When a desperate Doyle seeks out Moretti and confesses that he’s ready to kill himself, Moretti calls Doyle’s bluff and takes him to a bridge to try and convince Doyle to jump.
When Doyle awakes from a horrifying nightmare, he opens up to Moretti about his break up, but Moretti continues to interrupt him; fascinated that Doyle’s story includes Russian men.
After comparing injuries they both endured as children, Moretti gets Doyle to dream about something highly unrealistic only to criticize him for not being a good enough dreamer.
While driving, Moretti teaches Doyle how to be more like Jesus, but when he gets into a minor car accident, Moretti takes off committing a hit and run.
Doyle brings Moretti supplies while Moretti hides out in the woods from his ‘hit and run’, but when they cannot agree on which woman was involved in the accident, Doyle explodes.
At the car wash, Moretti explains to Doyle the importance of the Karate Kid Part Two, and how he could apply the movie to getting over his break up, but when Doyle disagrees, Moretti stops the car wash in an attempt to prove his point, while pissing off all of the cars behind him.
All Talk will begin streaming Jun 22, 2020.
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