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Boston Ma, Friday, 7:00 pm
Tina has gone to her bedroom, on her way she passed James who was coming to Jane’s office and saw her, he tried to say something but Tina had her mind somewhere else; she didn’t even look at him, neither to Maura who was going to the kitchen with an empty glass.
In her bedroom, the blonde opened her tablet to check the phone number of ‘str’ and made a phone call asking for a cab, then she went to the backyard to make another phone call. The phone was ringing, Tina was saying mentally ‘answer, come on, answer…’ suddenly the ringing stopped.
Tina: “fuck, Louise, why are you hiding from me…?”
There was silence in the line, Tina waited, her glassy-eyed were full of anger and sadness, and with her last hopes, she talked.
Tina: “are you sick, tell me what’s wrong with you?”
Louise: “I’m fine baby sis…”
Tina: “where are you…?”
Louise: “I’m worried for you…”
Tina: “what the fuck Lou…! Tell me where are you?”
Louise: “why…? You’re not thinking of coming, right?”
Tina: “of course I’m going; I found your city area code.”
Louise: “nooo… it is dangerous, baby sis.”
Tina: “you are in Springfield; I’ll look for you in the whole town, house by house.”
Louise: “no, Tina this is far and risky, is almost 90 minutes driving…, where is Bette.”
Tina: “don’t get her into this Lou, I know you have been talking to her and she lied to me because of you.”
Louise: “no baby, we only wanted to protect you.”
Tina: “give me your address… NOW.”
Louise: “okay, Ingersoll Grove, but don’t come alone.”
Tina: “don’t tell me what I have to do…, see you later.”
The conversation ended, and Tina left jumping through the fence of the backyard to catch the cab that was already waiting for her in the corner.
In the meanwhile Bette was still discussing with Jane in her office when her cell phone rang; Bette saw the number.
Bette: “wait, Jane, I have to take this…, hello Louise…, what…, are you crazy…, wait… Jane, where is Tina? She just talked to Louise and has headed to Springfield.”
Jane: “no, that’s not possible; the police officers are guarding the house.”