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Yes, I have a daughter. Matylda. She’s . This is getting interesting. They called saying that That she left school and they can’t find her. You’re quite the storyteller. You don’t believe me. No I do. I’ve seen some weird things lately. Go on. I looked for her all over, called everyone, turned out she went to the Philharmonic. A -year-old. My wife used to sing in a choir before she passed. Matylda hasn’t been coping well with her mom’s death. She went to ask about her mom’s next performance. She doesn’t quite understand mom isn’t coming back. You’re not joking? I’m so sorry. No, I am sorry. A widowed father I didn’t want to drop that bombshell right away. I just wanted to explain why I couldn’t make our first date. I didn’t have your number, so I couldn’t call. I’m sorry. Come on, it’s not How is your daughter now? Depends. The thing is, no one knows how much she actually understands. So her mom sang in a choir? Yes. That’s uncanny, because I teach music to I know, I saw it on your profile. Music can help a lot. You could sign her up. So, now that we’ve got first date superficial banter out of the way How about Your favorite food. Lasagne. Please don’t tell me it’s yours too. I didn’t say that, because my favorite food is kebab. Excuse me. Two kebabs please. We don’t serve kebabs. In that case we’ll need a moment. And please take these away. How’s life? Hungry. I had only salad again. Cooking just now. Come on over. Isn’t it a little late? :PM? How old are you? !: Seriously? I’ll take this. Come on in. Should I be scared? Would you like a drink? Thank you. Wine. White? Red? White red white Just your average bachelor’s pad. If you find the bathroom, let me know. I haven’t listened to this in years. Shall we spin it? There were so many days That drained our strength There were so many moments That left us breathless I used to play this for my parents. On the piano. As a child. Every Sunday. I’d watch them dance. Dying of boredom. I was sick of this song. After dad died, mom stopped listening to it. And now I’d give anything to play it for them again. So tell me about today. What about it? Your date with the no-show. I don’t want to talk about it. That bad? That good. Seriously? Tell me then. I don’t want to. Why not? Because you’ll use it on the show. Isn’t that the deal we made? Well, this one might have potential. I don’t want to mess it up. Why would I mess it up? We’re looking for a boyfriend for you, right? But promise this stays between us. Okay, but you have some more wine. He was charming, handsome, funny Excuse me Cheerful isn’t this the same guy who left you waiting in a restaurant for two hours? Turns out we have a lot in common. He also loves music and lost someone close to him. Whom? His wife. She died of cancer nine months ago and it’s a sad story. That’s why he couldn’t make it. His daughter ran away from school, he was looking for her. What’s with the face? Can’t you hear how that sounds? How? His wife died of cancer. And his daughter went missing. He showed me pictures.



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