In Tennessee in 1980, people gather in a church and sing. A young boy, Jonas Englin, tries to pull over a can of gasoline. His father, the preacher, goes back and helps the boy, assuring him that they’ll be in love together. The preacher ignites the gas and turns to Jonas, who has retreated out the door. The preacher calls to him to stay as the church members scream in agony...Read the full recap
(Gary using a foot massager)
Nina: Uh, Gary, you're supposed to take your shoes off.
Gary: No, no, I like it this way. It's all buzzy. Do you have one where I can lie down?
Gary: Get one. Give it to me.
Rachel: And remember, we've only been dating for two weeks.
Gary: Yeah, Rachel, I memorized the cover story. I'm a professional government agent.
Rachel: Yes, I know, Gary. Just please don't say that to anyone else, okay?
Gary: Rachel, did you get me the hummus? You promised me the leftover hummus.
Rachel: Bottom shelf, Gary.
Gary: Oh, ah. I like hummus. 'Cause it's all one color, and it's soft.
Gary: Rachel, uh... I always say what's on my mind. And you should learn from me. Yeah. You have to go, and you have to tell your father the truth. And then you have to keep telling him. You have to keep telling him the truth until he pays attention. Just like I do with Bill. Or like this, like I'm doing it with you now. Rachel, come on.You gotta--you gotta go and you got to tell him. And I wont stop talking to you until you do. Okay?