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Structurally, there’s no difference. All right. Let’s settle down, please. What about Janey Slater? You think it makes a difference to her? Janey? ROTH: Your ex-girlfriend? She was a physicist too. You saw each other for years. Doug, one question at a time. She has cancer as well. Doctors have given her six months. Isn’t that right, Miss Slater? You were the world to me, Jon. You were my whole life. Do you remember how many times you said you loved me? Janey, I wasn’t told. I stuck by you after the accident. I gave you everything. [AUDIENCE MURMURING] This is how you repay me? -Janey, I wasn’t told. I didn’t know. -Damn you, Jon. Goddamn you. Janey, wait. -That’s it. This interview is over. MAN: Get up there. Get those cameras off. Everybody back Off. Everybody back off. I need some backup here. Leave him alone. Please, if everyone would just go away . .and leave me alone . Do you care to comment? I said, leave me alone! [BOTH PANTING] Jesus. Us . .getting mugged. Let’s go. [MEN GROANING] I’m shaking. You know what? I’m wiped. I’m just gonna call it a night. Oh, are you sure you don’t wanna come by Hollis’ with me . .and shake off the adrenaline? LAURIE: I think I’ve had enough hero stuff for one night. It helped having you listen. DAN: Any time. LAURIE: Take care, Dan. It’s a rough world out there. DAN: Be seeing you. MARINER: I thought of my family . .my wife, my daughters. Vulnerable, unsuspecting. Awaiting my return, only to be met by damnation . .bearing down upon them. Hey! Over here! Here! Ridley. [MARINER GRUNTS] A sail. Rid/ey had brought me a sail. Perhaps this could be my route back to Davidstown. Everything I loved, everything I lived for, depended on my reaching home . .in advance of that terrible Freighter. The morning sun found me no less troubled. Further down the shore . .some of my crew had become inflated with gas. Ugh! l shuddered at my own idea, attempting to banish this repulsive notion. Even in death, they sought to fulfill their duty . .making our vessel more buoyant. And I would do my duty to them in returning them home. Rude/y jarring my men from eternal rest, and laying them in the bed I prepared . .I hoped my wife and daughters might be tucked in by gentler hands . .when their turn came. We shall get home together, my friend. I waited for the tide. Then, embarking, headed east. East, across the night seas. East, borne on the bodies of murdered men. Hope can be a horrible thing. [THUNDER CRASHING] [WIND WHISTLING] [GROANS] [GULLS CAWING] With the dawn came the gulls looking for breakfast. Ridley. Get out. l was reminded that I, myself, had not eaten. I know it is unappetizing, but it is all we have. MAN: He’s gone. -He’s gone! BERNIE: Who’s gone? -Dr. Manhattan. BERNIE: What? What’d you say? Dr. Manhattan’s gone. He’s left us. What? Gone where? [KNOCKING ON DOOR] You’re late. Ah, I know. I know. You won’t believe what happened. Dr. Manhattan just lost it on live TV. Wait, what? [PEOPLE CLAMORING ON TV] l was just with Laurie. She doesn’t know. HOLLIS: She’s gonna know soon enough. The whole world will know. I said, leave me alone! JON: I am looking at the stars. They’re so far away . .and their light takes so long to reach us . .a/l we ever see of stars are their old photographs. It is July, , and lam in love. MAN: That’s great. -You can pick it up tomorrow. -Okay. -Seventy—five cents. -Okay, thank you. Thank you. Gosh, Jon, | wish he gave us a little notice. I’m sure I made a face. Oh, no, no. I’m sure that you’ll look beautiful. Her name is Janey Slater. She is a physicist, like me. lam years old. We were introduced by a good friend of mine from college, Wally Weaver. It is February th, . Wally dies of cancer, of which they now say I am the cause. [INAUDIBLE DIALOGUE] That night, Janey and I make love for the first time. A month from now, the accident awaits me. Oh, I’ll catch up with you guys. I think I left my watch inside. Hey. Let’s just wait a second. I cross the room to the Intrinsic Field Center. I find my watch. [ALARM BUZZES] When I get to the door . Wally is turning white. The program’s locked in.

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