In the kitchen!
Big house. Doesn't help.
Follow my voice, follow my voice, follow my voice!
好 检查过整个房♥子 安全了
All right, checked the whole property. It's clear.
Thank you, Officer.
警官 告诉你一句 我在假释中
Sir, just so you know, I'm on parole.
But I have an alibi;
I was with them watching slasher movies all night.
Oh. Yeah, those are fun,
till you walk in on a real crime scene.
I bet you've seen some messed-up stuff.
I don't like to talk about it, but no.
This is Napa Valley.
People call 911 when they get a bad wedge of brie.
Oh, I love brie.
All right, here's my card.
Give me a call tomorrow with a list of what's gone missing,
you know, for your insurance.
Oh, and, uh, I, uh...
I just got one more question for you.
Um, is that a Kalamazoo grill in the backyard?
I don't know. My ex-husband put it in.
I don't touch the thing.
How can you not...
I'm sorry. It's just, when I buy a lottery ticket,
that grill is what I'm dreaming of.
你可以烧木头 木炭 燃气 或者
You can burn wood, charcoal, gas, or-or...
you can go infrared.
You're getting a little worked up here, Officer.
It's just sitting there!
Well, good thing they didn't steal that.
You can't steal it; it's built-in.
You ladies, have a, have a good night.
It's a left, two rights and a left.
Well, thanks again for coming, but I think I'm okay now.
Yeah. Unless they come back.
Why would you say that?
It happens all the time.
I mean, now that the guy knows the layout,
he could get a couple buddies, come back,
toss this place like a Caesar salad.
- Tammy! - I'm sorry!
You're right. It could be a chick.
I really appreciate you guys spending the night.
I still think you could've made room for me up there.
I still think, while you're down there, you can rub my feet.
Bonnie, would you please check the windows again?
- Back. u202d- Damn it.
You know, we can't sleep here every night.
Speak for yourself.
This mattress is taking on the shape of my ass.
It's memory foam.
Well, I want to marry it.
Maybe you should hire some security, you know,
someone to stay here till you get over the yips.
How 'bout that cop?
A lot of those guys do off-duty work.
Mm, I don't know.
He wouldn't shut up about my barbecue.
I mean, what man notices that and not me?
你说得对 别找警♥察♥ 找地狱天使[黑帮]
You're right, don't call a cop. Call a Hells Angel.
They know how to crack heads and appreciate a pretty lady.
Shh, shh, shh! Did you just hear that?
吉尔 警报开着 你被我们围着
Jill, the alarm's on, you're surrounded by us,
and Christy's closest to the door-- they'll get her first.
The hell they will!
Geez, shave your legs once in a while!
Okay, if this is gonna work,
everybody has to sleep on their side.
-转身 塔米 -好嘞
- Flip the dolphin, Tam. - Oh, sure, sure.
Warm brown food?
Appears to be some sort of chili.
Hey! What are you doing, you big moose?!
You just walk in
and eat anything that's cooking on the stove?
It's kept me alive so far.
Well, it's not for you. It's for Nora.
I did a little snooping around on Instagram;
found out it's her favorite thing.
Oh, my God, you're making chili for Nora
just so she'll like you.
Hey, I used to make you screwdrivers
to get you to like me.
You did have a good firm pour for an eight-year-old.
I really think this is gonna work.
I can almost feel her loving me already.
You're really quite pathetic, do you know that?
I've never denied it.
I'm paying you to protect me, not to sit here watching
six tiny black-and-white movies at the same time.
You figured out those are the security cameras I set up, yeah?
What's going on there? Those squirrels fighting?
Yeah, they've been going at it hot and heavy.
Definitely not married.
You know, you don't have to keep bringing your own food.
You're welcome to anything in the fridge.
Thanks, but years of police work tell me
there's probably less than a thousand calories
in this entire house.
I got to ask you a question, Ms. Kendall.
Oh, you've seen me without makeup; call me Jill.
You've seen me without makeup; call me Andy.
很好 安迪 你问吧
Great, Andy. Ask away.
This is a huge house, and you're just one person.
Don't you think you'd feel safer in a smaller place?
But I've just been here so long, I guess I'm kind of used to it.
And my ex wanted it in the divorce,
so I cried until the judge said I could have it.
Yeah, my ex did the same thing with my Raiders tickets.
And she doesn't even go.
It's painful enough trying to watch a Raiders game.
Now I got to turn it on and see
those two empty seats in the end zone.
Oh, that's nothing.