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– Can you see?
– Yeah.

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– You sure?
– Mm-hmm.

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How about now?
Can you see now?

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All right.

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Ready? Three fingers.

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Nice!

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– Nice throw, kiddo!
– Go.

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Hey, you guys want mayo
or mustard, or both?

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Who wants mayo on a hotdog?

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Pardon your brothers. Two mustards, please!
Thanks, momma.

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Got it.

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Nate, mayo or mustard?

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I want ketchup.

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Mind your elbow…

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Good job, Hawkeye!
Go get your arrow.

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Hey, guys. Enough practice.
Soup’s on.

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All right. We’re coming.
We’re hungry.

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Lila, let’s go.

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Lila?

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Honey?

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Babe?

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Babe?

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Babe?

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Boys!

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Boys?

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Laura!

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You don’t need to do that,

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because you’re just
holding the position.

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Come on.

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That was close.

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That’s a goal. We’re
now one a-piece.

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I would like to try again.

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We’re tied up.

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Feel the tension? It’s fun.

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That was terrible. Now you
have a chance to win.

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And you won. Congratulations.

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Fair game.

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Good sport.

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You had fun?

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It was fun.

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This thing on?

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Hey, Miss Potts… Pep.

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If you find this recording…

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don’t post it, on social media.
It’s gonna be a real tear-jerker.

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I don’t know if you’re
ever gonna see these.

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I don’t even know
if you’re still…

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Oh, God. I hope so…

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Today is day 21… uh, 22.

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You know, if it wasn’t for
the existensial terror of

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staring into the
literal void of space,

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I’d say, I’m feeling
more better today.

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The infection’s run its course,
thanks to the blue meanie back there.

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You’d love her. Very practical.

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Only a tiny bit sadistic.

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Some fuel cells were cracked during battle, but
we figured out a way to reverse the ion charge

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to buy ourselves, about,
48 hours of playtime.

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But it’s now dead in the water.

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We’re 1,000 lightyears
from the nearest 7-11.

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Oxygen will run out
tomorrow morning.

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That’ll be it.

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And Pep, I…

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I know I said no
more surprises, but

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I gotta say I was really hoping
to pull off one last one.

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But it looks like…

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Well, you know what
it looks like.

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Don’t feel bad about this.

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I mean actually if you
grovel for a couple weeks,

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and then, move on
with enormous guilt.

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I should probably lie down.
I’m gonna caress my

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Please know that…

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When I drift off, it will be

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goodbye the whole time…

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I’ll think about you.

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Because it’s always you.

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– Couldn’t stop him.
– Neither could I.

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I lost the kid.

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Tony, we lost.

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Is, umm…

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Oh, my God!

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It’s okay.

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It’s been 23 days since
Thanos came to Earth.

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World governments are in pieces.

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The parts that are still working
are trying to take a census,

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And it looks like he did…

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He did exactly what he said he
was gonna do. Thanos wiped out..

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…fifty percent of
all living creatures.

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Where is he now? Where?

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We don’t know.

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He just opened a portal
and walked through.

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What’s wrong with him?

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He’s pissed.

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He thinks he failed.

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Which of course he did, but there’s a
lot of that goin’ around, ain’t there?

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Honestly, at this exact second, I
thought you were a Build-A-Bear.

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Maybe I am.

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We’ve been hunting Thanos
for three weeks now.

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Deep space scans, and
satellites, and we got nothing.

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– Tony you fought him.
– Who told you that?

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Didn’t fight him.

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No. He wiped my face
with a planet while a

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Bleecker Street magician
gave away the stone.

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– That’s what happened. There was no fight…
– Okay.

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Did he give you any clues?
Any coordinates, anything?

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Pfft!

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I saw this coming a few years back. I had
a vision. I didn’t wanna believe it.

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Thought I was dreaming.

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– Tony I’m gonna need you to focus.
– And I needed you.

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As in past tense. That trumps what
you need. It’s too late, buddy.

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Sorry.

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You know what I need?
I need to shave.

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– And I believe I rememeber telling
– Tony, Tony, Tony…

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why that otherwise,

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that what we needed was a suit of armor
around the world. Remember that?

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Whether it impacted our precious
freedoms, or not. That’s what we needed.

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– Well that didn’t work out, did it?
– I said we’d lose.

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You said, “We’ll do
that together, too.”

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Well guess what, Cap? We lost.

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You weren’t there.

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But that’s what we do, right?
Our best work after the fact?

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We’re the Avengers? We’re the Avengers?
Not the Prevengers?

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Okay. You made your point.
Just sit down, okay?

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– No, no. Here’s my… She’s great, by the way.
– Tony, sit, sit down!

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We need you. You’re new blood.
Bunch of tired old mills…

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I got nothing for you, Cap.
I got no coordinates,

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no clues, no strategies,
no options…

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Zero. Zip. Nada. No
trust, you liar…

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Here, take this. You find
him and you put that on.

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You hide.

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– Tony!
– I’m fine. I…

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Bruce gave him a sedative. He’s gonna
probably be out for the rest of the day.

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You guys take care of him. And I’ll bring
an Bezurian elixir when I come back.

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– Where are you going?
– To kill Thanos.

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Hey.

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You know we usually work
as a team here, and

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between you and I we’re
also a little fragile.

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We realize up there is more your
territory but this is our fight, too.

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– You even know where he is?
– I know people who might.

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Don’t bother.

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I can tell you where Thanos is.

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Thanos spent a long time
trying to perfect me.

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Then when he worked, he
talked about his great plan.

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Even disassembled, I
wanted to please him.

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I’d ask, where would we go
once his plan was complete?

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His answer was always the same.

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To The Garden.

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00:10:01,789 –> 00:10:04,820
That’s cute. Thanos has
a retirement plan.

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So where is he, then?

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When Thanos snapped his fingers,

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Earth became ground zero for a power surge
of ridiculously cosmic proportions.

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No one’s ever seen anything like it…
until two days ago.

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On this planet.

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Thanos is there.

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He used the stones again.

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Hey, hey, hey…

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We’d be going in
short-handed, you know?

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– Look, he still got the stones, so…
– So let’s get him.

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– We use them to bring everyone back.
– Just like that?

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Yeah. Just like that.

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Even if there’s a small chance
that we can undo this…

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I mean, we owe it to everyone
who’s not in this room to try.

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If we do this, how do we know it’s gonna
end any differently than it did before?

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Because before, you
didn’t have me.

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Hey, new girl, everybody in this
room is about that superhero life.

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And if you don’t mind my asking, where
the hell have you been all this time?

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There are a lot of other
planets in the universe.

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And unfortunately, they
didn’t have you guys.

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I like this one.

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Let’s go get this
son of a bitch.

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Okay. Who here hasn’t
been to space?

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You better not throw
up on my ship.

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Approaching jump in 3.. 2.. 1.

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I’ll head down for recon.

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– This is gonna work Steve.
– I know it will.

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Because I don’t know what
I’m gonna do if it doesn’t.

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No satellites, no ships, no armies,
no ground defenses of any kind.

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It’s just him.

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Then that’s enough.

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Oh, no.

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Where are they?

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Answer the question.

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The universe
required correction.

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After that, the stones served
no purpose, beyond temptation.

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You murdered trillions!

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You should be grateful.

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– Where are the stones?
– Gone.

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– Reduced to atoms.
– You used them two days ago.

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I used the stones to
destroy the stones.

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It nearly killed me.

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But the work is done.
It always will be.

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I am inevitable.

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We have to tear this place apart.
He has to be lying.

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My father is many things.

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A liar is not one of them.

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Thank you, Daughter.

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Perhaps I treated
you too harshly…

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What… what did you do?

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I went for the head.

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So I, uh…

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Went on a date the other day.

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It’s the first time in five years,
you know? Sit there, dinner…

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00:17:20,661 –> 00:17:23,262
I didn’t know what
to talk about.

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00:17:25,185 –> 00:17:26,785
What did you talk about?

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00:17:26,826 –> 00:17:30,060
Same old crap, you know? How
things have changed, and…

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00:17:30,856 –> 00:17:32,356
My job, his job….

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00:17:32,841 –> 00:17:35,301
How much we miss the Mets.

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Then things get quiet..

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He cried as they were
serving the salads.

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What about you?

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I cried just before dessert.

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But I’m seeing him
again tomorrow, so…

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That’s great.

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You did the hardest part.
You took the jump, you

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didn’t know where you
were gonna come down.

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And that’s it. That’s those little
brave baby steps you gotta take.

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To try and become whole again.
To try and find purpose.

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I went in the ice in ’45 right
after I met the love of my life.

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Woke up 70 years later.

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You got to move on.

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Got to move on.

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The world is in our hands.

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It’s left to us guys.

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And we got to do
something with it.

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Otherwise…

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Thanos should’ve
killed all of us.

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What the hell?

227
00:20:02,487 –> 00:20:03,534
Hope?

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00:20:37,090 –> 00:20:39,426
Kid! Hey, kid!

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00:20:43,570 –> 00:20:45,882
What the hell happened here?

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00:21:17,767 –> 00:21:18,845
My God…

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No. Please. Please, please.
No, no, no…

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Excuse me. Sorry.
No, Cassie, no.

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No.

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No, no.

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Please, please,
please, please….

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00:21:42,554 –> 00:21:43,554
No, Cassie…

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What?

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00:22:21,909 –> 00:22:23,198
Cassie?

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00:22:24,495 –> 00:22:25,495
Dad?

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00:22:51,911 –> 00:22:53,348
You’re so big!

241
00:23:07,381 –> 00:23:11,912
Yeah, we boarded that highly
suspect warship Danvers pinged.

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00:23:11,937 –> 00:23:13,991
It was an infectious
garbage scowl.

243
00:23:14,016 –> 00:23:15,522
So, thanks for the hot tip.

244
00:23:15,656 –> 00:23:18,381
– Well, you were closer.
– Yeah. And now we smell like garbage.

245
00:23:18,406 –> 00:23:20,278
You get a reading
on those tremors?

246
00:23:20,303 –> 00:23:22,795
It was a mild subduction
under the African plate.

247
00:23:22,914 –> 00:23:25,328
Do we have a visual? How
are we handling it?

248
00:23:25,359 –> 00:23:28,593
Nat, it’s an earthquake
under the ocean.

249
00:23:28,625 –> 00:23:31,592
We handle it by not handling it.

250
00:23:32,374 –> 00:23:34,772
Carol, are we seeing
you here next month?

251
00:23:34,801 –> 00:23:37,850
– Not likely.
– What, you gonna get another haircut?

252
00:23:37,895 –> 00:23:41,511
Listen, fur-face. I’m
covering a lot of territory.

253
00:23:41,536 –> 00:23:43,411
The things that are
happening on Earth are

254
00:23:43,436 –> 00:23:46,302
happening everywhere, on
thousands of planets.

255
00:23:47,030 –> 00:23:48,998
That’s a good point.
That’s a good point.

256
00:23:49,670 –> 00:23:52,351
So you might not see
me for a long time.

257
00:23:52,572 –> 00:23:54,513
All right. Uh, well…

258
00:23:55,153 –> 00:23:59,457
This channel is always active.
So, anything goes sideways…

259
00:23:59,528 –> 00:24:01,949
Anyone’s making trouble
where they shouldn’t…

260
00:24:02,215 –> 00:24:05,097
– Comes through me.
– Okay.

261
00:24:05,113 –> 00:24:06,113
All right.

262
00:24:07,235 –> 00:24:08,535
Good luck.

263
00:24:16,874 –> 00:24:19,218
– Where are you?
– Mexico.

264
00:24:19,271 –> 00:24:22,226
The federales found a
room full of bodies.

265
00:24:22,468 –> 00:24:26,053
Looks like a bunch of cartel guys. Never
even had the chance to get their guns off.

266
00:24:26,124 –> 00:24:29,491
– It’s probably a rival gang…
– Except it isn’t.

267
00:24:29,516 –> 00:24:31,896
It’s definitely Barton.

268
00:24:32,039 –> 00:24:36,406
What he’s done here, what he’s
been doing for the last few years,

269
00:24:37,998 –> 00:24:40,060
I mean, the scene
that he left…

270
00:24:40,630 –> 00:24:43,935
I gotta tell you, there’s a part of
me that doesn’t even wanna find him.

271
00:24:49,767 –> 00:24:52,102
Will you find out where
he’s going next?

272
00:24:56,064 –> 00:24:57,064
Nat…

273
00:24:58,624 –> 00:24:59,829
Please.

274
00:25:02,460 –> 00:25:03,460
Okay.

275
00:25:12,273 –> 00:25:16,343
You know I’d offer to clip your dinner
but you seem pretty miserable already.

276
00:25:20,110 –> 00:25:21,499
You here to do your laundry?

277
00:25:21,524 –> 00:25:23,445
And to see a friend.

278
00:25:24,329 –> 00:25:26,266
Clearly, your friend is fine.

279
00:25:29,599 –> 00:25:32,222
You know I saw a pod of whales
when I was coming up the bridge.

280
00:25:32,247 –> 00:25:35,364
– In the Hudson?
– There’s fewer ships, cleaner water.

281
00:25:35,372 –> 00:25:39,426
You know, if you’re about to tell
me to look on the bright side…

282
00:25:39,971 –> 00:25:40,971
Um…

283
00:25:42,080 –> 00:25:45,838
I’m about to hit you in the head
with a peanut butter sandwich.

284
00:25:47,737 –> 00:25:50,572
Sorry. Force of habit.

285
00:26:04,425 –> 00:26:08,635
You know I keep telling everybody
they should move on and… grow.

286
00:26:10,783 –> 00:26:11,915
Some do.

287
00:26:15,486 –> 00:26:16,657
But not us.

288
00:26:17,523 –> 00:26:21,843
– If I move on, who does this?
– Maybe it doesn’t need to be done.

289
00:26:26,430 –> 00:26:28,445
I used to have nothing.

290
00:26:29,594 –> 00:26:31,672
And then I got this.

291
00:26:33,969 –> 00:26:35,258
This job.

292
00:26:38,119 –> 00:26:39,414
This family.

293
00:26:43,596 –> 00:26:47,275
And I was… I was
better because of it.

294
00:26:53,784 –> 00:26:55,096
And even though…

295
00:26:56,161 –> 00:26:57,629
they’re gone…

296
00:27:01,278 –> 00:27:03,559
Now, I’m still
trying to be better.

297
00:27:06,875 –> 00:27:08,921
I think we both
need to get a life.

298
00:27:11,766 –> 00:27:13,007
You first.

299
00:27:18,195 –> 00:27:19,616
Oh… Hi. Hi!

300
00:27:19,640 –> 00:27:22,582
Is anyone home?
This is Scott Lang.

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