[ Alarm beeping ] [ Sighs ] Well, let me know if you remember
anything about this Vera person. And I’ll keep you updated if we have
any possible leads on the shooter. You have my number. Last night you said
it was a double homicide? Yeah, that’s right. Adam and an employee. There wasn’t another man?
Another customer? Remind me again, how was it you happened to be
at the crime scene last night? Oh, I don’t know. I was just, walking to Eric’s— Adam’s brother’s house
and I saw… I saw the police. Yeah, no, there wasn’t another man. It was just Adam and an employee. Right. Well, thank you for your time. Thank you. NINA: Noah! Cookies again? Your favorite. -How’s it coming?
-I’m stuck. I can’t figure out how it should end. Well, if you want to know
what I think— I know, it’s repetitive. Just my opinion. All right, I gotta go. I’m already running late. Late for what? Love you! SEAN: Hi. Hi there, I’m Hannah. Hi Hannah, I’m Sean. Hi Sean. [ Alarm beeping ] [ Beeping stops ] Hey, what are you doing here?
Could no one cover your shift? It’s okay, I’m off soon anyway. No, you shouldn’t be working
right now— I’m fine. Okay. Sam? It’s Sean. Thanks. [ Beeping ] [ Beeping intensifies ] [ Flatline ] Good morning, sunshine. -Is that for me?
-Yup. -What’s that?
-Hm? On your hand. Oh, it’s just a reminder. We have Post-It notes. Right. DR. SPALDING: Oh, we’ve got
a last-minute appointment today, squeezing her in this morning. Okay. You writing
the next great novel there? Oh, uh, no, it’s a dream journal. -Dream journal?
-I was just— -I was just writing down last night’s.
-Wow. I’m impressed you can remember
your dreams so long after waking up. Oh, uh, well, I— Hi, Hannah. Oh, hi, Dr. Spalding.
How are you? I’m great. This is Sean, my new assistant. Hi. Hi. You ordered a latte. Yeah. Shall we? HANNAH: What happened to that guy
who used to work here? You know, he wanted to leave the city,
get a change of pace. Oh. DR. SPALDING:
Yeah, we’ll miss him but… So. Hannah? How are things? I guess you haven’t heard. A couple nights ago, Adam died. Oh, Hannah, I’m so sorry. What happened? He was just running an errand, and there was an armed robber… Hannah, I’m sorry, that— that shouldn’t have happened. Um, there was this other thing
that happened that night. I don’t know,
I can’t stop thinking about it. DR. SPALDING: Mm-hmm. I had a dream that Adam died, but while he was actually dying. I don’t know. I mean, it wasn’t just like
some random coincidence because… it was the exact crime. You know,
it was the exact same place, and I’d never been there before. Hm, that is strange. I understand this must have been
incredibly difficult to experience. Have you been taking
your medication? Yeah. I mean, yeah, most of the time. But sometimes I forget. Well, it’s very important
not to forget. But moving on… Let’s talk about Adam. [ Upbeat music playing ][ Ringtone ]Hello?Hi, Detective Sterling.
This is Hannah Taylor.-Hi, Miss Taylor.
-Hi.I found something in Adam’s desk. I think it’s Vera’s address.