonna go.
Ray, I'm sorry. I didn't mean...
I'm just scared...that's all.
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