Ben checks in with Olive and Ben, reminding us that despite what is happening at work, he is more a father than a spy.
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Ben looks back to spur Olive
Scene shifts to the next morning at the Stone house.
BEN: Hey. How was the climb?
OLIVE: I quit. It’s too hard.
BEN: Too hard? Huh. Well, harder than riding down Tait Hill with no hands? You busted your lip three times. You didn’t quit until you nailed it.
OLIVE: How do you remember stuff like that?
BEN: I’m your dad. I remember everything. Your mom told me climbing really helped you when things weren’t going so good.
OLIVE: Well, that’s a polite way of putting it.
BEN: I’m just saying, you’re great now, so I’m a big fan of whatever got you here, okay?
OLIVE: Thank you, Dad.
Ben looks ahead to spur Cal
BEN: Hey, bud. Doing okay? You want me to bring you some breakfast upstairs?
CAL: I feel him even more now. That man things are getting worse for him.
Ben kisses his son on the forehead.
BEN: We’re so close.