Cheyenne: I hate watching you get dressed. Do you really have to go?
Ezra: Yeah… I’m supposed to start this new job today and I need to stop by the apartment first.
Ezra: We’ll talk soon. Call me if you need anything.
Cheyenne: This is a really nice place! I can’t thank you enough for helping me out.
Ezra: Hey it’s no problem. As soon as you’re settled I’ll get out of your way.
Cheyenne: You don’t have to leave you know.
Ezra: I don’t think it’s a good idea for—
Cheyenne: We’re not kids anymore Ezra. And there are things we can do now that we never did then.
Cheyenne: Ezra!! Oh, it’s so good to see you! C’mere!
Ezra: Good to see you too! I’m glad you got here safely.
Cheyenne: I’m just glad to be away from that man!
Ezra: Uh, yeah, I’m sure.
Cheyenne: Oh god, I’m sorry, I won’t bring it up again. In fact it’s better if I just try to forget the whole thing. But… thank you, for not asking questions.
Ezra: Um, Anytime?
Ezra: So, the hotel is just around the corner, I’m sure after that bus ride you won’t mind a bit of walking.