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like I.like, I’m involved with all this stuff? Because they’re out for blood, honey. That’s why. They just wanna. But anybody in the know knows you weren’t the mastermind. That’s nonsense. Oh, well, thanks. I already wanna kill myself. Are you trying to make me feel worse? No, but I. You, uh. .you’d commit suicide? With what? I don’t know. I haven’t figured that part out yet. Something nice. Maybe Ambien. How much Ambien do we have? Enough to open a pharmacy. What about these? Klonopin? Same thing. Just put it in here. Do have yourself a merry little Christmas. It’s a great song and you’ll be hearing Judy Garland sing it. RUTH: Can’t we just have quiet? I can’t fall asleep unless I watch something. You just took a whole bottle .of Ambien, Bernie. Sleep’s not gonna be your problem. My mind races. Fine. Our last night on Earth .will be you, me, and Judy Garland. How romantic. Let’s not get started, Ruth. We had a good life, didn’t we? Yeah, .until you ruined it. d Have yourself d d A merry d d little Christmas d d Let your heart d d be light d d Next year d d all our troubles d d Will be out of sight. d (DOOR OPENS) (FOOTSTEPS) d Have yourself. d BOY: Pop-pop! Pop-pop! d Make the yuletide d d Next year d d all our troubles d d Will be miles away. d (RUNNING FOOTSTEPS) d Once again. d Hello? d As in olden days. d Pop-pop! Hello? d Happy golden days d d Of yore d d Faithful friends. d Mark, Andy. Uh, I’m glad you came. I have so much I wanna tell you. So much I wanna tell you. I never. I never wanted any. I never wanted either of you .to.to. .to, you know. I just never wanted either of you to. .it just. .sometimes things in life happen. .that you don’t even. You know, there’s a lot that I never really wanted to. .to tell you. Uh, I’m glad. I’m glad you’re here. d Once again d d As in olden days d d Happy golden. d Good evening. It is a day that will be in bold print. .in history books. Black Monday, October th, , .when the stock market went into a free fall, .losing more in one day. .than it did on Black Tuesday in . (STATIC HISSES) rigged. How to the little guy. (KEYBOARD CLACKING) I wonder if I can count on you. FRANK: Of course. BOY: Pop-pop! BERNIE: Can I count on you? Pop-pop! BERNIE: We took a big hit today. Lost over a billion and change. You know how with a split-strike conversion strategy. .the stock options offset losses? FRANK: It’s like insurance. A meltdown like this, would have been a nice strategy. If only we had it in place. .before the . No ifs. No ifs. And we tell no one. We tell no one. BOY: Pop-pop! FRANK: Basically, we’re picking winners of yesterday’s horse races? Yeah, so if anyone double-checks our trades, we got it all there. All winners. Fine. BERNIE: Make sure the books show. .that the London office is clearing the trades. .so no one upstairs in market-making is involved. Not my brother, not the boys, no one. Understand? Yeah, of course, of course, yeah. No one. WOMAN: Erwin’s last words to me, .the last thing he said was, “Bernie will take care of everything.” He’s gone, and. I don’t know what to do. BERNIE: