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Life Foundation Control, this is LF1. The specimens are secured, and we're heading home. Roger, LF1. You are a go for reentry. Copy that. Initiating reentry sequence. Point-four by 103-point... Oh, shit. WOMAN. Seal it off. Seal it off! LF1, Mission Control. You're breaking up. Please repeat. Mayday, Mayday, LF1! - Mayday! - LF1, Mission Control. Please repeat. LP 1, Mission Control. Please repeat. I don't want to have to wait for full clean-up just to get -a status report. - We're collecting this data -as quickly as possible. - That's not good enough. Okay, maybe you can tell me what happened. There was some kind of breach. One of the astronauts -sent a distress call. - What about the crew? - We're still investigating. - Where did it go down? It's 20 kilometers west of Sibu. Did we at least retrieve all of the samples? No. We have three of them. One of the organisms got out of containment, and it's missing. We don't know which one. What is she saying? One of the astronauts is still alive. 6052ij 095129 Amnmkczo r5 That's Jameson. - Morning, sunshine. - What? I'm awake. Missed me. - I'm awake. - Here you go. - You can have it back. - Thank... Oh, wow, you're wearing a suit. Yes! - I love it when you wear the suit. - Thank you. I have depositions today in the Life Foundation case. Hey, let me know how your meeting goes. My meeting? Oh, shit. Yeah. My meeting. - Coffee. - Oh. Mmm! - You are perfect. - Thank you. Hey, you know what... You know What night -it is tonight, right? - Date night. Mmm-hmm. So, I will pick you up around, uh, 6:00. And please do not forget your helmet. Oh, I'm glad that you like it, 'cause I plan on wearing it at our wedding. That's hot. Feed the cat. I will. I love you! Love you, too. Feed the cat. I be the realest one alive You don't want no problem Take you down, it ain't gonna be no problem, yeah I get to feeling like I'm high all my life You ain't gonna want these problems Take you down, ain't gonna be no problem... Eddie Brock with boots on the ground today in the Mission District, chasing a lead into some... Everybody knows how our Silicon Valley overlords -at Google and Facebook... - Last time, I was poking around asking uncomfortable questions... Homelessness is only increasing into the thousands... Eddie Brock here reporting today from downtown Oakland, where massive demonstrations have taken over the streets. I've been chasing this real-estate bribery story for a few weeks now. - This is gonna piss you off. -...all being strong-armed... Medical examiner has yet to determine cause of death, due to the condition of the body, but you don't wind up at the bottom of a landfill due to natural causes, so it seems that the city doesn't care about these people any more than the killer does. I'm Eddie Brock, and this is The Brock Report. Hey, Richard! - Lookin' good! - Eddie, you can't park there, bro. Come on, man. There's no such thing as can't. How'd she do? Berkeley. Brown. MIT. - She's got a scholarship, bro. - What'd I tell you? You told me what? - No such thing as can't. - Eddie. The bike. MIT! Whoo! You know what I love about this view? - It never gets old. - Yeah, well, uh... Height's not really my thing. But, uh... What's the deal? - I got you the big one, exclusive. - Yeah? Who? Carlton Drake. - Carlton Drake? - The man's a visionary. He wants to talk about his rockets, assure everyone they're safe, that the crash was an anomaly. Uh... He's... He's seriously off. I'm gonna level with you. Carlton Drake could buy us with his pocket cash, turn this building into his own garage if he so wished. Now, you're just gonna ask him about his space program, you're gonna thank him, and you're gonna bid him a nice day. He's a crook. Eddie, when you had nowhere to go, we gave you a home. Now, you know we love the Eddie Brock show. There isn't a better investigative reporter working today, but no one is above the network. So do me a favor, Eddie, don't start your shit again. All right, all right. - For me. - All right. I'll do it. I don't know why he gave me this assignment, Annie. It's not... It's not what I do. Well, my mother always told me that anything in life worth having would take sacrifice... - Mmm-hmm. - Patience... - Mmm. - And be a lot of work. - That's you... - That's not. -...that I'm talking about. - Nah. - Yeah. Well, you're lucky to have me. To be fair, I'm quite a catch. That's what my mom told me. Are you gonna behave yourself tomorrow? No. No, I'm gonna do my job. That's what I'm gonna do. I can't, you know, not do my job. The guy you work for is a complete... I don't work for Drake. I work for my firm, and my firm works for him. And I'm sure that they defend many people that you don't deem worthy, but we don't want a repeat. - A repeat? - Of the Daily Globe incident. Ow! Really? - Incident? That's not an incident. - Mmm-hmm. - Baby, you were run out of New York. - I was not. I did not. I don't want you run out of San Francisco. No, I still have currency in New York. I was going places. I wasn't running. I was going places. In fact, I moved to San Francisco for you. - Me? - You are my home. You're not so bad yourself, champ. - Less talking, more kissing. - All right. Let's just get the check. You Oh You are my lady Ooh, ooh I am your man Some call it crazy Ooh, ooh They don't understand Our love... I'm gonna get a drink. Shh. Very soon, another Life Foundation rocket will be sent on an exploratory mission. And that's how, one day, we might all live in space. Cool, huh? And now that I've shown you some of the cool stuff that we do here, I'm hoping I've inspired each and every one of you to go out there and create things that others - have only dreamt of. - Mr. Drake? - Shh! - It's okay. Don't silence her. Come here. What's your name? - Allie. - It's okay, Allie. You know, sometimes that's what people do. They try and silence those of us who ask questions. But you know what? In the end, we're the ones who change the world. Take good care of that, Allie. Guys, this is Dr. Skirth. - Say hi. - Hi. Hello, kids. Um, sorry to interrupt, but it's time to get changed for your interview. Yeah. Uh, kids, sorry to leave you. Allie, you're in Charge. High five up top. Dr. Skirth will answer Allie's question, and any others. - See you next time, guys. Bye! - Bye! What do you say, Mr. Drake, we just start at the beginning? - Born to British parents. - Mmm-hmm. And then at 19, you discovered a gene therapy that literally doubles the life expectancy -of pancreatic cancer patients. - Well, actually, it tripled their life expectancy. But it's okay. Okay, um, 24. That's still extremely young. All right, you create -the Life Foundation! - It didn't happen overnight. And then... Rockets. You then decide, like any normal human being, that you're gonna go and explore space. You know What it is? I have always believed... - Uh-huh. -...that space exploration is crucial in our quest to cure everything that ails us here on Earth. But if you think about everything we've found... - Uh-huh. the oceans and on land, -isn't it time to look up there? - Mmm-hmm. To this plethora of untapped resources? And you have a plethora of untapped resources, also, from your pharmaceutical companies that you're involved with, you know, to help you realize -that ambition, I suppose. - Of course. - Yeah. - Full circle. So, I have to ask, how does that work, you know, exactly, the Life Foundation thing? How does it... How does it, um... I don't know, how does it go about, - say, testing pharmaceuticals? - Eddie, we're talking -about the rocket here. - No, I'm not. I'm not. I'm talking about the allegations. - I'm sorry, I don't... - It says that your entire empire has been built -on dead bodies. - Eddie. It's true, right? It says that you recruit the most vulnerable of us to volunteer for tests... - Hmm. -...that more often than not end up killing people. Yeah, I'm aware of these rumors online. There's a lot of fake news out there these days. Right. What about the legal cases? Sorry? Uh, the actual legal cases, like Sarah Chambers, - Phil Barclay, Rob MacDonald. - That's it. Time to go. Thank you so much for coming to talk to me, Mr. Brock. And they're just some of the people who walked -through these doors... - Have a nice day. - Cut the camera off, please. - Thank you very much. - Time is up. Come on. - They're dead. The Dead... - Could you show him out, please? - The Dead Found... Don't touch me. The Dead Foundation thing. - Get out of here, Brock. - We're not finished. Yes, you are, Mr. Brock. Is that a threat? Have a nice life. I know what you're going to say, but... This guy, he is all the way bad, Jack. - If you just give... - Who's your source? - Excuse me? - Who's your source, Eddie? I don't have a source, per se. But I have a hunch. This isn't the Wild Wild West. We don't go off half-cocked based on a hunch. We do the work. We substantiate our accusations. We provide evidence. You know, for a smart guy, you really are a dumb-ass. You're fired, Eddie. I can't trust you. Have a nice life. - Will just take a second. - Okay. Hey. You are pathologically self-absorbed. - Annie. Annie, can you talk to me first? - Your ego requires constant attention, and you're stubborn as hell. But I was willing to roll with it, Eddie, because I loved you. You "loved" me? What is that supposed to mean? What you did got me fired. You used me. Annie? Annie. Oh, my God. You're beautiful. Amrmmz mocmrozzov $224982sz Test 36. Biological interactions between two different organisms. These creatures need to bond with a respiratory host in order to survive for any amount of time in an oxygen-rich environment. Well, why are all these hosts showing this hyper-acute rejection? That's what we're trying to find out. The bonding process is starting. It's equalizing. But Why? Why this rabbit? - It's similar to an organ transplant. - Huh. Where the donor and recipient must be an exact match? - That's correct. - Okay. So wait, think about it. If we do achieve symbiosis, they should be able to survive here, but also we would be able to survive there. "We"? - Begin human trials. - Oh, it's way too soon to even begin to think about something like... Dr. Skirth, you're at the forefront of a scientific breakthrough. I need you to hold your nerve. All right? I understand, but it's an ethical question. Think of future generations. Think of your kids. Hey, how are your kids? Let's begin human trials. Good work. Hey, Jack. Do you ever feel like your life -is like one monumental screwup? - Nope. Here at the Life Foundation, - We've always believed... - Isn't that your buddy? finding the lessons in our disappointments. In the months since our rocket failed, we've learned so much. Do you think we could, like, switch him off? Some people are trying to watch that. Oh, you are, are you? - Yeah? - Aren't you Eddie Brock? I used to be. We take the same view of progress. Thrilled to announce that the Life Foundation has now begun preparations on its next launch. All right, Jack, this is for you. I do not want you to spend it all at once. I'm going to go home and chase myself around the room, playing hard to get. UAT.UuTOU {cm-O Ulanv lAUmll2ll m=u~mZ lva - Hey, Maria. - Eddie. - How's it going? Righteous, Eddie. Oh! Yeah, we're empty. Cost you $5. $5 for a paper that's free? I walked all the way over to the vending machine, got the papers out and brought 'em back over here, so you can have 'em personally delivered to you. You did that for me? - Yes, I did. - Oh. - Five bucks. - That's pretty steep. Tell you what, you give me a dollar for a song, I'll throw in the paper. I'll tell you what, I will give you 20 bucks, but not to sing, all right? Deal. - Thank you. - You're welcome. No. You're welcome. Hey, Mrs. Chen. - How you doing, Eddie? - Ah, aches and pains, you know, aches and pains. You look like shit. Excuse me? You look like shit. And you look as beautiful as ever. - Jesus. - Mind is body, Eddie. Have you been meditating like I showed you? - No, I have not. And it does not work. - It doesn't work, -because you don't give it a chance. - No, it doesn't work, because I bought a DVD off your cousin, and it was in Mandarin. Yeah, I don't understand that, either. See, that right there, I don't understand what you just said. That is the problem. Bottle of whiskey, and don't forget my change. Please. Let's go. Before the price goes up for my protection. The full payment is due. Now. Make sure you have my money ready, Chen. I don't like to wait. Life hurts, Eddie. It just does. 62:25 mm: xoim m5 m anEm szs m: om I gotta go. - Okay. Love you, babe. - See you, babe. And the state it put him in What a dick. To hold his head high When he really wanna die And you know The difference it makes And you know All that it takes Is love... I'm not even asking to staff there. Why would I do that? I can't use my name. I can use a pseudonym. Any name. Think... You pick a name. I could be a woman. Have you seen Tootsie? He won't break Won't break... I'll call you back. Okay, I won't. Thank you. Bye. Realize deeply that the present moment is all you ever have. Make the now the primary focus of your life. Any action is often better than no action, especially if you have been stuck in an unhappy situation for a long time. If it is a mistake, at least you learned something, in which case it's no longer... Thank you all for bringing us to this moment. Our names will be spoken long after we are dust. History starts now. This is day one. This is first contact. Let's get to work. Establishing subject baseline. All vital signs are normal. Put me through. There's no need to be frightened, Isaac. There's no need. Isaac. You know that's a biblical name? Yes, sir. God said to Abraham, "Give me your son, "show me you are willing to sacrifice the one thing "most precious to you," and Abraham was willing. You know What's always impressed me about that story? It isn't Abraham's sacrifice. It's Isaac's. Now, I don't know What kind of God would ask that of someone, but it doesn't change anything for me. Isaac is still the hero of this story. Look around you. Look at the world. What do you see? War, poverty, a planet on the brink of collapse. I would argue that God has abandoned us. He didn't keep his end of the bargain, Isaac, so now it's down to you and me to put this fight. And this time, Isaac, we can. We Will. This time, I will not abandon us. Yes. Open it. What the hell is that? What? No, what... Please let me... No. Oh, please, please, please! His vitals are holding steady. - Where the hell did it go? - Incredible. Where did it go? Where is it? Bring in the next volunteer. You know, I used to be a reporter. I was... I was pretty successful, as well, you know? My job, it required you to... You know, to follow people that did not want to be followed and hide in plain sight. I mean... You have to know how to disappear. I was pretty good, but, you know, you... Whoever you are, you suck. Okay. - Uh, my name is Dora Skirth. - Mmm. I need your help. - I work at the Life Foundation. - You do? - Yes. - Wow. Good for you. We're done. No... Mr. Brock, please... Please listen to me. Everything that you accused him of, you were right. It's all true. - I don't care anymore. - Really? Because he's got a lab filled with poor people, and they're all signing waivers that they don't understand, and he's using them like guinea pigs, and they are dying. They are all dying. - You've seen that? - Yes. Come here. Why would I believe you? Because it's true. I believed in him, and I... I told myself that it was worth it because we were curing cancer, but now this is different. - Something else. - Go to the cops. I can't do that. I'm afraid of what will happen to my family. He's a very dangerous man, and he's a very powerful man... I know, I know how dangerous he is, because the very first time I interviewed him, just once, I lose my job the very next day. I lost my career, I lost my relationship, I lost my apartment, I lost everything I ever cared about. You know why? Carlton Drake mined me. Finished. Now, if you are who you say you are, genuinely, and you have proof, then you should be very, very, very afraid. I am. You need to find yourself another white knight, Ms. Skirth, because I am done. I am done with all of this shit. What shit? All of this "saving my fellow man" shit. All right? Good night. Eddie? Well, hey. Whoa. Anne, I was just walking by, and, uh... I saw Mr. Belvedere. I felt concerned for his welfare, so... Eddie... This is Dan. - Dan, this is Eddie. - Yeah. - Hey. - Hey, man. - Yeah. - Annie's told me a lot about you. - Really? - Yeah. I'm a big fan of your work. - Thank you. - Really? It's pretty cool, all the people that he took down. Yeah, I was one of them. Well, look, I'll let you guys catch up. - So I'll see you inside? - You're the best. - Really nice meeting you, man. - Uh, you, too. He has a key. You know he has a key? Yeah. How else would he get in? Yeah. Well, uh... So, uh, what you up to? You realize that's light-years away from being any of your business, right? Hey, well, just asking, you know. So, is Dan, uh, a lawyer? No, he's a doctor. - Surgeon, actually. - Oh. How's Mr. Belvedere, anyway? I would say that he misses you, but that would be bullshit, 'cause... - He's a cat. - No, because he never liked you. No, he's a cat, and cats don't like anyone. You look good, by the way. You doing good? What are you doing here, Eddie? I'm here 'cause I miss you. A lot. You know, we were gonna get married. That wasn't so long ago, and now, you know... I can't really believe that we're not... Are we gonna try and find our way back? No, we can't. You did this, Eddie. Not Carlton Drake, not the network. You. Uh, hello. This is Dr. Skirth. Yes, Eddie Brock here. Talk to me. Are you sure this is gonna work? Just stay down and shut up, please. 53.5, Win-909 RPM. Whew. DORA. Overpopulation and climate change. These are two things that Drake cannot control. Yeah, got it, right. We are literally a generation away from an uninhabitable Earth. - Uh, yeah. - Drake is using his personal rockets to scout real estate. You know, it's a really interesting story, but we need to just get to the part where he's killing people. Drake sent a ship on a recon mission. On the way back, they found a comet. A comet? Onboard computers indicated the presence of life, of millions of organisms. Wait, wait, wait, when you say "millions of organisms," -what do you mean? - We brought back some specimens. You're talking about aliens? Like, aliens? E.T. phone home. Aliens, yeah. Yes. But we don't call them that. - We call them Symbiotes. - Symbiotes? And they cannot survive in our environment without help. Drake believes that the union between human and Symbiote is the key to our survival, but not here on Earth. Drake is trying to put human beings and aliens together? So they can live in space? We call them hosts. That's nuts, isn't it? That's completely insane. Yes. There's no protocol for this thing. He's just feeding them in. If the match isn't exact... Elevators patrol check. Please, just go in. Don't touch anything. - I won't. I won't. - Go, go, go. I'll take care of him. Dr. Skirth. I thought you'd all gone home. Oh, yes. Well, you know what they say. Science never sleeps. - Eddie! It's me. Let me out! - Maria? Maria? - Please! Let me out! - I don't know how to get you... - Let me out. Out. - I don't know how. Oh, my God. Oh, God! Maria, no! Maria! Maria! No, Maria, no! There has been a security breach in Lab Sector 3. Oh, no. Maria? Maria! Oh, shit. Repeat, this is a Code Silver security breach. Freeze! Got eyes on! Go! Go! Go! Where the hell'd he go? - I'm not seeing him. - Fan out. - Find him. - Nothing. Nothing yet. Search Team 4, Search Team 4. Backtrack 200 feet east. This is Dora. Leave a message. Skirth, yeah, it's me. I just got back. Are you all right? I haven't heard from you, so I want to know if you're all right. But, yeah, that was a great call on the lab. You're absolutely right. Yeah. Listen. I got a... I got a guy. I'm gonna call him and, uh... Mmm. Oh... Oh, I got a bunch of photographs. He will publish those photographs, but I need you to come with me. Uh, could you just call me back? Call me back. Whoa. Yeah. Mmm. What is wrong with me? Eddie. HOW bad? It's bad. How bad? Well, we assume the intruder took it. Took it? Took it? We don't know what happened. I want to speak to every man who was on duty last night. - Already did, sir. - But I didn't. Get it out of my sight. - Carlton, you need to see this. - What now? His blood pressure's back to normal. Liver functions, too. I knew it. See, his body just needed time to adjust. I don't want to waste any more time. I want to up the tests. - Okay? - Yeah. Come on. You're fired. Find my Symbiote. Now! Jesus. Attention, passengers for Flight 2517 to San Francisco via Hong Kong. We will be boarding at gate 9 in 15 minutes. Please have your boarding passes... Suzy. Come on, over here. May I speak to Annie Weying, please? Can you tell her that it's an emergency? - Food. Who said that? No, I'm not talking to you. Can you please tell me where she is? Great. Thank you. Okay... Yes, Lana for two? - I'm sorry, sir? - Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah. - Sir? - Oh, yes. Oh, my God, Eddie. What are you doing here? - Annie... - No, no, no... No, I have to tell you something. - No, no, no. Please. - No, now. I have to. Work told me you were here. You're the only person that I trust. Are you drunk? Yeah. No, I broke into the Life Foundation. - Eddie, you did what? - Yeah, but I may... I think I may have been infected. He's burning up. You're really hot. Eddie, you look like you're in a bad way. I am. I am in a bad way. Eddie, Jesus! This is dead. Dead. Eddie, sit down. Okay, all right. Okay. - Hey, hey, Eddie, Eddie, Eddie. - Stop that. - Sir, sir, sir, I'm so sorry. - Eddie, quit it. Put it down. Eddie! Snap out of it! No. All right. It's no good. Bobby, are you all right? - Hey! - Whoa! Hey, hey, hey. I'm a doctor. I'm a doctor. I'm hot. Is anyone else hot? Are you hurt? - Sir, excuse me. - No! Shh! Wait, where are you going? Eddie? This is unacceptable. I'm gonna call the police. What are you doing? No, please don't. - No. - Eddie, please. Oh, my God. Ah. - Now I'm gonna call the police. - No, no. Please don't call the police. Here, call an ambulance. I'm a doctor. This man is my, um... Patient. Oh, it's much better. You are insane. - He's killing people. - Who's killing people? - Carlton Drake. - Oh, God, Eddie, -not this again. - Yes, he is. He is! And I have proof! Ugh. - Hey, Eddie... - Hmm? AOijum CwO ulZO Omm mumxmwmv Eddie. Eddie? Eddie, can you hear me? This is Dan speaking to you. Hey, Dan. - Welcome back. - Where am I? Uh, you're in the MRI. Okay, we've given you a little sedative. - Where is Anne? - Anne is not here right now. We're gonna run some tests, okay? It's gonna be completely painless. So, you know, just try to stay still. Uh, relax, and, um... Yeah, here we go. Eddie, What's happening in there? Eddie, you okay? Shut it down. Hey, hey, hey. You're okay. Yeah. Coming out. You all right? - Yeah. - Here, look at me, look at me. - You okay? - Yeah. All right. Just take a deep breath. Okay? You're okay. Yeah. Now, listen, you're not the first person to freak out in there. I get claustrophobic, too. Dr. Lewis? Oh, boy. Hey, Mrs. Mamet. How are you? Oh, I just saw Morris. And he's whining and complaining like an old baby again. - Oh, good. - Oh, thank you so much. Yeah, my pleasure. Okay, Mrs. Manfredi, we talked about the dog. Okay, love the dog. You can't have the dog. Sorry. Gemini. We're gonna get to the bottom of this. All right? That I can promise you. - But for now, go home, get some rest. - Uh-huh. I'll call you when your tests are in. - All right, thank you. - Okay? Yep. - Thank you, Dan. Thank you. - You got it. - Hello, Doctor. - Hi. Did you have the same reactions regardless of the temperature... Good afternoon, Dr. Skirth. The creature and the host are one. Everything was fine. So, why does the human continue to waste away? I don't know. We've given him enough liquid nutrition to feed an elephant. But the organism is unaffected? - The Symbiote is thriving. - Good. But once again, it's killing the host. It's consuming his organs. Oh, watch this. Whoa, whoa, what are you doing? You're hurting it. Stop it! Sounds in the 4,000 to 6,000 hertz range are very harmful for it. - Well, then don't make those sounds. - Okay. He was stabilizing. What happened? He's approaching acute liver failure. We're gonna need another host. Such poor design. - Excuse me? - Human beings. Sorry to interrupt. Thought you'd like some good news. I'm sorry. 622258 maze- zmol are- VENOM. Hungry! Oh, goddamn. I'm okay. Don't worry about me. Can I get through, please? Excuse me. Thank you. I'm just gonna stay here, all right? Until the cable car stops. We're good. All right. Thank you. Excuse me. Oh, hey, Anne. Eddie, hi. How you feeling? Oh, feeling... I'm sick. Well, Eddie, you have a parasite. They're not exactly sure how you got it, but it would explain the fever. That would make sense. Also, I'm hearing, uh, a voice. Auditory hallucinations are actually very common. Oh, hey, Dan. How you doing? I didn't realize that you were on the call, too. - Yeah, I'm here. - Mmm. Hey, Dan, would this parasite... Would it, like, be able to make me, I don't know... Like, climb a really, really, really tall tree, but super, super fast? Yes. We just did. DAN. Uh, well, Eddie, it sounds like it might be causing some metabolic abnormalities that are making it hard for your body to maintain homeostasis. You said "causing" and "body," and... I lost you. Listen, Eddie, um, we are gonna get you on some meds, and we are gonna Clear that out. - Yes. - Never gonna happen. Will you stop doing that now. Not now. - Eddie, we're just trying to help you. - I know. I know. I'm just, I'm not actually talking to you, Annie. Who are you talking to? I'm just gonna call you back, all right? Thank you. Thank you, Dan. Thank you. Thank you, both. Yeah? Hey, can you turn your music down, please? 'Cause I'm having a really hard time. Whatever. Yeah, sure, man. Yeah. - I'll just turn it tight down. Sony. - Thank you. Thank you. I was troubled by what we've been doing. I get it. I get it. We've all been troubled. It's the nature of what we do. But I need you to tell me who was here with you. I need that from you. I can't do that. We can't fix things unless we begin with your friend. The person who was here. Because they're gonna die. They're in grave danger. You know that, right? they're gonna die unless we bring them back here, where you can help to keep them alive. Hey. Dora. I promise, from here on in, we will do things differently. Will you trust me? Eddie Brock. - Eddie Brock? - Mmm-hmm. You were our best. Open it. No! No! No!No!No! VENOM. Do not open that door. Huh? Stay put. - Hey, Eddie. - Who the hell is this guy? I'm gonna need Mr. Drake's property back. Whoa. - What am you doing? - I'm, uh... I'm putting my hands up. VENOM. You are making us look bad. I... No, I am not. VENOM. Yes, you are. - No, I'm not. - Yes, you are! - No, I'm not. - Why would you do that? 'Cause it is a very sensible thing to do. - Eddie... - I will take care of this myself. - What? - Eddie, where's the bug? Take him down. I'm so sorry about your friends. - What is that? - Not "what. " Who. Oh. Shit. - Outstanding